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Photograph of Marguerite Oswald in front of the Texas School Book Depository in March 1964. Mrs. Oswald is wearing all black and stands in the Grassy Knoll. Photographer Bill Winfrey took the photo after talking to Mrs. Oswald during the Jack Ruby…

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This is an image of a graph that maps out all of Jack Dougherty's social connections. The social connections displayed in the image are derived from the key person of interest file located in the National Archive under Jack Dougherty.

Photograph taken on the second floor of the Texas School Book Depository. The photograph features a lunch room. Lunch tables are pushed against the walls of the room. A kitchenette is situated in the right corner.

Photograph of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. The photograph was taken in front of windows, near a sign reading "Stairway." Boxes are stacked in rows. The ceiling is supported by columns and rafters.

The 6th floor corner of the Texas School Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald shot President Kennedy. The photograph shows the stacks of boxes that Oswald used as a mobilizer for the rifle and the larges windows from which he shot. The photograph…

The photograph shows the view from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository onto Elm Street below. President Kennedy's motorcade turned onto this road before Oswald fired at it from this window. The box visible was used by Oswald to…

A photograph of the corner of the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository where Oswald shot from when he assassinated President Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. The photograph shows the height of the boxes which would easily allow for an individual to…


On novemeber 22nd 1963 Jack Daughtery signed a notorized document for the Dallas Police department, noteried by Patsy Collins, stating the following. Jack was an empoyee of the texas school book depositroy working on the sixth floor. He claims to…

Image of where Oswald's clipboard was found by police

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

Image of boxes and window of sixth floor of TSBD

Photograph of the people looking up at the 6th floor of the TSBD from the ground on 11/23/1963.

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Jack Dougherty spoke to special agents Alfred Ellington and James Anderson about what he saw and did on November 22nd 1963. He recalls seeing Oswald in the morning around 8 then again at 11 that day. jack recalls getting to work at 7 and the shot…

On December 18th, 1963 FBI special agent Johnson interviewed Jack Dougherty to follow up on the first FBI testimony. In this Testimony, Jack states he went to work at 7, sees oswald at 8 and 11, and returned to work after lunch at 12:40 when around…

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"Lieutenant DAY stated that on Saturday, November 23, 1963, many persons unknown to him had apparently been on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building and had taken a lot of photographs, in view of the fact that he noticed many…

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FBI Testimony by R. L. Studebaker in which he accounts for his search of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository on November 22, 1963, immediately following the assassination of President Kennedy. He accounts for finding lunch items that…

Statement from Bonnie Ray Williams's FBI Key Person file, indicating that he saw Oswald on the sixth floor. This contradicts his Warren Commission testimony, wherein he said he wasn't sure.

Original affidavit of Bonnie Ray Williams, taken on November 22, 1963, shortly after the President's assassination.

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

Bonnie Ray Williams's social network, according to his Key Persons file.
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