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[Aerial View of Parkdale Lake and White Rock Lake]
Photograph is an aerial view of Parkdale Lake in the foreground and White Rock Lake in the Background.
[Affidavit by Sergio Arcacha Smith]
Affidavit of Sergio Arcacha Smith, concerning a request for questioning by New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison.
[Arrest Report for Sergio Arcacha]
Arrest report on investigative prisoner Sergio Vincente Arcacha Smith. He was arrested upon being charged with intent to commit a burglary.
[Authorized Permit for Autopsy]
Authorized permit for the autopsy of Jack Ruby, signed by Judge W. E. Richburg.
[Autopsy Report by Earl F. Rose Concerning Jack Ruby, February 1, 1967]
Autopsy report by Earl F. Rose sent to Judge W. E. Richburg concerning the autopsy of Jack Ruby, stating the cause of death.
[Card with Name]
Photocopy of a card on which the name "Mr. Sergio Acacha" is written in capital letters.
[Cards Requesting Record Check]
Photocopy of cards which were used to request the arrest records for six individuals.
[Certificate of Death for Jack Ruby]
Certificate of Death for Jack Ruby, who died from cancer on January 3, 1967.
[Correspondence with Emory L. Brown, November 1967]
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.
[Criminal Intelligence Report by D. K. Rodgers]
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.
[Criminal Intelligence Report by D. K. Rodgers to Captain W. F. Dyson]
Criminal intelligence report by D. K. Rodgers to Captain W. F. Dyson, concerning the extradition of Sergio Arcacha in relation to Jim Garrison's assassination conspiracy investigation.
[Criminal Intelligence Report by W. S. Biggio]
Criminal intelligence report by W. S. Biggio concerning a post office box that was used by Lee Harvey Oswald, under the name Lee Odom. The report includes details of the listings on the post office box.
[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.
[Criminal Intelligence Report: Documents Regarding Sergio Arcacha]
Intelligence report compiled by the Dallas Police Department Criminal Intelligence Section on Sergio Arcacha (Smith) including a "Bill of Particulars" from his attorneys, affadavits, polygraph transcriptions, and photocopies of relevant articles.
[Criminal Intelligence Report: Documents Regarding Sergio Arcacha]
Intelligence report compiled by the Dallas Police Department Criminal Intelligence Section on Sergio Arcacha (Smith) including a "Bill of Particulars" from his attorneys, affadavits, polygraph transcriptions, and photocopies of relevant articles.
[Criminal Intelligence Report: Jack S. Martin, July 6, 1967]
Intelligence report signed by Detective D. K. Rodgers regarding Edward Stewart Suggs (aka, Jack S. Martin). A police report pertaining to Mr. Suggs is attached to the intelligence report.
[Criminal Intelligence Report: Jack S. Martin, July 6, 1967]
Intelligence report signed by Detective D. K. Rodgers regarding Edward Stewart Suggs (aka, Jack S. Martin). A police report pertaining to Mr. Suggs is attached to the intelligence report.
[Criminal Intelligence Report - Mark Lane, March 23, 1967]
Intelligence report to Captain W. F. Dyson concerning an interview conducted by Playboy Magazine with Mark Lane. Poor quality photocopy of article attached.
[Criminal Intelligence Report on Beverly L. Horton]
Criminal intelligence report by T. T. Wardlaw to Captain W. F. Dyson. The report is regarding the arrest of Beverly L. Horton for dropping buttons with the words "Where is Lee Harvey Oswald now that we really need him?" written on them, at the Love Field Air Terminal. A photograph of Mr. Horton and an arrest report are included.
[Criminal Intelligence Report on George De Mohrenschildt]
Criminal intelligence report by A. J. Carroll, Jr. to Captain W. F. Dyson concerning George De Mohrenschildt, a personal friend of Lee Harvey Oswald and Marina Oswald.
[Criminal Intelligence Report on Jim Garrison's Investigation]
Criminal intelligence report by A. J. Carroll, Jr. to Captain W. F. Dyson, concerning the New Orleans investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Photocopies of newspaper articles from the Dallas Times Herald relating to the investigation are included.
[Criminal Intelligence Report on Michael R. Payne]
Criminal intelligence report by A. J. Carroll, Jr. to Captain W. F. Dyson. The report is regarding an automobile parked in the driveway of Michael R. Payne, associate of Lee Harvey Oswald and Marina Oswald.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to W. F. Dyson by D. K. Rodgers, March 3, 1967 #1]
Criminal intelligence report which was written by detective D. K. Rodgers of the Dallas Police Department. Rodgers gives a breakdown on the intents and relationships between various individuals, particularly with regard to Cuban refugee Sergio Arcacha.
[Criminal Intelligence Report to W. F. Dyson by D. K. Rodgers, March 3, 1967 #2]
Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. F. Dyson in regards to the Hugh Aynesworth interview.
[Cross Reference Sheets from Garrison Investigation]
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?"
[Dallas Times Herald Clipping, March 25, 1967]
Dallas Times Herald clipping titled "Garrison Moves to Get Witnesses." The article includes information pertaining to warrants issued by District Attorney Jim Garrison.
[Dealey Plaza Kennedy Assassination Plaque]
Photograph of a plaque detailing the Kennedy assassination at Dealey Plaza.
[Dealey Plaza Map of Kennedy Assassination]
Photograph of a plaque that details the path to the assassination of J. F. Kennedy.
[Dealey Plaza Plaques]
Photograph of two black plaques in front of marble columns.
[Dealey Plaza Plaques 2]
Photograph of two black plaques that describe the Kennedy assassination.
[Envelope]
Envelope which once contained newspaper clippings from Box 18 of the Dallas Police Department's records.
[Fingerprints of Jack Ruby]
Fingerprints of Jack Ruby, who died of cancer at Parkland Hospital on January 3rdm 1967.
[Form Requesting Copies from Identification Bureau #1]
Form from the Crime Scene Search Section of the Identification Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The form requests that the Identification Bureau make copies of a S. O. F. P. C. card so that a comparison can be made of fingerprints.
[Form Requesting Copies from Identification Bureau #2]
Form from the Crime Scene Search Section of the Identification Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The form requests that the Identification Bureau make copies of a S. O. F. P. C. card so that a comparison can be made of fingerprints.
[Form Requesting Process of Letter for Prints]
Form from the Crime Scene Search Section of the Identification Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The form requests that a letter be examined for fingerprints.
[Fountain at Dealey Plaza]
Photograph of a pool of water with several small fountains in the middle.
[Fountain at Dealey Plaza 2]
Photograph of a still pool with fountains in the center.
[Fountain at Dealey Plaza 3]
Photograph of a rectangular pool with three fountains in the center.
[Fountain at Dealey Plaza 4]
Photograph of a rectangular pool with three fountains in the center.
[Golf-Themed Cake]
Photograph of a cake with a golfer and fisher figurines on the top and a flag that reads "No. 5 Green East."
[Handshake at Podium]
Photograph of two older men shaking hands at a podium.
[Handwritten Note Concerning Jack Ruby Investigation]
Autopsy report by Earl F. Rose sent to Judge W. E. Richburg concerning the autopsy of Jack Ruby, stating the cause of death.
[Intelligence Report - Dallas Morning News Clipping, February 23, 1967]
Intelligence report including clippings from the Dallas Morning News dated February 23, 1967. The articles are titled "Probe Figure Found Dead," "Investigation Called Big Joke by Ferrie," and "Exhuming of Body Requested." The articles include information pertaining to Jim Garrison's investigation.
[Intelligence Report - Marguerite C. Oswald, April 10, 1967]
Intelligence report addressed to Captain W. F. Dyson in regards to Marguerite C. Oswald. Mrs. Oswald was asked for an interview from two men claiming to work for AP News.
[Intelligence Report - Post Office Box 19106, May 17, 1967]
Criminal intelligence report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald's use of a post office box under the name of Lee Odom. The report was sent by detective W. S. Biggio to Captain W. F. Dyson on May 17, 1967.
[Interview with Mark Lane in Playboy Magazine #3]
Poor quality photocopies of a magazine article which appeared in Playboy Magazine. The article features an extensive interview with Mark Lane, an attorney and author, who is critical of the Warren Commission's assessment of the assassination of President Kennedy.
[Letter from Earl F. Rose to W. E. Richburg, February 1, 1967]
Letter from Earl F. Rose to Justice of the Peace W. E. Richburg concerning the autopsy of Jack Ruby. Rose states the immediate cause of death as pulmonary emboli, secondary to bronchiolar carcinoma of the lungs.
[Letter from Earl F. Rose to W. E. Richburg, January 4, 1967]
Letter from Earl F. Rose to Justice of the Peace W. E. Richburg, concerning the autopsy of Jack Ruby and including an attached Authorized Permit for Autopsy.
[Letter from Earl F. Rose to W. E. Richburg, January 4, 1967]
Letter from Earl F. Rose to Judge W. E. Richburg, on January 4, 1967, concerning the autopsy of Jack Ruby.
[Letter from Frank P. Hernandez to Jim Garrison, February 13, 1967]
Photocopy of a letter from Frank P. Hernandez to New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, discussing Sergio Arcacha Smith.