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[Report to W. P. Gannaway by F. A. Hellinghausen, February 19, 1964]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective F. A. Hellinghausen, states that Marjorie Ruth Norman is in the process of getting a divorce from Omar Ethier. She was at one point employed as a waitress for Jack Ruby.
Date: February 19, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by F. A. Hellinghausen, February 20, 1964]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective F. A. Hellinghausen, states that Arthur J. Wilson operates a Phillips 66 service station. Jack Ruby was a patron at his establishment. Wilson did not know Lee Harvey Oswald.
Date: February 20, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by F. A. Hellinghausen, February 21, 1964]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective F. A. Hellinghausen, states that Harvey N. Baker received anti-Irish and anti-Jewish literature in the mail. Baker was concerned about the literature and did not know how his name and address was put on the mailing list.
Date: February 21, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by F. A. Hellinghausen, January 29, 1964 #1]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department. The report, which was submitted by F. A. Hellinghausen, presents a list of toll calls placed from the Carousel Club, the Vegas Club, Jack Ruby's residence, and Eva Grant's residence.
Date: January 29, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by F. A. Hellinghausen, January 29, 1964 #2]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department. The report, which was submitted by F. A. Hellinghausen, presents a list of toll calls placed from the Carousel Club, the Vegas Club, Jack Ruby's residence, and Eva Grant's residence.
Date: January 29, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by H. M. Hart and M. H. Brumley, April 10, 1964]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Secret Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detectives H. M. Brumley and M. H. Brumley, states that William Francis Beckman II was involved in a disturbance on the street with Billy Nowlin Lovelady. This disturbance occurred when Beckman tried to photograph Lovelady.
Date: April 10, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by L. D. Stringfellow, January 23, 1964 #2]

Description: Report to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department. The report, which was submitted by L. D. Stringfellow, states that Warren Edgar Coffman was employed at the Dr. Pepper Company in Dallas. He had poor credit. Coffman was arrested and charged with being drunk and disorderly in September of 1963.
Date: January 23, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by L. D. Stringfellow, March 11, 1964]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective L. D. Stringfellow, states that there were reports that Jack Ruby used his middle finger to pull the trigger on his revolver. Lt. Colonel Alfred Brinninger was interviewed and said that the army teaches to use the middle finger in instinct and combat shooting only.
Date: March 11, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by M. H. Brumley and P. M. Parks, February 18, 1964 #2]

Description: Criminal intelligence report by M. H. Brumley and P. M. Parks regarding an interview with Roy Edward Lewis. Lewis, who worked at the Texas School Book Depository, stated that he knew Lee Harvey Oswald on sight but did not associate with him. Lewis was standing in the entrance of the building when the President was assassinated.
Date: February 18, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by M. H. Brumley and P. M. Parks, February 18, 1964 #3]

Description: Criminal intelligence report by M. H. Brumley and P. M. Parks regarding an interview with Roy Edward Lewis. Lewis, who worked at the Texas School Book Depository, stated that he knew Lee Harvey Oswald on sight but did not associate with him. Lewis was standing in the entrance of the building when the President was assassinated.
Date: February 18, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by M. H. Brumley and V. J. Brian, January 31, 1964]

Description: Poor quality photocopy of a report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department. The report, which was submitted by detectives M. H. Brumley and V. J. Brian, states that an inmate claiming to know Jack Ruby may have information tying Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald. The inmate said that Ruby told him that Lee Harvey Oswald might be moved from Dallas, Texas to California.
Date: January 31, 1964
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Report to W. P. Gannaway by M. H. Brumley, December 3, 1963]

Description: Criminal intelligence report addressed to Captain W. P. Gannaway of the Special Service Bureau in Dallas, Texas. The report, which was submitted by detective M. H. Brumley, states that Johnny O'Dell is an employee of the Lone Star Mill & Lumber Company. Four weeks prior to the assassination of President Kennedy, O'Dell said that someone should shoot the President between the eyes. Upon hearing that the assassination had occurred, O'Dell told his fellow employees that he "couldn't do anything like that."
Date: December 3, 1963
Creator: Dallas (Tex.) Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives