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Roswell 1947 - Photographs

The 1947 Press conference photographs:

Late in the afternoon of July 8, reporter James Bond Johnson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram was instructed to drive to the Army Air Field of Fort Worth by his editor, who told him a flying saucer is coming from Roswell. A couple of hours before the press conference, James B. Johnson takes four photographs, two showing Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey alone, two showing Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey and Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas J. DuBose. A few other reporters and photographers took at least three other pictures, two showing Major Jesse A. Marcel and one showing warrant officer Irving Newton. The press conference itself took take a few hours later.

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Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey,
Commander of the 8th Air Force and radar target debris presented to the Press.

(Photograph by James Bond Johnson)

General Roger M. Ramey
and Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas J. DuBose.

In his left hand, Brigadier General Ramey holds a paper which became the object of intense scrutiny recently.

(Photograph by James Bond Johnson).

Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey
and Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas J. DuBose.

(Photograph by James Bond Johnson).

Major Jesse A. Marcel with debris
on the floor of Brigadier General Ramey's office.

(Photograph by unknown photographer).

Major Jesse A. Marcel with debris
on the floor of Brigadier General Ramey's office.

(Photograph by unknown photographer).

Warrant Officer Irving Newton
identifies the debris.

(Photograph by unknown photographer).

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