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Author: Paul Fusco; Edward M Kennedy; Vicki Goldberg; Norman Mailer; Evan Thomas
Publisher: New York : Aperture : D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers [distributor], 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Aperture edView all editions and formats
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"It has been forty years since the murder of Robert Kennedy. For those too young to remember the summer of 1968, it is difficult to convey the shock and despair that followed that event. Famed photographer Paul Fusco was on the funeral train as it went from New York to Washington D.C. His photos of the people lining the tracks to say goodbye are a reflection of their raw emotions and the diversity of Kennedy's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Named Person: Robert F Kennedy; Paul Fusco; Paul Fusco; Robert F Kennedy
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Fusco; Edward M Kennedy; Vicki Goldberg; Norman Mailer; Evan Thomas
ISBN: 9781597110792 1597110795
OCLC Number: 216938912
Notes: LC copy 1 autographed by Fusco, 2008.
Description: 223 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 x 31 cm.
Other Titles: Robert F. Kennedy
Responsibility: Paul Fusco ; tributes by Edward M. Kennedy ; essays by Vicki Goldberg, Norman Mailer, and Evan Thomas.

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"It has been forty years since the murder of Robert Kennedy. For those too young to remember the summer of 1968, it is difficult to convey the shock and despair that followed that event. Famed photographer Paul Fusco was on the funeral train as it went from New York to Washington D.C. His photos of the people lining the tracks to say goodbye are a reflection of their raw emotions and the diversity of Kennedy's supporters. The book begins with short essays by Norman Mailer and Evan Thomas and a reprint of the eulogy delivered at the funeral by Edward Kennedy. Oversize: 12x10". Annotation 2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)"

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