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[Aerial View of Bonnie View Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bonnie View Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, a mostly empty section of land, is visible in the center of the photograph. It is surrounded by residential suburbs and some scattered larger buildings. Apartment buildings sit near the top of the picture.
[Aerial View of Cedar Crest Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Cedar Crest Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, a golf course, is visible in the center and bottom of the picture and outlined by Southerland Avenue, Bonnie View Road, and Van Cleaver Drive/E Illinois Drive on its left, upper, and right sides respectively. Some houses are visible to the park's right.
[Aerial View of College Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of College Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, which is outlined in red marker, sits directly above Bonnie View Road and to the left of Highland Woods Drive. Residential suburbs are visible to the right of the park, and nearby roads are labeled in red marker.
[Boats at Lake]
Photograph of several boats at the shore of a lake. City of Dallas stamp is on reverse.
[Broken Sidewalk at Moore Park]
Photograph of a large wooden fence near a tree, with a sidewalk broken by the open earth that leads to a building with one window.
[Creek and Banks at Moore Park]
Photograph of the high rocky banks of the creek that runs through Moore Park.
[Creek at Moore Park]
Photograph of a creek with high, rocky banks.
[Creek Banks at Moore Park]
Photograph of the rocky banks and natural dam of refuse near the creek at Moore Park.
[Dealey Plaza]
Photograph of a lamp and pillar near a rectangular pool.
[Dirt Path and Wooden Fence at Moore Park]
Photograph of a wooden fence supporting several feet of rock and dirt, near a dirt path.
[Enco Map of Dallas, 1962]
Photocopy of an Enco map of the city of Dallas, Texas which was printed in 1962. The map was kept as evidence.
[Letter from Bob Chester to Lee Harvey Oswald, December 9, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter from Bob Chester to Lee Harvey Oswald, on December 9, 1962, attempting to figure out if Oswald's photography could be of any use to the Socialist Worker Party.
[Letter from Farrell Dobbs to Lee Harvey Oswald, November 5, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter from Farrell Dobbs to Lee Harvey Oswald, on November 5, 1962, informing him that it is not their policy to accept members to the Socialist Workers Party unless they live in an area with five or more members in a branch. Dobbs suggests that Oswald spread socialist literature to achieve this end, and offers to send him subscriptions.
[Letter from James J. Tormey to Lee Harvey Oswald, December 13, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter from James J. Tormey to Lee Harvey Oswald, on December 13, 1962, telling him they have received photographs he has sent them, and that they will keep them on file until they need them.
[Letter from Johnny Packett to Lee Harvey Oswald, June 22, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter from Johnny Packett to Lee Harvey Oswald, on June 22, 1962. Packett informs Oswald that he does not consider him a turncoat, and offers to help him get his writing published.
[Letter from Louis Weinstock to Lee Harvey Oswald, December 19, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter from Louis Weinstock to Lee Harvey Oswald, on December 19, 1962, thanking him for sending enlarged pictures that will help make it known that The Worker is available.
[Letter from Paul W. Seabaugh to Lee Harvey Oswald, April 2, 1962 #1]
Photocopy of a letter from Paul W. Seabaugh to Lee Harvey Oswald, on April 2, 1962, informing him that his headquarters has no authority to change the type of discharge issued to Oswald. He supplies him with information about the people to contact instead.
[Letter from Paul W. Seabaugh to Lee Harvey Oswald, April 2, 1962 #2]
Photocopy of a letter from Paul W. Seabaugh to Lee Harvey Oswald, on April 2, 1962, informing him that his headquarters has no authority to change the type of discharge issued to Oswald. He supplies him with information about the people to contact instead.
[Letter to Lee Harvey Oswald from Bob Chester, December 9, 1962]
Letter addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald. The letter, which was written by Bob Chester, regards reproductions which Oswald has offered to make for his company.
[Letter to Lee Harvey Oswald from Ferrell Dobbs, November 5, 1962]
Photocopy of a letter addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald. The letter, which was written by Ferrell Dobbs, regards Oswald's application to the Socialist Workers Party. It is stated that, as no branches exist in Texas, the Socialist Workers Party is unable to accept Oswald's application.
[Letter to Lee Harvey Oswald from James J. Tormey, December 13, 1962]
Letter addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald. The letter, which was written by James J. Tormey of the Gus Hall - Benjamin J. Davis Defense Committee, regards Oswald's production of photographic reproductions.
[Letter to Lee Harvey Oswald from Louis Weinstock, December 19, 1962]
Letter addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald. The letter, which was written by Louis Weinstock of The Worker, regards Oswald's production of blowup reproductions.
[Letters Regarding Lee Harvey Oswald's Undesirable Discharge]
Photocopies of letters regarding the undesirable discharge of Lee Harvey Oswald. The letters' authors conclude that Lee Harvey Oswald's discharge was correct.
[Men Working at White Rock Lake]
Photograph of eight men in work clothes standing around machinery on a track at White Rock Lake in Dallas, Texas. A raised track is visible behind them.
[Moore Park Wooden Fence]
Photograph of trees among a wooden fence near a dirt path.
[Paycheck and Withholding Tax Statement]
Photocopy of a paycheck and a withholding tax statement issued to Lee Harvey Oswald. The paycheck is from Leslie Welding Co., Inc., on October 13, 1962.
[Rock and Rubble at Moore Park]
Photograph of white rock and rubble overflowing a wooden fence with trees and a winding dirt path nearby.
[Rocks at Moore Park]
Photograph of a large pile of white rocks near brush.
[Rubble and Wooden Fence at Moore Park]
Photograph of white rubble behind a wooden fence near a dirt path.
[Statue at Dealey Plaza]
Photograph of a bronze statue of a man wearing a suit standing atop a pillar.
[Trees at Dealey Plaza]
Photograph of three concrete rectangles which border three trees.
[White Buildings at Moore Park]
Photograph of several one-story buildings near the bank of the creek with a truck parked onsite.
[White Rock Lake]
Photograph of White Rock lake, which is a reservoir located in Dallas, Texas.
[White Rock Lake]
Photograph of White Rock Lake, a reservoir located in Dallas, Texas.
[White Rock Lake]
Photograph of White Rock lake taken from a bridge. In the photograph, a boy on the bridge looks over at the lake. Trees are visible in the distance.
[White Rock Lake]
Photograph of White Rock Lake, a reservoir located in Dallas, Texas.
[Wooden Fence and Brush at Moore Park]
Photograph of wooden fencing supporting dirt on one side of the fence, and supported by trees on the other.
[Wooden Fence at Moore Park]
Photograph of a wooden post fence near saplings of trees near a dry creek bed.
[Wooden Posts and Rubble at Moore Park]
Photograph of a row of wooden posts in the midst of white rubble near a creek.