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[Report by J. R. Leavelle, February 17, 1964]

Description: Report by J. R. Leavelle concerning a statement from Mr. V. C. Campbell, the vice president of the Texas School Book Depository. Campbell states that he was watching the parade from Elm Street when he heard gunshots. After returning to the Depository, an F. B. I. agent asked him to evacuate all employees from the building.
Date: February 17, 1964
Creator: Leavelle, J. R.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Statement by Linnie Mae Randle]

Description: Handwritten statement by Linnie Mae Randle. Randle states that her brother, Wesley Frazier, lives with her. Lee Harvey Oswald's wife lives with Ruth Paine; Oswald comes home on weekends with her brother. On the morning of the 22nd, she saw Lee Harvey Oswald put a long package in the back of Wesley's car.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to Chief J. E. Curry by H. M. Hart, regarding the activities of Jack Ruby on November 23, 1963]

Description: Report to Chief J. E. Curry by H. M. Hart, concerning the activities of Jack Ruby on the day of November 23, 1963. Hart states that on that day Patrolman James M. Chaney saw Ruby in the park area near the Texas School Book Depository. Chaney stated that Ruby approached him and asked about Chief Curry and Captain Fritz who were standing across the street. Chaney had known Ruby for several years.
Date: December 18, 1963
Creator: Hart, H. M.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by W. S. Biggio, June 18, 1964 #1]

Description: Criminal intelligence report which was written by W. S. Biggio and submitted to W. P. Gannaway. The report is followed by a newspaper clipping of an article titled "FBI 'Offer' to Oswald Claimed" The article appeared in the Dallas Morning News and alleges that Marina Oswald was offered protection from the "threats of Russia" by the FBI three weeks before the assassination of President Kennedy.
Date: June 18, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Robert E. Edwards #2]

Description: Voluntary statement by Robert E. Edwards as a witness in Dealey Plaza. Edwards describes seeing a man on the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building hiding behind boxes. He states that the gunshots he heard seemed to come from the building.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Muleady, James J.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Newspaper Clippings: Ten Year Anniversary]

Description: Newspaper clippings in recognition of the tenth anniversary of President Kennedy's death. Articles include "The day we said goodby to Camelot," "Assassination report stands test of time," "Dallas stunned as world turns anger on the city," "Man of destiny: Connally became household world," "Marina is happy: Widow of troubled Marxist enjoying the good life," "Deep faith sustains Rose Kennedy," "Ex-chief of police recalls wrath of the world," "Leavelle recalls seeing Ruby's arm come up," "Shift of Oswald seemed simple," "Where are they now?," "Memorials pay tribute to JFK," "Secret Service agent became LBJ's shield," "The setting for last bitter dregs of a tragic story," "Jackie Onassis: She survives public scorn," "Officer still feels good about capturing Oswald," "Children seem to bear no scars of tragedy," "Oath of office, transition of power," and "Tragedy in Dallas: 3 shots shook the nation."
Date: November 21, 1973
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by John Stevens R. Lawrence #1]

Description: Voluntary statement by John Stevens Rutter Lawrence, regarding seeing a man in a suit carrying a rifle. Lawrence states that he left the Texaco Building where he worked with Phil Hathaway and other coworkers to see the President in the parade. He describes seeing a large man, estimated to be around 6'5" and 250 pounds or more, wearing a business suit and carrying a rifle.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Affidavit by William H. Shelly]

Description: Handwritten affidavits by William H. Shelly. Shelly states that he was watching the president in the parade when he heard three shots. He encountered a woman who also works in the Texas School Book Depository who was crying and said that the president had been killed. He went back to the building, called his wife to tell her the news, and watched the elevator to make certain that no one exited. Shelly had supervised Lee Harvey Oswald closely since he started working at the Texas School Book Depository. Oswald kept to himself and took walks at noon.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives