In addition to this public program, Mr. Daniel recorded a videotaped oral history on February 11, 1997, and participated in a group interview with other Dealey Plaza eyewitnesses on November 22, 1996.
The Museum's 2008 "Eyewitness to History" series was an opportunity for the amateur filmmakers who captured home movies of President Kennedy's visit to Dallas to share their stories with the public. Between February and June 2008, five filmmakers participated in this unique series, which coincided with the special seventh floor exhibition, Filming Kennedy: Home Movies from Dallas (November 2007 - October 2008). - Stephen Fagin, Associate Curator
Jack's short film of the Kennedy motorcade came to the attention of the House Select Committee on Assassinations in late 1978 after one of his sons told a Denver Post reporter about it and word eventually got to the Committee. Since the film surfaced so late during the investigation, the HSCA recommended that the FBI should examine it. It's not clear what, if anything, was done. The film, made from west of the triple underpass outside Dealey Plaza, begins about 15 seconds after the shooting ended so it shows nothing of the assassination. - Gary Mack, Curator