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[Journal of Ann Rose, wife of a Jack Ruby trial juror]

Description: Stenographic notebook used by Ann Rose to record her personal experiences while her husband, Waymon Rose, served on the jury during Jack Ruby's murder trial. Nine pages of the notebook's paper have been used, on the front only; a tenth page of similar size has been added. Almost all of the text is written in pencil. Jury selection for the Ruby trial began in early 1964. The trial ended on March 14, 1964 when Jack Ruby was found guilty of murder with malice. In addition to this journal, Ann Rose kept scrapbooks on the subject of President Kennedy's assassination and its aftermath for more than 30 years.
Date: 1964-02-29/1964-03-14
Creator: Rose, Ann
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[Max Causey's journal of his experiences on the Ruby trial jury]

Description: Spiral bound notebook containing a handwritten journal titled "Trial of a Juror" by Max Causey, who served as the foreman of the jury for the Jack Ruby trial. The notebook contains 54 pages. Jury selection for the Ruby trial began in early 1964. The trial itself started on March 4th and Max Causey was the first juror selected. Causey was elected foreman by his peers on March 14th as they began their deliberations. The trial ended on March 14, 1964 when the jury found Jack Ruby guilty of murder with malice.
Date: 1964-02-20/1964-03
Creator: Causey, Max
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[Journal of Allen McCoy, juror during Jack Ruby trial]

Description: Handwritten notes of Jack Ruby trial juror Allen McCoy. These notes detail McCoy's experience being selected to serve on the jury but do not cover the trial itself. There are 18 pages of handwritten notes. The writing is on both the front and back of the pages and each page is numbered (1 - 36). Jury selection for the Ruby trial began in early 1964. McCoy's notes describe how he was summoned for jury duty in February and how he knew in his heart that he would be selected to serve on the jury for Jack Ruby's trial. McCoy ran out of paper before the trial began. The trial ended on March 14, 1964 when the jury found Jack Ruby guilty of murder with malice.
Date: 1964-02-08/1964-03
Creator: McCoy, Allen
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[Dallas Police officers standing guard outside the Dallas Trade Mart]

Description: Original black and white photographic negative taken by an unidentified Dallas Times Herald photographer. This image shows a Dallas police officer and other unidentified Dallas police officers standing guard outside the Dallas Trade Mart where President Kennedy was to speak at a luncheon. The Trade Mart is part of the Market Hall complex just north of downtown Dallas.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas Times Herald
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[President Kennedy speaking outside the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth]

Description: Original black and white photographic negative taken by Dallas Times Herald staff photographer William Allen. Left to right the dignitaries are Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce president Raymond Buck, Democratic state committee woman Marjorie Belew, Texas State Senator Donley "Don" Kennard, Senator Ralph Yarborough (behind Kennedy's right shoulder), Texas Governor John B. Connally, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, and President John F. Kennedy. This image shows President Kennedy at the podium addressing the audience in the parking lot of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth on the morning of November 22, 1963.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, William
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[President Kennedy speaking outside the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth]

Description: Original black and white photographic negative taken by Dallas Times Herald staff photographer William Allen. Left to right the dignitaries are Congressman Jim Wright, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce president Raymond Buck, Democratic state committee woman Marjorie Belew, Texas State Senator Donley "Don" Kennard, Senator Ralph Yarborough, Texas Governor John B. Connally and President John F. Kennedy. This image shows President Kennedy at the podium addressing the audience in the parking lot of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth on the morning of November 22, 1963.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, William
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[Congressman Jim Wright introducing Lyndon B. Johnson]

Description: Original black and white photographic negative taken by Dallas Times Herald staff photographer William Allen. Left to right the dignitaries are Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce president Raymond Buck, Democratic state committee woman Marjorie Belew, Texas State Senator Donley "Don" Kennard, Senator Ralph Yarborough (face hidden by microphone), Texas Governor John B. Connally, Congressman Jim Wright at the microphones, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, and President John F. Kennedy. This image shows Wright about to introduce Johnson in the parking lot of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth on the morning of November 22, 1963.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, William
Partner: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

[Map of Miles Between Locations]

Description: Map drawn by hand which shows the number of miles between the Greyhound Bus Station, Beckley locations, the scene of the Tippit shooting, and the Texas Theater.
Date: 1963~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Location Info:
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Press Release: Ex-FBI Agent Charges Bureau Kept Oswald Data From Secret Service]

Description: Pressed release by Saga Magazine concerning an article written by former FBI Agent William Turner. The release, titled "Ex-FBI Agent Charges Bureau Kept Oswald Data From Secret Service," states that William Turner conducted a private investigation in Dallas immediately following the assassination of President Kennedy.
Date: January 28, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Press release by Joachim Joesten]

Description: Press release by Joachim Joesten, describing his book titled The Joesten Report: The Truth About the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Joesten's book claims that Lee Harvey Oswald was not the assassin of John F. Kennedy, and offers alternate suggestions.
Date: unknown
Creator: Joesten, Joachim
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives