Texas Governor John Connally adjusts his tie (foreground) as President and Mrs. Kennedy, in a pink outfit, settled in rear seats, prepared for motorcade into Dallas from the airport, Nov. 22, 1963. | Corbis

JFK: Little-Known Facts About That Day in Dallas

Fifty years separate us from that dark day in Dallas, and we're still learning more about what happened.

November 22, 2013
7:20 AM EST
Sen. J. William Fulbright warned Kennedy against a trip to Dallas. | Corbis Images
Kennedy's limousine continued to serve president until the Ford administration. | Wikimedia Commons
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy appears beside the president on their arrival in Dallas. | Wikimedia Commons
A mugshot taken of a young Lee Harvey Oswald | U.S. National Archives
Lee Harvey Oswald with rifle and holding Marxist newspapers, taken in Oswald's back yard, Neely Street, Dallas, Texas in March 1963. | Wikipedia Commons
Newspapers announce the assassination of President Kennedy and the swearing-in of President Johnson. | Corbis Images
Walter Cronkite appears on television to announce the assassination of President John F. Kennedy | Getty Images
Johnson prepared a short statement during the flight from Dallas to Washington, D.C. | U.S. National Archives
Nelli Connally was the last surviving member to ride in the limousine with Kennedy on that fateful day. | Wikimedia Commons