The clear image on the right was sent to me by Professor Jerry Kroth, and I decided to make from it another Doorman collage.
And, the match is very good. Of course, the angle isn't the same; it's more of a profile view on the right. So you have to adjust for that mentally. But, look how the arch of the eye and the eyebrows match very well. The nose is also a good match, with the same kind of point to it and the long nostril. The mouth, check. The chin, check. The hair is very different, more receded on the left, but I told you; they jimmied the top of Lovelady's head from his 1957 photo into it. In fact, if you look closely, you can see a little zig-zag in the margin of his forehead. That's probably the junction.
So, below the arrow is all Oswald, and above the arrow is all Lovelady.
His t-shirt in the latter image doesn't look sunken like we see in the Altgens photo (the vee) but that's because it was pulled down in back at the time, which raised the margin in front. That's something that fluctuated depending on how his t-shirt was configured. But overall, it's another excellent demonstration that Oswald was the Man in the Doorway, as Professor Gerald McKnight said on national television (CSPAN) on Christmas Day 2012.