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The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 7
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1964

Volume VII of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VII:  Drs. Johnny Calvin Brewer, Julia Postal, Warren H. Burroughs, Bob K. Carroll, Thomas Alexander Hutson. C. T. Walker, Gerald Lynn Hill, J. JI. Poe, John Gibson, James Putnam, Rio S. Pierce, Calvin Bud Owens, William Arthur Smith, George Jefferson Applin, Jr., Ray Hawkins, Sam Guinyard. and Helen Markham, who were present either in the vicinity of the Tipgit crime scene or at the Texas
Theatre, where Lee Harley Oswald was arrested;
L. D. Montgomery, Marvin Johnson, Seymour Weitzman, W.R.Westbrook, Elmer L. Boyd, Robert Lee Studebaker, C.N. Dhority, Richard M. Sims, Richard A. Stovall, Walter Eugene Potts, John P. Adamcik, Henry M. Moore, F.M. Turner, Guy F. Rose, W. E. Perry, Richard L. Clark, Don R. Ables, Daniel Gutierrez Lujan, C. W. Brown, L. C. Grares, James R. Learelle, W. E. Barnes, J. B. Hicks, Harry D. Holmes, James W. Bookhout, Manning C. Clements, Gregory Lee Olds, H. Louis Nichols, and Forrest V. Sorrels, who participated in or observed various aspects of the investigation into the assassination ;
William J. Waldman and Mitchell J. Scibor, who testified concerning the purchase of the rifle used in the assassination;
Heinz W. Michaelis, who testified concerning the purchase of the revolver used
to kill Officer Tippit;
J. C. Cason, Roy S. Truly, Warren Caster, Eddie Piper, William H. Shelly, and Mrs. Donald Baker, employees at the Texas School Book Depository Building; Edward Shields, an attendant at a parking lot near the TSBD;
Thomas J. Kelley and John Joe Howlett of the Secret Service and J. C. Day, J. W. Fritz, and Marrion L. Baker of the Dallas police, all of whom participated in the investigation into the assassination ;
Mary Jane Robertson, a secretary with the Dallas police;
Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, a photography expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation ;
James C. Cadigan. a questioned document expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation;
Earlene Roberts, housekeeper in the roominghouse occupied by Lee Harvey Oswald at the time of the assassination :
Senator Ralph W. Yarborough, who was riding in the motorcade;
Kenneth O’Donnell, Lawrence F. O’Brien, and David F. Powers, assistants to
President Kennedy, who were riding in the motorcade and testified concerning
the planning of the Dallas trip and the motorcade;
Clifton C. Carter, assistant to President Johnson, Earle Cabell, former Mayor of Dallas, and Mrs. Earle Cabell, all of whom were riding in the motorcade;
Philip L. Willis, James W.Altgens, and Abraham Zapruder. who took pictures of the motorcade during the assassination, and Linda K. Willis, Philip L. Willis’ daughter;
Buell Wesley Frazier, who drove Oswald home on the evening of November 21, and back to work on the morning of November 22;
Joe Marshall Smith, Welcome Eugene Barnett, Eddy Raymond Walthers, James Thomas Tague, Emmett J. Hudson, and Edgar Leon Smith, Jr., who were present at the assassination scene :
Perdue William Lawrence, a Dallas police captain who testified concerning
the positioning of policemen along the motorcade route ;
Ronald G.Wittmus, a fingerprint expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation ; Robert A. Frazier, Cortlandt Cunningham. and Charles L. Killion, firearms identification experts with the Federal Bureau of Investigation;
Robert Brock. Mary Brock,and Harold Russell, who were present in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene:
and David Goldstein, the owner of a firearms store in Dallas.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 8
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1964

Volume VIII of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VIII:  
Edward Voebel, William E. Wulf, Bennierita Smith, Frederick S. O’Sullivan, Mildred Sawyer, Anne Boudreaux, Viola Peterman, Myrtle Evans, Julian Evans, Philip Eugene Vinson, and Hiram Conway, who were associated with Lee Harvey Oswald in his youth ;
Lillian Murret, Marilyn Dorothea Murret, Charles Murret, John M. Murret, and Edward John Pit, Jr., who were related to Oswald;
John Carro, Dr. Renatus Hartogs, and Evelyn Grace Strickman Siegel, who came into contact with Oswald while he was in New York during his youth ;
Nelson Delgado, Daniel Patrick Powers, John E. Donovan, Lt. Col. A. G. Folsom, Jr., Capt. George Donabedian, James Anthony Botelho, Donald Peter Camarata, Peter Francis Connor, Allen D. Graf, John Rene Heindel, David Christie Murray, Jr., Paul Edward Murphy, Henry J. Roussel, Jr., Mack Osborne, Richard Dennis Call, and Erwin Donald Lewis, who testified regarding Oswald’s service in the Marine Corps;
Martin Isaacs and Pauline Virginia Bates, who saw Oswald when he returned from Russia; and Max E. Clark, George A. Bouhe, Anna N. Meller, Elena A. Hall, John Raymond Hall, Mrs. Frank H. Ray (Valentina) ; and Mr.and Mrs. Igor Vladimir Voshinin, who became acquainted with Oswald and/or his wife after their return to Texas in 1962.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 9
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1964

Volume IX of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume IX:  
Paul M.Raigorodsky, Natalie Ray, Thomas RI. Ray, Samuel B. Ballen, Lydia Dymitruk,Gary E. Taylor, Bya A. Xamantov, Dorothy Gravitis, Paul Roderick Gregory, Helen Leslie, George S. De Mohrenschildt, Jeanne De Mohrenschildt and Ruth Hyde Paine, all of whom became acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald and/or his wife after their return to Texas in 1962;
John Joe Howlett, a special agent of the U.S. Secret Service;
Michael R. Paine, and Raymond Franklin Krystinik, who became acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald and/or his wife after their return to Texas in 1962.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 10
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1964

Volume X of  the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume X:  
Everett D. Glover, who became acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald following his return to Texas in 1962 ;
Carlos Bringuier, Francis L. Martello, Charles Hall Steele, Jr., Charles Hall Steele, Sr., Philip Geraci III, Vance Blalock, Vincent T. Lee, Arnold Samuel Johnson, James J. Tormey, Farrell Dobbs, and John J. Abt, who testified concerning Oswald’s political activities and associations ;
Helen P. Cunningham, R. L. Adams, Donald E. Brooks, Irving Statman, Tommy Bargas, Robert L. Stovall, John G. Graef, Dennis Hyman Ofstein, and Charles Joseph Le Blanc, who testified concerning Oswald’s employment history ;
Adrian Thomas Alba, who was acquainted with Oswald in New Orleans in 1963;
Chester Allen Riggs, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon F. Tobias, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Garner,Richard Leroy Hulen, Colin Barnhorst, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carl Johnson,who testifled concerning Oswald’s various residences;
and Clifton M. Shasteen, Leonard Edwin Hutchison, Frank Pizza, Albert Guy Bogard, Floyd Guy Davis Virginia Louise Davis, Malcolm Howard Price, Jr., Garland Glenwill Slack, Dr. Homer Wood, Sterling Charles Wood, Theresa Wood, Glenn Emmett Smith,W. W. Semingsen, and Laurance R. Wilcox, who testified concerning contacts they believed they had with Oswald under varying circumstances.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 11
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1964

Volume XI of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume XI:  
John Edward Pie, Lee Harvey Oswald’s halfbrother ;
Edward John Pit, Jr., John Edward Pie’s father;
Kerry Wendell Thornley, a Marine Corps acquaintance of Oswald;
George B. Church, Jr., Mrs. George B. Church, Jr., and Billy Joe Lord, who were on the boat Oswald took when he left the United States for Russia;
Alexander Kleinlerer, Mrs. Donald Gibson, Ruth Hyde Paine, Michael Ralph
Paine, and Gary Taylor, who became acquainted with Oswald and his wife
after their return to Texas in l962;
M. Waldo George, the Oswald’s landlord at Neely Street in Dallas;
William Kirk Stuckey, who gave testimony relating to Oswald’s political views;
Horace Elroy Twiford and Estelle Twiford, who gave testimony relating to the date and route of Oswald’s trip to Mexico in 1963;
Virginia H. James, James D. Crowley, James L. Ritchie, and Carroll Hamilton Seeley, Jr., of the U.S. State Department;
Louis Feldsott, who gave testimony relating to the purchase of the C2766 rifle;
J. Philip Lux and Albert C. Yeargan, Jr., employees of sporting-goods stores in Dallas;
Howard Leslie Brennan, who was present at the assassination scene;
Louis Weinstock, an official of the Communist Party, Vincent T. Lee, an official of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, and Farrell Dobbs, an official of the Socialist Workers Party, who testified concerning contacts Oswald had with their groups;
Virginia Gray, who gave testimony concerning a letter written by Oswald;
Albert F.Staples, who gave testimony concerning records relating to Marina Oswald;
Katherine Mallory, Monica Kramer. and Rita Saman. who encountered Oswald
while touring Russia in 1961;
John Bryan McFarland, Meryl McFarland, and Pamela Mumford, who were on the bus Oswald took to Mexico in the fall of 1963;
Dial Duwayne Ryder, Hunter Schmidt, Jr., Charles W. Greener, Gertrude Hunter, Edith Whitworth, James Lehrer, and Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald, who gave testimony concerning an allegation that Oswald had taken a rifle to a  gun-repair shop in Dallas;
Eugene D. Anderson and James A. Zahm, of the U.S. Marine Corps, experts on the subject of marksmanship;
C. A. Hamblen, Robert Gene Fenley and Aubreg Lee Lewis, who gave testimony concerning an allegation that Oswald was sending and receiving telegrams through a Dallas Western Union office;
Dean Adams Andrews, Jr., Evaristo Rodriguez, Orest Pena, Ruperto Pena, and Sylvia Odio, who testified concerning contacts they believed they had with Oswald in New Orleans and Dallas under various circumstances;
Edwin A. Walker, who testified concerning an attempt on his life on April 10, 1963, and his attorney, Clyde J. Watts;
Ivan D. Lee, an agent of the FBI, who gave testimony regarding photographs which he took of General Walker’s residence;
Bernard Weissman, who paid for an advertisement concerning President Kennedy which appeared in a Dallas newspaper on November 22, 1963;
Warren Allen Reynolds, who was present in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene; Priscilla Mary Post Johnson, who interviewed Oswald in Moscow ;
Eric Rogers, who lived in the same building as Oswald and his wife in New Orleans in 1963; Bardwell D. Odum, James R. Malley, and Richard
Helms, who testified concerning a photograph which was shown to Marguerite
Oswald for purposes of identification;
Peter Megargee Brown, who testified concerning records relating to Oswald when be lived in New York during his youth ;
Francis J. Martello of the New Orleans Police Department, who interrogated
Oswald in August l963;
John Corporon, an official of a New Orleans broadcasting station;
Mrs. J. V. Allen, who testified concerning the schooling of Oswald’s brothers; Lillian Murret, Oswald’s aunt;
 and John W. Burcham, Emmett Charles Barbe, Jr., Hilda L. Smith, J. Rachal, Bobb Hunley, Robert J. Creel, Helen P. Cunningham, Theordore Frank Gangl, Gene Graves, and Robert L. Adams, who testified concerning Oswald’s employment history.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 12
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1964

Volume XII of  the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume XII:  Charles Batchelor, Jesse E. Curry, J. E. Decker, W. B. Frazier, 0. A. Jones, Jack Revill, James Maurice Solomon, M. W. Stevenson, and Cecil E. Talbert, Charles Oliver Amett, Buford Lee Beaty, Alvin R. Brock, B. H. Combest, Kenneth Hudson
Croy, Wilbur Jay Cutchshaw, Napoleon J. Daniels, William J. Harrison, Harold
B. Holly, Jr., Harry M. Kriss, Roy Lee Lowery, Frank M. Martin, Billy Joe Maxey, Logan W. Mayo, Louis D. Miller, William J. Newman, Bobby G. Patterson, Rio S. Pierce, James A. Putnam, Willie B. Slack, Don Francis Steele, Roy Eugene Vaughn, James C. Watson, G. E. Worley, and Woodrow Wiggins, Dallas law enforcement officers who were responsible for planning and executing the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald from the Dallas City Jail to the Dallas County
Jail;
 and Don Ray Archer, Barnard S. Clardy, and Patrick Trevore Dean, who
participated in the arrest and questioning of Jack L. Ruby.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 13
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1964

Volume XIII of  the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume XIII:  L. C. Graves, James Robert Learelle, L.D. Montgomery, Thomas Donald McMillon, and Forrest V.Sorrels, who participated in the arrest and questioning of Jack L. Ruby;
Dr. Fred A. Bieberdorf, Frances Cason, Michael Hardin, and C. E.Hulse, who testified concerning the time at which Lee IIarrry Oswald was shot ;
Ira Jefferson Beers, Jr., Robert Leonard Hankal, Robert S. Huffaker, Jr., George
R. Phenix, and Jim Turner, news media personnel who observed the shooting of
Oswald;
Harold R. Fuqua, Edward Kelly, Louis McKinzie, Edward E. Pierce, Alfreadia Riggs, and John Olridge Serrance, janitorial employees of the Dallas Municipal Building who gave testimony relating to the manner in which Ruby may have entered the building;
A. M. Eberhardt, Sidney Evans, Jr., Bruce Ray Carlin, Karen Bennett Carlin, Doyle E. Lane, Elnora Pitts, Hal Priddy, Jr., Huey Reeves, Warren E. Richey, Malcolm R. Slaughter, Vernon S. Smart, John Allison Smith, Jesse M. Strong, and Ira X. Walker, Jr., all of whom saw Ruby for brief times during the period November 22-24, 1963, prior to the shooting of Oswald ;
John L. Daniels and Theodore Jackson, attendants at parking lots near the point at which Ruby’s car was parked on Norember 24, 1963;
and Andrew
Armstrong, Jr., Bertha Cheek, and Curtis LaVerne Crafard, who were acquainted
with Ruby prior to November 22,1963.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 14
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1964

Volume XIV of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume XIV:  Curtis LaVerne Crafard, Wilbyrn Waldon (Robert) Litchfield II, Robert Carl Patterson, Alice Reares Sichola, Ralph Paul, George Senator, Sancy Perrin Rich, Breck Wall (Billy Ray Wilson), Joseph Alexnnder Peterson, Harry N. Olsen,
and Kay Helen Olsen, all of whom were friends, acquaintances, employees, or
business associates of Jack L. Ruby;
Earl Ruby and Sam Ruby, two of Ruby’s brothers, and Mrs. Eva Grant, one of his sisters;
Jack L. Ruby;
Dr. William Robert Bearers, a psychiatrist who examined Ruby;
and Bell P. Herndon, an FBI polygraph expert who administered a polygraph test to Ruby.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 15
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1964

Volume XV  of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is the last of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
This volume also contains an index of the Commission Exhibits published in the remaining 11 of the 26 volumes of Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits (XVI through XXVI).
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume XV:  Hyman Rubenstein, a brother of Jack L. Ruby;
Glen D. King, administrative assistant to the chief of the Dallas police;
C. Ray Hall, an FBI agent who interviewed Ruby;
Charles Batchelor. assistant chief of the Dallas police;
Jesse E. Curry, chief of the Dallas police;
M.V. Stevenson, deputy chief of the Dallas police;
Elgin English Crull, city manager of Dallas;
J.W. Fritz, captain in charge of the Dallas Homicide Bureau;
Roland A. Cox, a Dallas policeman;
Harold J. Fleming, vice president of the Armored Motor Car Service of Dallas, and Don Edward Goin, Marvin E. Hall and Edward C. Dietrich, employees of the
Armored Motor Car Service ;
Capt. Cecil E. Talbert of the Dallas Police Department, who was in charge of the patrol division on November 26, 1963;
Marjorie R. Richey, James Thomas Aycox, Thomas Stewart Palmer, Joseph Weldon Johnson, Jr., Edward J. Pullman, Herbert B. Kravitz, Joseph Rossi, Norman Earl Wright, Lawrence V. Meyers, William D. Crowe, Jr., Nancy Mennell
Powell, Dave L. Miller and Russell Lee Moore (Knight), former employees,
business associates, friends, or acquaintances of Ruby;
Eileen Kaminsky and Eva L. Grant, sisters of Ruby ;
George William Fehrenbach, a purported acquaintance of Ruby ;
Abraham Kleinman, Ruby’s accountant ;
Wanda Yvonne Helmick, an employee of a business associate of Ruby ;
Kenneth Larry Dowe, who talked to Ruby over the telephone on November 23, 1963;
T. M. Hansen, Jr., a Dallas police officer;
Nelson Benton, a Dallas news reporter who spoke with Chief Curry on the morning of November 26;
Frank Bellocchio. an acquaintance of Ruby, who spoke with him on November 23, 1963;
Alfred Douglas Hodge, an acquaintance of Ruby ;
David L. Johnston, the justice of the peace who arraigned Oswald for the murder of President Kennedy and Officer Tippit, and who also gave testimony concerning Ruby’s whereabouts on November 22,1963 ;
Stanley M. Kaufman, Ruby’s attorney, who spoke to him on November 23; William S. Biggio and Clyde Franklin Goodson, Dallas police officers:
Roger C. Warner,a Secret Service agent who participated in the investigation of the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald ;
Seth Kantor, Danny Patrick McCurdy, Victor F. Robertson, Jr., Frederic Rheinstein, Icarus M. Pappas, John G. McCullough, Wilma May
Tice, John Henry Branch, William Glenn Duncan, Jr., Garnett Claud Hallmark,
John Wilkins Newnam, Robert L. Norton, Roy A. Pryor, Arthur William
Watherwax, Billy A. Rea, Richard L. Saunders, Thayer Waldo, Ronald Lee
Jenkins, Speedy Johnson, and Roy E. Standifer, all of whom gave testimony
concerning Ruby’s whereabouts on November 22 and/or November 23, 1963;
William Kline and Oran Pugh, U.S. Customs officials who gave testimony
regarding their knowledge of Oswald’s trip to Mexico;
Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, a photography expert with the FBI ;
and Bruce Ray Carlin, Mrs. Bruce Carlin,and Ralph Paul, acquaintances of Jack Ruby;
Harry Tasker, taxicab driver in Dallas;
Paul Morgan Stombaugh, hair and fiber expert, FBI;
Alwyn Cole, questioned document examiner, Treasury Department;
B. M. Patterson and L. J. Lewis, witnesses in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene ; Arthur Mandella, fingerprint expert, New York City Police Department;
 John F. Gallagher, FBI agent ;
and Revilo Pendleton Oliver, member of the council of the John Birch Society.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 16
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1964

Volume XVI  of  the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits is the first of the eleven exhibits volumes. The set of 26 volumes consists of 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC (volumes I to V), 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by Commission staff members in various locations (volumes VI to XV), and the 11 volumes of exhibits (volumes XVI to XXVI).
Most of the exhibits in this volume were introduced during the testimony of the Oswald family: wife Marina, mother Marguerite, and brother Robert. The remainder consists of some primary police evidence photos and some of the medical exhibits introduced during the testimony of the autopsy physicians.
This volume contains exhibits from 1 to 391.

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