New footage of President John F. Kennedy's last night alive has been released by the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas, which chronicles his assassination. The film sat in a chest of drawers in Roy Botello's San Antonio home for decades before the 88-year-old donated it to the museum last year, ABC News reports.

The silent home movie shows the President and First Lady at an event for the League of the United Latin American Citizens at Houston's Rice Hotel on November 21, 1963. It's one of only two known videos taken on the night before Kennedy was killed in Dallas.

Roy Botello Film [JFK.org]
JFK's Last Night Alive Caught On Tape [ABC News]