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[Index card inventory of property and evidence]
Index card inventory of property and evidence, sorted alphabetically.
[Memorandum by H. L. Dawson regarding officer's assignments and positions #1]
Handwritten Memorandum by H. L. Dawson describing officer's assignments and positions during the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald on November 24, 1963.
[Handwritten Note Suggesting a Cuban Connection]
Handwritten note by an unknown author suggesting a Cuban connection to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Report from Ray Hawkins to Chief J. E. Curry, concerning the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald #1]
Report written by Ray Hawkins to Chief J. E. Curry concerning the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Hawkins describes going to the Texas Theater and grabbing Oswald by the arm with the help of Officer Hutson.
[Report on Officer's duties by F. M. Turner, in regards to the President's murder #2]
Report on Officer's duties by F. M. Turner, in regards to the President's murder. Turner was assigned to the group that met President John F. Kennedy at Love Field Airport and took him to Dallas. After the shooting, Turner followed the motorcade car to Parkland Hospital then reported to the Texas School Book Depository. He took affidavits from witnesses and assisted in the investigation.
[Index page filed under "P" from an inventory notebook #6]
Index page from a notebook containing an inventory of information related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and related cases. The page is filed under index tab "P".
[Affidavit in Any Fact - Statement by Linnie Mae Randle, November 22, 1963 #2]
Transcription of a statement by Linnie Mae Randle in which she describes her brother Wesley Frazier's relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Report on Officer's Duties by E. R. Beck, regarding the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald #1]
Report on Officer's Duties by E. R. Beck, regarding Lee Harvey Oswald's murder. Beck states that the officers had trouble lining up the cars for transferring Oswald due to the large crowds of people, and describes the details of the shooting.
[Index page filed under "D" from an inventory notebook #3]
Index page from a notebook containing an inventory of information related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and related cases. The page is filed under index tab "D".
[Voluntary Statement by Arnold Louis Rowland #2]
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.
[Affidavit General by J. W. Fritz, Charging Lee Harvey Oswald with Murder #2]
Affidavit General by Captain J. W. Fritz. The affidavit charges Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of President John F. Kennedy.
[Report on Officer's Duties by C. N. Dhority]
Report on Officer's Duties by C. N. Dhority in regards to the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald. Dhority describes his duties on the morning of the shooting, and states the he was backing up Captain Fritz's police car to the basement ramp for the transfer of Oswald. He was watching Oswald walk to the car with other officers when he saw a man move across the right side of the car and shoot him. He states that he rode in the ambulance with Oswald to Parkland Hospital and stayed there until he was pronounced dead.
[Blood Alcohol Report on Lee Harvey Oswald]
Blood Alcohol Report on Lee Harvey Oswald, by an unknown author. The report found Oswald negative.
[Crime Scene Section Form by G. M. Doughty]
Crime Scene Section Form by G. M. Doughty, listing a gun and other evidence found in the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Voluntary Statement by Austin Lawrence Miller #1]
Voluntary statement by Austin Lawrence Miller, a witness on top of the triple underpass. Miller describes watching the motorcade proceed to the underpass when he heard gunshots and saw smoke coming from a group of trees.
[Affidavit In Any Fact by James Richard Worrell, Jr. #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by James Richard Worrell, Jr. concerning seeing a rifle in the window of the Texas School Book Depository. Worrell describes watching the motorcade drive by and hearing gunshots. He noticed a gun in the window of the Depository building and watched it fire another shot. He states that he ran about 100 yards from the building and looked back to see a man exit the building and run the opposite direction.
[Report by Sergeant of Police H. H. Stringer to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, December 3, 1963 #5]
Report from Sergeant of Police H. H. Stringer to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, describing his participation in the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Report concerning an interview with Reserve Officer Lieutenant Barnie Merrell]
Handwritten report to Chief J. E. Curry by F. I. Cornwall concerning an interview with Reserve Officer Lieutenant Barnie Merrell. Cornwall states that Merrell was interviewed as to any additional information about the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald that he had not included in his original report. Merrell stated that he did not have anything of significance to add.
[Report on Officer's Duties by C. W. Brown, in regards to the President's murder #2]
Report on Officer's duties by C. W. Brown, in regards to the President's murder. Brown states that he was booking an arrested prisoner when he learned of the President's death, and proceeded to report to the Texas School Book Depository. He brought three employees to the Homicide Office to take their affidavits. He continued the investigation throughout the day at the office.
[Report from T. A. Hutson to Chief J. E. Curry, concerning the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald #1]
Report written by T. A. Hutson to Chief J. E. Curry concerning the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Hutson states that he was searching for the suspect who shot Officer J. D. Tippit when he proceeded to the Texas Theater. He describes locating Oswald in the theater and apprehending him from behind.
[Warrant of Arrest charging Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of John F. Kennedy]
Warrant of Arrest by David Johnston, formally charging Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of John F. Kennedy.
[Telegrams to Jack Ruby from Jim Stone and Virginia Ditullio, November 24, 1963 #1]
Individual telegrams by Jim Stone and Virginia Ditullio to Jack Ruby, congratulating him and thanking him for assassinating Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Telegrams to Jack Ruby from Josephine Dallinger and Robert O'Shea, November 24, 1963 #1]
Individual telegrams by Josephine Dallinger and Robert O' Shea to Jack Ruby, congratulating him for assassinating Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Statement by L. C. Taylor, concerning the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald]
Statement by L. C. Taylor concerning officer's assignment, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby. Taylor describes his duties and observations on the day of the shooting of Oswald, and states that he had met Jack Ruby while working when he (Ruby) owned the Vegas Club.
[Case Report on Lee Harvey Oswald by J. W. Fritz #1]
Case Report on Lee Harvey Oswald written by J. W. Fritz. Includes a list of witnesses and summaries of their statements.
[Warrant of Arrest for Lee Harvey Oswald's Murder of John F. Kennedy, by David Johnston, November 22, 1963 #1]
Warrant of Arrest for Lee Harvey Oswald issued by David Johnston charging him for the murder of President John F. Kennedy.
[Report concerning an interview with C. Goolsby]
Report to Chief J. E. Curry by C. C. Wallace concerning an interview with C. Goolsby. Wallace states that Goolsby was interviewed for any information not included in his original report. Goolsby added that he did not know Jack Ruby and did not know how he got into the basement of City Hall.
[Report on Officer's Duties by L. C. Graves, in regards to Lee Harvey Oswald's murder #1]
Report on Officer's duties by L. C. Graves, in regards to Lee Harvey Oswald's murder. Graves describes helping other officers in the transfer of Oswald to the County Jail. He states that Jack Ruby sprang forward out of a line of camera men outside the jail office, and fired one round from a pistol into Oswald's stomach.
[Homicide Report by J. R. Leavelle for Lee Harvey Oswald]
Original Investigation Bureau copy of the homicide report for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, filed by J. R. Leavelle.
[Affidavit in Any Fact - Statement by Marina Oswald, November 22, 1963 #2]
Transcription of a statement by Marina Oswald, wife of Lee Harvey Oswald, in which she gives a brief description of events from the time she met Lee to the morning the cops went to her house.
[Laboratory Report of nitrate tests on the hands of Lee Harvey Oswald]
Laboratory Report by an unknown author of photocopies of nitrate tests done on the hands of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[FBI Record for Lee Harvey Oswald #1]
Criminal record from the Federal Bureau of Investigation listing charges against Lee Harvey Oswald. These charges include disturbing the peace and assassinating President Kennedy.
[Voluntary Statement by Charles Hester #1]
Voluntary statement by Charles Hester, a witness in Dealey Plaza. He states that he was sitting on the grass on Elm Street when he heard gunshots that sounded like they came from the Texas School Book Depository.
[Letter from Earl F. Rose to Judge Pierce McBride, November 26, 1963]
Letter from Earl F. Rose, M. D. to Judge Pierce McBride, concerning the autopsy of Lee Harvey Oswald. Rose states that the cause of death was found to be hemorrhage, secondary to a gunshot wound in the chest.
[Report to Chief J. E. Curry by C. C. Wallace, concerning an interview with Warren Rickey #2]
Report to Chief J. E. Curry by C. C. Wallace concerning an interview with Warren Rickey, camera crewman for WBAP-TV, and his identification of Jack Ruby outside City Hall prior to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. Wallace states that Mr. Rickey saw Ruby walking back and forth on the sidewalk in front of City Hall.
[Information Report by L. C. Graves #2]
Information Report by L. C. Graves, regarding Lee Harvey Oswald using the Sportsdrome Firing Range. Graves describes an interview with Dr. Homer Wood, who stated he saw Oswald at the gun range on November 16, 1963.
[Typed note by an unknown author]
Typed note by an unknown author with the words "9 arrests" on the front.
[Subpoena Summoning J. W. Fritz]
Subpoena from Bill Shaw, summoning J. W. Fritz to appear before the Criminal Court No. 3 of Dallas County, on April 29, 1964.
[Affidavit by Cecil J. McWatters #2]
Affidavit In Any Fact by Cecil J. McWatters, a bus driver. McWatters describes picking up a man on the bus who claimed that the President was shot in the temple, and was grinning about it.
[Affidavit in Any Fact - Statement by George Senator, November 24, 1963 #2]
Transcription of a statement by George Senator describing his friendship with Jack Ruby.
[Report by Patrolman Ray Hawkins to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, December 3, 1963 #5]
Report from Patrolman Ray Hawkins to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, describing his participation in the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Diagram of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository]
Photocopy of a diagram drawn by an unknown author of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. It depicts the window where the shots were fired and various features of the building.
[Property Clerk's Invoice or Receipt for property belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald, by H. W. Hill]
Property Clerk's Invoice or Receipt for property belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald, by H. W. Hill.
[Telegram to Jack Ruby from Stuart Watson, November 24, 1963 #2]
Telegram by Stuart Watson to Jack Ruby, pledging his support to him.
[Report on Officer's Duties by Marvin Johnson, in regards to Lee Harvey Oswald's death #2]
Report on Officer's duties by Marvin Johnson, in regards to Lee Harvey Oswald's death. Johnson states that he was off-duty when Oswald was shot.
[Report by B. L. Senkel, in regards to the President's assassination #1]
Report by Detective B. L. Senkel, in regards to the President's assassination. Senkel states that he was to drive a half mile ahead of the motorcade to look out for obstructions or dangers. After the shooting he followed the motorcade to Parkland Hospital and saw the victims, and proceeded to assist in the investigation.
[Report by Patrolman M. M. McDonald to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, December 4, 1963 #2]
Report from Patrolman M. M. McDonald to Chief of Police J. E. Curry, describing his participation in the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Report on Officer's Duties, by H. M. Moore #2]
Report by H. M. Moore, detailing his movements in regards to the deaths of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit, and Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Index tab labeled "O" #2]
Index tab labeled "O", by an unknown author.
[Report to W. F. Dyson by D. K. Rodgers, January 27, 1967]
Criminal intelligence report addressed to W. F. Dyson of the Administrative Services Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by D. K. Rodgers, states that an article from the Dallas Times Herald is attached. The article is titled "Court Applauded in Ruby Reversal" and was published on January 26, 1966.