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English: Assassination attempt of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford by Sara Jane Moore. Location: San Francisco, CA. Description: Reaction of Secret Service agents, police, and bystanders approximately one second after Sara Jane Moore attempted to assassinate President Gerald R. Ford. 22 September 1975
Français : Gerald Ford, photo prise lors de la tentative d'assassinat du président par Sara Jane Moore à San Fransisco (22-09-1975).


Photographer: U.S. Secret Service Date: September 22, 1975 Credit: Courtesy Gerald R. Ford Library Rights Information: Public Domain (No usage fees, no permission required). Source:


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