President Lyndon B. Johnson leaves the House of Representatives chamber in the U.S. after first address to Congress
Washington DC USA Date:1963, November 27 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson takes new responsibilities as the President in an atmosphere of grief in the U.S, following the assassination death of President John F. Kennedy. Elevated sweeping view of city of San Francisco, with a flag at half staff in the foreground and bridge, bay, and mountains in the background. Flags waving at half mast on the grounds of the Washington Monument in Washington DC. U.S. flag at half staff over the Supreme Court. View inside the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol. The House of Representatives members stand and applaud for President Johnson as he leaves the chamber following his November 27, 1963 address to Congress. Citizens of the United States descending the stairs of the U.S. Capitol, after viewing the coffin of President Kennedy lying in state.
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