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 County: Dallas County, TX
 Collection: John F. Kennedy, Dallas Police Department Collection
[Affidavit by Frank P. Hernandez]

[Affidavit by Frank P. Hernandez]

Date: December 16, 1963
Creator: Schultz, Patricia R.
Description: Affidavit of Frank P. Hernandez, concerning research on James L. Alcock.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Grant Lappin]

[Affidavit by Grant Lappin]

Date: November 23, 1976
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Affidavit by Grant Lappin which states that he has presented a "true and exact copy of the original personnel jacket of Officer J. D. Tippit."
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by H. W. Hill #1]

[Affidavit by H. W. Hill #1]

Date: October 15, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Statement made by H. W. Hill. Hill states that an agent of the FBI came to the property room and stated that the Minox Camera which appeared on an invoice sheet was not received by the FBI.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by H. W. Hill #2]

[Affidavit by H. W. Hill #2]

Date: October 15, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Carbon copy of an affidavit made by H. W. Hill. Hill states that an agent of the FBI came to the property room and stated that the Minox Camera which appeared on an invoice sheet was not received by the FBI.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #1]

[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #1]

Date: 1963-11~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty. Dougherty states that he has worked at the Texas School Book Depository since 1952. On the day that the president was assassinated, Dougherty worked on the sixth floor until noon, at which point he went downstairs to eat lunch. He heard shots from the fifth floor which sounded like they were coming from inside the building. He saw Lee Harvey Oswald on the sixth floor before he ate lunch, but not afterward.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #2]

[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #2]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Collins, Patsy
Description: Affidavit In Any Fact by Jack E. Dougherty, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository. Dougherty states that he was working on the sixth floor when he heard a gunshot. Shortly before noon he states that he saw Lee Harvey Oswald, another employee, on the sixth floor.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #3]

[Affidavit by Jack E. Dougherty #3]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Collins, Patsy
Description: Affidavit In Any Fact by Jack E. Dougherty, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository. Dougherty states that he was working on the sixth floor when he heard a gunshot. Shortly before noon he states that he saw Lee Harvey Oswald, another employee, on the sixth floor.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Joe Rodriquez Molina, November 23, 1963]

[Affidavit by Joe Rodriquez Molina, November 23, 1963]

Date: November 23, 1963
Creator: Molina, Joe Rodriguez
Description: Affidavit in Any Fact by Joe Rodriguez Molina, employee of the Texas Schoolbook Depository Building.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #1]

[Affidavit by Johnny Calvin Brewer #1]

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 #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