[Report concerning interview with Vickie Adams, by J. R. Leavelle] Page: 1 of 4
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T talked with Vickie Ad# s at -?10 vm thi•« date, February l?f 1961* *
The follow4**? str er-snt ie what ?>•« said ^apreried Sovtafetr ??, 1963.
¥f name if fickle Adama, 3e09 Cole, Apt. D* no phone* % jot' is
office service repr*fSe*?tat5 ve* ! reported to work tKii day about -?30 am,
and I worked in that capacity until neon*
A friend of nv, 0€, ^lsie D&rmon, who lives in ^ak Cliff and works in the
office ? van tad to take some moving picture a of the motorcade. 1 opened a
third fl*or vindoK about the third one from the front of Ve building. She
tool* pictures of the motorcade* '-hen the * resident got in front of us I
heard someone call him, and he turned. That is when. I heard «the first
shot® I thought it was a fire cracker. Then the second shot I saw the
Secret Service man run to the hack of the President*s car. ^fter the
third shot, 7 went out the hack door. I said, "I think sosseone has been
shot.** ^he elevator was not running and there was no one on the stairs. I
want down to the first floor. t ??aw %. Shelly and another esnloyee nasned
Pi. 11* The freight elevator b*d not jaoved, and I at 11 did not see anyone
on the stairs*
I ran out the hack door of the depository and around to the front* I
started dovn toward the railroad tracks when an officer etor-ped me and turned
m hack. 1 asked the officer if the President was shot* and he raid he did
not know* As X turned hack • saw another employee r'otena standing by the
front of the building facing? tin Street* I stopped and talked with Avery
Paris another employee* I saw two men in street clothes, one was gesturing
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Leavelle, J. R. [Report concerning interview with Vickie Adams, by J. R. Leavelle], legal document, Date Unknown; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340453/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.