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[Note from J. P. Adamcik and K. L. Anderton to L. C. Graves, concerning an interview with Floyd Davis]

Description: Note from J. P. Adamcik and K. L. Anderton to L. C. Graves. The note is regarding an interview with Floyd Davis, the owner of the Sportdrome Gun Range, about Lee Harvey Oswald. Davis states that he had not seen Oswald, but his employee Mr. Harold Price had seen him at the range before and helped set the scope on his rifle.
Date: unknown
Creator: Adamcik, J. P. & Anderton, K. L.
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Affidavit In Any Fact by George Senator #1]

Description: Affidavit In Any Fact by George Senator, a friend of Jack Ruby. Senator states that he had known Ruby for about eight years and that they lived together. He describes how Ruby seemed very sad and shocked about the President's death.
Date: November 24, 1963
Creator: Alexander, William F.
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Affidavit In Any Fact by George Senator #2]

Description: Affidavit In Any Fact by George Senator, a friend of Jack Ruby. Senator states that he had known Ruby for about eight years and that they lived together. He describes how Ruby seemed very sad and shocked about the President's death.
Date: November 24, 1963
Creator: Alexander, William F.
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Arnold Louis Rowland #1]

Description: Voluntary statement by Arnold Louis Rowland, a witness in Dealey Plaza. He states that he noticed a man in the window of the Texas School Book Depository with a rifle pointed towards the road before the motorcade passed by Dealey Plaza. About 15 minutes later the President passed in front of him and he heard three gunshots.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Arnold Louis Rowland #2]

Description: Voluntary statement by Arnold Louis Rowland, a witness in Dealey Plaza. He states that he noticed a man in the window of the Texas School Book Depository with a rifle pointed towards the road before the motorcade passed by Dealey Plaza. About 15 minutes later the President passed in front of him and he heard three gunshots.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Barbara Walker Rowland #1]

Description: Voluntary statement by Barbara Walker Rowland, a witness in Dealey Plaza. She states that her husband Arnold Louis Rowland pointed out a man in a window of the Texas School Book Depository holding a rifle, but she could not see him.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Barbara Walker Rowland #2]

Description: Voluntary statement by Barbara Walker Rowland, a witness in Dealey Plaza. She states that her husband Arnold Louis Rowland pointed out a man in a window of the Texas School Book Depository holding a rifle, but she could not see him.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
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
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by John Stevens R. Lawrence #2]

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
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Julia Ann Mercer #1]

Description: Voluntary statement by Julia Ann Mercer regarding men in a Ford truck with what appeared to be a gun case, prior to the assassination. Mercer states that she saw a truck on the side of the entrance road to the overpass. There was a man pulling out a gun case from the back of the truck who proceeded to walk away.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Voluntary Statement by Julia Ann Mercer #2]

Description: Voluntary statement by Julia Ann Mercer regarding men in a Ford truck with what appeared to be a gun case, prior to the assassination. Mercer states that she saw a truck on the side of the entrance road to the overpass. There was a man pulling out a gun case from the back of the truck who proceeded to walk away.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Allen, Rosemary
Item Type: Legal Document
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives