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[Two Cards Belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald]
Photographs of two cards belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald: a Selective Service card, and a U.S. Forces, Japan identification card.
[Two Commanding Officers in Front of a Biplane at Love Field]
Album page with photograph of two commanding officers in front of a biplane. General Cochran (Camp Bowie Commanding Officer) and Major Sneed (Love Field Commanding Officer) are standing in front of the wings.
[Two Girls Displaying Tomatoes]
Photograph of two girls displaying tomatoes at the Dallas Farmer's Market. The tomatoes are displayed on a table in front of the girls.
[Two Girls Holding Melons]
Photograph of two girls holding melons at the Dallas Farmer's Market. Melons sit on the floor next to them. A man sits on a chair behind them.
[Two Girls Playing on Tree at Parkdale Park]
Photograph of two girls, one standing and one sitting on a leaning tree, at Parkdale Park.
Two Letters of Interest to Dallas Folks
Two letters to John E. Surratt, secretary of the Kessler Plan Association, printed on the same page. The first is from J. C. Nichols, suggesting that the Association postpone the election for bond issues (rather than holding them during a regular municipal election). The second letter is from F. W. A. Vesper discussing reasons that bond measures did not pass in Kansas City, Missouri.
[Two Men at Podium]
Photograph of a man with thick dark glasses and an older man with speech notes.
[Two men in Biplane at Love Field]
Album page with photograph of two men sitting inside of a biplane. One of the men is a commanding officer associated with Camp Bowie.
[Two Men in Suits at Podium]
Photograph of a man with thick glasses and a suit standing at the podium next to an African American in a black suit.
[Two Men in Uniform; Aerial View of Love Field]
Album page with two photographs. The first shows A. W. Comings and C. G. Brenneman in uniform. The second shows an aerial view of Love Field at an altitude of 1800 ft.
[Two Men on Shooting Range]
Photograph of a man wearing a coat and baseball hat aiming a rifle while a man stands behind him holding a rope at Elm Fork Park.
[Two Men Speaking at Podium]
Photograph of two men standing and talking at a podium. The older man's name is Jack Goforth and the younger's name is Grover Keeton.
[Two People Standing at Produce Section]
Photograph of two people standing at a produce section of the Dallas Farmer's Market. Cantaloupes are situated in front of two stands, on which small baskets of produce are organized.
[Two Young Women Standing Beside Flagpole]
Photograph of two young women wearing dresses standing next to a flagpole with an American flag flying at Exline Park.
[Typed Excerpt from an Interview with Chief J. E. Curry]
Typed note of an excerpt from a recording by KRLD-TV of an interview with Chief J. E. Curry, concerning of the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed excerpt from recording of an interview with Chief J. E. Curry]
Typed note by an unknown author of an excerpt from the recording of an interview by KRLD-TV with Chief J. E. Curry, concerning the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed illegible note]
Photocopy of an illegible note typed on a card.
[Typed Inventory of Jack Ruby's Property, November 25, 1963]
Typed inventory of property belonging to Jack Ruby.
[Typed note by an unknown author]
Typed note by an unknown author with the words "9 arrests" on the front.
[Typed Note by Bill Decker]
Typed note by Bill Decker, concerning the receipt of telegrams for Jack Ruby.
[Typed Note by James P. Hosty]
Photocopy of a note typed by Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent James P. Hosty, concerning recovered property.
[Typed Note Concerning The Arraignment of Jack Ruby, November 24, 1963]
Typed noted by an unknown author concerning the arraignment of Jack Ruby for Lee Harvey Oswald's Murder
[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.
[Typed Report Regarding Ann Moore]
Typed report by an unknown author with information from Michigan Police regarding Ann More, a former employee of Jack Ruby.
[Typed Rough Draft of a Report on the Interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald]
Typed rough draft of a report with handwritten corrections, concerning the interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed Statement by Alvis R. Brock]
Typed statement by Alvis R. Brock concerning officer's assignments, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by B. G. Patterson]
Typed statement by B. G. Patterson concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Billy J. Maxey]
Typed statement by Sergeant Billy J. Maxey, stating that he did not see Jack Ruby prior to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed Statement by C. E. Calbert]
Typed statement by C. E. Talbert concerning officer's assignments, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by C. G. Lewis]
Typed statement by C. G. Lewis concerning officer's assignment during the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by D. F. Steele]
Typed statement by D. F. Steele concerning officer's assignments, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by D. K. Erwin]
Typed statement by D. K. Erwin concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by D. L. Pate]
Typed statement by D. L. Pate concerning officer's assignments and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed Statement by F. M. Martin]
Typed statement by F. M. Martin, stating that he had nothing to add to his initial report.
[Typed Statement by George Butler]
Typed statement by George Butler concerning seeing Jack Ruby in the City Hall.
[Typed Statement by Gerald L. Tolbert]
Typed statement by Gerald L. Tolbert concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by H. J. Wages]
Typed statement by H. J. Wages concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by J. A. Putnam]
Typed statement by J. A. Putnam, concerning officer's assignments and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed Statement by J. H. Sawyer]
Typed statement by J. H. Sawyer concerning his interview with Deputy Chief M. W. Stevenson. The report includes Sawyer's statement regarding officer's assignments, the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by J. H. Sawyer]
Typed statement by J. H. Sawyer concerning officer's assignments, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Jerry D. Slocum]
Typed statement by Jerry D. Slocum, concerning officer's assignments, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Jerry Raz]
Typed statement by Jerry Raz concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Johnnie F. Newton]
Typed statement by Johnnie F. Newton concerning the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Kenneth K. Anderson]
Typed statement by Kenneth K. Anderson concerning officer's assignment, the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by L. C. Taylor]
Typed statement by L. C. Taylor concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by L. E. Jez]
Typed statement by L. E. Jez concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby. Jez states to have known Ruby for three years, but did not see him in or near City Hall prior to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald.
[Typed Statement by L. L. Fox]
Typed statement by L. L. Fox concerning officer's assignment and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by M. E. Farris]
Typed statement by M. E. Farris concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by Marvin L. Wise]
Typed statement by Marvin L. Wise concerning officer's assignments and familiarity with Jack Ruby.
[Typed Statement by O. A. Jones]
Typed statement by O. A. Jones, stating that he could add nothing further to his initial report.