[Supplement by L. C. Graves #4]

[Supplement by L. C. Graves #4]

Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Supplement written by L. C. Graves. Graves contacted Mr. Thomas Murphy, who worked at the Union Terminal and walked down the railroad tracks to see the parade. Murphy was unaware that the shooting was occurring.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Supplement by L. C. Graves #1]

[Supplement by L. C. Graves #1]

Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Supplement written by L. C. Graves. Graves contacted Mr. Thomas Murphy, who worked at the Union Terminal and walked down the railroad tracks to see the parade. Murphy was unaware that the shooting was occurring.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Supplement by L. C. Graves #3]

[Supplement by L. C. Graves #3]

Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Supplement written by L. C. Graves. Graves contacted Mr. Thomas Murphy, who worked at the Union Terminal and walked down the railroad tracks to see the parade. Murphy was unaware that the shooting was occurring.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Supplement by L. C. Graves #5]

[Supplement by L. C. Graves #5]

Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Supplement written by L. C. Graves. Graves contacted Mr. Thomas Murphy, who worked at the Union Terminal and walked down the railroad tracks to see the parade. Murphy was unaware that the shooting was occurring.
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 Danny Garcia Arce]

[Affidavit by Danny Garcia Arce]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by Danny Garcia Arce, an employee at the Texas Book Depository. Danny worked on the sixth floor on the morning of the 22nd, but went down on the street at lunchtime to watch the parade. He heard three shots and a woman screamed that the president had been shot. Earlier in the day he had seen an old man in a brown suit leave the building and drive off in a black Buick. At 8:00 AM he had seen Lee Harvey Oswald on the first floor of the building. He identified Lee Harvey Oswald as he was brought into the Homicide Bureau.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by V. J. Brian, April 10, 1964 #2]

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by V. J. Brian, April 10, 1964 #2]

Date: April 10, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Report by V. J. Brian regarding attempts made by an unknown white male to photograph Bill Lovelady, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Supplement by L. C. Graves #2]

[Supplement by L. C. Graves #2]

Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Supplement written by L. C. Graves. Graves contacted Mr. Thomas Murphy, who worked at the Union Terminal and walked down the railroad tracks to see the parade. Murphy was unaware that the shooting was occurring.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit by Billy Nolan Lovelady #1]

[Affidavit by Billy Nolan Lovelady #1]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by Billy Nolan Lovelady. Lovelady was working on the sixth floor on the morning of November 22nd. When the President's car passed by, he and Shelly were standing outside the building. The car was about fifty yards away when shots were heard. Lovelady went back inside the building and escorted some police officers inside. He did not see anyone in the building who was not supposed to be there.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Affidavit In Any Fact by Bonnie Ray Williams #2]

[Affidavit In Any Fact by Bonnie Ray Williams #2]

Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Description: Handwritten affidavit by Bonnie Ray Williams, an employee at the Texas School Book Depository, who worked on the sixth floor on November 22nd. At lunchtime Williams went to the fifth floor with a man named Hank where they saw the President pass and heard two shots, which sounded as though they came from just above them. Williams saw Lee Harvey Oswald when she arrived at the building at 8 AM and recognized him when he was brought into the Homicide Bureau.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives