By Joe Young, Indianapolis News, 1960 - Indianapolis News photographer Joe Young peeked through stage curtains set up at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum on Oct. 4, 1960, to capture a different angle of presidential candidate John F. Kennedy. Young used a 140-degree 120 film Panon camera for the wide-angle shot. The following month, Kennedy defeated Vice President Richard M. Nixon by fewer than 115,000 popular votes and at 43 became the first president born in the 1900s. He served two years and 10 months as chief executive before he was assassinated Nov. 22, 1963. Young used a chair to climb up on the stage behind a curtain with his Panon camera on a tripod. He hung on a narrow ledge behind the curtain. There were no Secret Service agents in the area.

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