This screenshot of the document in Rufus Youngblood's NARA testimony folder shows the contents of each car and the locations of motorcycles in the first half of the Kennedy motorcade on November 22, 1963 in Dallas.
This is the front page of the New York Times on Thanksgiving Day 1963, just six days after President Kennedy was assassinated. It includes a picture of the New President, Lyndon B Johnson, giving a speech to congress about how he wanted to continue…
This is a signed photograph of President Johnson and Rufus Youngblood shaking hands and smiling, with the president thanking Youngblood for his service. The inscription reads "To Rufus My protector and always my friend, -Lyndon B. Johnson"
This is a 61-page FBI folder from Johnson's Commission on the Assassination of JFK. It contains various witness statements of the Secret Service agents and other White House staff that relate to O'Donnell as a key witness.
According to Emory Roberts in his witness testimony, while at Parkland Memorial Hospital, LBJ was reluctant to leave Dallas without permission and sent Roberts to acquire permission from O'Donnell to leave aboard AF1.