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WATCH: JFK funeral services

WATCH: JFK funeral services

50 YEARS LATER: Jacqueline Kennedy, widow of slain President John F. Kennedy, holds her children's hands outside St. Matthew's Cathedral in Washington, after funeral Mass for the president, Nov. 25, 1963. In front, from left: Caroline, Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy Jr. Behind them are the president's brothers, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), left, and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Photo: Associated Press

Courtesy of the JFK Library and Museum in Boston, Mass., this 44-minute video contains footage of Kennedy family members and processions to the Capitol Rotunda, the White House, Saint Matthews Roman Catholic Cathedral and Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Va.

Produced by: Naval Photographic Center, 1211-70. Photographed by: Thomas M. Atkins, Robert L. Knudsen. Provided courtesy of the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum

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