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This is a 90-page file which includes various Dallas police testimonies with regards to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police station on November 24, 1963.

This is an 18 page FBI folder from Johnson's Commission on the assassination of JFK. Contains statements regarding Harold Norman as a witness, in addition to other Texas School Depository employees.

This is a 121-page FBI folder from Johnson's Commission on the Assassination of JFK involving the Dallas Police.

George R. Phenix was a local journalist who covered Lee Harvey Oswald.

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This 117 page document contains the records from the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy relating to Key Person Roy S. Truly, the supervisor at the Texas Schoolbook Depository, including his own testimony and…

This is a 62-page FBI folder from the Warren Commission. It relays information about Fleming being a key witness to the assassination of President JFK.

This is a 13-page FBI folder from Johnson's Commission on the Assassination of JFK. It contains various witness statements of the Secret Service agents that relate to West as a key witness, Letters from the White House General Counsel to West, and a…

J. D. Tippit's squad car on E. 10th Street in Dallas shortly after his shooting.

The National Archives NARA folder for David Powers

Image of boxes and window of sixth floor of TSBD

Photograph of Elm street entrance and steps of Texas School Book Depository

Image of where Oswald's clipboard was found by police

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Photograph of Det. Leslie Dell Montgomery's Warren Commission taken on 03/24/1964 in which Burt Griffin claims that Montgomery got defensive when pressed on whether or not the police had let a non-media individual into the basement of the Dallas…

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Social Network of Relationships between: Montgomery, Shelley, Dougherty, Studebaker, and Williams.

Diagram of the 4th floor of the Texas Schoolbook Depository. Includes markings made by Bonnie Ray Williams during his Warren Commission testimony.

Black-and-white photography of TSBD workers Bonnie Ray Williams and Danny Arce being escorted into a police car on November 22, 1963, headed to the Dallas Police Station.

Bonnie Ray Williams's FBI statement, taken in Dallas, TX, on March 19, 1964.

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