Inside the exhibit: Dr. Giesecke's coat

On display in the exhibit is the coat, hat, and gloves worn on November 22, 1963 by Dr. Adolph H. "Buddy" Giesecke Jr., who was a doctor at Parkland Hospital and treated both President Kennedy and Gov. Connally.

The coat was obtained from Giesecke's family, and according to his son, Dr. Giesecke placed an EKG on President Kennedy in the emergency room. He noted the President was unresponsive and knew he would not survive. He then went to another emergency room to treat Gov. Connally.

Over the years, Dr. Giesecke received letters from around the world from both the curious and conspiracy buffs, asking him questions about his memories of that day.