It’s been a good week of finding sources, for history issues across the spectrum, not just about the Kennedy assassination in Dallas.
Certainly one of the highlights was a bus tour that carried us from Dallas’s Love Field airport, along the route of Kennedy’s motorcade, to Parkland Hospital, and then through Oak Cliff along the route accused assassin Lee Oswald is believed to have traveled after the assassination to his capture at the much restored Texas Theatre on Jefferson Boulevard.
In the photo above we discuss the actions of Dallas Police after Oswald’s capture. This room is in the old homicide division of the old Dallas Police Station, a building still in use for municipal offices and being renovated after the police department moved to a newer building a few years ago. The door at the left leads to the room where Oswald was questioned about his actions and his knowledge of the day’s events.