Archive for August, 2010


List of Warren Commission Exhibits

VOLUME XVI

Exibit No.
Description
Page

1
Unsigned note to Marina Oswald.
1-2

2
Group of photographs.
3-4

3
Group of photographs. Including a photograph of the house of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker resigned, U.S. Army).
5

4
Group of photographs.
6

5
Photograph of the home of General Walker.
7-8

6
Letter from Marina Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated February 17, 1963.
9

7
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 6.
10

8
Letter from the Russian Embassy to Marina Oswald, dated March, 1963, with translation
11-12

9
Autobiography, application and questionnaire submitted by Marina Oswald to the Russian Embassy. Dated March 17, 1963, with translations.
13-20

10
Letter front the Russian Embassy to Marina Oswald, dated April 18, 1963. with translation.
21-22

11
Letter front the Russian Embassy to Marina Oswald, dated June 4, 1963, with translation.
23-24

12
Undated letter from Marina Oswald to the Russian Embassy, with translation.
25-29

13
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated July 1, 1963.
30

14
Letter from Marina Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated July 8. 1963, with translation.
32

15
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated November 9, 1963.
33

16
Envelope addressed to the Russian Embassy from Post Office Box 6225, Dallas, Tex, postmarked November 12, 1963.
34

17
Notebook with Spanish words and their Russian equivalents on some pages
35-36

18
Address book of Lee Harvey Oswald.
37-70

19
Envelope from the Russian Embassy Postmarked November 4, 1963.
71

20
Marina Oswald’s pharmacy diploma.
71-72

21
Marina Oswald’s union membership booklet.
73-77

22
Marina Oswald’s workbook
78-80

23
Marina Oswald’s draft registration certificate
81-93

24
Lee Harvey Oswald’s "Historic Diary".
94-105

25
Notes written by Lee Harvey Oswald on Holland-American Lines stationery.
106-122

26
Document entitled "Information on Persons Departing for Abroad" filled out by Marina Oswald.
123-124

27-28
Russian questionnaires filled out by Marina Oswald.
125-136

29
Marina Oswald’s passport.
137-145

30
Telegram from "Tarusina" to Marina Oswald, dated December 19.
146

31
Letter from Elya Soboleva to Marina Oswald, dated November 1, 1962.
147

32
Letter from "Eleanora" to the Oswalds, dated November 22, 1961; letter to the Oswalds, dated February 24, 1962; undated letter from "Anita" to the Oswalds.
151-154

33
Undated letter from Alexander Ziger to Marina and "Alek" Oswald.
155-156

34
Note from the Russian Embassy, dated May 25, 1962. 158
157

35
Envelope from E. Dzhuganyan addressed to Marina Oswald, postmarked April 20, 1962.
158

36
Undated letter from "E. N." to Marina Oswald.
159-161

37
Undated note from Marina Oswald to "Aleck."
162

38
Letter from "Olya, Kolya, and Yulya" to Marina and "Alek" Oswald, dated May 17, 1963.
163-166

39
Two pages of an incomplete letter to Marina Oswald, dated August 27, 1962.
167-168

40
Scrap of paper with some writing from "Aleck."
169

41
Note from Aunt Lyuba and Uncle Vasya to Marina Oswald, dated February 18, 1962.
169-170

42
Undated letter from "Pavel" to Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald.
171-174

43
Paper dated .January 7. 196,3, with incomplete phrases.
175

44
A few lines beginning an incomplete letter to "Inessa," dated January 7, 1963.
176

45
Undated note from "Inessa, Anita, Olga Petrovna" to Marina Oswald.
177-178

46
Undated letter to Marina Oswald.
179

47
Undated letter from "Tolya" to Marina Oswald.
180

48
Paper with address of Lydia Dynmitruk.
181

49
Draft of an autobiography written by Marina Oswald for the Russian Consulate.
182-183

50
Letter from "Brick" to Marina Oswald, dated January 28, 1961.
184-185

51
Letter from "Aunt Valyn and Uncle Illya" to Marina Oswald, dated January 24, 1963.
186-189

52
Undated note from "Alek" to Marina Oswald; an undated note from "Alek and Inessa" to Marina Oswald.
190

53
A fragment of an aria from Tchaikovsky’s opera "The Queen of Spades".
191

54
Undated letter from "Lyala" to Marina Oswald.
192

55
Letter from "Alek" to Marina Oswald, dated October 22, 1961, with envelope.
193-195

56
Letter from "Alex" to Marina Oswald, dated October 18, 1961, with envelope.
196-197

57
Unsigned letter to Marina Oswald, dated November 22, with envelope.
198-202

58
Note from "Aleck" to Marina and June Oswald, dated February 17. 205
203-204

59
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 20.
205

60
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 18.
206

61
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 21; and an unsigned, undated note to Marina Oswald.
207-208

62
Letter from "Anna" to Marina Oswald, dated December 2, 1962.
209-211

63
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 15, 1962.
212

64
Note from Marina Oswald to "Papa," dated February 20, 1962
213-215

65
Letter from "Brick" to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated August 22, 1962.
216

66 A-B
Notes from "Alek" to Marina Oswald.
216-217

66-C
Note from "Inessa" to Marina Oswald.
218

66-D
Envelope addressed to Marina Oswald, Kharkov, from Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
219

66 B-F
Notes from "Inessa" to Marina Oswald.
220-222

66-0
Note from "Alek" to Marina Oswald.
223

66-H
Note from "Aunt Lyuba" to Marina Oswald.
224-225

66-I
Note from "Alek" to Marina Oswald, dated October 14.
226

67
Photograph of Galina KbontuLeva, with writing on reverse side.
227

68-A
Post card postmarked New Orleans, April 1963, addressed to Marina Oswald, from Lee Harvey Oswald.
228

68-B
Post card postmarked Vernon, Tex., November 25, 1961, addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Oswald, Minsk.
229

69-A
Post card postmarked New Orleans, May 3, 1963, addressed to Marina Oswald from Lee Harvey Oswald.
230

69-B
Post card addressed to Marina Oswald in Minsk.
231

70
Post card addressed to "Marina and Oleg" from the Medvedov family.
232

71-A
Envelope postmarked October 7, 1963, addressed to Marina Oswald at the address of Ruth Paine
233

71-B
Envelope postmarked July 22, 1963, addressed to Marina Oswald, from Ruth Paine.
233

72
Letter from Patrice Lmnumba University to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 3, 1961.
234

73-A
Certificate of smallpox vaccination for June Oswald.
235

73-B
Scrap of paper with Anna Meller’s address and telephone number.
235

74
Library card for Lee Harvey Oswald for V. I. Lenin Memorial State Library of the U.S.S.R.
236

75
Letter from Galina Khontuleva to Marina Oswald, dated September 29, 1963, with envelope.
237-241

76
Letter from Robert .1. Fitzpatrick, S. S., to Marina Oswald, dated August 7, 1963, with envelope.
242-244

77
Undated Letter from Galina Khontuleva to Marina Oswald.
245-250

78
Letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated August 24, 1963, with envelope.
251-254

79
Letter from Pavel Golavachov to the Oswalds dated September 29. 1963.
255-260

80
Two receipts written by Marina Oswald, dated December 2, 1963.
261

81
Receipt written by Marina Oswald, dated December 2, 196W
262

82
Letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated May 16, 1963. 265
263-264

83
Photograph of a young boy with a rocking horse, with writing on reverse side.
265

84
An unused envelope.
266

85
Envelope addressed to Marina Oswald. Kliarkov, from Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
267

86
Envelope addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex., from Eric Titoviets, Minsk.
268

87
Envelope addressed to Lee Harvey Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex., from Pavel Golovachev, Minsk.
269

88-89
Letter from Elya Soboleva to Marina Oswald, dated December 10, 1962 with envelope.
270-277

90
Two letters from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 14 and July 21.
278-283

91
Envelope addressed to Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald from Ernst Titoviets.
284

92
Typed narrative concerning Russia, by Lee Harvey Oswald.
285-336

93
Notes by Lee Harvey Oswald on his background.
337-346

94-95
Duplicates of part of Commission Exhibit No. 92.
347-420

96
Notes by Oswald entitled "A New Era".
421

97
Notes by Oswald re Communist Party of the United States.
422-430

98
Notes by Oswald entitled ‘A System Opposed to the Communists".
431-434

99
Biographical notes of Lee Harvey Oswald.
435

100
Self-questionnaire by Lee Harvey Oswald.
436-439

101
Portion of Lee Harvey Oswald’s Historic Diary".
440

102
Notes for a speech by Lee Harvey Oswald.
441-442

103
Draft of letter written by Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy (Commission Exhibit No. 15).
443-444

104
Address Book of Marina Oswald.
445-446

105
Notebook of Lee Harvey Oswald.
447-451

106
Notebook of Marina Oswald.
452-474

107
Lee Harvey Oswald’s pass for the factory in Minsk.
475

108-109
Lyrics of a Russian song.
476-478

110
Sheet of paper with Russian writing and English interlineated translations.
479-480

111
Book written in Russian.
481-482

112
Uncompleted application by Lee Harvey Oswald for a Texas driver’s license. Commission
483-484

113
Texas Driver’s Handbook.
485

114
Pair of binoculars.
485

115
Rubber stamp marking kit.
486

116
Spanish-English dictionary.
487-489

117
Sheet of paper with penciled markings.
490

118
Newspaper clipping.
491

119-120

121
Various medical items.
492

122
Various articles, including small stamp pad, two marking devices, pocket flashlight, fountain pen. and four small bottles of "Pentids 400".
493

123
Various medical items.
493

124

125
Steel index card box.
494

126
Blue zipper handbag.
494

127
Blue suitcase.
494

128
Map of the city of Fort Worth, Tex.
495-498

129
Marina Oswald’s birth certificate.
499-500

130
Copy of Marina Oswald’s birth certificate.
501

131
Duplicate of copy of Marina Oswald’s birth certificate.
502

132
Letter from Pavel Golovachev to Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald, dated September 15, 1962 and envelope addressed to Marina Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex., from Elyn Soboleva, Leningrad.
503-509

133 A-B
Photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald holding a rifle.
510

134
Enlargement of Commission Exhibit No. 133-A.
510

135
Mail-order coupon in name of A. J. Hidell.
511

136
Camera.
511

137-138

139
Mannlicher-Carcano rifle, serial No. C2766 (this rifle will subsequently be referred to as "the C2766" rifle).
512

140
Green and brown blanket.
513

141
6.5-millimueter cartridge.
513

142
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building after the assassination.
513

143
.38 caliber revolver, serial No. V510210 (this revolver will be subsequently referred to as the V510210 revolver).
513

144
Holster for a revolver.
514

145
Two .38 cartridges.
514

146
Man’s brown shoes.
514

147
Man’s black shoes.
514

148
Man’s sandals.
514

149
Photograph of man’s black shoes.
514

150
Man’s brown shirt.
515

151
Man’s light-brown cotton long-sleeved sport shirt.
515

152
Top portion of man’s pajamas.
516

153-155
Man’s blue short-sleeved sport shirts.
516-517

156-157
Man’s gray cotton slacks.
518

158
Man’s black trousers.
518

159
Olive-black-and-white sweater.
519

160
Blue short-sleeved sport shirt.
519

161
Tan slipover sweater.
520

162
Gray zipper Jacket.
520

163
Blue zipper jacket.
521

164
Man’s blood-stained shirt.
521

165-168
Photographs taken at the funeral of Lee Harvey Oswald.
522-523

169
Newspaper clipping entitled "Mrs. Oswald Offered Home."
524

170-179
Photographs taken at the funeral of Lee Harvey Oswald.
525-529

180
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, with envelope.
530-531

181
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated August 3, 1961, with envelope.
532-533

182
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated October 2, 1961, with envelope.
534-536

183
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated October 22, 1959, with envelope.
537-540

184
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated November 8, 1901, with envelope.
541-543

185
Letter from Marina Oswald (written by Lee Harvey Oswald), to Marguerite Oswald, dated November 23, with envelope.
544-545

186
Christmas card from Lee Harvey add Marina Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, with envelope.
546-547

187
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated December 13, 1961, with envelope.
548-550

188
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated December 20, with envelope.
551-553

189
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 2, with envelope.
554-557

190
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 23, with envelope.
558-559

191
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 20, with envelope.
560-561

192
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated February 1, 1962, with envelope.
562-563

193
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated February 9, 1962, with envelope.
564-566

194
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated February 15, with envelope.
567-569

195
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated February 24, with envelope.
570-572

196
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated March 28, with envelope.
573-575

197
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated April 22, with envelope.
576-577

198
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, dated May 30, 1962.
578

199
Note addressed "to whom it may concern" signed "Mrs. M. Oswald," dated October 2, 1955.
579

200
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, with
580

201
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald.
581-582

202
Note from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald, with a check dated December 18, 1959, and envelope.
583

203
Photograph taken at the time of the assassination of the Presidential limousine in front of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
584

204
Documents relating to Lee Harvey Oswald’s discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps.
585-592

205
Transcription of a letter from Marguerite Oswald to the U.S. Marine Corps, dated June 10, 1960.
593

206
Letter from Mrs. Marguerite Oswald to Secretary of State Christian Herter, dated March 7, 1960.
594-595

207
Copy of letter from George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated March 30, 1960.
596

208
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to George Haselton, Department of State, dated June 18, 1960.
597

209
Copy of letter from V. Harwood Blocker, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated June 22, 1960.
598

210
Copy of letter from Jobmi T. White, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated July 7, 1960.
599

211
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John T. White, Department of State, dated July 16, 1960.
600

212
Copy of letter from John T. White, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated July 21, 1960.
601

213
Copy of letter from George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated March 22, 1961.
602

214
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to George Haselton, Department of State, dated March 27, 1961.
603

215
Copy of letter from George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated April 7, 1961.
604

216
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to George Haselton, Department of State, dated April 9, 1961.
605-606

217
Copy of letter from Denmnan Stanlield, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated May 25, 1961.
607

218
Copy of letter from Dennmaa Stantield, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated June 21, 1961.
608

219
Copy of letter from Denmuan Stantield, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated August 10, 1961.
609

220
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to Denmuami Stanfleld. Department of State, dated August 25, 1961.
610

221
Copy of Department of State wire from Aliwyn C. Donaldson to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 12, 1902.
611

222
Copy of letter front George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 25, 1962.
612

223
Copy of letter from George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated February 1, 1962.
613

224
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to Frances Jamnes, Department of State, dated May 25, 1962, with envelope.
614-615

225
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to George Haselton, Department of State, dated May 25, 1962.
617-618

226
"Speed letter" from George Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated June 1, 1962.
619

227
Copy of letter from Robert 1. Owen, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated June 7, 1962.
620

228
Application form filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald on March 4, 1959 for entry in the Albert Schweitzer College.
621-625

229
Letter from Prof. Hans Casparis, Albert Schweitzer College, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated March 22, 1960, with envelope.
626-627

230
Copy of letter from E. Weibel, Albert Schweitzer College, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated March 28, 1959.
628

231
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to Prof. Hans Casparis, Albert Schweitzer College, dated April 6, 1960, with envelope.
629-630

232
Letter from Prof. Hans Casparis. Albert Schweitzer College, to Marguerite Oswald, dated April 20, 1960, with envelope.
631

233
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to Prof. Hans Casparis, Albert Schweitzer College, dated June 6, 1960.
632

234
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Albert Schweitzer College, dated June 19, 1959. 634
633

235
Letter from B. Weibel, Albert Schweitzer College, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated July 10, 1959.
634

236
Copy of letter from Prof. Hans Casparis to Marguerite Oswald, dated April 26, 1960; letter from Prof. Hans Casparis to Marguerite Oswald, dated September 3, 196; letter from Marguerite Oswald to Prof. Hans Casparis, dated April 6, 1960.
635-637

237
Photograph of unidentified man.
638

238

239
Copy of U.S. Marine Corps Score Book issued to Lee Harvey Oswald on December 3, 1956.
639-679

240
Post card from Lee Harvey Oswald to Marguerite Oswald.
680

241
Letter from Joseish B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated December 14, 1961.
681

242
Letter from Lee C. White, Assistant Special Counsel to the President, to Marguerite Oswald, dated January 23, 1904. 683
682

243
Telegram from Marguerite Oswald to President Lyndon B. Johnson, dated January 22, 1964.
683

244
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald requesting that his U.S. citizenship be revoked, dated November 3, 1959.
684

245
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, with envelope.
685-687

246
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated January 5, 1962, with envelope.
688-690

247
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated January 23, with envelope.
691-692

248
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow enclosing a hand printed sheet of biographical information and a signed affirmation.
693-696

249
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated March 23, 1962, with envelope.
697-699

250
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, with envelope.
700-701

251
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated March 12, 1961, with envelope.
702-704

252
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated May 1961, with envelope.
705-708

253
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated November 1, 1961, with envelope.
709-712

254
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated December 1, 1961.
713

255
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated December 27, 1961, with envelope.
714-716

256
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated January 16, 1962, with envelope.
717-718

257
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald requesting that his U.S. citizenship be revoked.
719

258
Transcript of a press conference dated January 29, 1964.
720

259-269

270
Transcript of tape recordings of interviews with Marguerite Oswald and Robert Oswald by Special Agent J. M. Howard of the Secret Service on November 25, 1963.
721-761

271
[The letters contained in this exhibit appear in the exhibit volumes as Arnold Johnson Exhibits Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-A, 5, 5-A, and Tormey Exhibits Nos. 1 and 2.]
761

272
Letter from Robert Oswald to William McKenzie, dated February 17, 1964.
762-763

273
Letter from Marina Oswald to William McKenzie, dated February 18, 1964.
764-705

274
Letter from William McKenzie to James Martin, dated February 18, 1964.
766-767

275
Letter from William McKenzie to John Thorne, dated February 18, 1964.
768-770

276
Copy of an agreement between Marina Oswald and James Martin, dated December 6, 1963.
770-777

277
Copy of an agreement between Marina Oswald and Robert Oswald, dated December 9, 1963.
778-779

278
Copy of an investment agency agreement between John Thorne and James Martin, cotrustees, and the First National Bank of Fort Worth, dated December 30, 1963.
780-784

279
Copy of an agreement between Marina Oswald and .the firm of Thorne and Leech, dated December 5, 1963.
785-786

280
Copy of a trust agreement between Marina Oswald and John Thorne and James Martin, dated December 30, 1963.
787-800

281
Page 68B of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
801

282
Page 69 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
802

283
Page 68A of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
803

284
Page 70 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
804

285
Page 71 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
805

286
Page 72 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
806

287
Page 74A of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
807

288
Page 74B of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
808

289
Page 75 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
809

290
Page 76 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
810

291
Page 78 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
811

292
Page 80 of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
812

293
Telegram from Janet Ruscoll, a social worker in New York, to Robert Oswald, dated June 14, 1962.
813

294
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 8, 1959, with envelope.
814

295
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 26, 1959, with envelope.
815-823

296-297
Undated letters from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, with envelopes.
824-825

298
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated May 5,1961, with envelope.
826

299
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated May 31. 1961, with envelope.
827-830

300
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated June 20, with envelope.
831-832

301
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated July 14, 1961, with envelope.
833

302
Letter from Marina Oswald (written by Lee Harvey Oswald) to Vada and Robert Oswald, with envelope.
834-835

303
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated August 21, 1961, with envelope.
836

304
Post card pictures of the city of Minsk, which were enclosed in Commission Exhibit No. 305.
837

305
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated September 10, 1961, with envelope.
838-841

306
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated October 22, 1961, with envelope.
842-844

307
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 20, 1961, with envelope.
845-848

308
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 30, 1961, with envelope.
849-851

309
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 1, 1961, with envelope.
852-854

310
Christmas card from Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald and family, dated December 11, 1961, with envelope.
855-856

311
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated December 14, 1961, with envelope.
857-859

312
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated December 20, with envelope.
860-861

313
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated January 5, 1962, with envelope.
862-864

314
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated January 30, 1962, enclosing two photographs, with envelope.
865-869

315
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated February 15, 1962, with envelope.
870-873

316
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, with envelope.
874-876

317
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated April 12, with envelope.
877-879

318
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, with envelope.
880-882

319
Post card from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, postmarked October 10, 1962.
883

320
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated November 17.
884

321
Post card from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated April 4, 1962.
885

322
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, dated March 16, with envelope.
886-888

323
Diary of Robert Oswald from November 22, 1963, to January 19, 1964.
889-945

324
Post card from Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert Oswald, postmarked January 10. 1963.
916

325
List of contracts for distribution of Marina Oswald’s story, photographs, etc.
917

326
Newspaper clipping entitled "Marina Oswald Attended Mass, had Quiet Yule."
918

327
Newspaper clipping entitled "All the Pity in World Won’t Help."
919

328
Newspaper clipping entitled "Mrs. Oswald Will Bare Life of Mate."
920

329
Newspaper clipping entitled ‘Money Gifts to Tippits Nears $200,000 Mark."
921

330
Newspaper clipping entitled "Oswald’s Widow Reported Hoping To Be U.S. Citizen."
921

331
Letter from the Dallas Civil Liberties Union to Marina Oswald, John Thorne, James Martin, Secret Service Agent Sorrels, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, dated January 6, 1964.
922-923

332
Copy of invoice showing rental by James H. Martin of a tape recorder.
924

333
Letter written by Marina Oswald expressing opinion that Jack Ruby should not be executed, with English translation.
925-930

334
Cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine depicting Lee Harvey Oswald holding rifle.
931

335
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald holding rifle, secured by the New York Times from the Associated Press.
932

336
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald holding rifle, secured by Newsweek magazine front the Detroit Free Press. 934
933

337
Enlargement of portion of Commission Exhibit No. 335.
934

338
Newspaper clipping from the New York Journal-American of February 18, 1964.
935

339.
Photograph of the C2766 rifle, taken in the Dallas police station shortly after the assassination
936

340
Newspaper clipping from the New Orleans Timnes-Picaynne of November 24, 1963.
937-938

341
Newspaper clipping from the New York Times of December 8, 1963.
939

342
Newspaper clipping from the New York Journal-American of February 23, 1964.
940-941

343
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News of November 28, 1963.
942

344
photograph of the Presidential limousine.
943

345
Photograph of the Presidential limousine with top up, from the rear.
943

346
Photograph of the Presidential limousine, depicting interior.
943

347
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets in downtown Dallas.
944

348
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
945

349
Photograph of the windshield of the Presidential limousine, depicting an indentation on the metal framework.
945

350
Photograph of windshield of the Presidential limousine taken from outside the car, depicting a crack in the windshield on the driver’s side.
946

351
Windshield removed from the Presidential limousine.
947

352
Photograph of rear seat of the Presidential limousine taken from above, depicting condition of rear seat after occupants were removed on November 22, 1963.
948

353
Photograph of scene depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 352, taken from a different angle.
948

354
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets in downtown Dallas.
949

355
Copy of daily shift report of Secret Service Vice-Presidential detail for Friday, November 22, 1963.
950-951

356
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by Arnold Louis Rowland.
952

357
Copy of statement of Arnold Louis Rowland taken by Sheriff’s Department, County of Dallas, Tex., on November 22, 1963.
953

358
Copy of statement made by Arnold Louis Rowland to the FBI on November 24, 1963.
954-955

359
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets in downtown Dallas, as marked by James Worrell, Jr.
956

360
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by James Worrell, Jr.
957

361
Diagram showing the Texas School Book Depository Building and the immediate area with relation to the parking lot used by employees.
957

362
Diagram of the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
958

363
Copy of statement made by James Worrell, Jr., to the FBI on November 23, 1964.
959

364
Replica of the paper bag found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building shortly after the assassination.
960

365
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elam Streets in downtown Dallas, as marked by Amos Lee Euins.
961

366
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by Amos Lee Euins.
962

367
Copy of statement made by Amos Lee Euins taken by Sheriff’s Department, County of Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.
963

368
Diagram of a portion of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, drawn by Buell Wesley Frazier.
964

369
Photograph of the Presidential limousine in front of the Texas School Book Depository Building at the time of the assassination.
965

370
Copy of William Whaley’s taxicab manifest for November 22, 1963.
966

371
Map of the city of Dallas.
967-968

372
Sample of punchmarks made by Cecil McWatters’ punch.
969

373
Diagram of Cecil McWatters’ bus.
969

374
Photograph of the interior of Cecil McWatters’ bus, taken from the rear [see Commission Exhibit No. 379].
970

375
Photograph of a side view of Cecil McWatters’ bus.
970

376
Map of the city of Dallas.
970

377
Copy of sworn affidavit of Cecil McWatters, dated November 22, 1963.
971

378
Bus schedule of the Marsalis-Itamona-Elwood-Munger run in Dallas in effect on November 22, 1963.
972

379
Photograph of the interior of Cecil McWatters’ bus, taken from the rear.
972

380
Photograph of the interior of Cecil McWatters’ bus, taken from the front.
973

381

381-A
Copy of bus transfer given to Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963, by Cecil McWatters.
974

382
Original of Commission Exhibit No. 370.
975

383-A
Photograph of the identification bracelet of Lee Harvey Oswald.
975

384
Typewritten copy of note written by Peter Gregory, dated June 19 1962, addressed "to whom it may concern."
976

385
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comndr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing side view of entry and exit wounds to neck area.
977

386
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing view from posterior aspect of entry wound to neck area and also the skull wound.
977

387
Clinical record of the autopsy protocol prepared by the Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Md., on the autopsy performed on President Kennedy.
978-983

388
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing skull wound as viewed from above.
984

389
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing position of President Kennedy in his car at time of shooting.
985

390
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing explosion from bullet as it hit President Kennedy’s head.
986

391
Supplementary report of autopsy No. A63-272, on President John F. Kennedy, Naval Medical School, giving gross description of brain.
987-989

VOLUME XVII

Exibit No
Description
Page

392
Medical reports from doctors at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Tex., concerning treatment of President Kennedy at that hospital on November 22, 1963.
1-22

393
Coat worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
23-24

394
Shirt worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
25-26

395
Tie worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
27

396
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade shortly before first bullet struck President Kennedy.
28

397
Comdr. James J. Humes handwritten autopsy report on President Kennedy and certificates regarding disposition of working papers and preliminary drafts of the autopsy report.
29-48

398
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade immediately after first bullet struck President Kennedy.
49

399
Bullet found on stretcher at Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Tex.
49

400
Chart showing conclusions of Lt. Col. Pierre A. Fink on perforating missile wound on human skull.
50

401
Calendar used by Ruth Paine as a diary and to record appointments.
51-62

402
Address book of Ruth Paine.
63-79

403
Diagram of the ground layout of the premises at 4907 Magazine Street in New Orleans, drawn by Ruth Paine.
80

404
Note from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine, dated March 4, 1963.
81

404-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 404 was transmitted.
81

405
Draft of undated note from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald.
82-83

406
Draft of a letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated March 26, 1963.
84-85

407
Undated note from Marina Oswald to Michael and Ruth Paine.
86-87

408
Letter from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine, dated May 25, 1963.
88-91

408-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 408, was transmitted.
92

409
Letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated June 1, 1963.
93-98

409-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 409 was transmitted.
99

409-B
Letter from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine, dated June 5, 1963.
100-101

410
Draft of a letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July11.
102-104

411
Draft of a letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 12.
105-108

412
Draft of a letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 14.
109-110

413
Copy of letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 14.
111-112

414
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 413.
113

415
Undated letter from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine.
114-118

416
Draft of a letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 21.
119-123

417
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 416.
124-126

418
Copy of letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated July 21,
127-130

419
Letter from Ruth Paine to Mrs. Blanchard, dated July 18, 1963.
131-134

420
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 421 was transmitted.
135

421
Undated letter from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine.
136-139

422
Letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, which was never sent.
140-144

423
Copy of letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald, dated August 24. 1963.
145-147

424
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 423.
148-149

425
Letter from Ruth Paine to her mother, dated October 14, 1963.
150-153

426
Uncompleted application for a Texas driver’s license by Lee Harvey Oswald.
154-155

427
"Unemployment Identification Questionnaire" filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald on October 12, 1962.
156

428

429
Photograph of the interior of the Paine garage.
157

430
Diagram of the floor plan of the Paine home.
158

431
Photograph of front view of the Paine home.
159

432
Photograph of the rear view of the Paine home.
159

433
Photograph of the east side of the Paine home.
160

434
Photograph of the west side of the Paine home.
160

435
Photograph of view looking through the door leading to the garage from the kitchen in the Paine home.
161

436
Photograph of door leading to backyard of Paine home.
161

437
Photograph of the kitchen area in the Paine home.
162

438
Photograph of West Fifth Street in Irving, Tex., showing the Paine home and the Randle home.
162

439
Photograph of view along West Fifth Street in Irving to Paine home.
163

440
Diagram of West Fifth Street and Westbrook Drive, Irving, Tex., showing location of the Paine and Randle homes.
163

441
Diagram of the floor plan of the Randle home.
164

442
Photograph of corner view of the Randle home.
165

443
Photograph of Mrs. Linnie Mae Randle in the kitchen of her home.
165

444
Photograph of view from kitchen window of the Randle home.
166

445
Photograph of Mrs. Linnie Mae Randle looking into carport from kitchen door of her home.
166

446
Photograph of carport as seen from the kitchen door of the Randle home.
167

447
Photograph of west side of Randle home showing carport and location of Buell Wesley Frazier’s car on the morning of November 22, 1963.
167

448
Photograph of the Randle home looking east along West Fifth Street.
168

449
Ruth Paine’s drawing of the curtain rods found in here garage after November 22, 1963.
168

450
Photograph of the intersection of Westbrook Drive and West Fifth Street viewed from Immediately outside the kitchen window of the Randle home.
169

451
Photograph of Custis LaVerne Crafard.
170

452
Photograph of view along West Fifth Street in Irving to Paine home.
171

453-456
Photographs of Curtis LaVerne Crafard.
172-175

457-458

459-1
Letter from Ruth Paine to her mother, dated June 18, 1959.
176-178

460
Article by Ruth Paine on Lee Harvey Oswald, received by George Harris of Look magazine.
179-196

461-476

477
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by Howard Brennan.
197

478
Photograph of Howard Brennan taken on March 20, 1964, showing his position in front of the Texas School Book Depository Building at the time of the assassination.
197

479
Negative of a slide from the Zapruder film taken at the time of the assassination.
198

480
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

481
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

482
Closeup photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 481.
200

483
Diagram of the floor plan of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
201

484
Photograph taken near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
202

485
Photograph of Harold Norman, James Jarman, and Bonnie Ray Williams, showing their positions on the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building as the motorcade passed.
202

486
Photograph of Harold Norman and Bonnie Ray Williams showing their positions on the fifth floor as the motorcade passed.
203

487
Diagram of the floor plan of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
204

488
Photograph of the southwest corner of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
205

489
Photograph of one of the west windows of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
205

490
Photograph of the west side of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
206

491
Photograph of the northwest corner of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
206

492
Photograph of the west side of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
207

493
Affidavit of Harold Norman, dated December 4, 1963.
208

494
Photograph of James Jarman, showing his position at a fifth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository Building at the time of the assassination.
209

495
Photograph of the main entrance of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
210

496
Copy of application blank filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald for employment at the Texas School Book Depository Building.
210-211

497
Diagram of the floor plan of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
212

498
Photograph taken near the stairs of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
213

499
Photograph of the lunchroom on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
213

500
Photograph of the lunchroom on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
214

501
Photograph of the north wall of the second floor lunchroom of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
215

502
Photograph of the northwest corner of the second floor lunchroom of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
215

503
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as it appeared on November 22, 1963.
216

504
Photograph of "Rolling Readers" carton near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
216

505
Photograph of the stairway between the second and third floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
217

506
Photograph of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting position of Lee Harvey Oswald’s clipboard when discovered.
218

507
Diagram of the seventh floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
219

508
Photograph of cartons at the southeast corner of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

509
Photograph of cartons near the assassination window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

510
Photograph of the area near the assassination window, depicting location of the three rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
221

511
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of two of the rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
222

512
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of three of the rifle cartridge eases, when discovered.
223

513
Photograph of cartons near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
224

514,515,516, 517
Various photographs of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting location of the C2766 rifle when discovered.
224-226

518
Four .38 cartridge.
226

519
Photograph of the interior of the Texas Theatre.
227

520
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald and two policemen taken after Oswald’s arrest.
227

521
Photograph of the southeast corner of 10th Street and Patton Avenue, Dallas, Tex.
228

522
Photograph depicting location of J. D. Tippit’s squad car at 10th Street and Patton Avenue.
228

523
Diagram of the immediate area of the Tippit killing site.
229

524
Photograph showing the position of Helen Markham at the time of the Tippit shooting.
230

525
Photograph of the view of the Tippit squad car from Helen Markham’s location.
230

526
Photographs showing the position of Helen Markham at the time of the Tippit shooting.
231

527
Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car.
231

528
Photograph of the southeast corner of 10th Street and Patton Avenue.
232

529
Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car.
232

530
Photograph depicting location of William Scoggins’ cab at the time of the Tippit shooting.
233

531
Photograph depicting location of Scoggins’ cab as viewed from Helen Markham’s position.
233

532
Photograph of Tippit’s squad car as viewed through the window of Scoggins cab.
234

533
.

534
Photograph of Scoggins’ cab as viewed from the location of Tippits squad car.
234

535-536
Newspaper photographs of Mark Lane.
235

537
Diagram of the immediate area of the Tippit killing site.
236

538
Photograph of Ted Callaway showing his location when he heard the shots.
236

539
Photograph of Ted Callaway showing his location when he observed a man fleeing from the site of the Tippit shooting.
237

540
Sulfur cast of interior of the barrel of the C2788 rifle.
238

541
Photographs of markings on the C2766 rifle.
238-241

542
Replica of the C2766 rifle.
241

543,544, 545
Three 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
241

546-547
Two charts illustrating the cartridge-ejection pattern of the C2766 rifle.
242-243

548-549
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 15 yards
244-245

550
Target fired with the C2766 rifle at 25 yards.
246

551,552,
553,554
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 100 yards.
247-248

555
Diagram illustrating the interior of a telescopic sight.
248

556
Diagram illustrating the type of lead to be given a moving target ins situation similar to the assassination.
248

557
Two 6.5-millimeter test cartridge cases fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
249

558
Photograph of the bolt face of the C2766 rifle.
249

559
Comparison photograph of the 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases and test 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases fired in the C2766 rifle.
250

560
Calculations concerning the lead to be given a moving target in a situation similar to the assassination.
251

561-565
Comparison photographs of the 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases and test 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases fired in the C2766 rifle.
252-254

566
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit 399 and a test bullet fired from the C2766 rifle.
255

567
Fragment of the nose of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
256

568
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 567 and a test bullet fired from the C2766 rifle.
256

569
Fragment of the base of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
257

570
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 569 and a test bullet fired from the C2766 rifle.
257

571

572
Two test bullets fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
258

573
Bullet recovered from General Walker’s house following the attempt on his life.
258

574-575
Two photographs of the clip from the C2766 rifle, showing it holding six cartridges and empty.
258

576-578
Three shims inserted under the mount of the C2766 rifle during tests performed on the rifle.
259

579-581
Three photographs showing the site of a rapid-fire accuracy test performed with the C2766 rifle.
260

582-584
Photographs of three targets fired with the C2766 rifle at varying distances.
261-262

585
Surveyor’s plat of the assassination scene.
262

586
Table, based on figures obtained in tests with the C2766 rifle, showing "Hit Probability [with the rifle] As a Function of Range and Aiming Error."
263

587
Assembled Western .38.5 & W. cartridge.
264

588
Disassembled Western .38.5 & W. cartridge.
264

589
Assembled and disassembled Remington-Peters .38 5. & W. cartridges.
264

590
Assembled and disassembled Western .38 Special cartridges.
264

591
Assembled and disassembled Remington-Peters .38 Special cartridges.
264

592
Five .38 Special cartridges found in the pocket of Lee Harvey Oswald following his apprehension.
264

593
Description of the .38 5. & W. Military and Police Revolver.
265-266

594
Four .38 Special cartridge cases found at the Tippit crime scene.
267

595
Two test .38 Special cartridges fired for comparison purposes from the V510210 revolver.
267

596-600
Comparison photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 595 and test cartridge cases fired from the V510210 revolver.
267-269

601
Photograph of the breech face and firing pin of the V510210 revolver.
270

602,603,604, 605
Four bullets recovered from the body of Officer Tippit.
270-271

606
Two test bullets fired from the V510210 revolver for comparison purposes.
271

607
Photograph of Commission Exhibits Nos. 603 and 604 and two Special bullets fired from the V510210 revolver for comparison purposes.
271

608-610
Comparison photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 399 and a test 6.5-millimeter bullet fired from the C2766 rifle.
272-273

611
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 567 and Commission Exhibit No. 399.
273

612
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 569 and Commission Exhibit No. 399.
274

613-618
Comparison photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 545 and a test 6.5-millimeter cartridge case fired in the C2766 rifle.
274-277

619-624
Photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 543 showing the repetition of certain markings on the cartridge case.
277-280

625
Comparison photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 603 and a test bullet fired from the V510210 revolver.
280

626
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination (same as Commission Exhibit No. 142).
281

627
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
282

628
Card with left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department
283

629
Card with right palmprint of, Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
284

630
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
285

631
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 629 with a circle around a portion of the palmprint.
286

632
Photograph of a latent palmprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
286

633
Photograph of a latent fingerprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
287

633-A
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 630 with a circle around the left index fingerprint.
287

634
Chart comparing the latent fingerprint (Commission Exhibit No. 633) and Oswald’s left index fingerprint, circled on Commission Exhibit No. 633-A.
288

634-A
Diagram illustrating some common fingerprint characteristics used by experts in comparing fingerprints.
288

635
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the U.S. Marine Corps.
289

636
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 632) with the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled on Commission Exhibit No. 631.
290

637
Lift of a latent palmprint from the barrel of the C2766 rifle.
290

638
Photograph of Oswald’s right palmprint card (Commission Exhibit No. 629) with a circle around a portion of the paimprint.
291

639
Photograph of the lift in Commission Exhibit No. 637.
291

640
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 637) and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint in Commission Exhibit No. 638.
292

641
A carton, labeled "Box A," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
292

642
Photograph of Oswald’s left palmprint card (Commission Exhibit No. 628) with a circle around a portion of the palmprint.
293

643
Photograph of a latent palmprint on Commission Exhibit No. 641.
293

644
Photograph of a latent fingerprint on Commission Exhibit No. 641.
294

645
Photograph of Oswald’s fingerprint card (Commission Exhibit No. 680) with a circle around the right index fingerprint.
294

646
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 643) and the portion of Oswald’s left palmprint circled in Commission Exhibit No. 642.
295

647
Chart comparing the latent fingerprint (Commission Exhibit No. 644) and Oswald’s right index fingerprint circled in Commission Exhibit No. 645.
295

648
A carton, labeled "Box D," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
296

649
Portion of Commission Exhibit No. 648, bearing a latent palmprint.
297

650
Photograph of the latent palmprint in Commission Exhibit No. 649.
298

651
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 639 with a circle around a portion of the palmprint.
299

652
Chart comparing Commission Exhibit No. 650 and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled in Commission Exhibit No. 651.
299

653
A carton, labeled "Box B," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

654
A carton, labeled "Box C," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

655
Two photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No.648.
301

656
Ten photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No. 641.
302-307

657 A-C
Photographs of fingerprint and palmprint cards of Lee Harvey Oswald (Commission Exhibits Nos. 627-629).
308-309

658
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 637.
310

659 A-B
Two photographs of latent prints appearing on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
311

660
Eight photographs of latent prints .found on Commission Exhibit No. 653.
312-316

661
Three photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No. 654.
317-318

662
Notes of Arthur Mandella concerning identifications of latent prints in Commission Exhibits Nos. 656-661.
319-320

663
Kraft paper folded to illustrate the folds of Commission Exhibit No. 140 when it was received in the FBI Laboratory following the assassination.
321-324

664
String tied in the type of knots found on the string tied around Commission Exhibit No. 140 when the blanket was received in the FBI Laboratory.
325

665
Chart comparing cotton, woolen, and viscose fibers.
326

666
Diagram of a hair.
326

667
Chart comparing human and animal hair.
327

668-670
Three charts comparing Caucasian, Negroid, and Mongoloid hair.
328-329

671
Comparison photograph of limb hairs found on Commission Exhibit No. 140 and limb hairs taken from Lee Harvey Oswald following his arrest.
329

672
Comparison photograph of pubic hairs found on Commission Exhibit No. 140 and pubic hairs taken from Lee Harvey Oswald following his arrest.
330

673
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 150.
330

674
Comparison photographs of orange-yellow cotton fibers found on the C2766 rifle and orange-yellow cotton fibers from Commission Exhibit No. 151.
331

675
Comparison photographs of gray-black cotton fibers found on the C2’766 rifle and gray-black cotton fibers from Commission Exhibit No. 150.
332

676
Comparison photograph of dark blue cotton fibers found on the C2766 rifle and dark blue cotton fibers from Commission Exhibit No. 150.
333

677
Sample of wrapping paper and gummed tape taken from the Texas School Book Depository Building on November 22, 1963, for comparison purposes.
334

678
Comparison photograph of the paper in Commission Exhibit No. 142 and Commission Exhibit No. 677.
335

679
Body diagram marked by Dr. Shaw to show entry and exit wounds of Governor Connally’s chest, wrist, and thigh.
336

680
Body diagram, marked by Dr. Shaw to show angle at which bullet passed through Governor Connally’s body.
337

681
Chest X-ray of Gov. John B. Connally, dated November 22, 1963
338

682
Chest X-ray of Gov. John B. Connally, dated November 29, 1963.
339

683
Front view of coat worn by Governor Connally, at time of the assassination.
340

684
Back view of coat worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
341

685
Back view of shirt worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
342

686
Front view of shirt worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
343

687
Front view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
344

688
Back view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
345

689
Diagram of body in sitting position, marked by Dr. Shaw, to show position of Governor Connally at time of the assassination and inclination of bullet to cause all three wounds.
346

690
Preoperative X-ray of lateral view of Governor Connally’s wrist, dated November 22, 1963.
347

691
Preoperative X-ray of anteposterior view of Governor Connally’s wrist, dated November 22, 1963.
348

692
Postoperative X-ray of anteposterior view of Governor Connally’s wrist, dated November 22, 1963.
349

693
Postoperative X-ray of lateral view of Governor Connally’s wrist, dated November 22, 1963.
350

694
Preoperative X-ray of anterior posterior view of Governor Connally’s thigh, dated November 22, 1963.
351

695
Preoperative X-ray of anterial posterior view of Governor Connally’s thigh, dated November 22, 1963.
352

696
Preoperative X-ray of lateral view of Governor Connally’s thigh, dated November 22, 1963.
353

697-698
Photographs of the Presidential limousine taken during the earlier part of the trip through Dallas on November 22, 1963.
354

699
Aerial photograph of Main, Elm, and Houston Streets, in downtown Dallas, as marked by Governor Connally.
355

700
Governor Connally’s tie.
356

701
Diagram of the third floor of the Police and Courts Building drawn by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
357

702
Diagram of the assassination area, drawn by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
358

703
Diagram of the Triple Underpass area, drawn by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
359

704
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets, in downtown Dallas, as marked by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
360

705
Radio log of channel 1 of the Dallas Police Department for November 22, 1963.
361-494

706-708

709
Copy of a report from Lt. Jack Revill to Capt. W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department.
495

710

711
Copy of a report from Officer V. J. Brian to Capt. W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department, dated April 20, 1964.
496

712-713
Photographs taken by the Dallas Police Department on November 29, 1963, showing backyard of home on Neely Street in Dallas, where Oswald once lived.
497

714
Two photographs of Oswald with rifle.
498

715
Photograph of two cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
499

716
Photograph of three cartridge cases near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
500

717
Envelope in which the three cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the Texas School Book Depository Building were contained.
501

718
Photograph of rifle hidden beneath boxes in northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
501

719
Photograph showing northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken from a distance, showing boxes behind which the rifle was concealed.
502

720-721
Photographs of the latent palm print on magazine housing of the C2766 rifle.
502-503

722
Photograph of Houston Street looking south from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
504

723
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing position of boxes in window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
504

724
Photograph from the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking southwest on Elm Street.
505

725
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing full length of first aisle on east side of the building.
505

726
Photograph showing the second aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
506

727
Photograph showing the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking east along south wall.
506

728
Photograph of the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
507

729
Photograph taken in the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing location of Commission Exhibit No. 142, when discovered.
507

730,731, 732
Photographs of the wrapping bench on the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
508

733-734
Photographs of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing position of boxes near the window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
509

735
Photograph showing the right palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
510

736
Photograph showing the left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
511

737
Photograph of the C2766 rifle found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken at 9 p.m. on November 22, 1963, at the city hall in Dallas.
511

738
Photograph of property released by the Dallas Police Department to the FBI on November 28, 1963.
512

739
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Houston Street.
512

740
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Elm Street.
513

741
Photograph of the lunchroom on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
513

742
Photograph showing outside door to the second floor lunchroom of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
514

743
Photograph of stairway in southwest corner of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, leading to the first floor.
514

744
Photograph of Officer M. N. McDonald of the Dallas Police Department, taken on November22, 1963, at 2 p.m.
515

745
Photograph of Don Ables, a Jail clerk of the Dallas Police Department, who appeared in the lineup. With Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22 and 23, 1963.
516

746 A-E
Rephotographs of Commission Exhibit No. 133-A.
517-521

747
Photograph of the C2766 rife.
522

748
Photograph of a man holding the C2766 rifle, simulating the position of the man and the rifle in Commission Exhibit No. 133-A.
522

749
Negative of Commission Exhibit No. 133-B and positive print made from this negative.
523

750
Camera used to take Commission Exhibits No. 133-A and 183-B.
524

751
Photograph of the film-plane aperture in Commission Exhibit No.750
525

752
Negative of Commission Exhibit No. 748.
525

753
Comparison Chart of Commission Exhibits Non 740 and 752.
526

754
Cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
527

755
Page 80 of the February 21,1964, issue of Life magazine.
528

756-759

760
Two memorandums, both dated December 3, 1963, prepared by Special Agent Bouck of the Secret Service, concerning the activities of the Protective Research Section of the Secret Service.
529-534

761
Chart showing the staff of the Protective Research Section of the Secret Service of November 22, 1963.
535

762
Document prepared by Special Agent Bouck entitled "Protective Research Cases, November 1961 through November1963."
536-585

763
Document listing criteria used in screening White House mall by the Protective Research Section.
586

764
Document listing criteria used by the Protective Research Section in screening White House gate callers and determining whether they should be committed for mental observation.
587

765
Secret Service Form 1609 used in requesting information from mental institutions concerning inmates of interest to the Secret Service.
588

766
Document setting forth sample eases illustrating several phases of the Protective Research Section.
589-592

767
Preliminary Survey Report prepared by Special Agent Lawson of the Secret Service concerning President Kennedy’s trip to Dallas dated November 19, 1963.
593-600

7687
Final survey report prepared by Special Agent Lawson concerning President Kennedy’s trip to Dallas, dated November30, 1963.
601-617

769
Statement of Special Agent Lawson concerning his official duties fromNovember 4 to November 22, 1963, in preparation for President Kennedy’s trip to Dallas.
618-626

770
"Wanted for Treason" circular.
627

771
Statement of Special Agent Lawson concerning his knowledge of the assassination, dated November 23,1963. 630-634
628-629

772
Statement of Special Agent Lawson concerning his activities and J official duties on November22 and 23,1963.
630-634

773
Photograph of a mail order for a rifle in the name "A. Hidell," and the envelope in which the order was sent.
635

774
Application for employment with Cosmos Shipping Co., Inc., signed Lee H. Oswald dated August 6.
636

775
"Affidavit of Support," addressed to the American Embassy in Russia, signed Lee H. Oswald dated January 17, 1962.
637

776
A group of checks drawn by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc., Dallas, Tex., to the order of Lee Harvey Oswald, endorsed Lee H. Oswald.
638-643

777
Application for a library card for the New Orleans Public Library, signed Lee H. Oswald.
644

778
Two letters to the Department of State, signed Lee H. Oswald.
645-646

779
Two pages of notes written by Lee Harvey Oswald, beginning "The Communist Party of the United States has betrayed itself".
647-648

780
Documents from Lee Harvey Oswald’s Marine Corps file.
649-665

781
Passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated June 24,1963.
666-667

782 A-C
Three letters to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, signed Lee H. Oswald. 7
668-670

783
Application for membership in the American Civil Liberties Union, signed Lee H. Oswald.
671

784 A-C
Charts showing portions of Lee Harvey Oswald’s handwriting and hand printing in Commission Exhibits No. 774-783.
672-674

785
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 773.
675

786
Diagram showing the form of the letter "x" used by the writer of Commission Exhibit No. 773.
676

787
Diagram showing the conventional form of the letter "r".
676

788
U.S. postal money order, in the amount of $21.45, dated March 12, 1963, which accompanied the mail order In Commission Exhibit No. 773.
677

789
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 788.
678

790
Photograph of the mail order for a revolver.
678

791
Portion of an application for Post Office Box 915, Dallas, Tex., dated October 9, 1962.
679

792
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 791.
679

793
Change-of-address card relating to Post Office Box 2915, Dallas, Tex., dated May 12, 1963.
680

794
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 793.
680

795
A spurious Selective Service System notice of classification card in the name "Alek James Hidell."
681

796
Photograph of the face of Commission Exhibit No. 795.
682

797
Photograph of the reverse side of Commission Exhibit No. 795.
682

798
Sidelight photograph of the face of Commission Exhibit No. 795.
683

799
Sidelight photograph of the reverse side of Commission Exhibit No. 795.
683

800
Group of retouched negatives.
684-685

801
Selective Service System notice of classification card in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald.
686

802
Selective Service System registration certificate card in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald.
687

803
Retouched negatives of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification card.
688

804
Retouched negative of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification card.
688

805
Negative of a portion of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification card.
688

806
A counterfeit certificate of service card in the U.S. Marine Corps in the name of "Alek James Hidell".
689

807
Photograph of the face of Commission Exhibit No. 806.
690

808
Photograph of the reverse side of Commission Exhibit No. 806.
690

809
Sidelight photograph of the face of Commission Exhibit No. 806.
691

810
Sidelight photograph of the reverse side of Commission Exhibit No. 806.
691

811
Retouched negative of the reverse side of a Selective Service System registration certificate.
692

812
Retouched negatives of the face and reverse sides of a USMC certificate of service.
692

813
Document entitled "International Certificates of Vaccination * * *"
693-694

814-815
Photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 813.
695

816
Two cards showing impressions made with Commission Exhibit No. 115.
696

817
Portion of an application for Post Office Box 30061, New Orleans, dated June 11, 1963.
697

818
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 817.
697

819
697 Photograph of a "Fair Play for Cuba Committee New Orleans Chapter" card, issued to L. H. Oswald, signed "A. J. Hidell, Chapter President." (This photograph was taken before the card was discolored by being tested for latent fingerprints.)
697

820
Fair Play for Cuba Committee card of which Commission Exhibit 698 No. 819 is a photograph.
698

820-A
Letter to Leslie Welding Co., Fort Worth, Tex., signed Lee H. Oswald.
699

821
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated May 12, 1960. 707-717
700-706

822
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated July 3, 1961.
707-717

823
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated July 10, 1962.
718-732

824
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated August 30, 1962.
733-740

825
Letter from the FBI to the Commission with attached affidavits from FBI personnel, dated February 12, 1964.
741-752

826
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Kaack, dated October 31, 1963.
753-769

827
Copy of handwritten notes made by Lt. Martello, New Orleans Police Department, of a piece of paper in Oswald’s possession at the time of his arrest in New Orleans on August 9, 1963. . 771
770

828
Membership card for the Fair Play for Cuba Committee.
771

829
Copy of an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated September 10, 1963.
772-775

830
Two pages from an FBI report by Special Agent Fain, dated September 10, 1963
776-777

831
Letter from the FBI to the Commission dated April 27, 1964, enclosing an article which appeared in the "Dallas Morning News" and an affidavit of Special Agent Hosty.
778-784

832
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 23, 1963.
785-786

833
Letter dated April 6,1964, from the FBI to the Commission forwarding replies to questions contained in a letter from the Commission, dated March 26, 1964, pertaining to investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination.
787-803

834
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated May 4, 1964, listing contents of FBI headquarters file concerning Lee Harvey Oswald up to the time of the assassination.
804-813

835
Letter from the FBI to the Commission enclosing affidavit of J. Edgar Hoover, dated February 6,1964.
814-818

836
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated March 31, 1964, furnishing criteria employed in determining what information should be supplied to the Secret Service.
819-836

837
Article from the "National Enquirer" dated May 17, 1964.
837

838
Memorandum from Lt. Jack Revill to Capt. W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department, dated November 22, 1963.
838

839
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, Dallas, drawn by Officer V. J. Brian of the Dallas Police Department.
839

840
Small lead particles found on rug underneath left jump seat of Presidential limousine.
840

841
Lead residue found on inside surface of glass of windshield of the Presidential limousine.
840

842
Small fragment of metal from wrist of Governor Connally.
841

843
Two metal fragments removed from the President’s head at the time of the autopsy.
841

844
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 6.5-mm. Mannlicher-Carcano ball fired at 90-yard range.
842

845
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 7.62-mm. ball, M80, fired from M14 rifle at 100 m. range.
843

846
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by cal.257 Roberts soft point hunting bullet fired at 100 m. range.
843

847
Photograph of arrangement for measuring exit velocities from animal tissues.
844

848
Photograph of arrangement for measuring exit velocities from clothing-covered-gelatin tissue model.
844

849
Photograph of typical permanent cavity produced in 20 percent gelatin by bullet at 60-yard range.
845

850
Photograph of holes in goat skin produced by bullets before passing through 13.5 to 14.5 cm. of animal tissue (left) and upon leaving the tissue (right).
846

851
X-ray of comminuted fracture of 8th left rib of goat.
847

852
Photograph of comminuted fracture of goat rib.
848

853
Bullet which was fired through goat.
849

854
X-ray of comminuted fracture of human radius
849

855
Photograph of comminuted fracture of human radius at 70-yard range.
850

856
Bullet that caused damage shown in Commission Exhibits No. 854 and 855.
850

857
Two bullet fragments recovered from cotton waste outside gelatin coated skull used to catch the fragments.
851

858
Photograph of fragments of 6.5-mm. Mannlicher-Carcano ball, which struck gelatin filled skull depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 860 at 90-yard range.
851

859
Photograph of fragments of 6.5-mm. Mannlicher-Carcano ball recovered from gelatin filled skull depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 869 at 90-yard range.
852

860
Photograph of gelatin coated and filled human skull viewed from rear with unclipped goat skin used to simulate scalp.
853

861
Photograph of skull with gelatin removed from outside and the entire right side of cranium blown away.
854

862
Photograph of front view of same skull.
854

863
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated May 8,1964.
855-856

864
Copy of letter from the Commission to the FBI, dated April 22, 1964.
857

865
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated April 30,1964.
858

866
FBI memorandum entitled "Protection of the President" dated December 2, 1963.
859-861

867
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated May 14,1964.
862-863

868
Copy of letter from the Commission to the Central Intelligence Agency dated April 22, 1964.
864

869
Memorandum from the CIA to the Commission, dated May 4,1964.
865

870
Sworn affidavit of John A. McCone, head of the CIA, dated May 15, 1964.
866

871
Scale drawing of the Presidential followup car.
867

872
Scale drawing of the Presidential limousine.
867

873
Photograph of interior of rear section of the Presidential limousine showing seating arrangement in car with jump seats in open position.
868

874
Photograph of interior of Presidential limousine showing relative positions of jump seats in an open position as they relate to back seat of car.
869

875
Album of photographs taken by the Secret Service at the scone of the assassination from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building on December 5, 1963.
870-895

876
Aerial view of the site known as Dealey Plaza in Dallas, indicating large buildings surrounding area and Triple Underpass by numbers 1 through 11.
896

877
Document on historical background and physical description of Dealey Plaza, Dallas.
897-898

878
Photograph of scale model of scene of assassination looking toward northeast with Texas School Book Depository Building In background.
899

879
Photograph of scale model of the assassination scene looking southwest toward the Triple Underpass.
899

880
Photograph of a scale dimension view of the sixth floor looking toward the southeast corner of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
900

881
Photograph of scale model of the basement of the Police and Courts Building.
900

882
Tracing of survey made of scene of the assassination.
901

883
Cardboard reproduction of Commission Exhibit No. 882.
901

884
Copy of tabulation which appears on plat map containing positions marked according to frame numbers of the Zapruder film Indicating elevations, sight angles, degree of sight and distances.
902

VOLUME XVIII

Exhibit No.
Description
Page

885
Album of black and white photographs of frames from the Zapruder,Nix, and Muchmore films.
1-85

886
Photographic exhibit depicting position A, which did not show on the Zapruder film, but which was established as first point at which a person in the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building could have gotten a shot at the back of the President as his car rounded the corner from Houston Street to Elm Street
85

887
Photograph of Special Agent Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, taken on May 24, 1964, at the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, with purported assassination rifle mounted on tripod which was fixed at approximate height of boxes used by assassin to position rifle at time of the assassination, with Aeroflex motion picture camera mounted on rifle.
86

888
Photograph exhibit depicting three photographs as follows: (1) photograph of frame 161 from the Zapruder film; (2) photo graph of car taken during reenactment on May 24, 1964, with photograph and car positioned same as Zapruder and car were when frame 161 was taken; and (3) photograph taken of that car at that position through rifle scope from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building during reenactment on May 24, 1964.
86

889
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 166 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
57

890
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 185 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
87

891
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 186 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

892
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 207 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

893
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 210 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

894
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 222 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

895
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 225 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

896
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 231 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

897
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 235 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
91

898
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 244) of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

899
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 249 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

900
Photographic exhibit of photograph taken by AP photographer at time of the assassination and photograph taken from same position at time of reenactment.
93

901
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 255 in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
94

902
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 318 from the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888, one frame from the Nix film with the reenactment photograph, and one frame from the Muchmore film with the reenactment photograph.
95

903
Photograph taken at garage, following reenactment of aseasainatlon on May 24, 1964, depicting probable angle of declination of bullet which passed through President Kennedy and Governor Connally.
96

904
Copy of original Zapruder film. (1)’These exhibits were not reproduced because of their length. Selected frames from these films, however, are depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 888
(1)

905
Copy of original Nix film.
(1)

906
Copy of original Muchmore film.
(1)

907
Film of reenactment at assassination scene taken on May 24, 1964.
(1)

908
Foreign Service dispatch from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated November 2,1959.
97-99

909
Telegram from the American Embassy in Tokyo to the Department of State.
100-104

910
Telegram from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State.
105

911
Memorandum for the files, prepared by John A. McVickar, dated November 17, 1959, summarizing his conversation with Priscilla Johnson in re Lee Harvey Oswald.
106-107

912
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 3, 1959 re questing that his U.S. citizenship be revoked.
108

913.
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald requesting that his U.S. citizen ship be revoked.
109

914
Letter from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated October 28, 1959.
110-111

915
Letter from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated December 10, 1959.
112-113

916
Telegram from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow.
114

917
Telegram from the naval attache In the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of Navy
115

918
Telegram from the Department of Navy to the naval attache in the American Embassy In Moscow.
116

919
Letter from the American Embassy In Moscow to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 8, 1959.
117

920
Telegram from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Secretary of State.
118-119

921
Telegram from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated December 1, 1959.
120

922
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated March 21, 1960.
121

923
Letter from the Department of State to Congressman Jim Wright, dated March 21, 1960.
122

924
Letter from George H. Haselton, Department of State, to Marguerite Oswald, dated March 28, 1960.
123

925
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated June 22, 1960.
124

926
Operations memorandum from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated July 6, 1960.
125

927
Operations memorandum from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated March 28, 1960.
126

928
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated May 10, 1960.
127

929
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated March 28, 1960.
129

930
Department of State instruction to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated February 1, 1961.
130

931
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow.
131-132

932
Foreign Service despatch from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated February 28, 1961.
133-134

933
Letter from the American Embassy in Moscow to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated February 28, 1961.
135

934
Department of State Instruction to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated April 13, 1961.
136

935
Foreign. Service dispatch from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated July 11, 1961.
137-139

936
Foreign Service dispatch from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated May 26, 1961.
140-142

937
Department of State instruction to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated July 11, 1961.
143

938
Application for renewal of passport by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated July 10, 1961.
144-149

939
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated August 15, 1961.
150

940
Foreign Service dispatch from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated March 24, 1961.
151-152

941
State Department memorandum from John A. McVickar to Thomas Ehrllch, dated November 27, 1963.
153-155

942
Note for Oswald file, prepared by John A. McVickar, dated Novem ber 9, 1959.
156

943
Copy of telegram from John Plc to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 9, 1959.
157

944
Operations memorandum from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated August 28, 1961.
158

945
Notes taken by John A. McVlckar at interview of Marina Oswald on July 11, 1961.
159

946
Passport of Lee Harvey Oswald, issued September 10,1959.
160-171

947
Telegram from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, attaching Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for renewal of passport (the original of the application for renewal of passport appears as Commission Exhibit No. 938).
172-179

948
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated May 8, 1964, attaching answers to questions contained in the Com mission’s letter of March 23, 1964
180-248

949
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated June 6, 1964.
249-254

950
Report of the Department of State on Lee Harvey Oswald, submitted to the Commission in January 1964.
255-318

951
Standard operating notice of the Passport Office, dated February 28, 1962.
319-322

952
Teletype from New Orleans Passport Office, dated June 24, 1963 and State Department reply resulting in the issuance of Oswald’s 1963 passport.
323-324

953
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated April 24, 1964.
325-326

954
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated June 4, 1964.
327

955
"Form of Oath of Renunciation" set forth in the Foreign Service Manual.
328

956
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated May 28, 1964.
329-330

957
Department of State reference slip which was attached to Com mission Exhibit No. 916.
331

958
State Department memorandum from John A. McVickar to Thomas Ehrlich, dated April 7, 1964.
332-334

959
Petition to classify status of Alien for issuance of Immigrant visa, dated July 11, 1961, signed by Lee Harvey Oswald on behalf of Marina Oswald.
335-338

960
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated May 26, 1964, attaching answers to questions contained in the Commission’s letter of March 23, 1964.
339-354

961
Telegram from the American Embassy to the Department of State.
355

962
"Refusal" form dated March 25, 1960, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
356

963
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow.
357

964
State Department memorandum from John T. White to George Haselton, dated July 20, 1960.
358-359

965
Memorandum concerning meeting on Oswald showing "case of spilt action."
360-361

966
Letter from the Passport Office to Congressman Jim Wright, dated July 26, 1960.
362

967
Foreign Service dispatch from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated March 24,1961.
368-364

968
Memorandum from Bernice Waterman to Mr. Kupiec, dated March 27, 1961.
365

969
Draft of Department of State Instruction to the American Embassy in Moscow.
366

970
State Department memorandum from John T. White to Edward J. Hickey, dated March 31, 1961.
367

971
Department of State instruction to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated April 13, 1961.
368

972
Department of State "Reference Slip" from the Passport Office to the CIA, dated October 5, 1961, which transmitted data on Lee Harvey Oswald.
369

973
Foreign Service dispatch from the American Embassy In Moscow to the Department of State, dated May 26, 1961.
370-372

974
Department of State "Reference Slip" dated June 29,1961.
373

975
Department of State instruction to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated July 11, 1961.
374

976
Passport Office form showing Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for renewal of passport cleared July 10,1961, in Passport Office.
375-376

977
Foreign Service dispatch from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State, dated July 11,1961.
377-380

978
Department of State "Reference Slip" dated August 15,1961.
381

979
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated August 18,1961
382

980
Memorandum from the Office of Security of the State Department to the Passport Office, dated July 27, 1961, transmitting an FBI report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
333-396

981
State Department memorandum from Francis G. Knight to Robert F. Hale, dated December 28, 1961
396

982
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated December 28,1961.
397

983
"Wile Request Form" of the Passport Office, Indicating that G. W. Masterson requested the file of Lee Harvey Oswald on April 11, 1960.
398

984
Letter from the Commission to the Department of State, dated March 11, 1904.
399-402

985
Letter from the Department of State to the Commission, dated May 18, 1964, with attached documents from the Soviet Government re Lee Harvey Oswald, with translations.
408-479

986
Soviet Embassy file re Lee Harvey Oswald.
480-539

987
Letter from Greg Olds, Dallas Civil Liberties Union to the Commission, dated May 28, 1964.
540

988
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 990, as translated by Mrs. Declan P. Ford.
541

989
State Department memorandum from Francis G. Knight to William 0. Boewell, dated December 28,1961.
542-543

990
Letter from Marina Oswald. to Greg Olds, Dallas Civil Liberties Union, dated December 7,1964 (sic).
544-545

991
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 990 was transmitted.
546

992
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 990, as translated by flarris L. Coulter, Department of State.
547

993
Narrative prepared by Marina Oswald.
548-595

994
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 993.
596-642

995
Original of subpena served on Robert A. Surrey ordering him to appear before the Commission on June 18.1964.
643-645

996
"Wanted for Treason" circular.
646-647

997
Photograph of General Walker’s yard and parking lot with camera facing Mormon Church parking lot
648

998
Aerial photograph of panoramic view of Dallas area in which General Walker’s house is shown and various streets and physical objects.
649

999
Aerial photograph of Dallas showing residence of General Walker with MET railroad tracks and other physical objects.
650

1000
Aerial photograph showing area surrounding General Walker’s house, MKT railroad tracks and various streets and boulevards.
651

1001

1002
Aerial photograph of Dallas showing area surrounding General Walker’s house, MET railroad, Love Field and various streets.
652

1003
Aerial photograph of immediate area surrounding General Walker’s house.
653

1004
Aerial photograph of Dallas and vicinity showing General Walker’s house taken from a distance and showing MET railroad tracks and streets and avenues which are Identified.
654

1005
Diagram of the immediate area surrounding the house of General Walker, drawn by Robert A. Surrey.
655

1006
Photograph of window in General Walker’s house taken from the north which is the alley side showing bullet hole in the raised window sash.
655

1007
Photograph of same window as in Commission Exhibit No. 1006, taken from the inside of General Walker’s house, showing the screen In place as well as bullet hole In under edge of sash crossbar
656

1008
Photograph of wall In General Walker’s house showing point at which bullet entered wall narrowly missing Walker.
656

1009
Photograph of opposite side of wall shown on Commission Exhibit No. 1008, with all paraphernalia In place as of Apr11 10, 1963, and also showing bullet exit hole.
657

1010
Photograph of tire imprint in area surrounding General Walker’s house.
657

1011
Photograph of fence in rear of General Walker’s house.
658

1012
Photograph of clothesline in rear yard of General Walker’s house.
658

1013
Map of the city of Dallas.
659-660

1014
Diagram of the floor plan of General Walker’s house, drawn by Robert A. Surrey.
661

1015
Book of reprints of Dallas Morning News and Dallas Times Herald stories published during the 10 days following President Kennedy’s assassination [because of its bulk and slight relevance this book was not reproduced except for the back cover].
662

1016
Photograph of Mormon Church parking lot and alley directly behind property of General Walker.
663

1017
Photograph showing alley entrance to Mormon Church parking lot, near the house of General Walker.
664

1018
Excerpt from the "U.S. Secret Service Manual," section 10, chapter I, page 7.
665

1019
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated May 5, 1964.
666-668

1020
Secret Service report, dated December 10, 1963.
669-702

1021
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated April 9, 1964, attaching answers to questions contained in the Commission letter of March 24, 1964.
703-714

1022
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated March 26, 1964.
715-718

1023
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission dated June 17, 1964.
719-721

1024
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated June 11, 1964, with attached statements of Secret Service personnel concerning the events surrounding the assassination
722-802

1025
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated April 22, 1964, with attached statements of Secret Service personnel regarding expressions by President Kennedy regarding placement of agents on or near his car.
803-809

1026
Secret Service memorandum, dated March 19, 1964, re "Secret Service Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy".
810-815

1027
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated April 22, 1964, with attached answers to series of questions dealing with Secret Service protective activities subsequent to the Dallas trip.
816-822

1028
Listing of appropriations allocations for Secret Service salaries and expenses 1960-65 and estimates for 1965.
823-825

1029
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated June 8, 1964.
826-828

1030
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated June 11, 1964, attaching suggestions for possible legislative changes in regard to Presidential protection.
829-834

1031
Tear sheet from the Dallas Morning News of November 22, 1963, entitled "Welcome Mr. Kennedy".
835

1032
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Bernard Weiseman, dated October 29,1963.
836

1033
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Bernard Welssman, dated October 1, 1963.
837-839

1033-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 1033 was transmitted.
840

1034
Corporate or partnership agreement dated September 30, i962, set ting up an organization known as AMBUS.
841-842

1035
Copy of letter from Bernard Weissman to Larrie Schmidt, dated January 7, 1964
843-845

1036
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Larry Jones, dated November 2, 1962.
846-852

1036-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 1036 was transmitted.
853

1037
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Bernard Welesman, dated June 2, 1963.
854

1037-A
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 1036 was transmitted.
855

1037-B
Pamphlet of Young Americans for Freedom, Inc.
856-857

1038
Letter from Lane Schmidt to Bernard Weissman, dated June 26, 1963 with envelope.
858

1039
Copy of letter from Bernard Weissman to Larrie Schmidt, dated July 21, 1963.
859

1040
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Bernard Weissman, dated January 4, 1963.
860-862

1041
Statement of objects, purposes, goals, and philosophy of Conservatism, USA.
863-887

1042
Code of Conduct of Conservatism, USA.
868-872

1043
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 1040 was transmitted.
873

1044
Letter from Larrie Schmidt to Bernard Welesman, dated June 18, 1963.
874-875

1045
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News.
876

1046
Envelope In which Commission Exhibit No. 1044 was transmitted.
877

1047
Undated letter from Larrie SchmidttoLarry Jones.
878-884

1048
Envelope in which Commission Exhibit No. 1047 was transmitted.
885

1049
Memorandum addressed to members of Conservatism USA, dated February 2, 1963.
883-888

1050
Envelope In which Commission Exhibit No. 1049 was transmitted,
889

1051
CUBA membership list as of November 30,1962.
890

1052
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Bernard Weissman, dated December 5, 1963.
891-897

1053-A
Document prepared by the Treasury Department containing Its recommendations for expanding the facilities of the Secret Service, dated August 27, 1964.
898-926

1053-B
Letter from Secretary Dillon, Department of the Treasury, to Kermit Gordon, Director of the Bureau of the Budget, dated August 31, 1964.
927-928

1053-C
Treasury Department memorandum, dated August 26, 1964, en titled "Criteria for Local Law Enforcement Regarding Secret Service Protective Functions."
929-930

1053-D
Letter from Donald F. Hornig, Executive Office of the President, to Secretary Dillon, Department of the Treasury, and copy of letter from Secretary Dillon to Dr. Hornig, dated August 31,1964.
931-932

1053-E
Letter from G. D’Andelot BeUn, Acting Secretary of the Treasury Department to the Commission, dated September 8,1964.
933-934

1053-F
Letter from Secretary Dillon, Department of the Treasury, to the Commission, transmitting Secret Service budget requests for the fiscal years 1960 through 1965.
935-936

VOLUME XIX

Exibit No.
Description
page

Allen, J. U.

1
Application blank filled out by Marguerite Oswald for entry of her son, John Edward Plc, into the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated July 7, 1945.
1

2
Scholastic record sheet from the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy showing John Edward Plc’s scholastic record for the 8th, 9th, and 10th grades.
2

3
Application blank filled out by Marguerite Oswald for entry of her son, Robert Lee Oswald, into the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated July 7, 1945.
3

4
Scholastic record sheet from Chamberlain-Hunt Academy showing Robert Lee Oswald’s scholastic record for the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
4

5
Letter to Mr. Farrell of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated October 29, 1945, signed Mrs. U A. Ekdahl
5

6
Letter from Marguerite Ekdahl to J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated March 8, 1946.
6-7

7
Letter to Mr. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated April 13, 1946, signed Mrs. E. A. Ekdahl.
7

8
Envelope addressed to the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, post- marked January 5, 1946.
8

9
Letter to Mr. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, from Marguerite Oswald, dated August 1, 1946.
9-10

10
Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- Hunt Academy, to Marguerite Oswald, dated August 5, 1940.
11

11
Letter from Marguerite Ekdahl to Mr. Farrell of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated January 31, 1947.
12

12
Envelope addressed to the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, post- marked July 5, 1947.
12

13
Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- Hunt Academy, to Mrs. E. A. Ekdahl, dated July 8, 1947.
13

14
Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- Hunt Academy, to John Edward Pic, dated August 5, 1947.
14

15
Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- Hunt Academy, to Marguerite Oswald, dated October 16, 1948.
15

Anderson, Eugene E.

1
Letter from Lt. Col. A. G. Folsom, Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, to the Commission, dated June 8, 1964.
16-18

Archer, Don Ray

5091
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Don Ray Archer.
19

5092
Copy of a letter from Don Ray Archer to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
20-21

5093
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Don Ray Archer, dated November 25, 1963.
22-23

Armstrong, Andrew

5800 A-E
Six photographs of Jack Ruby with two girls.
24-29

5301 A-E
Five photographs of Jack Ruby with two girls.
30-34

5302
Photograph of Eddie Rocco.
35

5303-A-M
Series of photographs taken at the Carousel Club.
36-40

5304 A-B
Two photographs taken in a nightclub.
41-42

5305 A-S
Jack Ruby’s Aladdin spiral pocket notebook.
43-46

5306A-B
Copies of telephone messages to Jack Ruby.
62

5307-A
Slip of paper bearing name of T. E. Smith.
63

5308
Notebook of Larry Crafard.
64-73

5309 A-B
Two notebooks of Jack Ruby.
74-91

5310 A-G
Copies of various FBI reports of interviews of Andrew Armstrong.
92-103

Arnett, Charles O.

5032
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Charles O. Arnett, dated December 5, 1963.
104-105

5033
Copy of a letter from Charles O. Arnett to Chief Jesse E. Curry dated November 27, 1963.
106-107

5034
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Charles O. Arnett.
108

5035
Dictabelt record envelope.
109

5036
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Charles O. Arnett.
110

Aycox, James T.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James T. Aycox, December 16, 1963.
111

Baker, Virgie

1
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
112

Barnes, W. E.

A.
Photograph of the right side of the Tippit squad car at killing site.
113

B
Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car at killing site.
113

C
Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car showing position at killing site.
114

D
Photograph of the side view of the Tippit squad car.
114

E
Photograph of the spot where Patrolman Tippit fell.
115

F
Photograph of the left rear of the Tippit squad car at killing site.
115

Batchelor, Charles

5000
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Assistant Chief Charles Batchelor.
116

5001
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Assistant Chief Charles Batchelor.
116

5002
Booklet entitled "Dallas Police Personnel Assignments, November 1963.
117-148

Bates, Pauline Virginia

1
Newspaper clipping entitled "The Oswald Mind," published in the Fort Worth Press, November 29,1963.
149-150

Beaty, Buford L.

5039
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Buford L. Beaty.
151

5040
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Buford L. Beaty, dated December 4, 1963.
152-153

5041
Copy of a letter from Buford L. Beaty to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
154-155

Beers, Ira J.

5350
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ira I. Beers, dated December 2, 1963.
156-157

5351
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ira J.. Beers, dated December 4, 1963.
158-160

5352
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Ira J. Beers.
160

Bellocchio, Frank

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Frank Bellocchio, dated December 6, 1963.
161-162

Bieberdorf, Frederick A.

5123
Copy of an FBI report of an interview of Frederick A. Bieberdorf, dated December 6, 1963.
163-166

5124
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Frederick A. Bieberdorf.
166

Bowron, Diana H

1
Newspaper clipping entitled "British nurse there."
167

2
Newspaper clipping entitled "British girl for Kennedy."
168-169

3
Newspaper clipping entitled "Thirty minutes Diana will never forget."
170

Branch, John H.

1
Copy of a statement made by John H. Branch to the FBI, dated December 9, 1963.
171-172

Brewer, E. D.

A
Map of the city of Dallas.
172

Bringuier, Carlo.

1
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald passing out "Hands Off Cuba" leaflets.
173

2
Application form for membership to .the Fair Play for Cuba Committee in New Orleans, La.
174

3
Press release, dated August 21, 1963, signed by Dr. Canoe Bringuier and captioned "Secretary of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee a Marxist."
175

4
"Open Letter to the People of New Orleans" from United Cuban Refugees.
176

Brock, Alvin B.

5113
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Alvin IL Brock.
177

5114
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Alvin IL Brock, dated December 6, 1963.
178-179

5115
Copy of a letter from Alvin R. Brock to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
180

Brock, Mary

A
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Mary Brock, dated January 22, 1964.
181

Brock, Robert

A
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert Brock, dated January 22, 1964.
182

Brown, Earle V.

A
Hand-drawn sketch of the Triple Underpass area showing the position of Earle V. Brown above Elm Street at the time of the assassination.
183

Brown, Peter M.

1
Copies of various documents relating to Lee Harvey Oswald from, the files of the Community Service Society In New York City.
184-191

Burcham, John W.

1.
Copy of Texas Employment Commission report, dated November 26, 1963, concerning records in its possession re Lee Harvey Oswald.
192-240

2
Copy of Form B-12 mailed to Lee Harvey’ Oswald by the Texas Employment Commission on April 16, 1963.
241

3
Copy of a document entitled "Last Payment Notice" mailed to Lee – Harvey Oswald by the Texas Employment Commission.
242

Cabell, Earle

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Mayor Earle Cabell, dated December 12, 1963.
243-246

Cadigan, James C.

1
Roll of microfilm obtained from Klein’s Sporting Goods, including photograph of a mail order for a C2766 rifle in the name of A. Hidell and the envelope in which the mail order was sent.
247

2
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to John B. Connally, Jr., dated January 30, 1961, and letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to R. McC. Tompkins, U.S. Marine Corps, dated March 7,1962.
248-249

3
Excerpts from the U.S. Marine Corps and Department of State files on Lee Harvey Oswald.
250-274

3-A
Photograph of a mall order for a rifle in the name A. Hidell and the envelope in which the mail order was sent.
275

4
Photograph of a portion of Cadigan Exhibit No. 2.
276

5-8
Photographs of letters from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Department of State.
277-280

9
Photographs of portions of Cadigan Exhibit No. 2.
281-282

10
Photograph of passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated June 24, 1903.
288-284

11
Photograph of a U.S. postal money order, in the amount of $21.45, dated March 12, 1963, which accompanied the mail order pictured in Carigan Exhibit No. 3-A.
285

12
Photograph of a mall order for a revolver in .the name A. Hidell
285

13
Photograph of an undated portion of an application for post office box 6225 and a photograph of a portion of an application for post office box 2915.
286

14
Photograph of change-of-address card relating to Post Office Box 2915, Dallas, Tex., dated May 12, 1963.
287

15
Photograph of the face sides of a Selective Service System notice of classification and a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, both in the name of Alek James Hidell.
288

16
Photograph of the reverse sides of the cards pictured in Cadigan Exhibit No. 15.
289

17
Sidelight photographs of the face sides of the cards pictured in Cadigan Exhibit No. 15.
290

18
Sidelight photographs of the reverse sides of the cards pictured in Cadigan Exhibit No. 15.
291

19
Photograph of a Selective Service System notice of classification in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald.
292

20
Photographs of the retouched negatives of the face side of a. Selective Service System notice of classification, the reverse side of a Selective Service System registration certificate, and the face and reverse sides of a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine Corps.
293

21
Photograph of the face and reverse sides of a Selective Service System registration certificate and a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, both in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald.
294

22
Photograph of two parts of an application for Post Office Box 30061, New Orleans, La.
295

23
Photograph of a portion of one side of a card entitled "International Certificate of Vaccination***"
296

24
Photograph of a portion of the other side of the card pictured in Cadigan Exhibit No. 23.
297

25-28
Letters written by Lee Harvey Oswald in the Russian language.
298-301

29-30
Photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 1.
302-303

Carlin, Bruce Ray

1-2
Photographs of Patrolman J. D. Tippit.
304

3-4
Photographs of Bernard Weisaman.
305

Carlin,.Karen Bennett

5818
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Karen Bennett Carlin, dated November 27, 1963.
306-307

Carro, John

1
Copy of case report of Probation Officer John Carro on Lee Harvey Oswald in connection with truancy charges, dated March 12, 1958, through March 11, 1954.
308-323

Cason, Frances

5135
Copy of Radio Call Sheet and Daily Report of Radio Calls of the Dallas Police Department.
324-325

Cheek, Bertha

5353
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Bertha Cheek, dated November 29, 1963.
326-328

5854
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Bertha Cheek, dated December 9, 1963.
329-330

Clardy, Barnard S.

5061
Copy of a letter from Barnard S. Clardy to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
331-333

5062
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Barnard S. Clardy, dated November 25, 1963.
334-335

5063
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Barnard S. Clardy, dated December 8, 1963.
336-338

5064
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Barnard S. Clardy.
339

Cole, Alwyn

1
Certificate of Service in the U.S. Marine Corps In the name of Lee Harvey Oswald.
340

2
Photographic print of the retouched negative of a portion of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification (Commission Exhibit No. 805).
340

3
Photographic print of the retouched negative of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification (Commission Exhibit No. 804).
341

4
Photographic print of the retouched negative of the face of a Selective Service System notice of classification (Commission Exhibit No. 803).
341

5
Photograph taken by reflected light, of the retouched negatives (Commission Exhibits Nos. 808, 804, 805, 811, and 812) showing the side of the negatives to which the retouching medium was not applied.
342

6
Photograph, taken by reflected light, of the retouched negatives (Commission Exhibits Nos. 808, 804, 505, 811, and 812) showing the side of the negatives to which the retouching medium was applied.
343

7
Photographic print of the retouched negative of the reverse side of a Selective Service System registration certificate (Commission Exhibit No. 811).
344

8-9
Photographic prints of the retouched negatives of the face and reverse sides-of a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine Corps (Commission Exhibit No. 812).
344

Combest, Billy H.

5099
Copy of a letter from Billy H. Combest to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
345-346

5100
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Billy H. Combest.
347

5101
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Billy H. Combest, dated December 4, 1963.
348-352

Crafard, Curtis L.

5200-A.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-1), p. 27.)

5200-B.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 6300-II, p. 28.)

5200-C.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-A, p. 24.)

5200-D.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5800-B, p. 25.)

5200-B.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-C, p. 20.)

5201.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5804-A, p. 41.)

5202.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5308, pp. 64-73.)

5203.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5809-A, pp. 74-80.)

5204.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5309-B, pp. 81-91.)

5205.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5308-K, p. 38.)

5206.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-J, p. 37.)

5207.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5301-D, p. 33.)

5208.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-L, p. 39.)

5209.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5304-B, p. 42.)

5210-5220

5221.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-I, p. 36.)

5222.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5302, p. 35.)

5223.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5807-A, p. 68.)

5224-A.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5306-B, p. 62.)

5224-B.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5806-A, p. 02.)

55225 A-S.
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5805 A-S, pp. 48-61.)

5220
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Curtis LaVerne Cra- fard dated November 29, 1963.
353-360

5227
Handwritten letter addressed to Dear Gail on Jack Ruby Associates letterhead.
361-362

5228-A
Curtis LaVerne Crafard’s discharge from the U S Army
363

5228-B
Reverse side of Crafard Exhibit No. 5228-A.
364

5229 A-B
Subpena for Larry Crafard to appear at the trial of Jack Ruby.
36-366

5230
Copy of notebook of Larry Crafard.
366-371

Creel, John

1
Interstate unemployment compensation claim record card filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963.
372-373

2
Interstate unemployment compensation claim filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 26, 1963. 376
374-375

3
Interstate request for reconsideration of monetary determination filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963. 377
376

4
Report of Texas Employment Commission, dated May 10, 1963, confirming Oswald’s earnings in Texas and certifying to his eligibility for interstate employment compensation against the State of Texas.
377

5
Application filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on July 21, 1963, for reactivation of his interstate unemployment compensation claim following his discharge by Reily Coffee Co.
378-379

6
Interstate claim booklet of Lee Harvey Oswald.
380-382

7
Personal identification claim card of Lee Harvey Oswald.
383

8
Copy of Creel Exhibit No. 3.
384

Crowe, William D.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William D. Crowe, dated November 24, 1963.
385

2
Sworn statement of William D. Crowe before the U.S. Secret Service on November 25, 1963.
386

Croy, Kenneth H.

5051
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Kenneth H. Croy, dated December 5, 1963.
387-389

5052
Copy of a letter from Kenneth H. Croy to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963
390

5053
Copy of sworn affidavit of Kenneth Croy, dated December 1, 1963.
391392

5054
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Kenneth H. Croy.
393

Crulli, Elgin E.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Elgin Crull, dated December 12, 1963.
394-396

Cunningham, Helen P.

1
Copy of application form of the Texas Employment Commission, as filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald.
397-398

1-A
Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 1.
399-400

2
Copy of individual aptitude profile card of the Texas Employment Commission for Lee Harvey Oswald.
401

2-A.
Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 2.
402

3
Copy of an unemployment compensation claim card listing the dates that Lee Harvey Oswald filed interstate claims In New Orleans and Dallas.
403

3-A
Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 3.
404

4
Original copy of the counseling record card on Lee Harvey Oswald which was prepared by Mrs. Helen P. Cunningham of the Texas Employment Commission.
405

Curry, Jesse E.

5313
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 25, 1963.
406-407

5314
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 11, 1963.
408-409

Cutchshaw, Wilbur J.

5042
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Wilbur J. Cutchshaw, dated December 2, 1963.
410-412

5043
Copy of a letter from Wilbur J. Cutchshaw to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 24, 1963.
413

5044
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Wilbur J. Cutchahaw, dated November 25, 1963.
414-415

5045
Handwritten statement of Wilbur J. Cutchshaw, dated November 24, 1963.
416

5046
Diagram of the basement of the Pollee and Courts Building, as marked by Wilbur 3. Cutchahaw.
417

Daniels, Napoleon J.

5324
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Napoleon J. DanIels.
418

5825
Copy of sworn affidavit of Napoleon 3. Daniels, dated November 29, 1963.
419-420

5326
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Napoleon J. Daniels, dated December 4, 1963.
421-424

5327
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Napoleon J. Daniels, dated December 19, 1963.
425-427

Davis, Virginia

1
Diagram of the area of the Tippit shooting, drawn by Virginia L Davis
428

2
Copy of sworn affidavit of Virginia Davis, dated November 22, 1963.
429

430
Copy of sworn affidavit of Virginia Davis, dated December 1, 1963.
430

Dean, Patrick T.

5007
Diagram of the basement of the Pollee and Courts Building, as marked by Patrick T. Dean.
431

5008
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Patrick T. Dean, dated December 2,1963.
432-437

5009
Copy of a letter from Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
438-439

5010
Copy of a letter from Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated February 18, 1964.
440-441

5011
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Patrick T. Dean, dated December 10, 1963.
442-444

5012
Patrick Dean’s notes on a telephone call made to the Dallas Police Department from Ralph Simpson on March 24, 1964.
445

5136
Dallas Police Department record of telephone call made to the Dallas Police Department from Ralph Simpson on March 24, 1964.
446

5136-A
Reverse side of Dean Exhibit No. 5136.
447

5137
Copy of a letter from Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 8, 1963.
448-450

5138
Tape recording of an interview with Patrick T. Dean on Dallas radio station KLIF.
451

Decker, J. E.

5321
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Sheriff J. E. Decker, dated November 28, 1963.
452

5322
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Sheriff J. E. Decker, dated November 28, 1963.
453

5323
Dallas County Sheriff’s Office record of the events surrounding the assassination.
454-543

De Mohrenschildt, George

1
One-page sheet consisting of a clipping from a French newspaper and a telegram from Tardien to George De Mohrenschildt, dated July 12, 1962.
544

2
Letter from Clemard Joseph Charles to George N Mollrenschlldt, dated July 31, 1962.
545

3
Envelope addressed to Paul Raigorodsky from George De Mohrenschildt.
546

4
Letter from Jeanne and George N Mohrenschildt to Paul Raigorodaky, dated June 30.
547-548

5
Letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Jean do Menil, dated July 27, 1962.
549-550

6
Promotional literature on the letterhead of George De Mohrenschildt re Haitian Holding Co., dated August 1, 1962.
551

7
Telegram from Tardieu to George De Mohrenschildt, dated August 8, 1962.
552

8
Envelope addressed to Paul Raigorodsky from George De Mohrenschildt.
552

9
Letter from Jeanne and George De Mohrenschildt to Paul Raigorodsky, dated September 12, 1963.
553

10
Diagram of a planned development in Haiti which was enclosed with N Mohrenschildt Exhibit No. 9.
554

11
Map of Haiti, as marked by George De Mohrenschildt.
554

12
Letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchincloss, dated February 2, 1964.
555

13
Envelope addressed to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchincloss from George De Mohrenschildt.
556

14
Letter from George N Mohrenachildt to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchincloss., dated December 12, 1963.
557-558

15
Envelope addressed to Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss from George De Mohrenschildt.
559

16
Copy of a letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Jean de Menil, dated August 7, 1902.
560

Dhority, C. N.

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of Cecil 3. McWatters, dated November 22, 1963.
561

B
Copy of sworn affidavit of Mrs. Virginia Davis, dated November 22, 1963.
562

Dillard, Tom C.

A
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken by Tom C. Dillard shortly after the assassination.
563

B
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken by Tom C. Dillard shortly after the assassination.
564

C
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, of which Dullard Exhibit A is an enlargement.
565

D
Same as Dillard Exhibit B.
566

Dobbs, Farrell

1
Subscription blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, rubber stamped December 17, 1962.
567

2
Renewal subscription blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, rubber stamped May 28, 1963.
567

3.
Addressograph plate for Lee Harvey Oswald.
568

4
Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, postmarked June 12, 1963.
568-569

5
Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, postmarked November 2, 1963.
569-570

6
Copy of a letter from Pioneer Publishers to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated September 29, 1902; a receipt dated August 31, 1962; an order blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to Pioneer Publishers for a copy of "The Teachings of Leon Trotsky"; an envelope post- marked January 21, 1963, from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Pioneer Publishers.
570-572

7
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Pioneer Publishers, dated January 1, and a receipt dated January 11, 1963.
573

8
Copy of a letter from Mrs. V. Halstead, Pioneer Publishers, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated April 26, 1963.
574

9
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party, dated August 12, 1962; newspaper ad coupon from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party; copy of letter from Sherry Finer, Socialist Workers Party, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated August 23, 1962.
575-576

10
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party, dated September 1, 1963, with envelope.
577

11
Letter from Farrell Dobbs to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 5, 1962.
578

12
Letter from Bob Chester to Lee Harvey Oswald dated December 9, 1962.
579

13
Letter from Joseph Task, Socialist Workers Party, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated March 27, 1963.
580

Donabedian, George

1
Copy of the U.S. Marine Corps chronological health record of Lee Harvey Oswald.
581-617

Dougherty, Jack E.

A
Copy of a statement made by Jack E. Dougherty to the FBI, dated March 18, 1964.
618

B
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Jack E. Dougherty, dated December 19, 1963.
619-620

C
Copy of a statement made by Jack E. Dougherty to the FBI, dated November 23, 1963.
621-622

Dowe, Kenneth L.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Kenneth L. Dowe, dated December 16, 1963.
623

2
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Kenneth L. Dowe, dated June 5, 1964.
624-626

Duncan, William G.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William G. Duncan, dated November 29, 1963.
627

2
Copy of testimony given at the trial of Jack Ruby by William G. Duncan.
628-643

Eberhardt, August M.

5025
Sketch drawn by August M. Eberhardt showing the positions of Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby at a press conference held on November 22, 1963, at the police assembly room of the Police and Courts Building.
644

5026
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with August M. Eberhardt, dated December 21, 1963.
645-646

Edwards, Robert E.

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of Robert E. Edwards, dated November 22, 1963.
647

Evans, Sidney

5122
Series of photographs of Jack Ruby.
648

Fehrenbach, George W.

1
Sketch drawn by George W. Fehrenbach showing the location of Sam Jaffe’s office on Walnut Street in Muncie Ind.
649

2
Photograph of Judge and Mrs. Benjamin J. Kanter
649

3
Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H-. Sugerman.
649

4
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5302, p. 35.)

5
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-B, p. 25.)

6
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-M, p. 40.)

7
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-E, p. 28.)

Fischer, Ronald B.

1
Copy of sworn affidavit of Ronald B. Fischer, dated November 22, 1963.
650

Fleming, Harold

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Harold Fleming, dated June 29, 1964.
651-655

Folsom, Allison G

1
Copy of U.S. Marine Corps record on Lee Harvey Oswald.
656-768

Foster, J. W.

A
Hand-drawn sketch of the Triple Underpass showing the position of J. W. Foster at the time of the assassination.
769

B
Photograph of a manhole cover on Elm Street in Dallas indicating the point at which it was allegedly struck by a bullet.
769

Frazier, Wiliam B.

5086
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William B. Frazier, dated December 9, 1963.
770-771

5087
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William B. Frazier, dated November 25, 1963.
772

Fuqua, Harold B.

5134
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Harold H-. Fuqua, dated December 10, 1963.
778-774

VOLUME XX

Exibit No.
Description
page

Gallagher, John F.

1
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated March 18, 1964
1-2

Gangi, Theodore F.

1.
Copy of an application for employment filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald for employment with the Padgett Printing Corp., dated October 4, 1963.
3

Garner, Jesse J.

1 4
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald handing out "Hands Off Cuba" leaflets.
4

Gibson, John

A
Photograph showing the interior of the Texas Theatre.
4

Giesecke; Dr. Adolph H.

1
Copy of a statement made by Dr. Adolph H. Giesecke to the administrator of Parkland Memorial Hospital, dated November 25, 1963.
5-7

Goodson, Clyde F.

I
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Clyde F. Goodson, dated June 19, 1964.
8

Grant, Eva.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Eva L. Grant, dated November 25, 1963.
9-15

2
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Eva L. Grant, dated November 30, 1963.
16

3
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Eva L. Grant, dated December 2, 1963.
17

Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Eva L. Grant, dated January 2, 1964
18

Graves, Gene

1
Copies of weekly time cards, dated July 21, 1962, through October 13, 1962, submitted by Lee Harvey Oswald while employed with the Leslie Welding Co.
19-21

Graves, L. C.

5003-A
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with L. C. Graves, dated November 25, 1963.
22

5003-B
Copy of the first page of an FBI report of an interview with L. C. Graves, dated November 25, 1963.
23

5003-C
Copy of the second page of the FBI report described in Graves Exhibit No. 5003-B.
24

Gray, Virginia

1
Copy of a letter addressed "Dear Sirs" from Lee Harvey Oswald, dated October 3, 1956, and a copy of an advertisement addressed to "The Socialist Call," filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald.
25-26

Greener, Charles

1
Photograph of Irving Sports Shop repair tag No. 1837.
27

2
Copy of a newspaper clipping published in the New York Times on Friday, November 29, 1963.
28-30

3-4
Photographs of the C2766 rifle.
31

Gregory, Charles F.

1
Copies of five diagrams showing the position of wounds suffered by Governor Connally on November 22, 1963.
32-36

Hall, C. Ray

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Jack Ruby, dated November 25, 1963.
37-40

2
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Jack Ruby, dated November 25, 1963.
41-46

3
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Jack Ruby, dated December 25, 1963.
47-62

4
Copy of handwritten notes made by C. Ray Hall, setting forth the circumstances of an interview with Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963.
63

Hall, Marvin E.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Marvin. Hall, dated June 25. 1964.
64-67

Hallmark, Garnett C.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Garnett C. Hallmark, dated December 11, 1963.
68-72

Hankal, Robert L.

5337
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert L Hankal, dated December 3, 1963.
73-75

5338
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Robert L. Hankal.
76

Hansen, Timothy M.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Timothy M. Hansen, dated December 11, 1963.
77-80

2
Sketch drawn by Timothy M. Hansen of the intersection of Main and Harwood Streets in Dallas.
59

Hardin, Michael M.

5125-5126
Copy of ambulance call tickets, dated November 24, instructing that Lee Harvey Oswald be taken from city Jail to Parkland.
81

5127
Copy of charges for ambulance services, dated November 23, 1963, made out to Lee Harvey Oswald.
81

Harrison, William J.

5027
Sketch drawn by William J. Harrison of the subbasement of the Police and Courts Building.
82

5028
Diagram of .the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by William 3. Harrison
82

5029
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William J. Harrison, dated December 6, 1963.
83-86

5030
Copy of a letter from William 3. Harrison to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 4, 1963.
87

5031
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William J. Harrison, dated November 25, 1963.
88

Hartogs, Renatus

1
Copy of psychiatrist’s report of an examination of Lee Harvey Oswald, made by Dr. Renatus Hartogs and dated May 7, 1953.
89-90

Helmick, Wanda

1
Sketch drawn by Wanda Helmick of the inside of the Bull Pen Drive-In in Dallas.
91

Hendon, Bell P.

1-12
Charts from the polygraph examination of Jack Ruby.
92-155

Hill, Gerald L

A
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald being subdued in the Texas Theatre.
156

B
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald being taken from the Texas Theatre.
156

C.
Photograph of crowd in front of the Texas Theatre during the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald.
157

Hill, Jean L.

5
Sketch drawn by Jean L. Hill showing her location at the time of of the assassination.
158

Hodge, Alfred D.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Alfred D. Hodge, dated November 24, 1963.
159

Holland, S. M.

A
Hand-drawn sketch of the Triple Underpass showing the position of S. M. Holland at the time of the assassination.
160

B
Photograph taken by S. M. Holland showing his son at the railing of the Triple Underpass above Elm Street in Dallas.
161

C
Photograph taken by S. M. Holland from above the Triple Underpass on Elm Street and the Texas School Book Depository Building.
162

D
Copy of sworn affidavit of S. M. Holland, dated November 22, 1963.
163

Holly, Harold B.

5109
Copy of a letter from Jack Revill to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 1, 1963.
164-165

5110
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Harold B. Holly, dated December 7, 1963.
166-170

5111
Copy of a letter from A. M. Eberhardt to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 29, 1963.
171

Holmes, Harry D.

1
Copy of an application for post office box 6225, by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 1, 1963.
172

1-A
Sample form for application for post office box.
173

2
Copy of a Klein’s advertisement of a 6.5 Italian carbine, taken from Field and Stream magazine, November 1963.
174

2-A
Copy of an application for post office box 5475 by Jack Ruby, dated November 7, 1963.
175

Copy of an application for post office box 2915, by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated October 9, 1962.
176

3-A
Change-of-address card for Lee Harvey Oswald, dated October 11, 1963.
176

4
Statement of Harry D. Holmes, dated December 17,1963.
177-180

5
Copy of circular entitled "Wanted for Treason.
181

6
Copy of an application for post office Box 5475 by Jack Ruby, dated November 7, 1963.
182

Hudson, Emmett J.

1
Photograph of Presidential motorcade taken by Phil Willis
183

Huffaker, Robert S.

5331
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert S. Huffaker, dated November 28, 1963.
184-185

5332
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert S. Huffaker, dated December 2, 1963.
186-187

5333
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Robert S. Huffaker.
188

Hulen, Richard

1
Copy of an application by Jack Ruby for membership in the Dallas YMCA, dated September 2, 1958.
189

2
Handwritten list of four 1962 entries and one 1963 entry entitled "Residence-Lee Oswald."
189

3
Copy of a receipt given by the Dallas YMCA to Lee Harvey Oswald indicating that he spent the evening of October 15, 1962, there.
190

4
Copy of a receipt given by the Dallas YMCA to Lee Harvey Oswald indicating that he spent the evening of October 16, 1962, there.
191

5
Copy of a receipt given by the Dallas YMCA to Lee Harvey Oswald indicating that he spent the evening of October 16, 1962, there.
191

6
Copy of a receipt given by the Dallas YMCA to Lee Harvey Oswald indicating that he spent the evening of October 18, 1962, there.
191

7
Copy of a receipt given by the Dallas YMCA to Lee Harvey Oswald, indicating that he spent the evening of October 3, 1963, there.
192

8
A sample transient record card of the Dallas YMCA.
192

9
Ledger sheet of the Dallas YMCA showing payments of transient guests for October 15, October 16, and part of October 17, 1962.
193

10
Ledger sheet of the Dallas YMCA showing payments of transient guests for part of October 17, October 18, and part of October 19, 1962.
194

11
Ledger sheet of the Dallas YMCA showing payments of transient guests for October 2, October 3, and part of October 4, 1963.
195

12
Copy of the Dallas YMCA residence hall report dated October 3, 1963, showing Lee Harvey Oswald as a "transient in."
196

13
Copy of a Dallas YMCA residence hall report, dated October 4, 1963, showing Lee Harvey Oswald as a "transient out."
197

14
Copy of a Dallas YMCA residence hail report dated October 15, 1962, showing Lee Harvey Oswald as a "transient in."
198

15
Copy of a Dallas YMCA residence hall report dated October 19,1962, showing Lee Harvey Oswald as a "transient out."
199

Hulse, C. E.

5135
Copy of a radio call sheet of the Dallas Police Department, dated November 24, 1963.
200-201

Hunley Bobb W.

1
Copy of an interstate request for reconsideration of monetary determination filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963.
202-203

2
Copy of a continued interstate claim filed by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated September 3, 1963.
204-205

3
Copy of a continued interstate claim filed by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 7, 1963
206-207

4
Copy of a document identical to Hunley Exhibit No. 1 except for some additional pencil notes.
208-209

5
Copy of a continued interstate claim, executed by Lee Harvey Oswald, on July 30, 1963.
210-211

6
Copy of -an interstate claim supplement, executed by Lee Harvey Oswald, on July 21, 1963.
212-213

7
Copy of a continued interstate claim filed by Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 15, 1963.
214-215

Isaacs, Martin

1
Documents in the files of the city of New York Department of Welfare relating to Lee Harvey Oswald.
216-231

2
Copy of a resource summary of the New York City Department of Welfare on Lee Harvey Oswald, dated June 13, 1962.
232-233

3
New York State Department of Welfare memorandum from Janet Ruscoll to Lula Jean Elliott, dated June 14, 1962, re Lee Harvey Oswald.
234

James, Virginia H.

1
Department of State reference slip from B. Waterman to V. James, attaching a memorandum from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Department of State.
235.

2
Department of State memorandum from Robert I. Owen to John H. Cramp, dated March 16, 1962.
236-237

3
Telegram to the Secretary of State from the American Embassy in Moscow.
238

3-A
Department of State memorandum from Robert F. Hale to Michel Cieplinski.
239-244

4
Letter from Robert H. Robinson, Immigration and Naturalization Service, to Michel Cieplinski, Department of State, dated May 9, 1962.
241

5
Memorandum to the Secretary of State from American Embassy in Moscow.
242

6
Copy of letter from Michel Cieplinski, Department of State, to Raymond F. Farrell, Immigration and Naturalization Service, dated arch 27, 1962.
243-244

7
Telegram from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow.
245

8
Telegram from the Department of-State to the American Embassy in Moscow.
246

9
Transmittal slip from the Department of State to the American Embassy in Moscow, dated March 16, 1962, attaching memorandum from Robert I. Owen to John E. Crump, dated March 16, 1962.
247-249

10
Copy of letter from the Department of State to Marguerite Oswald, dated June 7, 1962.
250

11
Telegram from the American Embassy in Moscow to the Secretary of State.
251

Jenkins, Marion T.

36
Copy of a statement made by Dr. Marion T. Jenkins to the dean of the Southwestern Medical School, dated November 22, 1963, concerning the resuscitative efforts made in behalf of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
252-253

Jenkins, Ronald L.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ronald L. Jenkins, dated December 10, 1963.
254-256

Johnson, Arnold S.

1
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Worker, dated June 10, 1962.
257-259

2
Letter from Arnold S. Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated July 31,1963
260

Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Arnold S. Johnson, dated August 13, 1963.
261

4
Letter from Lee. Harvey Oswald to the Communist Party, dated August 28, 1963.
262-264

4-A
Letter from Arnold S. Johnson to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated September 19, 1963.
265

5
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Mr. Bert of the Worker, dated August 31, with envelope.
266-268

5-A
Photograph of -an advertisement for the Worker.
269

6
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Communist Party, dated September 1, 1963.
270

7
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to Arnold S. Johnson, with envelope postmarked November 1, 1963.
271-275

Johnson, Gladys J.

A
Copy of a rooming house register, dated October 14, 1963, through November25, 1963, bearing the signature O. H. Lee.
276

Johnson, Priscilla M.

1
Copy of handwritten notes taken by Priscilla M. Johnson during an interview with Lee Harvey Oswald, on or- about November 16, 1959
277-285

2
Copy of an article submitted by Priscilla Johnson to North American Newspaper Alliance
286-289

3
Copy of a newspaper dipping entitled "The Stuff of Which Fantasies Are Made," published in the Boston Globe, on November 1963.
290

4
Copy of a newspaper clipping of an interview with Priscilla Johnson, published in the Christian Science Monitor, on November 25, 1963.
291

5
Copy of a statement made by Priscilla Johnson to the Department of State.
292-306

6
Magazine clipping entitled "Oswald in Moscow," published in Harpers magazine in April 1964.
307-311

Johnson, Speedy

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview of Speedy Johnson, dated December 6, 1963.
312

Johnston, David L.

1
Report prepared by David L. Johnston concerning certain events surrounding the assassination.
313-316

2
Copy of a handwritten list prepared by David L. Johnston of persons involved in the local investigation of the assassination.
317-318

3
Sworn affidavit of J. W. Fritz, dated November 22, 1963, charging Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of Officer J. D. Tippit.
319-320

4
Sworn affidavit of J. W. Fritz, dated November 22, 1963, charging Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of President John F. Kennedy.
321-322

5
Sworn affidavit of Robert E. McKinney, dated November 22, 1963, charging Lee Harvey Oswald with attempting to murder Governor Connally.
323-324

Jones, Orville A.

5054
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Orville A. Jones, dated November 25, 1963.
325

5055
Copy of a letter from Orville A. Jones to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 28, 1963.
326-328

5056
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Orville A. Jones, dated December 2, 1963.
329-331

5057
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Orville A. Jones.
332

Jones, Ronald C.

1
Copy of a statement made by Dr. Ronald C. Jones, dated November 23, 1963, concerning the resuscitative efforts made in behalf of President John F. Kennedy on November22, 1963.
333

Kaiser, Frankie

A
Photograph showing the point at which a clipboard was discovered in the Texas School Book Depository Building.
334

B
Photograph showing-the window sill on which a coat was discovered in the domino room of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
334

C
Photograph showing details of the window sill described in Kaiser Exhibit B.
335

Kantor, Seth

1
Sketch drawn by Seth Kantor of the main entrance and emergency areas of Parkland Hospital in Dallas,
336

2
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Seth- Kantor.
337

3
Handwritten notes made by Seth Kantor concerning events surrounding the assassination.
338-402

4
Notes typed from a tape recording made by Seth Kantor concerning President Kennedy’s trip to Texas, November 21-22, 1963.
403-421

5
Handwritten notes made by Seth Kantor of an interview with Mrs. Michael Paine, and handwritten notes concerning Mrs. J. D. Tippit.
422-426

6
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Seth Kantor, dated December 8, 1963.
427

7
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Seth Kantor, dated December 3, 1963. –
428-432

8
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Seth Kantor, dated January 3, 1964.
433-437

Kaufman, Stanley F.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Stanley F. Kaufman, dated November 26, 1963.
438-439

Kelley, Thomas J.

A
Memoranda of interviews with Lee Harvey Oswald on November 23-24, 1963, as summarized by Inspector Thomas J. Kelley of the U.S. Secret Service.
440-446

Kelly, Edward

5133
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Edward Kelly, dated December 10, 1963.
447

King, Glen D.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Glen D. King, dated January 31, 1964.
448

2
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Glen D. King, dated December 11, 1963.
449-450

3
Copy of a letter from Glen D. King to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated, December 2, 1963.
451-452

4
Galley proof of a speech made by Glen D. King before the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
453-461

5
Copy of the speech described in King Exhibit No. 4.
462-469

Kleinman, Abraham

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Abraham Kleinman, dated December 10, 1963.
470-472

Knight, Russell

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Russell Lee Moore, a.k.a. Russ Knight, dated November 29, 1963.
473

Kramer, Monica

1-2
Photographs taken on August 10, 1961, in Central Square, Minsk, Russia.
474-475

Kravitz, Herbert B.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Herbert B. Kravitz, dated November 29, 1963.
476

Kriss, Harry M.

5106
Copy of a letter from Harry M. Kriss to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
478

5107
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Harry M. Kriss, dated December 4, 1963.
478-479

5108
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Harry M. Kriss.
480

Lane, Doyle R.

5118
Copy of an application by Jack Ruby for a money order, dated November 24, 1963.
481

5119
Copy of a money order receipt given to Jack Ruby, dated November 24, 1963.
481

Lawrence, Perdue W.

1
Handwritten instructions from Chief Batchelor to Perdue W. Lawrence, concerning traffic control for the Presidential motorcade.
482-488

2
Copy of personnel assignments for the Presidential motorcade made by Perdue W. Lawrence, dated November 21, 1963.
489-495

3
Copy of supplementary assignments made by Perdue W. Lawrence, dated November 22, 1963.
496

4
Copy of a letter from Perdue W. Lawrence to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated July 15, 1964.
497-498

Leavelle, James R.

A
Copy of a report by James R. Leavelle concerning the shooting of President John F. Kennedy and of Officer Tippit.
499-503

5088
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James R. Leavelle, dated November 25, 1963.
504-505

5089
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James R. Leavelle, dated December 11, 1963.
506-507

5090
Copy of a report by James R. Leavelle concerning the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald.
508-509

Lee, Ivan D.

A
Photograph showing the rear of General Walker’s residence at Turtle Creek Boulevard in Dallas.
510

B
Photograph showing the entrance to a driveway leading to the residence of General Walker.
510

Lee, Vincent T.

1
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the ‘Fair Play for Cuba Committee.
511

2
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, dated May 26.
512-513

3
Letter from V. T. Lee, national director of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 29, 1963.
514-516

3-A
Letter from V. T. Lee, national director of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 22, 1963.
517

4
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to V. T. Lee, enclosing a leaflet en- titled "Hands Off Cuba" and Fair Play for Cuba Committee order blank.
518-523

5
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to V. T. Lee, dated August 1.
524-525

6
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to V. T. Lee, dated August 12, 1963, enclosing a sworn affidavit charging Oswald and others with disturbing the peace in New Orleans, and a newspaper clipping concerning the conviction of Oswald for disturbing the peace.
526-528

7
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to V. T. Lee, dated August 17, with envelope.
529-531

8-A
Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, postmarked May 14, 1963.
531

8-B
Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, postmarked June 12, 1963
532

8-C
Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, postmarked November 2, 1963
532

9
Envelope from Lee Harvey Oswald to V. T. Lee, Fair Play for Cuba Committee, postmarked August 4, 1963.
533

Lewis, Aubrey L.

1
Dallas Police Department photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald, taken November 23, 1963.
533

Lewis, L. J.

A
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with L. J. Lewis, dated January 22, 1964.
534

Lowery, Roy L.

5081
Copy of a letter from Roy L. Lowery to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 24, 1963.
535

5082
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Roy L. Lowery, dated November 25, 1963.
536-537

5083
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Roy L. Lowery, dated December 3, 1963.
538-542

5084
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Roy L. Lowery.
543

5085
Copy of a report from P. 0. McCaghren to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 1, 1963.
544-545

McCullough, John G.

1
Sketch of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, drawn by John G. McCullough.
546

2
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with John G. McCullough, dated December 1, 1963.
547-551

McCurdy, Danny P.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Danny P. McCurdy, dated November 29, 1963.
552-553

McMillon, Thomas D.

5015
Sketch drawn by Thomas D. McMillon of the location of the Police and Courts Building.
554

5016
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Thomas D. McMillon.
555

5017
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Thomas D. McMillon, dated December 5, 1963.
556-560

5018
Copy of a letter from Thomas D. McMillon to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
561-562

5019
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Thomas D. McMillon, dated November 25, 1963.
563-564

5020
Copy of handwritten version of McMillon Exhibit No. 5018.
565-570

Markham, Helen L.

1
Copy of a transcript of a tape recording of an alleged telephone conversation between Helen L. Markham and Mark Lane.
571-599

2
Letter from James Kerr to Helen L. Markham, dated July 10, 1964, with envelope.
600-601

Martin, Frank M.

5058
Copy of a letter from Frank M. Martin to Chief Jesse Fl. Curry, dated November 26, 1963
602

5059
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Frank M. Martin, dated December 2, 1963.
603-604

5060
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Frank M. Martin.
605

Maxey, Billy J.

5004
Copy of a letter from Billy J. Maxey to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
606-607

5005
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Billy J. Maxey, dated December 7, 1963.
603-609

5006
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Billy 3. Maxey, dated December 3, 1963
610-612

Mayo, Logan W.

5111
Copy of a letter from Jack Revill to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 3, 1963.
613

5112
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Logan W. Mayo, dated December 5, 1963.
614

Michaelis, Heinz W.

1
Copy of a looseleaf notebook page containing a listing of all guns sold from case No. 3 of a purchase from Empire Wholesale Sporting Goods, Ltd.
615

2
Copy of Seaport Traders, Inc., dated March 13, 1963, recording the sale of a pistol to A. J. Hidell.
616

3
Original of Michaelis Exhibit No. 2.
617

4
Copy of a Railway Express Agency receipt, dated March 20, 1963, Indicating the shipment of a pistol to A. Hidell
618

5
Railway Express Agency brief of information for c.o.d. shipment to A. J. Hidell.
619

Miller, Austin L.

A.
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area showing the position of Austin L. Miller at the time of the assassination
620

Miller, Dave L

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Dave L. Miller, dated January 6, 1964.
621-622

Miller Louis D.

5013
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Louis D. Miller, dated December 5, 1963.
623-625

5014
Copy of a letter from Louis D. Miller to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963
626

Molina, Joe H.

A
Letter from Joe H. Molina to the Commission dated March 31, 1964
627

Montgomery, L. D.

5004
diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by L. D. Montgomery
628

5005
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with L. D. Montgomery, dated December 5, 1963.
629

5006
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with L. D. Montgomery, dated November 25, 1963.
630

Moore, Henry M.

1
Copy of a Dallas Police Department receipt for the property of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated November 26, 1963.
631-637

Murphy, Joe B.

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass showing the position of Joe E. Murphy at the time of the assassination.
638

Murret, Lillian

1
Photograph of Marguerite Claverie Oswald and Edwin A. Ekdahl, taken May 5, 1945.
639

Nelson, Doris M.

1
Copy of a statement made by Doris Nelson concerning her activities at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963.
640-643

Newman, William J.

5067
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by William J. Newman.
644

5068
Copy of a letter from William J. Newman to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
645

5068-A
Copy of a statement made by William J. Newman.
646

5068-B
Copy of a memorandum from R. W. Westphal to Lieutenant Revill, dated December 6, 1963.
647

5068-C
Copy of a letter from Jack Revill and C. C. Wallace to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated December 1, 1963.
648

5068-D
Copy of an FBI report of an interview, with William J. Newman, dated December 5, 1963.
649

5038-B
Photograph showing man identified by William J. Newman as Jerome Casten.
650

Newnam, John

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with John Newnam, dated December 4, 1963.
651

2
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with John Newnam, dated December 11, 1963.
652

3
Copy of testimony given by John Newnam at the trial of Jack Ruby.
653-671

4
Sketch of the second door of the Dallas Morning News Building, drawn by John Newnam.
672

Nichols, Alice R

5355
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Alice R. Nichols, dated November 25, 1963.
673-681

5356
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Alice R. Nichols, dated January 18, 1964.
682-683

Nichols, H. Louis

A.
Copy of a letter from H. Louis Nichols to Leon Jaworski, dated February 10, 1964.
684-686

Norton, Robert L.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert L. Norton, dated November 29, 1963.
687

Odio, Sylvia

1
Copy of a letter written in Spanish to Sylvia Odio from her father, dated December 25, 1963.
688-691

Odum, Bardwell D.

1
Photograph of an unknown individual which was furnished the FBI by the Central Intelligence Agency.
691

Oliver, Revilo P

1
Cover, contents page, an article entitled "Assassination and Its Aftermath," and an article entitled "Marksmanship in Dallas" contained In the March 1964 issue of "American Opinion."
692-717

2
Cover, contents page, and an article entitled "Marxmanship In Dallas" from the February 1964 issue of "American Opinion."
718-735

3
Portions of the Congressional Record for December 4, 1963.
736-737

4
December 20, 1963, issue of "The Counclior."
738-741

5
May 17, 1964, Issue of National Enquirer.
742-744

6
January 17, 1964, issue of "The Herald of Freedom."
745-748

7
Reprint of newspaper Item published In the "National Enquirer."
749

8
Reprint of news Item In the Jackson, Miss., "Clarion-Ledger" of February 21, 1964.
750

9
Portions of the Congressional Record for September 3, 1964.
751-752

10
Original transcript of speech delivered by Revilo P. Oliver while on tour in August and September of 1964.
753-793

11
December 6, 1963, Issue of "The Herald of Freedom."
794-797

12
Newspaper article entitled "UI Officials Study Prof’s Article Attacking Kennedy" which appeared in the February 12, 1964, Issue of the Chicago Daily News
798

VOLUME XXI

Exhibit
No.
page

Paine, Michael

1
Sketch drawn by Michael R. Paine of a bundle in his garage, belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald.
1

2
Piece of 16-strand string, approximately 45 inches long.
1

Paine, Ruth H.

270
Piece of heavy string, approximately 30 inches long
2

271
Piece of string, approximately 20 inches long.
2

272
Sample of wrapping paper kept by Ruth Paine in her home.
3

273
Sample of sticky tape kept by Ruth Paine in her home.
3

274
Piece of string, approximately 24 inches long.
3

275-276
Curtain rods found on a shelf in the garage of Ruth Paine.
4

277
Copies of seven letters written by Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald following the assassination.
5-12

277-A
Check in the amount of $10 payable to Marina Oswald from Ruth Paine, dated December 28, 1963.
13

277-B
Check in the amount of $5 payable to Marina Oswald from Ruth Paine, dated January 8, 1964.
13

278 . 14-15
Christmas card from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine.
14-15

278-A
Envelope in which Paine Exhibit No. 278 was transmitted.461
16

Copies of letters Ruth Paine wrote to her mother.
17

469
Translation of an undated letter from Ruth Paine to Marina Oswald.
18

Pappas, Icarus M.

1
Photograph taken in the basement of the Police and Courts Building showing Jack Ruby, with gun in hand, approaching Lee Harvey Oswald.
18

2
Series of pictures taken before and during the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby.
20

3
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Icarus M. Pappas, dated December 3, 1963.
21-22

4
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Icarus M. Pappas, dated July 1, 1964. V
23-24

Patterson, B. M.

A
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with B. M. Patterson, dated January 23, 1964.
25

B
FBI report of interviews with L. 3. Lewis and B. M. Patterson, dated August 27, 1964.
26-28

Patterson, Bobby G..

5311
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Bobby G Patterson, dated December 2, 1963.
29-30

5312
Copy of a letter from Bobby G. Patterson to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
31

Patterson, Robert C.

5357
(See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5305-E, vol. XIX, p. 47.)

5358
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert . Patterson, dated December 19, 1963.
32

Paul, Ralph

5319
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ralph Paul, dated November 25, 1963.
33-41

5320
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Ralph Paul, dated November 29, 1963.
42

Pena, Orest

1
Photograph of passport application of Orest Pena, signed June 24,1963.
43-48

Phenix, George R.

5328
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with George R. Phenix, dated November 24, 1963.
47

5329
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with George R. Phenix, dated November 28, 1963.
48

5330
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by George B. Phenix.
49

Pic, John E.

1
Marriage certificate of Marguerite Francis Claverie and Edward John Pic, Jr., dated August 8, 1929.
50-51

2
Copy of an application blank executed by Marguerite Oswald for admission of Lee Harvey Oswald to the Evangelical Lutheran Bethlehem Orphan Asylum Association, dated December 26, 1942,and three pages of related documents.
52-55

2-A
Copy of an application executed by Marguerite Oswald to effect the release of Lee Harvey Oswald from the Evangelical Lutheran Bethlehem Orphan Asylum, dated January 29, 1944.
56

3
Copy of an application blank executed by Marguerite Oswald for admission of Robert Oswald to the Evangelical Lutheran Bethlehem Orphan Asylum Association, dated January 8, 1942.
57

4
Copy of a letter from Marguerite Oswald to the Reverend Harold, dated February 1, 1945.
58-59

5
Copy of an application blank executed by Rev. J. H. Nau for admission of John Edward Pic and Robert Oswald to the Evangelical Lutheran Bethlehem Orphan Asylum Association, dated December 28, 1942.
60-61

6 and 6-A
Undated letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked May 8, 1950.
62

7and 7-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked May 23, 1950.
63-64

8 and 8-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked May 24, 1950.
64-65

9 and 9-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked June 9, 1950.
65-66

10 and 10 A-B
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked August 23, 1950.
67

11 and 11-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked August 15, 1950.
68-69

12 and 12-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked November 6, 1950.
69-70

13 and 13-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked December 13, 1950.
70-71

14
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to John Pic.
72

15
Christmas card with note to John Pic from Lee Harvey Oswald.
72

16 and 16-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked April 16, 1951.
73-74

17 and 17-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked April 23, 1951.
74-75

18 and 18-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked May 22, 1951.
75-76

19 and 19-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked June 18, 1951.
77

20 and 20-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked January 14, 1952.
78-79

20-B
Birthday card from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic.
79-80

21 and 21-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-U marked July 14,1952.
80-81

22
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated May 10, 1954.
82

23 and 23-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald ‘to John Pic, dated June 14, 1954,with envelope.
83-85

24 and 24-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated October 14,with envelope.
85-86

25 and 25-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald’ to John Pic, dated November 12,1954, with envelope.
86-87

26 and 26-A
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated October 31,1954, with envelope.
87-88

27 A-B
Letter from Robert Oswald to John Pic, dated September 29, 1952, with envelope.
88-90

28 A-B
Letter from ,Robert Oswald to John Pic, dated June 8, 1954, with envelope.
99-92

29 A-C
Letter from Robert Oswald to John Pic, dated June 18, 1954, with a photograph of Robert Oswald and another Marine, and envelope.
92-94

30 A-B
Christmas card from Robert Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked December 13, 1954.
95-96

31 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post- marked June 3, 1950.
96-98

32 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope.
98-99

33 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-Marked August 23, 1950.
100

34
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic.
101-102

35 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated September 22,with envelope.
103-104

36 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked September 27, 1950.
104-105

37 A-B
Christmas card from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope postmarked December 28, 1950.
106-107

38 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked January 19, 1951.
107-108

39 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked April 6, 1951.
108-110

40 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked May 2, 1951.
110-111

41 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked May 7, 1951.
111-113

42 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked June 4, 1951.
113-115

43 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked June 13, 1951.
115-116

44 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked July 18, 1951.
117-118

45 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated February 6,1952, with envelope.
118-119

46 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, with envelope post-marked May 8, 1952.
119-120

47 A-B
Letter from Marguerite Oswald to John Pic, dated March 4, 1952,with envelope.
120-121

48
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 2 1/2 years taken at the home of Lillian Murret.
122

49
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald with a dog, taken at the home of Lillian Murret at the same time Pic Exhibit No. 48 was taken.
122

50-51
Photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 6 1/2 years holding a fish, taken the summer of 1940 at Covington, La.
122

52
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 8 years on a tri-cycle, taken during the Christmas holidays In 1947.
122

53
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 8 years standing on the sidewalk, taken during the Christmas holidays in 1947.
122

54
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 8 1/2 years with his dog "Blackie" taken In front of his house in 1949
122

55
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald’s dog "Blackie" taken in front of the family car in 1949.
122

56
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald when he was in the second or third grade.
122

57
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 13 years taken in late 1951 or early 1952.
122

58
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at the age of 16 years.
122

59
Lee Harvey Oswald’s "shot" record showing that he had his small-pox vaccination on August 7, 1951.
123

60
Indexed black memo book of John Pic
123-127

Pierce, Edward IL

5132.
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Edward 12. Pierce, dated December 11, 1963.
128-130

Pierce, Rio

5077
Copy of a letter from Rio S. Pierce to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
131-132

5078
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Rio S. Pierce, dated December 7, 1963.
133-134

5079
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Rio S. Pierce, dated December 2, 1963.
135-137

Piper, Eddie

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of Eddie Piper, dated November 23, 1963.
138

Pizzo Frank

458A-B
Photographs showing Lee Harvey Oswald and others distributing Fair Play for Cuba Committee literature In New Orleans, La.
139

453-C
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken November 22, 1963, at the Dallas City Police Station.
140

Potts, Walter IL

A-1
Copy of the first page of a list of property taken from 1026 North Beckley Street on November 22, 1963.
141

A-2
Copy of the second page of the list described as Potts Exhibit No. A-i.
142

B
Copy of the first and second pages of a statement by Walter 12. Potts concerning the events surrounding the assassination.
143-144

C
Copy of the third page of the statement described as Potts Exhibit No. B.
145

Powell, Nancy M.

1
Sketch of the Parkland Hospital area, drawn by Nancy M. Powell.
146

2
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Nancy M. Powell, dated December 1, 1963.
147

3
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Nancy M. Powell, dated November 25, 1963.
148-149

Price, Charles J.

2-35
Statements of Parkland Hospital personnel concerning the treatment of President Kennedy and Governor Connally on November22, 1963.
150-269

Pryor, Roy A.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an. Interview with Roy A. Pryor, dated December 10, 1963.
270-271

Pullman, Edward J.
.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Edward J. Pullman, dated December 15, 1963
272-273

Putnam, James A.

1
Police radio patrol district map of Dallas, Tex.
274

5071
Copy of a letter from James A. Putnam to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
275-276

5072
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James A. Putnam, dated December 8, 1963.
277

5073
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with James A. Putnam, dated December 4, 1963.
278-281

Rachal, John R.

1-3
Documents in the files of the Louisiana Department of Labor concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s attempts to seek employment in New Orleans
282-286

Raigorodsky, Paul M.

9
Copy of a letter from John de Menil to George De Mohrenschildt, dated August 8, l962
287

10
Envelope addressed to Paul M. Raigorodsky, postmarked May 11, 1963.
288

10-A
Copy of a letter from George Do Mohrenschildt to Paul M. Raigorodsky, dated May 11.
288

10-B
Copy of a letter from John de Menil to George De Mohrenschildt, dated August 27, 1962.
289

11
Copy of a letter from Jeanne and George De Mohrenschildt to Paul M. Raigorodsky, dated June 6, 1963.
290

11-A
Envelope addressed to Paul M. Raigorodsky.
291

14
Envelope addressed to Paul M. Raigorodsky, postmarked May 19, 1963.
292

14-A
Handwritten note from George De Mohrenschildt to Paul M. Raigorodsky, date4 May 18, 1963.
292

Rea, Billie A.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Billie A. Rea, dated December 4, 1963.
293

Reilly, Frank E

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area showing the position of Frank E. Reilly at the time of the assassination.
294

Rich, Nancy P.

1
Copy of a letter from Oscar A. Kistle, chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento, Calif., "to whom It may concern," dated October 25, 1963.
295

2
Envelope of the office of the district attorney, Sacramento, Calif.
296

3
Identification card bearing the name Julie Ann Cody.
297

3-A
Reverse side of Rich Exhibit No 3
297

4
Sketch of an apartment house area, drawn by Nancy P. Rich.
298

Richey, Marjorie R.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Margie N. Ethier, dated November 28, 1963.
299

Richey, Warren E.

5316
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Warren E. Richey, dated December 4, 1963.
300

Riggs, Alfreadia

5128
Copy of the Dallas City Hall sign-in for porters and maids for November 24, 1963.
301

5128-A
Copy of the Dallas City Hall sign-in sheet for porters and maids for November 23, 1963.
302

5129
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Alfreadia Riggs.
303

5130
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Alfreadia Riggs, dated December 11, 1963.
304-305

Robertson, Mary J.

1
Copy of a letter from Jack Revill to W. P. Gannaway, dated November 22, 1963.
306

2
Copy of the letter described as Robertson Exhibit No. 1, sworn to before a notary public on April 7, 1964.
307

3
Copy of the letter described as Robertson Exhibit No. 1, bearing the handwritten Initials "W. P. G."
308

Robertson, Victor F.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Victor F. Robertson, dated January 20, 1964.
309-310

2
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Victor F. Robertson, dated June 9, 1964.
311-312

Rogers, Eric

1
Photographs of both sides of a green canvas bag.
313

Rossi, Joseph F.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Joseph F. Rossi, dated November 29, 1963.
314-315

Rubenstein, Hyman

1
Appeal for contributions to the Jack Ruby Defense Fund Committee, signed by Hyman Rubenstein.
315

2
Copy of a letter from Michael Levin, chairman of the Jack Ruby Appeal Committee, to "Dear Friend," dated April 30, 1964.
316

3
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Hyman Rubenstein, dated November 25, 1963.
317-318

4
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Hyman Rubenstein, dated November 29, 1963.
319

5
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Hyman Rubenstein, dated December 9, 1963.
320

Ruby, Earl

1
Copy of a memorandum brief, entitled "Why Ruby Shot Oswald, "by Sol A. Dann, dated June 1, 1964.
321-350

2
Undated letter written in pencil from Earl Ruby to the Commission.
351-353

3
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Earl Ruby, dated November 25, 1963.
354-355

4
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Earl Ruby, dated November 26, 1963.
356-361

5
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Earl Ruby, dated November 26, 1963.
362-367

6
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Earl Ruby, dated November 27, 1963.
368

7
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Earl Ruby, dated December 16, 1963.
369-370

8
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Earl Ruby, dated November 29, 1963.
371-372

9
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Earl Ruby, dated December 2, 1963.
373

Ruby, Samuel D.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Samuel D. Ruby, dated November 25, 1963.
374-379

2
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Samuel D. Ruby, dated November 28, 1963.
380

3
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Samuel D. Ruby, dated November 29, 1963.
381

4
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone conversation with Samuel D. Ruby, dated December 5, 1963.
382

Russell, Harold

A
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Harold Russell, dated January 22, 1964.
383-384

Saunders, Richard L.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Richard L. Saunders, dated December 5, 1963.
385-387

Sawyer, J. Herbert

A
Copy of a report to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated December 8, 1963,containing an edited transcript of channel 2 transmissions from the Dallas police radio log for November 22,1963.
388-397

B
Copy of a report to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated December 5, 1963,containing an edited transcript of channel 1 transmissions from the Dallas police radio log for November 22,1963.
398-400

Seeley, Carroll H.

1
Copy of a Department of State reference slip from Mr. Kubiec to Carroll H. Seeley, dated March 28, 1961.
400

2
Copy of a Department of State memorandum from Robert D. Johnson to John T. White, dated March 81, 1961.
401

3
Operations memorandum from the Department of State to the American Embassy In Moscow, dated March 31,1961.
401

4
Copy of a Department of State reference slip from Mr. Kubiec to the Security Branch of the Legal Division of the Passport Office, dated December 29, 1961, attaching a letter from the Immigration and Naturalization Service, dated December 19,1961.
402

5
Copy of a Department of State memorandum from Robert I. Owen to Michel Cieplenski, dated March 28, 1962.
403

6
Copy of a Department of State memorandum from Robert D. Johnson to William G. Boswell, dated May 4, 1962
403

7
Newspaper clipping entitled "Third American in 2 Months Leaves Soviet ‘Home,"’ published In the Washington Post on June 9,1962, with attached reference slip.
404

Semingsen, W. W.

3001
Statement made by W. W. Semingsen, dated March 30, 1964, containing reference to seven exhibits which were attached.
405-426

3001
(Attachment 1) The documents included in Semingsen Exhibit No. 3001 (Attachment 1) appear in exhibit volume XX as Lane Exhibits Nos. 5118-5119 and in exhibit volume XXI as Strong Exhibits Nos. 5120-5121.

3001
(Attachment 2) Three money orders and supplementary messages to Jack Ruby, dated November 24, 1963.
410-411

3001
(Attachment 3) Five telegrams of a business or social nature sent by Jack Ruby
412-414

3001
(Attachment 4) Telegram from Mary Muntian to Mrs. Lee Harve7 Oswald, dated January 13, 1964.
415

3001
(Attachment 5) Telegram from W. W. Semingsen to J. H. Waters, dated December 10, 1963.
416-417

3001
(Attachment 6) Copy of a letter from J. Edgar Hoover to W. W. Semingsen, dated December 19, 1963.
418-419

3001
(Attachment 7) Copy of a letter from W. W. Semingsen to Mr. Paul, dated November 27, 1963.
420-426

Senator, George

5400
Sworn affidavit of George Senator, dated November 24, 1963.
427

5401
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with George Senator, dated November 24. 1963.
428-432

5402
Copy of a Secret Service report of an Interview with George Senator, dated December 7, 1963.
433-436

5403
Copy of en FBI report of an Interview with George Senator, dated December 20, 1963.
437-440

Servance, John O.

5131
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with John O. Servance, dated December 10, 1963.
441

Shaneyfelt, Lyndal L.

1
Enlargement of photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald with rifle.
442

2
Cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
443

3
Page 80 of the February 21, 1964, Issue of Life magazine.
444

4
Front page of the February 17, 1964, edition of the Detroit Free Press.
445

5
Page 80 of the March 2, 1964, Issue of Newsweek magazine.
446

6
Page 30 of the February 19, 1964, edition of the New York Times.
447

7
Front page of the February 18, 1964, edition of the New York Journal American.
448

8
Copy of letter from the Commission to Life magazine, dated June 16, 1964, regarding the testimony of Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt.
449

9
Telegram from Edward K. Thompson, editor, Life magazine to the Commission, dated June 25, 1964, regarding the testimony of Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt.
450

10
Letter from Life magazine to the Commission, dated June 29, 1964, regarding retouching of photograph on the cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
451

11
Copy of letter from the Commission to Life magazine, dated July 7, 1964, regarding retouching of photograph on the cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
452

12
Letter from Life magazine to the Commission, dated July 8, 1964, concerning retouching of the photograph on the cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
453

13
Copy of original print furnished by Life magazine showing retouching.
454

14
Chart prepared by Lyndal L Shaneyfelt showing specific items of retouching on the photograph on the cover of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
455

15
Copy of a letter from the Commission to Newsweek magazine, dated June 16, 1964, concerning the testimony of Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt.
456

16
Letter from Newsweek magazine to the Commission, dated June 24, 1964, concerning retouching of photograph on the cover of the March 2,1964, issue of Newsweek magazine.
457

17
Letter from the New York Times to the Commission, dated June17, 1964, describing retouching of photograph which appeared in their newspaper.
458

18
Copy of retouched photograph furnished by the New York Times
459

19
Copy of printed material used as caption with New York Times photograph.
460

20
Front page of the Mardi 11,1963, Issue of the Militant
461

21
Front page of the March24, 1963, issue of the Worker.
462

22
Chart prepared by Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt showing dates of issues of the Worker and the Militant In Oswald’s hand In Commission Exhibit No. 138-A.
463

22-A
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated June 29, 1964, confirming mailing dates of the Worker and the Militant.
464

23
Chart prepared by Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt establishing identity of the camera used to take photograph of rear of General Walker’s house.
465-466

24
Chart prepared by Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt establishing identity of shirt worn by Oswald at the time of his arrest.
467-470

25
Photograph and chart showing Presidential limousine photo-graphed from the rear at approximately frame 210 of the Zapruder film.471
471

26
FBI report, dated July 17, 1964, concerning investigation into curb mark on Main Street In Dallas.
472-474

27
Letter from the FBI to the Commission, dated August 12, 1964,concerning investigation into curb mark on Main Street In Dallas.
474-477

28
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken from the location of the curb mark on Main Street In Dallas.
478

29-30
Charts prepared by Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt showing location of curb mark on Main Street in Dallas.
478-480

31
Photograph from front of the Texas School Book Depository Building looking toward curb mark on Main Street in Dallas.
480

32
Photograph looking. toward Texas School Depository Building from behind curb mark on Main Street in Dallas.480481
481

33
Photograph of Main and Elm Streets taken in connection with establishing possible route of fragment causing curb mark.
481

34
Piece of curb containing lead markings removed from Main Street in Dallas.
482

35
Color photograph showing area around curb mark and establishing existence of lead deposits.
482

36
Letter from the FBI to the Commission dated September 8, 1964.
483

Siegel, Evelyn S.

1
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 7, 1953.
484-495

2
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
496-509

Sims, Richard M.

A
Copy of an undated statement made by Richard M. Sims and E. L. Boyd concerning the events surrounding the assassination.
510-518

Skelton, Royce G.

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area, showing the position of Royce G. Skelton, at the time of the assassination.
519

Slack, Willie B.

5116
Copy of a letter from Willie B. Slack to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
520

5117
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Willie B. Slack, dated December 3, 1963.
521-522

Smart, Vernon S.

5021
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Vernon S. Smart, dated November 25, 1963.
523-524

5022.
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Vernon S. Smart.525
525

5023
Sketch drawn by Vernon S. Smart of the corner of Pearl and Main Streets in Dallas.
526

5024
Copy of a letter from Vernon S. Smart to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
527

Smith, Hilda L

1
Copy of an Initial interstate claim for unemployment compensation made by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963.
528-529

Smith, John A.

5317
Copy of an FBI report of. an Interview with John A. Smith, dated December 4, 1963.
530-531

Solomon, James M.

5106
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with James M. Solomon, dated December 10, 1963
532-533

5107
Copy of a statement entitled "The Dallas Police Reserve Battalion."
534-535

Sorrels, Forrest V.

1
Copy of a Secret Service report of an Interview with Jack Ruby, dated February 3, 1964.
536-539

2 A-D
Handwritten notes taken by Forrest V. Sorrels during an inter-view with Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963.
539-542

3 A-C
Handwritten notes taken by Forrest V. Sorrels during an inter-view with Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963.
543-545

4
Copy of a statement made by Forrest V. Sorrels, dated November 30, 1963.
546-547

5
Copy of a statement made by Forrest V. Sorrels, dated November 28, 1963.
548

Standifer, Roy E.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Roy E. Standifer, dated January 15, 1964.
549

Staples, Albert E.

1
Copy of the file compiled on Marina Oswald by the Baylor University College of Dentistry.
550-556

Steele, Don F.

5097
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Don F. Steele, dated December 4, 1963.
557

5098
Copy of a letter from Don P. Steele to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
558

Stevenson, M. W.

5050
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by M. W. Stevenson.
559

5051
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with M. W. Stevenson dated November 25, 1963.
560

5052
Copy of a letter from J. H. Sawyer, dated December 1Z 1963.
561

5063
Copy of a report from Charles Batchelor, George L. Lumpkin, and M. W. Stevenson to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 30,1963.
562-592

Stombaugh, Paul M.

1
Hairs found on Commission Exhibit No. 140.
593

2
Known sample of Lee Harvey Oswald’s hairs furnished by the Dallas office of the FBI.
593

3
Fibers found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
594

4
Sample of fibers from Commission Exhibit No. 140.
594

5
Fibers found on Commission Exhibit No. 139.
595

6
Sample of fibers from Commission Exhibit No.150.
595

Stovall, Richard S.

A
Copy of an undated list of property taken from the home of Ruth
596-597

B
Copy of a list of property taken from the garage of Ruth Paine on November 23, 1963.
598

C
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation of the assassination on November 22 1963.
599-602

D
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation on November23, 1963.
603

Strong, Jesse M.

5120
Copy of a money order receipt showing receipt by Karen Bennett, dated November 24, 1963.
604

5121
Copy of a Western Union money order message authorizing payment to Karen Bennett, dated November24, 1963.
604

Stuckey, William K

1
Printed pamphlet entitled "The Cuban ‘Episode’ and the American Press: April 9-23, 1961" by Norbett L. Mintz.
605-620

2
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of an interview between Lee Harvey Oswald and William K. Stuckey on August 17,1963.
621-632

3
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of a debate among Lee Harvey Oswald, Carlos Bringuier, and Ed Butler on August 21, 1963.
633-641

4
Duplicate audio-tape recording of William K. Stuckey’s interview with Lee Harvey Oswald on August 17,1963.
642

Studebaker, Robert L.

A
Photograph of three empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
643

B
Photograph of two empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
644

C
Photograph of a rifle where it was discovered on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
645

D
Photographs of boxes stacked by a window on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
646

E
Photograph of boxes showing through the window on the sixth floor of the Texas ‘School Book Depository Building.
646

F
Diagram showing the position of a wrapping paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

G
Photograph showing the location of a paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

H
Photograph of a two-wheeler, a Dr. Pepper bottle, and a paper sack on the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
648

I
Photograph of a Dr. Pepper bottle and a two-wheeler on the sixth floor of the Texan School Book Depository Building.
648

J
Photograph of. boxes in and near southeast window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
649

Tague, James T.

1
Photograph purporting to show a point on the south curb of Main Street In Dallas, from which a bullet allegedly ricocheted.
650

Talbert, Cecil E.

1
Copy of General Order No. 81 of the Dallas Police Department ,concerning press relations.
651

2
Copy of a memorandum from Chief Jesse E. Curry to the Dallas Police Department, dated February 7,1963.
652

5065
Copy of an FBI report of a telephone interview with Cecil E. Talbert, dated November 25, 1963.
653

5066
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Cecil E. Talbert, dated November 25, 1963.
654-655

5067
Copy of a letter from Cecil E. Talbert to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
656-659

5068
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Cecil E. Talbert, dated December 10, 1963.
660

5069
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Cecil E. Talbert, dated December 11, 1963.
661-667

5070
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Cecil E. Talbert.
668

Thornley, Kerry W.

1
Newspaper clipping entitled "Wrote Novel About Oswald, Says Orleanian," published in the States-Item, November 27, 1963.
669

2
A 250-page biographical novel by Kerry W. Thornley entitled "Th Idle Warriors"
NA

3
Thirty-seven pages of a novel written by Kerry W, Thornley after November 22, 1963.
NA

Tice, Wilma M.

1
Sketch of the Parkland Hospital emergency entrance area, drawn by Wilma M. Tice.
670

Tobias, Mahlon F.

2
Sketch of the Elsbeth Street apartment building in Dallas, drawn by Mahlon F. Tobias.
671

Tobias, Mahlon F. (Mrs.)

1
Sketch of the Elsbeth Street apartment building in Dallas, drawn by Mrs. Mahlon F. Tobias.
672

Tomlinson, Darrell C.

2
Sketch showing the positions of stretchers in the Parkland Hospital emergency room, drawn by Darrell C. Tomlinson.
673

Tormey, James J.

1
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Hall-Davis Defense Committee; one negative composite bearing the words "End McCarthyism"; one positive composite bearing the words "End McCarthyism"; two glossy prints.
674-676

2
Copy of a letter from James J. Tormey to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated December 13, 1962.
677

Turner, F. M.

1
Copy of a list of property taken from 1826 North Beckley Street in Dallas, dated November 22, 1963.
678-679

Turner, Jimmy

5060
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Jimmy Turner.
680

Twiford, Horace E.

1
Envelope from Lee Harvey Oswald addressed to the New York Labor News Co., postmarked November 10, 1962; page torn from a ringed notebook and bearing the words "Lee Oswald, Dallas (Post Office Box 2915), Fair Play for Cuba."
681-682

Vaughn, Roy E.

5334
Copy of a letter from Roy E. Vaughn to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
683

5335
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Roy E. Vaughn, dated December 2, 1963.
684-687

5336
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Roy E. Vaughn, dated December 19, 1963.
688-691

Waldman, William J.

1
Photostatic copy of a purchase order from Klein’s Sporting Goods, Inc., to Crescent Firearms for 400 Italian Carcano rifles, dated January 24, 1963.
692

2
Photostatic copy of a Lifschultz Fast Freight delivery receipt for 10 crates of rifles to Klein’s from Crescent Firearms.
693

3
Photostatic copy of a handwritten list of serial numbers of rifles shipped..
694-698

4
Copy of a list of control numbers of Carcano 6.5-caliber rifles.
699-700

5
Photostatic copy of an invoice from Crescent Firearms, Inc., to Klein’s Sporting Goods for 100 "6.5 It. Rifles," dated February 7, 1963.
701

6
Photograph of a) roll of microfilm containing a record of the shipment of a rifle to A. Hidell.
702

7
Print made from the microfilm depicted in Waldman Exhibit No.6, showing a Klein’s order blank indicating the order of an "Italian Carbine 6.5 W/4 x scope" by A. Hidell, Post Office Box2915, Dallas, Tex., and showing shipment on March 20, 1963.
703

8
Print made from microfilm depicted in Waldman Exhibit No. 6,showing an envelope postmarked March 12, 1963, and a coupon ordering a. rifle.
704

9
Endorsement stamp used for bank deposit by Klein’s Sporting Goods
705

10
Copy of Klein’s Sporting Goods bank deposit slip, dated March 13,1963..
706-707

Waldo, Thayer

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Thayer Waldo, dated December 2, 1963.Thayer
708-712

Walker, Edwin A.

1
Photograph of the rear of General Walker’s house, showing the area through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

2
Photograph of a fence in the rear of General Walker’s house through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

3
Photograph showing the rear of General Walker’s residence at 4011 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas.
714

4
Photograph showing the entrance to a driveway leading to the residence of General Walker.
714

Walker, Ira N.

5315
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ira N. Walker, dated December 4, 1963.
715

Watson, James C.

5102
Copy of a letter from James C. Watson to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
716-717

5103
Copy of a letter from C. C. Wallace and P. G. McCaghren to Chief Jesse B. Curry, dated November 80, 1963.
718

5104
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James 0. Watson, dated November 25, 1963.
719

5105
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by James C. Watson.
720

Weinstock, Louis

1
Letter from Louis Weinstock, general manager of the Worker, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated December19, 1961
721

Weissman, Bernard

1
Tear sheet from the November 22, 1963, edition of the Dallas Morning News, entitled "Welcome Mr. Kennedy."
722

Weitzman, Seymour

D, E, F
Photographs taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building depicting the location of the rifle when discovered.
723-724

Westbrook, W. R.

A
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald with two policemen, taken on November 22, 1963.
725

B
Photograph of the parking area behind a Texaco service station at the corner of Crawford and Jefferson Streets in Dallas.
725

C
Photograph depicting location of a jacket found in the parking lot described in Westbrook Exhibit B.
726

D
Photograph of alley behind the parking lot described In West-brook Exhibit B.
726

Whaley, William W

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of William W. Whaley, dated November28,1963.
727

White, J. C.

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area, showing the position of J. C. White at the time of the assassination.
728

Wiggins Woodrow

5074
Copy of a letter from Woodrow Wiggins to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 27, 1963.
729

5075
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Woodrow Wiggins, dated December 3, 1963.
729-733

5076
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Woodrow Wiggins.
734

Wilcox, Laurence R.

3002
Newspaper clipping entitled "Funds Wired to Oswald," published in the Dallas Times Herald, on November30, 1963.
735-736

3003
Copy of a letter from Laurance R. Wilcox to W. W Semingsen, dated December 3, 1963.
737-738

3004
Copy of a letter from Laurance R. Wilcox to W. W Semingsen, dated December 2, 1963.
739-743

3005
Copy of a letter from C. A. Hamblen to Laurance R. Wilcox, dated December 2, 1963.
744

3006
Letter from Aubrey Lee Lewis to Laurance R. Wilcox, dated December 4, 1963.
745

3007
Letter from C. A. Hamblen to Laurance R. Wilcox, dated December 5, 1963.
746

3008
Letter from D. J. McClure to Laurance R. Wilcox, dated December 4, 1963.
747

3009
Copy of a Western Union sending blank from John Fudge to HCODC, dated November 15, 1963.
748

3010
Copy of a Western Union telegram from Prospero Ruiz to Oficinia dated October 21, 1963.
748

3011
Copy of a Western Union telegram from Mr. and Mrs. Harry to President John F. Kennedy, dated November 18, 1963.
749

3012
Copy of a Western Union telegram from Hebel to Kurashiki, dated November 21, 1963.
750

3013
Copy of a Western Union telegram from Hebel to Lam Brasil, dated November 21, 1963.
751

3014
Copy of a Western Union telegram from Franz Hebel to Forte Dupee Sawyer Co., dated November 21,1963.
751

3015
Copy of a letter from Laurence II. Wilcox to W. W. Semingsen, dated December 6, 1963.
752-755

3016.
Copy of a letter from Laurence R. Wilcox to W. W. Semingsen, dated December 9, 1963, and enclosure and letters.
756-763

3017
Letter from Doyle E. Lane to Laurance R. Wilcox, dated December 6, 1963.
764

Willis Philip L.

1
Series of 12 photographs relating to the assassination with 2 pages of descriptive material.
765-773

Worley, Gano E.

5047
Copy of an FBI report of an Interview with Gano E. Worley, dated December 4, 1963.
774

5048
Copy of a letter from Gano E. Worley to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 26, 1963.
775

5049
Copy of a letter from F. I. Cornwall and Jack Revill to Chief Jesse E. Curry, dated November 30, 1963.
776

5050
Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as marked by Gano E. Worley.
777

Wright, Norman E.

1
Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Norman E. Wright, dated November 27, 1963.
778-780

Yarborough, Ralph W.

A
Pages 24 and 25 of the Saturday Evening Post of December 14,1963.
781-782

VOLUME XXII

Exibit No.
Description
Page

1054
Photographs of individuals present in lineups with Oswald (CD 1083 and 1304)
1-2

1055
Internal memorandum of the Commission dated June 19, 1964, which identifies "M. M. L." as Morton M. Levine (CD 1117).
2

1056
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s original application for passport issued June 25, 1963, and other documents in State Department files on Oswald (CD 7, p. 322).
3

1057
Internal memorandum of the Commission dated May 20, 1964, re "Personal Check on State Department Files" (CD 1118).
4

1058
Internal memorandum of the Commission dated June 8, 1964, and attached documents, re "Senator John G. Tower’s contacts with Lee Harvey Oswald" (CD 1119).
5-10

1059
Page from an FBI report dated July 10, 1962, concerning departure of Marina, June, and Lee Harvey Oswald from Soviet Union (CD 9, p. 5).
11

1060
11 Page from an FBI report dated July 10, 1962, concerning arrival of Marina, June, and Lee Harvey Oswald in the United States (CD 9, p. 10).
11

1061
Floor plan of the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
12

1062
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for passport issued June 25, 1963 (CD 49, p. 21).
12

1063
Immigration and Naturalization Service letter dated February 28, 1962, approving visa petition for Marina Oswald (CD 363, p. 40).
13

1064
Immigration and Naturalization Service letter dated February 28, 1962, approving visa petition for Marina Oswald and denying waiver of section 243(g) sanctions (CD 363, pp. 42-43).
14

1065
Immigration and Naturalization Service memorandum dated February 23, 1962, approving denial of waiver of section 243(g) sanctions for Marina Oswald (CD 363, pp. 46-47).
15

1066
Telegram dated February 8, 1962, from Immigration and Natural ization Service recommending section 243(g) sanctions not be waived for Marina Oswald (CD 363, p. 48).
16

1067
Immigration and Naturalization Service order dated January 30, 1962, denying waiver of section 243(g) for Marina Oswald (CD 363, pp. 54-55, duplicated on pp. 56-57, 57-58).
16-17

1068
Immigration and Naturalization Service memorandum dated January 26, 1962, setting forth basis for denial of waiver of section 243(g) for Marina Oswald (CD 363, p. 60).
17

1069
Immigration and Naturalization Service memorandum dated January 16, 1962, reporting on background of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 363, pp. 67-70).
18-19

1070
Immigration and Naturalization Service investigation report dated October 17, 1961, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 363, pp.. 84-88).
20-22

1071
Immigration and Naturalization Service memorandum dated October 10, 1961, initiating investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 363, p. 89).
22

1072
Petition by Lee Harvey Oswald to classify status of alien Marina N. Oswald for issuance of immigrant visa, dated July 11, 1961 (CD 363, pp. 90-91).
23

1073
Copy of a letter dated October 6, 1961, from Visa Office to Immigration and Naturalization Service advising that Marina Oswald is eligible for a visa (CD 363, p. 92).
24

1074
Copy of a letter dated March 24, 1961, from Richard E. Snyder, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
24

1075
Copy of a letter dated July 24, 1961, from John A. MeVickar, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
25

1076
Copy of a letter dated November 13, 1961, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
25

1077
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, relating to the preparation by the FBI of a replica paper sack (CD 7, p. 292).
26

1078
Copy of a letter dated January 5, 1962, from Samuel G. Wise, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
26

1079
Copy of a letter dated January 15, 1962, from Samuel G. Wise, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk.
27

1080
Copy of a letter dated January 24, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk.
28

1081
Copy of a letter dated January 31, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk.
28

1082
Copy of a letter dated February 6, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk.
29

1083
Letter dated April 24, 1962 (received by Embassy April 30, 1962), from Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, to American Embassy, Moscow, with envelope.
30

1084
Letter dated February 28, 1961, from Richard E. Snyder, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
31-32

1085
Letter dated March 24, 1961, from Richard E. Snyder, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
33-34

1086
Copy of a letter dated March 9, 1962, from Joseph 7B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Oswald, Minsk.
35

1087
Letter dated October 12, 1961, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
35-36

1088
Copy of a letter dated May 7, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Oswald, Minsk.
37

1089
Copy of a letter dated August 6, 1962, from E. I. Carson, secretary, Navy Discharge Review Board, to Lee Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex.
37

1090
Copy of a letter dated January 11, 1963, from R. C. Reeley, Office of Finance, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Dallas, Tex.
38

1091
38 Copy of a letter dated June 5, 1963, from E. I. Carson, secretary, Navy Discharge Review Board, to Lee Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex.
38

1092
39 Copy of a letter dated July 25, 1963, from D. W. Bowman, president, Navy Discharge Review Board, to Lee Oswald, New Orleans, La.
39

1093
Undated letter from Lee Oswald, Minsk, to American Embassy, Moscow, received March 3 at the Embassy.
40

1094
Undated letter from J. F. Matlock, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
41-45

1095
Operations memorandum dated March 16, 1962, from the American Embassy, Moscow, to the American Embassy, Brussels, re Marina Oswald and use of third country shelter (CD 1115, XIII-58(2)).
46

1096
Telegram from the American Embassy, Brussels, to the American Embassy, Moscow, approving use of third country shelter in Marina Oswald’s case (CD 1115, XIII-57).
47

1097
Telegram from the State Department to the American Embassy, Moscow, advising of waiver of section 243(g) (CD 1115, XIII-51)
47

1098
Promise to repay repatriation loan signed by Lee Harvey Oswald dated June 1, 1962 (CD 1115, XIII-47; CD 1114, XII-3(2)).
47

1099
Telegram from the American Embassy, Moscow, advising of the departure of the Oswalds (CD 1115, XIII-49; CD 1114, V.-S).
48

1000
Letter dated January 15, 1962, from Samuel G. Wise, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
49-50

1101
Letter dated January 24, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
51-52

1102
Letter dated February 6, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
53-54

1103
Letter dated February 28, 1962, from J. W. Holland, District Director, San Antonio Office, Immigration and Naturalization 55-57 Service, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk, enclosing "Instructions to the Applicant," with envelope (FBI item 246).
55-57

1104
Letter dated March 9, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
58-59

1105
Letter dated May 7, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, with envelope.
60-61

1106
Letter dated May 10, 1962, from Joseph B. Norbury, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee H. Oswald, Minsli, with envelope.
62-63

1107
Three prescriptions in Russian from the Minsk Polyclinic issued to Oswald, with translations; also, Oswald’s identification card as student at Fort Worth, Tex., high school (FBI item B33).
64

1108
Lee Harvey Oswald’s Soviet workbook, dated January 13, 1960, with translations (FBI item 437).
65-66

1109
Lee Harvey Oswald’s Soviet union registration card and "Record of Registration and Cancellation of Registration," with translations (FBI Item 438).
67-68

1110
Lee Harvey Oswald’s Soviet dues payment card for union members, with translation (FBI item 435).
69-71

1111
Soviet marriage certificate of Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald, with translation (FBI Item 434).
72-73

1112
Soviet birth certificate of June Lee Oswald, born February 15, 1962, with translation (FBI Item 268).
74-75

1113
Affidavit in Russian (with translation) signed by Lee Harvey Oswald on January 17, 1962, promising full support of wife during her permanent stay in the United States (FBI item 256).
76

1114
U.S. passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated September 4, 1959 (CD 1114, X-80(3)).
77-79

1115
Undated State Department memorandum, dictated March 20, 1962, from VO-Robert F. Hale to SCA-Michel Ciepilneki re Immigrant Visa Case of Mrs. Marina N. Oswald (CD 1114, X-10(2)).
80

1116
Transmittal form DS-1514a of the Department of State dated October 11, 1963.
81

1117
Internal Commission memorandum dated June 17, 1964, re Oswald’s reading.
82-84

1118
Floor plan of second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing movements of Oswald on November 22, 1963.
85

1119
Letter dated September 3, 1964, from J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, enclosing visual aids including calculation of distances set forth in Commission Exhibit No. 1119-A.
85

1119-A
Map tracing the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald between 12:33 p.m. and 1:50 p.m., November 22, 1963.
86

1120
Record of repayment of repatriation loan by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, XII-22(4)).
86

1121
Immigration and Naturalization Service memorandum dated January 31, 1962, re waiver of sanctions; visa petition; Lee Harvey Oswald, petitioner, and Marina N. Oswald, beneficiary.
87

1222
Copies of letters dated from July 15, 1961, to October 4, 1961, from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow, as preserved in State Department files (CD 1115, XIII-4(2)).
87-88

1123
State Department memorandum dated March 16, 1962, from SOV-Robert I. Owen to VO-John E. Crump re operation of sanctions imposed by section 243(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act in case of Mrs. Marina N. Oswald (CD 1114, VIII-il (2)).
89

1124
Letter dated January 5, 1962, from Samuel G. Wise, American Embassy, Moscow, to Lee Harvey Oswald, Minsk, enclosing document entitled "Evidence Which Can Be Presented To Meet the Public Charge Provision of the Law," with envelope.
90-92

1125
Statement dated June 8, 1964, of Mrs. Earlene Roberts.
93

1126
Statement dated November 27, 1963, of Dr. George G. Burkley, physician to the President.
93-97

1127
FBI report dated July 3, 1961, on Lee Harvey Oswald, Dallas, Tex. (Immigration and Naturalization Service, pp. 101-111).
98-103

1128
Soviet union membership booklet of Lee Harvey Oswald with translation (14 pages) (FBI item 419).
104-109

1129
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of 0. V. Campbell, vice president, Texas School Book Depository, Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 220).
110

1130
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Troy C. Bond, principal, public evening school located at Crozier Tech High School, Dallas, Tex. (CD 6, p. 92).
110

1131
Letter dated September 15, 1964, from J. Edgar Hoover, Director, FBI, re weight of cartons found in Texas School Book Depository Building, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1494).
111

1132
internal memorandum of the Commission dated September 18, 1964, with description of Mrs. Ruth Hyde Paine.
111

1133
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Barbara Daugherty, clerk at Lone Star Gas Co., Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 109).
112

1134
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. H. B. Dillard, clerk at Dallas City Water and Sewage Department (CD 7, p. 112).
112

1135
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, concerning commercial bank, retail credit bureau, Selective Service, and police records of Lee Harvey Oswald, Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 172-176).
113-115

1136
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, concerning money order signed by A. Hidell and payable to Klein’s Sporting Goods (CD 7, p. 194).
115

1137
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of H. W. Michaelis, office manager, George Rose & Co., Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 7, pp. 229-230).
116

1138
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of information from State Department and other files concerning Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 49, pp. 1-14).
117-124

1139
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of John E. Hevron, assistant secretary and treasurer, New Orleans Public Service, Inc. (CD 75, p. 133).
124

1140
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Patrolman Warren N. Roberts, Jr., New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 359).
125

1141
Credit and record checks concerning Lee Harvey Oswald made by agents of the FBI in New Orleans, La., and vicinity (CD 75, pp. 399-453).
126-151

1142
Investigation relative to travel of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 75, pp. 570-571).
152

1143
Excerpt from FBI report dated May 18, 1964, re Lee Harvey Oswald’s visit to Mexico and excerpt from Secret Service report dated August 28, 1964, of schedule of buses traveling from Dallas and Houston to Laredo, Tex. (CD 1084(e), pp. 2, 99-101; CD 1450, p. 1).
153-155

1144
Secret Service report dated December 12, 1963, concerning residences and employment of Lee Harvey Oswald from the time he returned to Fort Worth from the Soviet Union until November 22, 1963 (CD 87, 58 control No. 641, pp. 1-16).
155-163

1145
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, concerning a post office form addressed to "Worker," New York, N.Y., reflecting a new address for Lee Harvey Oswald, and concerning other Information on Oswald (CD 127, pp. 1-21).
163-172

1146
FBI reports dated December 6, 1963, through December 12, 1963, of interviews of employees of Continental Trailways Bus System, New Orleans, La. (CD 183, pp. 18-27).
173-177

1147
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Washington, D.C., informant (CD 201, p. 2).
178

1148
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, describing property of Lee Harvey Oswald, released to FBI by Capt. J. W. Fritz of Dallas Police Department (CD 205, p. 195).
178

1149
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, concerning Dallas Police Department property room invoice of money possessed by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 205, p. 196).
179

1150
FBI reports dated December 11-13, 1963, concerning investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald’s funds in Fort Worth and Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 659-670).
180-184

1151
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Barry M. Cohen, member of the American Civil Liberties Union (CD 205, p. 703).
185

1152
FBI report dated January 7, 1964 concerning Harvey Oswald’s rental of Post Office Box 6225, Dallas, Tex. (CD 208, pp. 221-223).
185-186

1153
Secret Service report dated December 18, 1963, covering activities of Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans, La. (CD 320, SS control No. 703, pp. 1-4).
187-188

1154
Secret Service report dated January 17, 1964, re investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald’s activities in New Orleans, La. (CD 372, 55 control No. 988, pp. 1-9).
189-193

1155
FBI report dated February 1, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald, Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, pp. 288-290).
194-195

1156
FBI report dated February 18, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald, Dallas, Tex. (CD 735, pp. 439-445).
195-198

1157
Eleven photostatic copies of warrants issued to Lee Harvey Oswald by Texas Employment Commission (CD 761, pp. 1-9).
199-202

1158
FBI report dated April 8, 1964, re Lee Harvey Oswald’s renting of Post Office Box 30061, New Orleans, La., with copy of application attached (CD 838).
203

1159
FBI report, New York, N.Y., dated April 10, 1964, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald and Travellers Aid Society, New York City (CD 839, pp. 1-4).
204-205

1160
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated April 13, 1964, concerning rental and utility charges incurred by Oswald in Fort Worth and Dallas, Tex. (CD 840, pp. 1-4).
206-207

1161
Letter from FBI to Commission dated April 23, 1964, with attachments, concerning receipts and expenditures of Lee Harvey Oswald in Louisiana and Texas from June 13, 1962, to November 22, 1963 (CD 841, pp. 1-5).
208-210

1162
FBI report, San Antonio, Tex., dated April 17, 1964, to ascertain whether Lee Harvey Oswald obtained a safe deposit box in Laredo, Tex. (CD 880a, pp. 1-2).
211

1163
FBI report, Houston, Tex., dated April 17, 1964, to ascertain whether Lee Harvey Oswald rented a sale deposit box In Houston (CD 880b, pp. 1-7).
212-215

1164
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated April 21, 1964, to ascertain whether Lee Harvey Oswald rented a safe deposit box in the Dallas-Fort Worth area alter his return from Russia (CD 880c, pp. 1-14).
215-222

1165
FBI Dallas, Tex., Harvey Oswald’s receipts and expenditures from June 13, 1962, through November 22, 1963 (CD 884, pp. 1-21)
222-232

1166
FBI report dated April 22, 1964, giving approximation of expenditures which Lee Harvey Oswald made during his travel and stay in Mexico (CD) 905b, pp. 1-13).
233-239

1167
FBI reports dated April 9-May 1, 1964, concerning expenditures of Lee Harvey Oswald and results of checks at Dallas-Fort Worth area banks for safe deposit box and other banking connections by Le Harvey Oswald or any member of his immediate family (CD 1066, pp. 462-520).
239-267

1168
Internal Revenue Service memorandum dated March 6, 1964, from Chief, Intelligence Division, Dallas District Office, to Director, Intelligence Division, National Office, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s finances (CD 1195, pp. 1-2).
268

1169
Letter to Commission dated April 29, 1964, from Assistant Commissioner Arnold E. Chase, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, re cost of living in Dallas and in southern region of United 8tates (CD 1198, pp. 1-2).
269

1170
Letter dated July 7, 1964, from Time, Inc., to Miss Martha B. Bucknell, concerning Lee Oswald’s subscription to Time magazine (CD 1231).
270

1171
Letter dated July 13, 1964, from Time, Inc., to Commission, concerning magazine’s subscription rates (CD 1239).
270

1172
Letter to Commission dated July 21, 1964, with two enclosures, from the Worker concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s subscriptions (CD 1298).
271-272

1173
Thirteen canceled checks issued to Lee Oswald by Leslie Welding Co., Inc.
273-277

1174
Twenty-six canceled cheeks issued to Lee Oswald ‘by Jaggars Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
278-286

1175
Eleven canceled cheeks issued to Lee H. Oswald by William B. Reily & Co., Inc.
287-290

1176
Receipt dated June 25, 1963, from Department of Justice for $5 paid for new alien registration card for Marina N. Oswald. 29
291

1177
Receipt No. 21902, dated August 12, 1963, for $10 fine paid by Lee H. Oswald to Second Municipal Court, New Orleans, La.; also, newspaper report of Oswald’s arrest.
291

1178
Receipt dated November 1, 1963 for $3 for rental of post office box 6225 by Lee H. Oswald.
291

1179
Extract of information from the Social Security Administration file concerning Earl Ruby (CD 700j).
292-294

1180
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Detective Edward E. Carleon, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 21-22).
294-295

1181
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Thomas Lannick, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Chicago, IlL (CD 4, p. 153).
295

1182
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview Jelly Isom concerning records of the 68th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Tex., in the matter of Jack Rubenstein’s application for change of name (CD 4, p. 154).
296

1183
InternalCommission memorandum concerning telephone interview of Rabbi Hillel Silverman, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1261).
296

l184
FBI report dated June 29, 1964, of interview of Paul Rowland Jones, Charlotte, NC. (CD 1306, pp. 19-32).
297-303

1185
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Marian Carroll and Mrs. Ann Volpert, Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 196-199). 306
304-305

1186
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Marian Carroll, Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 200).
306

1187
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Harold Kaminsky, Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 202-203).
307

1188
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Dr. Hyman I. Rubenstein, Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 206).
308

1189
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of records pertaining to Jack Rubenstein obtained from Military Personnel Records Center, St. Louis, Mo. (CD 4, pp. 219-220).
309

1190
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Abe Cohn at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 221-222).
310

1191
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Erwin Horwitz at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 223-224). ………..
311

1192
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Morrie Keilman at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 225).
312

1193
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Ben Epstein at Lincolnwood, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 228-229). …
312-313

1194
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Ralph Kaplan at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 230).
313

1195
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Sam Gordon at Palm Springs, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 231-232). Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 233).
314

1196
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Don Glass at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 233).
315

1197
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Sollie Ziv at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 234).
315

1198
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Harry Solavit at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 235)
316

1199
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Maury Cahn at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 236)
316

1200
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Harry M. Epstein at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 237)
317

1201
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Hershey Colvin at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 238)
317

1202
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Leonard Patrick at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 239-240)
318

1203
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mike Nemzin atChicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 241).
319

1204
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Donald Mediveine at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 242)
319

1205
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Jerry Feingold at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 244).
320

1206
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Theodore H. Shulman at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 245).
320

1207
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Ben Kay at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 246-247).
321

1208
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Art Petacque at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, pp. 248-249).
322

1209
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of Interview of Tony Leonardi at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 250).
323

1210
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of James Allegretti at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 252).
323

1211
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, of Jack Ruby’s possible acquaintances in Chicago (CD 4, p. 253).
324

1212
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Frank "Butch" Loverde at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 255).
324

1213
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of James Harris at Newport, Ky. (CD 4, p. 262).
325

1214
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Harry Thomas at El Paso, Tex. (CD 4, p. 263).
325

1215
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Bill Pokoik at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 4, p. 264).
326

1216
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Joe Kellinan at Durham, N.C. (CD 4, p. 265). 32
326

1217
FBI report dated November 29, i963, of interview of Harry Jack Goldbaum at Phoenix, Ariz. (CD 4, pp. 266-267).
327

1218
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Charles G. Watters at Torrance, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 371-373).
328

1219
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Maurice Medievine at West Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 269-270).
329

1220
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Joe Medill at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, p. 271).
330

1221
FBI report dated November24, 1963, of interview Norman N. Weisbrod at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 311-314).
330-331

1222
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Stella Coffman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 343).
332

1223
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Sam Lasser at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 361-363).
332-333

1224
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Pete Lucas at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 374).
334

1225
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Albert Dunn at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, p. 453).
334

1226
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Rita Jean Smrekar at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 364).
335

1227
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Joe Bonds at Wynne Prison Farm, Huntsville, Tax. (CD 4, p. 486).
335

1228
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Irving Alkana at San Bernardino, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 487-490).
336-337

1229
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Roy William Pike at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 530-532).
338

1230
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Richard G. Ness, service consultant, Dun & Bradstreet, at Dallas, Tax. (CD 4, pp. 592-597).
339-341

1231
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Jack Steven son at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 4, p. 647). FBI
342

1232
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Lt. K. P. Knight, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tax. (CD 4, p. 696).
342

1233
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of John McKee, President, Dallas Crime Commission, at Dallas, Tax. (CD 4, p. 701-703).
343

1234
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 24, 1963, of Dallas area police records concerning Jack Ruby and others (CD 4, pp. 711-712).
344

1235
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 24-25, 1963, of Jack Ruby’s acquaintances in Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 719).
345

1236
FBI report of interview conducted on November 25, 1963, of Miss Marie O’Connor, Chicago Tribune morgue, Chicago, Ill (CD 4, p. 720).
345

1237
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Ronald Dennis Magid at Simi, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 4-8).
346-347

1238
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Mrs. J. Mossell, records librarian, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 23-24)
348

1239
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Bennie Barrish at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 28-29).
349

1240
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Jim Cairns at Phoenix, Ariz (CD 84, pp. 31-32).
350

1241
FBI report dated November 29, 1963 of interview of Ira Colits at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 33-34).
351

1242
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Maurice Kahn at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 35-37).
352-353

1243
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Michael Levin at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 38-39).
353-354

1244
FBI New York office report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, concerning Jack Ruby’s friendship with Barney Ross and Ruby’s trip to New York in August 1963 (CD 84, p. 43).
354

1245
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Jack Keister Kelley at Pekin, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 44-48).
355-357

1246
FBI report dated October 4, 1963, of interview of Phil Udell at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, p. 49).
357

1247
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, concerning Jack Ruby’s possible Chicago acquaintances, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, p. 55).
358

1248
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Virginia Marian Belasco at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, p. 123).
358

1249
FBI report dated December 2,1963, of interview of Herbert Bobrow at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, p. 125).
359

1250
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Robert Lee Shorman at Long Beach, Calif. (CD 86, p. 357).
359

1251
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Steve Guthrie at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 20-21).
360

1252
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 3, 1963, concerning naturalization records of Hymen, Joseph, and Fanny Rubenstein, at Washington, D.C., and Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 66-67).
361

1253
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Richard Plzak, investigator, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 68).
362

1254
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Edward J. Nerad, chief administrative officer, Family Court of Cook County, Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 74-76).
362-363

1255
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of information on Jack Ruby and his family supplied by Michael F. Heneghan, chief probation officer, Family Court of Cook County, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 77-78).
364

1256
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Mary Lawrence, executive director, Jewish Children’s Bureau, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 79).
365

1257
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Martin Brin at Lincolnwood, Ill. (CD 86, p. 88).
365

1258
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Israel Horwits at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 94).
366

1259
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Edward Kastil at Lincoinwood, Ill. (CD 86, p. 95).
366

1260
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Jack Patrick at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 96). 367-368
367

1261
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Barney Ross at New York, N.Y. (CD 88, pp. 97-98).
367-368

1262
FBI report of interview conducted on November 26-27, 1963, of Harry E. Rubenstein at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 99-100).
368-369

1263
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Ben Sharp at Capitola, Calif. (CD 86, p. 270).
369

1264
FBI report of interview conducted on November 27, 1963, of Scott Sudden, Houston, Tex., and of interviews of Gene Whalen, Houston, Tex., and Evelyn Louise Donaho, Pasadena, Tex. (CD 86, p. 365).
370

1265
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Lt. George Butler, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 417).
370

1266
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of Interview of Henry Segel at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, pp. 26-27).
371

1267
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Carl C. Sloan at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, p. 28).
372

1268
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Dave Yaras at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, p. 29).
372

1269
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Norman Cantor at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 59).
373

1270
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Ray Parrott at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 207).
373

1271
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of information obtained from Bureau of Federal Narcotics file pertaining to Paul Roland Jones, Maurice Costello Melton, and Taylor Crossland, on December 5, 1963, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, pp. 274-279).
374-376

1272
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Taylor Cross land at Clovis, Calif. (CD 104, p. 280).
377

1273
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Maurice Costab Melton at Dailna, Tex. (CD 104, p. 281).
377

1274
Selective Service records pertaining to Jack Ruby’s military career (CD 221, pp. 1-3).
378-379

1275
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Meyer H. Ablon at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 17). .
380

1276
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Al Golden at EI Segundo, Calif. (CD 223, pp.45-46).
380-381

1277
FBI report of interview conducted on December 4,1963, of Edward Morris, Jr., at West Yellowstone, Mont. (CD 223, p. 47).
381

1278
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Isadore Kaplan at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 223, p. 125).
382

1279
FBI report dictated December 18, 1963, of interview of Paul J. Dorfman at Chicago, Ill. (CD 223, pp. 351-352).
382-383

1280
Letter to Commission dated January 27, 1964, from Abraham L. Kaminstein, Register of Copyrights, concerning copyright claim filed by Jack Rubenstein, with attachments (CD 376).
383-385

1281
FBI letter to Commission dated February 18, 1964, transmitting records of Fannie Rubenstein in Elgin State Hospital, Elgin, Ill. (CD 382).
386-410

1282
FBI report dated January 31, 1964, of interview of Martin Brauner at Memphis, Tenn. (CD 441, pp. 10-14).
411-414

1283
Alien Registration Form of Joseph Rubenstein, filed December 6, 1940 (CD 483).
415

1284
Allen Registration Form of Fanny Rubenstein, filed October 22, 1940 (CD 484).
416

1285
Naturalization record of Ann Volpert (CD 485).
417-419

1286
FBI report dated March 17, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Mary Lawrence, executive director, Jewish Children’s Bureau, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 685a).
420-421

1287
FBI report dated June 5, 1954, of interview of Hershey Colvin at Chicago, Ill. (CD 1050, pp. 1-3).
421-422

1288
FBI report dated June 5, 1964, of interview of Barney Ross at New York, N.Y. (CD 1053, pp. 1-3).
423-424

1289
FBI report dated June 5, 1964, of interview of Ira Colits at Chicago, Ill. (CD 1061, pp. 1-6).
424-427

1290
FBI report dated June 9, 1964, concerning records pertaining to Jack Ruby provided by Chicago Board of Education at Chicago, Ill. (CD W9Oa).
427-428

1291
Letter to Commission dated April 15, 1964, from Dr. Raymond E. Robertson, and Dr. John E. Halass, acting head, department of psychiatry, Illinois Institute for Juvenile Research concerning a clinical evaluation of Jack Ruby in 1922 (CD 1143).
429-432

1292
FBI report dated June 9, 1964, concerning Jack Ruby’s relationship with the Scrap Iron and Junk Handlers Union, Local 20467, Chicago, Ill. (CD 1199d, pp. 1-8).
433-436

1293
FBI report dated June 15, 1964, concerning Jack Ruby’s relationship with the Waste Material Handlers Union, Local 20467, Chicago, Ill. (CD 1199e, pp. 1-8).
437-440

1294
FBI report dated June 22, 1964, of interview of Stephen Andrew Belancik at Bristol, R.I. (CD 1234b, pp. 3-4).
441

1295
FBI report dated June 24, 1964, of interview Irving Zakarin at New York, N.Y. (CD 1234d, pp. 4-6).
442-443

1296
FBI report, Chicago, Ill., dated June 17, 1964, of investigation into Jack Ruby’s military classifications (CD 1234e, pp. 1-3).
443-444

1297
Records pertaining to Jacob Rubenstein provided by Illinois Institute for Juvenile Research (CD 1291).
445-475

1298
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Giles Miller at University Park, Tex. (CD 105, p. 120).
476

1299
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Arthur Douglas Cohen at Honolulu, Hawaii (CD 106, pp. 14-16).
476-477

1300
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Paul R. Jones at Birmingham, Ala. (CD 106, pp. 49-51).
478

1301
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing arrangement of cartons shortly after shots were fired.
479

1302
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing approximate location of wrapping-paper bag and location of palmprint on carton.
479

1303
Photograph of rifle, Commission Exhibit No. 139, showing its dimensions when assembled.
480

1304
Photographs of wrapping-paper bag and of component parts of rifle.
480

1305
Diagram of area around Tippit killing, showing location of eye witnesses to movements of Oswald.
481

1306
Photograph of carton, Commission Exhibit No. 641, showing its dimensions.
482

1307
Photograph of carton, Commission Exhibit No. 648, showing its dimensions.
482

1308
Photograph of carton, Commission Exhibit No. 653, showing its
483

1309
Photograph of carton, Commission Exhibit No. 654, showing its dimensions.
483

1310
Photograph of assassination window from inside of building showing height of windowsill and dimensions of open window.
484

1311
Photograph of assassination window from inside of building showing a person of Lee Harvey Oswald’s height standing at open window.
484

1312
Photograph of assassination window from inside of building showing a person of Lee Harvey Oswald’s height seated on carton alongside open window.
485

1313
Letter dated May 10, 1962, from American Embassy to Lee H. Oswald with envelope (FBI item 240)
485

1314
One-page notice dated May 16, 1962, from Lee H: Oswald to Director of Minsk Radio Factory; apparently a rough draft; with translation (C356y).
486

1315
Three letters from Oswald to his mother, sent from Minsk, March 27, April, and October 22, with envelopes (CD 87, SS control No. 422, 5 pp.).
487-491

1316
Photos: P-1, a Leningrad monument; P-2, inside subway building at Leningrad; P-3, czar’s palace, Leningrad (FBI item 45).
492

1317
Photos: P-i, Leningrad street scene; P-2, unknown building in unknown city; P-3, czar’s palace, Leningrad (FBI item 46).
492

1318
Extract of information in the Social Security Administration files concerning Jack Ruby, reported January 24, 1964 (CD 353B, pp. 1-3).
493-494

1319
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Daniel N. Sloan at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 102).
494

1320
FBI report of information provided by Mrs. Bernadine Coleman at Chicago, Ill., on November 26, 1963 (CD 4, p. 257).
495

1321
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 24, 1963, of Jack Ruby’s relationship with Chicago’s criminal element (CD 4, pp. 258-260).
495-496

1322
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, concerning inventory of items taken by Dallas Police Department from Jack Ruby’s person, automobile, and residence (CD 4, pp. 724-773).
497-521

1323
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 27, 1963, of Jack Ruby’s San Francisco residences and employment (CD 84, p. 126).
522

1324
FBI report of interview conducted on November 27, 1963, of Reuben Arian at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 127-128).
522-523

1325
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Dial D. Ryder at Irving, Tex. (CD 5 p. 395).
523

1326
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Miss Carol Berry at Irving, Tex (CD 5, p. 396).
524

1327
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Edith Whitworth at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, p. 65).
524

1328
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Dial D. Ryder at Irving, Tex. (CD 105, p. 361).
525

1329
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Dial D. Ryder at Irving, Tex (CD 205, p. 66).
525

1330
Secret Service report, Dallas, Tex., dated December 2, 1963, of telephone interview of Dial D. Ryder, Irving, Tex. (CD 87c, SS control No. 424, three pages).
526-527

1331
Secret Service report, Los Angeles, Calif., dated December 3, 1963, concerning origin of gun sight used on assassination weapon at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 87, 88 control No. 430).
528

1332
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 10 and 12, 1963, to locate all individuals in Dallas area by name of Oswald and determine whether they had patronized Irving Sport Shop, Irving, Tax. (CD 205, pp. 654-656).
529-530

1333
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated April 2, 1964, concerning Dial D. Ryder’s alleged contact with Oswald (CD 731).
530-531

1334
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated May 18, 1964, reflecting investigation of information furnished by Dial D. Ryder (CD 996).
531-546

1335
FBI report, New York, N.Y., dated July 7, 1964, of interview of Miss Jean Campbell relating to her contacts with Mrs. Edith Whit- worth (CD 1281.1, pp. 1-4).
546-547

1336
FBI report, New York, N.Y., dated July 9, 1964, of interview of Paul Matthian concerning his contact with Mrs. Gertrude Hunter (CD 1281.2, pp. 1-2). 549
548

1337
FBI report, New Orleans, La., dated July 18, 1964, of interview of Jerry Allen Herald concerning his contact with Mrs. Edith Whitworth (CD 1340).
549

1338
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated July 20, 1964, concerning visits to Mrs. Edith Whitworth’s furniture store in early November 1963 (CD 1341).
550-558

1339
Copy of Youth House psychologist’s report on Lee Harvey Oswald prepared by Irving Sokolow, New York, N.Y., April 17,
558-559

1340
Pages 5 and 6 of the Militant for September 9, 1963.
560-561

1341
Pages 1, 4, and 6 of the Militant for September 16, 1903.
562-564

1342
Pages 1 and 2 of the Militant for September 30, 1963.
565-566

1343
Pages 1, 3, and 4 of the Militant for October 7, 1963.
567-569

1344
Pages 4, 5, 6 of the Militant for October 14, 1963.
570-572

1345
Page 4 of the Militant for October 21, 1963.
573

1346
Pages 1 and 3 of the Militant for October 28, 1963.
574-575

1347
Pages 4 and 5 of the Militant for November 4, 1963.
576-577

1348
Page 7 of the Times-Picayune, New Orleans, La., for September 9, 1963.
578

1349
Article from page 26 of the State-Item, New Orleans, La., for September 9, 1963.
579

1350
Pages 3 and 8 of the Worker for October 1, 1963.
580-581

1351
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated May 22, 1964, reflecting investigation concerning photographs of the residence of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker (CD 1019-A).
582-586

1352
FBI report reflecting FBI laboratory examination conducted on December 9, 1963, of personal history sheet of Lee Oswald (CD 205, p. 180).
587

1353
Report of interview with Assistant Chief Batchelor, Dallas Police Department, conducted by Burt W. Griffin of the Commission on March 23, 1964 (three pages).
587-588

1354
Letter dated April 3, 1964, from Department of State to Commission, concerning Department’s contacts with Secret Service (CD 725).
588-590

1355
Letter dated April 24, 1964, from Department of Defense to Com mission, concerning arrangements for safeguarding the President (CD 852, 852a, 852b, 552c, and 852d).
590-594

1356
CIA memorandum for the Commission, dated May 6, 1904, concerning criteria for dissemination of information to the Secret Service and recommendations of CIA relative to Presidential protection (CD 902, pp. 1-3).
594-595

1357
FBI report dated February 20, 1964, of interview of Robert Oswald in connection with alleged Richard Nixon incident (CD 735, p. 343).
596

1358
Letter dated July 17, 1904, from J. E. Curry, chief of police, Dallas, Tex., to Commission, with statements of 13 officers and map (CD 1259).
596-606

1359
Pages 1-6 of edited transcript of part of American Society of News paper Editors proceedings that deals with "Dallas Revisited."
607-612

1360
Secret Service memorandum to Commission dated July 10, 1964, concerning Trade Mart decision (CD 1251).
613

1361
"Increased Seating Readied for Kennedy Luncheon," Dallas Times Herald, November 16, 1963 (CD 320).
613

1362
"Yarborough Gets JFK Table Spot," Dallas Times Herald, November 19, 1963 (CD 320).
614

1363
"Yarborough Seating Pondered," Dallas Morning News, November 19, 1963 (CD 320).
615

1364
"Yarborough Invited to Travel with JFK," Dallas Morning News, November 20, 1963 (CD 320).
616

1365
"Storm of Political Controversy Swirls Around Kennedy on Visit," Dallas Morning News, November 22, 1963.
617

1366
"President to Visit Dallas, 3 Other Texas Cities Soon," Dallas Times Herald, September 13, 1963 (CD 320).
618

1367
"Kennedy’s Texas Visit Confirmed," Dallas Times Herald, September 26, 1963 (CD 320).
619

1368
"Kennedy to Visit Texas Nov. 21-22," Dallas Morning News, September 26, 1903 (CD 320).
620

1369
Editorial, "Mr. President," Dallas Times Herald, September 17, 1963 (CD 320).
621

1370
"Kennedy Should be Ready for Questions, Alger Says," Dallas Morning News, October 3, 1963 (CD 320).
622

1371
"’Riot Tag Denied by Demonstrator," Dallas Times Herald, October 27, 1963 (CD 320).
623

1372
"Mayor Flays ‘Far Right,’ "Dallas Morning News, October 27, 1963 (CD 320).
624

1373
"Mayor Asks City Reject Hate Groups," Dallas Times Herald, October 27, 1963 (CD 320).
625

1374
"Large Police Guard Planned for Kennedy," Dallas Morning News, October 26, 1963 (CD 320).
626

1375
"Kennedy to Make 5 Stops During 2-Day Texas Tour," Dallas Morning News, November 5, 1963 (CD 320).
627

1376
"Kennedy Sets 5-Stop Tour," Dallas Times Herald, November 8, 1963 (CD 320).
628

1377
"Police Chief Puts Dallas on Notice," Dallas Times Herald, November 20, 1963 (CD 320).
629

1378
"Detailed Security Net Spread for Kennedy," Dallas Morning News, November 21, 1963 (CD 320).
630

1379
"Incident-Free Day Urged for JFK Visit," Dallas Morning News, November 17, 1963 (CD 320).
631

1380
"Carlson Calls For Civilized Reception," Dallas Morning News, November 19, 1963 (CD 320).
631

1381
Signed statements obtained from all persons known to have been the Texas School Book Depository Building on the date of the assassination, with transmittal letter from the FBI to the Com mission dated April 3, 1964 (CD 706).
632-686

1382
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Mrs. John Edward Pic at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. (CD 188, pp. 27-29).
687

1383
copy of memorandum dated June 12, 1964, from chief, bureau of medicine and surgery, to Commission relating to psychological examinations administered to Lee Harvey Oswald while a member of The U.S. Marine Corps (CD 1105).
688

1384
Letter to Commission dated February 4, 1964, from the mayor of York City, transmitting school records of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 364).
688-700

1385
Notes of interview of Lee. Harvey Oswald conducted by Aline Mosby in Moscow in November 1959 (CD 352).
701-710

1386
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, reflecting affidavit of Palmer E. McBride at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. (CD 75, pp. 251-254).
710-712

1387
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of John G. Martin, at New Orleans, La. (CD 183, pp. 45-47).
712-713

1388
FBI reports dated December 19, 1963, of interviews of Greg 01dm at Richardson, Tex., and of Rev. Byrd Helligas at Dallas, Tex. (CD 206, pp. 206-207).
714

1389
FBI report dated May 19, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., reflecting investigation of the first contacts between Lee Harvey Oswald and Max Clark and Peter Paul Gregory (CD 981, pp. 1-4).
715-716

1390
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, re records of U.S. Post Office, Dallas, Tex., pertaining to Oswald’s rental of post office boxes and changes of address (CD 5, pp. 176-177).
717

1391
Soviet blood analysis for Lee Harvey Oswald with translation (FBI item 355).
718

1392
Photo of Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald on bridge in Minsk (FBI item B3-27).
719

1393
Photo taken in Minsk of Lee Harvey Oswald, Marina Oswald, and Marina’s Aunt Lobova Aksionova (FBI item Ba-i).
719

1394
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald on steps of a building in Minsk (FBI item D33-2).
720

1395
Photo of Marina Oswald in Minsk (FBI item B3-12).
720

1396
Transcript of tape-recorded interview with Marguerite Oswald conducted by Secret Service agent in Dallas, Tex., November 25, 1963 (CD 87, SB control No. 151, 28 pages).
721-734

1397
Affidavit of Ivan D. Lee, sworn to June 1, 1964, re photographs of General Walker’s residence.
735

1398
Application for employment with William B. Reily & Co., Thc., by Lee Harvey Oswald dated May 9, 1963 (FBI item No. D-14).
736-737

1399
Congratulatory note to Lee Harvey Oswald from Rimma (FBI item 291).
738

1400
Map depicting the localities involved in the visit of Lee Harvey Oswald to Mexico City.
739

1401
FBI reports dated December 1-7, 1963, of interviews with and data concerning Marina Oswald (CD 6, pp. 250-298).
740-764

1402
Page from an FBI report concerning the finding of a Russian hunting identification booklet among Lee Harvey Oswald’s effects (CD 329, p. 44).
764

1403
FBI reports dated December 1963 of interviews with and data concerning Marina Oswald (CD 205, pp. 709-748).
765-784

1404
FBI reports dated February 22 and 25, 1964, of interviews with Marina Oswald (CD 735, pp. 446-453).
785-788

1405
Undated letter from Lee H. Oswald to Leslie Welding Co., Fort Worth, Tex., apparently written in or about October 1962.
789

1406
Letter from FBI to Commission dated June 29, 1964, identifying specific issues of the newspapers Lee Harvey Oswald is holding in his hand in Commission Exhibit No. 134 (CD 1183).
789

1407
FBI report dated June 5, 1964, of interview of James W. Attgens, who took photographs showing Billy Nolan Lovelady, at Dallas, Tex.
790-792

1408
"The Picture With a Life of Its Own," by Dom Bonafede, appearing in the New York Herald Tribune, magazine section, May 24, 1964.
793-794

1409
Letter dated May 19, 1964, from J. E. Curry, chief of police, Dallas, Tex., to Commission, with attached memoranda dated May 15, 1964, relating to distribution of pro-Castro literature in Dallas in the late spring or early summer of 1963.
795-796

1410
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Myra Silver at New Orleans, La., reflecting investigation of the printing of pro-Castro materials on order of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 6, pp. 393-394D).
796-799

1411
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of John I. Anderson at New Orleans, La., reflecting investigation of the printing of pro-Castro materials on order of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 6, pp. 399-400C).
800-802

1412
Letter from FBI to Commission dated August 4, 1964, with attached memoranda dated July 16, 1964, and July 22, 1964, reflecting investigation into allegation that Oswald distributed Pair Play for Cuba literature in the vicinity of units of U.S. Navy at New Orleans, La. (CD 1370, 1370a, 1370b).
803-808

1413
Letter from Louisiana Department of Public Safety to Commission, dated February 4, 1964, transmitting information concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s education and background in Louisiana (CD 365, 35 pages).
808-828

1414
Secret Service report dated December 9, 1963, at New Orleans, La., reflecting investigation of allegation that Oswald rented an office in New Orleans for conduct of Fair Play for Cuba Committee activities (CD 87, 55 control No. 517, seven pages).
828-831

1415
"The Doctors’ Hard Fight to Save Him," New York Herald Tribune, November 23, 1963 (col. 1, p. 2).
832

1416
FBI report dated March 19, 1964, of interview of James L. Simmons at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 7).
833

1417
FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of Walter Luke Winborn at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 5).
833

1418
FBI report dated March 19, 1964, of interview of Nolan H. Potter g4 Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 9).
834

1419
FBI report dated March 19, 1964, of interview of Curtis Freeman Bishop at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 10).
834

1420
FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of Richard Calvin Dodd at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 11).
835

1421
FBI report dated March 20, 1064, of interview of Thomas J. Murphy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 12).
835

1422
FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of Clemon Earl Johnson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 15).
836

1423
FBI report dated March 19, 1964, of interview of Ewell William Cowsert at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 16).
836

1424
FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of George A. Davis at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 17).
837

1425
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Charles F. Brehm at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 28-29).
837-838

1426
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Mary Ann Moorman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 36-37).
838-839

1427
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Joseph Eddie Dean at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 44).
839

1428
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Jack Fransen at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 46-47).
840

1429
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Charles Hester at Irving, Tex. (CD 5, p. 48).
841

1430
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Patricia Ann Lawrence at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 51).
841

1431
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Frances Gayle Newman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 53).
842

1432
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of William Eugene Newman, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 54-55).
842-843

1433
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Jean (Mrs. Purser Edward) Newman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 56-57).
843-844

1434
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Pauline E. Sanders at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 60-61).
844-845

1435
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Ochus Campbell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 82).
845

1436
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Dolores Kounas at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 68).
846

1437
Letter from FBI to Commission dated August 3, 1964, re distance from eyewitness Howard Brennan’s location (appearing on Com mission Exhibit No. 477) to the sixth floor window from which shots were fired, with attached geometric outline illustrating distance.
846-847

1438
Russian writing on original slip of paper found in Lee Harvey Oswald’s wallet at the time of his interview by Lt. Francis L. Martello, New Orleans Police Department, in August .1963, with translation (Lieutenant Martello’s notes carry Commission Exhibit No. 827).
848-849

1439
"Prelude to Tragedy: The Woman Who Sheltered Lee Oswald’s Family Tells Her Story," article on Mrs. Ruth Paine by Jessamyn West in the July 1964 issue of Redbook magazine.
850-857

1440
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Clarence A. Rector at Houston, Tex. (CD 84, p. 111).
858

1441
FBI report dated January 14,1964, of interview of Meyer R. Panitz at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 360, p. 64).
858

1442
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Sidney A. Davis at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, p. 432).
859

1443
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Sidney A. Davis at New York, N.Y. (CD 88, p. 433).
859

1444
FBI report dated May 8, 1964, at New York, N.Y., of investigation concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s presence in New York and other matters (CD 956, pp. 1-15).
860-867

1445
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Sterling E. Mossman at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, p. 451).
868

1446
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of investigation of Jack Ruby’s alleged presence in Hawaii (CD 4, p. 452).
868

1447
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, concerning Jack Ruby’s alleged presence in Hawaii (CD 4, pp. 217-218).
869

1448
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Thomas Stewart Palmer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 301-304). 872-873
870-871

1449
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Johnnie Hayden at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 168-171). 874
872-873

1450
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Miss Judy Smalley at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 216-217).
874

1451
FBI report of interview conducted on January 22, 1964, of Henry Thomas Killan at Tampa, Fla. (CD 360, p. 80).
875

1452
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Miss Patricia Taylor at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 207-208).
875-876

1453
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Don Elwood Leasure at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 120-121).
876-877

1454
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Julian Edgar Kahn II, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 177-179).
877-878

1455
WFAA-TV Audio reel 2 at 268, November 23, 1963, entitled "Lee Harvey Oswald Talking to Reporters," Police and Courts Building.
878

1456
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Robert E. Mitchell at Owenshoro, Ky. (CD 86, p. 225).
879

1457
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of William C. McMillin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 395).
879

1458
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Kenneth Wayne Spivey at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 217).
880

1459
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Elaine Rogers at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 519-520).
880-881

1460
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Mayrilyn Miranda Moone at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 523).
881

1461
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Seaborn William Hill at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 315).
882

1462
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Fred Sexauer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 635).
882

1463
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Jack Homer at Chicago, Ill. (CD 106, p. 44).
883

1464
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Ruel W. Alexander at Amarillo, Tex. (CD 4, p. 414).
883

1465
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, and January 6, 1964, of interviews of Leona Kirilenko at Albuquerque, N. Mex. (CD 302, pp. 94-97).
884-885

1466
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of J. L. "Jake" Campbell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 345).
886

1467
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Reagan Turman at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 526-528). 88 81
886-887

1468
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Robert Roosevelt Beals at Niles, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 112-114). 1468 FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Jean Rash at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 539-540).
888

1469
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Betty Jean Sims at Beilfiower, Calif. (CD 4, p. 543).
889

1470
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Irving Katz at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, p. 393).
889

1471
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of William Sloan at Chicago, Ill. (CD 105, pp. 236-237).
890

1472
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of David Elatkin at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, p. 40).
891

1473
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Robert Roosevelt Beals at Niles, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 112-114).
891-892

1474
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of David S. Leventhal, Internal Revenue Service agent, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 107-108).
893

1475
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of James Henry Dolan at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 141-142).
894

1476
Copy of receipt given by Karen Bennett Carlin ("Little Lynn") to Huey Reeves on November 23, 1963.
895

1477
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of William Edward Howard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 173-175).
896-897

1478
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of Interview of John C. Jackson at Lafayette, La. (CD 84, pp. 83-87).
897-899

1479
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Gladys Craddock at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 559-560). 901
900

1480
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Kay Helen Coleman at Oklahoma City, Okla. (CD 86, pp. 295-296).
901

1481
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of interview of Delores Silva at San Antonio, Tex. (CD 228, pp. 186-187).
902

1482
FBI report dated January 15, 1964, of Interview of Josephine Ann Bunce at Kansas City, Mo. (CD 860, pp. 72-74).
903

1483
FBI report of Interview of Rick Morrison at Garland, Tex. (CD 104, p. 137)
904

1484
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Wynn Warner at Playa del Rey, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 189-191).
905-906

1485
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Rabbi Hillel Silverman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 338-340).
906-907

1486
FBI report dated November 29 1963, of interview of Wayne M. Keller at St. Louis, Mo. (CD 84, p. 190).
907

1487
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Tom Nazzie Plas at Carson City Nev. (CD 86, p.251)
908

1488
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Lee Metker at Dallas, Tex (CD 86, p. 219).
909

1489
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Gilbert R. Triesch at San Antonio, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 163-164).
909-910

1490
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Jerry Jensen at Dallas, Tex (CD 4, p. 357)
910

1491
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Robert Kirkwood at Columbus, Ohio (CD 4, p. 390).
911

1492
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Edward Hugh Goddard at Pittmann, Nev. (CD 86, p. 159).
911

1493
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Fred B. Asche, Jr., at Wilton Manors, Fla. (CD 106, pp. 20-21).
912

1494
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Bruce McLean – at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 529).
913

1495
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of Interview of Mrs. Johnnie Hayden, a.k.a May Hayden at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 86, p. 172).
913

1496
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Fannie Birch at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 289-291).
914-915

1497
FBI report dated January 22, 1964, of interview of Jack Van Kampen at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 63).
915

1498
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of interview of Barry Herbert James Deavenport at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 223, pp. 56-57).
916

1499
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Patricia Koha at Irving, Tex. (CD 105, p. 214).
917

1500
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of James E. Dunne II, at Louisville, Ky. (CD 4, pp. 292-295).
917-919

1501
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Tony Zoppi at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 305-306).
919-920

1502
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Sgt. Jerry Hill at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 307-309).
920-921

1503
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Edwin Carrell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 346).
922

1504
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Raymond H. Meyers at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 359-360).
922-923

1505
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Robert Lee Shorman at Long Beach, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 405-407).
923-924

1506
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Juanita Dale Phillips at Edna, Tex. (CD 4, p. 438).
925

1507
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Michael Shore at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 454-456).
925-926

1508
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Salvadore Vincent Giambone at Minneapolis, Minn. (CD 4, p. 459).
927

1509
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Robert T. Brown at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 465).
927

1510
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Lynn N. Burk at, Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 478-479).
928

1511
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Frank Devera at Memphis, Tenn. (CD 106, pp. 149-153).
929-931

1512
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Shari Angel Weston at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 514-516).
931-932

VOLUME XXIII

Exibit No.
Description
Page

1513
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Paul Caigrove at Houston, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 533-534)
1

1514
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Frank Ferraro at North Haven, Conn. (CD 4, pp. 546-547).
2

1515
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Herbert Charles David Kelly at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, pp. 549-555).
3-6

1516
FBI report of interview of Herman Rose conducted on November 25, 1963, at Houston, Tex. (CD 4, p. 566).
6

1517
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Benny H. Bickers at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 577).
7

1518
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, at Dallas, Tex., of information furnished telephonically by Roger D. Tesch, Austin, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 582-585).
7-10

1519
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of information from records of Merchants State Bank, Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 607-609).
10-11

1520
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, into Jack Ruby’s alleged presence in Houston, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 655-656).
12

1521
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Leon Cornman at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, pp. 658-659).
13

1522
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Leon Cornman at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 660).
14

1523
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Paul Cascio at New Orleans, La. (C D 4, p. 661).
14

1524
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Hazel Kemp at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 662).
15

1525
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Joe Howard at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 664).
15

1526
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Nick Graffagnini at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 665).
16

1527
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Billy Don Williams at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 681).
16

1528
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of information provided by George Snyder, records bureau, Dallas Police Department, relating to arrest record of Jack Ruby (CD 4, pp. 697-700).
17-19

1529
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Bonnie Louise Hethcoat Kelly at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 777).
20

1530
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Wally Weston at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 781-783).
20-21

1531
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Leon H. Worth at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 791-792).
22

1532
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Philip Lance at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 477-478).
23

1533
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Philip Lance at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 479-480).
24

1534
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Lacy C. Brooks at Midland, Tex. (CD 84, p. 64).
25

1535
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Robert Craven at South Gate, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 70-72).
25-26

1536
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Bobby Gene Moore at Oakland, Calif. (CD 84, p. 91).
27

1537
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Jack Pakis at Hot Springs, Ark. (CD 84, p. 104).
28

1538
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Roscoe R. Robinson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 137).
28

1539
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of Crawford C. Martin, secretary of state, State of Texas, who produced corporate file with respect to S. & R., Inc., Dallas, Tex., at Austin, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 139-141).
29-30

1540
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mill Perele at El Paso, Tex. (CD 84, p. 159).
30

1541
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Julie Taylor at Syracuse, N.Y. (CD 84, pp. 164-165).
31

1542
FBI report of interviews conducted on November 26, 1963, of Carme Pitrello and Paul Salos at Great Falls, Mont. (CD 84, pp. 170-172).
32-33

1543
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Irvin Charles Mazzel at North Hollywood, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 191-195).
33-35

1544
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of William Miller at Hollywood, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 196-197).
36

1545
FBI report concerning Lewis J. McWillie’s activities on January 2, 1961, at Miami, Fla. (CD 84, p. 211).
37

1546
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Lewis J. Mc Willie, at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 84, pp. 212-214).
37-38

1547
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Patrolman A. B. Hammett, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 30).
39

1548
FBI report dated January 3, 1964, of interview of Charles Edward Morgan at Chicago, Ill. (CD 360, p. 81).
39

1549
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Lt. Erich Kamineki, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 35-37).
40-41

1550
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Justice of the Peace Glenn W. Byrd at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 126-127).
41-42

1551
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of A. L. Davis at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 86, p. 137).
42

1552
FBI report of interview conducted on December 9, 1963k of Joseph Leipsic at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 146).
43

1553
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Charles Duarte at Houston, Tex. (CD 86, p. 147).
43

1554
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Robert L. Gurley at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 161-162). 1555
44

1555
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Prentis I. Vaughn at Washington, D.C. (CD 86, pp. 183-184).
45

1556
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Walter Eugene Lawrence at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 199-200
46

1557
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Hermon Schepps at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 235-238)
47

1558
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Robert Stuart at Reno, Nev. (CD 86, p. 250)
48

1559
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Canoe Joseph Malone at Louisville, Ky. (CD 86, p. 272).
48

1560
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Walter C. Brown at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 294).
49

1561
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Janet Adams Conforto at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 297-303).
49-52

1562
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Robert Faye at York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 307-308).
53

1563
FBI report of interview conducted on November 26, 1963, of John Joseph McNaughton at Danville, In. (CD 86, pp. 329-331).
54-55

1564
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Joe Peterson At Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 332).
55

1565
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of John McDonald concerning his article in Miami Herald of November 27, 1963 (CD 86, p. 341).
56

1566
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Breck Wall at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 342).
56

1567
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Bryan Powell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 343-346).
57-58

1568
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Jack J. Rowe at Dallas, Tex (CD 86, p. 854).
58

1569
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of Interview of Joe E. Slatin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 360-363).
59-60

1570
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Joe B. Turner at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 368).
61

1571
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of William F. Alexander, assistant district attorney, Dallas County, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 378).
61

1572
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Capt. Will Fritz, homicide bureau, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 379).
62

1573
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Detective B. L. Senkle, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 380).
62

1574
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, on Information obtained from the records of the Bank of Services and Trusts, Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 381).
63

1575
FBI reports dated December 7, 1963, and August 19, 1964, on information obtained from the records of the Merchants State Bank, Dallas, Tex (CD 86, pp. 382-385; CD 1422).
63-68

1576
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Virginia Bowmaker at Wichita, Kans. (CD 86, p. 440).
69

1577
FBI report dated December 6,1963, of interview of Thelma Cornwall at Wichita, Kans. (CD 86, p. 441).
69

1578
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Beth Hill at Wichita, Kana. (CD 86, p. 442).
70

1579
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Karen Simmons at Wichita, Kans. (CD 86, p. 443).
70

1580
FBI report concerning anonymous letter dated November 26, 1963, alleging that Jack Ruby was in New York on August 4, 1963 (CD 86, p. 444).
71

1581
FBI report dated November 29,1963, of interview of Paul Valentine at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 445-446).
71-72

1582
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mal B. Kovnit at New York, N.Y. (CD 88, p. 447).
72

1583
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Vincent Graviano at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, p. 448).
73

1584
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Melvin Ray at Tulsa, Okla. (CD 86, p. 450).
73

1585
FBI report of Interview conducted on December 2,1963, of Patrick Cummings at Houston, Tex. (CD 86, p. 458).
74

1586
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Gordon Kent at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 460).
74

1587
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Mark Marquess at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 462).
75

1588
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of A. J. Ricci at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 463).
75

1589
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Joseph Stefan at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 464).
76

1590
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Ernest Muscatello at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 465).
76

1591
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, into Jack Ruby’s alleged activities in Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, pp. 406-467).
77

1592
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Joseph R. Cavagnaro at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 130-131).
78

1593
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Ben Goffstein at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 468).
79

1594
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Thomas Joseph Callahan at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 469).
79

1595
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Robert Ryne at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 470).
80

1596
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Paul F. Coe at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 473).
80

1597
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of John Backus at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 475).
81

1598
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Carl Barbalot at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 476).
81

1599
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Richard Chappell at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 477).
82

1600
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of John Tihista at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 478).
82

1601
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Gilbert Coskey at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 479).
83

1602
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Preston Feinberg at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 480).
83

1603
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Ralph J. Fance at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 481).
84

1604
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 29, 1963, into Jack Ruby’s alleged presence on flight from Dallas, Tex., to Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 483).
84

1605
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of John D. Gaughan at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 484).
85

1606
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Joyce Lee McDonald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 527).
85

1607
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Capt. O. T. Slaughter, chief, record bureau, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 545).
86

1608
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Sgt. M. A. Southerland, assistant chief, record bureau, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 546).
87

1609
FBI report dated December 6,1963, of interview of J. G. Vickery, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 547).
87

1610
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Pearl Shumate, chief clerk, Dallas County Criminal Court No. 3, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 548-549).
88

1611
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Detective D. L. Blankenship, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 550-553).
59-90

1612
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Detective E. E. Cannon, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 554.-557).
91-92

1613
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of Interview of Mrs. Mattie Nelson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 13-14).
93

1614
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Henry D. Akin, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 31).
94

1615
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Lt. George C. Arnett, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 32-33).
94-95

1616
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of Interview of Willie Barker at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 36).
95

1617
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 13-14, 1963, at Dallas, Tex., concerning names and addresses found in Jack Ruby’s car (CD 104, pp. 38-40.
96-97

1618
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of John N. Crawford, Jr., at Huntsville, Tex. (CD 104, p. 72).
97

1619
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Arthur R. Sanders at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 148).
98

1620
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Detective Gayle M. Tippit, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 153).
98

1621
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of Interview of Johnny Cola at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 186).
99

1622
FBI report dated December 15 1963 of interview of Dewey F. Groom at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 190).
99

1623
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Isaiah Howard Haynes at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 104, p. 191).
100

1624
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of William Earl O’Donnell, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 200-203).
101-102

1625
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Lt. Floyd Hannon, Wichita Police Department, at Wichita, Kans. (CD 104,
102

1626
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Virgil Peel at Wichita, Kans. (CD 104, p. 262).
103

1627
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Jim Jonker at Wichita, Kans. (CD 104, p. 263).
103

1628
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of William F. Alexander, assistant district attorney, Dallas County, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 2-3).
104

1629
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of H. H. Anderson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 31
105

1630
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of B. A. Bates Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 35).
105

1631
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Edward B. Bellocchio at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 36).
106

1632
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Theodore Louis Fleming at Boulder, Cob. (CD 105, pp. 65-68).
106-108

1633
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Dan Alvin Gunn at Amarillo, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 82-83).
108-109

1634
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Travis Hall at Da1las, Tex. (CD 105, p. 84).
109

1635
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Edward H. McBee at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 112-114).
110-111

1636
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Mary Pullan at Omaha, Nebr. (CD 105. pp. 232-233).
111-112

1637
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Margaret Jean Sims at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 234-235).
112-113

1638
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of L.W. Newberry at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 244-245)
113-114

1639
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Wiley Dismukes at Grapevine, Tex. (CD 105, p. 246).
115

1640
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Wiley Dismukes at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 247).
115

1641
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 6, 1963, Into Jack Ruby’s allegedly owning property in the vicinity of Lake Grapevine, at Grapevine, Tex. (CD 105, p. 248).
115

1642
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of T. A. Yates at Grapevine, Tex. (CD 105, p. 249).
116

1643
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Grace Wilkins at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 283).
116

1644
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Ann Woodruff at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 284).
117

1645
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Chester Arthur Myers, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 97-99).
117-118

1646
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, of interview of Hugh Gene Smith at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 97-98).
119

1647
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of Interview of J. S. Burden at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 119).
120

1648
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of Interview of Heidi Lee Ballowe at Norman, Okla. (CD 106, pp. 142-143).
120-121

1649
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of Interview of Edward Castro at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 145).
121

1650
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, of Interview of Virginia Dituillo at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106,p. 154).
122

1651
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, of Interview of Winnie Faye Floyd at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 157-158).
122-123

1652
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of Interview of Mrs. Janice Norman Jones at Euleas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 169).
123

1653
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of Interview of Vernon Roy Smith at Denver, Cob. (CD 106, pp. 187-188).
124

1654
Letter dated January 9, 1964, from H. S. Caplinger, Assistant Regional Commissioner, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division, Internal Revenue Service, to Arnold Sagalyn, Director, Office of Law Enforcement Coordination, U.S. Treasury Department (CD 219).
125-126

1655
FBI report of Interview conducted on December 17, 1963, of Mrs. Blanche McWillle at Gainesville, Fla. (CD 223, pp. 93-94).
126-127

1656
FBI report dated January 2,1964, of Interview of Bill Gus Komodore at New York, N.Y. (CD 223, pp. 177-179).
127-128

1657
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of Interview of Richard Willlam Proeber at Houston, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 182-183).
129

1658
FBI report dated December 26, 1963, of Interview of Herman Virdie Smith at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 223, pp. 188-189).
130

1659
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of Interview of James H. Rhodes at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 195-200).
131-133

1660
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Chief Jesse E. Curry, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 222).
134

1661
FBI report dated December 17, 1903, of interview of Lt. Jack Revill, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 223).
134

1662
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 5-10, 1963, Into Dallas bank accounts under names of Jack L. Ruby, Jack Rubenstein, Carousel Club, Vegas Club, and S. & R. Inc. (CD 223, pp. 224-225).
135

1663
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Jean Flynn at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 159-160).
136

1664
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of Interview of D. R. Porter at University Park, Tex. (CD 223, p. 226).
137

1665
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Harry K. Yeager at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 227).
137

1666
FBI report dated December 22, 1963, of interview of Gary A. Jones at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 228).
138

1667
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of Investigation into records of Bank of Services and Trusts, Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 229-230).
138-139

1668
FBI of interview of Ingrid Carter at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 231).
139

1669
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of investigation into records of Merchants State Bank, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 232).
140

1670
FBI report dated December 31, 1963, of interview of Stella Bray at Cleveland, Ohio (CD 247, pp. 1-3).
140-141

1671
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Leonard Repaky at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 329-330).
142

1672
FBI report dated January 16, 1964, of interview of John B. Wilson, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 63-65).
413-144

1673
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of Interview of Howell H.Watson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 71-72).
144-145

1674
FBI report dated January 6, 1964, of interview of Henry Calhoun at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, p. 78).
145

1675
FBI report dated January 14, 1964, of interview of Robert Daigneault at Farmers Branch, Tex. (CD 302, p. 83).
146

1676
FBI report dated January 14, 1964, of interview of Wilije D. Dickerson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 84-85).
146-147

1677
FBI report dated January 6, 1964, of interview of Louis Tom Loy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 104-105).
147-148

1678
FBI report dated January 15, 1964, of interview of Robert Weaver at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 119-120).
148-149

1679
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of investigation into records of Bank of Dallas at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, p. 121).
149

1680
FBI report of investigation conducted on January 8-10, 13, 1964, into Dallas area banking and savings and. loan institution records •(CD 302, pp. 122-126).
150-151

1681
FBI report dated January 20, 1964, of Interview of Mrs. Bobby Bradford at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 70).
152

1682
FBI report dated January 22, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Elvira Bertha Scott at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 360, p. 84).
153

1683
FBI report dated January 21, 1964, of interview of Gordon Sims at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 380, p. 85).
153

1684
FBI report dated January 22, 1964, of interview of Joan Leavelle at West Palm Beach, Fla. (CD 360, pp. 89-90).
154

1685
FBI report dated January 24, 1964, of interview of Helen Vines at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, pp. 91-93).
155-156

1686
FBI report dated January 17, 1964, of interview of Bill Alexander, district attorney, Dallas County, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 96).
156

1687
FBI report dated January 17, 1964, of investigation into Bank of Dallas safety deposit box records at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 97).
157

1688
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 21, 1963, into Jack Ruby’s interest in transporting jeeps to Cuba (CD 441, pp. 23-24).
157-158

1689
FBI report of investigation into Jack Ruby’s interest in transporting jeeps to Cuba, and of Interviews dated January 28, 1964, of Robert Ray McKeown at Houston, Tex., and of A. J. Ayo at La. Porte, Tex. (CD 441, pp. 25-30).
158-161

1690
FBI report dated March 26, 1964, at Washington, D.C., of investigation concerning Lewis Joseph McWillie (CD 686b, pp. 1-2).
161-162

1691
FBI report dated March 23, 1961, of interview of Lewis McWillie at Miami, Fla. (CD 686c).
162

1692
Extract of information in Social Security Administration files concerning Lewis J. MeWillie (CD 700f, pp. 1-7).
163-166

1693
FBI report of investigation by Dallas Police Department into Jack Ruby’s gambling activities (CD 732d, pp. 1-2).
166-167

1694
FBI report dated April 1, 1964, of interview of Prentis I. Vaughn at Washington, D.C. (CD 856, p. 41).
167

1695
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Millard M. Pannill at Dallas, Tex. (CD 951b, pp. 1-2).
168

1696
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Joe Bonds, at Huntsville, Ala.; and Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, concerning Joe Bonds (CD 4, p. 486 and CD 87, SS control No. 540, p. 1).
169

1697
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of interview of Lewis J. McWillie at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 1151b, pp. 1-5).
170-172

1698
Extract of information in Social Security Administration files concerning Eileen Rubenstein Kaminsky (CD 700e, pp. 1-6).
173-175

1699
FBI report dated July 17, 1964, of interview of Edward J. Nerad, chief administrative officer, family court of Cook County, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 1348, pp. 33-34).
176

1700
FBI report dated July 20, 1964, of interview of Eva Grant at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1348, pp. 69-70).
177

1701
FBI report dated July 23, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Belle F. Stern at Milwaukee, Wis. (CD 1348, pp. 71-72).
178

1702
FBI report dated April 2, 1964, of interview of Saul Moldofsky at Chicago, Ill. (CD 856, pp. 79-80).
179

1703
FBI report dated April 9, 1964, of interview of Art Wayne at Brentwood, Calif. (CD 914, pp. 16-17).
180

1704
Memorandum dated August 5, 1964, from Selective Service System to Commission, concerning military classification I-H (CD 1363).
181

1705
Letter dated March 18, 1964, from Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Director, Selective Service System, to Commission (CD 1362, pp. 1-2).
181

1706
Military records of Jack Ruby (CD 83a).
182-193

1707
Military records of Jack Ruby (CD 83).
193-202

1708
Bureau of Narcotics record of interview dated October 31, 1947, of Jack Ruby and affidavit of Hyman Rubenstein dated October 30, 1947 (CD 101f, 4 pages).
203-204

1709
FBI report, Dallas, Tex., dated July 9, 1964, of investigation into existence of phonographic records and papers concerning Dallas crime investigation (CD 1306, pp. 16-18).
205

1710
Secret Service memorandum dated November 29, 1963, concerning Ruby’s alleged involvement in opium smuggling in Mexico in 1947 (CD 87, p. 194).
206

1711
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Herbert Eden at Sherman Oaks, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 177-179).
206-207

1712
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Abe L. Weinstein at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 579).
207

1713
Jack Ruby’s Income tax return for 1962 (CD 299-a)
208-213

1714
Jack Ruby’s income tax return for 1961 (CD 89a).
214-219

1715
Jack Ruby’s income tax return for 1960 (CD 89a)
220-231

1716
Jack Ruby’s income tax return for 1969 (CD 367)
232-248

1717
Jack Ruby’s income tax return for 1958 (CD 89a).
249-253

1718
Jack Ruby’s Income tax return for 1957 (CD 89a).
254-261

1719
Jack Ruby’s income tax return for 1956 (CD 89a).
262-269

1720
Internal Revenue Service TDA history sheet of conferences between Jack Ruby and members of the Internal Revenue Service staff between July 29, 1958, and December 9, 1963.
270-307

1721
Internal Revenue Service status reports of Jack Ruby’s tax accounts from June 30, 1960, to September 23, 1963.
308-315

1722
Payment agreements between Jack Ruby and Internal Revenue Service executed July 13, 1960, August 1960, June 30, 1961, and April 22, 1963.
316-319

1723
Payment agreement between Jack Ruby and Internal Revenue Service executed August 28, 1958, and record of payments.
320

1724
Payment agreement between Jack Ruby and Internal Revenue Service executed September 9, 1960, and record of payments.
321

1725
Internal Revenue Service record of payments by Jack Ruby of 81,278.01 penalty.
322

1726
Internal Revenue Service record of payments by Jack Ruby of 1959 Income tax.
323

1727
Internal Revenue Service memorandum dated March 13, 1962, relating to offer in compromise submitted by Jack Ruby.
324-330

1728
Internal Revenue Service memorandum dated November 26, 1963, attaching sensitive case reports on Jack Ruby dated November 27, 1903, and December 6, 1963.
331-333

1729
Internal Revenue Service notice of levy against Jack Ruby dated November 26, 1963, in the amount of $44,413.86, sent to Sheriff Decker, Dallas County, Tex.
334

1730
Internal Revenue Service notice of levy against Jack Ruby dated November 26, 1963, In the amount of $44,413.86, sent to Chief Curry, city of Dallas, Dallas, Tex.
334

1731
Internal Revenue Service notice of levy against Jack Ruby dated December 9, 1963, In the amount of $44,413.86, sent to Chief Curry, city of Dallas, Dallas, Tex.
335

1732
Internal Revenue Service notice of Federal tax lien filed January 11, 1960, against Jack Ruby.
336-337

1733
Internal Revenue Service notice of Federal tax lien filed July 28, 1960, against Jack Ruby.
338-339

1734
Internal Revenue Service memorandum dated December 9, 1963, from Robert W. Klein, special agent, to Harlis Jackson, revenue officer, noting receipt of money belonging to Jack Ruby received from Dallas Police Department and attaching records of attachment by Internal Revenue Service of money found in Jack Ruby’s possession on November 24, 1903.
340-342

1735
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Alfred David- son, Jr., at North Hollywood, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 381-382).
343

1736
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Detective Joseph Cody, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 68-69).
344

1737
FBI report dated December 4,1903, of Interview of Mrs. Marilyn Patricia Joyce at East Lansing, Mich. (CD 86, pp. 393-394).
345

1738
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Samuel Schwartz at Longport, N.J. (CD 106, pp. 79-82).
346-347

1739
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Joe Howard Linthicum at Texas State Prison, Huntsville, Tex. (CD 84, p. 138).
348

1740
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Robert McEwan at Newport, Ky. (CD 86, pp. 325-326).
348-349

1741
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Bryce G. Brady II, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 286-288).
349-350

1742
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Norman Smith at Swansea, Mass. (CD 86, pp. 245-246).
351

1743
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Prank H. Fisher at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 155).
352

1744
FBI report dated December 20, 1963 of interview of Joey Gerard d at St. Louis, Mo. (CD 223, pp. 171-173).
352-353

1745
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview Dc Angelo at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 84, p. 79).
354

1746
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Walter C. Clewis at Mobile, Ala. (CD 84, pp. 67-08).
354-355

1747
FBI report dated December 31, 1963, of interview of Leo Ukie Sherin at Indlo, Calif. (CD 302, pp. 53-54).
355-356

1748
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Joe Campisi at Dallas, Tax. (CD 4, pp. 574-575)
356-357

1749
FBI report dated December 4, 1963 of interview of Patrolman John Wayne Barnett, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 209-210)
357-358

1750
FBI report dated December 7, 1963 of interview of William B. Abadie at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 270-282)
359-360

1751
FBI report dated December 7, 1963 of interview of William J. Harris at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 166-167).
361

1752
FBI report dated December 3, 1963 of interview of Robert Donald Lawrence at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 86, p. 198).
362

1753
Secret Service report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Harry Hall at Terminal Island Federal Reformatory, Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 87, p. 454).
362-363

1754
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of investigation of Isadore Max Miller (CD 1102d).
364

1755
FBI report of interviews conducted on January 22, 1964, of Isadore Miller and Sam Hicks, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 51).
364

1756
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of James C. Barragan in Dallas, Tex. (CD 102, p. 23).
365

1757
FBI report dated December 3,1963, of interview of Gladwin Hill at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 85, pp. 416-418).
365-366

1758
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of telephonic interview of Dean M. Jennings at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 198-199).
367

1759
Letter to Commission dated August 18, 1964, from James A. Donneil, vice president, Bank of Dallas, Dallas, Tex., re savings account maintained by Eva L. Grant and/or Jack L. Ruby (CD 1419).
368

1760
FBI report of survey in March 1962 of burlesque houses located in downtown Dallas, Tex. (CD 732a).
368

1761
FBI report of interview conducted on March 18, 1956, of Eileen Curry (CD 732c).
369

1762
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of interview of Eileen Curry at Chicago, Ill. (CD 1193, pp. 10-14).
370-372

1763
FBI report dated December 26, 1963, of interview of Jack Hardee, Jr., at Mobile, Ala. (CD 223, pp. 65-67).
373

1764
FBI report of interview conducted on August 11, 1953, of Vincent Lee at Dallas, Tex. (CD 732h).
374

1765
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Joseph Glaser at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 310-311).
374-375

1766
FBI report dated April 18, 1964, of interview of Jack Marcus at Chicago, Ill. (CD 914, pp. 2-3).
375-376

1767
FBI report dated April 16, 1964, of interview of Jay Bishov at Chicago, Ill. (CD 914, p. 4).
376

1768
FBI report dated April i6, 1964, of interview of Sherwin Braun at Chicago, Ill. (CD 914, p. 5).
377

1769
FBI report of check made on April 14, 1964, of records of Immigration and Naturalization Service in Chicago, Ill. (CD 914, p. 6).
377

1770
FBI report dated April 16, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Manuel Quevedo at Miami, Fla. (CD 914, p. 7).
378

1771
FBI report dated April 16, 1964, of interview of Louis Pollack at Miami Beach, Fla. (CD 914, p. 5).
378

1772
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of Interview of Jack Marcus at Evanston, Ill., and FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Phyllis F. Ruby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 434-437).
379-380

1773
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Sherwin Jack Braun at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 651).
381

1774
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of Interview of Jay Bishov at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 652).
381

1775
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 25, 1963, of State Department records concerning Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 4, p. 653).
382

1776
Immigrant visa and alien registration issued on May 24, 1962, for Marina Oswald (INS, p. 15).
382

1777
Copy of letter dated May 9, 1962, from Robert H. Robinson, Immigration and Naturalization Service, to Michael Cieplinaki, State Department, concerning Marina Oswald (INS, p. 37).
383

1778
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at the Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 104-105).
383-384

1779
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at the Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 106).
384

1780
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Arlington, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 107-109).
385-386

1781
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of Interview of Maria Oswald at the Inn of the Six Flags, Dallas, Tex. (CD 75, pp. 545-551).
386-389

1782
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of Interview of Marina Oswald at the Inn of the Six Flags, Dallas, Tex. (CD 75, pp. 568-569)
389-390

1783
Secret Service memorandum dated November 25, 1963, from Special Agent William H. Patterson re Interview of Marina Oswald (CD 87, p. 82).
390

1784
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of Interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 6, pp. 282-284).
391-392

1785
Secret Service report dated December 5, 1963, on questioning of Marina Oswald about note Oswald wrote before he attempted to kill General Walker and about other matters (CD 79, 55 control No. 536, three pages).
392-394

1786
Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, on statement obtained from Marina Oswald concerning the note Oswald wrote before his attempt on General Walker’s life (with translation of the statement into English) (CD 79, 55 control No. 322, seven pages).
394-397

1787
Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, on questioning of Marina Oswald concerning her life with Oswald (CD 79, 88 control No. 416, four pages).
398-399

1788
FBI report setting forth circumstances surrounding publication In Life magazine and other publications of photograph of Oswald holding rifle, etc. (CD 735, pp. 97-100).
400-401

1789
Secret Service report dated December 11, 1963, on questioning of Marina Oswald for additional information concerning Walker incident and whereabouts of Oswald during month of October 1962 (CD 79, 85 control No. 632, two pages).
402

1790
Secret Service report dated December 9, 1963, on questioning of Marina Oswald concerning her husband’s means of transportation and other matters (CD 79, SS control No. 554, three pages).
403-404

1791
Secret Service report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald conducted on November 27, 1963 (CD 79, 55 control No. 562, two pages).
404-405

1792
Secret Service report dated November 29, 1963, concerning tape recorded Interview of Marina Oswald conducted on November 26, 1963, translated by Peter Paul Gregory, and Interview with Marina Oswald witnessed only by Peter Gregory (CD 79, 85 control No. 319, nine pages).
405-409

1793
Secret Service report dated November 30, 1963, of Interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, 55 control No. 204, 2 pages).
410

1794
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 64-68a).
411-413

1795
FBI report dated February 20, 1964, of investigation concerning possible visit by Richard Nixon to Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, pp. 279- 284).
414-416

1796
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald in elevator facing side.
417

1797
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald in elevator facing front.
417

1798
Secret Service report dated December 2, 1963, of interviews of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex., and of Marguerite Oswald at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 87, 88 control No. 339, two pages).
418

1799
Memorandum entitled "Assistance rendered by the Postal Inspection Service in investigation of President Kennedy’s assassination" (CD 296, pp. 1-5).
419-421

1800
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald on bridge in Minsk (FBI item B3-28).
421

1801
FBI report dated January 7,1964, of interview of Marguerite Oswald at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 329, p. 171).
422

1802
FBI report of investigation into name and telephone number found among property in Jack Ruby’s automobile (CD 223, p. 287).
422

1803
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from J. Edgar Hoover, Director, FBI, to the Commission, concerning statements by Revilo P. Oliver with attachments (36 pages).
423-441

1804
Secret Service report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Marguerite Oswald concerning schools Oswald attended in New York (CD 87, 88 control No. 615, two pages).
442

1805
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Marguerite Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 113-115).
443-444

1806
Secret Service report dated April 30, 1964, of telephonic interview of Marguerite Oswald (CD 900, 55 control No. 1468, two pages).
444-445

1807
FBI report dated April 6, 1964, of interview of Edwin Grewe, resident director, Bethlehem Children’s Home at New Orleans, La. (CD 889, pp. 20-34).
445-452

1808
"My Son Did Not Assassinate Kennedy," article translated from French from "le Nouveau Candide" No. 153, week of April 2 to April 9, 1964 (CD 878).
453-458

1809
FBI report of Investigation conducted from October 18, 1963, to November 5, 1963, in Fort Worth, Irving, and Dallas, Tex. (CD 75, pp. 137-138).
458-459

1810
Secret Service report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of George Senator at Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, 88 control No. 590, four pages).
459-461

1811
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of William Milton Burley III at Denver, Cob. (CD 133, pp. 4-15).
461-467

1812
FBI report dated July 4, 1964, of interview of Richard Lee Houston at Parris Island, S.C. (CD 1306, pp. 93-95).
467-468

1813
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Norman Siegel at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 692-695).
469-470

1814
FBI report of interview conducted on December 3, 1963, of Richard K. Marks at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 701)
471

1815
FBI report dated r5, 1963, of interview of Henry Schmidt at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 710-714).
471-473

1816
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Stanley F. Kaufman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 683-884).
474

1817
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 365)
475

1818
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas,, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 353-354).
475-476

1819
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 206, pp. 190-191).
476-477

1820
FBI report dated January 16, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas,Tex. (CD 329, pp. 225-229).
478-479

1821
FBI report dated January 17, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas,Tex. (CD 329, pp. 230-234).
480-482

1822
FBI report dated January 18, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas,Tex. (CD 329, pp. 235-236).
482-483

1823
FBI report dated January 22, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas,Tex. (CD 385, pp. 286-287)
483-484

1824
FBI report dated January 31, 1964, of Interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 291).
484

1824-A
FBI report dated February 1, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, pp. 292-312).
484-495

1825
FBI report dated February 3, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 315).
495

1826
FBI report dated March 26, 1964r from Cincinnati, Ohio, re telephone interview with Marguerite Oswald conducted by radio station WHIG, Dayton, Ohio, March 19, 1964.
496-497

1827
KRLD-TV reel 55, November 25, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With Police Chief Curry."
498

1828
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 2, 1963, at New Orleans, La., concerning "Dr. A. J. Hideel" (CD 6, p. 200).
498

1829
499 CBS-TV reel of interview with Dial Ryder, Irving Gunsmith Shop, held in Dallas, Tex.
499

1830
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, at Boston, Mass., re Ruth Hyde Paine and Michael Ralph Paine (CD 266).
500-503

1831
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, at Dallas, Tex:, re Ruth Hyde Paine (CD 208).
503-510

1832
FBI report dated February 25, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 75, p. 79).
511

1833
FBI report dated February 25, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald (CD 430, pp. 1-3).
511-512

1834
FBI report dated July 3, 1964, of interview of L. S. Brotherton at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1306, pp. 96-97). 1835
513

1835
Secret Service report dated May 15, 1964, of interview of Robert A. Surrey at Dallas, Tex. (CD 969, SS control No. 1514, pp. 1-2).
514

1836
Secret Service report dated May 14, 1964, of Interviews with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klause at Dallas, Tex. (CD 937a, 88 control No. 1505).
515-516

1837
Secret Service report dated June 3, 1964, of telephone interview of Robert Klause at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1047, 88 control No. 1564.
516-517

1838
FBI report dated March 3, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 735, pp. 473-474).
517-518

1839
FBI report dated March13, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, pp. 485-486).
518-519

1840
FBI report dated March 13, 1964, of telephonic interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 487).
519

1841
520 FBI report dated March 14, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 488).
520

1842
FBI report dated March 31, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 897, p. 501).
520

1843
FBI report dated April 3, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 897, p. 502)
521

1844
FBI report dated April 6, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at 6, Richardson, Tex. (CD 897, p. 503).
521

1845
FBI report dated April 29, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 1068, p. 591).
522

1846
FBI report of interview of Ruth Paine; of Marina Oswald conducted on May 4, 1964, at Richardson, Tex.; and of Robert Oswald conducted on May 5, 1964, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 938b, pp. 10-14)
522-524

1847
FBI report dated May 5, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 592-695).
525-526

1848
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 596-598).
527

1849
FBI report dated June 9, 1964,oi interview of Marina Oswald at Richardson, Tex. (CD 1056).
528

1850
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for October 12-31, 1962, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
529-535

1851
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for November 1-30,. 1962, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
536-549

1852
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for December 1-31, 1962, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
550-564

1853
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for January 2-31, 1963, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
565-581

1854
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for February 1-28, 1963, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
582-598

1855
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for March 1-30, 1963, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
599-620

1856
Lee Harvey Oswald’s daily timesheets for April 1-8, 1963, when he was employed by Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Inc.
621-625

1857
FBI report dated January 16, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Max E. Clark at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 329, pp. 212-213)
626

1858
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Tatiana Biggers at Houston, Tex. (CD 191, pp. 12-13)
627

1859
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Thomas (Natalie) Ray at Blossom, Tex. (CD 206, pp. 159-163).
628-630

1860
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Charles Edward Harris, Jr., at Georgetown, Tex. (CD 172, pp. 29-30).
630-631

1861
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of Interview of Mrs. Charles Edward Harris, Jr., at Georgetown, Tex. (CD 172, pp. 31-33).
631-632

1862
FBI report dated May 6, 1964, of Interview of Miss Yaeko Okui at Dallas, Tex. (CD 932).
633-635

1863
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Michio Kushi at New York, N.Y. (CD 980a).
635-636

1864
FBI report dated May 21, 1964, of interview of Gerardo Weinstein at Dallas, Tex. (CD 980b).
636-639

1865
Dallas Police Department report dated February 17, 1964, of interview of Lev Aronson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 950).
639

1866
FBI report dated May 5, 1964, of interview of Miss Yacko Okui at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 570-573).
640-641

1867
FBI report dated May 19, 1964. of interview of Gerardo Weinstein at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 574-575).
642

1868
FBI report dated May 19, 1964, of interview of George Peruts at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 576-577).
643

1869
FBI report dated May 19, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Sidney Peruts at. Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 578-579).
644

1870
FBI report dated May 20, 1964, of interview of Michio Kushi at New York, N.Y. (CD 1066, pp. 580-581).
645

1871
Secret Service report dated July 22, 1964, concerning locations of two other job opportunities of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1303, 85 control No. 1702).
646-647

1872
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Eva L. Grant at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 164-170).
648-650

1873
Letter dated February 6, 1964, to attorney general of Texas from Dallas chief of police enclosing Fort Worth public schools cumulative record of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 373).
651-653

1873-A
Letter dated February 4, 1964, to Texas attorney general from Fort Worth police chief enclosing public school records of Lee Harvey Oswald and Fort Worth Police Department information sheets, January 24 and February 3, 1964 (CD 373).
654-655

1873-B
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in the first grade (CD 373).
655-656

1873-C
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in the second grade (CD 373).
656-657

1873-D
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald In the third grade (DC 373).
657-658

1873-E
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in the fourth grade
658-661

1873-F
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in the fifth grade (CD 373).
662-664

1873-G
Information regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in the sixth grade (CD 373).
665-667

1873-H
Lee Harvey Oswald’s certificate of high school credits and transfer from Warren Easton High School of New Orleans, La., to Arlington Heights Senior High School, Fort Worth, Tex (CD 373).
668-669

1873-I
Copy of Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for registration dated September 6, 1956, Fort Worth public schools (CD 373).
670

1873-J
Copy of Lee Harvey Oswald’s classification card dated August 30, 1956, Fort Worth public schools, high school department (CD 373).
671

1873-K
Copy of Lee Harvey Oswald’s permanent high school record, Fort Worth public high schools, Arlington Heights High School, Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 373).
672-673

1873-L
Copy of Lee Harvey Oswald’s cumulative record, Fort Worth public schools, and list of schools Lee Harvey Oswald attended in the Fort Worth Public School District (CD 373).
674-675

1873-M
Information sheet dated January 24, 1964, by Fort Worth Police Department re files on Lee Harvey Oswald in their records bureau (CD 373).
675

1873-N
Copy of registration card of Lee Harvey Oswald, Dallas Independent School District, Public Evening School, dated January 28, 1963 (CD 373).
676

1873-0
Information sheet dated February 3, 1964, by Fort Worth Police Department on divorce of Mrs. Marguerite Oswald from Edwin Ekdahl.
677

1874
FBI report dated April 3, 1964, of investigation concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s possible attendance at a day nursery in Dallas, Tex., during school year 1944-45 (CD 861).
677-680

1875
FBI report dated May 1, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Ruth Paine at Irving, Tex (CD 1066, pp. 185-186).
681

1876
FBI report dated May 19, 1904, of observations of area and vicinity surrounding Gen. Edwin A. Walker’s home at 4011 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1060, pp. 258-250).
682

1877
FBI report dated May 20, 1964, of interview of Ben B. Pasamore at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 26 1-262). 23/4
683

1878
FBI report dated April 22, 1964, of interview of Joseph P. Grinnan at Dallas, Tex (CD 1060, pp. 298-299).
684

1879
FBI report dated April 22, i964, of telephone conversation with Joseph P. Grinnan at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 300).
685

1880
FBI report dated April 23, 1964, of telephone conversation with Joseph P. Grinnan at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1068, p. 301).
685

1881
FBI report dated April 24, i964, regarding telephone call to Joseph P. Grinnan at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 302).
686

1882
FBI report dated April 24, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., on report of Joseph P. Grinnan re full page ad in Dallas Morning News (CD 879, pp. 1-4)
686-688

1883
FBI report dated Ma 15, 1964, of interview of Robert "Bum" Bright at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 305-306).
688-689

1884
FBI report dated May 15, 1964, of interview of Edgar R. Crissey at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 307-398).
689-690

1885
FBI report dated May 15, 1964, of interview of Nelson Bunker Hunt at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 309-310).
690-691

1886
FBI report dated March 24, 1964, of interview of S. L. Malone at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 459-460).
691-692

1887
FBI report dated March 24, 1964, .of interview of O. V. Campbell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 461).
692

1888
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Peter Paul Gregory at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 547).
693

1889
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Max Clark at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 548).
693

1890
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Alias Nixon at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 549).
694

1891
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of Mrs. Virginia Hale, Texas Employment Commission, at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 550).
694

1892
FBI report dated May 14, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Annie Laurie Smith, Texas Employment Commission, at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 551-552).
695

1893
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Lynn Cobena at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 27).
696

1894
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of William I. Monaghan at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 30-32).
696-697

1895
Letter from FBI to Commission dated June 18, 1964, concerning Texas Employment Commission records of Lee Harvey Oswald, enclosing work order reflecting that Oswald was sent to Louv-R-Pak Division of Leslie Welding Co., Fort Worth, to make application for a job (CD 1310; enclosure FBI No. D-227).
698-699

1896
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of William I. Monaghan, at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 34-38).
700-701

1897
FBI report dated November23, 1963, of interview of Charles Joseph LeBlanc, at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 41-42).
701-702

1898
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Arturo Mendes Rodriguez at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 43-44).
702-703

1899
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of John C. Clark at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 45-46).
703-704

1900
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Miss Rose Schambra at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 47). 705
704

1901
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Charles Joseph LeBlanc at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 48).
705

1902
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Roy Richardson at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 52).
705

1903
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Robert Hedrick at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 53).
706

1904
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Teddy Guichard at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p.54).
706

1905
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of S. K. Manson at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 55-56).
707

1906
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of review of New Orleans Street Directory re 640 Rampart Street address (CD 75, p. 57).
708

1907
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of Interview of Mrs. G. M. Watson at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 58).
708

1908
FBI report dated November 27, 1963; of interview of George Reppel at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 59).
709

1909
FBI report of investigation conducted at Michoud and New Orleans, La., on November 29-30, 1963, concerning report that Oswald made application for work at Michoud and went to work there (CD 75, p. 60).
709

1910
FBI report of investigations conducted on November 29, 1963, at New Orleans, La., concerning Oswald’s employment there (CD 75, pp. 61-62). Page
710

1911
FBI report of investigation conducted on November 29-30, 1963, principally at New Orleans, La., regarding Oswald’s employment there (CD 75, pp. 63-67).
711-713

1912
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Philip A. Blappert at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 74).
713

1913
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Fred Madden at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 75).
714

1914
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Fred Olsen at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 76).
714

1915
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Eric Rogers at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 123).
715

1916
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Norman Oswald at Metairie, La. (CD 75, p. 140).
716

1917
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of William Stout Oswald, Jr., at Metairie, La. (CD 75, p. 147).
716

1918
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Lowell Oswald at Metairie, La. (CD 75, p. 148.)
717

1919
FBI report dated November 24, , interview of Mrs. Hazel Oswald at Metairie, La. (CD 75, pp. 149-150)
717-718

1920
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murret at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 151)
718

1921
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Arthur A. P. Bane at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 152).
719

1922
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Miss Adele Oswald at New Orleans, La. (CD 75 p. 153).
719

1923
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Tony Bevinetto at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 154).
720

1924
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. William Brown at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 155).
720

1925
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Adele F. Oswald at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 156).
721

1926
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Edmond C. Carter at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 157).
721

1927
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. James Coker at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 158).
722

1928
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Robert Lawrence Heller at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 188).
722

1929
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Ruth Kloepfer at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 189-194).
723-725

1930
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Rev. Albert D’Orlando at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 229).
726

1931
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Dean Andrews at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 230).
726

1932
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Paul Blanehard at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 231).
727

1933
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Adrian Alba at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 264-260).
727-728

1934
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Adrian Alba at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 324).
729

1935
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Ford O’Neal, identification bureau, Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol at Gulf- port, Miss. (CD 75, p. 324).
729

1936
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Julian Evans at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 327-330).
730-731

1937
KRLD reel 23 "B" item 1, November 23, 1963, concerning reports by Dan Rather regarding Jose Rodriguez Molina and Mr. Abt.
732

1938
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Dr. Cuthbert J. Brown at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 334).
733

1939
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Joseph Collara, at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 335).
734

1940
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Alfred A. Claude, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 336-337).
734-735

1941
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of John D. Branyon at Michoud, La. (CD 75, pp. 348-349).
735-736

1942
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Lt. Francis L. Martello, New Orleans Police Department at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 364-373).
736-740

1943
Application for employment at Leslie Welding Co. dated July 13, 1962, filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald (part of FBI item D-18).
741

1943-A
Payroll information record and employee’s withholding exemption certificate filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald concerning his employment at Leslie Welding Co. (CD 87, SS control No. 641).
742

1943-B
Termination of employment record at Leslie Welding Co. of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 87, 55 control No. 641).
742

1944
Selective Service System registration card for Lee Harvey Oswald showing date of registration as September 14, 1959; and Armed Forces report of transfer or discharge-October 12, 1959 (FBI item D-18)
743-744

1945
Undated application for employment at Goldrings, New Orleans, La., filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald (FBI item D-68).
745

1946
Application for employment at Cosmos Shipping Co., Inc., filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald and dated August 6 (FBI item D-26).
746

1947
Application for employment at unknown place filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald showing address as 757 French Street, New Orleans, La. (FBI item D-26)
746

1948
Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc. Passenger Immigration Questionnaire-Leaving United States," dated September 16, 1959, filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald (FBI item D-32).
747

1949
Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for employment dated October 15, 1963, employee’s withholding exemption certificate, dated October 16, 1963, and time records from October 16 to November 22, 1963, at Texas School Book Depository, Dallas, Tex. (from FBI items D-90 and D-88)
747-751

1950
Cotton pickin’ application dated October 4, 1963,through JOBCO, Dallas, Tex., filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald (FBI item D-38).
752

1951
Application for employment through A-1 Employment Service, May 6, 1963, filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald; two W-4 employee withholding exemption certificates-one for Marguerite Oswald and one for Lee Harvey Oswald, dated February 5, 1955; and A-1 Employment Service card dated May 6, 1963 (FBI item D-29).
753-755

1952
Dallas Police Department fingerprint check report submitted March 15, 1964, on two curtain rods received from Mrs. Paine.
756

1953
FBI report dated June 10, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., in connection with Attempted killing of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker (CD 1124).
757-772

1953-A
Photo of railroad near General Walker’s house (part of FBI item 70)
773

1953-B
Photograph used in connection with interview of Walter Kirk Coleman reflected at pages 9-13 of CE 1953 (FBI item DL 53-1 (1016)).
773

1953-C
Photograph used in connection with interview of Walter Kirk Coleman reflected at pages 9-13 of CE 1953 (FBI item DL 53-2 (1017)).
774

1953-D
Photograph used in connection with interview of Walter Kirk Coleman reflected at pages 9-13 of CE 1953 (FBI item DL 53-3 (997)).
775

1954
Letter date April 2, 1964, from Ruth Paine to the Commission transmitting letter Ruth Paine wrote to her mother and the envelope used to transmit her letter to her mother (CE 1955 and 1956).
776

1955
Envelope addressed to Mrs. William Hyde, The Quadrangle, Oberlin, Ohio, from Ruth Paine, 2515 West Fifth Street, Irving, Tex., postmarked December 7, 1963.
776

1956
Undated letter from Ruth Paine to her mother transmitted in CE 1955.
777

1957
Letter dated June 15, 1964, from FBI, to the Commission concerning baptismal certificates of June Lee Oswald and Rachel Oswald (CD 1099).
778

1957-A
Baptismal record of June Oswald from the St. Seraphim Eastern Orthodox Church, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1099a).
778

1957-B
Baptismal record of Rachel Oswald from the St. Seraphim Eastern Orthodox Church, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1099b).
779

1958
Judgment decree in the divorce action of Marguerite Claverie Pie, Jr. vs. Edward J. Pic, Jr., signed in open court on June 28, 1933 (CD 1087).
780

1959
Judgment decree in the divorce action of Margaret Keating vs. Robert E. Lee Oswald, signed in open court on January 10, 1933 (CD 1086).
780

1960
Secret Service memorandum dated June 10, 1964, concerning check of Tarrant and Dallas County clerks’ offices for record of a divorce granted to Edwin A. Ekdahl and Rasmine Ekdahl (CD 1074).
781

1960-A
Petition in the divorce proceedings between Edwin A. Ekdahl and Marguerite C. Ekdahl (CD 1074).
782-786

1960-B
Answer to petition in the divorce proceedings between Edwin A. Ekdahl and Marguerite C. Ekdahl (CD 1074).
787-788

1960-C
Judgment in the divorce proceedings between Edwin A. Ekdahl and Marguerite C. Ekdahl, declaring the divorce final on June 24, 1948 (CD 1074).
789-794

1961
Information relating to Lee Harvey Oswald’s service in the Marine Corps furnished to the Commission by the Assistant General Counsel (Manpower), Department of Defense (CD 978, pp. 1-5).
795-797

1962
FBI report dated June 26, 1964, of interview of Allen R. Felde at Milwaukee, Wis. (CD 1229, pp. 3-4).
797-798

1963
FBI report of addresses of Lee Harvey Oswald from the time of his birth (CD 205, pp. 543-553).
798-803

1964
Russian booklet entitled, "Certificate of a Hunter and Fisherman," issued to Oswald on July 18, 1960, with translation (FBI item 113, part of CD 429).
804-815

1965
FBI report dated March 26, 1964, of interview of 0. V. Campbell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 161).
816

1966
FBI report dated March 12, 1964, of interview of Franklin Kaiser at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 170).
816

1967
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Roger Craig at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 69).
817

1968
Arial photograph showing the location of eyewitnesses to the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald in the vicinity of the Tippit killing.
817

1969
U.S. passport of Lee Harvey Oswald issued on June 25, 1963 (12 pages).
818-823

1970
FBI reports dated July 17 and August 19, 1964, of interviews of O. V. Campbell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1426, pp. 35-38c)
824-827

1971
"Book of Useful Advice," in Russian (CD 572)
827-830

1972
FBI report dated June 1,1964, at Dallas, Tex., of review of Dallas newspapers concerning any visit or proposed visit of former Vice President Richard M. Nixon (CD 1018b).
830-831

1973
FBI report of interview conducted on February 28, 1964, of the Honorable Richard M. Nixon at New York, N.Y. (CD 886, pp. 3-4).
831

1974
FBI report dated August 11 1964 at Dallas, Tex, of transcripts of Dallas police radio transmissions covering period of November 22-24,1963 (CD 1420).
832-940

1975
Letter from FBI to Commission dated June 29, 1964, with enclosures, relating to newspaper coverage of proposed Dallas visit of Richard M. Nixon (CD 1189).
940-943

VOLUME XXIV

Exibit No.
Description
Page

1976
FBI report of interview conducted on May 15, 1964, of Sgt. Calvin B. Owens, Dallas Police Department, re Patrolman J. D. Tippit.
1

1977
FBI memorandum dated March 17, 1964, concerning identification of rifle owned by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 682).
2-3

1978
Deposition of Amos Lee Euins dated November 22, 1963, at sheriff’s department, county of Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, p. 235).
4

1979
Secret Service memorandum dated June 17, 1964, re Dallas bus routes (CD 1129).
4-6

1980
FBI report dated June 16, 1964, re fingerprints taken of employees at Texas School Book Depository (CD 1136).
7

1981
Autopsy report dated November 24, 1963, at Dallas, Tex., on Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 305).
7-11

1982
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, re post-assassination liaison between FBI and Dallas police in Dallas, Tex. (CD.4, pp. 29-30).
11-12

1983
FBI report dated March 14, 1964, of interviews of David and Barbara Houghton, at. Boulder, Cob. (CD 522).
12-15

1984
FBI report of interview of Mary Bledsoe (CD 5, p. 343).
16

1985
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Mary Bledsoe at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 340).
16

1986
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, concerning items in possession of Lee Harvey Oswald when apprehended (CD 5, pp. 140-141).
17

1987
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, re distances allegedly covered by Oswald after assassination (CD 5, p. 123).
18

1988
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald by Capt. J. W. Fritz of Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 99-102).
18-20

1989
FBI report listing items in possession of Lee Harvey Oswald when apprehended (CD 5, p. 94).
20

1990
FBI report describing dress and contents of wallet of Lee Harvey Oswald when apprehended (CD 5, pp. 93-95).
21-22

1991
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 92).
22

1992
FBI report of interview of Roger Craig at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 72).
23

1993
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Roger Craig at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 71).
23

1994
FBI report dated March 21, 1964, of surveillance of Marina Oswald for the period February 24 to March 9, 1964 (CD 806).
24-28

1995
Copy of memorandum dated July 25, 1952, from Dallas, Tex., chief of police to deputy chief concerning employment of J. D. Tippit (CD 1002c).
28

1996
FBI report dated July 24, 1964, of examination of telephone records in connection with the obtaining of an armored truck by the Dallas police and driving time to Dallas Police Department (CD 1336).
29-31

1997
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, at Oklahoma City, Okla., of investigation concerning William McEwan Duff (CD 1355).
32-33

1998
FBI report of interview conducted on January 9,1964, of Arthur Stevens at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 10).
34

1999
Affidavits of Arthur E. Eaves dated August 14, 1964, and Buel T. Beddingfield dated August 17, 1964, executed at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1444, pp. 18-19).
34-35

2000
Certificate of marriage dated July 20, 1933, at New Orleans, La., of Robert Edward Lee Oswald and Marguerite Frances Claverie.
35

2001
Dallas Police Department file on the attempted killing of Gen. Edwin A. Walker (CD 81.lb).
36-48

2002
Dallas Police Department file on investigation of operational security involving the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald, November 24, 1963 (CD 81a, all pages).
48-194

2003
Dallas Police Department file on investigation of the assassination of the President (CD 81b, all pages).
195-404

2004
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of David A. Timmons at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 4, p. 138).
405

2005
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of John H. Tankersley at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 4, p. 139).
405

2006
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Howard Leslie Brennan at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, pp. 7-8).
406

2007
FBI report listing various documents belonging to Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 206, p. 359).
407

2008
FBI report dated December 2,1963, of interview of Mrs. Linnie Mae Randle at Irving, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 298-299).
407-408

2009
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Buell Wesley Frazier at Irving, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 294-297). 410-4
408-410

2010
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Carl Lindsey Thompson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 288-289).
410-411

2011
FBI report dated July 7, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., re tracing of various items of physical evidence (CD 1258).
411-428

2012
FBI reports dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Dr. Francis T. Flood and November 25, 1963, of interview of Dr. Charles A. Stern, both at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 458-459).
428-429

2013
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of telephone call from un- known person to Dallas office of FBI at 2:30 a.m. on November 24, 1963, threatening to kill Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 4, p. 146).
429

2014
FBI report of investigation conducted on January 24 and January 29, 1964 at New Orleans, La., concerning the name George Hidell (CD 4, p. 14).
430

2015
FBI report of interview conducted December 13, 1963, of Rosaleen Quinn at New York, N.Y. (CD 187, p. 8).
430

2016
Report of Navy Discharge Review Board dated July 10, 1963, re review of discharge of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, file No. II, pp. 12-14).
431-432

2017
Secret Service report dated July 28, 1964, concerning bus stops near 1026 Beckley Avenue, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1339, 55 control No. 1719).
432-433

2018
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of telephone call from FBI Dallas office to Dallas Sheriff’s office on November 29, 1963, advising of threat to kill Oswald (CD 4, p. 147).
434

2019
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of telephone records of a call made on November 24, 1963, from residence of Bruce Ray Carlin, Fort Worth Tex. (CD 86, p. 509).
434

2020
Western Union receipt dated November 24, 1963, for $25 received – from Jack Ruby, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1148, pp. 404-404a).
435

2021
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of telephone conversation with Dallas Police Chief Jesse E. Curry concerning threat to kill Oswald (CD 4, p. 150).
436

2022
FBI report dated June 10, 1964, of observation by FBI agents over closed circuit television of shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1193, pp. 130-131).
436-437

2023
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Bobby G. Brown, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tax. (CD 5, p. 143).
437

2024
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of C. J. Price, administrator, Parkland Memorial Hospital, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 410).
438

2025
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of conversation between Attorney Tom Howard and Capt. J. W. Fritz of Dallas Police Department concerning Jack Ruby (CD 85, pp. 21-22).
438-439

2026
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, concerning distances in vicinity of point where Oswald was shot (CD 85, pp. 23-24).
439

2027
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Detective Daniel C. Brantley of Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 37-38).
440-441

2028
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Detective James K. Ramsey, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 207).
441

2029
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Detective H. Baron Reynolds, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 212).
442

2030
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Patrolman Gerald K. Springer, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 220-221.)
442-443

2031
FBI report dated December 4,1963, of interview of Detective Ivan R. Stephens, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 224).
443

2032
FBI report dated December 4,1963, of interview of Donald T. Suits, Dallas reserve policeman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 226).
444

2033
Letter dated December 17, 1963, from Mark Lane to Chief Justice Earl Warren; letter dated December 30, 1963, from the Commission to Mark Lane; letter dated January 23, 1964, from the Commission to Mark Lane.
444-445

2034
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of George Thomas Chabot at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 272-273).
446

2035
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Harry T. Tasker at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 287).
447

2036
FBI report dated July 20, 1964, of interview of Joseph Rodriguez Molina at Dallas, Tax. (CD 1426, pp. 12-18).
447-454

2037
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Steven L. Alexander at Shreveport, La., (CD 85, pp. 368-370).
451-452

2038
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Gene Barnes at Van Nuys, Calif. (CD 85, pp. 373-375).
453-454

2039
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Isadore Bleckman at Chicago, Ill. (CD 85, pp. 390-392).
454-455

2040
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Gene Coffey at Burbank, Calif. (CD 85, p. 397). 454
456

2041
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Joe Cumming at Atlanta, Ga. (CD 85, p. 398).
456

2042
FBI report dated December 6,1963, of interview of James R. Davidson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 399-4O1).
457-458

2043
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Curtis Gans. at Dallas, Tax. (CD 85, pp. 410-411).
458-459

2044
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Edmonde Haddad at Hollywood, Calif. (CD 85, p. 412).
459

2045
Letter dated August 4, 1964, from Charles Batchelor, Assistant chief of police, Dallas Police Department, to Commission, concerning location of police car No. 107 on November 22, 1963.
460

2046
FBI report dated March 28, 1964, of interview of Mrs. A. C. Johnson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 705).
460-461

2047
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of William Edward Lord at New York, N.Y. (CD.85, p. 445).
462

2048
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Ted Mann at Burbank, Calif. (CD 85, pp. 446-447).
462-463

2049
FBI report dated August 18, 1964, of interview of Joe Rodriguez Molina at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1426, pp. 18a-18c).
463-464

2050
FBI report dated December 4,1963, of interview of Terrance McGarry at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 453-454).
465

2051
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Oliver Qakes, at Morton Grove, Ill. (CD 85, pp. 463-464).
466

2052
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Jeremiah O’Leary at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 466-470).
467-469

2053
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Jeremiah O’Leary at Washington, D.C. (CD 85, pp. 471-474).
469-471

2054
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Henry Michael Rabun at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 491-492).
471-472

2055
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of William Railey at Houston, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 493-494).
472-473

2056
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Anthony Ripley at Royal Oak, Mich. (CD 85, pp. 497-500).
473-475

2057
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of James N. Standard at Oklahoma City, Okla. (CD 85, p. 521).
475

2058
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of James Robert Thornton at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 523-524).
476

2059
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Maurice Carroll at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 52-55).
477-478

2060
Secret Service report dated November 29, 1963, covering third interview with Oswald and circumstances immediately following his murder (CD 87, SS control No. 177, Exhibit A, pp. 1-4).
479-480

2061
Secret Service reports of interviews with Lee Harvey Oswald on November 23, 1963 (CD 87, 88 control No. 338, four pages).
481-482

2062
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interviews of Paul Sisco, Isadore Bleckman, and Oliver Oakes at Chicago, Ill. (CD 91, pp. 1-10).
483-487

2063
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Harry T. Tasker at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 9).
488

2064
FBI report concerning memorandum furnished by Postal Inspector H. D. Holmes, Dallas, Tex., of an interview he took part in with Lee Harvey Oswald on November 24, 1963 (CD 206, pp. 179-188).
488-492

2065
FBI report dated July 17, 1964, of interview of Roy S. Truly at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1426, pp. 33-34).
492

2066
FBI report dated December 27, 1963, of interview of Gene Miller at Miami, Fla. (CD 223, pp. 39-40).
493-494

2067
"Kennedy’s Car in Dallas is Refitted for Johnson," the New York Times, May 24, 1964, (p. 8, col. 2).
494

2068
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of investigation of approximate driving times over five specified routes in Dallas, Tex. (CD 1130, four pages).
495-496

2069
FBI report dated June 29, 1964, of interview of Harold Fleming at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1221, pp. 1-6).
497-499

2070
FBI report dated June 29, 1964, of interview of Tom Mastin, Jr., at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1221, pp. 7-11).
500-502

2071
FBI report dated June 29, 1964, of time cheek as to possible modes of entry by Jack Ruby into Dallas Police Department (CD 1255, pp. 1-3).
502-503

2072
Letter dated July 16, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning Chief Curry’s arrival at the Dallas Police Department on afternoon of November 22, 1964, statements to press by Dallas police, and other matters (CD 1266, pp. 1-3).
504-505

2073
Letter dated February 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning a slip of paper bearing four telephone numbers found in the pocket of trousers worn by Oswald at time he was shot (CD 1406, pp. 1-3).
505-506

2074
Report of interview conducted on March 23, 1964, of Deputy Chief N. T. Fisher, by member of Commission staff (CD 1407, pp. 1-3).
507-508

2075
Passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald dated June 24, 1963, for passport issued June 25, 1963 (CD 1114, file X, p. 3(3)).
509-510

2076
Secret Service report dated February 3, 1964, of interview of Jack Ruby about 11:20 a.m., November 24, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 354, 85 control No. 1007, pp. 1-4).
510-512

2077
FBI report dated November 29,1963, concerning materials recovered by the Dallas Police Department from Oswald’s roominghouse and the home of Ruth Paine (CD 5, p. 139).
512

2078
Admissions of Jack Leon Ruby in Captain Fritz’ office, November 24, 1963 (CD 81b, pp. 139-140).
513

2079
Page from an FBI report dated November 25, 1963, listing contents of Oswald’s wallet at the time of his arrest (CD 5, p. 141).
514

2080
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, concerning observation of I Jack Ruby from 5:06 p.m., November 24, 1963, to 1:20 a.m., November 25, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 19-20). I
514-515

2081
FBI report dated December 1.1, 1963, of interviews of Elmer Moore, special agent, U.S. Secret Service, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86. pp. 5-9).
515-517

2082
Secret Service report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Jack Ruby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, SS control No. 463, two pages).
518

2083
Letter dated February 28, 1964, from FBI to Commission, re statement of Robert Lee Oswald as to ownership and possession of Imperial reflex camera by Lee Harvey Oswald.
519

2084
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Mary Elizabeth Woodward at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 17-18).
520

2085
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Alvin Hopson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 21-22).
521

2086
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Eric (Carolyn) Walther at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 24-25).
522

2087
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Pearl Springer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 26).
523

2088
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Charles Hester at Irving, Tex. (CD 7, p. 30).
523

2089
FBI. report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Toney (Ruby) Henderson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 35-36).
524

2090
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Jack Franzen at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 37)
525

2091
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of John Arthur Chism at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 38).
525

2092
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Mrs. John C. Ingram at Irving, Tex. (CD 301, p. 122).
526

2093
FBI report of information received at the Houston office on November 26, 1963, concerning statement made by Patrick G. Connor at Corpus Christi, Tex. (CD 301, p. 187).
526

2094
FBI report of interview conducted on November 25, 1963, of Jack Nicholas Payton at Bellaire, Tex. (CD 301, pp. 246-250).
527-529

2095
FBI report of interview conducted on November 23, 1963, of Jaochim Rudolph Roehricht at Anaheim, Calif. (CD 301, pp. 256- 257).
529-530

2096
FBI report of interview conducted on November 23, 1963, of Herman Escar Sheffield at Houston, Tex. (CD 301, p. 277).
530

2097
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Leonard G. Widner at Roanoke, Va. (CD 301, p. 321).
531

2098
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Lillian Mooney- ham at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, pp. 17-18).
531-532

2099
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Robert Reid, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 19).
532

2100
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Rose Clark at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 20).
533

2101
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Jeannette E. Hooker at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 21).
533

2102
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of T. E. Moore at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 25).
534

2103
FBI report dated January 10, 1964, of interview of Cecil Ault at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 20).
534

2104
FBI report dated January 9, 1964, of interview of Steven F. Wilson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, p. 27).
535

2105
FBI report dated January 8, 1964, of interview of John J. Solon, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 329, pp. 35-36).
535-536

2106
FBI report dated January 20, 1964, of interview of Samuel Burton Paternostro at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, pp. 11-12).
536-537

2107
FBI report dated January 20, 1964, of interview of Mrs. W. L. "Jack" Thornton (Ruth Thornton) at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 14).
537

2108
FBI report dated January 28, 1964, of interview of F. Lee Mudd at Shreveport, La. (CD 385, pp. 18-19).
538

2109
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Orville 0. Nix at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 22).
539

2110
FBI report dated January 29, 1964, of interview of Orville 0. Nix at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 23).
539

2111
Secret Service memorandum dated February 13, 1964, with photograph of concrete slab where a bullet was thought to have hit (CD 386, SS control No. 1067).
540

2112
Letter dated May 14, 1964, from Secret Service to Commission, with copy of original notes of Special Agent Glen A. Bennett concerning his recollection of events surrounding assassination (CD 1235, four pages).
541-542

2113
Map of freeway convergence at Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
543

2114
Photographic views of highway markings in the vicinity of the assassination.
544

2115
Plan view of freeway convergence west of Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
545

2116
Aerial view (500 feet altitude) of freeway convergence west of Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
546

2117
Aerial photograph of Triple Underpass.
547

2118
View from north tower of Union Terminal Co., Dallas, Tex.
548

2119
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, re procedures of Mexican Immigration Service and list of persons who entered Mexico at Nuevo Laredo on September 28, 1963 (CD 676, pp. 1-27).
549-562

2120
Letter dated May 28, 1964, from State Department to Commission transmitting memorandum from the Mexican Government concerning Mexican investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald and measures taken by Mexican Government upon receiving news of assassination; with translation (CD 994).
562-569

2121
FBI report dated May 18, 1964, re Lee Harvey Oswald’s visit to Mexico (CD 1084(e), pp. 1-178).
570-659

2122
FBI report dated March 12, 1964, re Lee Harvey Oswald’s bus trip from Mexico City on October 3, 1963 (CD 684, pp. 1-7).
659-662

2123
Letter dated June 23, 1964, from State Department to Commission, transmitting note and enclosures received from Mexican Government; with translation (CD 1154).
663-691

2124
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Ruth Paine regarding day-to-day location of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 5, pp. 381-388).
692-695

2125
FBI report dated February 7, 1964, of interview of Mike Carrier at Waskom, Tex. (CD 735, pp. 475-478).
696-697

2126
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Earl Spencer Anderson at New Orleans, La. (CD 170, pp. 16-11).
698

2127
FBI report dated May 7, 1964, concerning two travel.ing bags believed to have been property of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 938(b), pp. 1-9).
699-703

2128
FBI report dated May 6, 1964, of interviews of Emiio Castillo, Mexican customs Inspector, and Miguel Moreno Ibarra, chief of Mexican customs inspectors, at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico (CD 1160, pp. 15-16).
703-704

2129
FBI report dated April30, 1964, on investigation of persons who departed Mexico at Nuevo Laredo on October 3, 1963, and other matters (CD 1063, pp. 1-20).
704-714

2130
FBI report dated April 9, 1964, of interview of L. H. Yarbrough, at San Antonio, Tex. (CD 1063, p. 41).
714

2131
FBI report dated April 1, 1964, of interview of Jack Burcham, Texas Employment Commission, at Austin, Tex.; FBI report dated April 7, 1964, of interview of Germinal Mesaina, Louisiana Division of Employment Security, at New Orleans, La. (CD 784 a, b, five pages).
715-717

2132
FBI report of investigation conducted at Houston, Tex., of Greyhound busdrivers concerning travel of Lee Harvey Oswald to Mexico (CD 163, pp. 16-15).
717-720

2133
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Harry Miller, manager, Greyhound Bus Lines Depot at Laredo, Tex. (CD 172, p.8).
720

2134
18, 1963, of interview of Elmer E. Bilbray and of telephone Interview of Conrad Roberts at Alexandria, La. (CD 231, pp. 13-16).
721-722

2135
FBI reports dated February 6 and February 12, 1964, of interviews with busdrivers of the Kerrville Bus Co. and ticket agents at Greyhound Bus Terminal (CD 472, pp. 7-12).
723-725

2136
FBI repot dated January 14, 1964, of interviews of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Twiford; of ticket agents, Continental Trailways, at Houston, Tex.; and of Henry Otis Chenyworth at Jasper, Tex. (CD 332, six pages).
726-728

2137
FBI report dated January 6,1964, at San Antonio, Tex., of efforts to locate persons with knowledge of travel by Oswald on or about September 26 and October 3,1963 (CD 388, pp. 1-21).
729-738

2138
FBI report dated February 28, 1964, of interviews with individuals in an effort to locate persons with knowledge of travel by Oswald in October and/or November 1963 (CD 476, pp. 1-15).
728-745

2139
Blueprint of third floor of the Municipal Building, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1062c).
746

2140
Schedule reflecting room occupancy intended at time of preparation of blueprint of third floor of the Municipal Building, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1062d).
747

2141
WFAA-TV reel PKT 30, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Reporters’ Description of Oswald Transfer and Police Department."
748-750

2142
NBC-TV reels 22 and 24, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Chief of Police Curry, District Attorney Wade, Captain Fritz by the Press, Third Floor, Police and Courts Building."
750-753

2143
NBC-TV reel 43, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With Police Chief Jesse Curry, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
753-754

2144
WFAA-TV reel PKT 14, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Police Chief Jesse Curry Talking to Press Concerning Relations between the FBI and Dallas Police Department."
754-759

2145
WFAA-TV reel PKT 21, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Press Inter- view With Police Chief Jesse Curry, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
759-762

2146
WFAA-TV reel PKT 12, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview of Police Chief Jesse Curry by Press, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
762-771

2147
KRLD-TV reel 15, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Press Conference of Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry, Police and Courts Building."
771-779

2148
KRLD-TV reel 66 and reel 28, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Curry Interview on Oswald’s Death."
780

2149
KRLD-TV reel 39, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Press Conference With Chief Jesse Curry, Dallas Police Department." 782-7i
780-781

2150
KRLD-TV reel 44, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Police Chief Jesse Curry on Transfer of Oswald, Police and Courts Building."
782-785

2151
WRR reel 14, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Police Chief Jesse Curry’s Instructions to Newsmen re Oswald’s Appearance in Assembly Room, Dallas City Jail." Page 785
785

2152
WFAA-TV audio reel 2 at 268, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Police Chief Jesse Curry Talking to Reporters, Police and Courts Building."
786-787

2153
WFAA-TV reel PKT 25 and KRLD-TV reel 20, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview of Capt. J. Will Fritz in Dallas Police and Courts Building."
787-788

2154
WFAA-TV reel PKT 17 and KRLD-TV reels 19 and 25, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With Capt. J. Will Fritz in Dallas Police and Courts Building."
788-789

2155
WFAA-TV reel PKT 21, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Capt. J. Will Fritz in Dallas Police and Courts Building."
790-792

2156
WFAA-TV reel PKT 16, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Interrogation of Capt. J Will Fritz by Newsmen, Third Floor Corridor, Dallas Police and Courts Building.
793

2157
KRLD reel 10, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Officer Bentley."
793-795

2158
WFAA-TV reel PKT 30, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Joy Dale by WFAA-TV."
795-798

2159
KRLD-TV reel 13 and NBC-TV reel 35, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Press interview With Sgt. P. T. Dean, Dallas Police Department, Police and Courts Building."
799-803

2160
NBC-TV reel 15, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With Sgt. Gerald Hill, Dallas Police Department."
804-806

2161
WFAA-TV reel PKT 16, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Jada (Janet Adams Conforto) by Paul Good, ABC."
806-807

2162
WFAA-TV reel PKT 14, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Capt. Glen D. King, Dallas Police Department, by Bob Clark, ABC."
807-810

2163
WFAA-TV reel PKT 16, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Interview of Detective James R. Leavelle, Dallas Police Department, by Bill Lord, WFAA-TV."
810-811

2164
WFAA-TV reel PKT 21, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Patrolman M. N. McDonald by Roger Sharp, WFAA-TV, in Dallas."
812

2165
WFAA-TV reel PKT 25, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With Louis Nichols, president of Dallas Bar Association
813-816

2166
KRLD-TV reel 9; NBC-TV reel 17; and KLIF reel 8-item 5, reel 10-item 2, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Oswald’s Appearance in Assembly Room."
817

2167
WFAA-TV reel PKT 12, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview of Deputy Police Chief M. W. Stevenson by Bob Clark, ABC, Dallas."
818-819

2168
WBAP audio reel 12 "A"; NBC-TV reels 23, 35; WFAA-TV reels PKT 27, 16; WFAA-TV reel PKF 1; KRLD-TV reel 17; November 24, 1963, entitled, "Press Conference With District Attorney Henry Wade, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
819-829

2169
KRLD-TV reel 23; NBC-Tv reel 43; KLIF audio reel 8; WRR audio reel 14; WFAA-TV reel PKT 27, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Press Conference of District Attorney Wade in Assembly Room, Dallas Police and Courts Building." –
829-841

2170
KRLD-TV reel 20, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With District Attorney Henry M. Wade, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
842

2171
NBC-TV reel 17, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With District Attorney Henry Wade, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
843

2172
WFAA-TV reel PKT 25, November 23, 1963, entitled, "Interview With District Attorney Henry M. Wade by the Press, Dallas Police and Courts Building."
843-845

2173
WFAA-TV reel PKT 11, November 22, 1963, entitled, "Press Interview With District Attorney Wade, Captain Fritz, and Police Chief Curry in Corridor on Third Floor of Dallas Police Headquarters."
846-847

2174
KRLD audio reels 2 "B" and 3 "A"-item 19, November 22, 1963, entitled, "KRLD News Report."
847

2175
Floor plan of third floor, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex.
848

2176
Extract from inventory of tapes and reels belonging to WFAA, Dallas, pertaining to period of November 22-24, 1963 (CD 962, p. 25).
849

2177
Diagram of jail office and immediate vicinity, basement, Dallas Police Department.
849

2178
"Marked Map Discovered Among Oswald’s Effects," the Dallas Times Herald, Monday, November 25, 1963, page A-31.
850

2179
Diagram of basement, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex.
851

2180
"Dallas Prosecutor Discusses State’s Case Against Oswald," the Washington Poet, Tuesday, November 28, 1963, page A-7.
852

2181
"Oswald Linked With Rifle," the Dallas Times Herald, Sunday, November 24, 1963, page A-3.
853

2182
FBI report dated August 6, 1964, of interviews of Ray Lunday, deputy chief of police; George L. Lumpkin, deputy chief of police; and T. L. Baker, lieutenant, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1400A, pp. 1-4).
854-855

2183
"American Bar Statement ‘Deplores’ Proposals To Televise Ruby Trial"-press release dated Saturday, December 7, 1963 (pp. 1-3)
856-857

2184
"San Francisco Bar Decries News Media in Dallas Case," New York Times, November 28, 1963, page L-23.
857

2185
"Press Should Share Blame in Oswald Death, Says Editor," Baltimore Sun, February 27, 1964.
858

2186
Letter dated August 26, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning Joe R. Molina (CD 1425, pp. 1-2).
858-859

2187
Letter dated August 25, 1964, from Dallas Police Chief 3. E. Curry to Commission, with jail card and prisoners telephone contact form on Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1444, pp. 1-2, 4 and 5).
859-860

2188 A-E
History of Elm Street and formation of the Triple Underpass (CD 1238, 1238 A-E).
861-865

2189
Secret Service report dated December 12, 1963, of investigation covering residences and employments of Lee Harvey Oswald from time he returned from Soviet Union until November 22, 1963 (CD 87, 88 control No. 641, 86 pages).
866-911

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Page

2190
Six photos of postcards, including bullfight, brought back from Mexico by Oswald (FBI item D-64).
1-3

2191
FBI report dated February 20, 1964, at Houston, Tex., of investigation concerning Oswald’s reported travel and movements during period September 25-26, 1963 (CD 640, pp. 1-8).
4-7

2192
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, at New Orleans, La., concerning bus travel from New Orleans to Mexico City, Mexico (CD 183,pp. 1-17).
8-16

2193
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, of investigation into Oswald’s trip to Mexico, containing a translation of a report prepared by a Mexican immigration inspector and an interview of the inspector.(CD 675, pp. 1-7).
16-20

2194
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, at Los Angeles, Calif., of interviews with individuals who rode in bus with Oswald from Monterey, Mexico, to Mexico City, Mexico (CD 306, pp. 1-9).
20-24

2195
FBI report dated March 11, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., of investigation of trip by Lee Harvey Oswald between Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and Mexico City, Mexico, on September 26-27, 1963 (CD 693, pp. 1-6;9-95).
25-74

2196
FBI report dated February 3, 1964, at New Orleans, La., of investigation to locate Albert Alexander Osborne (CD 464, pp. 3-4).
75

2197
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, regarding records of the Conveyance Office, parish of Orleans, La., with respect to real property owned by relatives of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 152, pp. 79-50).
76

2198
FBI reports dated December 6 and 9, 1963, of interviews of Mrs. Alberta Legnon, Mrs. Bessie Villars, Mrs. Bernard Chatelain, and Mrs. F. Carleton La niche at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, pp. 65-67,69).
77-78

2199
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of David Luten-bacher, principal, William Frantz School at New Orleans, La. (CD152, pp. 57-58).
79

2200
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Dr. Bruno F. Mancuso at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, p. 69A).
80

2201
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, regarding records of the New Orleans Retail Credit Bureau at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, pp.63-64).
80-81

2202
FBI reports dated December 9 and 10, 1963, of interviews of Mrs. Clara C. Hessler, Mrs. F. E. Valley, and Mrs. Fred C. Huff at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, pp. 70-72).
81-82

2203
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of Interview of Vernon E. Kappel, principal, George Washington Elementary School at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, pp. 53-54).
83

2204
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Lillian Bouterie at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, p. 77).
84

2205
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 16, 1963, concerning insurance policies held by Marguerite Oswald (CD 205, pp. 588-572).
84-86

2206
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Harry Bodour at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 205, p. 528).
87

2207
FBI report dated December 24, 1963, of interview of Clem H. Sebrt at New Orleans, La. (CD 244, pp. 50-51).
87-88

2208
FBI report dated April 1, 1964, of interview of Rev. A. J. Scherer at New Orleans, La. (CD 899, p. 37).
88

2209
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 16, 1963, to identify boy allegedly seen with Lee Harvey Oswald at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 635-636).
89

2210
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Celso Macario Hernandes at New Orleans, La. (CD 126, p. 45).
90

2211
Secret Service report dated December 13, 1963, setting out background information on Lee Harvey Oswald from birth to return from Russia (CD 87, SS control No. 618, 10 pages).
90-96

2212
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of W. M. Young at Forth Worth, Tex. (CD 205, p. 573).
97

2213
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of investigation at New York, N.Y., concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s subscription to Socialist Workers Party publication and other matters.(CD 176, pp. 1-36).
97-114

2214
View from Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
115

2215
View of Triple Underpass from location on. Elm Street.
116

2216
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Billie Gilmore at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 222).
117

2217
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Mrs. A. Logan Magruder at Covington, La. (CD 6, p. 50). g
117

2218
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Mary Lou Lautenslager, assistant medical records librarian, Harris Hospital at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 6, p. 234).
118

2219
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Mrs. W. H. Bell at Benbrcok, Tex. (CD 205, p. 527).
118

2220
FBI report dated June 4, i964, of interview of Mrs. Clyde I. Livingston at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1245, pp. 241-242).
119

2221
FBI report dated June 5, 1964, of interview of Richard Warren Garrett at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1245, p. 243).
120

2222
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Dorothy Bockhorn at Mamaroneck, N.Y. (CD 198, p. 11).
120

2223
Letter to Commission dated May 22, 1964, from Big Brothers, Inc., New York, N.Y., enclosing file on Lee Harvey Oswald for period December 1953-January 1954 (CD 968).
121-123

2224
Letter to Commission dated May 13, 1964, from Peter Megargee Brown, enclosing photostatic copies of all materials relating to Lee Harvey Oswald in possession or control of the Community Service Society or its counsel (CD 930).
123-126

2225
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Victor J. Connell, attendance officer, School District 22, Bronx, N.Y. (CD198, p. 8).
127

2226
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Arthur Clinton, director of attendance, Board of Education, New York, N.Y. (CD195, pp. 6-7).
127-128

2227
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Gerard F. Tujague at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 4-5).
128-129

2228
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Nick Mazza at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 11).
129

2229
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Paul Anthony Fioreflo at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 17).
130

2230
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Lionel Slater, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 18).
130

2231
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Mildred Sawyer at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 128).
131

2232
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of John Neumeyer at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 197). 132
131

2233
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Peggy Zimmerman at Marrero, La. (CD 75, p. 277).
132

2234
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Michael Patrick Neumeyer at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 344).
132

2235
FBI report of interviews conducted on April 1-2, 1964, with former schoolmates of Lee Harvey Oswald at Beauregard Junior High School at New Orleans, La. (CD 860, pp. 21-24).
133-134

2236
FBI report of interview conducted on April 2, 1964, of Mrs. Myra Darouse at New Orleans, La. (CD 860, p. 27). 135-137
135

2237
FBI report dated February 28, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., submitting employee record sheets in connection with Lee Harvey Oswald’s employment at Gerald F. Tujague, Inc., New Orleans, La. (FBI Exhibit D-113) (CD 592).
135-137

2238
FBI report dated January 29, 1964, of interview of Maury Good-man at St. Louis, Mo. (CD 402, pp. 2-3).
138

2239
FBI reports dated December 13, 1963, of interviews of Mrs. James L. Taylor and Mrs. Edwin Enocha at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 205,pp. 522, 529).
139

2240
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Dr. Benjamin Powell at Durham, N.C. (CD 189, pp. 1-3).
140-141

2241
FBI report dated January 17, 1964, of interview of Saner Davis at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 329, p. 172).
141

2242
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Dr. Coleman Jacobson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 204-205).
142

2243
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Alexander P. Gruber at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 273-274).
143

2244
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Lt. James R. Gilmore, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp.322-323).
144

2245
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of telephone interview of Assistant District Attorney Bill Alexander at Dallas, Tex. (CD4, p. 429).
145

2246
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Phillip P. Miller at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 670).
145

2247
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Marguerite Vea Riegler at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 673).
146

2248
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Detective Richard M. Sims, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex.(CD 4, pp. 674-675).
146-147

2249
Supplemental Dallas Police Department report dated December 24,1963, on investigation of shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 81c,63 pages.)
147-171

2250
FBI report dated November 29,1963, of interview of Curtis LaVerne Crafard at Bellaire, Mich. (CD 84, pp. 147-154).
172-175

2251
FBI report dated November 30,1963, of interview of Graham Kochat Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 203).
175

2252
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of John Leif Frickstad at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 221-222).
176-177

2253
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Pete Fisher at New Orleans, La. (CD 86, pp.407-409).
177-178

2254
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Ronald L. Jenkins at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 424-426).
178-179

2255
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Ferdinand Kaufman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85 pp. 438-438).
180-181

2256
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Jerry Lee Kunkel at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 444).
181

2257
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Samuel Mack Pate at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, p. 477). 182-184
182

2258
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of David Flint "Mike" Smith at Burbank, Calif. (CD 85, pp. 513-516).
182-184

2259
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Joe Campisi at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 128-129).
184-185

2260
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Joseph A. Glowacki at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 157-158).
185-186

2261
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Cecil Hamlin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 163-165).
186-187

2262
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Clifford L. Wright at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 513-514).
188

2263
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of John Newnam at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 521).
189

2264
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Georgia Mayorat Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 524).
189

2265
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Max Rudberg At Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 530)
190

2266
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Jean Aase at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, p. 532).
190

2267
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Lawrence V. Meyers at Chicago, Ill. (CD 86, pp. 533-536).
191-192

2268
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Edward Meyers at Brooklyn, N.Y. (CD 86, pp.537-538).
193

2269
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of C. William Selah at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 86).
194

2270
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Connie Trammel at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 261).
194

2271
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Margaret Mary Orndorff at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 205-206).
195

2272
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Justice of the Peace David L. Johnston at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 220-221).
196

2273
FBI report dated December 30, 1963, of interview of Donald B. Safran at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 338-339).
197

2274
FBI report dated January 11, 1964, of interview of Sam Campisi at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, p. 162).
198

2275
FBI report dated January 23, 1964, of interview of Andrew Armstrong, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, pp. 136-139).
198-200

2276
FBI report of information received February 17, 1964, concerning interview of Philippe Labro at Paris, France (CD 856, pp. 3-4).
200-201

2277
FBI report dated April 7, 1964, of interview of William George Nikolis at Tyler, Tex. (CD 856, pp. 5-8).
201-202

2278
FBI report dated April 3, 1964, of interview of Rita Leslie Silberman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 856, pp. 7-8).
202-203

2279
FBI report dated April 3, 1964, of interview of Robert Louis Sindelar at Dallas, Tex. (CD 856, pp. 9-10).
203-204

2280
FBI report dated April 17, 1964, of interview of Dennis Patrick Martin at Fort Ord, Calif. (CD 858, p. 12A).
204

2281
FBI report dated June 3, 1964, of interview of Rabbi Hillel Silver-man at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1121, pp. 32-33).
205

2282
FBI report dated June 4, 1964, of interview of Leona Lane at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1121, pp. 35-36).
206

2283
FBI report dated June 4, 1964, of interview of Ester Miller at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1121, p. 37).
207

2284
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of interview of Alexander Philip Gruber at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 1144, pp. 1-4).
207-209

2285
Life Line radio transcript of program No. 121, September 17, 1963,subject: "Free Federal Money," and program No. 31, June 19, 1963,subject: "Heroism" (CD 1148, four pages).
209-212

2286
Envelope upon which Jack Ruby copied a name which appeared on the "Impeach Earl Warren" sign. (CD 1148).
213

2287
Affidavit executed on June 9, 1964, by Huey Reeves relating to receipt given to him by "Little Lynn" on November 23, 1963 (CD1193, pp. 144-145).
214

2288
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Ralph Gismontat Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 92).
215

2289
FBI reports dated June 19, 1964, of interviews of H. L. Henley, and Robert B. Counts, Dallas Police Department patrolmen, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 163, 165).
215-216

2290
FBI report dated June 27, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Wilma Tice at St. Louis, Mo. (CD 1233a, pp. 1-4).
216-218

2291
FBI reports dated July 13 and July 10, 1964, of interviews of Connie Trammel Penny and H. Edward Smith at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1267,four pages).
218-220

2292
FBI reports dated July 21, July 22, July 24, and July 20, 1964, of interviews of John Mazzlotta, Elnora Pitts, Doris Warner, Det. Gus F. Rose, and Lt. J. C. Day at Dallas, Irving, and Seagoville, Tex., and two photographs (CD 1317, seven pages).
220-223

2293
FBI reports dated July 23 and July 22, 1964, of interviews of Mrs. Wilma Tine and James M. Tice at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1318, eight pages).
224-227

2294
Letter dated Augusta, 1964, to Commission from W. Glenn Duncan, reporting text of announcement made on KLIF newscast on November 23, 1963 (CD 1342).
228

2295
FBI report dated August 6, 1964, of interview of Lt. James R. Gilmore, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1386, two pages).
228-229

2296
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, of interview of Joseph A. Glowackiat Dallas, Tex. (CD 1400b, three pages).
229-230

2297
FBI memorandum dated August 24, 1964, transmitting reports dated August 7 and August 21, 1964, respectively, of interviews of Roy A. Pryor and Kenneth E. Griffith at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1442, four pages).
231-232

2298
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of examination of telephone company records for Bruce Ray Carlin for November 24, 1963,at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 87, p. 509).
233

2299
FBI report dated March 13, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Harold Kaminsky at Chicago, In. (CD 722,pp. 72-73).
233-234

2300
FBI report dated June 12, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Jack Ruby for November 22-24, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 146-148).
235-236

2301
FBI reprt dated June 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance for November22, 1963, at Washington, D.C. (CD 1193, pp. 220-221).
236-237

2302
FBI report dated March 17, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Jack Ruby for period September 26-November 22, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 722, pp. 9-16).
2237-241

2303
FBI report dated March 17, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Carousel Club for period September 26-November 22, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 722, pp. 19-31).
241-247

2304
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Eva Grant for period September 26-November 22,1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 722, pp. 17-18).
248

2305
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Vegas Club for September 26-November 22,1963 at Dallas, Tex. (CD 722, pp. 32-33).
249

2306
Letter dated September 18, 1964, from Southwestern Bell Telephone to Commission re long distance telephone company records for Eva Grant for period November 22-24, 1963, and FBI memorandum re same (CD 1193, p. 149).
250

2307
FBI memorandum dated April 23, 1964, re examination of telephone company records for Carousel Club for November 23-December 1, l963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 914, pp. 32-34).
251-252

2308
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of examination of telephone company records for Jack Ruby for period of May 7, 1963 to October 20, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 688-689).
252-253

2309
FBI report of examination of telephone company record. for Jack Ruby at Dallas, Tex., for April 10, 1963 to November 3, 1963,plus miscellaneous calls June through October 1963 (CD 4, pp. 690-693).
254

2310
FBI report dated June 12, 1964, of examination of records of payphone at Phil’s Delicatessen, 3531 Oak Lawn, Dallas, Tex. (CD1193, p. 150).
255

2311
FBI report dated April 22, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Ralph Paul at Arlington, Tex. for period September 26 to December 1,1963 (CD 914, pp.20-30).
256-261

2312
FBI report, on check of phone numbers found in possession of Jack Ruby (CD 1193, pp. 247-248; CD 1121, pp. 4-4).
261-263

2313
FBI report dated March 10, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Bruce Carlin at Forth Worth, Tex., for period September 26 to November 21, 1963 (CD 722, pp. 54-86).
264-270

2314
FBI report dated September 14, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Bruce Carlin for period November 22-24,1963, at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1504, two pages).
270-271

2315
FBI report dated April 21, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Bruce Carlin, for November 26-December 1,1963, at Forth Worth, Tex. (CD 914, pp. 18-19).
271-272

2316
FBI reports dated June 3 and June 11,1964, of examination of telephone company records for Breck Wall and Joe Peterson at the Adolphus Hotel for period November 26 to November 29, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1121, pp. 7-14; CD 1193, p. 193).
272-276

2317
FBI report dated August 11, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Dallas Police Department for the period November 23-24, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1404, five pages).
277-279

2318
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Patrolman Harry Olsen .t Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 138-139).
279-280

2319
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Kathleen C. Root at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 144).
280

2320
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Samuel C. Smith at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 151).
281

2321
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, of Interview of Gladys Craddock at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1400c, pp. 1-2).
281-282

2322
FBI report dated July 24, 1964, of interview of Roy William Pike at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 1322a, pp. 1-3).
282-283

2323
FBI report dated November 26. 1963, of interview of Alton Conrad Sharp. at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 419).
284

2324
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of James M. Chancy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 682).
284

2325
FBI report dated 25j963 of interview of Thomas J. O’Grady at Dallas, Tea. (CD 4. pp. 685-686).
285

2326
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Frank Bernard Johnston at Austin, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 427-429).
286-287

2327
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Francois Pelouat Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 478-479).
287-288

2328
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Frank Gold-stein at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 268-269).
288-289

2329
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, of interview of Robert Larkin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 202-203).
289-290

2330
FBI report dated January 14, 1964, of interview of Doyle Stokes at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, p. 168).
290

2331
FBI report dated January 6, 1964, of interview of Barney Baker at Chicago, Ill. (CD 302, pp. 172-173).
291

2332
FBI report dated March 13, 1964, of examination of telephone – company records for Robert Baker for the period September 26- November 22, 1963, at Chicago, Ill. (CD 722, pp. 75-80).
292-295

2333
FBI report dated March 10, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for Frank Goldstein for the period of September26-November 22, 1963 at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 722, pp. 140-142 )
295-296

2334
FBI report dated June 9 and 10, 1964, of interviews of Huey Reeves and his affidavit dated June 9,1964, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1104, pp.1-4).
297-298

2335
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Twiford at Houston, Tex. (CD 74, pp. 1-8).
299-302

2336
FBI reports dated July 27, 1964, of interviews of John Henry Branch, Harry Lee Jackson, Eva Grant, and Patrolman William Starks at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1338, pp. 1-6).
303-305

2337
FBI report dated July 23, 1964, of interview of Laura A. Bryum and report dated July 29, 1964, of interview of Virginia Thompson Humphries at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1366, pp. 1-4).
306-307

2338
FBI report dated August 19, 1964, of interview of Rosemary Helmick at Sparrows Point, Md. (CD 1435, pp. 1-2).
308

2339
Undated letter from Wanda Helmick to Rosemary Helmick (CD1435a, pp 1-6)
308-314

2340
FBI report dated June 13, 1964, of interview of Jefferson D. Stokes at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, p. 137).
315

2341
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Thomas Raymond Brown at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 680).
315

2342
Letter from FBI to Commission, dated September 17, 1964, setting forth handwriting analysis on a change-of-address card, dated October 10, 1962, purportedly signed by Lee Harvey Oswald; with copy of card (FBI Exhibit D-253).
316

2343
FBI report dated July 27, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., of Eva Grant’s statement concerning Mrs. Tice’s report on Mrs. Tice’s deposition before the Commission (CD 1348, p. 93).
317

2344
Chronology of Jack Ruby’s activities from September 26 through November. 21, 1963 (pp. 1-11).
317-322

2345
FBI report dated August 1964 Deroetus MeCollough Miles at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 1415, pp. 1-3).
323-324

2346
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Barbara (Mrs. Charles L.) Hemby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 122).
324

2347
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Nathan Wyle at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 431).
325

2348
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Marvin Gardner at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 74-76).
325-326

2349
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Isabella Gregory at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 99).
327

2350
FBI report dated March 13, 1964, of examination of telephone company records for the Ero Manufacturing Co., Chicago, Ill., for the period September 26-November 22, 1963 (CD 722, pp. 102-119).
327-336

2351
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Amos C. Flint at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 69).
336

2352
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Michael P. Doyle at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 82).
337

2353
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Bonnie H. Bell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 41).
337

2354
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Wanda Minnix at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 69).
338

2355
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Jewel Brown at New York, N.Y. (CD 86, pp. 292-293).
338-339

2356
FBI report dated January 20, 1964, of interview of Charles Curtis at New York, N.Y. (CD 360, pp. 32-33).
339-340

2357
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Richard H. Sheppard at Houston, Tex. (CD 106, p. 95).
340

2358
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Robert Franklin at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, p. 81).
341

2359
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Joe A. Helmat Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 43).
341

2360
FBI report dated December 13, i963,of interview of Dr. Herman Ulevlteh at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 157-158).
342

2361
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Richard J. Potter at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 107).
343

2362
FBI report dated January 21, 1964, of interview of Raymond Jones at Dallas, Tex. (CD 360, p. 79).
343

2363
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Henry Kenter at Chicago, Ill. (CD 84, pp. 41-42).
344

2364
FBI report dated December 31, 1963, of interview of Walter Ervin (Buddy) Heard at El Paso, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 174-175).
345

2365
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Jean Mason at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 223).
346

2366
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Tommy T. Tucker, Jr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 247).
346

2367
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of I. T. (Troy)Rackley at Emory, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 787-788).
347

2368
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of John Lacy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 320).
348

2369
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Edward Feinat Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 85).
348

2370
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Harvey Lawill Wade at Knoxville, Tenn. (CD 4, pp. 789-790).
349

2371
FBI report of interviews conducted December 4, 1963, of Frank Richard Goldstein and Mrs. Beverly Frances Goldstein at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 86, pp. 263-264).
350

2372
FBI report dated January 24, 1964, of interview of James E. Jonker at Wichita, Kans. (CD 360, p. 123).
351

2373
FBI report of interviews conducted December 13 and 15, 1963, of Elnora Pitts, Mrs. Jce Garvia, Linda Zumwalt, Emma Ship, and several employees of the Merchants State Bank at Dallas, Tex.(CD 104, pp. 166-168).
351-352

2374
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Rose Sandra Renfroe at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 350).
353

2375
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Mary Martin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 64).
353

2376
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Charles Straeght at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 212).
354

2377
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of investigation of rumored FBI hunting party at Buck Shearer’s ranch in November 1963 including Jack Ruby (CD 86, pp. 223-224).
354-355

2378
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Smokey Turner at Minneapolis, Minn. (CD 86, p. 369).
355

2379
FBI reports dated December 17 and 19, 1963, of interviews of Gloria Fillmon at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 204-205).
356

2380
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Harvey Davis Bostick at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 181).
357

2381
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Harry Lee Jackson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 112).
357

2382
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Norma Jean Bostick at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 182).
358

2383
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Vein A. Davis at Oklahoma City, Okla.. (CD 4, pp. 812-813).
358-359

2384
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Billy Chester Carr at Houston, Tex. (CD 84, p. 166).
359

2385
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Billy Chester Can at Houston, Tex. (CD 4, p. 576).
360

2386
FBI report dated December 19, 1963, of interview of Frank J. Boarder at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, pp. 5-7).
360-361

2387
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of L. F. Dauer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 640).
362

2388
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Anne Listak at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 127).
362

2389
FBI report dated June 26, 1964, at Oklahoma City, Okla. Reflecting investigation of William McEwan Duff concerning alleged association between Gen. Edwin A. Walker and Jack L. Ruby (CD 1316a,pp. 1-13).
363-369

2390
FBI reports dated September 8, 12, 1964, of interviews of Mrs. Robert D. Rogers; Gavaldo Aurelic Pino Pino and Felix Guillermo Othon Pacho at Dallas, Tex.
369-371

2391
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Robert Y. Black at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 44).
372

2392
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Glenn Raye Snider at Phoenix, Ariz. (CD 4, pp. 416-417).
372-373

2393
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Milton Joseph at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 52).
373

2394
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Karen Green Williams at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 780).
374

2395
NBC reel 105, November 21, 1963, entitled, "Police Chief Jesse Curry TV Interview."
374-375

2396
FBI report dated January 6, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Harris D. Bryant at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 42-43).
375-376

2397
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of E. Mace Naylor at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 227).
376

2398
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Welcome Eugene Barnett at Dallas, Tax. (CD 104, pp. 5-7).
377-378

2399
Secret Service report dated December 2, 1963, at Houston, Tex. of investigation of allegation that Jack Ruby was seen in Houston on November 21, 1963. (CD 87, 85 control No. 313, four pages); Secret Service report dated December 6, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. of investigation disclosing Ruby was in Dallas on November 21, 1963. (CD 87,SS control No. 509, two pages).
378-381

2400
FBI report of interview conducted on December 17, 1963, of Lamar Hunt at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 268).
381

2401
FBI report dated November27, i963,of interview of Becky Jones at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 399).
382

2402
FBI report of interviews conducted on December 18, 1963, of Dennis G. Brewer at Irving, Tex., and of various other persons(CD 105, pp. 8-12).
382-384

2403
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Pauline Hall at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 315-316)
385

2404
FBI report re information furnished by the FBI Laboratory on November 25, 1963, re examination of hairs taken from Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 5, p. 144).
386

2405
Don Campbell testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 15-27).
386-392

2406
William E. Howard testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 647-665).
393-402

2407
D. V Harkness testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp.96-100).
402-404

2408
Georgia Mayer testimony at Ruby trial (Trial), pp.46-52).
405-408

2409
T. D. McMillon testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 297-429).
408-474

2410
John Rutledge testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 101-111).
475-480

2411
William G. Serur testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 614-646).
480-496

2412
Ralph Templin testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 611-613).
497-498

2413
Wesley A. Wise testimony at Ruby trial (Trial, pp. 82-95).
498-505

2414
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Billy Joe Willis at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 506-507).
505-506

2415
FBI report concerning weather reports for November 24, 1963, at Dallas, Tex., and possible ownership by Jack Ruby of an overcoat or topcoat (CD 1306,pp. 68-76).
506-510

2416
FBI reports dated August 10,13, and 19, 1964 concerning examination of phonograph records and papers pertaining to the Dallas crime Investigation of 1946-48 (CD 1429a, nine pages).
511-515

2417
FBI reports dated August 4, 5, 11, 14, and 27, 1964 concerning receipts compiled by Dallas Police Department covering property of Jack Ruby (CD 1465, 11 pages).
515-520

2418
FBI report dated September 1964 of interview of John 3. Simpson, Jr., at Hurst, Tex. (CD 1460, three pages).
521-522

2419
FBI report dated August 28, 1964, of interview of George Senator at New York, N.Y. (CD 1461).
522

2420
Face of Western Union receipt given to Jack Ruby on November 24,1963.
523

2421
Back of Western Union receipt given to Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963, stamped 11:16a.m.
523

2422
Photograph of Jack Ruby after his arrest on November 24, 1963.

2423
Photograph of Jack Ruby on third floor of Dallas Police Department about 11:30p.m., November 22, 1963.
524

2424
Photograph of Jack Ruby in basement assembly room of Dallas Police Department about midnight, November 22, 1963.
524

2425
Photograph of Jack Ruby at Carousel Club.
525

2426
Photograph of Jack Ruby’s bedroom on Sunday, November 24,1963.
525

2427
Photograph of "Closed" sign posted in window of Carousel Club.
526

2428
Internal memorandum of Commission dated September 14, 1964, re examination of FBI files.
526

2429
FBI reports dated June 8, 1964, of interviews of Mrs. Gale Ann Cascaddan and Mrs. Edward (Esther) Eaton at Harrison, Mich.(CD 1193, pp. 93-95, 99).
527-528

2430
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning interview of Curtis La Verne Crafard with respect to Bernard Weissman and enclosing FBI reports dated August 21and 31, 1964, of interviews of Crafard at Portland, Oreg. (CD 1465,pp. 1-5).
529-531

2431
FBI reports dated September 1 and 2, 1964, of interviews of persons employed by Ralph Paul who might have knowledge of a telephone call Paul received from Jack Ruby at about 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, 1963 (CD 1466, pp. 1-8).
531-535

2432
FBI report date September 1, 1964, of interview of Harvey Lawill Wade at Chattanooga, Tenn. (CD 1468, pp. 1-2).
535-536

2433
FBI reports dated July 31 and August 11, 13, 22, and 27, 1964, of checkout examination of telephone company records for Harry Olsen and Kathie Kay Coleman subsequent to November 14, 1963(CD 1470 a, b, c).
536-562

2434
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Robert G. Landers at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 55).
562

2435
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Charles Miller at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 260).
563

2436
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Don J. Camp-bell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 523).
563

2437
FBI report elated Jj 23 1964 f•t • f J M. Tice atDallas, Tex. (CD 1348, pp. 90-92).
564-565

2438
FBI report of interview conducted on July 13 and 14, 1964, of Gordon King and Jarrett Boren at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1348, p. 94).

2439
FBI reports dated September 7 and 9, 1964, of various interviews on identification of photographs of Jack Ruby (CD 1474 a, b).
566-568

2440
FBI report dated June 10, 1964, of interview of Mike Whitaker at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, p. 162).
569

2441
Photograph of Ruby following Wade.
570

2442
Photograph of Ruby going through door.
570

2443
FBI report dated February 11, 1964, of interview of John Howard Bowen at Florence, Ala. (CD 560, pp. 1-9).
571-575

2444
FBI report of FBI Laboratory examinations of various items relating to the assassination (CD 206, pp. 45-61). ).
575-583

2445
Letter dated June 15, 1964, from Department of State to Commission, enclosing copy of note from the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Swiss Ambassador in Cuba, with translation (CD1110).
583-587

2446
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Opal Robertson at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, p. 94).
587

2447
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of William RayFuller at Euless, Tex. (CD 205, p. 96).
588

2448
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Level T. Penn at Cedar Hill, Tex. (CD 205, p. 269).
588

2449
FBI report dated June 10, 1964, of results of investigation into report that Oswald had photograph taken in Mexico City for use on a visa application (CD 1170, pp. 1-3).
589-590

2450
FBI report of investigation conducted on June 15-16, 1964, and July 10, 1964, to attempt to locate Francisco Morales and ErnestoLima Juares; FBI report dated July 13, 1964, of interview of Ernesto Lima Juares at Reynosa Tampa., Mexico; and FBI report dated June 23, 1964, of interviews of Gabriel Contreras Univa and MarioResendis Villanueva (CD 1243, pp. 4-5; CD 1480, pp. 4-9; CD1197and1197a).
590-595

2451
FBI report dated July 10, 1964, of interview of Ernesto Lima Juares and of inquiry into allegations made by him (CD 1256).
595-597

2452
Letter dated April 14, 1964, from FBI to Commission re passenger lists of Mexican bus company (CD 1428).
597-598

2453
FBI report dated April 8, 1964, concerning Mexican trip of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 816, pp. 1-5).
598-600

2454
FBI report dated August 21, 1964, concerning telescopic sight on Lee Harvey Oswald’s rifle and interviews of Mrs. Gertrude Hunter, Roy Truly, H. S. Aiken, Wesley Frazier, and Charles Woodrow Greener (CD 1464, pp. 1-6).
601-603

2455
Letter dated March 10, 1964, from FBI to Commission re results of processing by nuclear analytical techniques of items relating to assassination.
604

2456
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of interview of Eulallo Rodriguez-Chavez at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 1166, pp. 1-7).
605-608

2457
FBI report dated May 7, 1964, concerning Mexican trip of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 960).
608

2458
Letter dated June 24, 1964, from State Department to Commission, with attached telegram and report of interview of Mr. and Mrs. Juan M. Dc Cuba (CD 1155 a and b).
609-612

2459
Letter dated June 29, 1964, from the FBI to Commission, with attached report of reinterviews of Mr. and Mrs. Juan M. Dc Cuba(CD 1187).
613-616

2460
FBI report dated March 31, 1964, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico (CD 872).
616-621

2461
Letter dated July 1, 1964, from FBI to Commission, attaching report concerning Mexican aspects of Lee Harvey Oswald investigation (CD 1219).
622-625

2462
FBI report concerning FBI Laboratory report dated December 2,1963, on documents bearing handwriting allegedly that of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 7, pp. 348-350).
625-626

2463
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, concerning investigation of records of Flecha Roja (Red Arrow) bus line at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico (CD 188, pp. 10-20).
627-632

2464
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 16, 1963, of schedule of Continental Trailways buses from New Orleans, La., to Houston, Tex.; and excerpts from Secret Service report dated August 28, 1964, of schedule of buses traveling from Dallas and Houston to Laredo, Tex.. (CD 281, p. 12; CD 1084(e), pp. 106, 46-47,35-41).
632-637

2465
FBI report giving translations of notations found in Lee Harvey Oswald’s address book (CD 205, pp. 688-689).
638

2466
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, of interview of Robert Oswald at Denton, Tex. (CD 897, pp. 468-470).
639-640

2467
FBI report dated April 8, 1964, of interviews of Charles R. Peze Vand Juanita Davalos at Dallas, Tex., concerning identification bracelet similar to that belonging to Marina Oswald (CD 1066,pp. 152-157).
640-643

2468
FBI report dated July 23, 1964, of interview of Jose Crus Cuellarat Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (CD 1344, pp. 1-2).
643-644

2469
FBI report dated July 9,1964, concerning procedures involved in the issuances of tickets at Laredo, Tex., and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico,of the Transportes del Norte bus line transmitted by letter dated July 16, 1964, from FBI to the Commission (CD 1257).
644-646

2470
FBI report dated February 15 1964 concerning manifest of Transportes Frontera Bus Co. covering trip allegedly taken by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 455(b)).
646-647

2471
FBI report dated February 20, 1964, concerning list of passengers aboard Transportes Fronteral bus, which departed Mexico City October 2, 1963, for Nuevo Laredo (CD 455(c), pp. 1-4).
648-649

2472
FBI report dated May 25 1964 concerning fellow passengers of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico (CD 1037, pp. 1-14).
650-656

2473
Secret Service report dated December 8, 1963, concerning photo of President Kennedy on "Wanted for Treason" handbills circulated in Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, 85 control No. 482, three pages).
657-658

2474
Secret Service report dated May 12, 1964, concerning "Wanted for Treason" handbills circulated in Dallas, Tex. (CD 949, 58control No. 1507, nine pages).
658-662

2475-A
WINS, New York, N.Y., reel No. 1 of "Contact" program of February 18, 1964 (CD 1306).
663

2475-B
WINS, New York, N.Y., reel No.2 of "Contact" program of February 18, 1964 (CD 1306).
663

2475-C
WINS, New York, N.Y., excerpt from two reels of tape of "Contact" program of February 18, 1964, being the telephone conversation between Murray Burnett, Mark Lane, and Bernard Weissman(seven pages).
664-667

2475-D
FBI reports dated July 8, 1964, of interviews of Linda Priestly and Murray Burnett, and summary of two reels of tape covering the "Contact" program, station WINS, New York, N.Y. (CD1306, pp. 98-101).
667-669

2476
Applications for post office box at New Orleans and notice of change of address signed by L. H. Oswald (FBI item D-22, three
669-670

2477
FBI report dated May 13, 1964, of interview of Evaristo Gilberto Rodriguem at New Orleans, La. (CD 983(b), pp. 9-14).
671-673

2478
Lee Harvey Oswald’s Mexican tourist card (FBI Item J-3).
674-675

2479
Ruth Paine’s registration card at motel, Waskan, Tex. (FBI itemD-147).
676

2480
Mexican hotel guest register sheet for September 27, 1963, bearing name "Lee Harvey Oswald" (FBI Item D-38).
676

2481
Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for tourist card to visit Mexico.(FBI item D-52, CD 735).
677-678

2482
Flecha Roja bus line passenger list dated September 26, 1963(FBI Item D-107, CD 782).
679-680

2483
FBI report listing the contents of Lee Harvey Oswald’s wallet at the time of arrest. (CD 5, p. 95).
681

2484
Photograph of Marina Oswald’s bracelet (FBI item D-75, CD 573).
681

2485
FBI photo of stub of bus ticket issued by Transportes del Norte showing travel from Mexico, D.F., to Laredo, Tex. (FBI itemD-237, CD 1458, two sheets).
682

2486
Photos of pamphlet entitled "This Week-Esta Semana," for the week September 28-October 4, 1963 (FBI item D-238, CD 1458,three sheets).
683-685

2487
Photos of book entitled "Learning Russian," by Nina Potapova, published by Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow.(FBI item D-239, CD 1458, six sheets).
686-688

2488
Photos of guide map of Mexico City (FBI item D-240, CD 1458,16 sheets).
689-704

2489
Photo of pamphlet entitled, "Fiesta Brava," published by Pemex Travel Club, Mexico, D.F. (FBI item D-241, CD 1458).
705

2490
Photo of 1962 library pass written in the Russian language in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald (FBI item D-242, CD 1458).
706

2491
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Jake Rifkin at Memphis, Tenn. (CD 4, p. 334).
707

2492
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Don Tabon at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 708).
707

2493
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Marion T. Steenson at Richardson, Tex. (CD 4, p. 709).
708

2494
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Joe Garcia at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, pp. 156-157).
708-709

2495
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Joe Garcia at Dallas, Tex. (CD 88, pp. 153-154).
709-710

2496
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of Dr. M. L. Glickfeld at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 86, p. 156).
710

2497
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Irene Zascoda Ward at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 86, p. 188).
711

2498
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of James H. Rhodes at Sulphur Springs, Tex. (CD 88, p. 351).
711

2499
FBI report dated December 8, 1963, of interview of Daniel Earl Rowe at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 353).
712

2500
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Luther Rowe at Irving, Tex. (CD 86, p. 355).
712

2501
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Willard P. DeLacy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 74-76).
713-714

2502
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of Interview of Donna Fulton Agee at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 174).
714

2503
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Detective J.B. Toney, Dallas Police Department at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p.273).
715

2504
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Ed E. MeLemore at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 118).
715

2505
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Mrs. J. M.(Dolores F.) Bankston at Highland Park, Tex. (CD 106, p. 22).
716

2506
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Ted Marks at Mill Valley, Calif. (CD 106, pp. 126-127).
716-717

2507
Photograph of "Impeach Earl Warren" sign.
717

2508
FBI report Dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Emmett Joseph Hudson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 285).
718

2509
FBI report dated January 6, 1964, of interview of Jerry Anthony Boland at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 75-76)
718-719

2510
Letter dated March 27, 1964, from Mark Lane to Commission.
719

2511
Letter dated April 16, 1964, from Commission to Mark Lane.
720

2512
Letter dated April 29, 1964, from Mark Lane to Commission.
721

2513
Letter dated April 30, 1964, from Commission to Mark Lane.
722

2514
Letter dated May 6, 1064, from Mark Lane to Commission.
723

2515
Letter dated May 12, 1964, from Commission to Mark Lane.
724

2516
Letter dated May 18, 1964, from Mark Lane to Commission.
725-726

2517
Letter dated June 19, 1964, from Commission to Mark Lane.
727

2518
Letter dated March 18, 1964 from Commission to Mark Lane.
728

2519
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 12, 1963, of arrest record of George Senator (CD 104, p. 211).
728

2520
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Capt. James Arnold, New Orleans Police Department, New Orleans, La. (CD 75,pp. 376-377).
729

2521
Secret Service report dated December 11, 1963, concerning information received from Marina Oswald on the attempted assassination of Gen. Edwin Walker (SS control No. 632).
730

2522
FBI report dated March 12, 1964, of interview with Peter O’Donnell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 321).
731

2523
FBI report dated January 22, 1964, of interview of Warren Reynolds at Dallas, Tex. (CD 385, p. 86).
731

2524
Letter dated January 17, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning the attempted assassination of Gen. Edwin Walker (CD 1237).
732-733

2525
Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, concerning the Russian note left for Marina Oswald by Lee Harvey Oswald at the time of the attempted assassination of Gen. Edwin Walker (CD320, 55 control No. 707).
734

2526
Proposed Manifest-AF No. 1, Fort ‘Worth to Dallas, Tex. (CD3, exhibit 7, attachment No. 2).
735

2527
Manifest of Transportes Frontera bus (FBI item No. Q-332).
736-737

2528
Manifest of Transportes Frontera bus (FBI item K-74).
738

2529
Manifest of Transportes del Norte (FBI item 202-1, CD 875).
739

2530
Manifest purchase order of Chihuahuenses Travel Agency (FBI item 202-3, CD 875).
740

2531
Western Greyhound Lines international sales report for period October 1-31, 1963 (FBI item 202-6, CD 875).
741

2532
FBI report dated May 11, 1964, re’ Lee Harvey Oswald’s travel in Mexico (CD 963, pp. 1-14).
742-748

2533
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 16, 1963, of schedule of Continental Trailways buses from New Orleans, La., to Houston, Tex. (CD 231, p. 12).
749

2534
Secret Service report dated August 28, 1964, of schedule of buses traveling from Dallas and Houston to Laredo, Tex. (CD 1450).
749-751

2535
FBI report dated April 7, 1964, of investigation of Mexican border records (CD 785, pp. 1-11).
752-757

2536
Photographs of Transportes del Norte bus ticket No. 13688 and trip envelope for bus No. 373 (CD 828 (a)).
758-759

2537
Letter from FBI to Commission dated April 16, 1964, attaching copies of Greyhound international exchange order and Greyhound ticket No. 8256009 (CD 792).
760-763

2538
FBI report dated April 6, i964, of investigation of records of Western Greyhound Lines at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 776-C).
764-765

2539
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning interview with Rolando Barrios, former employee of the Chihuahuenses Travel Agency, Mexico, D.F., Mexico.
765

2540
FBI report of interviews of manager and other personnel of Hotel del Comerelo at Mexico City, Mexico (CD 1084(e), pp. 53-57).
766-768

2541
FBI report of investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald’s unemployment claims (CD 5, pp. 212-213).
768-769

2542
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Douglas Jones at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 395).
769

2543
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Arthur B.Nuessly at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 396). ).
770

2544
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Glynn A. Young at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 397).
770

2545
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Joseph J. Johnson at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 401).
771

2546
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Charles Hall Steele, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 267).
772

2547
FBI report of interviews on November 29 and December 3, 1963, of E. P. Bass, Hunter B. Baker, and Jan Bass at Dallas, Tex. (CD205, pp. 122-123).P.0
773

2548
FBI report of investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald’s activities for Fair Play for Cuba Committee in New Orleans, La. (CD 7, pp.164-165).
773

2549
Secret Service report on historical information on past attacks and assassinations relating to American Presidents (CD 907, pp. ,22-23,25, 113, 115, 116).
774-776

2550
Secret Service manual entitled "Principles of Protection of the President and Other Political Dignitaries" (CD 1141, pp. 36-37).
777

2551
Letter dated July 2, 1964, from FBI to Commission, attaching documents pertaining to origin and establishment of the FBI (CD 1217).
778-783

2552
Letter dated May 27, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning language in Appropriation Act pertaining to the FBI and to protection of the President.
784

2553
Letter dated June 8, 1964, from Secret Service to Commission, concerning personnel complement of the Secret Service (CD 1058).
784-785

2554
Secret Service memorandum dated November 30, 1963, regarding activities of various Secret Service agents on November 22, 1963,in Dallas, Tex. (CD 3, Exhibit 12, items 1-5).
786-788

2555
Treasury Department memorandum dated December 12, 1963,concerning questioned document examination of selective service notice of classification and certificate of service in name Hidell found in Oswald’s wallet at time of his arrest (55 control No. 580).
789

2556
Treasury Department memorandum dated December 11, 1963, concerning questioned document examination of selective service notice of classification and certificate of service in name Hidell found in Oswald’s wallet at time of his arrest (SS control No. 580, five pages).
789-791

2557
FBI report dated March 26, 1964, of investigation of ownership of Imperial Reflex camera (CD 724, pp. 1-8)
792-795

2558
Letter dated February 28, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning Imperial Reflex camera (two pages).796
796

2559
FBI report dated March 26, 1964, concerning origin and identification of the rifle used in the assassination (CD 682).
797-798

2560
Commission memorandum for record concerning accuracy tests performed with the assassination rifle.
799

2561
Letter dated April 2, 1964, from FBI to Commission in regard to paraffin tests conducted with the assassination rifle.
799-800

2562
Letter dated April 30, 1964, from FBI to Commission transmitting report dated April 22, 1964, relating to C2766 rifle (CD 881, pp. 1-20).
800-811

2563
FBI report dated April 20, 1964, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s Mexican tourist card (CD 873, pp. 1-4).
811-813

2564
Letter dated August 31, 1964, from State Department to Commission, forwarding communication from Cuban Government concerning visa application of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1453).
813-817

2565
Letter dated May 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning Oswald’s expenses during travel to Mexico (CD 905).
818

2566
FBI report dated May 4, 1964, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s travel to Mexico (CD 940).
819-820

2567
Excerpt from FBI report dated May 15, 1964, re Lee Harvey Oswald’s visit to Mexico (CD 1084(e), pp. 113-114).
820

2568
Memorandum dated September 17, 1964, from CIA to Commission on hours of work at Cuban and Soviet consulates, procedures, and regulations for issuance of Cuban visas, and Mexican control of U.S. citizens’ travel to and from Cuba.
821

2569
FBI report dated July 16, 1964, of interview et Julian Huerta at Miami, Fla. (CD 1290).
822-823

2570
FBI report dated July 21, 1964, of investigation at Hotel del Commerico in Mexico City, Mexico (CD 1343).
823-825

2571
FBI report dated July 28, 1964, of interview of Huerta Oliva at South Norwalk, Conn. (CD 1354).
826-828

2572
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, of interview of Fernando Valensuela Chihuahua, Mexico (CD 1382).
829

2573
FBI report dated August 4, 1964, of attempt to find Antonio Oliva (CD 1397).
830-831

2574
FBI report dated August 7, 1964, of interview of Gabriel Contreras Uvina at Chihuahua, Mexico (CD 1398).
831-833

2575
FBI report dated August 10, 1964, of investigation at Hotel del Commercio, Mexico City, Mexico (CD 1421).
833-835

2576
FBI report dated May 18, 1964, of investigation at Mexico City museums (CD 979(b)).
836-838

2577
Greyhound bus schedule (CD 1449).
838-844

2578
FBI report dated May 28, 1964, of interview of Secret Service Agent James M. Howard at Washington, D.C. (CD 1069A).
844-845

2579
FBI reports dated June 2, 1964, of interviews of Thayer Waldo at Fort Worth, Tex., and Pat C. Howard at Hurst, Tex. (CD 1245,pp. 171-180).
846-850

2580
FBI analysis of allegations contained in book entitled "The Red Roses of Dallas" (CD 1218, pp. 2-4).
851-852

2581
FBI report of interview of Mrs. Pauline Bates (CD 75, p. 538).
852

2582
Letter dated April 2, 1964, from FBI to Commission, attaching FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Jean L. Hill at Dallas, Tex. (CD 711).
853-854

2583
Letter dated August 5, 1964, from FBI to Commission, attaching report dated July 29, 1964, concerning Dallas Police Department.(CD 1357).
855-856

2584
Letter dated July 27, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning palm print taken from assassination rifle (CD 1308).
857

2585
FBI report dated June 3, 1964, on claims made in book "Who Killed Kennedy" by Thomas G. Buchanan (CD 1036).
857-862

2586
Official Marine Corps report of investigation of circumstances surrounding the death of Pvt. Martin D. Schrand on January 5, 1958(CD 492, pp. 2-12).
862-867

2587
FBI report dated July 9, 1964, of telephone interviews with Warren A. Reynolds at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1249).
867-869

2588
FBI report dated June 15. 1964, of interview of Warren A. Reynolds at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1245, p. 168).
869

2589
FBI report dated March 23, 1964, of investigation of possible relationship between attack on Warren A. Reynolds and assassination of President Kennedy (CD 688).
870-872

2590
FBI report pertaining to newspaper article on attack on Warren A. Reynolds (CD 897, p. 416).
873

2591
FBI report dated November 30, i963, of interview of Robert J. E. Hughes at Dallas, Tex. (CD 735, p. 6).
873

2592
Secret Service report dated August 5, 1964, on distances between certain points in Dallas, Tex. (CD 1376, 88 control No. 1722).
874

2593
Letter dated August 21, 1964, from FBI to Commission pertaining to an alleged eyewitness of the murder of J. D. Tippit (CD 1418).
874-875

2594
Letter dated May 6, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning re-interview of Mrs. Jean L. Hill.
875

2595
Photo of Marina Oswald in Minsk (FBI item B1-1).
876

2596
Photo of Marina Oswald with her Uncle Vasily Aksionov and Aunt Lubova Aksionova (FBI item B3-3).
876

2597
Photo of Marina Oswald’s Uncle Vasily Aksionov and Aunt Lubova Akslonova (FBI item B3-4).
877

2598
Photo of Marina Oswald and her Uncle Vasily Aksionov and AuntLubova Aksionova (FBI item B3-5).
877

2599
Photo of Marina Oswald on train leaving Russia. (FBI item B3-6).
878

2600
Photo of Marina Oswald in Minsk (FBI item B3-S).
878

2601
Photo of Marina Oswald’s Uncle Vasily Aksionov and Aunt Lubova Aksionova (FBI item B3-9).
879

2602
Photo of Eleanor Zieger and Anatole who is holding June Oswald.(FBI item BS-10).
879

2603
Photo of Marina Oswald and her Uncle Vasily Aksionov and Aunt Lubova Aksionova (FBI item B3-14).
880

2604
Photo of Larissa Petrovana Petrusevich and her cousin, believed named Valentin (last name unknown) (FBI item B3-18).
880

2605
Photo of Larissa Petrovana Petrusevich and Marina Oswald (FBI 881 item B3-20).
881

2606
Photo of river scene at Minsk, taken from Oswalds’ apartment (FBI item B3-23).
881

2607
Photo of river scene at Minsk, taken from Oswalds’ apartment (FBI item B3-24).
882

2608
Photo of Marina Oswald, Valentin (last name unknown), and Larissa Petrovana Petrusevich (FBI item B3-32).
882

2609
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald, Pavel Golovachev, Rosa (Intourist guide in Minsk and friend of Lee Harvey Oswald), and Ella German, friend of Lee Harvey Oswald in Minsk (FBI item D33-10).
883

2610
Photo of Lee Harvey, Marina Oswald and Marina Oswald’s Aunt Lubova Aksionova (FBI item 33-13).
883

2611
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald, Anita Zieger, and Mrs. Zieger (FBI item D33-22).
884

2612
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald and Alfred (last name unknown) (FBI item D33-24).
884

2613
Photo of the Palace of Culture in Minsk, where Lee Harvey and Marina Oswald met (FBI item 33-29)
885

2614
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald, Mrs. Zieger, and Anita Zieger (FBI item D33-30).
885

2615
Photo of June Oswald, Marina Oswald, and Mrs. Zieger in Oswald’s apartment in Minsk (FBI item D33-3 1).
886

2616
Photo of Anita Zieger and Lee Harvey Oswald in Minsk (FBI item D33-32).
886

2617
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald in Minsk (FBI item D33-33).
887

2618
Photo of Pavel Golovachev in Minsk (FBI item D33-38).
887

2619
Photo of Pavel Golovachev In Minsk (FBI item D33-39).
888

2620
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald and Pavel Golovachev in the Oswalds’ apartment in Minsk (FBI item D33-40).
888

2621
Photo of Lariss A Petrovana Petrusevich and Marina Oswald (FBI item D33-47).
889

2622
Photo of Marina, June, and Lee Harvey Oswald in Minsk (FBI item B3-19).
889

2623
Photo of the Oswalds with Marina’s Uncle Vasily Aksionov and Aunt Lubova Akalonova (FBI Item B3-2).
890

2624
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald with Anatole (last name unknown) and Alexander Romanovich Zieger (FBI Item B3-7).
890

2625
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald (in dark glasses) with fellow workers and TV factory (FBI Item D33-40).
891

2626
Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald with Intourist guide Rosa Agafanovna, and language instructor in Minsk during 1960 (FBI Item D33-27)
891

2627
Photo of Palace of Culture in Minsk (FBI item D82-4)
892

2628
Photo of the Oswalds,their child, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Romanovich Zieger, and Eleanor Zieger (FBI item D33-5).
892

2629
Photo of the Oswalds on the train departing Russia for the United States (FBI Item B3-30).
893

2630
Photo of apartment building in which Oswalds resided in Minsk (FBI item D33-25).
893

2631
Photo of Oswald being moved through third floor corridor, Dallas Police Department.
894

2632
Photo of press interview with Chief Curry in third floor corridor, Dallas Police Department.
894

2633
Photo of scene in third floor corridor of Dallas Police Department.
895

2634
Photo of scene in areaway outside jail office immediately before shooting, Sunday, November 24, 1963.
895

2635
Photo of Ruby in basement immediately before shooting, Sunday, November 24, 1963.
896

2636
Photo of Jack Ruby shooting Oswald, Sunday, November 24, 1963.
896

2637
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission attaching photograph showing comparison of irregularities on lift of palmprint from barrel of rifle and on rifle barrel itself.
897

2638
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning residence of Lee Harvey Oswald In Mexico, D.F., Mexico, and Trassportes del Norte bus ticket.
898

2639
Letter dated September 4, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning Interview with Roland Barrios, former employee of the Chihua-huenses Travel Agency, Mexico, D.F., Mexico.
898

2640
FBI report dated September 2, 1964, of interview of Roy Truly at Dallas, Tex.
899

2641
FBI report dated April 3, 1964, of interview of Roy Milton Jones at Dallas, Tex. (CD 733).
899-901

2642
FBI report dated February 25, 1964, of interview of Director of Dallas Public Library at Dallas, Tex. (CD 735, pp. 402-403).
901-902

2643
"Demo Ranks Split on JFK Luncheon" Dallas Times Herald,Dallas, Tex., Friday, November 15, 1963, pages A-23, A-28.
902

2644
FBI reports dated March 25 and 26, 1964, of investigation concerning Arnold Louis Rowland (CD 897, pp. 65-76).
903-908

2645
FBI report dated June 15, 1964, concerning whereabouts of police cars subsequent to assassination (CD 1108).
909-915

2646
"Demo Factions To Be Pacified, Salinger Says" and "JFK Time-table" Dallas Times Herald, Dallas, Tex., Wednesday, November20, 1963, page 18-A.
916

2647
"New Fuss Erupts Over JFK Tickets" and "Showers Possible for JFK," Dallas Times Herald, Dallas, Tex., Thursday, November 21,1963, pages A-1, A-18.
917-918

2648
Letters dated August 22 and July 6, 1963, from Eugene John Murret to Lee Harvey Oswald.
919

2649
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Eugene John Murret and others at Mobile, Ala. (CD 24, 1-17).
920-927

2650
Secret Service report dated December 10, 1963, and FBI report dated February 25, 1964, of checks of public libraries in New Orleans, La., and Dallas, Tex., and a list of books known to have been checked out by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 87, SS control No.564 and CD 735, pp. 402-403).
928-931

2651
Letter dated July 28, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning results of Ruby polygraph.
931

VOLUME XXVI

Exibit No.
Description
Page

2652
FBI report dated April 1, 1964, of investigation concerning history books read by Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 778, pp. 1-4).
1-2

2653
Affidavit of Byron Phillips, dated March 13, 1962, taking responsibility for support of Marina Oswald upon her entry into the United States (CD 363, p. 17).
3

2654
U.S. Consul’s Certificate of Acknowledgement of Execution of an Instrument, dated May 24, 1962, pertaining to execution by Oswald of documents in Russia (CD 363, pp. 18-20).
4-5

2655
Letter dated April 27, 1964, from Travelers Aid Society to Commission with enclosures re Lee Harvey Oswald and his family (CD 855).
5-10

2656
Immigrant visa and alien registration for Marina Oswald, dated June 13, 1962 (CD 363, p. 15).
11

2657
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare memorandum dated June 15, 1962, re repatriation inquiry on Lee Oswald and family (CD 882, p. 9).
12

2658
Letter dated April 2,1962, from U.S. Marine Corps to Lee Oswald in Minsk (CD 1114, 11-24).
12

2659
State Department memorandum dated November 2, 1959, re Lee Harvey Oswald being notified of telegram from his brother (CD 1114, IX-14).
13

2660
State Department memorandum dated January 24, 1962, concerning funds for the Oswalds’ return to the United States (CD 1114, V-22).
13

2661
Application for review of discharge or separation from the Armed Forces of the United States filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on June 18, 1962, with brief in support of application (CD 1114, 11-18 and 11-19).
14-17

2662
Fingerprint record of Marina Oswald, dated May 24, 1962 (CD 363, pp. 27-28).
18

2663
Letter dated February 23, 1962, from John Connally to Lee Harvey Oswald, notifying him his letter of January 30 has been referred to Navy Department (CD 1114, 11-30).
19

2664
Transmittal of papers pertaining to Oswald from American Embassy in Moscow to State Department (CD 1115, XIII-1 to 3).
19-20

2665
FBI reports dated December 4, 1963, concerning passenger records of steamship on which Oswald sailed from New Orleans, La., to Le Havre, France (CD 6, pp. 304-306).
21-22

2666
State Department transmittal slip dated April 3, 1961, enclosing correspondence between Marguerite Oswald and American Embassy, Moscow (CD 1115, XIII-13).
22-24

2667
FBI report dated March 31, 1964, on George De Mohrenschildt and Jeanne De Mobrenschildt (CD 805).
24-25

2688
Secret Service memorandum dated May 25, 1964, concerning inspection of area around intersection of Zangs and Beckley Streets, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1093).
25-26

2669
FBI report dated July 6, 1962, of interview of Lee Harvey Oswald, at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 9, p. 11).
26

2670
Memorandum dated September 11, 1964, from CIA to Commission concerning Soviet hunting societies (CD 1479o).
27

2671
Excerpt from unofficial inventory of physical evidence concerning Lee Harvey Oswald in possession of FBI (CD 345, p. 21).
27

2672
FBI report dated January 13, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Robert (Vada) Oswald at Denton, Tex. (CD 329, p. 197).
28

2673
FBI reports dated December 3 and 4, 1963, of interviews of Lewis E. Hopkins at New Orleans, La. (CD 6, pp. 302-303).
29

2674
FBI report dated January 15, 1964, of interview of Frank M. Mijares, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 336, p. 13).
30

2675
Secret Service report dated February 28, 1964, of interview of Billy Joe Lord at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin, Tex. (CD 498, SS control No. 1205, three pages).
30-31

2676
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission regarding Lee Harvey Oswald’s stay in Helsinki, October 10-11,1959.
32

2677
Letter dated July 1, 1964, from CIA to Commission concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s arrival time in Helsinki on October 10, 1959 (CD 1201).
32

2678
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Robert J. Fitzpatrick, S.J., at Mobile, Ala. (CD 24, pp. 10-14).
33-35

2679
Statement re Oswald’s speaking engagement at Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala., prepared by Robeit Fitzpatrick (CD 380, pp. 1-2).
35-36

2680
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, relating to four communications from file of International Rescue Committee (CD 144, pp. 3-8).
36-39

2681
Communications between State Department afld American Embassy, Moscow, February 1961 re welfare and whereabouts of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-18 and 19).
39-40

2682
Letter from Lee Oswald in Minak to American Embassy in Moscow, plus Operations Memo from American Embassy to Department of State, dated March 9, 1962, on loan application of Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-83).
40-41

2683
Telegrams between American Embassy, Moscow, and American Embassy, Tokyo re John Pic’s concern about Lee Oswald’s renunciation of U.S. citizenship (CD 1115, XIII-29 and 30).
42

2684
Telegram from American Embassy, Moscow, to Secretary of State, re message from Robert to Lee Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-35).
43

2685
Despatch. dated November 2, 1959, from American Embassy, Moscow, to Department of State, on citizenship of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-38).
43-44

2686
State Department Office of Security correspondence dated March 7, 16, 19, 23, and April 4, 1962, as to citizenship status of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, XI-10).
45-47

2687
Telegram from American Embassy, Moscow, to State Department, re reconsideration of waiver of section 243(g) sanctions fQr Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-53).
47

2688
Letter dated May 8, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, re Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-54).
48

2689
Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration for Marina Oswald, issued on January 11, 1962 (CD 1115, XIII-95).
48

2690
Application for immigrant visa and alien registration for Marina Oswald, dated May 24, 1962 (CD 1115, XIII-96).
49-52

2691
Letter dated September 21, 1964, from FBI to Commission enclosing Russian marriage certificate of Lee and Marina Oswald, with translation (CD 1115, XIII-98).
53-56

2692
Affidavit of support of Marina Oswald executed by Lee H. Oswald, January 14, 1962 (CD 1115, XIII-100).
57

2693
Excerpt from FBI report dated January 17, 1964, of interview of Marina Oswald (CD 329, P. 232).
57

2694
Report of investigation of possible target practice by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Tex., area (CD 778, pp. 5-23).
58-68

2695
"Kennedy Virtually Invites Cuban Coup," Dallas Times Herald (Dallas, Tex.), November 19, 1963, page 1-A.
69

2696
"Repeat of Demonstration For JFK Visit Not Likely," Dallas Times Herald (Dallas, Tex.), October 27, 1963, page A-17.
70

2697
"A Sobering Question," editorial, Dallas Times Herald (Dallas, Tex.), October 27, 1963, page 34-A.
71

2698
Two articles from "Weather Vane," Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Tex.), October 6, 1963, page 3, section 3.
72

2699
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Gladys Yoakum at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 171).
73

2700
Telegram from American Embassy, Moscow, to Secretary of State, is Oswald despatch 234 (CD 1115, XIII-33).
73

2701
Telegram from State Department to American Embassy, Moscow, re Oswald despatch and Oswald’s citizenship (CD 1115, XIII-34).
74

2702
Diplomatic note dated May 24, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow to Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Moscow, re Marina Oswald’s passport and exit visa (CD 1115, XIII-94).
74

2703
Certificate from American Embassy, Moscow, dated May 23, 1962, re unavailability of documents required to accompany application for immigrant visa in case of Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-99).
75

2704
Visa work sheet, dated January 11, 1962, for exit visa No. 471078 (CD 1115, XIII-101).
75

2705
Document dated May 24, 1962, from the American Embassy in Moscow, re clinical test for Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-103).
76

2706
"Why Do So Many Hate the Kennedys?," Dallas Times Herald (Dallas, Tex.) November 20, 1963, page A-72.
77

2707
Photographs and scale model view of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository, showing location of clipboard, rifle, and cartons at windows.
78

2708
FBI report of interview of Mrs. Joachim Joesten on March 5, 1964, at Jamaica, N.Y.
79

2709
FBI report of information furnished on March 21, 1964, by confidential source abroad of interview of Joachim Joesten at Hamburg, Germany.
79-84

2710
Photo of armored truck at Commerce Street entrance to basement of Police Courts Building, Dallas, Tex.
84

2711
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, relating to log of SS Marion L7Jkea for September 18, 1959, through October 8, 1959 (CD 152, pp. 38-39).
85

2712
FBI report dated December 6, 1963,of interview of Landry Keating,at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, p. 40).
86

2713
FBI report dated March 16, 1964, relating to list of property which belonged to Lee Harvey and Marina Oswald, obtained by Robert Oswald from the home of Ruth Paine, Irving, Tex. (CD 897, pp. 468-470).
86-87

2714
Letter dated September 24, 1964, from State Department to Commission, concerning closing time on Saturday of Soviet consulate in Helsinki during October 1959.
88

2715
Telegrams between American Embassy, Moscow, and Secretary of State, re message from Robert Oswald to his brother Lee (CD 1114, IV-61 to 63).
88-89

2716
Newspaper article, "Forth Worth Defector Confirms Red Beliefs," by Aline Mosby, November 15, 1959 (CD 1240).
90

2717
Lee Harvey Oswald’s handwritten account dated November 15, 1959, of interview with Miss Ailne Mosby, UPI reporter, found among Oswald’s personal effects (FBI exhibits, voL 3, No. 45).
91

2718
FBI report dated April 6, 1964, concerning FBI’s interest in Lee Harvey Oswald before April 1960.
92-99

2719
FBI report dated August 4, 1964, of interview of A. I. Goldberg at New York, N.Y. (CD 1399).
99-100

2720
Memorandum dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission concerning rates of compensation in the USSR.
101

2721
Memorandum dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission concerning financial aid for foreigners in the USSR.
101

2722
Memorandum dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission, re emigration and travel of Soviet nationals.
102

2723
Letter dated March 19, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning paper bag marked "Q-10."
102-103

2724
Letter dated March 26, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning laboratory report on the assassination weapon.
103-104

2725
Letter dated June 16, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning identification of three latent fingerprints on Commission Exhibit No. 644.
104

2726
Letter dated June 17, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning the conclusion that Marina Oswald wrote the signature, "A. J. Hidell" appearing on the Fair Play for Cuba Committee card found in Oswald’s wallet.
105

2727
Memorandum dated September 8, 1964, from Examiner of Questioned Documents, Treasury Department to Commission, concerning hand printing and signature on change of address order apparently signed by Lee H. Oswald.
106

2728
Letter dated June 11, 1964, from FBI to Commission, making certain observations concerning a proposed polygraph examination of Jack Ruby (CD 1325, pp. 1-2).
106-107

2729
Letter dated June 25, 1964, from Commission to FBI, concerning proposed polygraph examination (CD 1326).
107-108

2730
Letter dated July 13, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning proposed polygraph examination (CD 1327, pp. 1-2).
109

2731
FBI interview dated December 6 1963, of interview of M Helen Harwell at Vernon, Tex. (CD 6, pp. 145-146).
110

2732
FBI report dated September 9, 1964, of interview of Opel Stinnett at Dallas, Tex.
111

2733
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission, concorning secret training locations and procedures in the USSR.
111

2734
Operations memorandum from American Embassy, Moscow to American Embassy, Brussels, dated April 23, 1962, on possibility of waiver of sanctions imposed by section 243(g) of Immigration and Naturalization Act in case of Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XI5l-52).
112

2735
Operations memorandum from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department dated March 9, 1962, concerning effect of section 243(g) sanctions in case of Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-66).
112

2736
Telegram to American Embassy, Moscow from State Department concerning loan for Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-67).
113

2737
Telegram from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department concerning allotment of funds for Lee Harvey Oswald’s transportation to United States (CD 1115, XIII-68).
113

2738
Correspondence between State Department and American Embassy, Moscow concerning Oswald’s transportation funds to the United States (CD 1115, XIII-73 to 75).
114-115

2739
Operations memorandum dated January 16, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, concerning citizenship and passport of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-78).
115

2740
Operations memorandum dated January 16, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, concerning visa for Marina Oswald (CD 1115, XIII-79).
116

2741
Communication from Department of State to American Embassy, Moscow, concerning reconsideration of waiver of 243(g) sanctions for Marina Oswald (CD 1114, VIII-8).
116

2742
Operations memorandum dated January 24, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, concerning Lee Oswald’s refusal to return to United States alone (CD 1114, VIII-is).
117

2743
Operations memorandum from State Department to American Embassy, Moscow, dated January 26, 1962, concerning visa for Marina Oswald (CD 1114, VIII-16).
117

2744
Operations memorandum dated January 16, 1962, from American Embassy, Moscow, to Department of State concerning citizenship and passports of the Lee Harvey Oswalds (CD 1114, VIII-17).
118-120

2745
Communication from State Department to American Embassy, Moscow, concerning visa for Marina Oswald (Cl) 1114, VIII-21).
121

2746
Processing record sheet for Marina Oswald (CD1114, VIII-22).
121

2747
Foreign Service despatch from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, dated October 13, 1961, concerning citizenship and passports of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, X-23).
122-123

2748
State Department memorandum of conversation, dated January 26, 1961, between Marguerite Oswald and Department of State, regarding Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, X-51).
124

2749
Foreign Service despatch dated November 2, 1959, from American Embassy, Moscow to State Department, concerning citizenship of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1114, XI-25).
124-125

2750
Telegram from American Embassy, Moscow, to Secretary of State, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s attempt to renounce citizenship (CD 1114, XI-27).
126

2751
Letter dated December 19, 1961, from Immigration and Naturalization Service to State Department, plus attachments, concerning requested classification of Marina Oswald as a nonquota immigrant (CD 363, pp. 71-80).
126-131

2752
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission, concerning communications from the Department of State.
131-132

2753
FBI report dated April 10, 1964, concerning witnesses to Lee Harvey Oswald’s trip to Mexico (CD 834).
132-133

2754
FBI report dated June 12, 1964, re issuance of passport to Oswald on June 25, 1963 (CD 1123).
134-135

2755
FBI report dated June 22, 1964, concerning administrative handling at New Orleans of passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1158).
136

2756
Letter from Department of State to Commission, dated June 29, 1964, concerning transcripts of testimony before Commission of certain State Department officials and enclosing additional information (CD 1174).
137-142

2757
Letter dated July 6, 1964, from State Department to Commission concerning Department’s airgram A-127 (CD 1224).
143

2758
FBI report dated August 23, 1962, of interview of Lee Harvey Oswald at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 10, pp. 4-5).
143-144

2759
Lee Harvey Oswald’s handwritten account of amorous affairs in the USSR, found among Oswald’s personal effects (p. 22 of diary from FBI exhibits, vol. 3, p. 46).
144

2760
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission regarding KGB handling of foreigners in the USSR.
145

2761
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from CIA to Commission regarding acquaintances of the Lee Harvey Oswalds in Minsk.
145

2762
Letter dated September 11, 1964, from CIA to Commission, attaching information on travel by foreigners in USSR (CD 1479b).
146-147

2763
Memorandum dated December 12, 1963, from FBI to State Department, concerning letter intercepted by Secret Service, postmarked & Havana, Cuba, and addressed to Oswald.
148

2764
Memorandum from CIA dated September 17, 1964, to Commission concerning Valeriy Viadimirovich Kostikov (CD 1479a).
149

2765
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from the Chief of the Secret Service to Commission, regarding budget of the Secret Service for fiscal year 1965 (CD 1476).
150

2766
Letter dated May 1, 1964, from International Rescue Committee, Inc., New York, N.Y., to Commission, attaching exchange of correspondence between the Committee and Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 883, 883a, 883b, 883c, 883d).
150-154

1767
FBI report of interview on April 26, 1960, of Marguerite Oswald at Waco, Tex. (CD 8, p. 6).
154

2768
Letter from National Security Agency dated June 16, 1964, to Commission, concerning cryptologists’ report on materials relating to Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1120).
155

2769
Paraphrase of cable from Helsinki to Department of State, regarding Soviet visa application cases when American tourists ask advice of consulates (CD l50lb).
156

2770
Letter dated February 8, 1964, from CIA to Commission, concerning Soviet weapon mentioned in one of Lee Harvey Oswald’s documents (CD 1182).
156

2771
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964 from CIA to Commission, on departure from USSR of Soviet citizens married to foreigners.
157

2772
Letter dated July 24, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning extent to which documentary material collected in connection with the assassination was examined for possible cryptographic significance (CD 1297).
157

2773
Memorandum dated September 4, 1964 from CIA to Commission on length of time required for obtaining Soviet tourist visas in Western Europe in 1964 (CD 1483).
158

2774
Letter dated August 14, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning analysis of handwriting appearing on certain documents apparently written by Lee Harvey Oswald in the Soviet Union (CD 1388).
158-159

2775
Translation of registration of Lee Harvey Oswald for residence in Moscow, October 1959 (CD 735, p. 237).
159

2776
Translation of Soviet tourist visa for Lee Harvey Oswald, dated October 14, 1959 (CD 735, p. 238).
160

2777
FBI report dated February 29, 1964 of interview of Robert Oswald at Denton, Tex. (CD 735, p. 348).
160

2778
FBI report dated February 25, 1964, of interview of Dr. Earl Forrest Rose at Dallas, Tex. (CD 735, pp. 410-411, 419).
161-162

2779
Letters from Oswald to State Department, regarding repaying his loan (CD 1114, XII-16 to 20).
162-184

2780
Paraphrase of cable from Moscow to State Department regarding Soviet visa waiting period (CD iSOla).
165

2781
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Earlene Roberts at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 858).
165

2782
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Arnold Louis Rowland at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 20-25).
166-168

2783
Amended Commission testimony of Barbara Rowland, April 7,1964.
169

2784
Letter dated July 15, 1964, from Henry Wade, district attorney, Dallas County, Tex., to Commission, concerning proposed polygraph test for Jack Ruby (CD 1329).
169

2785
Letter dated May 29, 1964, from Henry Wade, district attorney, Dallas County, Tex., to Commission, together with report dated May 15, 1964, by Dr. R. L. Stubblefleld (CD 1324, 1324c).
170-173

2786
Letter dated July 16, 1964, from FBI to Clayton Fowler, copy of which was transmitted to the Commission (CD 1328).
173-174

2787
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from FBI to Commission, transmitting FBI reports dated August 25 and 28, 1964, concerning claims of Ernesto Lima Juarez (CD 1476, 1476a, 1476b).
174-177

2788
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken after his return from Russia in late September 1963 (FBI item 451-4).
177

2789
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Leonard Edwin Hutchison at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 629-632).
178-179

2790
FBI report dated July 1, 1964, of interview of George Senator at New York, N.Y. (CD 1232).
179

2791
Photograph of twistboard brochure, front and back.
180

2792
FBI report dated June 6, 1964, of interview of Clarence Aubry Summers at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1121, pp. 54-56).
181-182

2793
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of Andrew Armstrong at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 495).
182

2794
Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, of investigation of Pixie Lynn, also known as Helen K. Smith, at Houston, Tex. (CD 87, 88 control No. 539, p. 1).
183

2795
Secret Service report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Pixie Lynn, also known as Helen K. Smith, at Houston, Tex. (CD 320, 88 control No. 675, p. 1).
184-185

2796
FBI report of investigation of Joseph E. Field allegation of seeing Jack Ruby, Lee Harvey Oswald, Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald, and Robert Oswald in beer bar in Los Angeles, Calif., in April 1963 (CD 856, p. 75).
185

2797
FBI report of interview of Lee Hall and Barney T. White on November 28, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 589).
186

2798
FBI report of investigation of claim by Vernon M. Riegel that Ruby and Oswald were associated (CD 105, pp. 333-334; 337-338).
186-188

2799
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Leon H. Worth at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 794).
188

2800
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Joe R. Franklin at Huntsville, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 587-588).
189

2801
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Roy McWhorter at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 415).
190

2802
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of investigation of telephone call received from Thornton Caine advising that he observed Lee Oswald and Jack Ruby in Tupelo, Miss. (CD 104, pp. 386-387).
190-191

2803
FBI report on interview of Donald Alvin Hutchinson on December 18, 1963, and report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Martha Hutehinson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 275-278).
191-193

2804
FBI report date December 20, 1963, of interview of Dr. Samuel Lewis Scothorn at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 337).
193

2805
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of John W. Mashek at Washington, D.C. (CD 86, p. 593).
194

2806
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Bonnie Bucholts at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 579); FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of George H. Edwards at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 580-581); FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Donald E. Turland at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 583); FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Tony Catarine at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 408).
194-196

2807
FBI report dated November 28, 1963, of interview of George A. Bouhe at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 397-398).
197

2808
FBI reports of investigation of rumors that Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby were homosexuals (CD 441, pp. 54-63).
198-202

2809
FBI report of investigation at Oklahoma City, Okla., of alleged meeting between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald and an attorney (CD 23, pp. 6-7).
203

2810
FBI report of investigation of alleged statements by Mrs. Muriel Smith predicting the assassination (CD 111, pp. 10-24).
204-210

2811
FBI report of interview on November 25, 1963, of Jack Sparkman at Tulsa, Okla. (CD 23, pp. 5-6).
211

2812
FBI report dated August 10, 1964, of investigation of rumor that Oswald and Jack Ruby spent a week with two Cubans in New Orieans, La., in July 1963 (CD 1436, pp. 1-3).
211-212

2813
FBI reports of investigation of rumors that Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey and Marina Oswald visited a cafe together in Willow City or Kerrville, Tex. (CD 1352, pp. 4-39).
213-230

2814
FBI report of investigation of rumor that Lee Harvey Oswald drove a Cadillac for Jack Ruby; and FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Ruby Gross at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 375-382; CD 4, p. 612).
231-234

2815
FBI report of investigation of rumor that Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald had eaten together at the Eatwell Cafe in Dallas, Tex. (CD 64, p. 3; CD 7, pp. 459-461).
235-236

2816
Testimony of Arnold Clyde Gadash at Ruby trial (Trial, 1503-1516).
237-243

2817
FBI report dated June 24, 1964, of interview of Beatrice Hecht at Queens, N.Y. (CD 1194).
244

2818
FBI report dated February 3, 1964, concerning Rex Harding Basinger at Lake City, Ark. (CD 441, pp. 18-22).
244-246

2819
FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Floyd Lester Wheller at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, pp. 298-300); FBI reports of investigation of various rumors linking Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 86, pp. 584-586).
247-249

2820
FBI report of investigation of John Laurell Ford concerning his alleged acquaintance with Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 4, p. 833); FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of John L. Ford at Monroe, La. (CD 4, pp. 814-818); FBI investigation of John L. Ford (CD 223, pp. 383-384).
250-253

2821
FBI report of investigation of claim that Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald were seen together at Carousel Club (CD 86, pp. 559-575).
254-261

2822
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Carl L. Maynard at Burbank, Calif. (CD 4, pp. 354-356).
262-263

2823
FBI reports dated June 10, 1964, of interviews of Minnie Sweat at Dallas, Tex., and of Wanda Helmick at Irving, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 190-192).
263-264

2824
FBI report dated January 7, 1964, of interview of Sidney Edward Voebel at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, p. 176).
265

2825
FBI report of investigation of letter received by Jack Ruby following the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald, postmarked Portland, Oreg. (CD 302, pp. 174-175).
265-266

2826
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of William Wesley Upperman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 369).
266

2827
FBI report of investigation of information furnished by Mrs. Margaurite Tilton (CD 223, pp. 361-362).
267

2828
FBI report dated December 16, 1963, of interview of Robert J. Sparks at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 104, p. 152).
268

2829
FBI report of investigation of claim that Oswald and Ruby were together at Vegas Club (CD 84, pp. 248-252).
268-270

2830
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Robert Kermit Patterson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 797-800).
271-272

2831
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of William F. Simmons at Irving, Tex. (CD 4, p. 545).
273

2832
FBI report of interviews with individuals living in the immediate vicinity of Ruth Paine for possible acquaintance with Jack Ruby (CD4 pp.610,824,825).
273-274

2833
FBI reports dated November 25 and 26, 1963, of interviews of Michael Paine and Ruth Paine at Irving, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 826-827) and of review of contents of three small metal boxes turned over to Dallas police by Mrs. Michael (Ruth) Paine on November 22, 1963 (CD 4, p. 828).
275-276

2834
FBI report dated July 21, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Donald (Wanda) Helmick at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1323, pp. 1-2).
276-277

2835
FBI report dated July 17, 1964, of investigation of files of local and State authorities in Indiana to determine whether Jack Rubenstein or certain other persons were listed as "subversives" (CD 1277, pp. 1-6).
277-280

2836
FBI report dated Augnst 24, 1964, of interview of Robert L. Norton at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1434, pp. 1-3).
280-281

2837
FBI report dated April 25, 1964, of interview of George William Fehrenbach at Medford, Oreg. (CD 914, p. 83).
282

2838
FBI report dated April 16, 1964, of interview of George William Fehrenbach at Medford, Oreg. (CD 856, pp. 86-90).
282-284

2839
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Morton Pasol at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 98).
285

2840
FBI report dated April 13, 1964 of interview of Morton Pazol at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 99).
285

2841
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Dr. Morton Standt at Muncie, lad. (CD 856, p. 100).
286

2842
FBI report dated July 13, 1964, of interview of George Wfliiam Fehienbach at Medford, Oreg. (CD 1276, pp. 1-2).
286-287

2843
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of information volunteered by George William Fehrenbach at Ashland, Oreg. (CD 30, pp. 3-5).
287-288

2844
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Capt. Fred Denny at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 93).
289

2845
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Rex Floyd Gelly at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 95).
289

2846
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Ernest Faye Flatter at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 96).
290

2847
FBI report dated April 13, 1964, of interview of Herbert Pasol at Muncie, hid. (CD 856, p. 97).
290

2848
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Irwin Berke at North Hollywood, Calif. (CD 84, pp. 52-54).
291-292

2849
FBI report dated April 20, 1964, of interview of Irwin Berke at North Hollywood, Calif. (CD 856, p. 114).
292

2850
FBI report dated April 20, 1964, of interview of Rosylin Berke at North Hollywood, Calif. (CD 856, p. 115).
293

2851
FBI report dated April 22, 1964, of interview of Benjamin J. Kanter at Chicago, Ill. (CD 914, p. 81).
293

2852
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Lawson L. Jaffe at Dayton, Ohio (CD 856, pp. 103-104).
294

2853
FBI report dated April 15, 1964, of interview of Seymour Chazin at Chicago, Ill. (CD 856, p. 107).
295

2854
FBI report dated April 20, 1964, of interview of Seymour Chasin at Highland Park, Ill. (CD 856, p. 112).
295

2855
FBI report dated April 20, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Charlotte (Seymour) Chazin at Highland Park, Ill. (CD 856, p. 113).
296

2856
FBI report dated April 30, 1964, of interview of George William Fehrenbach at Medford, Oreg. (CD 1121, p. 3).
296

2857
FBI report dated July 9, 1964, at Chicago, Ill., of interviews of several members of the Communist Party to determine whether Jack Ruby or Jack Rubenstein was a member at any time (CD 1319, (six pages).
297-299

2858
FBI report dated April 15, 1964, of interview of person familiar with membership of Communist Party in Chicago, Ill. (CD 856, p. 109).
300

2859
FBI report of interview conducted September 18, 1951, of Jacob Harold Bonshire at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 101).
300

2860
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Lt. William Gaillot at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 390).
301

2861
FBI report dated April 13 1964 of Milton M. Hiller at Muncie, Ind. (CD 856, p. 102).
301

2862
FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Leonard Edwin Hutchinson at Irving, Tex. (CD 106, p. 286).
302

2863
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of investigation of alleged subversive background of Jack Ruby, including report dated July 31, 1964, of Jack Rubenstein at New York, N.Y. (CD 152, pp. 2-6; CD 441, pp. 64-65; and CD 1371, pp. 1-2).
302-306

2864
FBI report dated December 30, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Thelma Marks at Gary, Ind.; FBI reports dated January 9 and 14, 1964, of interviews of Sidney Marks at New York, N.Y. (CD 360, pp. 109-111).
307-308

2865
Analysis of long distance telephone calls by Earl R. Ruby from September 25 through November 31, 1963 (pp. 28-40).
308-314

2866
FBI report of interview of Leo Blumin on December 2, 1963, at Perth Ainboy, NJ. (CD 914, p. 68).
315

2867
FBI reports dated February 27, 1964, through April 17, 1964, of investigation of statement by Morris Tannehill concerning Jack Ruby’s alleged association with Communists (CD 914, pp. 71-76).
315-318

2868
FBI checkout of reported information that Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald had been in the American Civil Liberties Union (CD 856, pp. 76-77).
318-319

2869
Secret Service report dated December 5, 1963, of investigation of allegation that Jack Ruby was a Communist sympathizer (CD 87, SS control No. 466, pp. 1-2). Secret Service report dated December 16, 1963, of investigation re Jack Ruby’s status as a Communist (CD 320, 55 control No. 702, pp. 1-2). FBI report of interview of Annabelle Phelan on January 3,1964, at Oklahoma City, Okla. (CD 360, p. 112). FBI reports dated January 9, 1964, of interviews of Carl William Carlson and Mrs. Carl William Carliton at Dallas, Tex. (CD 302, pp. 79-80).
319-322

2870
FBI report dated December 11,1963, of interview of Walter James Canton, Jr., at Superior, Wis. (CD 97, pp. 4-5).
323

2871
FBI report of interview of Mrs. Natalie Reeves on November 24, 1963, at Tacoma, Wash. (CD 62, p. 13).
324

2872
FBI report of investigation of anonymous telephone call on November 24, 1963, concerning Jack Ruby’s alleged association with a Morris Adelman (CD 856, pp. 116-118).
324-325

2873
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Capt. William Stevens at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 391).
326

2874
FBI report dated July 7, 1964, at Oklahoma City, OkIa., reflecting investigation concerning attempted killing of Gen. Edwin Walker (CD 1248).
326-329

2875
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Donnie Voorhis at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 187).
329

2876
FBI reports dated December 20 and 23, 1963, of interviews at Dallas, Tex., and Lubbock, Tex., concerning possible connection between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 106, pp. 280, 284, 291, 295).
330-331

2877
FBI report of investigation conducted December 10-16, 1963, of anonymous telephone call received by Bill Hampton to effect that subscriber to post office box 765 in Irving, Tex., had information concerning Oswald and Ruby (CD 105, pp. 335, 336).
332

2878
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Lennie L. Brown at Midwest City, Okla. (CD 86, pp. 402-403).
333

2879
FBI report of interview of Alvin Harrington on December 4,1963, at Galveston, Tex. (CD 302, p. 180).
334

2880
FBI reports dated December 5, 1963, of interviews of Alexander E. James III, and Jerry Callahan at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, pp. 187-188); FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Charles F. Murret at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, p. 193); FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Charles F. Murret at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, p. 194); FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of John M. Murret at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, p. 195); FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of William George Gaudet by telephone at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 649); and FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Lorenzo Borenstein at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, p. 650).
334-337

2881
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Linnie Mae Randle at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 359).
338

2882
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Wanda Joyce Killam at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 194).
338

2883
FBI report dated December 23, 1963, of interview of John Carter at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 282).
339

2884
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Donald C. Stuart at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 806).
339

2885
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Donald C. Stuart at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 804-805).
340

2886
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Charles Arndt at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 807).
341

2887
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Morton William Newman at Dallas, Tex. (CD 85, pp. 460-462).
341-342

2888
FBI report dated July 10, 1964 of interview of Connie Trammel Penny at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1306, pp. 103-104).
343

2889
FBI reports dated June 17-19, 1964, of interviews concerning Wilburn W. Litchfleld at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1 147b, pp. 1-4.)
344-345

2890
FBI report dated July 20, 1964, at St. Louis, Mo., of investigation of William MeEwan Duff (CD 1316d).
345

2891
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item D33-1S).
346

2892
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item 451-7).
346

2893
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald as a boy at the Bronx Zoo in New York, N.Y. (FBI item D33-9).
347

2894
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald as a marine (FBI item 6, p. 3).
347

2895
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Marcelle Madden at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 388-389).
348

2896
Secret Service report dated May 5, 1964, of inquiries in Miami concerning Father Walter MacHsnn, and other matters (CD 946, 55 control No. 1476, pp. 1-3).
349

2897
FBI report of statement of Floyd Davison March 15, 1964, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 897, p. 115).
350

2898
FBI report dated March 18, 1964, of interview of Michael Bently Murph at Dallas, Tex., and reports of investigation into opportunities to practice shooting in and around Dallas (CD 897, pp. 116-124).
350-354

2899
FBI reports dated December 5, 1963, of interviews of Dr. J. D. Andrews and Mrs. Thelma Massarmni at New Orleans, La. (CD 126, pp. 26-28).
355-356

2900
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Sgt. R. M. Davis, U.S. Army, retired, at New Orleans, La. (CD 126, pp.34-35).
356-357

2901
FBI report dated December 6 1963 0f interview of Eva Springer at New Orleans, La. (CD 126, p. 36).
357

2902
FBI report dated June 9, 1964, of interview of Orest Pena at New Orleans, La. (CD 1203a, pp. 13-16).
358-359

2903
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Waddell Robertson at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 92-93).
360

2904
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of statement of Maj. Leon Powers, assistant chief of police, Irving, Tex. (CD 205, p. 95).
361

2905
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, concerning three cartridges made available by the Secret Service (CD 205, p. 98).
361

2906
FBI report of interview of Larry Lynn Clark on December 9, 1963, at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 205, p. 99).
362

2907
FBI report dated July 30, 1964, of interview of Annie Laurie Odio at Miami, Fla. (CD 1391).
362-363

2908
Secret Service report dated February 10, 1964, concerning checks at Dallas Gun Club and Trinity Gun Club at Dallas, Tex. (CD 379, 55 control No. 1039).
363-364

2909
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Garland C. Slack at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 236-238).
364-365

2910
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Malcom Howard Price at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 239-240).
366

2911
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of B. G. Moses at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 241).
367

2912
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Dr. Homer Wood at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 242).
367

2913
FBI report dated December 4,1963, of interview of Sterling Wood at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 243-245).
368-369

2914
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Sterling Wood at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 246).
369

2915
FBI report of interview conducted on December 5, 1963, of Kenneth Longley at Huntsville, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 247-248).
370

2916
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Charles Camplen at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 249-250).
371

2917
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of James F. Dale at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 251-252).
372

2918
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Dr. Donald Dale Whitcomb at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 100-101).
373

2919
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of James E. Wheeles, at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 205, p. 102).
374

2920
FBI report of investigation concerning shell casings furnished by L.V. Freddy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 103).
374

2921
FBI report dated December 14, 1963, of interview of Floyd Guy Davis at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 104).
375

2922
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of James Thompson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 105-106).
375-376

2923
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Gerald Spencer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 110).
376

2924
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Dan Spencer at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 111).
377

2925
FBI report of records search on December 6, 1963, for owner of automobile bearing Texas license No. PU 7862 (CD 205, p. 114).
377

2926
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Johnnie Bowling at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 115).
378

2927
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Robert L. Goodwin at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 116).
378

2928
FBI report dated December 10,1963, of interview of Mrs. Virginia Goodwin at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 205, p. 117).
379

2929
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Malcom H. Price at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 118).
379

2930
FBI report of investigation conducted on December 12, 1963, concerning Kenneth Ray Crawley (CD 205, p. 119).
380

2931
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of John King, editor, Dallas Morning News, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 120).
380

2932
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Michael Paine at Irving, Tex. (CD 205, p. 121).
381

2933
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Maj. Leon Powers, assistant chief of police, Irving, Tex. (CD 7, p. 253).
381

2934
FBI report dated December 7 1963 of interview of Billy Lee Beard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 254-255).
382

2935
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Barry Beard at Irving, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 256-257).
383

2936
FBI report dated, December 2 1963, of interview of Buell Wesley Frazier at Irving, Tex. (CD 7, pp. 294-297).
384-385

2937
Letter dated April 1, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning delivery of Oswald’s unemployment check to his post office box (CD 701).
385

2938
FBI report dated March 21, 1964, at San Antonio, Tex., concerning mail from Austin, Tex., to New Orleans, La. (CD 701a, pp. 1-2).
386-387

2939
FBI report dated March 25, 1964, at New Orleans, La., concerning employee records at Winn-Dixie store, and other matters (CD 701b, pp. 1-3).
387-388

2940
FBI report dated March 24, 1964, at Houston, Tex., concerning records of Houston Post Office on mail from Austin, Tex., to New Orleans, La. (CD 701c, pp. 1-3).
389-390

2941
Letter dated September 9, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning recontacting Mrs. Virginia Louise Davis of Dallas, Tex., and attached reports of interviews with Mrs. Davis and her husband.
390-400

2942
FBI report dated August 5, 1964, concerning results of interview with Annie Laurie Odio.
401

2943
Letter dated May 5, 1964, from Secret Service to Commission, concerning interview of Father Walter J. McChann.
402-405

2944
FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Lovell T. Penn at Cedar Hill, Tex. (CD 7, p. 267).
406

2945
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Charles G. Stokes at New Orleans, La. (CD 152, p. 34).
406

2946
FBI report of investigation of alleged plot by Chinese Communists and Fidel Castro to bring about the assassination (CD 227, pp. 7-12).
407-409

2947
FBI report dated January 23, 1964, at Miami, Fla., of interviews with Cuban exiles (CD 378, pp. 1-11).
410-414

2948
FBI report dated January 23, 1964, of interview of Homobono Alcaras Aragon at Colonia Narvarte, Mexico (CD 422).
415-417

2949
FBI report dated January 13, 1964, of interview of Ylario Rogas Villanueva at Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico (CD 655).
417-419

2950
FBI report dated March 27, 1964, concerning letter received by wife of Gilberto W. Pdipich Sariol (CD 768, pp. 1-5, 8-10).
420-423

2951
FBI report dated March 30, 1964, of interview of Jerry Buchanan at Fairhope, Ala. (CD 810).
424-425

2952
Letter dated May 26, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning testimony furnished to the Commission by Carlos Bringuier (CD 984).
426-427

2953
FBI report relating to article appearing February 2, 1964, in Spanishlanguage magazine, "Bohemia Internacional," with translation of article (CD 984a, pp. 23-29).
427-430

2954
Speech by Fidel Castro, November 29, 1963, entitled "Castro Talks to University Students" (CD 984f).
431-433

2955
FBI report dated May 15, 1964, on interview of Dr. Herminjo PortellVila, Washington, D.C., concerning his article in the December 22, 1963, issue of the Spanish-language weekly magazine "Bohemia Libre" (CD 984g).
434-436

2956
Letter dated May 14, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning alleged letter from Justice Department official to Dallas Police chief.
436

2957
FBI report dated December 9, 1963, of interview of Mitchell Scibor at Chicago, Ill. (CD 149, p. 3).
437

2958
FBI reports dated June 4 and 5, 1964, of interviews of Walter Kirk Coleman at Dallas, Tex., and notation of discrepancies between Dallas Police Department report concerning attempted shooting of Gen. Edwin Walker and facts as revealed in FBI reports (CD 1245, pp. 105-109, 116-118).
437-441

2959
Secret Service report dated December 3, 1963, concerning unnamed American white male at Chicago, Ill. (CD 87, SS control No. 336).
441-442

2960
"Connally Tells JFK Texas for Democrats," Dallas Morning News, October 5, 1963 (CD 320).
442

2961
Letter dated September 11, 1964, from FBI to Commission concerning schedules of Continental Trailways and Greyhound bus lines from New Orleans, La., to Houston, Tex. (CD 1477).
443

2962
FBI report relating to Greyhound bus schedules leaving New Orleans, La., going to or through Houston, Tex. (CD 231, p. 3).
443

2963
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald at about time of his defection.
444

2964
Four photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald after his arrest.
445

2965
Photograph of Oswald at press conference in assembly room, Friday night, November 22, 1963.
446

2966
Memorandum dated September 15, 1964, from Secret Service to Commission, transmitting two Fair Play for Cuba Committee handbills.
447

2966-A
Fair Play for Cuba Committee handbill on which Lee Harvey Oswald stamped his name.
448

2966-B
Fair Play for Cuba Committee handbill on which Lee Harvey Oswald stamped the name of "A. J. Hidell."
448

2967
Photograph of traffic sign on Main Street in Dallas, Tex., which directs westbound traffic to turn right at Houston Street to gain access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike (CD 822).
449

2968
Letter dated June 2, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning markings indicating number of times cartridges had been loaded into rifle and revolver.
449-450

2969
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Albert Guy Bogard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 214-217).
450-452

2970
FBI report dated December 13, 1963, of interview of Jack A. Lawrence at South Charleston, W. Va. (CD 205, pp. 222-223).
452-453

2971
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Luis Izaguirre, chief of Mexican Immigration at Piedras Negras, Mexico (CD 21,
453

2972
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Arnulfo Vein Arreola, Mexican customs officer at Piedras Negras, Mexico (CD 21, p. 27c).
454

2973
FBI report concerning knowledge of Lee Harvey Oswald by persons familiar with Communist and Cuban activities in New Orleans, La. (CD 6, p. 463).
454

2974
Letter dated August 20, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning certain information regarding assassination rifle (CD 1402, pp. 1-2).
455

2975
FBI report dated December 18, 1963, of interview of Curtis Crowder at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 346).
456

2976
FBI report dated August 14, 1964, concerning interview of Mrs. Gertrude Hunter at Irving, Tex. (CD 1417, pp. 1-3).
456-457

2977
FBI report dated May 19, 1964, of interview of Robert Adrian Taylor at Grand Prairie, Tex. (CD 995a, pp. 1-4).
458-459

2978
Internal Revenue Service report showing analysis of long-distance telephone calls from telephones accessible to Earl Ruby from October 24, 1961, to December 2, 1963 (CD 375, pp. 1-6).
460-462

2979
Secret Service report dated February 4, 1964, of investigation of alleged connection between Ruby family and James Hoffa or the Teamsters Union (CD 386, pp. 12-17).
463-465

2980
Memorandum dated September 15, 1964, from CIA to Commission reporting that CIA ifies have no information on Jack Ruby or his associates (CD 1493); letter dated May 19, 1964, from Commission to CIA, requesting said information; memorandum dated February 24, 1964, from Commission to CIA concerning Jack Ruby (pp. 1-13).
466-473

2981
FBI report dated June 26, 1964, of investigation concerning William McEwan Duff at Fort Sill, Okla. (CD 1316a, pp. 1-13).
473-479

2982
FBI report dated January 25, 1964, of interview of William McEwan Duff at Fort Sill, Okla. (CD 359, pp. 2-4).
480-481

2983
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of interview of Dan Rather at Washington, D.C. (CD 1097, pp. 1-2).
481-482

2984
FBI report of interview of Andrew Armstrong conducted on August 20, 1964, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1439, pp. 2-3).
482-483

2985
FBI report dated May 20, 1964, of investigation concerning Patrolman J. D. Tippit, Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Tex. (CD 1002b, pp. 1-19).
483-492

2986
FBI report date August 21, 1964, of investigation of photographs of Bernard Weissman and J. D. Tippit, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1439, pp. 3-4).
493

2987
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Sgt. C. B. Owens, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 38-39).
494

2988
FBI report dated December 15, 1963, of interview of Russell Douglas Matthews at Irving, Tex. (CD 104, p. 133).
495

2989
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Elizabeth Ann Matthews at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 93).
495

2990
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Karen Green Wrniams at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, p. 406).
496

2991
FBI report dated December 26, 1963, of interview of Edward Rocco at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, pp. 350-357); FBI report dated January 1, 1964, of interview of Robert M. Barrett at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 358); FBI report dated December 31, 1963, of interview of James W. Bcokhout at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p. 359); and FBI report dated January 7, 1964, of interview of Terry A. Friedman at New Orleans, La. (CD 302, p. 177).
496-498

2992
FBI report dated January 1, 1964, concerning photograph allegedly taken at Carousel Club at Dallas, Tex. (CD 223, p 360).
499

2993
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Ray Brantley at Irving, Tex. (CD 4, p. 24).
499

2994
FBI report dated November 24, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Lillian Brantley at Irving, Tex. (CD 4, p. 26).
500

2995
FBI report dated June 19, 1964, of investigation of telephone toll charges identifiable with Bill DeMar at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 207-218).
500-506

2996
FBI report dated June 13, 1964, of investigation of information that Earlene Roberts may have been in San Antonio, Tex., on November 21, 1963 (CD 1111, pp. 1-3).
506-507

2997
FBI report dated December 3, 1963, at Washington, D.C., of information furnished by Attorney Arturo Alcocer Ruiz (pp. 1-3).
508-509

2998
Affidavit of Secret Service Agent Roger C. Warner dated August 4, 1964, regarding his interview of Karen Lynn Bennett Carlin, on November 24, 1963, at Fort Worth, Tex. (CD 1377).
509

2999
FBI report of investigation of persons bearing resemblance to Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 6, pp. 321-323); FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Estelle Jackson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 45-46); FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of telephone call from Dr. Vernon Hammond at McAllen, Tex. (CD 71, p. 35); FBI report dated December 3, 1963, of interview of Estella Garza at MeAllen, Tex. (CD 71, pp. 36-37).
510-513

3000
FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Leslie Lawson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 594-595) and FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Jack Hammond at Dallas, Tex. (CD 104, p. 102).
514-515

3001
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, of investigation of possible acquaintance between Oswald and Ruby (CD 1364, pp. 1-11).
515-520

3002
Autopsy report on Lee Harvey Oswald, November 24, 1963, county medical examiner, Dallas, Tex. (CD 305, eight pages).
520-524

3003
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Harry Boshes at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, p. 17).
525

3004
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Bernadine Coleman at Chicago, Ill. (CD 104, p. 18).
525

3005
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Corinne Burgess at Morgan City, La. (CD 4, p. 669); FBI report of interview of Harold Anton Swanson conducted on November 26, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 434-435); and FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Nona Gray at San Antonio, Tex. (CD 4, p. 391).
526-527

3006
FBI report of interview of James Douglas Watson at Paris, Tex., conducted on December 19. 1963 (CD 360, pp. 151-152); FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Travis Kirk at San Francisco, Calif. (CD 105, p. 102); FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Sam Milkie at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 396-397); FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Douglas Leake at Dallas, Tex. (CD 7, p. 491); and FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of L. H. Jones at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, p. 820).
528-531

3007
FBI report of investigation at Dallas, Tex., of information contained in letter dated November 28, 1963, from Armour E. Kreischer to FBI regarding actions of Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination (CD 205, p. 463).
531

3008
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, of interview of Jack Rubenstein at New York, N.Y. (CD 1472, pp. 23-24).
532

3009
FBI reports of interviews at business establishments in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Tex., concerning possible acquaintance between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1472, pp. 25-33).
533-537

3010
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Harold Zidell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 84, p. 205); FBI report dated December 7, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 596); FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Mary Bledsoe at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 341); FBI report dated December 17, 1963, of interview of Jim W. George at Dallas, Tex. (CD 105, p. 349); FBI report dated December 21, 1963, of interview of Mrs. William Martin Jurek at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, p. 289); FBI reports dated December 21, 1963, of interviews of Mahion F. Tobias, Sr., and Mrs. Mahion F. Tobias, Sr., at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 296-297); and FBI reports of interviews re possible association between Oswald and Ruby (CD 223, pp. 391-400).
537-545

3011
FBI report dated July 15, 1964, of interview of Frank Boerder at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1271).
548

3012
FBI report dated June 11, 1964, of review of toll records of telephone calls made by Lewis J. McWilie from September 26 through December 1, 1963, Las Vegas, Nev. (CD uSia, pp. 1-3).
546-547

3013
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Robert Kermit Patterson at Dallas, Tex. (CD 4, pp. 801-803).
548-549

3014
FBI report dated June 29, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Shirley Weiler at Miami, Fla. (CD 1225).
549

3015
FBI reports dated June 11 and 15, 1964, of activities of George Senator on November 22 and 23, 1963, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 195-203).
550-554

3016
FBI report dated January 23, 1964, of interview of Cliff Roberts at Oklahoma City, Okia. (CD 393, pp. 3-4).
554-555

3017
Report of K. & R. Investigation Service reflecting investigation of William Duff of Dallas, Tex., for Looney, Watts, Looney, Nichols & Johnson (CD 1390a).
555-556

3018
FBI report of investigation of Plastelite Engineering Co., Fort Worth, Tex., manufacturers of "twist board" (CD 914, pp. 9-11).
556-557

3019
FBI report dated December 10, 1963, of interview of Richard Uoyd Adams at Fort Worth, Tex., (CD 86, pp. 108-109).
558

3020
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, at Dallas, Tex., of possible association between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald at Dallas YMCA (CD 86, pp. 389-391).
559-560

3021
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Capt. W. P. Gannaway, Dallas Police Department, at Dallas, Tex., (CD 4, pp. 704-707).
560-562

3022
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Mildred Pitrello at Tampa, Fla. (CD 4, pp. 402-404).
562-563

3023
FBI reports dated June 12 and 15, 1964, of interviews of employees of Eatwell Restaurant at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1193, pp. 117-123).
564-567

3024
FBI reports dated June 15, 16, and 17, 1964, of investigation of activities of George Senator on November 22-24, 1963 (CD 1193, pp. 106-116).
567-572

3025
Letter dated August 4, 1964, from Hon. Robert F. Kennedy to Hon. Earl Warren, .Chief Justice of the United States, and letter dated June 11, 1964, from Chief Justice Earl Warren to Hon. Robert F. Kennedy.
573

3026
Letter dated September 11, 1964, from FBI to Commission, reporting on examination of FBI ifies for possible Communist or subversive activities of Eva Grant, Ralph Paul, George Senator, Breck Wall. Karen Bennett Carlin, Bruce R.. Carlin, Harry N. Olsen, and Kay Helen Coleman.
574

3027
Commission memorandum dated September 22, 1964, regarding telephone interview of George Senator.
574

3028
Letter dated February 12, 1964, from FBI to Commission, to confirm that a copy of photograph shown to Mrs. Marguerite Oswald on November 23, 1963, was delivered to the Commission.
575

3029
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of Alderman at New Orleans, La. (CD 4, pp. 808-809).
575-576

3030
FBI report dated May 25 j964at Little Rock, concerning Michael David Oswald (CD 1004, pp. 1-2).
576-577

3031
FBI report dated February 25, 1964, of polygraph interview of Albert Guy Bogard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 567, pp. 1-2).
577-578

3032
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Miguel Marlano Crus at New Orleans, La. (CD 351, p. 351).
578

3033
Letter dated September 24, 1964, from FBI to Commission, relating to possible subversive activities by Jack Ruby prior to November 24, 1963.
579

3034
Commission memorandum, dated September 21, 1964, pertaining to examination of all FBI reports of possible subversive activities of Jack Ruby and his known associates during 1963.
579

3035
Statement to FBI dated September 23, 1964, by Roy S. Truly, superintendent of the Texas School Book Depository, Dallas, Tex., concerning his activities on November 22, 1963 (CD 1526).
580

3036
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Arturo Volpe Nava at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico (CD 86, p. 449).
581

3037
FBI report in regard to information provided by a confidential informant on September 9, 1963, concerning Oswald’s activities in New Orleans, La. (CD 12, p. 12).
582

3038
Commission memorandum dated September 22, 1964, concerning letter dated January 9, 1964, to Commission from Francis A. Cherry, Subversive Activities Control Board.
582

3039
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Wesley Arthur Wise at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 60-65).
582-585

3040
Letter dated September 21, 1964, from Secretary of Defense to Commission, enclosing affidavit stating that Lee Harvey Oswald was never an informant or agent of any intelligence agency under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense.
585-586

3041
Letter dated January 8, 1964, from John L. McClellan, Chairman, Senate Committee on Government Operations, to Commission, stating that office has no record of Oswald or Ruby.
586

3042
FBI report of laboratory examination of items possessed by Lee Harvey Oswald for possible espionage significance (CD 385, pp. 59-85).
587-590

3043
Testimony of T. R. Apple at Ruby trial (trial, pp. 1534-1542).
590-594

3044
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Tom Apple at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, p. 117).
595

3045
Letter dated August 28, 1964, from Commission to FBI, concerning allegations of Mrs. Silvia 0db of Dallas, Tex.
595-597

3046
FBI report dated June 13, 1964, of interview of Ivan T. Mundy at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1185, pp. 1-2).
597-598

3047
Excerpt from FBI report dated May 18, 1964, on activity of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City, Mexico, between September 27 and October 2, 1963 (CD 1084(e), pp. 157-159).
598-599

3048
KBOX audio reel 1, item 33, November 22, 1963, entitled "News Report From Dallas."
599

3049
Letter dated September 21, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning results of ballistics tests on shells found at various locations in and around Dallas, Tex.
600-602

3050
FBI report of investigation on May 5, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., of photograph allegedly depicting an in4ividual resembling Jack Ruby viewing the Presidential motorcade (CD 1066, pp. 440-443).
602-604

3051
FBI report dated May, 8, 1964, of interview of Dallas Pollce Chief Jesse E. Curry, at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1066, p. 438).
604

3052
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of interview of Glynn Raye Snider at Phoenix, Arlz. (CD 84, pp. 200-201).
605

3053
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mr. Herbert Eden at Sherman Oaks, Call!. (CD 84, pp. 177-179).
606-607

3054
Letter dated January 13, 1964, from the Secret Service to the FBI at Miami, Fla., concerning Jack Ruby’s alleged trip to Cuba (CD 349, SS control No. 828).
607

3055
FBI reports of investigation of allegations made in publication entitled "The Herald of Freedom" (CD 441, pp. 40-48).
608-612

3056
FBI report of investigation at Miami, Fla., of alleged association between Jack Ruby and one Pratkins (CD 916, pp. 4-7).
612-614

3057
FBI report dated December 12, 1963, of interview of James Stevens at Jackson, Mi.. (CD 183, p. 52).
614

3058
FBI reports dated June 18 and 19, 1964, of Investigation of information submitted by Nancy Perrin Rich (CD 1193, pp. 228-233).
615-617

3059
FBI reports of investigation of Nancy Perrin Rich at Dallas, Tex.; Las Vegas and Reno, Nev.; and University City and St. Louis, Mo. (CD 103, pp. 20-36).
617-625

3060
Secret Service report dated June 8, 1964, of investigation of Nancy Perrin Rich (CD 1071, 55 control No. 1578, three pages).
616-627

3061
FBI reports dated November 30, December 3 and 6, 1963, of investigation of Nancy Perrin Rich and of her activities at Hayward and Oakland, Calif. (CD 103, pp. 11, 13-19).
627-631

3062
Letter dated April 16, 1964, from FBI to Commission, forwarding reports on Nancy Elaine Psrrin (Nancy Perrin Rich) dated April 8 and 13, 1964 (CD 779, 779a, 779b).
631-634

3063
FBI report of investigation of allegations that Jack Ruby dealt with Illegal movement of arms to Cuba at Atlanta, Ga., Miami, Fla., and other places (CD 20, pp. 14-16; CD 64.1, pp. 1-2; CD 856, pp. 126-135; CD 914, pp. 88-88, 95-96).
634-643

3064
report of interview on November 25, 1963, with unidentified informant (CD 20, p. 10).
644

3065
reports dated December 3 and 5, 1963, and January 24, 1964, of investigation of claim that Jack Ruby was engaged in Cuban gun running at Islamorada, Fla. (CD 103, pp. 2-10; CD 858, p. 119; 360, pp. 118-119).
644-649

3066
Letter dated April 17, 1964, from FBI to Commission, forwarding FBI report dated April 17, 1964, on Robert Ray MeKeown (CD 797 pp. 1-3).
650-651

3067
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, at Holldaysburg, Pa., of investigation of allegation that Jack Ruby was associated with Cuban refugees in Pennsylvania (CD 53, pp. 6-20).
652-659

3068
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, at Akron, Ohio, of allegation of Marie Stephens concerning conversation overheard between two Cubans (CD 95, pp. 2-5).
659-661

3069
Commission memoranda dated September 23, 1964, re telephone conversations concerning Jack Ruby’s relationship with Russell D. Mathews.
661-662

3070
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of John W. Mashek at Washington, D.C. (CD 84, pp. 253-255).
662-663

3071
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Albert G. Bogard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, pp. 364-365).
664

3072
Notes by Commission staff members on KRLD-TV reels, November 24, 1963, pertaining to man alleged to resemble Ruby and photograph, and to scenes of shooting of Oswald.
665-666

3073
Letter dated October 15, 1964, from FBI to Commission, and attached memorandum dated September 11, 1964, dealing with Oswald’s Mexican guide book and guide map.
667-672

3074
Hotel del Comercio guests who were there at the time of Oswald’s visit to Mexico City.
672-674

3075
Secret Service report dated August 19, 1964, of investigation of Delta Airlines ffights between New Orleans and Dallas on September 25, 1963 (SS control No. 1737, seven pages).
675-678

3076
Statement to FBI dated September 23, 1964, by Marion L. Baker, Dallas Police Department (CD 1527)..
679

3077
FBI report dated September 15, 1964, transmitting FBI report dated September 10, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Garland G. (Lucille) Slack and FBI report dated September 14, 1964, of interview of Buell Wesley Frazier at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1546, pp. 138-140).
680-681

3078
FBI report dated September 12, 1964, of polygraph interview of Albert Guy Bogard, and FBI reports dated September 9, 1964, of Oran Paul Brown at Waxahachie, Tex., and Eugene M. Wilson and Robert V. Teter at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1546, pp. 110-112, 115-118).
682-686

3079
FBI report dated September 17, 1964, of interview of Albert Guy Bogard at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1546, pp. 119-120).
686-687

3080
FBI report dated September 16, 1964, of reinterview of Jack A. Lawrence at South Charleston, W. Va.
687-688

3081
FBI report on Fair Play for Cuba Committee and article captioned "Pro-Castro Body Reports U.S. Gain," New York Times, November 20, 1960 (CD 68, pp. 9-11).
689-690

3082
FBI report on Fair Play for Cuba Committee (CD 45, pp. 4-5).
690-691

3083
FBI report on Fair Play for Cuba Committee, Denver chapter (CD 19, pp. 75-76).
691-692

3084
FBI report on Fair Play for Cuba Committee, and newspaper advertisement captioned "What Is Really Happening in Cuba," New York Times, April 6, 1960 (CD 1020, p. 23).
692

3085
FBI reports dated January 2, 1964, of interviews of Robinson Jones, Leon Schaefier, and Arnold Petersen at New York, N.Y. (CD 251, pp. 6-8).
693-694

3086
Secret Service reports dated August 18 and 19, 1964, of investigation at New Orleans, La., to determine if there is any record of Lee Harvey Oswald having traveled from New Orleans to Dallas, Tex., on September 25, 1963 (88 control Nos. 1725 (three pages), 1726 (three pages), 1727 (three pages)).
694-698

3087
Letter dated September 14, 1964, from FBI to Commission, re allegation that FBI agent in charge of Dallas office made a public statement about a paraffin test performed on Lee Harvey Oswald.
699

3088
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of H. W. Michaelis at Los Angeles, Calif. (CD 7, pp. 229-230).
700

3089
FBI report dated May 6, 1964, of interview of Mrs. Edith Whitworth at Irving, Tex. (CD 1066, pp. 202-203).
701

3090
Commission memorandum dated September 15, 1964, on mileage distances.
702

3091
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Oran Paul Brown at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 218-219).
702-703

3092
FBI report dated December 11, 1963, of interview of Mrs. Oran Paul Brown at Waxahachie, Tex. (CD 205, p. 220).
703

3093
FBI report of telephone interview of Jack Lawrence on November 23, 1963 (CD 205, p. 221).
704

3094
Secret Service report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Dean Andrews, Jr., at New Orleans, La., and other inqdiries(CD 87, 55 control No. 467).
704-705

3095
FBI report ef interview on July 10, 1964, of Francisco Morales at Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico (CD 1480, p. 5).
706

3096
Letter dated September 16, 1964, from FBI to Commission, regarding handwriting examinations conducted on Commission Exhibit Nos. 24, 25, 94, 100, 101, and 1438 (CD 1496).
706

3097
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, concerning certificate of vaccination found in Oswald’s room in Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 134).
707

3098
Affidavit dated September 8, 1964, of Robert J. Korengold, taken In Moscow, transmitted by letter dated September 14, 1964, from State Department to Commission (CD 1491).
707-708

3099
Certified Military Pay Records for Lee Harvey Oswald for the period of October 24, 1956, to September 11, 1959, furnished by the Marine Corps, September 15, 1964.
709-726

3100
Secret Service report dated February 7, 1964, at Washington, D.C., concerning George and Jeanne De Mohrenschlldt (CD 386, pp. 1-3).
726-727

3101
KRLD audio reel 43 "B" item 8, November 24, 1963, entitled, "Interview of Bill DeMar by Dan Rather."
728-729

3102
WFAA reel 2, November 23, 1963, entitled "Wade Talking to Reporters."
729-730

3103
Secret Service report dated May 13, 1964, at Dallas, Tex., concerning investigation of origin of "Wanted for Treason" leaflets (CD 937b, SS control No. 1506, pp. 1-3).
731-732

3104
Secret Service report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Dean Andrews, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 87, Secret Service Control No. 467, pp. 1-2).
732-733

3105
Letter dated June 23, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning laboratory examinations discussed in Special Agent James C. Cadigan’s deposition.
734

3106
Allegation transmitted by American Embassy, Moscow, that Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald both were KGB agents, that Oswald knew Ruby, etc. (CD 1378, a and b).
735-737

3107
Memorandum summarizing report of investigation by cooperating government into claim that assassination had been predicted.
738

3108
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Mrs. C. L. Connell at Dallas, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 640-641).
738-739

3109
Letter dated September 1, 1964, from Post Office Department to Commission, concerning mail deliveries from Austin, Tex., to New Orleans, La.
739-740

3110
FBI report dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Alvey McGaffey at Hutchins, Tex. (CD 205, pp. 112-113).
740-741

3111
Letter dated September 10, 1964, from State Department to Commission, with attachments pertaining to a study of the lookout card system in the Passport Office.
741-749

3112
FBI report concerning article "`Riot’ Tag Denied by Demonstrator" in Dallas Times Herald, October 27, 1963 (CD 7, p. 683).
750

3113
FBI reports dated November 25, 1963, of interviews of Alvin T. Prechter and Emmett C. Barbe, Jr., at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, pp. 49-50).
750-751

3114
FBI reports dated December 5 and 7, 1963, concerning information furnished by Dallas police with respect to attempt on the life of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker (CD 7, pp. 438-443).
751-754

3115
Letter dated September 17, 1964, from FBI to Commission, attaching reports of investigation into employment of Bernard Weisaman on November 14, 1963 (CD 1503 a, b, c, 11 pages).
754-759

3116
Letter dated September 8, 1964, from Commission to FBI, requesting information on specified individuals with whom Oswald may have had contact from June 1962 to November 1963.
760

3117
Letter dated September 17, 1964, from FBI to Commission, replying toCommission’s letter of September 8, 1964.
761

3118
Diagram showing Paine and Randle homes, Irving, Tex. (CD 497, dlagram C).
761

3119
Secret Service report dated December. 3, 1963, of investigation concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s activities in New Orleans, La. (CD 407, pp. 1-24).
762-773

3120
Pamphlet entitled "The Crime Against Cuba," by Corliss Lamont (CD 1495a, pp. 1-39).
774-784

3121
Check payable to L. H. Oswald in the amount of $33 from the State Comptroller of Public Accounts, Austin, Tex., check No. G493187.
785

3122
FBI report dated July 31, 1964, on certain allegations by Mark Lane relating to Mrs. Helen Markham (CD 1379, pp. 1-5).
786-788

3123
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission, on Inturist hotels in Moscow.
789

3124
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission on Soviet Passport and Visa Office."
789

3125
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission, on resettlement of U.S. defectors in the USSR.
789

3126
Memorandum dated September 17, 1964, from CIA to Commission, on Eusebia Azque, former Cuban consul, Mexico City.
790

3127
Memorandum dated September 18, 1964, from CIA to Commission, on technical examination of photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald’s application for a Cuban visa.
790-791

3128
FBI report dated December 4, 1963, of interview of Dr. Leonard Reissman at Palo Alto, Calif. (CD 68, pp. 2-3).
791-792

3129
FBI reports dated September 10 and 14, 1964, of investigation to determine whether Ruth Paine or the Oswalds ever shopped at Hutch’s Super Market in Irving, Tex. (CD 1508).
792-795

3130
FBI reports transmitted by memo of September 18, 1964, of investigation to determine whether Lee Harvey Oswald patronized Clifton’s Barber Shop in Irving, Tex., with a 14-year-old boy. (CD1546, p. 124).
796-799

3131
Letter dated September 18, 1964, from FBI to Commission, and attached reports concerning latent fingerprints and palmprints on cartons found in Texas School Book Depository (CD 1507, pp. 1-18).
799-809

3132
FBI report dated July 17, 1964, of interview of Dallas Chief of Police Jesse E. Curry at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1426, pp. 29-31).
810-811

3133
Letter dated September 23, 1964, from FBI to Commission, stating that there is no muzzle flash from the assassination weapon upon firing.
811

3134
Letter dated September 8, 1964, from Dr. Howard P. Rome, senior consultant, section of psychiatry, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., to Commission, concerning Lee Harvey Oswald’s alleged reading disability.
812-817

3135
Letter dated September 18, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning latent prints on cartons found in Texas School Book Depository.
818

3136
Letter dated September 18, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning use of Oswald’s rubber stamp kit on the vaccination certificate.
818

3137
FBI report dated September 11, 1964, concerning destruction of records at Klein’s Sporting Goods, Inc., Chicago, Ill.
819

3138
Letter dated September 21, 1964, from Secretary of Defense to Chairman of Commission, submitting affidavit stating that Lee Harvey Oswald was never an informant or agent of any intelligence agency under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense and Defense Department report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
819-821

3139
Letter dated September 4 1964 from FBI to Commission concerning reinterview of Joseph P. Grinnan.
821-822

3140
FBI report dated December 20, 1963, of interview of Marina Oswald at Dallas, Tex. (CD 206, pp. 190-191).
822-823

3141
Photographs of clipboard discovered in the Texas Sehool Book Depository Building shortly after the assassination (FBI item D-165).
824-825

3142
FBI reported dated December 6, 1963, of interview of Michael V. Scrima at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 239-240).
826

3143
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, of interview of John Rickert at Houston, Tex. (CD 4, p. 441).
827

3144
FBI report of investigation of post office box 6475, rented by Jack Ruby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1306, pp. 123-124).
827-828

3145
Letter dated September 16, 1964, from FBI to Commission, with attachments concerning processing of assassination rifle for latent fingerprints and palmprints (CD 1497, 1497a, 149Th).
828-834

3146
Letter dated September 21, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning claim of Sylvia Odio that Lee Harvey Oswald and two other individuals visited at her apartment in Dallas, Tex., on September 26 or 27, 1963.
834-835

3147
FBI report dated September 8, 1964, of interview of Sylvia Odio at Dallas, Tex. (CD 1648, pp. 202-207).
835-838

3148
FBI report dated September 8, 1964, at Miami, Flap, of investigation pertaining to Sylvia Odio.
838-839

3149
FBI reports dated December 3, 1963, concerning affidavit and Investigation of Wilburn Waldon Utolifield at Dallas, Tex. (CD 106, pp. 283-274).
840-845

3150
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of interview of Ray H. Prammell at Austin, Tex. (CD 4, p. 581).
846

3151
FBI reports dated July 9, 13, 17, and 18, 1964, of reinterview of George William Fehrenbach at Medford, Oreg., and of investigation of his allegations (CD 1348, pp. 10-31).
846-857

3152
Memorandum dated June 4, 1964, from CIA to Commission, and excerpt from FBI report dated May 18, 1964, concerning information developed on the activity of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City (CD 1545 and 1084(e),-pp. 154-157).
857-860

3153
Letter dated September 24, 1964, from FBI to Commission, concerning investigation of possibility that Lee Harvey Oswald had some affiliation with various subversive underground activities.
861

3154
Commission exhibit numbers assigned to previous Commission documents.
862-935

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VOLUME XVI

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1
Unsigned note to Marina Oswald.
1-2

2
Group of photographs.
3-4

3
Group of photographs. Including a photograph of the house of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker resigned, U.S. Army).
5

4
Group of photographs.
6

5
Photograph of the home of General Walker.
7-8

15
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated November 9, 1963.
33

24
Lee Harvey Oswald’s "Historic Diary".
94-105

25
Notes written by Lee Harvey Oswald on Holland-American Lines stationery.
106-122

59
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 20.
205

97
Notes by Oswald re Communist Party of the United States.
422-430

100
Self-questionnaire by Lee Harvey Oswald.
436-439

103
Draft of letter written by Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy (Commission Exhibit No. 15).
443-444

133 A-B
Photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald holding a rifle.
510

134
Enlargement of Commission Exhibit No. 133-A.
510

141
6.5-millimueter cartridge.
513

142
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building after the assassination.
513

143
.38 caliber revolver, serial No. V510210 (this revolver will be subsequently referred to as the V510210 revolver).
513

150
Man’s brown shirt.
515

162
Gray zipper Jacket.
520

163
Blue zipper jacket.
521

228
Application form filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald on March 4, 1959 for entry in the Albert Schweitzer College.
621-625

237
Photograph of unidentified man.
638

244
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald requesting that his U.S. citizenship be revoked, dated November 3, 1959.
684

283
Page 68A of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
803

344
photograph of the Presidential limousine.
943

345
Photograph of the Presidential limousine with top up, from the rear.
943

346
Photograph of the Presidential limousine, depicting interior.
943

349
Photograph of the windshield of the Presidential limousine, depicting an indentation on the metal framework.
945

350
Photograph of windshield of the Presidential limousine taken from outside the car, depicting a crack in the windshield on the driver’s side.
946

351
Windshield removed from the Presidential limousine.
947

352
Photograph of rear seat of the Presidential limousine taken from above, depicting condition of rear seat after occupants were removed on November 22, 1963.
948

353
Photograph of scene depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 352, taken from a different angle.
948

357
Copy of statement of Arnold Louis Rowland taken by Sheriff’s Department, County of Dallas, Tex., on November 22, 1963.
953

385
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comndr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing side view of entry and exit wounds to neck area.
977

386
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing view from posterior aspect of entry wound to neck area and also the skull wound.
977

387
Clinical record of the autopsy protocol prepared by the Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Md., on the autopsy performed on President Kennedy.
978-983

388
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing skull wound as viewed from above.
984

389
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing position of President Kennedy in his car at time of shooting.
985

390
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing explosion from bullet as it hit President Kennedy’s head.
986

391
Supplementary report of autopsy No. A63-272, on President John F. Kennedy, Naval Medical School, giving gross description of brain.
987-989

VOLUME XVII

Exibit
No
Description
Page

392
Medical reports from doctors at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Tex., concerning treatment of President Kennedy at that hospital on November 22, 1963.
1-22

393
Coat worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
23-24

394
Shirt worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
25-26

395
Tie worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
27

396
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade shortly before first bullet struck President Kennedy.
28

398
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade immediately after first bullet struck President Kennedy.
49

399
Bullet found on stretcher at Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Tex.
49

404
Note from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine, dated March 4, 1963.
81

447
Photograph of west side of Randle home showing carport and location of Buell Wesley Frazier’s car on the morning of November 22, 1963.
167

477
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by Howard Brennan.
197

480
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

481
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

482
Closeup photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 481.
200

483
Diagram of the floor plan of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
201

484
Photograph taken near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
202

485
Photograph of Harold Norman, James Jarman, and Bonnie Ray Williams, showing their positions on the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building as the motorcade passed.
202

492
Photograph of the west side of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
207

493
Affidavit of Harold Norman, dated December 4, 1963.
208

497
Diagram of the floor plan of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
212

503
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as it appeared on November 22, 1963.
216

504
Photograph of "Rolling Readers" carton near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
216

505
Photograph of the stairway between the second and third floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
217

506
Photograph of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting position of Lee Harvey Oswald’s clipboard when discovered.
218

507
Diagram of the seventh floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
219

508
Photograph of cartons at the southeast corner of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

509
Photograph of cartons near the assassination window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

510
Photograph of the area near the assassination window, depicting location of the three rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
221

511
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of two of the rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
222

512
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of three of the rifle cartridge eases, when discovered.
223

513
Photograph of cartons near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
224

514, 515, 516,517
Various photographs of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting location of the C2766 rifle when discovered.
224-226

518
Four .38 cartridge.
226

542
Replica of the C2766 rifle.
241

543, 544, 545
Three 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
241

546-547
Two charts illustrating the cartridge-ejection pattern of the C2766 rifle.
242-243

548-549
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 15 yards
244-245

550
Target fired with the C2766 rifle at 25 yards.
246

551,552,553,554
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 100 yards.
247-248

555
Diagram illustrating the interior of a telescopic sight.
248

556
Diagram illustrating the type of lead to be given a moving target ins situation similar to the assassination.
248

557
Two 6.5-millimeter test cartridge cases fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
249

558
Photograph of the bolt face of the C2766 rifle.
249

559
Comparison photograph of the 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases and test 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases fired in the C2766 rifle.
250

560
Calculations concerning the lead to be given a moving target in a situation similar to the assassination.
251

567
Fragment of the nose of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
256

569
Fragment of the base of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
257

572
Two test bullets fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
258

573
Bullet recovered from General Walker’s house following the attempt on his life.
258

574-575
Two photographs of the clip from the C2766 rifle, showing it holding six cartridges and empty.
258

592
Five .38 Special cartridges found in the pocket of Lee Harvey Oswald following his apprehension.
264

594
Four .38 Special cartridge cases found at the Tippit crime scene.
267

595
Two test .38 Special cartridges fired for comparison purposes from the V510210 revolver.
267

602, 603, 604,605
Four bullets recovered from the body of Officer Tippit.
270-271

626
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination (same as Commission Exhibit No. 142).
281

627
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
282

628
Card with left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department
283

629
Card with right palmprint of, Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
284

630
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
285

631
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 629 with a circle around a portion of the palmprint.
286

632
Photograph of a latent palmprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
286

633
Photograph of a latent fingerprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
287

633-A
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 630 with a circle around the left index fingerprint.
287

634
Chart comparing the latent fingerprint (Commission Exhibit No. 633) and Oswald’s left index fingerprint, circled on Commission Exhibit No. 633-A.
288

634-A
Diagram illustrating some common fingerprint characteristics used by experts in comparing fingerprints.
288

635
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the U.S. Marine Corps.
289

636
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 632) with the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled on Commission Exhibit No. 631.
290

637
Lift of a latent palmprint from the barrel of the C2766 rifle.
290

638
Photograph of Oswald’s right palmprint card (Commission Exhibit No. 629) with a circle around a portion of the paimprint.
291

639
Photograph of the lift in Commission Exhibit No. 637.
291

640
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 637) and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint in Commission Exhibit No. 638.
292

641
A carton, labeled "Box A," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
292

648
A carton, labeled "Box D," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
296

649
Portion of Commission Exhibit No. 648, bearing a latent palmprint.
297

652
Chart comparing Commission Exhibit No. 650 and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled in Commission Exhibit No. 651.
299

653
A carton, labeled "Box B," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

654
A carton, labeled "Box C," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

655
Two photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No.648.
301

656
Ten photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No. 641.
302-307

665
Chart comparing cotton, woolen, and viscose fibers.
326

666
Diagram of a hair.
326

677
Sample of wrapping paper and gummed tape taken from the Texas School Book Depository Building on November 22, 1963, for comparison purposes.
334

683
Front view of coat worn by Governor Connally, at time of the assassination.
340

685
Back view of shirt worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
342

687
Front view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
344

688
Back view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
345

697-698
Photographs of the Presidential limousine taken during the earlier part of the trip through Dallas on November 22, 1963.
354

704
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets, in downtown Dallas, as marked by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
360

709
Copy of a report from Lt. Jack Revill to Capt. W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department.
495

714
Two photographs of Oswald with rifle.
498

715
Photograph of two cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
499

716
Photograph of three cartridge cases near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
500

717
Envelope in which the three cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the Texas School Book Depository Building were contained.
501

718
Photograph of rifle hidden beneath boxes in northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
501

719
Photograph showing northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken from a distance, showing boxes behind which the rifle was concealed.
502

720-721
Photographs of the latent palm print on magazine housing of the C2766 rifle.
502-503

722
Photograph of Houston Street looking south from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
504

723
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing position of boxes in window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
504

724
Photograph from the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking southwest on Elm Street.
505

725
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing full length of first aisle on east side of the building.
505

726
Photograph showing the second aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
506

727
Photograph showing the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking east along south wall.
506

728
Photograph of the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
507

729
Photograph taken in the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing location of Commission Exhibit No. 142, when discovered.
507

730, 731, 732
Photographs of the wrapping bench on the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
508

733-734
Photographs of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing position of boxes near the window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
509

735
Photograph showing the right palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
510

736
Photograph showing the left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
511

737
Photograph of the C2766 rifle found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken at 9 p.m. on November 22, 1963, at the city hall in Dallas.
511

738
Photograph of property released by the Dallas Police Department to the FBI on November 28, 1963.
512

739
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Houston Street.
512

740
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Elm Street.
513

741
Photograph of the lunchroom on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
513

742
Photograph showing outside door to the second floor lunchroom of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
514

743
Photograph of stairway in southwest corner of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, leading to the first floor.
514

744
Photograph of Officer M. N. McDonald of the Dallas Police Department, taken on November22, 1963, at 2 p.m.
515

745
Photograph of Don Ables, a Jail clerk of the Dallas Police Department, who appeared in the lineup. With Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22 and 23, 1963.
516

750
Camera used to take Commission Exhibits No. 133-A and 183-B.
524

751
Photograph of the film-plane aperture in Commission Exhibit No.750
525

770
"Wanted for Treason" circular.
627

773
Photograph of a mail order for a rifle in the name "A. Hidell," and the envelope in which the order was sent.
635

775
"Affidavit of Support," addressed to the American Embassy in Russia, signed Lee H. Oswald dated January 17, 1962.
637

781
Passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated June 24,1963.
666-667

788
U.S. postal money order, in the amount of $21.45, dated March 12, 1963, which accompanied the mail order In Commission Exhibit No. 773.
677

791
Portion of an application for Post Office Box 915, Dallas, Tex., dated October 9, 1962.
679

792
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 791.
679

837
Article from the "National Enquirer" dated May 17, 1964.
837

840
Small lead particles found on rug underneath left jump seat of Presidential limousine.
840

841
Lead residue found on inside surface of glass of windshield of the Presidential limousine.
840

842
Small fragment of metal from wrist of Governor Connally.
841

843
Two metal fragments removed from the President’s head at the time of the autopsy.
841

844
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 6.5-mm. Mannlicher-Carcano ball fired at 90-yard range.
842

845
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 7.62-mm. ball, M80, fired from M14 rifle at 100 m. range.
843

846
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by cal.257 Roberts soft point hunting bullet fired at 100 m. range.
843

872
Scale drawing of the Presidential limousine.
867

873
Photograph of interior of rear section of the Presidential limousine showing seating arrangement in car with jump seats in open position.
868

874
Photograph of interior of Presidential limousine showing relative positions of jump seats in an open position as they relate to back seat of car.
869

876
Aerial view of the site known as Dealey Plaza in Dallas, indicating large buildings surrounding area and Triple Underpass by numbers 1 through 11.
896

VOLUME XVIII

Exhibit
No.
Description
Page

885
Album of black and white photographs of frames from the Zapruder,Nix, and Muchmore films.
1-85

886
Photographic exhibit depicting position A, which did not show on the Zapruder film, but which was established as first point at which a person in the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building could have gotten a shot at the back of the President as his car rounded the corner from Houston Street to Elm Street
85

887
Photograph of Special Agent Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, taken on May 24, 1964, at the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, with purported assassination rifle mounted on tripod which was fixed at approximate height of boxes used by assassin to position rifle at time of the assassination, with Aeroflex motion picture camera mounted on rifle.
86

888
Photograph exhibit depicting three photographs as follows:
(1) photograph of frame 161 from the Zapruder film;
(2) photo graph of car taken during reenactment on May 24, 1964, with photograph and car positioned same as Zapruder and car were when frame 161 was taken; and
(3) photograph taken of that car at that position through rifle scope from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building during reenactment on May 24, 1964.
86

889
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 166 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
57

890
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 185 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
87

891
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 186 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

892
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 207 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

893
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 210 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

894
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 222 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

895
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 225 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

896
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 231 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

897
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 235 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
91

898
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 244) of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

899
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 249 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

900
Photographic exhibit of photograph taken by AP photographer at time of the assassination and photograph taken from same position at time of reenactment.
93

901
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 255 in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
94

902
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 318 from the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888, one frame from the Nix film with the reenactment photograph, and one frame from the Muchmore film with the reenactment photograph.
95

903
Photograph taken at garage, following reenactment of aseasainatlon on May 24, 1964, depicting probable angle of declination of bullet which passed through President Kennedy and Governor Connally.
96

931
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow.
131-132

946
Passport of Lee Harvey Oswald, issued September 10,1959.
160-171

992
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 990, as translated by flarris L. Coulter, Department of State.
547

994
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 993.
596-642

1005
Diagram of the immediate area surrounding the house of General Walker, drawn by Robert A. Surrey.
655

1006
Photograph of window in General Walker’s house taken from the north which is the alley side showing bullet hole in the raised window sash.
655

1007
Photograph of same window as in Commission Exhibit No. 1006, taken from the inside of General Walker’s house, showing the screen In place as well as bullet hole In under edge of sash crossbar
656

1008
Photograph of wall In General Walker’s house showing point at which bullet entered wall narrowly missing Walker.
656

1009
Photograph of opposite side of wall shown on Commission Exhibit No. 1008, with all paraphernalia In place as of Apr11 10, 1963, and also showing bullet exit hole.
657

1010
Photograph of tire imprint in area surrounding General Walker’s house.
657

1011
Photograph of fence in rear of General Walker’s house.
658

1012
Photograph of clothesline in rear yard of General Walker’s house.
658

1016
Photograph of Mormon Church parking lot and alley directly behind property of General Walker.
663

1017
Photograph showing alley entrance to Mormon Church parking lot, near the house of General Walker.
664

1024
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated June 11, 1964, with attached statements of Secret Service personnel concerning the events surrounding the assassination
722-802

1031
Tear sheet from the Dallas Morning News of November 22, 1963, entitled "Welcome Mr. Kennedy".
835

VOLUME XIX

Exibit
No.
Description
page

Anderson, Eugene E.

1
Letter from Lt. Col. A. G. Folsom, Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, to the Commission, dated June 8, 1964.
16-18

Carro, John

1
Copy of case report of Probation Officer John Carro on Lee Harvey Oswald in connection with truancy charges, dated March 12, 1958, through March 11, 1954.
308-323

Decker, J. E.

5323
Dallas County Sheriff’s Office record of the events surrounding the assassination.
454-543

Dillard, Tom C.

C
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, of which Dullard Exhibit A is an enlargement.
565

D
Same as Dillard Exhibit B.
566

Edwards, Robert E.

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of Robert E. Edwards, dated November 22, 1963.
647

Fischer, Ronald B.

1
Copy of sworn affidavit of Ronald B. Fischer, dated November 22, 1963.
650

VOLUME XX

Exibit
No.
Description
page

Holland, S. M.

D
Copy of sworn affidavit of S. M. Holland, dated November 22, 1963.
163

Johnson, Arnold S.

1
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Worker, dated June 10, 1962.
257-259

4
Letter from Lee. Harvey Oswald to the Communist Party, dated August 28, 1963.
262-264

Lee, Vincent T.

2
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, dated May 26.
512-513

Odio, Sylvia

1
Copy of a letter written in Spanish to Sylvia Odio from her father, dated December 25, 1963.
688-691

Odum, Bardwell D.

1
Photograph of an unknown individual which was furnished the FBI by the Central Intelligence Agency.
691

VOLUME XXI

Exhibit
No.
page

Pappas, Icarus M.

1
Photograph taken in the basement of the Police and Courts Building showing Jack Ruby, with gun in hand, approaching Lee Harvey Oswald.
18

2
Series of pictures taken before and during the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby.
20

Robertson, Mary J.

2
Copy of the letter described as Robertson Exhibit No. 1, sworn to before a notary public on April 7, 1964.
307

Siegel, Evelyn S.

1
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 7, 1953.
484-495

2
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
496-509

Skelton, Royce G.

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area, showing the position of Royce G. Skelton, at the time of the assassination.
519

Stovall, Richard S.

A
Copy of an undated list of property taken from the home of Ruth
596-597

B
Copy of a list of property taken from the garage of Ruth Paine on November 23, 1963.
598

C
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation of the assassination on November 22 1963.
599-602

D
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation on November23, 1963.
603

Stuckey, William K

2
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of an interview between Lee Harvey Oswald and William K. Stuckey on August 17,1963.
621-632

3
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of a debate among Lee Harvey Oswald, Carlos Bringuier, and Ed Butler on August 21, 1963.
633-641

Studebaker, Robert L.

A
Photograph of three empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
643

B
Photograph of two empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
644

C
Photograph of a rifle where it was discovered on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
645

D
Photographs of boxes stacked by a window on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
646

E
Photograph of boxes showing through the window on the sixth floor of the Texas ‘School Book Depository Building.
646

F
Diagram showing the position of a wrapping paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

G
Photograph showing the location of a paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

H
Photograph of a two-wheeler, a Dr. Pepper bottle, and a paper sack on the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
648

I
Photograph of a Dr. Pepper bottle and a two-wheeler on the sixth floor of the Texan School Book Depository Building.
648

J
Photograph of. boxes in and near southeast window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
649

Tague, James T.

1
Photograph purporting to show a point on the south curb of Main Street In Dallas, from which a bullet allegedly ricocheted.
650

Walker, Edwin A.

1
Photograph of the rear of General Walker’s house, showing the area through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

2
Photograph of a fence in the rear of General Walker’s house through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

3
Photograph showing the rear of General Walker’s residence at 4011 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas.
714

4
Photograph showing the entrance to a driveway leading to the residence of General Walker.
714

Weitzman, Seymour

D, E, F
Photographs taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building depicting the location of the rifle when discovered.
723-724

VOLUME XXII

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1061
Floor plan of the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
12

1118
Floor plan of second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing movements of Oswald on November 22, 1963.
85

1119-A
Map tracing the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald between 12:33 p.m. and 1:50 p.m., November 22, 1963.
86

1301
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing arrangement of cartons shortly after shots were fired.
479

1302
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing approximate location of wrapping-paper bag and location of palmprint on carton.
479

1303
Photograph of rifle, Commission Exhibit No. 139, showing its dimensions when assembled.
480

1304
Photographs of wrapping-paper bag and of component parts of rifle.
480

1312
Photograph of assassination window from inside of building showing a person of Lee Harvey Oswald’s height seated on carton alongside open window.
485

1339
Copy of Youth House psychologist’s report on Lee Harvey Oswald prepared by Irving Sokolow, New York, N.Y., April 17,
558-559

1386
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, reflecting affidavit of Palmer E. McBride at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. (CD 75, pp. 251-254).
710-712

1440
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Clarence A. Rector at Houston, Tex. (CD 84, p. 111).
858

1441
FBI report dated January 14,1964, of interview of Meyer R. Panitz at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 360, p. 64).
858

VOLUME XXIII

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1546
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Lewis J. Mc Willie, at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 84, pp. 212-214).
37-38

1772
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of Interview of Jack Marcus at Evanston, Ill., and FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Phyllis F. Ruby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 434-437).
379-380

1774
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of Interview of Jay Bishov at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 652).
381

1931
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Dean Andrews at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 230).
726

1967
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Roger Craig at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 69).
817

1968
Arial photograph showing the location of eyewitnesses to the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald in the vicinity of the Tippit killing.
817

VOLUME XXIV

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1978
Deposition of Amos Lee Euins dated November 22, 1963, at sheriff’s department, county of Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, p. 235).
4

2113
Map of freeway convergence at Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
543

2114
Photographic views of highway markings in the vicinity of the assassination.
544

2115
Plan view of freeway convergence west of Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
545

VOLUME XXV

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

2214
View from Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
115

2215
View of Triple Underpass from location on. Elm Street.
116

2422
Photograph of Jack Ruby after his arrest on November 24, 1963.

2422
Photograph of Jack Ruby after his arrest on November 24, 1963.

2424
Photograph of Jack Ruby in basement assembly room of Dallas Police Department about midnight, November 22, 1963.
524

2426
Photograph of Jack Ruby’s bedroom on Sunday, November 24,1963.
525

2427
Photograph of "Closed" sign posted in window of Carousel Club.
526

2564
Letter dated August 31, 1964, from State Department to Commission, forwarding communication from Cuban Government concerning visa application of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1453).
813-817

2649
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Eugene John Murret and others at Mobile, Ala. (CD 24, 1-17).
920-927

VOLUME XXVI

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

2707
Photographs and scale model view of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository, showing location of clipboard, rifle, and cartons at windows.
78

2717
Lee Harvey Oswald’s handwritten account dated November 15, 1959, of interview with Miss Ailne Mosby, UPI reporter, found among Oswald’s personal effects (FBI exhibits, voL 3, No. 45).
91

2788
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken after his return from Russia in late September 1963 (FBI item 451-4).
177

2891
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item D33-1S).
346

2892
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item 451-7).
346

2967
Photograph of traffic sign on Main Street in Dallas, Tex., which directs westbound traffic to turn right at Houston Street to gain access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike (CD 822).
449

 

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Ables, Don R.
WC Testimony
Jail Clerk, Dallas Police Department.

Abt, John J.
WC Testimony
New York City attorney.

Acorn, Daniel
ARRB Testimony

Adamcik, John P.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Adams, R. L
WC Testimony
Placement interviewer, Texas Employment Commission.

Adams, Victoria Elisabeth
WC Testimony
Employee, Texas School Book Depository (TSBD).

Aguilar, Gary
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Akin, Gene Coleman
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Alba, Adrian Thomas
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in New Orleans.

Alcock, James
Shaw trial closing arguments, Rebuttal arguments
Shaw trial prosecution attorney.

Aleman, Jose
HSC Testimony
Anti-Castro Associate of Santos Trafficante

Allen, Mrs. J. U.
Affidavit
Secretary, Chainberlin-Hunt Academy.

Altgens, James W
WC Testimony.
Witness at assassination scene.

Anderson, Eugene D.
WC Testimony
Marine Corps markmanship expert.

Andrews, Dean Adams Jr.
WC Testimony., 11/29/63 FBI report, Shaw Grand Jury testimony 1, 2, 3
New Orleans attorney.

Applin, George Jefferson, Jr.
WC Testimony., Deposition.
Witness of Oswald arrest.

Arce, Danny Garcia
WC Testimony, Affidavit.
Employee, TSBD.

Archer, Don Ray
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Armstrong, Andrew Jr.
HSC deposition
Dallas associate of Jack Ruby

Arnett, Charles Oliver
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Aschkenasy, Ernest
HSC Testimony
Expert on accoustical evidence.

Austin, Albert
FBI Report

Azcue, Eusebio
HSC Testimony
Former Cuban Cosul in Mexico City

Backes, Joseph
ARRB Testimony

Baden, Michael
HSC Testimony
Head of the House Forensic Pathology Panel.

Baker, Marrion
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit, 8/11/64 Affidavit
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Baker, Mrs. Donald (AKA Virgie Rachley)
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Employee, TSBD

Baker, Robert Barney
HSC deposition
Union Organizer contacted by Ruby prior to the Assassination

Baker, T. L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Ballew, Roger
FBI Report

Ballen, Samuel B.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Barbe, Emmett Charles, Jr.
Affidavit
Employee, William B. Reily Co.

Bargas, Tommy
WC Testimony
Superintendent, Leslie Welding Co.

Barger, James E.
HSC Testimony 1, 2
Accoustics expert

Barkley, Martin
ARRB Testimony

Barnes, W. E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Barnett, Welcome Eugene
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Barnhorst, Colin
WC Testimony
Desk Clerk, YMCA, in Dallas

Bashour, Fouad
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Batchelder, Endicott A.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Batchelor, Charles
WC Testimony, 2, 3
Assistant Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Bates, John S. Jr.
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Bates, Pauline Virginia
WC Testimony
Pub1ic stenographer, Fort Worth.

Baxter, Charles Rufus
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Beaty, Buford Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Beers, Ira Jefferson "Jack"
WC Testimony
Newspaper photographer, Dallas.

Belin, David
ARRB Testimony
Warren Commision lawyer.

Belmont, Alan H.
WC Testimony
Assistant to the Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Benavides, Domingo
WC Testimony
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Bennett, Glen A.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Benton, Joseph Nelson
WC Testimony
Television reporter, CBS.

Betzner, Hugh William Jr.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Biddison, Jeff
Shaw trial testimony

Bishov, Jay
11/25/63 FBI report

Blalock, Vance
WC Testimony
Observed Oswald in New Orleans.

Bledsoe, Mary E.
WC Testimony, Affidavit.
Oswald’s former landlady in Dallas.

Bond, Wilma
Shaw Trial Testimony

Bogard, Albert Guy
WC Testimony
Automobile salesman, Dallas

Boggs, Lindy
ARRB Testimony

Bookhout, James W.
WC Testimony
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Boone, Eugene
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Sheriff’s report #1,11/22/63 Sheriff’s report #2
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Boswell, Thorton J.
WC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Botelho, James Anthony
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Bouck, Robert Inman
WC Testimony
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Boudreaux, Anne, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald during his youth.

Bouhe, George A.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Bowers, Lee E.
WC Testimony, Affidavit, 11/22/63 Sheriff’s report
Employee, Union Terminal Co.

Bowley, T. F.
12/2/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene

Bowron, Diana Hamilton
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital

Boyd, Elmer L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Braden, Jim
Deposition
Person in the vicinity of the assassination scene

Brauneis, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Brehm, Charles
FBI Report
Witness at assassination scene

Brennan, Howard Leslie
WC Testimony1, 2, 3, 11/22/63 Affidavit,5/7/64 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene

Brewer, E.D.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Brewer, Johnny Calvin
WC Testimony, 12/6/63 Affidavit
Witness of Oswald arrest.

Brian, V. J.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Bringuier, Carlos
WC Testimony
Cuban attorney, now a resident of New Orleans.

Brock, Alvin R.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Brock, Mary
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Brock, Robert
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Brooks, Donald E.
WC Testimony
Employment counselor, Texas Employment Commission.

Brown, C. W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Brown, Earle V.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Brown, Peter Megargee
Affidavit
Counsel for Community Service Society, New York.

Bundy Vernon J. Jr.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Burcham, John W.
Affidavit
Chief of Unemployment Insurance, Texas Employment Commission.

Burkley, George G.
HSCA Affidavit, interview by William McHugh for the John F. Kennedy Library
JFK’s personal Physician.

Burns, Doris
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Burroughs, Warren H.
WC Testimony
Employee, Texas Theatre.

Burt, Jimmy Earl
FBI Report

Butzman, Jonas J.
Shaw trial testimony

Cabell, Earle
WC Testimony
Mayor of Dallas.

Cabell, Earle, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Wife of Mayor Cabell.

Cadigan, James C.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Questioned document expert, FBI.

Call Richard, Dennis
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Callaway, Ted
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Camarata, Donald Peter
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Campisi, Joseph
HSC testimony
Dallas organized crime figure.

Canning, Thomas
HSC Testimony

Carlin, Karen Bennett
WC Testimony 1, 2
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby

Carr, Richard Randolph
Shaw Trial Testimony

Carr, Waggoner
WC Testimony
Attorney general of State of Texas.

Carrico, Charles James
WC Testimony1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Carro, John
WC Testimony
Probation officer, New York City, 1952-54.

Carroll, Bob K.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Carswell, Robert
WC Testimony1, 2
Special assistant to Secretary of the Treasury.

Carter, Clifton C.
Affidavit
Assistant to President Johnson.

Cason, Jack Charles
Affidavit
President, TSBD

Caster, Warren
WC Testimony
Assistant manager, Southwestern Publishing Co., TSBD.

Castro, Fidel
HSC Interviews
Premier of Cuba

Champagne, Donald
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Chayes, Abram
WC Testimony1, 2
Legal Adrift, Department of State.

Chetta, Nicholas J.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony 1, 2

Chism, John Arthur
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Chism, Marvin Faye
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Church, Mrs. George B., Jr.
Affidavit
Passenger with Oswald on SS Marion Lykes.

Cimino, Frank
FBI Report

Cimino, Peter
FBI Report

Clardy, Barnard S.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Clark, Max E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Clark, Richard L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Clark, Thomas Louis
Shaw Grand Jury testimony

Clark, William Kemp
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Clements, Manning C.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Cobb, Lloyd
Shaw trial testimony

Cole, Alwyn
WC Testimony 1, 2
Questioned document examiner, Treasury Department.

Collins, Corrie
Shaw trial testimony

Combest, B. H.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Connally, John Bowden.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Governor of Texas.

Connally, Mrs. John Bowden
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Wife of the Governor of Texas

Connick, Harry F., Sr.
ARRB Testimony

Connor, Peter Francis
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Conway, Debra
ARRB Testimony

Conway, Hiram
WC Testimony
Fort Worth neighbour of the Oswalds in 0swald’s youth.

Corporon, John
Affidavit
Official of New Orleans radio station.

Cooper, John Sherman
HSC Testimony
Member of the Warren Commission.

Couch, Malcolm O.
WC Testimony
TV news cameraman, Dallas.

Coulter, Harris
WC Testimony
State Department interpreter.

Craig, Roger D.
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 Sheriff’s Report,11/22/63 FBI report, Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Crawford, James N.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Creel, Robert J.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Crowe, William D.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby.

Crowley, James D.
Affidavit
Specialist in intelligence matters, Department of State.

Croy, Kenneth Hudson
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Cunningham Cortladt C.
WC Testimony1, 2, 3
Firearms identification expert, FBI.

Curole, Louis
Shaw trial testimony

Curry, Jesse Edward
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 8/10/64 Affidavit
Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Curtis, Don Teel
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Cutchshaw, Wilbur Jay
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Daniels, Napoleon J.
WC Testimony
Former member, Dallas Police Department.

Davis, Barbara Jeanette
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinty of the Tippit crime scene.

Davis, Eugene C.
Shaw Grand Jury testimony
New Orleans associate of Dean Andrews

Davis, Floyd Guy
WC Testimony
Operator, Sports Drome Rifle Range

Davis, Virginia
WC Testimony1, 2, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Day, J.C.
WC Testimony 1, 5/7/64 and 6/23/64 Affidavits
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Dean, Patrick Trevore
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Decker, J.E. (Bill)
WC Testimony
Sheriff, Dallas County

Dedon, Mrs. Bobbie
Shaw trial testimony

Delgado, Nelson
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

De Mohrenschildt, George
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswalds in Texas

De Mohrenschildt, Jeanne
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswalds in Texas.

Dhority, C. N.
WC Testimony, 5/12/64 Affidavit
Member, Dallas Police Department.

DiEugenio, James
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Dillard, Tom C.
WC Testimony
Photographer-Journalist, Dallas.

Dillon, C. Douglas
WC Testimony
Secretary of the Treasury

Dobbs, Farrell
WC Testimony
International Secretary, Socialist Workers Party.

Donabedian, George
WC Testimony
Captain, U.S. Navy.

Donovan, John E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Dougherty, Jack Edwin
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

Dox, Ida
HSC Testimony
Medical illustrator for the House Select Committee.

Dulany, Richard B.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Duncan, William Glenn
WC Testimony
Employee, radio station, Dallas.

Dunn, William E. Sr.
Shaw trial testimony

Duran, Sylvia
See Tirado, Sylvia

Dymitruk, Lydia
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Dymond, Irvin
Shaw trial opening arguments, closing arguments
Shaw defense attorney

Dziemian, Arthur
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U.S. Army.

Ebersole, John H.
HSCA Deposition
Radiologist, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Edisen, Adele E. U.
ARRB Testimony

Edwards, Robert Edwin
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Employee, Dallas City Courthouse.

Einspruch, Burton C.
HSC Testimony

Elkins, Harold E.
11/26/63 report
Deputy Sheriff, County of Dallas

Euins, Amos Lee
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Evans, Julian
WC Testimony
Husband of Myrtle Evans.

Evans, Myrtle
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Marguerite Oswald in Oswald’s youth.

Everard, Wayne
ARRB Testimony

Evica, George Michael
ARRB Testimony

Fain, John Wythe
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI.

Fatter, Esmond A
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Faulkner, Jack
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Feldsott, Louis
Affidavit
President, Crescent Firearms, Inc.

Fenley, Robert Gene
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Fink, Pierre A.
WC Testimony, HSCA Deposition, Shaw trial testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Fischer, Ronald B.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Auditor, City of Dallas.

Florer, Larry
11/22/63 Affidavit

Folsom, Allison G.
WC Testimony
Lt. Col., U.S. Marine Corps.

Ford, Declan P.
WC Testimony
Husband of Katherine N. Ford and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ford, Gerald
HSC Testimony
Warren Commission Member.

Ford, Katherine
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Foster, J. W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Franzen, Jack
Deposition
Witness at the assassination scene.

Franzen, Mrs. Jack
Deposition
Witness at the assassination scene.

Frazier, Buell Wesley
WC Testimony 1, 2, Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
Employee, TSBD and neighbour of the Paines in Irving, Tex.

Frazier, Robert A.
WC Testimony, 2, 3, Shaw trial testimony
Firearms Identification Expert, FBI.

Frazier, William Bennett
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Fritz, John Will
WC Testimony 1, 2, Affidavit
Captain, Dallas Police Department

Gale, James H.
HSC Testimony

Gallagher, John F.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Gangl, Theodore Frank
Affidavit
Employee, Padgett Printing Corp.

Garner, Jesse J.
Affidavit
Neighbor of the Oswalds in New Orleans.

Garner, Jesse J., Mrs.
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Landlady of Oswald in New Orleans.

Garrison, Jim
Shaw trial opening arguments, closing summation
New Orlean District Attorney.

Gauthier, Leo J.
WC Testimony
Inspector, FBI

George, M. Waldo
Affidavit
Landlord of Oswalds in Dallas

Geraci, Philip
WC Testimony
Resident of New Orleans who met Oswald.

Gibson, Mrs. Donald
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas

Giesecke, Adolph H.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Givens, Charles Douglas
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

Glover, Everett D.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas

Goldstein, David
Affidavit
Owner, Dave’s House of Guns

Graef, John G.
WC Testimony
Oswald’s supervisor, Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Dallas.

Graf, Allen, D.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Graves, Gene
Affidavit
Secretary, Leslie Welding Co.

Graves, L. C.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Gravitis, Dorothy
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Mrs. Paine in Dallas.

Gray, Virginia
Affidavit
Employee, Duke University Library.

Green, David
HSC Testimony

Greener, Charles W.
WC Testimony
Proprietor, Irving Sports Shop.

Greer, William Robert
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Gregory, Charles Francis
WC Tesimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Gregory, Paul Roderick
WC Testimony
Son of Peter Paul Gregory and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Gregory, Peter Paul.
WC Testimony
Son of Peter Paul Gregory and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Griffin, Burt W.
HSC Testimony

Groden, Robert
HSC Testimony

Gruber, Alexander Philip
HSC deposition
Dallas associate of Jack Ruby

Guinn, T. Jermey
ARRB Testimony

Guinn, Vincent P.
HSC Testimony
Expert on Neutron Activation Analysis

Guinyard, Sam
WC Testimony, Deposition
Witness in the vicinity of Tippit crime scene.

Habighorst, Aloysius
Shaw trial testimony

Hall, C. Ray
WC Deposition
Agent, FBI

Hall, Elena A.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Hall, John Raymond
WC Testimony
Husband of Elena A. Hall and acquaintance of the Oswalds.

Hamblen, C. A.
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Hamburg, Eric
ARRB Testimony

Hankal, Robert Leonard
WC Testimony
Director, television station, Dallas.

Hardiman, James
Shaw trial testimony

Hargis, Bobby W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Harkness, D. V.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Harrison, William J.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Hart, John
HSC Testimony

Hartmann, William
HSC Testimony

Hartogs, Renatus
WC Testimony
Psychiatrist, New York City.

Hathaway, Philip Ben
11/22/63 Affidavit

Hawkins, Ray
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Haygood, Clyde A.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hayward, Frank
Shaw Preliminary hearing testimony

Heindel, John Rene
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Helms, Richard
WC Testimony, Affidavit, HSC Testimony
Deputy Director for Plans, CIA.

Henchliffe, Margarte M.
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital

Henderson, Ruby
Affidavit

Henslee, Gerald Dalton
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Herndon, Bell P.
WC Testimony
Polygraph operator, FBI

Hess, Jacqueline
HSC Testimony

Hester, Charles
11/22/63 Affidavit

Hicks, J. B.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hicky, George W Jr.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Hill, Clinton J.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Hill, Gerald Lynn
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hill Jean Lollis
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness – at assassination scene.

Hine, Geneva L.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD

Holland, Max
ARRB Testimony

Holland S.M.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Holly, Harold B., Jr.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Holmes, Harry D.
WC Testimony 1, 2
U.S. Post Office inspector

Hoover, J. Edgar
WC Testimony
Director, FBI

Hosty, James Patrick Jr.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Howlett, John Joe
WC Testimony
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Hudson, Emmett J
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Huffaker, Robert S.
WC Testimony
Employee of Dallas YMCA

Hulen, Richard Leroy
WC Testimony
Employee of Dallas YMCA

Humes, James J.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Hunley, Bobb
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Hunt, Bob R
HSC Testimony

Hunt, Jackie Hansen
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Hunter, Gertrude
WC Testimony
Witness concerning alleged encounter with Oswald.

Hutchison, Leonard Edwin
WC Testimony
Owner of grocery store in Irving.

Hutson, Thomas Alexander
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Isaacs, Martin
WC Testimony
Employee, Special Services Welfare Center, New York.

Ivon, Louis
Shaw trial testimony

Jacks Hurchel
Statement

Jackson, Richard
Shaw trial testimony

Jackson, Robert Hill
WC Testimony
News photographer, Dallas.

James, Virginia H.
WC Testimony
International Relations Officer, 0ffice of Soviet Affairs, State Department.

Jarman, James Earl Jr.
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD.

Jenkins, Marion Thomas
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Jenkins, Ronald Lee
WC Testimony
News editor, radio station, Dallas.

Jimison, R. J.
WC Testimony
Orderly, Parkland Hospital.

Johns Thomas L.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Johnson, C. W.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Johnson, Arnold Samuel
WC Testimony
Director of Information and Lecture Bureau, Communist Party, U.S.A.

Johnson, Arthur Carl
WC Testimony
Owner of roominghouse in Dallas where Oswald resided.

Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Carl
WC Testimony
Wife of A. C. Johnson

Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon B.
WC Statement
Wife of the President of the United States.

Johnson, Lyndon B.
WC Statement
President of the United States

Johnson, Marvin
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Johnson, Priscilla Mary Post
WC Testimony, ARRB Testimony
Newspaper reporter who interviewed Oswald in Russia.

Jones, C. M.
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Jones, Orville Aubrey
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Jones, Ronald Coy
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Judge, John
ARRB Testimony

Kaiser, Frankie
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Kantor, Seth
WC Testimony
Reporter.

Katzenbach, Nicholas
HSC Testimony

Kellerman, Roy S.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Kelley, Thomas J.
WC Testimony1, 2, HSC Testimony
Inspector, U.S. Secret Service.

Kelly, William
ARRB Testimony

Kemp, Mrs. Maxine
Shaw trial testimony

Kennedy, Jacqueline
WC Testimony
Widow of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Kennedy, Regis
Shaw trial testimony

Kenny, James J.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Killion, Charles L.
Affidavit
Firearms identification expert, FBI.

King, Glen D.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Kinneth, Francis
FBI Report

Kinney, Samuel A.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Kirk, Cecil
HSC Testimony 1, 2, 3

Kivett, Jerry D.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Klause, Robert G.
WC Testimony
Printer of handbill attacking President Kennedy

Kleinlerer, Alexander
Affidavit
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Knight, Frances G.
WC Testimony
Director, Passport Office, Department of State.

Kommer, Rex
Shaw trial testimony

Knudsen, Robert L.
HSCA Deposition
White House photographer.

Kramer, Monica
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Kriss, Harry M.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Krystinik, Raymond Franklin
WC Testimony
Fellow employee of Michael R. Paine in Texas

Kurtz, Michael L.
ARRB Testimony

Landis, Paul E. Jr
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Lane, Mark
WC Testimony 1, 2

Latona, Sebastian F.
WC Testimony
Fingerprint expert, FBI

Lawrence, John Stevens Rutter
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness to a man with a rifle.

Lawrence, Perdue William
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Lawson, Winston G.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Leavelle, James R.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

LeBlanc, Charles Joseph
WC Testimony
Maintenance man, William B. Reily Co.

Lee, Ivan D.
Affidavit
Agent, FBI

Lee, Vincent T.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Official, Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Lehrer, James
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Lesar, James
ARRB Testimony 1, 2

Leslie Helen
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Levey, Julian L.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Levine, Lowell
HSC Testimony
Forensic dentist

Lewis, Aubrey Lee
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Lewis, Clinton
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Lewis, C. L. "Lummie"
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Lewis, Erwin Donald
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Lewis, L.J.
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene

Liebeler, Wesley
ARRB Testimony
Warren Commission lawyer

Lidin, Harold Jerome
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Lifton, David
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher

Light, Frederick W. Jr.
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U.S. Army.

Link, Robert
Shaw trial testimony

Livingstone, Harrison
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Logan, David
Telephone convesation with James Alcock

Lord, Billy Joe
Affidavit
Passenger with Oswald on SS Marion Lykes.

Lowery, Roy Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Lovelady, Billy Nolan
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Lujan, Daniel Gutierrez
WC Testimony
Appeared in lineup with Oswald.

Lutz, Monty
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Lux, J. Philip
Affidavit
Employee, H. L. Green Co

Mabra, W. W.
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Mack, Gary
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researher.

Macphearson, Duncan
Interview

Malley, James R.
HSC Testimony

Mallory, Katherine
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Mamantov, Ilya A.
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Manchester, John
Shaw trial testimony

Mandella, Arthur
WC Testimony
Fingerprint expert, New York City Police Department.

Marcus, Jack
12/2/63 FBI report

Markham, Helen
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Marrs, Jim
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Martello, Francis L.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Lieutenant, New Orleans Police Department.

Martin, Billy Joe
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Martin, Dwight W.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Martin, Frank M.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Martin, James Herbert
WC Testimony
Former business manager for Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald.

Matthews, Russel Douglas
HSC deposition

Maxey, Billy Joe
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Mayo, Logan W.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

McBride, Palmer E.
FBI interview
Acquaintance of Lee Harvey Oswald.

McCaghren, Paul
HSC Testimony
Former lieutenant of the Dallas Police Department

McCamy, Calvin S.
HSC Testimony, 2, 3, 4

McCarthy, Elizabeth
Shaw trial testimony

McClelland, Robert Nelson
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

McCloy, John J.
HSC Testimony

McCone, John A.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Director, Central Intelligence Agency.

McCullough John G.
WC Testimony
Reporter, Philadelphia.

McCurley, A.D.
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

McDonald, M. N.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

McFarland, John Bryan
Affidavit
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963.

McFarland, Meryl
Affidavit
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963.

McGehee, Edwin Lea
Shaw trial testimony

McIntyre, William T.
Original Report

McKeown, Robert Ray
HSC testimony
Dallas Associate of Jack Ruby

McLain, H. B.
HSC Testimony
Member of Dallas Police Department,Witness at assassination scene

McLaughlin John
ARRB Testimony

McNally, Joseph
HSC Testimony 1, 2

McVickar, John A.
WC Testimony1, 2
Foreign Service officer stationed at American Embassy in Soviet Union in 1959-61.

McWatters, Cecil J.
WC Testimony
Busdriver, Dallas.

McWillie, Lewis
HSC Testimony, 11/27/63 FBI report
Ruby associate with purported mob ties.

Melanson, Philip
ARRB Testimony

Meller, Anna N.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Mercer, Julia Ann
11/22/63 Affidavit

Meros Thomas
ARRB Testimony

Meyers, Lawrence V.
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Michaelis, Heinz W.
WC Testimony
Manager, Seaport Traders, Inc.

Milam, Wallace
ARRB Testimony

Miller, Austin L.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Miller, Louis D.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Miller, Page Putnam
ARRB Testimony

Millican, A. J.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Mirabal Diaz, Alfredo
HSC Testimony

Mitchell, Mary Anne
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Molina, Joe R.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD

Montgomery, L. D.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Mooney, Luke
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 Sheriff’s report
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Moore, Goldie Naomie
Shaw trial testimony

Moore, Henry M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Moorman, Mary Ann
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony

Morgan, Reeves
Shaw trial testimony

Mumford, Pamela
WC Testimony
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963

Murphy, Joe E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Murphy, Paul Edward
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Murrah, David
ARRB Testimony

Murray, David Christie Jr.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Murret, Charles D. (Dutz)
WC Testimony
Uncle of Lee Harvey Oswald, New Orleans.

Murret, John, M. (Boogie)
WC Testimony
Cousin of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Murret, Lillian
WC Testimony, Affidavit
aunt of LHO.

Murret, Marilyn Dorothea
WC Testimony
Cousin of LHO.

Naman, Rita
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Nelson, Doris Mae
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital.

Newman Gayle
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, Jean
11/22/63 Affidavit
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, John
ARRB Testimony

Newman, William Eugene
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, William J.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Newnam, John Wilkins
WC Testimony
Advertising department employee, Dallas newspaper.

Newquist, Andrew M.
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Nichols, H. Louis
WC Testimony
Former president, Dallas bar association.

Nichols, John
Shaw trial testimony

Nicol, Joseph D.
WC Testimony
Firearms identification expert, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, Illinois Department of Public Safety.

Norman, Harold
WC Testimony, 12/4/63 Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

O’Brien, Lawrence F.
WC Testimony
Assistant to President Kennedy

O’Donnell, Edward
Shaw trial testimony

O’Donnell, Kenneth P.
WC Testimony

O’Sullivan, Frederick S.
WC Testimony

Odell, J.G.
Sheriffs report
Eyewitness of Lee Oswald on a bus just after the assassination.

Odio Sylvia
WC Testimony
Former citizen of Cuba now residing in Dallas.

Odum, Bardwell D.
Affidavid
Agent, FBI

Ofstein, Dennis Hyman
WC Testimony
Employee, Jaggers-Chiles-Stovall, Dallas.

Olds, Gregory Lee
WC Testimony
President, Dallas Chapter, American Civil Liberties Union.

Oliver Massegee, Beverly
ARRB Testimony

Oliver, Revilo Pendleton
WC Testimony
Member of the council of the John Birch Society.

Olivier, Alfred G.
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U. S. Army.

Olsen, Harry N.
WC Testimony
Former member, Dallas Police Department.

Olsen, Kay Helen
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby.

Orth, Herbert
Shaw trial testimony

Osborn, Steve
ARRB Testimony

Osborne, Mack
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Oser, Alvin
Shaw trial closing arguments, Rebuttal arguments

Oswald, Marguerite
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Mother of Lee Harvey Oswald

Oswald (Porter), Marina
WC Testimony1, 2, 3, 4, HSC Testimony 1, 2, 3,HSCA Depositions, Shaw trial testimony
Widow of Lee Harvey Oswald

Oswald, Robert Edward Lee
WC Testimony
Brother of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Owens, Calvin Bud
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Owens, Ernest
11/22/63 Affidavit
witnessed a man with a rifle on 11/21/63.

Oxford. J. L.
11/23/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Paine, Michael Ralph
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Paine, Ruth Hyde
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
Wife of Michael R. Paine and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Palmer, Henry Earl
Shaw trial testimony

Panitz, Meyer R.
1/14/64 FBI report

Panzeca, Salvatore
Shaw trial testimony

Papale, Antonio Edward
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Pappas, Icarus M.
WC Testimony
Reporter, radio station, New York City.

Patrick, Leonard
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Patterson, B.M.
FBI Report

Patterson, Bobby G.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Pena, Orest
WC Testimony
Owner, Habana Bar, New Orleans.

Pena, Ruperto
WC Testimony
Brother of Orest Pena

Perkins, John N.
Shaw trial testimony

Perry, Malcolm Oliver
WC Testimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Perry, W. E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Peterman, Viola, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Neighbor of Oswald family in New Orleans.

Peters, Paul Conrad
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Petty, Charles S.
HSC Testimony
Forensic pathologists serving on the select committee autopsy panel

Phelan, James
Shaw trial testimony

Phenix, George R.
WC Testimony
Television cameraman and reporter, Dallas.

Pic, Edward John Jr.
WC Testimony, Affidavit
First husband of Marguerite Oswald.

Pic, John Edward
WC Testimony
Half brother of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Pierce, Rio S.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Pinkston, Nat A.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Piper, Eddie
WC Testimony1, 2, 11/23/63 Affidavit
Employee, TSBD.

Pizzo, Frank
WC Testimony
Assistant manager of auto agency, Dallas.

Player, Charles Polk
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Poe, J. M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Postal, Julia
WC Testimony
Cashier, Texas Theatre.

Potts, Walter E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Powers, Daniel Patrick
WC Deposition
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Powers, David F.
Affidavit
Assistant to President Kennedy.

Price, Charles Jack
WC Testimony
Administrator, Parkland Hospital.

Price, J. C.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene.

Price, Malcolm H., Jr.
WC Testimony
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range.

Priddy, Hal, Jr.
WC Testimony
Relief dispatcher, O’Neil Funeral Home in Dallas.

Putnam, James A.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Quigley, John Lester
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI.

Rachal, John R.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Rachley, Virgie
See Baker, Mrs. Donald.

Rackle, George W. Sr.
WC Testimony
Employee, Coordinated RR. Co.

Raigorodsky, Paul M.
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Randle, Linnie Mae
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 FBI report
Buell Wesley Frazier’s sister and neighbour of Ruth Paine.

Rankin, Lee J.
HSC Testimony, ARRB Testimony

Ray, Natalie.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ray, Thomas M.
WC Testimony
Husband of Natalie Ray and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ray, Valentina
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Rea, Billy Andrew
WC Testimony
Advertising staff, Dallas newspaper.

Ready, John D.
Original Report

Rector, Clarence A.
11/30/63 FBI report

Reid, Mrs. Robert A.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Reilly, Frank E.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Reilly, John F.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Revill, Jack
WC Testimony 1, 2, HSC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Reynolds, Johnie
FBI Report

Reynolds, Warren Allen
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Rich, Joe Henry
Statement

Riebe, Floyd
ARRB Deposition

Riggs, Chester Allen, Jr.
Affidavit
Landlord of the Oswalds in Fort Worth.

Ritchie, James L.
WC Testimony
Passport Officer, Department of State.

Roberts, Earlene
WC Testimony
Housekeeper at Oswald’s roominghouse in Dallas.

Roberts, Emory P.
Original Report

Robertson, Mary Jane
WC Testimony
Employee, Dallas Police Department.

Robertson, Victor F.
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Rodriguez, Evaristo
WC Testimony
Bartender at Habana Bar, New Orleans.

Rogers, Eric
WC Testimony
Neighbor of the Oswalds in New Orleans.

Rolland, Rowland Charles
Shaw trial testimony

Romack, James
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Rose, Guy F.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Ross, Henrietta M.
WC Testimony
Technician, Parkland Hospital.

Roussel, Henry J.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Rowland, Arnold Louis
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Rowland, Barbara Walker
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Rowley, James J.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Chief, U.S. Secret Service.

Ruby, Earl
HSC Testimony

Ruby, Jack
WC Testimony 1, 2
Convicted slayer of Oswald.

Rusk, Dean
WC Testimony
Secretary of State.

Russell, Dick
ARRB Testimony

Russell, Harold
Affidavit, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Russo, Perry Raymond
Shaw Grand Jury testimony 1, 2, Shaw preliminary hearing testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, Shaw trial testimony 1, 2

Ryan, Joseph
Shaw trial testimony, Transcript of Jim Kemp interview

Ryder, Dial D.
WC Testimony
Employee, Irving Sports Shop.

Salerno Ralph
HSC Testimony

Salyer, Kenneth Everett
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Sanders, Charles
ARRB Testimony

Saunders, Richard L.
WC Testimony
Advertising staff, Dallas newspaper.

Sawyer, J., Herbert
WC Testimony
Inspector, Dallas Police Department.

Schaeffer, Roy
ARRB Testimony

Schmidt, Hunter Jr.
WC Testimony
City editor, Dallas.

Schmidt, Volkmar
Interview by Kelly

Schuster, Peter
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony, Shaw trial testimony

Scoggins, William W.
WC Testimony
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Scott, Peter Dale
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Scibor, Mitchell J.
WC Testimony
Employee, Klein’s Sports Goods.

Sedgebeer, Fenner O.
Shaw Grand Jury testimony

Seely, Carroll Hamilton Jr.
WC Testimony
Assistant Chief, Legal Division, Passport Office, Department of State.

Semingsen, W. W.
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Shackelford, Martin
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Shaneyfelt, Lyndal L.
WC Testimony 1, 2, Shaw trial testimony
Photography expert, FBI

Shasteen, Clifton M.
WC Testimony
Owner of barbershop in Irving, Tex.

Shaw, Clay
Shaw trial testimony

Shaw, Robert Roeder
WC Testimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Shelley, William H.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Employee, TSBD

Shields, Edward
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Shires, George T.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Siegel, Evelyn Grace Strickman
WC Testimony
Social worker, New York City.

Simmons, James
Shaw trial testimony

Simmons, Ronald
WC Testimony
Weapons evaluation expert, U.S. Army Weapons System Division.

Simon, Art
ARRB Testimony

Sims, Richard M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Sitzman, Marilyn
Interview with Josiah Thompson

Skelton, Royce G.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Slack, Garland Glenwill
11/22/63 Affidavit
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range.

Slack, Willie B.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smart, Vernon S.
WC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Bennierita, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald at Beauregard Junior High School in New Orleans.

Smith, Edgar Leon Jr.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Glenn Emmett
WC Testimony
Service station attendant in Dallas.

Smith, Hilda L.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Smith, Joe Marshall
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Kenneth
ARRB Testimony

Smith, L.C.
Sheriff’s report
member Dalls County Sheriff’s Department

Smith, William Arthur
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Snow, Clyde Collins
HSC Testimony

Snyder, Richard Edward
WC Testimony
Foreign Service officer, stationed in the Embassy in the Soviet Union, 1959-61.

Solomon, James Maurice
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Sorrels, Forrest V.
WC Testimony 1, 2, affidavit
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Spencer, Saundra
ARRB Deposition

Spitz, Werner
Rockefeller Commission Testimony

Standridge, Ruth Jeanette
WC Testimony
Head nurse of operating rooms, Parkland Hospital.

Staples, Albert F.
Affidavit
Dentist at Baylor University College of Dentistry.

Stass, Frank Joseph
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Statman, Irving
WC Testimony
Assistant District Director of Dallas District, Texas Employment Commission.

Steele, Charles Hall, Jr.
WC Testimony
Resident of New Orleans who assisted Oswald in distribution of handbills.

Steele, Charles Hall, Sr.
WC Testimony
Father of Charles Hall Steele, Jr.

Steele, Don Francis
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Stevenson, M. W.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Deputy Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Stombaugh, Paul Morgan
WC Testimony
Hair and fiber expert, FBI.

Stovall, Richard S.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Strehly, Harold
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Stringer, John T.
ARRB Deposition

Stuckey, William Kirk
WC Testimony
Radio program director, New Orleans.

Studebaker, Robert Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Sturdivan, Larry
HSC Testimony

Summers, Malcolm
11/22/63 Affidavit

Surrey, Robert Alan
WC Testimony
Publisher of handbill attacking President Kennedy.

Sutherland, Lawrence
ARRB Testimony

Sweatt, Allan
11/23/63 report
Chief Criminal Deputy, Dallas County Sheriff

Tadin, Nicholas
Shaw trial testimony

Tadin, Mrs. Nicholas
Shaw trial testimony

Tague , James Thomas
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Talbert. Cecil E.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Tanenbaum, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Tatro, Edgar
ARRB Testimony

Tatum, Jack Ray
HSC Interview

Taylor, Gary E.
WC Testimony 1, 8/4/64 Affidavit
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Taylor, Warren W.
Original Report

TenBrink, Philip
ARRB Testimony

Thompson, Josiah
ARRB Testimony

Thompson, Llewellyn E.
WC Testimony
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia.

Thornley, Kerry Wendell
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marines.

Tirado, Silvia
HSC Testimony

Tilley Steve
ARRB Testimony 1, 2, 3

Tobias, Mahlon F., Sr.
WC Testimony
Manager of apartment house where the Oswalds resided, Dallas.

Tobias, Mrs. Mahlon F.
WC Testimony
Wife of M. F. Tobias, Sr.

Todd, James Robert
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Todd, L. C.
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Tomlinson, Darrell C.
WC Testimony
Senior engineer, Parkland Hospital.

Tormey, James J.
WC Testimony
Executive secretary, Hall-Davis Defense Commission.

Trafficante, Santos
HSC Testimony

Trask, Richard
ARRB Testimony 1, 2

Truly, Roy Sansom
WC Testimony1, 2, Affidavit
Superintendent, TSBD.

Turner, F. M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Twiford, Estelle
Affidavit
Wife of Horace Elroy Twiford

Twiford, Horace Elroy
Affidavit
Member, Socialist Labor Party, Houston, Tex.

Tyler, Stephen
ARRB Testimony

Underwood, James Robert
WC Testimony
Assistant news director TV and radio, Dallas.

Vaughn, Roy Eugene
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Verb, Hal
ARRB Testimony

Verdacia, Jose
HSC Testimony

Vernon, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Vinson, Phillip Eugene
WC Testimony
Reporter, Fort Worth.

Voebel, Edward
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in Beauregard Junior High School, New Orleans.

Voshinin, Igor Vladimir
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Voshinin, Mrs. Igor Vladimir
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Wade, Henry
WC Testimony
District attorney, Dallas County.

Waldo, Thayer
WC Testimony
Reporter, Forth Worth.

Walker, C. T.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Walker, Edwin A.
WC Testimony
Resident of Dallas and object of shooting in April 1963.

Walters Ralph
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Walthers, Eddy Raymond (Buddy)
WC Testimony, Sheriff’s report
Deputy sheriff, Dallas County.

Walton, Elizabeth Carolyn
Shaw trial testimony

Waterman, Bernice
WC Testimony
Adjudicator, Passport Office, Department of State.

Watherwax, Arthur William
WC Testimony
Printer, Dallas newspaper.

Watson
Sheriff’s report
Member Dalls County Sheriff’s Department

Watts, Clyde J.
WC Testimony

Weatherford, Harry
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Weatherly, Daryl
ARRB Testimony

Wecht, Cyril H.
HSC Testimony
Dissenting member of the House Forensic Pathology Panel

Wegmann, Cynthia Anne
ARRB Testimony

Wegmann, Edward F.
Shaw trial testimony

Weiner, Irwin Signey
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Weinstock, Louis
Affidavit
General manager, the Worker.

Weiss, Mark
HSC Testimony
Accoustic expert.

Weissman, Bernard William
WC Testimony 1, 2
Codraftsman and signer of November 22, 1963, full-page advertisement.

Weitzman, Moses
ARRB Testimony

Weitzman, Seymour
WC Testimony
Deputy constable, Dallas County.

West, Troy Eugene
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Westbrook, W. R.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Wester, Jane Carolyn
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital.

Whalen, Edward James
Garrison Report on

Whaley, William Wayne
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Taxicab driver in Dallas.

White, J.C.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

White, Jack D.
HSC Testimony

White, Martin G.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Whitworth, Edith
WC Testimony
Manager, used furniture store, Irving, Tex.

Wiggins, Woodrow
WC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Wilcott, James B.
HSCA Executive session testimony
Former CIA Employee.

Wilcox, Laurance R.
WC Testimony
District manager, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Williams, Bonnie Ray
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Willis, Linda Kay
WC Testimony
Daughter of Phillip L. Willis.

Willis, Mrs. Phillip
Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Willis, Phillip L.
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Wilson, Thomas
ARRB Testimony

Wiseman, John
11/23/63 Report
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County

Witt, Louie Steven
HSC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Wittmus. Ronald G.
Affidavit
Fingerprint expert, FBI

Wood, Homer
WC Testimony
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range

Wood, Sterling Charles
WC Testimony
Son of Dr. Homer Wood

Wood, Theresa
WC Testimony
Wife of Dr. Homer Wood

Worley, Gano E.
WC Testimony
Reserve Force, Dallas Police Department.

Worrell, James Richard, Jr.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Wright, Milton T.
Statement

Wulf, William E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in his youth.

Yarborough, Ralph W.
Affidavit
U.S. Senator from Texas.

Yeargan, Albert C. Jr.
Affidavit
Employee, H. C. Green, Dallas.

Youngblood, Rufus W.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Zahm, James A.
WC Testimony
Marine Corps expert on marksmanship.

Zaid, Mark S.
ARRB Testimony

Zapruder Abraham
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony 1, 2
Witness at assassination scene.

List of on-line Warren Commission Exhibits

VOLUME XVI

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1
Unsigned note to Marina Oswald.
1-2

2
Group of photographs.
3-4

3
Group of photographs. Including a photograph of the house of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker resigned, U.S. Army).
5

4
Group of photographs.
6

5
Photograph of the home of General Walker.
7-8

15
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy, dated November 9, 1963.
33

24
Lee Harvey Oswald’s "Historic Diary".
94-105

25
Notes written by Lee Harvey Oswald on Holland-American Lines stationery.
106-122

59
Note from "Aleck" to Marina Oswald, dated February 20.
205

97
Notes by Oswald re Communist Party of the United States.
422-430

100
Self-questionnaire by Lee Harvey Oswald.
436-439

103
Draft of letter written by Lee Harvey Oswald to the Russian Embassy (Commission Exhibit No. 15).
443-444

133 A-B
Photographs of Lee Harvey Oswald holding a rifle.
510

134
Enlargement of Commission Exhibit No. 133-A.
510

141
6.5-millimueter cartridge.
513

142
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building after the assassination.
513

143
.38 caliber revolver, serial No. V510210 (this revolver will be subsequently referred to as the V510210 revolver).
513

150
Man’s brown shirt.
515

162
Gray zipper Jacket.
520

163
Blue zipper jacket.
521

228
Application form filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald on March 4, 1959 for entry in the Albert Schweitzer College.
621-625

237
Photograph of unidentified man.
638

244
Declaration of Lee Harvey Oswald requesting that his U.S. citizenship be revoked, dated November 3, 1959.
684

283
Page 68A of the February 21, 1964, issue of Life magazine.
803

344
photograph of the Presidential limousine.
943

345
Photograph of the Presidential limousine with top up, from the rear.
943

346
Photograph of the Presidential limousine, depicting interior.
943

349
Photograph of the windshield of the Presidential limousine, depicting an indentation on the metal framework.
945

350
Photograph of windshield of the Presidential limousine taken from outside the car, depicting a crack in the windshield on the driver’s side.
946

351
Windshield removed from the Presidential limousine.
947

352
Photograph of rear seat of the Presidential limousine taken from above, depicting condition of rear seat after occupants were removed on November 22, 1963.
948

353
Photograph of scene depicted in Commission Exhibit No. 352, taken from a different angle.
948

357
Copy of statement of Arnold Louis Rowland taken by Sheriff’s Department, County of Dallas, Tex., on November 22, 1963.
953

385
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comndr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing side view of entry and exit wounds to neck area.
977

386
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing view from posterior aspect of entry wound to neck area and also the skull wound.
977

387
Clinical record of the autopsy protocol prepared by the Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Md., on the autopsy performed on President Kennedy.
978-983

388
Schematic drawing made at Bethesda Naval Hospital from description of what Comdr. James J. Humes observed at time of autopsy on President Kennedy, showing skull wound as viewed from above.
984

389
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing position of President Kennedy in his car at time of shooting.
985

390
Frame from motion picture taken by Abraham Zapruder of motorcade showing explosion from bullet as it hit President Kennedy’s head.
986

391
Supplementary report of autopsy No. A63-272, on President John F. Kennedy, Naval Medical School, giving gross description of brain.
987-989

VOLUME XVII

Exibit
No
Description
Page

392
Medical reports from doctors at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Tex., concerning treatment of President Kennedy at that hospital on November 22, 1963.
1-22

393
Coat worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
23-24

394
Shirt worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
25-26

395
Tie worn by President Kennedy at time of assassination.
27

396
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade shortly before first bullet struck President Kennedy.
28

398
Frame from the Zapruder film depicting motorcade immediately after first bullet struck President Kennedy.
49

399
Bullet found on stretcher at Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Tex.
49

404
Note from Marina Oswald to Ruth Paine, dated March 4, 1963.
81

447
Photograph of west side of Randle home showing carport and location of Buell Wesley Frazier’s car on the morning of November 22, 1963.
167

477
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as marked by Howard Brennan.
197

480
Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

481
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken shortly after the assassination.
199

482
Closeup photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 481.
200

483
Diagram of the floor plan of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
201

484
Photograph taken near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
202

485
Photograph of Harold Norman, James Jarman, and Bonnie Ray Williams, showing their positions on the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building as the motorcade passed.
202

492
Photograph of the west side of the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
207

493
Affidavit of Harold Norman, dated December 4, 1963.
208

497
Diagram of the floor plan of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
212

503
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, as it appeared on November 22, 1963.
216

504
Photograph of "Rolling Readers" carton near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
216

505
Photograph of the stairway between the second and third floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
217

506
Photograph of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting position of Lee Harvey Oswald’s clipboard when discovered.
218

507
Diagram of the seventh floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
219

508
Photograph of cartons at the southeast corner of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

509
Photograph of cartons near the assassination window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
220

510
Photograph of the area near the assassination window, depicting location of the three rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
221

511
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of two of the rifle cartridge cases, when discovered.
222

512
Photograph of the area near the assassination window depicting location of three of the rifle cartridge eases, when discovered.
223

513
Photograph of cartons near the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
224

514, 515, 516,517
Various photographs of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, depicting location of the C2766 rifle when discovered.
224-226

518
Four .38 cartridge.
226

542
Replica of the C2766 rifle.
241

543, 544, 545
Three 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
241

546-547
Two charts illustrating the cartridge-ejection pattern of the C2766 rifle.
242-243

548-549
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 15 yards
244-245

550
Target fired with the C2766 rifle at 25 yards.
246

551,552,553,554
Targets fired with the C2766 rifle at 100 yards.
247-248

555
Diagram illustrating the interior of a telescopic sight.
248

556
Diagram illustrating the type of lead to be given a moving target ins situation similar to the assassination.
248

557
Two 6.5-millimeter test cartridge cases fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
249

558
Photograph of the bolt face of the C2766 rifle.
249

559
Comparison photograph of the 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases and test 6.5-millimeter cartridge cases fired in the C2766 rifle.
250

560
Calculations concerning the lead to be given a moving target in a situation similar to the assassination.
251

567
Fragment of the nose of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
256

569
Fragment of the base of a bullet, found in the front of the Presidential limousine following the assassination.
257

572
Two test bullets fired from the C2766 rifle for comparison purposes.
258

573
Bullet recovered from General Walker’s house following the attempt on his life.
258

574-575
Two photographs of the clip from the C2766 rifle, showing it holding six cartridges and empty.
258

592
Five .38 Special cartridges found in the pocket of Lee Harvey Oswald following his apprehension.
264

594
Four .38 Special cartridge cases found at the Tippit crime scene.
267

595
Two test .38 Special cartridges fired for comparison purposes from the V510210 revolver.
267

602, 603, 604,605
Four bullets recovered from the body of Officer Tippit.
270-271

626
Bag made out of wrapping paper, found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination (same as Commission Exhibit No. 142).
281

627
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
282

628
Card with left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department
283

629
Card with right palmprint of, Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
284

630
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the Dallas Police Department.
285

631
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 629 with a circle around a portion of the palmprint.
286

632
Photograph of a latent palmprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
286

633
Photograph of a latent fingerprint found on Commission Exhibit No. 142.
287

633-A
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 630 with a circle around the left index fingerprint.
287

634
Chart comparing the latent fingerprint (Commission Exhibit No. 633) and Oswald’s left index fingerprint, circled on Commission Exhibit No. 633-A.
288

634-A
Diagram illustrating some common fingerprint characteristics used by experts in comparing fingerprints.
288

635
Card with fingerprints of Lee Harvey Oswald taken by the U.S. Marine Corps.
289

636
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 632) with the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled on Commission Exhibit No. 631.
290

637
Lift of a latent palmprint from the barrel of the C2766 rifle.
290

638
Photograph of Oswald’s right palmprint card (Commission Exhibit No. 629) with a circle around a portion of the paimprint.
291

639
Photograph of the lift in Commission Exhibit No. 637.
291

640
Chart comparing the latent palmprint (Commission Exhibit No. 637) and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint in Commission Exhibit No. 638.
292

641
A carton, labeled "Box A," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
292

648
A carton, labeled "Box D," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
296

649
Portion of Commission Exhibit No. 648, bearing a latent palmprint.
297

652
Chart comparing Commission Exhibit No. 650 and the portion of Oswald’s right palmprint circled in Commission Exhibit No. 651.
299

653
A carton, labeled "Box B," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

654
A carton, labeled "Box C," found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building following the assassination.
300

655
Two photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No.648.
301

656
Ten photographs of latent prints found on Commission Exhibit No. 641.
302-307

665
Chart comparing cotton, woolen, and viscose fibers.
326

666
Diagram of a hair.
326

677
Sample of wrapping paper and gummed tape taken from the Texas School Book Depository Building on November 22, 1963, for comparison purposes.
334

683
Front view of coat worn by Governor Connally, at time of the assassination.
340

685
Back view of shirt worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
342

687
Front view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
344

688
Back view of pants worn by Governor Connally at time of the assassination.
345

697-698
Photographs of the Presidential limousine taken during the earlier part of the trip through Dallas on November 22, 1963.
354

704
Aerial view of Main, Houston, and Elm Streets, in downtown Dallas, as marked by Chief Jesse E. Curry.
360

709
Copy of a report from Lt. Jack Revill to Capt. W. P. Gannaway of the Dallas Police Department.
495

714
Two photographs of Oswald with rifle.
498

715
Photograph of two cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
499

716
Photograph of three cartridge cases near the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
500

717
Envelope in which the three cartridge cases found near the southeast corner window of the Texas School Book Depository Building were contained.
501

718
Photograph of rifle hidden beneath boxes in northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
501

719
Photograph showing northwest corner of sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken from a distance, showing boxes behind which the rifle was concealed.
502

720-721
Photographs of the latent palm print on magazine housing of the C2766 rifle.
502-503

722
Photograph of Houston Street looking south from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
504

723
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing position of boxes in window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
504

724
Photograph from the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking southwest on Elm Street.
505

725
Photograph of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing full length of first aisle on east side of the building.
505

726
Photograph showing the second aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
506

727
Photograph showing the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, looking east along south wall.
506

728
Photograph of the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
507

729
Photograph taken in the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, showing location of Commission Exhibit No. 142, when discovered.
507

730, 731, 732
Photographs of the wrapping bench on the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
508

733-734
Photographs of the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing position of boxes near the window as reconstructed on November 25, 1963.
509

735
Photograph showing the right palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
510

736
Photograph showing the left palmprint of Lee Harvey Oswald.
511

737
Photograph of the C2766 rifle found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken at 9 p.m. on November 22, 1963, at the city hall in Dallas.
511

738
Photograph of property released by the Dallas Police Department to the FBI on November 28, 1963.
512

739
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Houston Street.
512

740
Photograph showing view of the Texas School Book Depository Building from Elm Street.
513

741
Photograph of the lunchroom on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
513

742
Photograph showing outside door to the second floor lunchroom of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
514

743
Photograph of stairway in southwest corner of the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, leading to the first floor.
514

744
Photograph of Officer M. N. McDonald of the Dallas Police Department, taken on November22, 1963, at 2 p.m.
515

745
Photograph of Don Ables, a Jail clerk of the Dallas Police Department, who appeared in the lineup. With Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22 and 23, 1963.
516

750
Camera used to take Commission Exhibits No. 133-A and 183-B.
524

751
Photograph of the film-plane aperture in Commission Exhibit No.750
525

770
"Wanted for Treason" circular.
627

773
Photograph of a mail order for a rifle in the name "A. Hidell," and the envelope in which the order was sent.
635

775
"Affidavit of Support," addressed to the American Embassy in Russia, signed Lee H. Oswald dated January 17, 1962.
637

781
Passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated June 24,1963.
666-667

788
U.S. postal money order, in the amount of $21.45, dated March 12, 1963, which accompanied the mail order In Commission Exhibit No. 773.
677

791
Portion of an application for Post Office Box 915, Dallas, Tex., dated October 9, 1962.
679

792
Photograph of Commission Exhibit No. 791.
679

837
Article from the "National Enquirer" dated May 17, 1964.
837

840
Small lead particles found on rug underneath left jump seat of Presidential limousine.
840

841
Lead residue found on inside surface of glass of windshield of the Presidential limousine.
840

842
Small fragment of metal from wrist of Governor Connally.
841

843
Two metal fragments removed from the President’s head at the time of the autopsy.
841

844
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 6.5-mm. Mannlicher-Carcano ball fired at 90-yard range.
842

845
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by 7.62-mm. ball, M80, fired from M14 rifle at 100 m. range.
843

846
Photograph of permanent tract produced in gelatin tissue model by cal.257 Roberts soft point hunting bullet fired at 100 m. range.
843

872
Scale drawing of the Presidential limousine.
867

873
Photograph of interior of rear section of the Presidential limousine showing seating arrangement in car with jump seats in open position.
868

874
Photograph of interior of Presidential limousine showing relative positions of jump seats in an open position as they relate to back seat of car.
869

876
Aerial view of the site known as Dealey Plaza in Dallas, indicating large buildings surrounding area and Triple Underpass by numbers 1 through 11.
896

VOLUME XVIII

Exhibit
No.
Description
Page

885
Album of black and white photographs of frames from the Zapruder,Nix, and Muchmore films.
1-85

886
Photographic exhibit depicting position A, which did not show on the Zapruder film, but which was established as first point at which a person in the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building could have gotten a shot at the back of the President as his car rounded the corner from Houston Street to Elm Street
85

887
Photograph of Special Agent Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, taken on May 24, 1964, at the southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, with purported assassination rifle mounted on tripod which was fixed at approximate height of boxes used by assassin to position rifle at time of the assassination, with Aeroflex motion picture camera mounted on rifle.
86

888
Photograph exhibit depicting three photographs as follows:
(1) photograph of frame 161 from the Zapruder film;
(2) photo graph of car taken during reenactment on May 24, 1964, with photograph and car positioned same as Zapruder and car were when frame 161 was taken; and
(3) photograph taken of that car at that position through rifle scope from southeast corner window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building during reenactment on May 24, 1964.
86

889
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 166 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
57

890
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 185 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
87

891
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 186 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

892
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 207 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
88

893
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 210 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

894
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 222 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
89

895
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 225 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

896
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 231 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
90

897
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 235 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
91

898
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 244) of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

899
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 249 of the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
92

900
Photographic exhibit of photograph taken by AP photographer at time of the assassination and photograph taken from same position at time of reenactment.
93

901
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 255 in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888.
94

902
Photographic exhibit depicting frame 318 from the Zapruder film in same manner as Commission Exhibit No. 888, one frame from the Nix film with the reenactment photograph, and one frame from the Muchmore film with the reenactment photograph.
95

903
Photograph taken at garage, following reenactment of aseasainatlon on May 24, 1964, depicting probable angle of declination of bullet which passed through President Kennedy and Governor Connally.
96

931
Undated letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the American Embassy in Moscow.
131-132

946
Passport of Lee Harvey Oswald, issued September 10,1959.
160-171

992
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 990, as translated by flarris L. Coulter, Department of State.
547

994
Translation of Commission Exhibit No. 993.
596-642

1005
Diagram of the immediate area surrounding the house of General Walker, drawn by Robert A. Surrey.
655

1006
Photograph of window in General Walker’s house taken from the north which is the alley side showing bullet hole in the raised window sash.
655

1007
Photograph of same window as in Commission Exhibit No. 1006, taken from the inside of General Walker’s house, showing the screen In place as well as bullet hole In under edge of sash crossbar
656

1008
Photograph of wall In General Walker’s house showing point at which bullet entered wall narrowly missing Walker.
656

1009
Photograph of opposite side of wall shown on Commission Exhibit No. 1008, with all paraphernalia In place as of Apr11 10, 1963, and also showing bullet exit hole.
657

1010
Photograph of tire imprint in area surrounding General Walker’s house.
657

1011
Photograph of fence in rear of General Walker’s house.
658

1012
Photograph of clothesline in rear yard of General Walker’s house.
658

1016
Photograph of Mormon Church parking lot and alley directly behind property of General Walker.
663

1017
Photograph showing alley entrance to Mormon Church parking lot, near the house of General Walker.
664

1024
Letter from the Secret Service to the Commission, dated June 11, 1964, with attached statements of Secret Service personnel concerning the events surrounding the assassination
722-802

1031
Tear sheet from the Dallas Morning News of November 22, 1963, entitled "Welcome Mr. Kennedy".
835

VOLUME XIX

Exibit
No.
Description
page

Anderson, Eugene E.

1
Letter from Lt. Col. A. G. Folsom, Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, to the Commission, dated June 8, 1964.
16-18

Carro, John

1
Copy of case report of Probation Officer John Carro on Lee Harvey Oswald in connection with truancy charges, dated March 12, 1958, through March 11, 1954.
308-323

Decker, J. E.

5323
Dallas County Sheriff’s Office record of the events surrounding the assassination.
454-543

Dillard, Tom C.

C
Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, of which Dullard Exhibit A is an enlargement.
565

D
Same as Dillard Exhibit B.
566

Edwards, Robert E.

A
Copy of sworn affidavit of Robert E. Edwards, dated November 22, 1963.
647

Fischer, Ronald B.

1
Copy of sworn affidavit of Ronald B. Fischer, dated November 22, 1963.
650

VOLUME XX

Exibit
No.
Description
page

Holland, S. M.

D
Copy of sworn affidavit of S. M. Holland, dated November 22, 1963.
163

Johnson, Arnold S.

1
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Worker, dated June 10, 1962.
257-259

4
Letter from Lee. Harvey Oswald to the Communist Party, dated August 28, 1963.
262-264

Lee, Vincent T.

2
Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, dated May 26.
512-513

Odio, Sylvia

1
Copy of a letter written in Spanish to Sylvia Odio from her father, dated December 25, 1963.
688-691

Odum, Bardwell D.

1
Photograph of an unknown individual which was furnished the FBI by the Central Intelligence Agency.
691

VOLUME XXI

Exhibit
No.
page

Pappas, Icarus M.

1
Photograph taken in the basement of the Police and Courts Building showing Jack Ruby, with gun in hand, approaching Lee Harvey Oswald.
18

2
Series of pictures taken before and during the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby.
20

Robertson, Mary J.

2
Copy of the letter described as Robertson Exhibit No. 1, sworn to before a notary public on April 7, 1964.
307

Siegel, Evelyn S.

1
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald, dated May 7, 1953.
484-495

2
Youth House Social Worker’s report concerning Lee Harvey Oswald.
496-509

Skelton, Royce G.

A
Sketch of the Triple Underpass area, showing the position of Royce G. Skelton, at the time of the assassination.
519

Stovall, Richard S.

A
Copy of an undated list of property taken from the home of Ruth
596-597

B
Copy of a list of property taken from the garage of Ruth Paine on November 23, 1963.
598

C
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation of the assassination on November 22 1963.
599-602

D
Copy of a report by G. F. Rose, Richard S. Stovall, and J. P. Adamcik of their investigation on November23, 1963.
603

Stuckey, William K

2
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of an interview between Lee Harvey Oswald and William K. Stuckey on August 17,1963.
621-632

3
Literal transcript of an audio-tape recording of a debate among Lee Harvey Oswald, Carlos Bringuier, and Ed Butler on August 21, 1963.
633-641

Studebaker, Robert L.

A
Photograph of three empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
643

B
Photograph of two empty hulls taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
644

C
Photograph of a rifle where it was discovered on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
645

D
Photographs of boxes stacked by a window on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
646

E
Photograph of boxes showing through the window on the sixth floor of the Texas ‘School Book Depository Building.
646

F
Diagram showing the position of a wrapping paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

G
Photograph showing the location of a paper bag and of Lee Harvey Oswald’s palmprint on a box on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
647

H
Photograph of a two-wheeler, a Dr. Pepper bottle, and a paper sack on the third aisle from the east wall of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
648

I
Photograph of a Dr. Pepper bottle and a two-wheeler on the sixth floor of the Texan School Book Depository Building.
648

J
Photograph of. boxes in and near southeast window of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
649

Tague, James T.

1
Photograph purporting to show a point on the south curb of Main Street In Dallas, from which a bullet allegedly ricocheted.
650

Walker, Edwin A.

1
Photograph of the rear of General Walker’s house, showing the area through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

2
Photograph of a fence in the rear of General Walker’s house through which a shot was fired on April 10, 1963.
713

3
Photograph showing the rear of General Walker’s residence at 4011 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas.
714

4
Photograph showing the entrance to a driveway leading to the residence of General Walker.
714

Weitzman, Seymour

D, E, F
Photographs taken on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building depicting the location of the rifle when discovered.
723-724

VOLUME XXII

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1061
Floor plan of the first floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building.
12

1118
Floor plan of second floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building showing movements of Oswald on November 22, 1963.
85

1119-A
Map tracing the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald between 12:33 p.m. and 1:50 p.m., November 22, 1963.
86

1301
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing arrangement of cartons shortly after shots were fired.
479

1302
Photograph of southeast corner of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository Building, showing approximate location of wrapping-paper bag and location of palmprint on carton.
479

1303
Photograph of rifle, Commission Exhibit No. 139, showing its dimensions when assembled.
480

1304
Photographs of wrapping-paper bag and of component parts of rifle.
480

1312
Photograph of assassination window from inside of building showing a person of Lee Harvey Oswald’s height seated on carton alongside open window.
485

1339
Copy of Youth House psychologist’s report on Lee Harvey Oswald prepared by Irving Sokolow, New York, N.Y., April 17,
558-559

1386
FBI report dated November 26, 1963, reflecting affidavit of Palmer E. McBride at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. (CD 75, pp. 251-254).
710-712

1440
FBI report dated November 30, 1963, of interview of Clarence A. Rector at Houston, Tex. (CD 84, p. 111).
858

1441
FBI report dated January 14,1964, of interview of Meyer R. Panitz at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 360, p. 64).
858

VOLUME XXIII

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1546
FBI report dated November 27, 1963, of interview of Lewis J. Mc Willie, at Las Vegas, Nev. (CD 84, pp. 212-214).
37-38

1772
FBI report dated December 2, 1963, of Interview of Jack Marcus at Evanston, Ill., and FBI report dated December 5, 1963, of interview of Phyllis F. Ruby at Dallas, Tex. (CD 86, pp. 434-437).
379-380

1774
FBI report dated November 25, 1963, of Interview of Jay Bishov at Chicago, Ill. (CD 4, p. 652).
381

1931
FBI report dated November 29, 1963, of interview of Dean Andrews at New Orleans, La. (CD 75, p. 230).
726

1967
FBI report dated November 23, 1963, of interview of Roger Craig at Dallas, Tex. (CD 5, p. 69).
817

1968
Arial photograph showing the location of eyewitnesses to the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald in the vicinity of the Tippit killing.
817

VOLUME XXIV

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

1978
Deposition of Amos Lee Euins dated November 22, 1963, at sheriff’s department, county of Dallas, Tex. (CD 87, p. 235).
4

2113
Map of freeway convergence at Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
543

2114
Photographic views of highway markings in the vicinity of the assassination.
544

2115
Plan view of freeway convergence west of Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
545

VOLUME XXV

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

2214
View from Triple Underpass, Dallas, Tex.
115

2215
View of Triple Underpass from location on. Elm Street.
116

2422
Photograph of Jack Ruby after his arrest on November 24, 1963.

2422
Photograph of Jack Ruby after his arrest on November 24, 1963.

2424
Photograph of Jack Ruby in basement assembly room of Dallas Police Department about midnight, November 22, 1963.
524

2426
Photograph of Jack Ruby’s bedroom on Sunday, November 24,1963.
525

2427
Photograph of "Closed" sign posted in window of Carousel Club.
526

2564
Letter dated August 31, 1964, from State Department to Commission, forwarding communication from Cuban Government concerning visa application of Lee Harvey Oswald (CD 1453).
813-817

2649
FBI report dated December 1, 1963, of interview of Eugene John Murret and others at Mobile, Ala. (CD 24, 1-17).
920-927

VOLUME XXVI

Exibit
No.
Description
Page

2707
Photographs and scale model view of sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository, showing location of clipboard, rifle, and cartons at windows.
78

2717
Lee Harvey Oswald’s handwritten account dated November 15, 1959, of interview with Miss Ailne Mosby, UPI reporter, found among Oswald’s personal effects (FBI exhibits, voL 3, No. 45).
91

2788
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken after his return from Russia in late September 1963 (FBI item 451-4).
177

2891
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item D33-1S).
346

2892
Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald taken in Minsk (FBI item 451-7).
346

2967
Photograph of traffic sign on Main Street in Dallas, Tex., which directs westbound traffic to turn right at Houston Street to gain access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike (CD 822).
449

 

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Ables, Don R.
WC Testimony
Jail Clerk, Dallas Police Department.

Abt, John J.
WC Testimony
New York City attorney.

Acorn, Daniel
ARRB Testimony

Adamcik, John P.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Adams, R. L
WC Testimony
Placement interviewer, Texas Employment Commission.

Adams, Victoria Elisabeth
WC Testimony
Employee, Texas School Book Depository (TSBD).

Aguilar, Gary
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Akin, Gene Coleman
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Alba, Adrian Thomas
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in New Orleans.

Alcock, James
Shaw trial closing arguments, Rebuttal arguments
Shaw trial prosecution attorney.

Aleman, Jose
HSC Testimony
Anti-Castro Associate of Santos Trafficante

Allen, Mrs. J. U.
Affidavit
Secretary, Chainberlin-Hunt Academy.

Altgens, James W
WC Testimony.
Witness at assassination scene.

Anderson, Eugene D.
WC Testimony
Marine Corps markmanship expert.

Andrews, Dean Adams Jr.
WC Testimony., 11/29/63 FBI report, Shaw Grand Jury testimony 1, 2, 3
New Orleans attorney.

Applin, George Jefferson, Jr.
WC Testimony., Deposition.
Witness of Oswald arrest.

Arce, Danny Garcia
WC Testimony, Affidavit.
Employee, TSBD.

Archer, Don Ray
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Armstrong, Andrew Jr.
HSC deposition
Dallas associate of Jack Ruby

Arnett, Charles Oliver
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Aschkenasy, Ernest
HSC Testimony
Expert on accoustical evidence.

Austin, Albert
FBI Report

Azcue, Eusebio
HSC Testimony
Former Cuban Cosul in Mexico City

Backes, Joseph
ARRB Testimony

Baden, Michael
HSC Testimony
Head of the House Forensic Pathology Panel.

Baker, Marrion
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit, 8/11/64 Affidavit
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Baker, Mrs. Donald (AKA Virgie Rachley)
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Employee, TSBD

Baker, Robert Barney
HSC deposition
Union Organizer contacted by Ruby prior to the Assassination

Baker, T. L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Ballew, Roger
FBI Report

Ballen, Samuel B.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Barbe, Emmett Charles, Jr.
Affidavit
Employee, William B. Reily Co.

Bargas, Tommy
WC Testimony
Superintendent, Leslie Welding Co.

Barger, James E.
HSC Testimony 1, 2
Accoustics expert

Barkley, Martin
ARRB Testimony

Barnes, W. E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Barnett, Welcome Eugene
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Barnhorst, Colin
WC Testimony
Desk Clerk, YMCA, in Dallas

Bashour, Fouad
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Batchelder, Endicott A.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Batchelor, Charles
WC Testimony, 2, 3
Assistant Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Bates, John S. Jr.
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Bates, Pauline Virginia
WC Testimony
Pub1ic stenographer, Fort Worth.

Baxter, Charles Rufus
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Beaty, Buford Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Beers, Ira Jefferson "Jack"
WC Testimony
Newspaper photographer, Dallas.

Belin, David
ARRB Testimony
Warren Commision lawyer.

Belmont, Alan H.
WC Testimony
Assistant to the Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Benavides, Domingo
WC Testimony
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Bennett, Glen A.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Benton, Joseph Nelson
WC Testimony
Television reporter, CBS.

Betzner, Hugh William Jr.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Biddison, Jeff
Shaw trial testimony

Bishov, Jay
11/25/63 FBI report

Blalock, Vance
WC Testimony
Observed Oswald in New Orleans.

Bledsoe, Mary E.
WC Testimony, Affidavit.
Oswald’s former landlady in Dallas.

Bond, Wilma
Shaw Trial Testimony

Bogard, Albert Guy
WC Testimony
Automobile salesman, Dallas

Boggs, Lindy
ARRB Testimony

Bookhout, James W.
WC Testimony
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Boone, Eugene
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Sheriff’s report #1,11/22/63 Sheriff’s report #2
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Boswell, Thorton J.
WC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Botelho, James Anthony
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Bouck, Robert Inman
WC Testimony
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Boudreaux, Anne, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald during his youth.

Bouhe, George A.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Bowers, Lee E.
WC Testimony, Affidavit, 11/22/63 Sheriff’s report
Employee, Union Terminal Co.

Bowley, T. F.
12/2/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene

Bowron, Diana Hamilton
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital

Boyd, Elmer L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Braden, Jim
Deposition
Person in the vicinity of the assassination scene

Brauneis, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Brehm, Charles
FBI Report
Witness at assassination scene

Brennan, Howard Leslie
WC Testimony1, 2, 3, 11/22/63 Affidavit,5/7/64 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene

Brewer, E.D.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Brewer, Johnny Calvin
WC Testimony, 12/6/63 Affidavit
Witness of Oswald arrest.

Brian, V. J.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Bringuier, Carlos
WC Testimony
Cuban attorney, now a resident of New Orleans.

Brock, Alvin R.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Brock, Mary
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Brock, Robert
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Brooks, Donald E.
WC Testimony
Employment counselor, Texas Employment Commission.

Brown, C. W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Brown, Earle V.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Brown, Peter Megargee
Affidavit
Counsel for Community Service Society, New York.

Bundy Vernon J. Jr.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Burcham, John W.
Affidavit
Chief of Unemployment Insurance, Texas Employment Commission.

Burkley, George G.
HSCA Affidavit, interview by William McHugh for the John F. Kennedy Library
JFK’s personal Physician.

Burns, Doris
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Burroughs, Warren H.
WC Testimony
Employee, Texas Theatre.

Burt, Jimmy Earl
FBI Report

Butzman, Jonas J.
Shaw trial testimony

Cabell, Earle
WC Testimony
Mayor of Dallas.

Cabell, Earle, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Wife of Mayor Cabell.

Cadigan, James C.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Questioned document expert, FBI.

Call Richard, Dennis
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Callaway, Ted
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Camarata, Donald Peter
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Campisi, Joseph
HSC testimony
Dallas organized crime figure.

Canning, Thomas
HSC Testimony

Carlin, Karen Bennett
WC Testimony 1, 2
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby

Carr, Richard Randolph
Shaw Trial Testimony

Carr, Waggoner
WC Testimony
Attorney general of State of Texas.

Carrico, Charles James
WC Testimony1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Carro, John
WC Testimony
Probation officer, New York City, 1952-54.

Carroll, Bob K.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Carswell, Robert
WC Testimony1, 2
Special assistant to Secretary of the Treasury.

Carter, Clifton C.
Affidavit
Assistant to President Johnson.

Cason, Jack Charles
Affidavit
President, TSBD

Caster, Warren
WC Testimony
Assistant manager, Southwestern Publishing Co., TSBD.

Castro, Fidel
HSC Interviews
Premier of Cuba

Champagne, Donald
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Chayes, Abram
WC Testimony1, 2
Legal Adrift, Department of State.

Chetta, Nicholas J.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony 1, 2

Chism, John Arthur
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Chism, Marvin Faye
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene

Church, Mrs. George B., Jr.
Affidavit
Passenger with Oswald on SS Marion Lykes.

Cimino, Frank
FBI Report

Cimino, Peter
FBI Report

Clardy, Barnard S.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Clark, Max E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Clark, Richard L.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Clark, Thomas Louis
Shaw Grand Jury testimony

Clark, William Kemp
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Clements, Manning C.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Cobb, Lloyd
Shaw trial testimony

Cole, Alwyn
WC Testimony 1, 2
Questioned document examiner, Treasury Department.

Collins, Corrie
Shaw trial testimony

Combest, B. H.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Connally, John Bowden.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Governor of Texas.

Connally, Mrs. John Bowden
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Wife of the Governor of Texas

Connick, Harry F., Sr.
ARRB Testimony

Connor, Peter Francis
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Conway, Debra
ARRB Testimony

Conway, Hiram
WC Testimony
Fort Worth neighbour of the Oswalds in 0swald’s youth.

Corporon, John
Affidavit
Official of New Orleans radio station.

Cooper, John Sherman
HSC Testimony
Member of the Warren Commission.

Couch, Malcolm O.
WC Testimony
TV news cameraman, Dallas.

Coulter, Harris
WC Testimony
State Department interpreter.

Craig, Roger D.
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 Sheriff’s Report,11/22/63 FBI report, Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Crawford, James N.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Creel, Robert J.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Crowe, William D.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby.

Crowley, James D.
Affidavit
Specialist in intelligence matters, Department of State.

Croy, Kenneth Hudson
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Cunningham Cortladt C.
WC Testimony1, 2, 3
Firearms identification expert, FBI.

Curole, Louis
Shaw trial testimony

Curry, Jesse Edward
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 8/10/64 Affidavit
Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Curtis, Don Teel
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Cutchshaw, Wilbur Jay
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Daniels, Napoleon J.
WC Testimony
Former member, Dallas Police Department.

Davis, Barbara Jeanette
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinty of the Tippit crime scene.

Davis, Eugene C.
Shaw Grand Jury testimony
New Orleans associate of Dean Andrews

Davis, Floyd Guy
WC Testimony
Operator, Sports Drome Rifle Range

Davis, Virginia
WC Testimony1, 2, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Day, J.C.
WC Testimony 1, 5/7/64 and 6/23/64 Affidavits
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Dean, Patrick Trevore
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Decker, J.E. (Bill)
WC Testimony
Sheriff, Dallas County

Dedon, Mrs. Bobbie
Shaw trial testimony

Delgado, Nelson
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

De Mohrenschildt, George
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswalds in Texas

De Mohrenschildt, Jeanne
WC Testimony
Aquaintance of Oswalds in Texas.

Dhority, C. N.
WC Testimony, 5/12/64 Affidavit
Member, Dallas Police Department.

DiEugenio, James
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Dillard, Tom C.
WC Testimony
Photographer-Journalist, Dallas.

Dillon, C. Douglas
WC Testimony
Secretary of the Treasury

Dobbs, Farrell
WC Testimony
International Secretary, Socialist Workers Party.

Donabedian, George
WC Testimony
Captain, U.S. Navy.

Donovan, John E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in the Marine Corps.

Dougherty, Jack Edwin
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

Dox, Ida
HSC Testimony
Medical illustrator for the House Select Committee.

Dulany, Richard B.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Duncan, William Glenn
WC Testimony
Employee, radio station, Dallas.

Dunn, William E. Sr.
Shaw trial testimony

Duran, Sylvia
See Tirado, Sylvia

Dymitruk, Lydia
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Dymond, Irvin
Shaw trial opening arguments, closing arguments
Shaw defense attorney

Dziemian, Arthur
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U.S. Army.

Ebersole, John H.
HSCA Deposition
Radiologist, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Edisen, Adele E. U.
ARRB Testimony

Edwards, Robert Edwin
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Employee, Dallas City Courthouse.

Einspruch, Burton C.
HSC Testimony

Elkins, Harold E.
11/26/63 report
Deputy Sheriff, County of Dallas

Euins, Amos Lee
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Evans, Julian
WC Testimony
Husband of Myrtle Evans.

Evans, Myrtle
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Marguerite Oswald in Oswald’s youth.

Everard, Wayne
ARRB Testimony

Evica, George Michael
ARRB Testimony

Fain, John Wythe
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI.

Fatter, Esmond A
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Faulkner, Jack
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Feldsott, Louis
Affidavit
President, Crescent Firearms, Inc.

Fenley, Robert Gene
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Fink, Pierre A.
WC Testimony, HSCA Deposition, Shaw trial testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Fischer, Ronald B.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Auditor, City of Dallas.

Florer, Larry
11/22/63 Affidavit

Folsom, Allison G.
WC Testimony
Lt. Col., U.S. Marine Corps.

Ford, Declan P.
WC Testimony
Husband of Katherine N. Ford and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ford, Gerald
HSC Testimony
Warren Commission Member.

Ford, Katherine
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Foster, J. W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Franzen, Jack
Deposition
Witness at the assassination scene.

Franzen, Mrs. Jack
Deposition
Witness at the assassination scene.

Frazier, Buell Wesley
WC Testimony 1, 2, Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
Employee, TSBD and neighbour of the Paines in Irving, Tex.

Frazier, Robert A.
WC Testimony, 2, 3, Shaw trial testimony
Firearms Identification Expert, FBI.

Frazier, William Bennett
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Fritz, John Will
WC Testimony 1, 2, Affidavit
Captain, Dallas Police Department

Gale, James H.
HSC Testimony

Gallagher, John F.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Gangl, Theodore Frank
Affidavit
Employee, Padgett Printing Corp.

Garner, Jesse J.
Affidavit
Neighbor of the Oswalds in New Orleans.

Garner, Jesse J., Mrs.
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Landlady of Oswald in New Orleans.

Garrison, Jim
Shaw trial opening arguments, closing summation
New Orlean District Attorney.

Gauthier, Leo J.
WC Testimony
Inspector, FBI

George, M. Waldo
Affidavit
Landlord of Oswalds in Dallas

Geraci, Philip
WC Testimony
Resident of New Orleans who met Oswald.

Gibson, Mrs. Donald
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas

Giesecke, Adolph H.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Givens, Charles Douglas
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

Glover, Everett D.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas

Goldstein, David
Affidavit
Owner, Dave’s House of Guns

Graef, John G.
WC Testimony
Oswald’s supervisor, Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Dallas.

Graf, Allen, D.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Graves, Gene
Affidavit
Secretary, Leslie Welding Co.

Graves, L. C.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Gravitis, Dorothy
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Mrs. Paine in Dallas.

Gray, Virginia
Affidavit
Employee, Duke University Library.

Green, David
HSC Testimony

Greener, Charles W.
WC Testimony
Proprietor, Irving Sports Shop.

Greer, William Robert
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Gregory, Charles Francis
WC Tesimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Gregory, Paul Roderick
WC Testimony
Son of Peter Paul Gregory and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Gregory, Peter Paul.
WC Testimony
Son of Peter Paul Gregory and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Griffin, Burt W.
HSC Testimony

Groden, Robert
HSC Testimony

Gruber, Alexander Philip
HSC deposition
Dallas associate of Jack Ruby

Guinn, T. Jermey
ARRB Testimony

Guinn, Vincent P.
HSC Testimony
Expert on Neutron Activation Analysis

Guinyard, Sam
WC Testimony, Deposition
Witness in the vicinity of Tippit crime scene.

Habighorst, Aloysius
Shaw trial testimony

Hall, C. Ray
WC Deposition
Agent, FBI

Hall, Elena A.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Hall, John Raymond
WC Testimony
Husband of Elena A. Hall and acquaintance of the Oswalds.

Hamblen, C. A.
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Hamburg, Eric
ARRB Testimony

Hankal, Robert Leonard
WC Testimony
Director, television station, Dallas.

Hardiman, James
Shaw trial testimony

Hargis, Bobby W.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Harkness, D. V.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Harrison, William J.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Hart, John
HSC Testimony

Hartmann, William
HSC Testimony

Hartogs, Renatus
WC Testimony
Psychiatrist, New York City.

Hathaway, Philip Ben
11/22/63 Affidavit

Hawkins, Ray
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Haygood, Clyde A.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hayward, Frank
Shaw Preliminary hearing testimony

Heindel, John Rene
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Helms, Richard
WC Testimony, Affidavit, HSC Testimony
Deputy Director for Plans, CIA.

Henchliffe, Margarte M.
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital

Henderson, Ruby
Affidavit

Henslee, Gerald Dalton
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Herndon, Bell P.
WC Testimony
Polygraph operator, FBI

Hess, Jacqueline
HSC Testimony

Hester, Charles
11/22/63 Affidavit

Hicks, J. B.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hicky, George W Jr.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Hill, Clinton J.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Hill, Gerald Lynn
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Hill Jean Lollis
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness – at assassination scene.

Hine, Geneva L.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD

Holland, Max
ARRB Testimony

Holland S.M.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Holly, Harold B., Jr.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Holmes, Harry D.
WC Testimony 1, 2
U.S. Post Office inspector

Hoover, J. Edgar
WC Testimony
Director, FBI

Hosty, James Patrick Jr.
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI

Howlett, John Joe
WC Testimony
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Hudson, Emmett J
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Huffaker, Robert S.
WC Testimony
Employee of Dallas YMCA

Hulen, Richard Leroy
WC Testimony
Employee of Dallas YMCA

Humes, James J.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Doctor, Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Hunley, Bobb
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Hunt, Bob R
HSC Testimony

Hunt, Jackie Hansen
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Hunter, Gertrude
WC Testimony
Witness concerning alleged encounter with Oswald.

Hutchison, Leonard Edwin
WC Testimony
Owner of grocery store in Irving.

Hutson, Thomas Alexander
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Isaacs, Martin
WC Testimony
Employee, Special Services Welfare Center, New York.

Ivon, Louis
Shaw trial testimony

Jacks Hurchel
Statement

Jackson, Richard
Shaw trial testimony

Jackson, Robert Hill
WC Testimony
News photographer, Dallas.

James, Virginia H.
WC Testimony
International Relations Officer, 0ffice of Soviet Affairs, State Department.

Jarman, James Earl Jr.
WC Testimony, Affidavit
Employee, TSBD.

Jenkins, Marion Thomas
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Jenkins, Ronald Lee
WC Testimony
News editor, radio station, Dallas.

Jimison, R. J.
WC Testimony
Orderly, Parkland Hospital.

Johns Thomas L.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Johnson, C. W.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Johnson, Arnold Samuel
WC Testimony
Director of Information and Lecture Bureau, Communist Party, U.S.A.

Johnson, Arthur Carl
WC Testimony
Owner of roominghouse in Dallas where Oswald resided.

Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Carl
WC Testimony
Wife of A. C. Johnson

Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon B.
WC Statement
Wife of the President of the United States.

Johnson, Lyndon B.
WC Statement
President of the United States

Johnson, Marvin
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Johnson, Priscilla Mary Post
WC Testimony, ARRB Testimony
Newspaper reporter who interviewed Oswald in Russia.

Jones, C. M.
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Jones, Orville Aubrey
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Jones, Ronald Coy
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Judge, John
ARRB Testimony

Kaiser, Frankie
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Kantor, Seth
WC Testimony
Reporter.

Katzenbach, Nicholas
HSC Testimony

Kellerman, Roy S.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Kelley, Thomas J.
WC Testimony1, 2, HSC Testimony
Inspector, U.S. Secret Service.

Kelly, William
ARRB Testimony

Kemp, Mrs. Maxine
Shaw trial testimony

Kennedy, Jacqueline
WC Testimony
Widow of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Kennedy, Regis
Shaw trial testimony

Kenny, James J.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Killion, Charles L.
Affidavit
Firearms identification expert, FBI.

King, Glen D.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Kinneth, Francis
FBI Report

Kinney, Samuel A.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Kirk, Cecil
HSC Testimony 1, 2, 3

Kivett, Jerry D.
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Klause, Robert G.
WC Testimony
Printer of handbill attacking President Kennedy

Kleinlerer, Alexander
Affidavit
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Knight, Frances G.
WC Testimony
Director, Passport Office, Department of State.

Kommer, Rex
Shaw trial testimony

Knudsen, Robert L.
HSCA Deposition
White House photographer.

Kramer, Monica
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Kriss, Harry M.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Krystinik, Raymond Franklin
WC Testimony
Fellow employee of Michael R. Paine in Texas

Kurtz, Michael L.
ARRB Testimony

Landis, Paul E. Jr
Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Lane, Mark
WC Testimony 1, 2

Latona, Sebastian F.
WC Testimony
Fingerprint expert, FBI

Lawrence, John Stevens Rutter
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness to a man with a rifle.

Lawrence, Perdue William
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Lawson, Winston G.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Leavelle, James R.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

LeBlanc, Charles Joseph
WC Testimony
Maintenance man, William B. Reily Co.

Lee, Ivan D.
Affidavit
Agent, FBI

Lee, Vincent T.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Official, Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Lehrer, James
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Lesar, James
ARRB Testimony 1, 2

Leslie Helen
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Levey, Julian L.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Levine, Lowell
HSC Testimony
Forensic dentist

Lewis, Aubrey Lee
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Lewis, Clinton
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Lewis, C. L. "Lummie"
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Lewis, Erwin Donald
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Lewis, L.J.
FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene

Liebeler, Wesley
ARRB Testimony
Warren Commission lawyer

Lidin, Harold Jerome
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Lifton, David
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher

Light, Frederick W. Jr.
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U.S. Army.

Link, Robert
Shaw trial testimony

Livingstone, Harrison
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Logan, David
Telephone convesation with James Alcock

Lord, Billy Joe
Affidavit
Passenger with Oswald on SS Marion Lykes.

Lowery, Roy Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Lovelady, Billy Nolan
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Lujan, Daniel Gutierrez
WC Testimony
Appeared in lineup with Oswald.

Lutz, Monty
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Lux, J. Philip
Affidavit
Employee, H. L. Green Co

Mabra, W. W.
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Mack, Gary
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researher.

Macphearson, Duncan
Interview

Malley, James R.
HSC Testimony

Mallory, Katherine
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Mamantov, Ilya A.
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Manchester, John
Shaw trial testimony

Mandella, Arthur
WC Testimony
Fingerprint expert, New York City Police Department.

Marcus, Jack
12/2/63 FBI report

Markham, Helen
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Marrs, Jim
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Martello, Francis L.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Lieutenant, New Orleans Police Department.

Martin, Billy Joe
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Martin, Dwight W.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Martin, Frank M.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Martin, James Herbert
WC Testimony
Former business manager for Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald.

Matthews, Russel Douglas
HSC deposition

Maxey, Billy Joe
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Mayo, Logan W.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

McBride, Palmer E.
FBI interview
Acquaintance of Lee Harvey Oswald.

McCaghren, Paul
HSC Testimony
Former lieutenant of the Dallas Police Department

McCamy, Calvin S.
HSC Testimony, 2, 3, 4

McCarthy, Elizabeth
Shaw trial testimony

McClelland, Robert Nelson
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

McCloy, John J.
HSC Testimony

McCone, John A.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Director, Central Intelligence Agency.

McCullough John G.
WC Testimony
Reporter, Philadelphia.

McCurley, A.D.
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

McDonald, M. N.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

McFarland, John Bryan
Affidavit
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963.

McFarland, Meryl
Affidavit
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963.

McGehee, Edwin Lea
Shaw trial testimony

McIntyre, William T.
Original Report

McKeown, Robert Ray
HSC testimony
Dallas Associate of Jack Ruby

McLain, H. B.
HSC Testimony
Member of Dallas Police Department,Witness at assassination scene

McLaughlin John
ARRB Testimony

McNally, Joseph
HSC Testimony 1, 2

McVickar, John A.
WC Testimony1, 2
Foreign Service officer stationed at American Embassy in Soviet Union in 1959-61.

McWatters, Cecil J.
WC Testimony
Busdriver, Dallas.

McWillie, Lewis
HSC Testimony, 11/27/63 FBI report
Ruby associate with purported mob ties.

Melanson, Philip
ARRB Testimony

Meller, Anna N.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Mercer, Julia Ann
11/22/63 Affidavit

Meros Thomas
ARRB Testimony

Meyers, Lawrence V.
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Michaelis, Heinz W.
WC Testimony
Manager, Seaport Traders, Inc.

Milam, Wallace
ARRB Testimony

Miller, Austin L.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Miller, Louis D.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department

Miller, Page Putnam
ARRB Testimony

Millican, A. J.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Mirabal Diaz, Alfredo
HSC Testimony

Mitchell, Mary Anne
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Molina, Joe R.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD

Montgomery, L. D.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Mooney, Luke
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 Sheriff’s report
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.

Moore, Goldie Naomie
Shaw trial testimony

Moore, Henry M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Moorman, Mary Ann
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony

Morgan, Reeves
Shaw trial testimony

Mumford, Pamela
WC Testimony
Passenger on bus with Oswald to Mexico City in 1963

Murphy, Joe E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Murphy, Paul Edward
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Murrah, David
ARRB Testimony

Murray, David Christie Jr.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Murret, Charles D. (Dutz)
WC Testimony
Uncle of Lee Harvey Oswald, New Orleans.

Murret, John, M. (Boogie)
WC Testimony
Cousin of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Murret, Lillian
WC Testimony, Affidavit
aunt of LHO.

Murret, Marilyn Dorothea
WC Testimony
Cousin of LHO.

Naman, Rita
Affidavit
Tourist in Minsk in 1961

Nelson, Doris Mae
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital.

Newman Gayle
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, Jean
11/22/63 Affidavit
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, John
ARRB Testimony

Newman, William Eugene
11/22/63 Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
witness at the assassination scene.

Newman, William J.
WC Testimony
Reserve force, Dallas Police Department.

Newnam, John Wilkins
WC Testimony
Advertising department employee, Dallas newspaper.

Newquist, Andrew M.
HSC Testimony
Firearms expert.

Nichols, H. Louis
WC Testimony
Former president, Dallas bar association.

Nichols, John
Shaw trial testimony

Nicol, Joseph D.
WC Testimony
Firearms identification expert, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, Illinois Department of Public Safety.

Norman, Harold
WC Testimony, 12/4/63 Affidavit
Employee, TSBD

O’Brien, Lawrence F.
WC Testimony
Assistant to President Kennedy

O’Donnell, Edward
Shaw trial testimony

O’Donnell, Kenneth P.
WC Testimony

O’Sullivan, Frederick S.
WC Testimony

Odell, J.G.
Sheriffs report
Eyewitness of Lee Oswald on a bus just after the assassination.

Odio Sylvia
WC Testimony
Former citizen of Cuba now residing in Dallas.

Odum, Bardwell D.
Affidavid
Agent, FBI

Ofstein, Dennis Hyman
WC Testimony
Employee, Jaggers-Chiles-Stovall, Dallas.

Olds, Gregory Lee
WC Testimony
President, Dallas Chapter, American Civil Liberties Union.

Oliver Massegee, Beverly
ARRB Testimony

Oliver, Revilo Pendleton
WC Testimony
Member of the council of the John Birch Society.

Olivier, Alfred G.
WC Testimony
Wound ballistics expert, U. S. Army.

Olsen, Harry N.
WC Testimony
Former member, Dallas Police Department.

Olsen, Kay Helen
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Jack Ruby.

Orth, Herbert
Shaw trial testimony

Osborn, Steve
ARRB Testimony

Osborne, Mack
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Oser, Alvin
Shaw trial closing arguments, Rebuttal arguments

Oswald, Marguerite
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Mother of Lee Harvey Oswald

Oswald (Porter), Marina
WC Testimony1, 2, 3, 4, HSC Testimony 1, 2, 3,HSCA Depositions, Shaw trial testimony
Widow of Lee Harvey Oswald

Oswald, Robert Edward Lee
WC Testimony
Brother of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Owens, Calvin Bud
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Owens, Ernest
11/22/63 Affidavit
witnessed a man with a rifle on 11/21/63.

Oxford. J. L.
11/23/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Paine, Michael Ralph
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Paine, Ruth Hyde
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Affidavit, Shaw trial testimony
Wife of Michael R. Paine and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Palmer, Henry Earl
Shaw trial testimony

Panitz, Meyer R.
1/14/64 FBI report

Panzeca, Salvatore
Shaw trial testimony

Papale, Antonio Edward
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Pappas, Icarus M.
WC Testimony
Reporter, radio station, New York City.

Patrick, Leonard
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Patterson, B.M.
FBI Report

Patterson, Bobby G.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Pena, Orest
WC Testimony
Owner, Habana Bar, New Orleans.

Pena, Ruperto
WC Testimony
Brother of Orest Pena

Perkins, John N.
Shaw trial testimony

Perry, Malcolm Oliver
WC Testimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Perry, W. E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Peterman, Viola, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Neighbor of Oswald family in New Orleans.

Peters, Paul Conrad
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital

Petty, Charles S.
HSC Testimony
Forensic pathologists serving on the select committee autopsy panel

Phelan, James
Shaw trial testimony

Phenix, George R.
WC Testimony
Television cameraman and reporter, Dallas.

Pic, Edward John Jr.
WC Testimony, Affidavit
First husband of Marguerite Oswald.

Pic, John Edward
WC Testimony
Half brother of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Pierce, Rio S.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Pinkston, Nat A.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Piper, Eddie
WC Testimony1, 2, 11/23/63 Affidavit
Employee, TSBD.

Pizzo, Frank
WC Testimony
Assistant manager of auto agency, Dallas.

Player, Charles Polk
11/22/63 Sheriff’s report

Poe, J. M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Postal, Julia
WC Testimony
Cashier, Texas Theatre.

Potts, Walter E.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Powers, Daniel Patrick
WC Deposition
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Powers, David F.
Affidavit
Assistant to President Kennedy.

Price, Charles Jack
WC Testimony
Administrator, Parkland Hospital.

Price, J. C.
11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at the assassination scene.

Price, Malcolm H., Jr.
WC Testimony
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range.

Priddy, Hal, Jr.
WC Testimony
Relief dispatcher, O’Neil Funeral Home in Dallas.

Putnam, James A.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Quigley, John Lester
WC Testimony
Agent, FBI.

Rachal, John R.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Rachley, Virgie
See Baker, Mrs. Donald.

Rackle, George W. Sr.
WC Testimony
Employee, Coordinated RR. Co.

Raigorodsky, Paul M.
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Randle, Linnie Mae
WC Testimony, 11/23/63 FBI report
Buell Wesley Frazier’s sister and neighbour of Ruth Paine.

Rankin, Lee J.
HSC Testimony, ARRB Testimony

Ray, Natalie.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ray, Thomas M.
WC Testimony
Husband of Natalie Ray and acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Ray, Valentina
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Rea, Billy Andrew
WC Testimony
Advertising staff, Dallas newspaper.

Ready, John D.
Original Report

Rector, Clarence A.
11/30/63 FBI report

Reid, Mrs. Robert A.
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Reilly, Frank E.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Reilly, John F.
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Revill, Jack
WC Testimony 1, 2, HSC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Reynolds, Johnie
FBI Report

Reynolds, Warren Allen
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Rich, Joe Henry
Statement

Riebe, Floyd
ARRB Deposition

Riggs, Chester Allen, Jr.
Affidavit
Landlord of the Oswalds in Fort Worth.

Ritchie, James L.
WC Testimony
Passport Officer, Department of State.

Roberts, Earlene
WC Testimony
Housekeeper at Oswald’s roominghouse in Dallas.

Roberts, Emory P.
Original Report

Robertson, Mary Jane
WC Testimony
Employee, Dallas Police Department.

Robertson, Victor F.
WC Testimony
Reporter, Dallas.

Rodriguez, Evaristo
WC Testimony
Bartender at Habana Bar, New Orleans.

Rogers, Eric
WC Testimony
Neighbor of the Oswalds in New Orleans.

Rolland, Rowland Charles
Shaw trial testimony

Romack, James
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Rose, Guy F.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Ross, Henrietta M.
WC Testimony
Technician, Parkland Hospital.

Roussel, Henry J.
WC Affidavit
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.

Rowland, Arnold Louis
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Rowland, Barbara Walker
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Rowley, James J.
WC Testimony, HSC Testimony
Chief, U.S. Secret Service.

Ruby, Earl
HSC Testimony

Ruby, Jack
WC Testimony 1, 2
Convicted slayer of Oswald.

Rusk, Dean
WC Testimony
Secretary of State.

Russell, Dick
ARRB Testimony

Russell, Harold
Affidavit, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Russo, Perry Raymond
Shaw Grand Jury testimony 1, 2, Shaw preliminary hearing testimony 1, 2, 3, 4, Shaw trial testimony 1, 2

Ryan, Joseph
Shaw trial testimony, Transcript of Jim Kemp interview

Ryder, Dial D.
WC Testimony
Employee, Irving Sports Shop.

Salerno Ralph
HSC Testimony

Salyer, Kenneth Everett
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Sanders, Charles
ARRB Testimony

Saunders, Richard L.
WC Testimony
Advertising staff, Dallas newspaper.

Sawyer, J., Herbert
WC Testimony
Inspector, Dallas Police Department.

Schaeffer, Roy
ARRB Testimony

Schmidt, Hunter Jr.
WC Testimony
City editor, Dallas.

Schmidt, Volkmar
Interview by Kelly

Schuster, Peter
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony, Shaw trial testimony

Scoggins, William W.
WC Testimony
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Scott, Peter Dale
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Scibor, Mitchell J.
WC Testimony
Employee, Klein’s Sports Goods.

Sedgebeer, Fenner O.
Shaw Grand Jury testimony

Seely, Carroll Hamilton Jr.
WC Testimony
Assistant Chief, Legal Division, Passport Office, Department of State.

Semingsen, W. W.
WC Testimony
Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Shackelford, Martin
ARRB Testimony
Assassination researcher.

Shaneyfelt, Lyndal L.
WC Testimony 1, 2, Shaw trial testimony
Photography expert, FBI

Shasteen, Clifton M.
WC Testimony
Owner of barbershop in Irving, Tex.

Shaw, Clay
Shaw trial testimony

Shaw, Robert Roeder
WC Testimony 1, 2
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Shelley, William H.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Employee, TSBD

Shields, Edward
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Shires, George T.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Siegel, Evelyn Grace Strickman
WC Testimony
Social worker, New York City.

Simmons, James
Shaw trial testimony

Simmons, Ronald
WC Testimony
Weapons evaluation expert, U.S. Army Weapons System Division.

Simon, Art
ARRB Testimony

Sims, Richard M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Sitzman, Marilyn
Interview with Josiah Thompson

Skelton, Royce G.
WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit
Witness at assassination scene.

Slack, Garland Glenwill
11/22/63 Affidavit
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range.

Slack, Willie B.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smart, Vernon S.
WC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Bennierita, Mrs.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald at Beauregard Junior High School in New Orleans.

Smith, Edgar Leon Jr.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Glenn Emmett
WC Testimony
Service station attendant in Dallas.

Smith, Hilda L.
Affidavit
Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

Smith, Joe Marshall
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Smith, Kenneth
ARRB Testimony

Smith, L.C.
Sheriff’s report
member Dalls County Sheriff’s Department

Smith, William Arthur
WC Testimony, FBI Report
Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

Snow, Clyde Collins
HSC Testimony

Snyder, Richard Edward
WC Testimony
Foreign Service officer, stationed in the Embassy in the Soviet Union, 1959-61.

Solomon, James Maurice
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Sorrels, Forrest V.
WC Testimony 1, 2, affidavit
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Spencer, Saundra
ARRB Deposition

Spitz, Werner
Rockefeller Commission Testimony

Standridge, Ruth Jeanette
WC Testimony
Head nurse of operating rooms, Parkland Hospital.

Staples, Albert F.
Affidavit
Dentist at Baylor University College of Dentistry.

Stass, Frank Joseph
Shaw preliminary hearing testimony

Statman, Irving
WC Testimony
Assistant District Director of Dallas District, Texas Employment Commission.

Steele, Charles Hall, Jr.
WC Testimony
Resident of New Orleans who assisted Oswald in distribution of handbills.

Steele, Charles Hall, Sr.
WC Testimony
Father of Charles Hall Steele, Jr.

Steele, Don Francis
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Stevenson, M. W.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Deputy Chief, Dallas Police Department.

Stombaugh, Paul Morgan
WC Testimony
Hair and fiber expert, FBI.

Stovall, Richard S.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Strehly, Harold
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Stringer, John T.
ARRB Deposition

Stuckey, William Kirk
WC Testimony
Radio program director, New Orleans.

Studebaker, Robert Lee
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Sturdivan, Larry
HSC Testimony

Summers, Malcolm
11/22/63 Affidavit

Surrey, Robert Alan
WC Testimony
Publisher of handbill attacking President Kennedy.

Sutherland, Lawrence
ARRB Testimony

Sweatt, Allan
11/23/63 report
Chief Criminal Deputy, Dallas County Sheriff

Tadin, Nicholas
Shaw trial testimony

Tadin, Mrs. Nicholas
Shaw trial testimony

Tague , James Thomas
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Talbert. Cecil E.
WC Testimony 1, 2
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Tanenbaum, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Tatro, Edgar
ARRB Testimony

Tatum, Jack Ray
HSC Interview

Taylor, Gary E.
WC Testimony 1, 8/4/64 Affidavit
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Taylor, Warren W.
Original Report

TenBrink, Philip
ARRB Testimony

Thompson, Josiah
ARRB Testimony

Thompson, Llewellyn E.
WC Testimony
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia.

Thornley, Kerry Wendell
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in Marines.

Tirado, Silvia
HSC Testimony

Tilley Steve
ARRB Testimony 1, 2, 3

Tobias, Mahlon F., Sr.
WC Testimony
Manager of apartment house where the Oswalds resided, Dallas.

Tobias, Mrs. Mahlon F.
WC Testimony
Wife of M. F. Tobias, Sr.

Todd, James Robert
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Todd, L. C.
11/27/63 Report
Dallas County Sheriff Deputy

Tomlinson, Darrell C.
WC Testimony
Senior engineer, Parkland Hospital.

Tormey, James J.
WC Testimony
Executive secretary, Hall-Davis Defense Commission.

Trafficante, Santos
HSC Testimony

Trask, Richard
ARRB Testimony 1, 2

Truly, Roy Sansom
WC Testimony1, 2, Affidavit
Superintendent, TSBD.

Turner, F. M.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Twiford, Estelle
Affidavit
Wife of Horace Elroy Twiford

Twiford, Horace Elroy
Affidavit
Member, Socialist Labor Party, Houston, Tex.

Tyler, Stephen
ARRB Testimony

Underwood, James Robert
WC Testimony
Assistant news director TV and radio, Dallas.

Vaughn, Roy Eugene
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Verb, Hal
ARRB Testimony

Verdacia, Jose
HSC Testimony

Vernon, Robert
ARRB Testimony

Vinson, Phillip Eugene
WC Testimony
Reporter, Fort Worth.

Voebel, Edward
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in Beauregard Junior High School, New Orleans.

Voshinin, Igor Vladimir
WC Testimony
Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.

Voshinin, Mrs. Igor Vladimir
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of the Oswalds in Texas.

Wade, Henry
WC Testimony
District attorney, Dallas County.

Waldo, Thayer
WC Testimony
Reporter, Forth Worth.

Walker, C. T.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

Walker, Edwin A.
WC Testimony
Resident of Dallas and object of shooting in April 1963.

Walters Ralph
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Walthers, Eddy Raymond (Buddy)
WC Testimony, Sheriff’s report
Deputy sheriff, Dallas County.

Walton, Elizabeth Carolyn
Shaw trial testimony

Waterman, Bernice
WC Testimony
Adjudicator, Passport Office, Department of State.

Watherwax, Arthur William
WC Testimony
Printer, Dallas newspaper.

Watson
Sheriff’s report
Member Dalls County Sheriff’s Department

Watts, Clyde J.
WC Testimony

Weatherford, Harry
11/23/63 Sheriff’s report

Weatherly, Daryl
ARRB Testimony

Wecht, Cyril H.
HSC Testimony
Dissenting member of the House Forensic Pathology Panel

Wegmann, Cynthia Anne
ARRB Testimony

Wegmann, Edward F.
Shaw trial testimony

Weiner, Irwin Signey
HSC deposition
Associate of Jack Ruby

Weinstock, Louis
Affidavit
General manager, the Worker.

Weiss, Mark
HSC Testimony
Accoustic expert.

Weissman, Bernard William
WC Testimony 1, 2
Codraftsman and signer of November 22, 1963, full-page advertisement.

Weitzman, Moses
ARRB Testimony

Weitzman, Seymour
WC Testimony
Deputy constable, Dallas County.

West, Troy Eugene
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Westbrook, W. R.
WC Testimony
Captain, Dallas Police Department.

Wester, Jane Carolyn
WC Testimony
Nurse, Parkland Hospital.

Whalen, Edward James
Garrison Report on

Whaley, William Wayne
WC Testimony 1, 2, 3
Taxicab driver in Dallas.

White, J.C.
WC Testimony
Member, Dallas Police Department.

White, Jack D.
HSC Testimony

White, Martin G.
WC Testimony
Doctor, Parkland Hospital.

Whitworth, Edith
WC Testimony
Manager, used furniture store, Irving, Tex.

Wiggins, Woodrow
WC Testimony
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.

Wilcott, James B.
HSCA Executive session testimony
Former CIA Employee.

Wilcox, Laurance R.
WC Testimony
District manager, Western Union Telegraph Co.

Williams, Bonnie Ray
WC Testimony
Employee, TSBD.

Willis, Linda Kay
WC Testimony
Daughter of Phillip L. Willis.

Willis, Mrs. Phillip
Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Willis, Phillip L.
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony
Witness at assassination scene

Wilson, Thomas
ARRB Testimony

Wiseman, John
11/23/63 Report
Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County

Witt, Louie Steven
HSC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Wittmus. Ronald G.
Affidavit
Fingerprint expert, FBI

Wood, Homer
WC Testimony
Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range

Wood, Sterling Charles
WC Testimony
Son of Dr. Homer Wood

Wood, Theresa
WC Testimony
Wife of Dr. Homer Wood

Worley, Gano E.
WC Testimony
Reserve Force, Dallas Police Department.

Worrell, James Richard, Jr.
WC Testimony
Witness at assassination scene.

Wright, Milton T.
Statement

Wulf, William E.
WC Testimony
Acquaintance of Oswald in his youth.

Yarborough, Ralph W.
Affidavit
U.S. Senator from Texas.

Yeargan, Albert C. Jr.
Affidavit
Employee, H. C. Green, Dallas.

Youngblood, Rufus W.
WC Testimony, Original Report
Agent, U.S. Secret Service.

Zahm, James A.
WC Testimony
Marine Corps expert on marksmanship.

Zaid, Mark S.
ARRB Testimony

Zapruder Abraham
WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony 1, 2
Witness at assassination scene.

Joseph Milteer:

Joseph Milteer

Miami Prophet, or Quitman Crackpot?


The fellow at the right is named Joseph Milteer. He looks benign enough, but in fact he had some very nasty political opinions and some very nasty friends. These political opinions and these friends are the reason many conspiracists think he had "foreknowledge" of the Kennedy assassination.

Milteer was a political activist in far-right, racist circles from Quitman, Georgia. He was independently wealthy, and traveled constantly. On one of his trips, to Miami, he made statements about Kennedy being killed. In CrossfireJim Marrs reports that:

On November 9, 1963, a Miami police informant named William Somersett met with Joseph A. Milteer, a wealthy right-wing extremist who promptly began to outline the assassination of President Kennedy.

Milteer was a leader of the arch-conservative National States Rights Party as well as a member of other groups such as the Congress of Freedom and the White Citizen’s Council of Atlanta. Somersett had infiltrated the States Rights Party and secretly recorded Milteer’s conversation.

The tape, later turned over to Miami police, recorded Milteer as saying, "[During Kennedy's impending visit to Miami] You can bet your bottom dollar he is going to have a lot to say about the Cubans, there are so many of them here . . . The more bodyguards he has, the easier it is to get him . . . From an office building with a high-powered rifle . . . He’s knows he’s a marked man." (p. 265)

For this, Jim Marrs calls him "The Miami Prophet."

Was he that? Or was he just a racist blowhard? If you read Marrs’ account, you might be inclined to believe that he knew something. But even in the account Marrs provides, it’s interesting that Milteer says nothing about "triangulation of crossfire," or a "kill zone" or multiple shooters. If Milteer had any "foreknowledge" he had foreknowledge of a single shooter.

Anthony Summers’ book Conspiracy deals with Milteer in two places. In the text he recounts the following edited version of Milteer’s conversation with Somersett (p. 404):

INFORMANT: I think Kennedy is coming here on the 18th, or something like that to make some kind of speech . . .

EXTREMIST: You can bet your bottom dollar he is going to have a lot to say about the Cubans. There are so many of them here.

INFORMANT: Yeah. Well, he will have a thousand bodyguards, don’t worry about that.

EXTREMIST: The more bodyguards he has the easier it is to get him.

INFORMANT: Well, how in the hell do you figure would be the best way to get him?

EXTREMIST: From an office building with a high-powered rifle. . . He knows he’s a marked man . . . .

INFORMANT: They are really going to try to kill him?

EXTREMIST: Oh yeah, it is in the working . . . .

INFORMANT: Boy, if that Kennedy gets shot, we have to know where we are at. Because you know that will be a real shake if they do that.

EXTREMIST: They wouldn’t leave any stone unturned there, no way. They will pick somebody up within hours afterwards, if anything like that would happen. Just to throw the public off.

Then, in a long footnote (p. 624), Summers adds the following:

Joseph Milteer, the right-wing extremist who said two weeks before the assassination that the President’s murder was "in the working," told a police informant afterward that "Everything ran true to form. I guess you thought I was kidding you when I said he would be killed from a window with a high-powered rifle." Asked whether he was guessing when he made the original remark, Milteer replied, "I don’t do any guessing." According to the informant, Milteer said there was no need "to worry about Lee Harvey Oswald getting caught because he doesn’t know anything." The right wing, said Milteer, was "in the clear," adding that "the patriots have outsmarted the Communist group in order that the Communists would carry out the plan without the right wing becoming involved."

Again, note that Milteer takes "credit" for knowing that Kennedy was going to be "killed from a window with a high-powered rifle." This is the Warren Commission’s version of what happened. More to the point, it was the version that law enforcement officials and the media were publicizing when Milteer talked to Somersett.

Rather than having "inside knowledge" that the media were pushing an inaccurate account, Milteer accepts what law enforcement officials and the media were saying!

He does seem to accept that Oswald is a "patsy" that has been manipulated. But he says a "communist group" was manipulated by "the patriots" (presumably, Milteer’s racist buddies) to do the killing.

Does anybody believe it happened this way?

But while a careful reading of Summers and Marrs will make one doubt that Milteer actually had any "inside knowledge" of a conspiracy to kill Kennedy, it’s the stuff that these authors suppress that is the most damning.

A more complete account of what Milteer told Somersett is found in an article in the September 1976 issue of Miami Magazine by Dan Christensen. Titled "JFK, King: The Dade County Links" it provides details omitted from conspiracy books.

Somersett: …I think Kennedy is coming here on the 18th…to make some kind of speech…I imagine it will be on TV.

Milteer: You can bet your bottom dollar he is going to have a lot to say about the Cubans. There are so many of them here.

Somersett: Yeah, well, he will have a thousand bodyguards. Don’t worry about that.

Milteer: The more bodyguards he has the easier it is to get him.

Somersett: Well, how in the hell do you figure would be the best way to get him?

Milteer: From an office building with a high-powered rifle. How many people does he have going around who look just like him? Do you now about that?

Somersett: No, I never heard he had anybody.

Milteer: He has about fifteen. Whenever he goes anyplace, he knows he is a marked man.

Somersett: You think he knows he is a marked man?

Milteer: Sure he does.

Somersett: They are really going to try to kill him?

Milteer: Oh yeah, it is in the working. Brown himself, [Jack] Brown is just as likely to get him as anybody in the world. He hasn’t said so, but he tried to get Martin Luther King.

After a few more minutes of conversation, Somersett again spoke of assassination.

Somersett: Hitting this Kennedy is going to be a hard proposition, I tell you. I believe you may have figured out a way to get him, the office building and all that. I don’t know how the Secret Service agents cover all them office buildings everywhere he is going. Do you know whether they do that or not?

Milteer: Well, if they have any suspicion they do that, of course. But without suspicion, chances are that they wouldn’t. You take there in Washington. This is the wrong time of the year, but in pleasant weather, he comes out of the veranda and somebody could be in a hotel room across the way and pick him off just like that.

Somersett: Is that right?

Milteer: Sure, disassemble a gun. You don’t have to take a gun up there, you can take it up in pieces. All those guns come knock down. You can take them apart.

Before the end of the tape, the conversation returns to Kennedy.

Milteer: Well, we are going to have to get nasty…

Somersett: Yeah, get nasty.

Milteer: We have got to be ready, we have got to be sitting on go, too.

Somersett: Yeah, that is right.

Milteer: There ain’t any count-down to it, we have just go to be sitting on go. Countdown, they can move in on you, and on go they can’t. Countdown is all right for a slow prepared operation. But in an emergency operation, you have got to be sitting on go.

Somersett: Boy if that Kennedy gets shot, we have got to know where we are at. Because you know that will be a real shake…

Milteer: They wouldn’t leave any stone unturned there. No way. They will pick somebody within hours afterwards, if anything like that would happen, just to throw the public off.

Somersett: Oh, somebody is going to have to go to jail, if he gets killed.

Milteer: Just like Bruno Hauptmann in the Lindbergh case, you know.

It seems the conspiracy books leave some things out. They usually don’t tell readers about:

  1. The 15 look-alikes that Kennedy has travelling with him? If you’re going to shoot Kennedy, you wouldn’t want to hit one a’ them look-alikes, would you?
  2. The fact that Milteer named the man who was supposedly going to kill Kennedy — one Jack Brown — and nobody has linked him to the assassination. Interestingly, after the assassination, Brown was forgotten.
  3. The fact that the language about taking a disassembled gun up into a tall building was in the context of shooting Kennedy on the veranda of the White House, in warm weather.

It seems that presenting Milteer as "The Miami Prophet" (Marrs’ term for him) rather than "The Quitman Crackpot" requires withholding information from your readers.

A Generic Scenario

Had JFK been killed by some bizarre or exotic means — poison in his breakfast cereal or a hand grenade thrown into the presidential limo — and Milteer had described that, his statements might be impressive. But in fact he described the most generic possible assassination scenario.

He was far from the only person who did. Dallas Secret Service chief Forest Sorrels was questioned by the Warren Commission about planning for the Dallas motorcade:

Mr. STERN. When you laid out the motorcade route and drove over it — and I take it you drove over it several times —

Mr. SORRELS. Yes, sir.

Mr. STERN. Did you consider or discuss with Mr. Lawson the possibility of any danger to the President from the buildings along the route?

Mr. SORRELS. Well —

Mr. STERN. Did you think about any of the buildings as presenting any particular problem?

Mr. SORRELS. All buildings are a problem, as far as we are concerned. That, insofar as I have been concerned — and I am sure that every member of the Service, especially the Detail — that is always of concern to us. We always consider it a hazard. During the time that we were making this survey with the police, I made the remark that if someone wanted to get the President of the United States, he could do it with a high-powered rifle and a telescopic sight from some building or some hillside, because that has always been a concern to us, about the buildings. (7H338)

Sorrels was not the only person who thought about this. Presidential aide Kenneth O’Donnell recounted to the Warren Commission a conversation that took place in Fort Worth on the very morning of the assassination:

Mr. O’DONNELL. Well, as near as I can recollect he [JFK] was commenting to his wife on the function of the Secret Service and his interpretation of their role once the trip had commenced, in that their main function was to protect him from crowds, and to see that an unruly or sometimes an overexcited crowd did not generate into a riot, at which the President of the United States could be injured. But he said that if anybody really wanted to shoot the President of the United States, it was not a very difficult job — all one had to do was get a high building some day with a telescopic rifle, and there was nothing anybody could do to defend against such an attempt on the President’s life. (7H456)

So did JFK have "foreknowledge" of his own assassination?

Vindicating Milteer: the "Cancelled Motorcade" in Miami

But Milteer’s importance is inflated, in the conspiracy book accounts, by the supposed fact that the Kennedy’s "Miami motorcade" was cancelled because of Milteer’s statements. Marrs claims:

Captain Charles Sapp, head of Miami’s Police Intelligence Bureau, was concerned enough with Milteer’s remarks to alert both the FBI and the Secret Service. Again, apparently no word of this right-wing plot reached Secret Service agents involved in Kennedy’s Dallas trip. Sapp in later years, however, recalled that plans for a Miami motorcade were scrapped and the President instead flew to a scheduled speech by helicopter. (p. 265)

And Summers notes that:

While the Assassinations Committee found no reference in the documentary record, it has been reported that there was a last-minute change in the Miami program. Captain Sapp recalls that a planned motorcade was cancelled — for fear of trouble from the anti-Castro movement. On arriving at Miami Airport late in the day, the President flew by helicopter to and from his speech-making at the Americana Hotel. (p. 405)

Summers is vague and apparently evasive about what the House Select Committee found. In fact, anyone reading their Report should note the following:

A Miami journalist later reported that a decision was made to transport President Kennedy from Miami International Airport to a Miami Beach hotel by helicopter to avoid exposing him to assassins by having him ride in a motorcade. The committee could find no documentation for this report. (p. 230)

For the article written by the Miami journalist [claiming the motorcade was cancelled], see Christensen, Dan, "JFK, King: The Dade County Links," in Miami Magazine, September 1976, p. 25 (JFK Document 003360). Christensen could not document his assertion therein that a planned motorcade was canceled, other than to say that "many people" believed that a cancellation had taken place; see outside contact report with Dan Christensen, Feb. 2, 1978, House Select Committee on Assassinations (JFK Document 004434). Persons cited by Christensen as sources for corroboration of his version of the cancellation did not recall that his version was correct; see outside contact report with the Honorable Seymour Gelber, Feb. 2, 1978, House Select Committee on Assassinations (JFK Document 005533); outside contact report with Attorney Richard Gerstein, Feb. 2, 1978, House Select Committee on Assassinations (JFK Document 013458): interview of Miami field office Special Agent Talmadge Bailey, Mar. 1, 1978, House Select Committee on Assassinations, pp. 5-7 (JFK Document 009385): and interview of Miami field office Special Agent Robert J. Jamison, Feb. 28, 1978, House Select Committee on Assassinations, p. 2 (JFK Document 007063). (p. 635)

So Christensen, who wrote the otherwise fine article quoted above, began a factoid that has been endlessly repeated in the JFK conspiracy books.

The House Select Committee seemed unaware that a couple of years earlier the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Church Committee) had studied this issue. On January 9, 1976 the Church Committee sent a letter of inquiry to the Department of the Treasury, outlining the basic "Milteer" story, and noting that "We are also generally aware that President Kennedy visited Miami, Florida on November 18, 1963, and that a scheduled motorcade through downtown Miami was cancelled." The Committee went on to request "A detailed explanation as to why the President’s Miami motorcade was cancelled, including a statement as to whether there was any relationship between the cancellation and Milteer’s threat."

An official response came from James T. Burke, Assistant Director of the Secret Service (Protective Intelligence).

There is no evidence in Service files to indicate a presidential motorcade was planned for the Miami visit. The survey reports indicate helicopter travel was planned from Miami International Airport to Bal Harbor and a motorcade was to be utilized only in case of inclement weather. The Secret Service advance agents for this visit both recall that helicopter travel was planned from the beginning of their survey on 11-11-63. There is no basis for the insinuation that helicopter travel was planned as a result of the Milteer threat.

(Source: National Archives documents: 121-10002-10063 and 121-10002-10064)

More recent research has made it even clearer that no motorcade was cancelled.

Researcher Gordon Winslow found a memo dated November 1, 1963 (over a week before Milteer’s statements), from William Jibb (Administrative Assistant to Senator George Smathers) to Dick Pettigrew (a Florida political operative) outlining the confidential itinerary for Kennedy’s trip to Tampa and Miami. Since Smathers was a Democratic senator from Florida, his staff was heavily involved in planning the trip. Winslow found this in the Smathers collection at the University of Florida in Gainesville.


Gordon Winslow’s web site, Cuban Information Archives, is an excellent source for information on Cuban exiles, and goings-on in Miami.

The schedule has Kennedy arriving at Miami at 5:00 p.m. for a rally at the Miami International Airport. Then at 5:30 it says "Departs from Miami International Airport by helicopter for Americana Hotel on Miami Beach." No motorcade mentioned.

Thus the "cancelled motorcade" factoid, which was debunked in 1976, is being repeated in conspiracy books two decades later (and counting).

One can see why. Inflating the importance of Milteer lends credibility to the notion that he actually knew something about a forthcoming assassination — rather than being merely an extremist given to wild talk. And it allows conspiracy book writers to imply that it was somehow sinister that information about Milteer was not passed along to the Dallas Secret Service — in spite of the fact that Milteer never said anything about a threat to Kennedy in Dallas.

More on the "Cancelled Motorcade"

If conspiracy books should have long since quit repeating the factoid about the "cancelled motorcade," the issue turns out to be a bit more complicated.

Researcher John Fiorentino has established that there was a motorcade in Miami. In fact, there was both a helicopter trip from the airport and a motorcade along a few blocks in downtown Miami, as shown on this aerial photo which Fiorentino has supplied. Indeed, Fiorentino has found a photo from this motorcade.

Although Kennedy indeed departed for the Americana via air, his helicopter actually landed at Haulover Beach Park heliport. From there the President departed by automobile to the Americana.

Here is the President’s itinerary beginning at 5:30 p.m.

5:30 p.m. President left speakers’ stand and, after shaking hands with many in the general public area and guests in the VIP section, boarded helicopter.

5:35 p.m. Helicopter departed airport.

5:45 p.m. Helicopter arrived heliport, Haulover Beach Park.

5:48 p.m. President departed helicopter by automobile.

The presidential car, a Mercury convertible on arrival, and a Continental hardtop on departure, was driven by SA Greer. The Secret Service follow-up car, a Ford convertible, was driven by SA Rybka.

What do we make of this apparently conflicting evidence? Quite simply, as the William Jibb memo proves, a helicopter trip was planned from the beginning. Apparently, in the thinking of people making the plans, the helicopter was taking Kennedy to the "Americana Hotel on Miami Beach," since the chopper landed as close to the hotel as it could.

So the conspiracy books are wrong on two counts. The helicopter trip was planned from well before Milteer spouted off to Somersett. And the motorcade (brief as it was) was never called off.

Vindicating Milteer: Call from Dallas on the Day of the Assassination

But yet another claim about Milteer would provide compelling evidence that Milteer had foreknowledge of the assassination. He supposedly called Somersett from Dallas on the morning of November 22nd, and predicted that Kennedy would be killed. According to Marrs:

On the day of the assassination, Milteer telephoned Somersett, saying he was in Dallas and that Kennedy was due there shortly. Milteer commented that Kennedy would never be seen in Miami again. (Crossfire, p. 265)

Groden and Livingstone, in High Treason (Baltimore: The Conservatory Press, 1989, p. 408) assert:

At 10:30 A.M. on November 22, Somersett received a phone call in Miami from Milteer in Dallas, stating that President Kennedy would be there that day and would not be visiting Miami again.

And Henry Hurt, in Reasonable Doubt (New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1985, p. 411) claims:

On November 22, Milteer telephoned his "friend," the informant and told him he was in Dallas. Prior to the midday events, Milteer told the informant that Kennedy was expected in Dallas that day and would probably never again visit Miami.

Damning. But is it true?

Photo of Milteer in Dealey Plaza?

One piece of evidence offered to support the presence of Milteer in Dallas is a blow-up from a photo by James Altgens of the presidential limo on Houston Street, just seconds before the turn on Elm. The photo is shown below, with an arrow pointing to the "Milteer" figure.

Robert Groden, in The Killing of a President, shows his readers the photo, and then claims:

Milteer stood on Houston Street, next to eyewitnesses Carolyn Walther and Pearl Springer. While the crowd about him called out greetings to the President, Milteer stood silently, his right arm held up at a 90 degree angle. Then the first shots were fired. As pandemonium erupted in the Plaza, Milteer quietly disappeared into the crowds. (p. 196)

The House Select Committee was aware of the "Milteer" figure, and put its panel of photographic experts to work on it. The panel was unconvinced. First, they pointed out two facial features that clearly differentiated the spectator on Houston Street and Milteer.

 

All of the available Milteer photographs show the membranous portion of Milteer’s upper lip was very thin. The enhanced photographs of the spectator suggest a rather full and thick upper lip. This is not a trait apt to be influenced by normal variation in facial expression.

In the earliest photographs Milteer has a full, regular hairline with no central or lateral retreat suggestive of incipient baldness. In the photograph that was apparently taken when Milteer was about 55 years old, his hairline is virtually identical to that of the earlier photographs. The latest photograph, taken about a decade after the assassination, shows Milteer with a full head of hair. The spectator, however, appears to have little, if any, hair. The extent of the balding, though, could not be ascertained; no hairline is visible, and in fact, the entire frontal crown of the head appears bare.

But the height of the spectator provided even more conclusive evidence:

The only available height record of Milteer gives his stature as 64 inches. This corresponds to about the seventh statural percentile of American males. That is, about 93 out of 100 adult American men would be taller than Milteer. Also, about 35 percent of adult American females would exceed Milteer’s reported height. In contrast, the spectator alleged to be Milteer is taller than 4 of the 7 other males and all of the 16 females in the line of spectators shown in the motorcade photograph. Based upon Milteer’s reported height, the probability of randomly selecting a group of Americans where so many are shorter than Milteer’s reported height is .0000007. Moreover, an analysis based upon actual measurements of certain physical features shown in the photograph yields a height estimate for the spectator of about 70 inches — 6 inches taller than Milteer’s reported stature. (HSCA Volume 6, pp. 242-257)

In short: the spectator wasn’t Milteer. He didn’t even particularly look like Milteer.

Somersett’s Account

So Willie Somersett’s account is the only evidence of Milteer being in Dallas on the day of the assassination. Unlike the November 9 conversation, which was taped by Somersett, we have only Somersett’s word for Milteer’s "call from Dallas." And interestingly, his earliest accounts don’t mention any such call.

Consider for example a transcript of an interview he had with the Miami Police Department just four days after the assassination.

MIAMI POLICE INFORMANT

INFORMATION ON MILTEER

November 26, 1963

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[....]

Q: Do you know whether this Milteer has ever spent any time in New Orleans?

A: He said that he had been to New Orleans and that he had been to Dallas Texas. This probably would have been 5-6 months ago, he didn’t specify a certain time, but he was in New Orleans, Dallas, and Gulfport Mississippi, and in Biloxi, Mississippi and in Jackson, and he spent quite a time in Alabama.

[....]

Q: Do you have any idea of your own thought, what is your thought, do you think maybe Milteer could have been in Dallas, Texas in the last two weeks?

A: Yes, he could have been there, I am satisfied that he could have been most anywhere he wanted; he has two cars ready to move at anytime.

Q: You have seen no evidence that he was there?

A: No. He didn’t say that he was, the only thing he said that he had been in Texas.

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Q: He didn’t say when he had been in Texas?

A. No, he didn’t say. He had been in New Orleans, Houston, different places in Louisiana and in Texas.

Not only does Somersett fail to mention the "phone call from Dallas," he fails to mention it in the precise context of whether Milteer had been in Texas. Milteer’s conversation with Somersett included some wild and some very nasty statements, but not that particular one.

The "Milteer called from Dallas story" seems to have originated in Somersett’s conversations with Jim Garrison’s cockamamie investigation. It can be found in "MEMORANDUM OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN [BUD] FENSTERWALD AND BILL SOMERSETT" from the New Orleans District Attorney’s office. It’s National Archives document 180-10099-10133. Dated June 5, 1968, it’s the first known instance of Somersett mentioning this supposed incident.

Somersett had some other interesting things to say in this interview. For example:

Milterr’s [sic] account of the shooting in Dallas is that Ruby shot from the Mall and that Tippett [sic] shot from the top of a building. A good guess is that this was the Daltex Building. Milterr [sic] was not clear about Oswald’s role although he thought he was downstairs in the book depository rather than on an upper floor. Somersett guesses that it might have been Milterr [sic] himself that fired the shots from the windows of the book depository.

Somersett appears, by this time, to have become rather a buff! While it’s difficult to disentangle Milteer’s crackpot notions from things added by Somersett, one gets the clear impression that Somersett is "improving" on Milteer’s account a bit. Certainly the "phone call on the morning of the assassination" seems to be a Somersett addition to the story, with no basis in fact. Further, Somersett’s silly scenario with multiple shooters differs from Milteer’s recorded account which had only a single gunman in a tall building.

How reliable was Somersett?

Not surprisingly, authorities who had been receiving information from Somersett were becoming skeptical. A Secret Service memorandum of March 10, 1967, describes some of the things Somersett claimed to have heard from Milteer, and notes:

The informant, William Somersett (CO-2-43,860), who has furnished information in a number of cases involving Presidential interest, has been described as overenthusiastic, prone to exaggeration, and mentally unstable.

This is National Archives document 180-10091-10212.

But even in 1963, Federal authorities considered Somersett a rather suspect informant. It is true that a November 27, 1963 FBI letterhead memorandum describes Somersett as "a source who has furnished reliable information in the past, and in addition has furnished some information that could not be verified or corroborated . . . " (Record Number 124-10008-10267). However, an FBI memorandum from Rosen to Belmont written on the same day says:

It should be noted that Somersett was discontinued as an informant in 1961 for indiscretions on his part which threatened to expose a reliable Bureau informant and that Somersett is regarded as a "professional informant" who is in the business of furnishing information primarily for monetary gains.

[...]

In connection with the investigation of the Birmingham bombings, Somersett furnished information bordering on the fantastic, which investigation failed to corroborate. (Archives Record Number 124-10012-10306)

Thus conspiracy authors have been ill-advised indeed to accept the "phone call from Dallas" on Somersett’s uncorroborated testimony. But it gets worse. There is solid evidence Milteer wasn’t in Dallas. The following is a report from the United States Secret Service — Atlanta office, dated 11/27/63.

SYNOPSIS

Check on potentially dangerous
persons November 22-25, 1963.
All accounted for. PRS so advised.

DETAILS OF INVESTIGATION

Immediately after learning of the President’s assassination at Dallas we began ascertaining the whereabouts of known subjects who might be suspected.

Capt. R.E. Little, Intelligence Division, Atlanta Police Department, had seen J. B. Stoner in Atlanta one hour before the assassination. He is, we feel, the most likely of the group to do something drastic.

FBI Agent Charles Harding contacted their agent at Thomasville who immediately ascertained that J.A. Milteer was in Quitman at the time of the assassination.

We also learned that Lee McCloud was in Atlanta.

Herbert Wallace Butterworth, according to FBI Agent Harding, was in Philadelphia at the time and was under surveillance. They continued surveillance until after the funeral on November 25.

Olga Butterworth, sister of Wallace, was at her home in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.

Inspector Torina called me on November 24 — and a little later SA Holmes from PRS — requesting that we review files and advise if any dangerous subject might appear in Washington. I informed them of our previous check. (National Archives document 180-10091-10198)

Several other documents reiterate the finding that Milteer was in Quitman. For example, an FBI memorandum from Rosen to Belmont written on November 27, 1963 says:

Atlanta has advised that investigation indicates there is no truth in the information furnished by Somersett and that Milteer was in Quitman, Georgia, on 11/22/63. (Archives Record Number 124-10012-10306)

The day before, an "Urgent" teletype from SAC Atlanta to "Director" [Hoover] and the SACs in Birmingham and Dallas said:

J. A. MILTEER RESIDE [sic] QUITMAN, GA. INVESTIGATION HAS INDICATED MILTEER WAS IN QUITMAN ON NOV. TWENTYTW [sic] TWO, SIXTYTHREE. (Archives Document Number 124-10012-10384)

Conclusion

Rather than having any "foreknowledge" of the assassination, Milteer gave a generic assassination scenario virtually identical to one that John Kennedy himself articulated. Mixed in were wacky elements that conspiracy books conceal from their readers. No Miami motorcade was cancelled because of his ranting, and he was not in Dallas on the day of the assassination.

Given Milteer’s extreme right-wing politics and his hobnobbing with potentially violent types, it’s tempting to believe that he must have "gotten wind" of some real assassination plot. The problem is that there just isn’t any evidence of it. The "Milteer story" has been known for over 30 years, and researchers have been unable to connect him or his associates to any of the "usual suspects" in the assassination — the CIA, anti-Castro Cubans, Texas millionaires, defense contractors. He was "connected" to the FBI alright. They were spying on him.

Although Milteer’s rag-tag racist associates were capable of violence, they lacked the technical expertise to pull off an elaborate assassination plot. And they lacked the friends in high places that would have been necessary to pull off a "coverup" of a killing they did.

By 1967 the Secret Service decided that Milteer was not dangerous nor a security risk. He was, quite simply, a crackpot who shot off his mouth and in doing so gained an entirely unmerited place in Kennedy assassination conspiracy books.


Gordon Winslow, Jean Davison, and Gary Mack brought key documents discussed here to the author’s attention.

Lists of Evidence in JFK Assasination

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