[Report by B. L. Senkel, concerning an interview with Avery Davis] Page: 1 of 2
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Kra* ravis Hires at 90? ' '■■■estmount. She is an employee at the Texas
School Book repository Building. She has worked for the Scott Fore ansa n Co,
for a> out five months, ' This is on the fourth floor of the Texas School Book
Pep© sitory Building.
Mrs# Davia stated she cause to work at 8s30 am on November 22, 1963. She
stayed in. her office on the fourth floor until about 12:00 noon or a little
later. She went to the Eire Street entrance and watched the parade from the
stepp. rhe saw the motorcade pass her location# From her location she
heard the three shots and thought they ca* e from the railjpad to the nest*
She wa« with ^udy MoCully. ?>be than went hack to work on the fourth floor.
Fr% :'avis stated in a little while several officers cause by and talked to
her. %e has never seen Oswald in the building* 3he works for a separate
company and they use a separate company elevator and she does not core in
contact with employees of t%e Texas 'chool ®ook Depository. che does not
know Jack Ruby. Frs. ri vis did look out the window of the fourth floor after
she went hack to work. 8be saw a group of officers on the sidewalk talking
to som people. She states there was a mm shout the siae of Ruby with- them,
but sbe walooking straight down and didn't see his face, so she thinks it
was probably an officer.
This interview was on February IB, 1961*.
B. Senkel, Detective
Homicide and Bobbery Bureau
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Senkel, B. L. [Report by B. L. Senkel, concerning an interview with Avery Davis], legal document, Date Unknown; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth339495/m1/1/?q=Book%20Depository%20Employee: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Municipal Archives.