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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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Above: Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey, Commander of the 8th Air Force and radar target debris presented to the Press.
(Photograph by James Bond Johnson)

Above: 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).

Above: Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey and Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas J. DuBose.
(Photograph by James Bond Johnson).

Above: Major Jesse A. Marcel with debris on the floor of Brigadier General Ramey's office.
(Photograph by unknown photographer).

Above: Major Jesse A. Marcel with debris on the floor of Brigadier General Ramey's office.
(Photograph by unknown photographer).

Above: Warrant Officer Irving Newton identifies the debris.
(Photograph by unknown photographer).

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