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This Week in History for June 28

By Staff | Jun 27, 2020
“Old Glory” frames the U.S. Capitol, the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial as fireworks burst overhead during the finale of the celebration in Washington Sunday, July 4, 1976. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)
President John F. Kennedy and Pope Paul VI chat during the Pontiff's private audience with the American chief executive at the Vatican July 2, 1963. The pope and the first Roman Catholic American president met for 40 minutes. (AP Photo)
Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter rests in a chair prior to addressing a fundraising gathering at a Washington hotel, June 30, 1976. Carter left the nation's capital bound for Texas following the affair. (AP Photo/Charles Harrity)
Jazz guitarist B.B. King performs before an enthusiastic audience, Friday, June 28, 1986 at Avery Fisher Hall in New York. In addition to playing the guitar, King Sang, most often meandering blues like ìAinít Nobody Home.î (AP Photo/Rick Maiman)


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