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[Report to J. E. Curry by H. M. Hart, December 7, 1963 #1]

Description: Report to Chief J. E. Curry of the Dallas Police Department. The report, which was submitted by H. M. Hart, states that Mrs. Chloe Stansell was the manager of the apartment house where Jack Ruby lived from 1957 to 1959. Stansell said that there were no unusual incidents during the time that Ruby lived in the apartment. She had never seen Lee Harvey Oswald.
Date: December 7, 1963
Creator: Hart, H. M.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report concerning an interview with Jimmy R. Hopkins]

Description: Report to Chief J. E. Curry by F. I. Cornwall concerning an interview with Reserve Officer Sergeant Jimmy R. Hopkins. Cornwall states that Hopkins was interviewed as to any information he may have concerning the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald that was not covered in his original report. Hopkins states that he had nothing of significance to add and that he had not been contacted by any federal agency at that time.
Date: November 30, 1963
Creator: Cornwall, F. I.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Affidavit of Mary E. Bledsoe, November 22, 1963]

Description: Affidavit given by Mary E. Bledsoe at the Dallas Police Department. In the affidavit, Bledsoe states that on November 22nd she saw Lee Harvey Oswald get on the bus in which she was traveling. Bledsoe notes that Oswald lived in her home in October of 1963.
Date: November 23, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report regarding the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald]

Description: Report to Chief J. E. Curry by George Butler regarding his assignments and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald. Butler states that he was asked to report to the City Hall basement on the morning of November 24, 1963. He states that he searched an armored car that was partially backed up onto the basement ramp and found nothing. Then an unmarked police car parked near the jail door entrance and the surrounding crowd began to get excited because Oswald was in sight. Butler states that after the police car drove up he heard a gunshot.
Date: November 30, 1963
Creator: Butler, George E.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Memo to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, November 29, 1963 #2]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to W. P. Gannaway. The report, which was written by R. W. Westphal, states that a white floral cross was ordered to be placed at the grave of Lee Harvey Oswald. The text of the card read: "Deepest sympathy to the family of Lee Harvey Oswald, A Veteran." The original order form is attached to the report.
Date: November 29, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Covers to Bound Notebook]

Description: Covers to bound notebook in which documents pertaining to the Lee Harvey Oswald case were filed. Text on the first cover reads: "For Historical Record Only: This is not to be reproduced or distributed."
Date: December 5, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report of Investigation of 1949 Ford #1]

Description: Report regarding the investigation of a 1949 Ford which was found in front of the home of Mrs. A. C. McKay and Mrs. Dick Loomis. The vehicle was damaged and it was investigated as to whether it belonged to Lee Harvey Oswald.
Date: January 30, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Affidavit In Any Fact by Virginia Davis]

Description: Affidavit In Any Fact by Virginia Davis regarding the murder of Officer J. D. Tippit. Davis states that she was with her sister-in-law Barbara Jeanette Davis at the time and heard gunshots while inside her apartment. She went outside to see a man unloading his gun in her yard. Police Officer J. D. Tippit had been shot and was lying in the street. Davis found an empty shell in her yard, and later identified the man she saw in her yard in a police lineup.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Rattan, Mary
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives