On the 22nd of November, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald worked as an order-filler at the Texas School Book Depository. This photo—by Andrew J Oldaker—depicts the building located at 411 Elm Street in Dallas, Texas. License: CC BY SA-3.0
On the morning of the assassination, Lee Oswald rode in to work with Buell W. Frazier. He had unexpectedly visited his family at Ruth Paine's house the night before - a Thursday. (Usually Oswald only visited the family on weekends.)
Carrying a paper wrapping with something inside it, Oswald told Frazier (scroll down 50%) the package contained curtain rods which Ruth had given him for his boarding-house room. In fact, Ruth Paine personally turned over both of her curtain rods to the Warren Commission. They were marked as Commission Exhibits 275 and 276.
Police who searched the sixth floor of the Depository immediately after Kennedy was shot found paper wrappings, spent cartridges and a high-powered rifle with a misaligned scope. All of that evidence is maintained at the National Archives. Images have been digitized for on-line viewing:
Two famous photographs played a prominent role in answering that question during the official investigations. It was alleged that Marina took pictures of her husband, with the subject rifle, in the backyard of the Oswalds' home at 214 West Neely Street. Some experts claim the pictures were altered. Others believe they are authentic.
What did Marina say?