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[Aerial View of Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is shown near Arcadia Drive, which runs from the right side of the photo to the bottom. A medium sized building surrounded by trees is visible in the center of the picture, and a residential area sits on top of the park.
[Aerial View of Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible near the center of picture by Arcadia Drive, which has a strip of partially tree-covered land running across its left side in the photo. The left side of the photo shows a residential area, while the right side shows empty land with some trees.
[Aerial View of Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible near the center of the photo and is partially covered by trees. Above the park, a residential area is shown.
[Aerial View of Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible near Arcadia Drive, which runs horizontally across the upper center of the picture. A residential area is visible below the park, while the area above the park is empty.
[Aerial View of Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park can be seen by Arcadia Drive, which runs vertically up the picture from the bottom left. Empty land is pictured to the left of the park, and residential area is shown to the right.
[Aerial View of Beverley Hills Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Beverly Hills Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is visible just below the center of the picture. Residential suburbs are visible to above and to the right of the park, while an area of dense trees sits to the left. Cars drive along Westmoreland Road and W Jefferson Boulevard in the back.
[Aerial View of Beverly Hills Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Beverly Hills Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The park is in the lower left portion of the picture, and residential areas are visible to its right and below. Westmoreland Road and Jefferson Boulevard are visible near the top of the photo.
[Aerial View of Bonnie View Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bonnie View Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, which contains a swimming pool and parking lot, sits near the center of the photograph and is surrounded by residential suburbs with some larger buildings visible to the left and bottom right.
[Aerial View of Bushman Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Bushman Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, which sits near the center of the photograph, shares an area of land with WW Bushman Elementary School. Power lines sit in front of the park, and residential suburbs surround the area.
[Aerial View of Churchill Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Churchill Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, which contains two baseball fields, a swimming pool, and a parking lot, sits in the center of the picture, below Churchill Way, and to the right of Breckenridge Drive. About six small buildings and a pond are visible on the subdivision to the left of the park.
[Aerial View of Crown Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Crown Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The square park is located to the right of Emerald Street and above Crown Road. It is surrounded by subdivisions containing scattered, small buildings, and Interstate 35E is visible in the top left corner of the picture.
[Aerial View of Crown Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of Crown Park and its surrounding area in Dallas, Texas. The park, located at the lower center of the picture, sits just below Interstate 35E and Emerald Street and to the right of Crown Road. It is surrounded by subdivisions containing buildings of varying sizes.
[Aerial View of Fields and Houses]
Aerial view of empty fields and houses on the left in the Dallas area.
[Aerial View of Houses and Trees]
Aerial view of houses and trees in the Dallas area.
[Aerial View of Houses and Trees]
Aerial view of houses and trees in the Dallas area.
[Aerial View of Houses from a Hill Top]
Aerial view of houses and trees in the Dallas area. The photo was taken from a hill top.
[Aerial View of North Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of North Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. The majority of the photo is empty land, which extends from the center of the photo to the bottom. Above this land, a residential suburban area and large road is visible.
[Aerial View of North Arcadia Park and Surrounding Area]
Photograph of North Arcadia Park and its surrounding area located in Dallas, Texas. A section of land partially covered in trees is seen near a blind alley, which extends towards a residential suburban area to the left.
[Arrest Report for George Senator]
Photocopy of an arrest report for George Senator. The report is illegible.
[The Confederate Memorial at Pioneer Park]
Photograph of the Confederate Memorial at Pioneer Park.
[Correspondence Between Chief Batchelor and John K. Lattimer, September 1968]
Correspondence between John K. Lattimer, M.D. and Chief Charles Batchelor. Lattimer requests forensic information regarding the assassination of President Kennedy. Batchelor responds that he is unable to provide further information.
[Criminal Intelligence Report - Dallas Morning News Clipping, September 12, 1963]
Intelligence report containing a clipping from the Dallas Times Herald dated September 11, 1967. The article is titled "Garrison Says Oswald Didn't Fire at JFK." The article contains information pertaining to the investigation being made by Jim Garrison.
[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.
[George de Mohrenschildt Background Report, September 3, 1964]
Criminal intelligence report concerning George De Mohrenschildt. Attached is a photocopy of a background report on De Mohrenschildt.
[Intelligence Report - Carousel Club, September 11, 1961]
Intelligence report to Captain W. P. Gannaway through Lt. Jack Revill concerning Jack Ruby. Mr. Ruby operates the Carousel Club.
[Investigatory Reports on George de Mohrenschildt #1]
Photocopies of a report which resulted from a confidential investigation into the background of George de Mohrenschildt. The report states that George de Mohrenschildt and his wife lived a "beatnik" lifestyle and were highly educated. An account of his credit report, arrest record, and marriage record is included. De Mohrenschildt was an acquaintance of Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife, Marina.
[Investigatory Reports on George de Mohrenschildt #2]
Photocopies of a report which resulted from a confidential investigation into the background of George de Mohrenschildt. The report states that George de Mohrenschildt and his wife lived a "beatnik" lifestyle and were highly educated. An account of his credit report, arrest record, and marriage record is included.
[Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, September 19, 1963 #1]
Photograph of a letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, on September 19, 1963. He speaks vaguely of Oswald's imminent move to Baltimore, and his residence in the Soviet Union.
[Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, September 19, 1963 #2]
Photocopy of a letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, on September 19, 1963. He speaks vaguely of Oswald's imminent move to Baltimore, and his residence in the Soviet Union.
[Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, September 19, 1963 #3]
Photocopy of a letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, on September 19, 1963. He speaks vaguely of Oswald's imminent move to Baltimore, and his residence in the Soviet Union.
[Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, September 19, 1963 #4]
Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, from the United States Communist Party. The letter is regarding Oswald's moving to Baltimore.
[Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, September 19, 1963 #5]
Letter from Arnold Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, from the United States Communist Party. The letter is regarding Oswald's moving to Baltimore.
[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 Fort Dodge, Iowa Police Superintendent Willis Belknap to Dallas, Texas Bureau of Identification Superintendent D. E. Walsh - 09/18/1933]
Letter from Willis Belknap, Superintendent of the Police Bureau of Identification of Fort Dodge, Iowa to D. E. Walsh, Superintendent of the Identification Bureau in Dallas, Texas informing him about the time Harvey J. Bailey was arrested in their town.
[Letter from Omaha Police Department Superintendent, Sgr. Dennison to Dallas, Texas Bureau of Identification Superintendent D. E. Walsh - 09/09/1933]
Letter from Sgr. Dennison, Superintendent of the City of Omaha Bureau of Identification to D. E. Walsh, Superintendent of the Dallas, Texas Bureau of Identification informing him of the records they have on Harvey J. Bailey.
[Letter from V. T. Lee to Lee Harvey Oswald, May 22, 1963 #3]
Letter from V. T. Lee to Lee Harvey Oswald, from Fair Play For Cuba Committee. The letter is regarding Oswald's change of address.
[Letter from V. T. Lee to Lee Harvey Oswald, May 22, 1963 #4]
Letter from V. T. Lee to Lee Harvey Oswald, from Fair Play For Cuba Committee. The letter is regarding Oswald's change of address.
[Letter to Lee Harvey Oswald from Arnold Johnson, September 19, 1963]
Two photocopies of a letter addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald. The letter, written by Arnold Johnson, regards Lee Harvey Oswald's intent to move to Baltimore and his residence in the Soviet Union.
[Memo by Sam C. Gonzales, September 19, 1984]
Memorandum by Sam C. Gonzales which informs individuals that, as the Identification Division still receives requests for documents relating to the Kennedy assassination, requests should be referred to the National Archives.
[Personnel Record for Roscoe Anthony White]
Microfilm copies of a personnel record for Roscoe Anthony White from the Dallas Police Department. The record includes application information, payment information, training records, and a resignation letter.
[Photograph of Joycee Construction Site]
Photograph of an aerial shot of a construction site. The back of the image labels the subject of the photo as "Joycee."
[Placing Riprap on Fishtrap Road]
Photograph of men placing riprap on Fishtrap Road. In the photograph, men work on the side of the road. A car is passing by on the road, which is situated on the left. Handwritten note on back: "Placing riprap on Firsk Trap [sic] Causeway by men of the Transient Camp on Sept 5, 1935 Lake Dallas Denton County."
[Prisoner Information Card for N. T. Cristopher - September 12, 1961]
Prisoner information card for N. T. Cristopher. Also includes a citation and a Corporation Court Complaint.
[Report from A. J. Carroll, Jr. to Captain W. F. Dyson, September 12, 1967]
Report from A. J. Carroll, Jr. to Captain W. F. Dyson, concerning New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison's investigation. A newspaper clipping from the Dallas Times Herald is attached.
[Rose Garden at Lake Cliff Park]
Photograph of vines growing on iron bars in front of a pool and two buildings.
[Undesirable Discharge by Armed Forces of Lee Harvey Oswald]
Photocopy of a document which served as an undesirable discharge of Lee Harvey Oswald from the United States Armed Forces.
Your Dallas of Tomorrow: A Master Plan for a Greater Dallas
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. It is presented in two parts: the character of the city (background information on the history, geography, economy, employment, zoning, etc.) and the scope of the city plan, which has specific details for a plan to improve land use, water supplies, transportation, recreational facilities, and other aspects of city administration.