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Ward Warren Film

Object Number: 2010.004.0001
Category: Films
Photographer: William Ward Warren
Type of Object: Film, 8mm
Dimensions: Gauge: 8mm; Camera Speed: 16 fps
Medium: Film
Description
Original 8mm color home movie filmed by local high school student Ward Warren. He captured footage of Air Force One and Air Force Two arriving at Love Field, and the Kennedys, Johnsons and Connallys speaking with the crowd along the fenceline, as well as footage of the January 1, 1964 Cotton Bowl parade and excerpts of the game (not included here).

The video attached to this record is an excerpt. The entire film is available in our Reading Room to on-site researchers or by submitting a Rights & Reproductions Request Form.
Curator's Notes

William Ward Warren recorded an oral history with The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza on January 22, 2010. - Stephen Fagin, Associate Curator

Ward Warren’s film is one of the few Love Field home movies I’ve seen that shows Vice President Lyndon Johnson.  Johnson, of course, always traveled separately from the president for security reasons and was waiting for him at Love Field when Kennedy stepped off the plane.  But very few people with cameras paid him any attention, perhaps because he was a Texan who often appeared around the state and on local TV. - Gary Mack, Curator

All requests for permission to reproduce, publish or broadcast materials in this collection must be submitted to the Museum's registrar, using the Rights & Reproductions Request Form. Inquiries may be sent to registrar@jfk.org.