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 Collection: John F. Kennedy, Dallas Police Department Collection
[Affidavit In Any Fact by James Richard Worrell, Jr. #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by James Richard Worrell, Jr. concerning seeing a rifle in the window of the Texas School Book Depository. Worrell describes watching the motorcade drive by and hearing gunshots. He noticed a gun in the window of the Depository building and watched it fire another shot. He states that he ran about 100 yards from the building and looked back to see a man exit the building and run the opposite direction. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338645/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Johnny Calvin Brewer]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Johnny Calvin Brewer, regarding witnessing the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Brewer states that he was working at Hardy's Shoe Store when a scared looking man entered the lobby. The man left, and he followed him into the Texas Theater where the police eventually came to arrest him. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338938/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Julia Postal #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Julia Postal, a witness to the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Postal states that she worked at the Texas Theater and saw a man duck inside as a police car drove by. She suspected he was running from them, so she called the police who came to the theater and arrested the man. She later learned that he was Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338516/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Julia Postal #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Julia Postal, a witness to the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Postal states that she worked at the Texas Theater and saw a man duck inside as a police car drove by. She suspected he was running from them, so she called the police who came to the theater and arrested the man. She later learned that he was Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337567/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by Kenneth Hudson Croy]
Affidavit in any fact by Kenneth Hudson Croy, who describes his duties and witness to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340401/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Kenneth Hudson Croy]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Kenneth H. Croy concerning his duties and witness to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. Croy describes the events of the morning of November 24, 1963 and his assignments. He states that he was positioned at the foot of the ramp in the basement of City Hall observing the reporters. He describes seeing a man run into the crowd and shoot Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340065/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Lee E. Bowers]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Lee E. Bowers, regarding unusual activity in a railroad yard prior to the President's assassination. Bowers states that he watched multiple cars engage in suspicious activity by a street that dead ended at the railroad yard near North Tower Union Terminal Company, where he worked. About 10 minutes after he saw the last car leave he heard gunshots. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337340/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Linnie Mae Randle #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Linnie Mae Randle regarding Wesley Frazier's relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald. Randle states that Frazier is her brother and they live together, and that he works at the Texas School Book Depository. Oswald carpooled with Frazier on Mondays and Fridays. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338161/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Linnie Mae Randle #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Linnie Mae Randle regarding Wesley Frazier's relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald. Randle states that Frazier is her brother and they live together, and that he works at the Texas School Book Depository. Oswald carpooled with Frazier on Mondays and Fridays. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338983/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by M. L. Baker]
Affidavit In Any Fact by M. L. Baker, a patrolman for the Dallas Police Department. Baker states that he was on a motorcycle in the escort for the President. He heard three rifle shots after the motorcade had turned a corner ahead of him, and proceeded to enter the Texas School Book Depository to search for the source of the shots. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338524/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Marina Oswald #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Marina Oswald, the wife of Lee Harvey Oswald. She describes their time spent in America after moving from Russia. She also mentions her knowledge about Oswald's rifle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338563/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Marina Oswald #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Marina Oswald, the wife of Lee Harvey Oswald. She describes their time spent in America after moving from Russia. She also mentions her knowledge about Oswald's rifle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337387/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Mary E. Bledsoe]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Mary E. Bledsoe, identifying Lee Harvey Oswald as a passenger on a bus. She states that she saw him board the bus after the President had been shot, and exit after a few blocks. She confirms his identity and reveals that he lived in her home from October 7, 1963 to October 14, 1963. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339150/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Michael Paine #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Michael Ralph Paine regarding his friendship with Lee Harvey Oswald. Paine describes noticing a pipe-like object that Oswald owned. He states that when he heard of the assassination he immediately wondered if Oswald was involved. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340532/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Michael Paine #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Michael Ralph Paine regarding his friendship with Lee Harvey Oswald. Paine describes noticing a pipe-like object that Oswald owned. He states that when he heard of the assassination he immediately wondered if Oswald was involved. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337344/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Mrs. R. A. Reid #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Mrs. R. A. Reid, an employee at the Texas School Book Depository. She describes watching the motorcade go by outside and hearing three shots that sounded like they came from the Depository building. After returning inside she saw Lee Harvey Oswald and told him the President was shot, and he mumbled in reply. She then saw him leave the back office near the lunch room. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339905/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Mrs. R. A. Reid #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Mrs. R. A. Reid, an employee at the Texas School Book Depository. She describes watching the motorcade go by outside and hearing three shots that sounded like they came from the Depository building. After returning inside she saw Lee Harvey Oswald and told him the President was shot, and he mumbled in reply. She then saw him leave the back office near the lunch room. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340304/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by N. J. Daniels]
Affidavit In Any Fact by N. J. Daniels concerning a man entering City Hall from the Main Street ramp. Daniels states that for a moment the ramp was left unguarded and he noticed a white male, approximately fifty years of age, enter the basement from the ramp without being approached by an officer. Daniels also states that he knows an officer who was nearby, Officer Vaughn, saw the man entering the basement but did not stop him or say anything to him. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337756/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by N. J. Daniels]
Affidavit in any fact by N. J. Daniels concerning his observations during the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. Daniels describes witnessing a man enter City Hall from the Main Street ramp. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338761/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Roy S. Truly #1]
Affidavit given by Roy S. Truly, superintendent of the Texas School Book Depository. Truly states that Oswald was a temporary employee and that he saw him briefly in the lunch room following the shots on November 22nd, after which he went missing. An officer entered the building and Roy Truly assisted him in searching the facility. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338979/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Roy S. Truly #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Roy S. Truly, the Superintendent of the Texas School Book Depository. Truly describes walking an officer through the building after the shots were fired, and states that they saw Lee Harvey Oswald in the lunch room area. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340660/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Roy S. Truly #3]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Roy S. Truly, the Superintendent of the Texas School Book Depository. Truly describes walking an officer through the building after the shots were fired, and states that they saw Lee Harvey Oswald in the lunch room area. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337419/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Ruth Hyde Paine #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Ruth Hyde Paine. She describes her relationship with Marina Oswald and how they came to live together. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337794/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Ruth Hyde Paine #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Ruth Hyde Paine. She describes her relationship with Marina Oswald and how they came to live together. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340431/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Sam Guinyard #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Sam Guinyard who witnessed a person running with a pistol in hand. Guinyard states that he saw the man near Patton Street and 10th Street, and then saw a policeman lying in the street. He later identified the man in a police lineup. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337752/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Sam Guinyard #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Sam Guinyard who witnessed a person running with a pistol in hand. Guinyard states that he saw the man near Patton Street and 10th Street, and then saw a policeman lying in the street. He later identified the man in a police lineup. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339344/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by Seth Kantor]
Affidavit in any fact of Seth Kantor, typed by Frances Bock. Kantor's statement concerns a conversation with Jack Ruby at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963, and additional information about his assignment on November 24, 1963. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340535/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Seth Kantor]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Seth Kantor, regarding a conversation with Jack Ruby at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963. Kantor describes the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald and states that he knew Jack Ruby but did not see him prior to the shooting. He also states that when he saw Ruby at Parkland Hospital he seemed very upset. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339044/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Seymour Weitzman #1]
Handwritten affidavit by Seymour Weitzman. Weitzman states that he was standing on the corner of Main and Houston as the President passed. When shots were heard, he and his partner investigated the Texas Building. Captain Fritz soon arrived and ordered that the sixth floor be sealed off. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338815/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Seymour Weitzman #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Seymour Weitzman concerning the initial search of the Texas School Book Depository and locating a gun on the sixth floor. Weitzman states that he helped search the floors of the building with the police, and in doing so discovered a rifle between boxes on the stairway. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339270/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Seymour Weitzman #3]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Seymour Weitzman concerning the initial search of the Texas School Book Depository and locating a gun on the sixth floor. Weitzman states that he helped search the floors of the building with the police, and in doing so discovered a rifle between boxes on the stairway. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339346/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by T. F. Bowley]
Affidavit In Any Fact by T. F. Bowley concerning rendering aid to Police Officer J. D. Tippit. He states that he was driving down 10th Street when he came upon a wounded police officer lying next to a squad car. He proceeded to contact a dispatcher through the police radio. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340538/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Ted Callaway]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Ted Callaway, regarding being a witness to the Officer J. D. Tippit crime scene. He states that he saw a person with a pistol in hand running from the crime scene where Officer Tippit was lying in the street. He then got in a cab and chased the man but could not find him; he later identified him in a police lineup. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339021/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by V. S. Smart]
Handwritten affidavit by V. S. Swain, concerning officer's position at the time of the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337989/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by V. S. Smart #1]
Affidavit in Any Fact handwritten by V. S. Smart, concerning officer's position at the time of the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337687/
[Affidavit in Any Fact by V. S. Smart #2]
Affidavit in Any Fact handwritten by V. S. Smart, concerning officer's position at the time of the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339085/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Virginia Davis]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Virginia Davis regarding the murder of Officer J. D. Tippit. Davis states that she was with her sister-in-law Barbara Jeanette Davis at the time and heard gunshots while inside her apartment. She went outside to see a man unloading his gun in her yard. Police Officer J. D. Tippit had been shot and was lying in the street. Davis found an empty shell in her yard, and later identified the man she saw in her yard in a police lineup. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338473/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by W. W. Scoggins #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by W. W. Scoggins, a witness to the murder of Officer J. D. Tippit. He describes watching a police officer approach a man on Tenth Street. He heard gunshots and the officer fell to the ground, and the other man ran down the street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338080/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by W. W. Scoggins #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by W. W. Scoggins, a witness to the murder of Officer J. D. Tippit. He describes watching a police officer approach a man on Tenth Street. He heard gunshots and the officer fell to the ground, and the other man ran down the street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338776/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Warren Allen Reynolds]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Warren Allen Reynolds. Reynolds states that he was working at a car lot on November 22, 1963 and heard a gunshot shortly after noon. He saw a man running towards Jefferson Street from Tenth Street, who he later learned was Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338478/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Warren Allen Reynolds, March 16, 1964 #1]
Statement by Warren Allen Reynolds concerning a man, identified by the author as Lee Harvey Oswald, running up Jefferson Street from Tenth Street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth190257/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Warren Allen Reynolds, March 16, 1964 #2]
Statement by Warren Allen Reynolds concerning a man, identified by the author as Lee Harvey Oswald, running up Jefferson Street from Tenth Street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth190258/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Wilburn Waldon Litchfield]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Wilburn Waldon Litchfield, regarding the possibility of seeing Lee Harvey Oswald at the Carousel Club. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339135/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository and supervisor of Lee Harvey Oswald. Shelley states that he had worked closely with Oswald since October. After the assassination, he could not find Oswald anywhere in the building and did not see him again until he was brought to the Homicide Bureau. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339642/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository and supervisor of Lee Harvey Oswald. Shelley describes hearing gunshots as he watched the motorcade drive by. He ran into another employee, Gloria Calvery, then went inside the Depository building and stopped the elevator. He then went up to the other floors with the police. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337377/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository and supervisor of Lee Harvey Oswald. Shelley states that he had worked closely with Oswald since October. After the assassination, he could not find Oswald anywhere in the building and did not see him again until he was brought to the Homicide Bureau. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338312/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William H. Shelley, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository and supervisor of Lee Harvey Oswald. Shelley describes hearing gunshots as he watched the motorcade drive by. He ran into another employee, Gloria Calvery, then went inside the Depository building and stopped the elevator. He then went up to the other floors with the police. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338681/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William Wayne Whaley #1]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William Wayne Whaley, a cab driver. He describes picking up a young man around 12:30 pm and taking him from a Greyhound Bus Station to the 500 Block of North Beckley. He later identified the man in a line up and discovered he was Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth338210/
[Affidavit In Any Fact by William Wayne Whaley #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by William Wayne Whaley, a cab driver. He describes picking up a young man around 12:30 pm and taking him from a Greyhound Bus Station to the 500 Block of North Beckley. He later identified the man in a line up and discovered he was Lee Harvey Oswald. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339843/
[Affidavit In Any Fact - Gladys Shastid, #1]
Statement by Gladys Shastid concerning a threat against President Kennedy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth190252/