Original photograph of crowds waving to Robert Kennedy along the campaign route in June 1968

New York: LIFE Magazine, 1968. Vintage double-weight photograph of crowds along the campaign route waving to Robert Kennedy in June 1968. Kennedy would be assassinated on June 5, 1968 during his address to his supporters at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, after his win had been announced in the California primary on June 4.

Photographer Bill Eppridge worked as a photojournalist for Life magazine throughout the 1960s, until the magazine sealed in 1972. His images serve as a chronicle of the key moments of that period, from the Vietnam War to Woodstock Festival to the Civil Rights Movement.

10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.


[Book #156693]