[Memorandum concerning statements made by Virgie Mae Rackley] Page: 1 of 2
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City of Dallas
To XIu.ptain W. h. Gannaway ijovesaber 23* 1963
Subject?**#-* }4ao R^ol'-Le/, K/F/18
405 iiood St., Ferric, Texas
Telephone number 544 - 3£27
Employee of: Texas Schoolbook
At 12:00 noon tide date we interviewed the bUBJhC'f who has been an employee of
the Texas Schoolbook Depository for six. months a: xt works in the book keeping
department for Joe H^lina.
The SeliJi CT states she does not know, Lee Harve Oswald, and has never see:.
hii.. Che stated that when she saw Oswald on TV and pictures of bin in the
paper she did not recognise hii;i as an employee of the building where she works.
During the interview we asked her if she h d any suspicions of any of the
employees she worked, with• She stated,"no". After a few oucionts she state. ,
" it &ay sound s.11; ane J shouldn11 say anytidny at all, but <v boss, Joe
1 old Ik., h,x haci a nui-.lier of strange telephone conversations. 1 never hove
listened to tiie conversations, but recently I heard JidLm say something about
he was going to help saaoone ' do it 1. I shouldn't suspicion Joe becaUJe
he is i. very religious man and a vert;* fine i\ •"
Ibverdber 22, 1963, at 12 :X noon, Joe holi;ia ate lunch wit:, the eld. J CT and
two other employees of their department* This was an unusual occurrence, he
usually ate lunch by niiaself after 12:3 i • .or l:OJ P.; • after lunch on
the 22nd Molina. went out side ana steed on the steps to the entrance of the
buiiciL-g with a hr. ;dllians,fnu, of the department. --.fter the shoe-tin; Joe
I'fOlina was not seen again by t>:t bbd J CT. She stated that dr. ,dlliai.:s and
Molina are very close friends.
Vie asked the JT if someone tried to recruit her for scrae ort-?aid^-.t lo ,
what would she do. one stated, Hi definitely would not join", -,-,e then asked
her, if the Police asned her to ye along what would she do. She stated, ,f 1
would do anyt in I could do to help".
The a IL J: CT stated the ordy employee that she knew of who did na-t watch the
parade *was a rs. )dnos,fnu. rs f lines volunteered to answer the telephone
and was tiu onl;; e. p_oyeo .mown to tn.c-- h-dnJ 0? to be in the building at the
o ahC" snootin^,
lies p. ct fully subritx-eci,
T, 0. Irotrian, atrolr an
dA -d xH-A ("'(]?< -
I. ., -.-noiton, Patrols .an
vice . eet-.oa
iipeci&i ' ervn.ee nureau
^ ««««# fhe people of Dallas
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Trotman, T. O. [Memorandum concerning statements made by Virgie Mae Rackley], legal document, November 23, 1963; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337787/m1/1/?q=Book%20Depository%20Employee: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Municipal Archives.