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 Collection: John F. Kennedy Memorial Collection
[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #2]

[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #2]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit of Johnny Calvin Brewer. Brewer stated that he heard on the radio that the president had been shot. Soon after, he saw a man who matched the description of the assailant and followed him to the Texas Theater. The man looked scared and nervous. Brewer asked that the police be called and the suspect was taken away.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #3]

[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #3]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Photocopy of an affidavit given by Johnny Calvin Brewer. Brewer stated that he heard on the radio that the president had been shot. Soon after he saw a man who matched the description of the assailant and followed him to the Texas Theater. The man looked scared and nervous. Brewer asked that the police be called and the suspect was taken away.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by M. L. Baker]

[Affidavit by M. L. Baker]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by M. L. Baker. Baker was a motorcycle escort for President Kennedy. He heard three shots and, realizing they were rifle shots, tried to figure out where they came from. Upon finding the building, he entered and was escorted by the building manager to the stairs.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Mary Rattan]

[Affidavit by Mary Rattan]

Date: June 23, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Affidavit given by Mary Rattan. Rattan gives information regarding hulls which belonged to members of the police force.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Mary Rattan #1]

[Affidavit by Mary Rattan #1]

Date: May 7, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Affidavit given by Mary Rattan. Rattan states that C. N. Dhority called to her attention that he was the one who brought her three hulls, at which point she scratched her name on the shells.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Mary Rattan #2]

[Affidavit by Mary Rattan #2]

Date: May 7, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Affidavit given by Mary Rattan. Rattan states that C. N. Dhority called to her attention that he was the one who brought her three hulls, at which point she scratched her name on the shells.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Ruth Paine]

[Affidavit by Ruth Paine]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by Ruth Paine. Paine states that she and her husband are separated and that Marina Oswald stays with her in her home. Lee Harvey Oswald, who found work at the Texas School Book Depository, is said to have spent some weekends with his wife. The weekend before the assassination of President Kennedy, however, Lee did not visit his wife.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Sergio Arcacha Smith]

[Affidavit by Sergio Arcacha Smith]

Date: May 22, 1967
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Affidavit of Sergio Arcacha Smith, concerning a request for questioning by New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Seymour Weitzman]

[Affidavit by Seymour Weitzman]

Date: 1963-11~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten statement by Buell Wesley Frazier, age 19, who worked at the Texas School Book Depository. Frazier writes that Lee Harvey Oswald worked at the Texas School Book Depository, as did he. Frazier was in the habit of driving Oswald home with him on weekends, and noted that Oswald's wife lived with Ruth Paine. On the week that the president was shot, Oswald asked to go home with him on a Thursday evening, claiming that he needed to put up curtain rods. On Friday morning, Frazier noticed that Oswald put a long package in the back of his car. When asked what the package was, Oswald answered: "Curtains." Frazier did not see Lee Harvey Oswald after 11 am that day.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by T. F. Bowley #1]

[Affidavit by T. F. Bowley #1]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by T. F. Bowley. Bowley states that a police officer had been shot as he drove to pick up his wife from work. He got out of his car and tried to help the officer, who seemed to be beyond help. Bowley used the squad car's radio to report the incident.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives