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[Anonymous Letter to Chief of Police, October 20, 1964]

Description: Anonymous letter to the chief of police which reads: "Chief of Police, Dallas, Texas. The Warren Report is wrong 4 people were used to eliminte Kennedy 1 is dead - 3 live - Johnson knows 3 more 1< to go. - A friend of Lee Oswald."
Date: October 20, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Back Cover to Notebook]

Description: Back cover to bound notebook used to hold photocopies of letters mailed to Jack Ruby in jail.
Date: [1964..1978]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Citizen Letters]

Description: Letters received by the Dallas Police Department from citizens requesting information regarding the Kennedy assassination and related cases. Carbon copies of response letters are included with the letters themselves.
Date: 1963~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Complaints and Commendations for J. D. Tippit]

Description: Photocopies of complaints and commendations in regard to the performance of Officer J. D. Tippit. These documents date from 1952 to 1963.
Date: [1952..1963]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings]

Description: Miscellaneous correspondence and newspaper clippings received from citizens. Several students wrote to the Dallas Police Department and were referred to the Warren Commission's report on the assassination. Requests for signatures are also present. The newspaper clippings discuss theories regarding the killing.
Date: 1964~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence between Chief J. E. Curry and citizens]

Description: Various letters of correspondence between Chief J. E. Curry and citizens, regarding the assassination of John F. Kennedy and related cases. The letters respond to questions, requests, and accusations about cases.
Date: [1964-01-27..1965-12-09]
Creator: Curry, Jesse E.

[Correspondence Between Citizens and the Chief of Police]

Description: Correspondence between the Chief of Police and citizens who are requesting information. Citizens range from students to writers. The Chief of Police states that he is unable to provide further information as a matter of department policy.
Date: 1969
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence Between Donald T. Appell and J. E. Curry]

Description: Correspondence between Donald T. Appell and J. E. Curry. Appell requested that the Dallas Police Department forward a list of items recovered at Oswald's residence. Curry's response stated that the delay was due to increased business and that a list was enclosed.
Date: December 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence Between Doyle Batey and Charles Batchelor]

Description: Correspondence between Mr. Doyle Batey and Chief Charles Batchelor. In his letter, Batey requests that the Dallas Police Department send him photos of Lee Harvey Oswald. Charles Batchelor responds that he is unable to do so and suggests that Batey contact the United States Department of Justice.
Date: December 1968
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence Between J. E. Curry and Charles W. Roth]

Description: Correspondence between Charles W. Roth, a consultant for the Toledo Police Department, and Chief J. E. Curry. Roth writes that Curry might be interested in a newspaper clipping which accompanies the letter. The clipping, by Inez Robb, is titled "Shot That Killed Lee Oswald Nearly Ended Career of Dallas Police Chief" and puts Curry in a positive light.
Date: March 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence Between J. E. Curry and Nicholas Katzenbach]

Description: 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.
Date: February 1965
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence Regarding Release of Volume 14]

Description: Correspondence between various officials and N. Alex Beckley, City Attorney. Beckley advises that Volume 14 of the "Texas Supplemental Report on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy and the Wounding of Governor Connally" would prove detrimental if it released.
Date: [1970-01-23..1970-02-11]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence to Chief J. E. Curry considering the Tippit Fund, 1964]

Description: Letters between Chief J. E. Curry and citizens, public officials, and other agencies regarding the Tippit Fund, a donation fund arranged for Officer J. D. Tippit's family after his death. Some of the records are carbon copies, postcards, telegrams, and signed originals.
Date: 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence with Citizens, 1968]

Description: Letters from citizens regarding negative accusations made about the Dallas Police Department. Responses by the police department state that it is department policy to make no opinions known.
Date: [1968-02-13..1968-05-14]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence with Emory L. Brown, November 1967]

Description: Correspondence between Emory L. Brown, Jr. and various individuals at the Dallas Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Archives and Records Service regarding the assassination of President Kennedy. The individuals state that they have nothing to add to the Warren Commission's report.
Date: [1967-11-14..1968-11-25]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Correspondence with J. E. Curry]

Description: Various pieces of correspondence regarding the assassination of President Kennedy. The first letters requests autographs, while the remaining letters request information from the Police Department, several of which are written in an indignant tone. Two postcards are included. Dates range from 1964 to 1965.
Date: [1964..1965]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.

[Criminal Intelligence Report by D. K. Rodgers]

Description: Criminal intelligence report by D. K. Rodgers to Captain W. F. Dyson, concerning the principal subject in the assassination conspiracy of Jim Garrison, Sergio Arcacha.
Date: July 6, 1967
Creator: Rodgers, D. K.

[Cross Reference Sheets from Garrison Investigation]

Description: Cross reference sheets used during the Garrison investigation. Two questions are posed. The first question is "Do you think Jim Garrison has proved his theory of the Assassination?" The second question is "Should the Warren Commission reopen its investigation of the Kennedy Assassination?"
Date: [1967-11-28..1967-12-12]
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.