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President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
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He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
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They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
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The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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As the President disembarked from his helicopter he was met by 320 children from the Mercy Convent, Galway dressed in green, white and orange ponchos. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
As the President disembarked from his helicopter he was met by 320 children from the Mercy Convent, Galway dressed in green, white and orange ponchos. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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The scene in Eyre Square, which was subsequently renamed Kennedy Park.
President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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The Presidential motorcade in Salthill before boarding helicopters from the car park. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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Our photographer Stan Shields was waved through the security cordon by Mr Kennedy so that he could get this shot. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
As the President disembarked from his helicopter he was met by 320 children from the Mercy Convent, Galway dressed in green, white and orange ponchos.
President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
The President was met by Galway veterans of the US Army. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
The scene in Eyre Square, which was subsequently renamed Kennedy Park. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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President Kennedy is greeted by Mayor Paddy Ryan and Rev Michael Browne, Bishop of Galway President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
The President was met by Galway veterans of the US Army.
President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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The Motorcade on Forster Street President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
<br />
The scene in Eyre Square, which was subsequently renamed Kennedy Park. President John F Kennedy visited Galway in June 1963, five months before his assassination. <br />
<br />
He landed in a helicopter at the Sportsground in College Road where he was greeted by Mayor of Galway, Paddy Ryan. <br />
<br />
They proceeded by motorcade to Eyre Square where the President made a speech and was conferred with the freedom of the City. <br />
<br />
The motorcade then went through the town to Salthill where the President was taken by helicopter from the car park beside Seapoint to Limerick.<br />
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The President is greeted by Alderman Fintan Coogan and other councillors before his address at Eyre Square
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