Newly Found Photos of JFK on Midwest Train Tour Unearthed In Woman's Garage
Never-before-seen photos of President John F. Kennedy surfaced more than 50 years after they were taken. The Michigan History Project says the widow of Doug Fulton, a photographer for Ann Arbor News, had them in her Arizona garage since they 1980s. They were taken right after the president made his famous Peace Corps in October of 1960. After he left the University of Michigan he went on a whistle stop tour, passing through towns in Michigan making speeches from the back of the train.