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[Acknowledgment of Receipt by James P. Hosty, Jr. #1]
Carbon copy of a statement made by James P. Hosty, Jr. Hosty states that he received items from Captain Will Fritz. These items included a billfold, sixteen pictures, a notebook, and a rifle hull.
[Acknowledgment of Receipt by James P. Hosty, Jr. #2]
Photocopies of a statement made by James P. Hosty, Jr. Hosty states that he received items from Captain Will Fritz. These items included a billfold, sixteen pictures, a notebook, and a rifle hull.
[Boats at Lake]
Photograph of several boats at the shore of a lake. City of Dallas stamp is on reverse.
[Card by J. B. Toney]
Photocopy of a card by J. B. Toney concerning a prior arrest of Jack Ruby in February of 1963.
[City of Dallas Police Department Case Report for Juanita Dale Phillips]
City of Dallas Police Department case report for Juanita Dale Phillips, also known as Candy Barr. Includes arrest information and a summary of the case. The second page lists officers and witnesses involved.
[Conner Produce Company]
Photograph of the storefront for the Conner Produce Company. In the photograph, produce is displayed outside the storefront. Crates are stacked against the storefront. A truck is parked on the street.
[Correspondence between Chief J. E. Curry and citizens]
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.
[Crime Scene Section Form concerning hulls found at the Texas School Book Depository]
Illegible photocopy of a Crime Scene Section Form by J. C. Day, concerning hulls found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective V. J. Brian to Captain Gannaway, through Lieutenant Jack Revill, listing all the intelligence collected regarding Edwin M. Baldoza, aka Edward M. Baldoza, a known associate of Jack Ruby, who was a possible witness for his defense trial.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective R. W. Westphal to Captain Gannaway, through Lieutenant Jack Revill, listing all the intelligence collected regarding Pio Emil Hellocchio, aka Tony Hellocchio, a known associate of Jack Ruby.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective R. W. Westphal to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lieutenant Jack Revill detailing criminal intelligence gathered about Anthony Francis Caterine, aka Paul Caterine or Tony Caterine, an associate of Jack Ruby.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective F. A. Hellinghausen to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lieutenant Jack Revill regarding information supplied by informants concerning Graham Robinson E. Koch.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective V. J. Brian to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lieutenant Jack Revill regarding intelligence about Doris Fay Warner, a known associate of Jack Ruby.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway, January 27, 1964]
Criminal Intelligence Report from Detective R. W. Westphal to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lieutenant Jack Revill regarding a criminal investigation of Normal Earl Wright, aka Earl Norman.
[Handwritten note concerning Jack Ruby and Nolan Ray Schaffer]
Handwritten note by an unknown author concerning Jack Ruby and Nolan Ray Schaffer.
[History of Jack Ruby]
Photocopy of an extensive history of Jack Ruby. The history gives information about his medical history, school history, work history, family history, personality, and previous offenses.
[Information Report by Gordon Currie]
Photocopy of an information report written by Gordon Currie, Australian Artist-Correspondent for News Ltd. of Australia. The report is illegible.
[Intelligence Report - Anthony Francis Caterine, January 27, 1964]
Intelligence report to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lt. Jack Revill concerning Anthony Francis Caterine, aka Paul or Tony Caterine. Mr. Caterine is reported to be the part owner of the Castaway Club.
[Intelligence Report - Associates of Jack Leon Ruby, January 27, 1964]
Intelligence report to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lt. Jack Revill listing names, addresses and phone numbers of associates of Jack Ruby.
[Intelligence Report by A. J. Carroll, Jr.]
Intelligence report by A. J. Carroll, Jr. concerning Peter Gregonis.
[Intelligence Report - Peter Gregonis]
Intelligence report concerning the subject Peter Gregonis. Mr. Gregonis came to Dallas from New Orleans on November 25, 1970 to demonstrate for the innocence of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Intelligence Report to Captain W. P. Gananway, January 27, 1964]
Intelligence Report from Detective M. H. Brumley to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lieutenant Jack Revill listing all the names and phone numbers of associates of Jack Ruby
[Letter from David H. Martin to Police Chief - September 27, 1976]
Letter from David H. Martin to Dallas Police Chief, concerning the release of Dallas Police Department documents relating to the assassination of John F. Kennedy under the Freedom of Information Act.
[Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin, April 27, 1964]
Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin regarding a translated letter written in Polish offering additional information on Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald for $1,000.
[Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin, April 27, 1964]
Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin tracking the receipt of a letter to be translated from the Polish language.
[Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin to Chief J. E. Curry, April 27, 1964]
Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin to Chief J. E. Curry, concerning the receipt of a letter to be translated from the Polish language.
[Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin to J. E. Curry, April 27, 1964]
Letter from J. Gordon Shanklin to J. E. Curry, enclosing a translation of a letter originally written in Polish, which claims that Jack Ruby killed President Kennedy and set the police onto Lee Harvey Oswald to take attention away from himself.
[Letter from Joseph Task to Lee Harvey Oswald, March 27, 1963]
Photocopy of a letter from Joseph Task to Lee Harvey Oswald, on March 27, 1963, thanking him for a letter and informing him that his name has been sent to the Young Socialist Alliance due to his age.
[Letter from William J. Duppy to J. E. Curry - November 27, 1963]
Letter from William J. Duppy, Director of the Chicago Police Department's Intelligence Division to Dallas Chief of Police J. E. Curry regarding the latter's request to run an analysis as to whether Jack Ruby was the same person mentioned in the Chicago Police Department's records. The search was negative.
[Letter to Chief J. E. Curry - Corsicana Daily Sun Clipping, February 19, 1964]
Part of a criminal intelligence report by detective W. S. Biggio which states that source thought that Mrs. Ruth Paine's maiden name was Hidell, a surname used as a cover-up by Lee Harvey Oswald. It was confirmed that Mrs. Ruth Paine's maiden name was, in fact, Hyde. The document is a newspaper clipping from the Corsicana Daily Sun. A photograph shows Lee Harvey Oswald posing with his weapons.
[Letter to J. E. Curry and W. P. Gannaway from William J. Duffy, November 27, 1963]
Photocopy of a letter addressed to Chief Jesse E. Curry and Captain W. P. Gannaway states that no mentions of Jack Ruby occur in the records of the Chicago Police Department. An investigator's report is attached to the letter.
[Letter to Waggoner Carr by Herbert C. Holdridge, November 27, 1963 #1]
Photocopy of a letter which is addressed to Attorney General Waggoner Carr. The letter, which was written by Herbert C. Holdridge, states that more concern should be made for President Lyndon Johnson's place in the assassination of President Kennedy.
[Letter to Waggoner Carr by Herbert C. Holdridge, November 27, 1963 #2]
Photocopy of a letter which is addressed to Attorney General Waggoner Carr. The letter, which was written by Herbert C. Holdridge, states that more concern should be made for President Lyndon Johnson's place in the assassination of President Kennedy.
[Magazine article by Harold Feldman]
Magazine article by Harold Feldman from "The Nation", entitled "Oswald and the FBI".
[Memo to Charles Batchelor from David B. Hudgins, February 27, 1967]
Memo to Chief Batchelor regarding the inventory of property belonging to Jack Ruby. Items include jewelry, clothing, correspondence, checks, and receipts.
[Memo to J. E. Curry by W. P. Gannaway, November 27, 1963]
Photocopy of an office memorandum addressed to Chief Jesse E. Curry of the Dallas Police Department. The memorandum states that Jack Ruby was charged with murder in connection with the death of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Memo to J. W. Fritz from W. P. Gannaway, November 27, 1963]
Photocopy of an office memorandum written by Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. In the report, Gannaway states that a wine and beer permit was issued to the Carousel Club in March of 1961.
[Memo to J. W. Fritz from W. P. Gannaway, November 27, 1963]
Photocopy of a letter written by E. E. Carlson of the Dallas Police Department. The letter is regarding an interrogation of Jack Ruby with the FBI.
[Memo to Jack Revill by L. D. Stringfellow, November 27, 1963]
Office memorandum addressed to lieutenant Jack Revill. The memo, which was written by L. D. Stringfellow, states that Tony Vidales received a phone call from a Spanish speaking maid. The woman believed that the people she worked for had an association with Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Memorandum - Anonymous Caller, November 27, 1963]
Memorandum from L. D. Stringfellow to Lt. Jack Revill concerning an anonymous caller with information about Lee Harvey Oswald. The caller was a Spanish speaking woman that said she worked as a maid.
[Memorandum by Henry Wade, January 27, 1964]
Memo, titled "Undeveloped Lead - Ruby Case," gives information regarding a lead. Lee Harvey Oswald and Ruby were said to have visited the B & B Cafe together.
[The Nation Clipping - Harold Feldman Article, January 27, 1964]
Photocopy of magazine article from "The Nation" titled: "Oswald and the FBI." The article was written by Harold Feldman.
[Newspaper Clipping and Photograph of Candy Barr]
Newspaper article and photograph of Juanita Dale Phillips, also known as Candy Barr. The headline is "Husband Shot By Stripper Here."
[Newspaper Clipping: Carr Calling Inquiry To Show No 'Cover Up']
Newspaper clipping of an article titled "Carr Calling Inquiry To Show No 'Cover Up.'" The article discusses the investigation by Attorney General Waggoner Carr of the assassination of President Kennedy. The inquiry was deemed necessary due to the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin, was shot to death by police officers on the previous Sunday.
[Newspaper Clipping Concerning a New Investigation]
Photocopy of a newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, concerning interest in a new investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
[Newspaper Clipping Concerning Investigations by Jim Garrison]
Photocopy of a newspaper clipping concerning Jim Garrison's investigations into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
[Newspaper Clipping Concerning New Orleans District Attorney Investigations]
Photocopy of a newspaper clipping concerning investigations of Edgar Eugene Bradley and Clay Shaw, by New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison.
[Newspaper Clipping: Garrison Claims Oswald Tipped FBI]
Newspaper clipping taken from the Dallas Morning News. The clipped article states that District Attorney Jim Garrison of New Orleans, Louisiana believes that Lee Harvey Oswald tipped off the FBI several months before his assassination attempt.
[Newspaper Clipping: LA Issues Complaint on Bradley]
Newspaper clipping taken from the Dallas Morning News. The clipped article states that Edgar Eugene Bradley was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit murder in the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy.
[Note concerning a complaint about three men in a car]
Typed note by E. R. Beck concerning a woman's complaint about three men in a car at a stoplight. Beck describes the details of the woman's observations and complaint.