Ink diagram on paper, 7 x 4.75 in., drawn by Dr. Robert McClelland, describing the injuries he witnessed at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963. The sketch is signed by McClelland, and framed with a signed photograph of McClelland holding his white shirt stained with Kennedy's blood, as well as three photographs of Kennedy's injuries, each signed by McClelland and Dr. Kenneth Salyer. Two of the photographs are also signed by Dr. Ronald C. Jones, and two bear the signature of Dr. Don T. Curtis, an oral surgeon.
Based on his close study of Kennedy's skull, Dr. McClelland openly questioned the Warren Commission's conclusion that Kennedy was shot by the lone gunman from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. He felt that Kennedy was shot not only from the back, but also the front, concluding that there was more than one gunman involved and that the president was the victim of a conspiracy.