The first document is a partially torn page from a 1963 Dallas, Texas telephone book, which lists persons with the last name of Hunt. Two pencil entries are handwritten in the upper margin of the partial page: "J" with a surrounding circle, followed by "LA 84775"and "Raul 214-." Immediately following "Raul 214-," the page is torn.
The second document consists of eight lines of handwriting. The first six lines are two columns of handwritten words and numbers. The handwritten number all end with ".00." The last two lines consisting of writing "before 4-15 [unintelligible];" "after Raul X 213."
ATTACHMENT 2 - Diagram of the area surrounding the Lorraine Motel which depicts the location of the motel and buildings on South Main Street including the fire station, rooming house, Jim's Grill and parking lot.
ATTACHMENTS 4a and 4b - Two photographs of the fire station on Mulberry Street taken by Joseph Louw from his second floor room at the Lorraine, upon hearing the gunshot that killed Dr. King. Each photograph shows several law enforcement officials at the top of the retaining wall behind the firestation, leaping down from the wall, and running down Mulberry Street.