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[Aerial of California Dam]
Aerial photograph of the California Dam.
[Aerial View of Alamo School and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Alamo School and its surrounding area in Dallas County, TX. A block of land containing a medium-large building and pool is surrounded by about five roads and more blocks filled with small- to medium-sized buildings. A railyard filled with trains is shown at the bottom of the picture.
[Aerial View of Bachman Lake Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bachman Lake Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park occupies the space around Bachman Lake, which sits in the center of the picture. Dallas Love Field is visible to the right, and Denton Drive and Harvey Hines Boulevard is shown in front of the lake.
[Aerial View of Bachman Lake Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bachman Lake Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible around Bachman Lake near the center of the picture. Harry Hines Boulevard and Denton Drive are shown in front of the lake, while Dallas Love Field sits to the right side.
[Aerial View of Bachman Lake Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bachman Lake Park and surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible around Bachman Lake near the center of the picture. Harry Hines Boulevard and Denton Drive sit in front of the lake, while Dallas Love Field is shown to the right side.
[Aerial View of Beckley Saner Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Beckley Saner Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is located on a block of land near the center of the picture. The park's recreation center and parking is visible by the lower half of the block, and R.L. Thornton Freeway and Interstate 35E Freeway HOV is visible above the park. The park is surrounded by residential suburbs.
[Aerial View of Bel-Aire Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bel-Aire Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park sits on the right side of the photograph and is outlined in red marker. A section of Park Branch, which extends up the picture, is visible in the park, and Dixon Branch is visible to the park's right side. Some residential areas and cars driving vertically on Easton Road are on the park's left side. E Lake Highlands Drive and Country Club Drive outline the park's right and bottom sides respectively.
[Aerial View of Beverly Hills Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Beverly Hills Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park sits in the center of the photo and is outlined by Sheldon Avenue and N Frances Street on its upper and right sides respectively. Residential suburbs are visible above and to the right of the park, and an area of dense trees is visible below.
[Aerial View of Bluff View Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bluff View Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park is near the center of the picture, just left of Sudie L. Williams Elementary School. It is surrounded by residential suburbs.
[Aerial View of Bushman Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bushman Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The Park is visible slightly left of the center of the picture and a school. An unpaved vertical path containing power lines sits to the left of the park, and the rest of the park's surroundings mostly consist of houses.
[Clipping: Hoover Criticizes Oswald Handling]
A newspaper clipping of an article titled "Hoover Criticizes Oswald Handling" is included with letters regarding the purchase of items related to Lee Harvey Oswald by Leon H. Hough, a resident of St. Augustine, Florida and operator of Courtesy Gas. An ambulance and furniture from a room Oswald once rented were purchased for display in a museum.
[Clippings from the Dallas Morning News, March 9, 1965]
Newspaper clippings from the Dallas Morning News. The first of the clipped articles is titled "At Ruby Hearing Slight Changes Noted in Cast of Characters," while the second is titled "Motions Overruled Brisk Exchanges Mark Ruby Hearing."
[Correspondence Between J. E. Curry and Nicholas Katzenbach]
Correspondence between Nicholas Katzenbach, Acting Attorney General, and Chief J. E. Curry. Katzenbach wrote to Curry inquiring as to whether information released by the Warren Commission might be detrimental to the department. Curry responded that the department felt comfortable with the release of information by the Warren Commission.
[F.B.I. Report: Statements Made by Jack Ruby, November 25, 1963]
F.B.I report compiled of statements made by Jack Ruby.
[Fingerprint Card for James Ernest Wilkinson #1]
Fingerprint record of James Ernest Wilkinson. This record was made in 1965 following charges of child desertion.
[Fingerprint Card for James Ernest Wilkinson #2]
Two photocopies of the fingerprint record of James Ernest Wilkinson. This record was made in 1965 following charges of child desertion.
[Flowers Blooming at Lee Park]
Photograph of pink flowers blooming at the base of several trees at Lee Park.
[Garrett Park at Nighttime]
Photograph of a cleared field lit by a light pole in the focus of the picture. This picture shows the new lighting installation in Garrett Park - new lighting from a ASA #H36-15 GW/C (Wide Lite) luminaire with 4 - 1,000 watt - 220,000 total lumens Mercury Vapor globes on a 40' Wide Lite aluminum tripod pole.
[Garrett Park in Daytime]
Photograph of a cleared field with a light pole in the center focus. This picture shows the new lighting installation in Garrett Park - new lighting from a ASA #H36-15 GW/C (Wide Lite) luminaire with 4 - 1,000 watt - 220,000 total lumens Mercury Vapor globes on a 40' Wide Lite aluminum tripod pole.
[Girl and Man Looking at Model of Inner Ear at Museum of Natural History]
Photograph of an older man named Mr. H. D. Carmichael pointing to a model of the human inner ear with a young girl named Kay Lynn Houston.
[Handbill of Evidence Excluded from the Warren Report #3]
Handbill concerning the Warren Commission and Justice for the Crew of the Thresher. The handbill is titled "The American: In All Fifty States." The handbill includes evidence excluded from the Warren Report.
[The Herald of Freedom, Volume 7, Number 6, April 23, 1965 #1]
Newsletter article, titled "The Strange Death of John F. Kennedy," gives a short history of Lee Harvey Oswald. The article primarily focuses on his time in Russia and Communist ties.
[The Herald of Freedom, Volume 7, Number 6, April 23, 1965 #2]
Newsletter article, titled "The Strange Death of John F. Kennedy," gives a short history of Lee Harvey Oswald. The article particularly focuses on his time in Russia and his ties to Communism.
[Lecture at Museum of Natural History]
Photograph of a large group of people seated to listen to a presenter with a microphone, standing in front of a blank screen.
[Letter from T. L. Baker to Captain J. W. Fritz, February 19, 1965]
Letter from T. L. Baker to J. W. Fritz, listing property belonging to Jack Ruby that was still in the Dallas Police Department property room as of February in 1965. The letter includes items no longer in the possession of the Dallas Police Department.
[Letter to J. E. Curry from Anonymous Citizen]
Letter from anonymous citizen to J. E. Curry of the Dallas Police Department. The citizen states distaste for the Dallas Police Department and the belief that the truth will come out in time.
[Letters from Citizens to the Dallas Police Department]
A collection of letters from citizens to the Dallas Police Department. Letters regard school projects, autograph requests, and a negative regard for the Police Department's handling of the Kennedy assassination. Some letters are accompanied by carbon copies of responses by Chief J. E. Curry.
[Letters Regarding Oswald Museum, 1965 #2]
Letters regarding the purchase of items related to Lee Harvey Oswald by Leon H. Hough, a resident of St. Augustine, Florida and operator of Courtesy Gas. An ambulance and furniture from a room Oswald once rented were purchased for display in a museum.
[Light at Lindsley Park at Night]
Photograph of a functioning light pole in the middle of a field, with a basketball goal dwarfed by the pole's size. This picture shows the new lighting installation at Lindsley Park - New lighting from 2 - ASA #H36-15 GW/C (Wide Lite) luminaires each with 4 - 1,000 watt, 220,000 total lumens Mercury Vapor globes on 2 - 40' galvanized Millerbernd Mfg. Co. steel poles.
[Light at Lindsley Park During the Day]
Photograph of a large light pole in an empty field, dwarfing a basketball goal with its size. This picture shows the new lighting installation in Lindsley Park - New lighting from 2 - ASA #H36-15 GW/C (Wide Lite) luminaires each with 4 - 1,000 watt, -220,000 total lumens Mercury Vapor globes on 2 - 40's galvanized Millerbernd Mfg. Co. steel poles.
[Memorandum to Captain Will Fritz]
Memorandum sent to Captain Will Fritz regarding a telephone call from Ann Moore, concerning Jack Ruby.
[Men Shaking Hands and Exchanging Piece of Paper]
Photograph of two well-dressed men shaking hands and exchanging a piece of paper while one holds a hat.
[Newspaper Clipping: Ruby Penalty Cut Proposed, November 5, 1965]
Newspaper article clipped from the Chicago Tribune titled "Ruby Penalty Cut Proposed." The article states that the district attorney proposed that Jack Ruby's death sentence be reduced to a prison term.
[Park Patrol]
Photograph of four rows of men in Dallas Parks Patrol uniforms standing on the steps of an administration building.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by J. L. Beasley and O. J. Tarver, April 8, 1965 #1]
Criminal intelligence report which states that a Chevrolet station wagon was seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by J. L. Beasley and O. J. Tarver, April 8, 1965 #2]
Criminal intelligence report which states that a Chevrolet station wagon was seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, April 21, 1965]
Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective R. W. Westphal, states that Guy Evertt Nice was arrested for carrying a prohibited drugs and weaponry. Nice had in his possession a letter written to Jack Ruby. In the letter, he stated that he was a Communist. A photograph of Nice, a personal history from the Special Service Bureau, and a copy of the letter are attached to the report.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, January 7, 1965 #1]
Criminal intelligence report which states that three vehicles were seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, January 7, 1965 #2]
Criminal intelligence report which states that three vehicles were seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, January 8, 1965 #1]
Criminal intelligence report which states that a 1955 Oldsmobile was seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Information from the Texas Department of Public Safety revealed that the vehicle was registered to Michael R. Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by R. W. Westphal, January 8, 1965 #2]
Criminal intelligence report which states that a 1955 Oldsmobile was seen outside the home of Michael R. Paine and Ruth Paine. Information from the Texas Department of Public Safety revealed that the vehicle was registered to Michael R. Paine. Marina Oswald was living with the Paines at the time that President Kennedy was assassinated.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by W. S. Biggio, January 5, 1965]
Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective W. S. Biggio, states that a letter from an anonymous writer is attached. The writer states that Jack Ruby was paid to kill President Kennedy by Lyndon B. Johnson. He writes that he was a friend of Lee Harvey Oswald and that he will be able to prove these allegations once he is released from prison.
[Report to W. P. Gannaway by W. S. Biggio, January 7, 1965]
Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective W. S. Biggio, states that a letter from J. White of Long Beach, California is attached. In the letter, J. White expresses the belief that Oswald was not guilty.
[Spring Bloom at Lee Park]
Photograph of pink flowers blooming at the base of several trees.
[Typed Report by T. L. Baker Regarding Property Belonging to Jack Ruby, February 19, 1965]
Typed report by T. L. Baker listing property belonging to Jack Ruby.
[Young Girl Looking Inside Ear Model at Museum of Natural History]
Photograph of a young preschool - age girl named Kay Lynn Houston peering inside a large model of the human ear.