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An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed (Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

John F. Kennedy assassination edition of Newsday

See how John F. Kennedy's assassination was reported in the Nov. 22, 1963 special edition of Newsday.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

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An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed
(Credit: Newsday)

An eight-page extra edition of Newsday was distributed without charge as a public service on Nov. 22, 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.

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