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us , including dr . and :Irs . riunt
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sayin<; that it ·,;a.s no•.·1 45 rni:1ut2s since the shot :1ad been
fired and they still c.lia not !-.nmv how baC:ly t:1e President
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a. Hr. and Mrs. Hunt, Aunt Leonie, t.'le three olde r
Hunt children and I spent t he of the day and that
evening in the house watching TV r eports. I r emembe r, for
instance, vie\·ling the r e turn to Was:1ington of Hrs. Jackie
Kennedy.
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9. The preceding given by me are given
freely and voluntarily \'.'ithout any pressure or influence
being placed upon me by any member of the staff of the
Commission on CIA Activities With i n the United States or
any other person .
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Summary of interview with Alice w. Dater and Jean Evans McConnell
On Friday, March lu, 1975, Mrs. Alice w. Dater and Mrs. Jean Evans
McConnell were interviewed in the office of the Middle School, Sidwell
Friends School, 3825 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Wubington, D.C. nte interview
was conducted by Peter R. Clapper. '!be interview began at about ll:uS a.-.
and ended at about 12:30 p.m. The following is a summary of the interview.
Background Information on Mrs. Dater and Mrs. McConnell
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Mrs. Dater and Mrs. McConnell are the only teachers still at Sidwell Friends
School who were there on November 22, 1963. Mrs. Dater and Mrs. McConnell
then as nov taught the 6th and 8th grades respectively.
laekground Information on School Practicea
Usually all students ate lunch in the school cafeteria. The final class ot
the day vas a general assembly !rom about 2:15 p.m. to 3:30p.m. For
student to leave early, a p&rel\t would have to write, phone or visit the
Middle School office. Tbe principal there vas Frank Barger, deceased.
His assistant vas Mrs. Harley R. (Lucille) Baker or Bethesda, Met. Many
students were routinely picked up by parents in cara at the end or eaeb
school day.
EYents of November 22, 196.3
Mrs. Dater and Mrs. McConnell agree that it was a normal, tull school day.
Mrs. Dater leamed of the shooting in Dallas from a 5th grade teacher,
Mrs. Ruth Tyson, deceased. Mrs. Tyson visited the faculty room shortly
after lunch, heard the neva on a radio and quietly reported it to
Mrs . Dater who vas teaching a class. Barger then visited Mrs. Barger and
repeated the neva. He indicated be did not want to announce the shooting
immediately. Joseph Kennedy, ll, and Robert Kennedy, 10, were both
students at the school. Barger felt they should be told about their
uncle by their parents. So classes continued.
Mrs. Dater said that Barger told her that Mrs. R.S. McNamara, wife of the
Defense Secretary, whose son was also in the school, called to ask it
she could help. Barger asked her to contact Mrs. Ethel and haft
her arrange for tvo aons to be picked up.
At about 2:1.5 p.m. the usual final class of the day began. It vas the
assembly. Mrs. · Dater and Mrs. McConnell recall that a movie on Project
Hope vas shown. The sound track at the end vas President Kennedy-'s voice.
As the movie neared its end, Barger vhislled loudly for attention. He
told the Kennedy boys that their big· ear vas blocking traf'fic. He
excused thea.   according to Mrs. Dater, Barger announced the
assassinat i on. Mrs. MeCormell does not recall the announcnent, but abe
agrees that the students   it by the end of the aesembly. She
said some of them were
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tion s of my where abouts on November 22 , 1963:
1. On tha t date I was an empl oyee of the Central Intelligence
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Agency assigned t o the Domestic Operations Division, located in
a commercial buil ding in Washington, D. C.
2. I was driving with my late wife on H Street near 8th or 9th
Street when we firs t heard of the Kennedy shooting on our car
radio. We had been purchasing Chinese groceries at a store named,
as well as I can reca ll it, "Wah Ling". I do not know how long
after the initial radio reports were made that my wife and I first
hea rd t he news . Brinkley was t he c ommentator I remember because
of his having theorized a
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right wing plot": i.e., Dallas citizens
had abused Adlai Stevenson and the climate of Dall a s extremism had
caused Kennedy's shooting.
3 . From the Chines e grocery s t ore we drove out Wisconsin Avenue
to pick up our daughter, Kevan , from Sidwell Friends Sc hool. On
joining us my daughter told us what we alr eady knew: that President
Kennedy had been s hot. She had learned this because two of Robert
Kenne dy's children had been t aken from Sidwell Friends School, pre-
surnably b y Secret Service agents .
4. From Kevan's school we drove directly to our home on Baltan
Road in Sumner, Maryland (off Massachusetts Avenue extended). At
home was my newly-born son, Davi d (DOB 9/ 1/ 63), a maid, Mary Traynor,
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and my wife's aunt, the late Leona Drexler of Chicago . Our elder
son , St. John, a student at nearby Brookmont Elementary School,
was probably already at home. As I recall , our eldest child, Lisa,
arrived soon afterward by bus from Ursuline Academy and joined us
at the television set in our basement recreation room where we
stayed long hours watching t he unfolding of events: the swearing-in
of LBJ, the arrival at Andrews Field of the Presidential coffin,
etc.
5 . As to why I was not at my office that entire afternoon, I can
only presume that I had left earl y to help my wife shop for a
planned Chinese dinner , in the preparati on of which I normally
assisted.
6 . I was never in Dallas, Texas , until late 1971 when, at the
 
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request of Charles Colson I flew there to interview Gen . Paul:'
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Harkins , former U.S. military commander in Vietnam.
7 . I did not meet Frank Sturgis until the spring of 1972, the
introduction being performed by and at the office of Bernard L.
Barker.
8 . I never at any time met or knew Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby,
or any other person involved in the Dallas slayings .
9. I was not in Mexico in 1963 . In fact, I was not in Mexico
between the years 1961 and 1970, and have not been there since
a weekend pleasure trip to Acapulco in July of 1970 .
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10 . I have no di a riEs or o ther memorabilia prior to 1969,
having destroy ed as many outdated files and records as possible
to save weight in the move to my Florida home in July, 1974.
I retained only such records, bank statements, etc. as are
required by the 5- year Internal Revenue Service for income tax
purposes.
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Robert B.
Telephone Interview with E. Howard Hunt
on March 7, 1975
I called Mr. Hunt at his residence in Miami, Florida, after first
clearing the matter with his attorney, Mr. Snyder, of Baltimore.
I asked Mr. Hunt about the apparent inconsistency between his des-
cription to us of the circumstances under which he heard about the
assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, and the
letter from a former family maid, Mary Traynor. In particular, I
called his attention to the fact that Mrs. Traynor,in her letter,
advises that Mr. and Mrs. Hunt were at home when word of the assas-
came in a telephone call from Veronica Moppett. This
is inconsistent with Mr. Hunt's statement that he and Mrs. Hunt
heard about the assassination on the car radio while they were in
downtown Washington, D. C. Mr. Hunt stated that Mary Traynor
seems to be in error. He says that it is entirely possible that
there was such a call from Veronica Moppett, although he does not
remember it. He says that a lot of people were calling each other
with the news about the shooting of the President. He says it is
also possible that this was the manner in which Mary Traynor heard
about the shooting and that she is simply in error in her recollec-
tion that the Hunts were then at home.
Hunt stated that he thinks that the Sidwell Friends School dismissed
classes for the day at 3:15pm or 3:30 pm. He says it is possible
that the school was dismissed earlier on the day of the assassination
but he does not know for sure. He acknowledges that he and Mrs. Hunt
would not have known about an earlier dismissal of classes in time to
pick up Kevan unless Mrs. Hunt had called the school while they were
enroute from downtown Washington, D. C. He does not recall making
such a call himself, and he does not recall his wife making one. If
classes let out at the normal time, he and Mrs. Hunt would have arrived
at home, with their daughter Kevan, at about 3:30 or 3:45pm.
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He states that, as he recalls it, there was some delay between the
time of the death of the President and the time it was made public
on radio and television. He does not recall whether the death of
the President had been announced by the time he and Mrs. Hunt arrived
at home and he turned on the television set. [The President was pro-
nounced dead at 2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time. The exact time when
the death was announced on radio or television has not been checked
out.]
He recalls that when he was T.V. with his family after arr1v1ng
at home, either Huntley or Brinkley made some statement to the effect
that the assassination was an outgrowth of the hatred of far Right groups
which was much in evidence in Dallas, as had been shown by a recent inci-
dent involving some one spitting into the face of Adlai Stevenson. The
implication made by Huntley or Brinkley was that the assassination had
been accomplished by some one from the far Right Wing. This was before
anything was known about the actual assassin. Hunt remembers commenting
to his family that it was just like Huntley or Brinkley to jump to the
conclusion that the shooting had been by a Right Ninger before any evi-
dence was available concerning the assassin.
Mr. Hunt will give us a detailed affidavit covering his non-involvement
in the various assassinations. He states that he hopes to be able to
avoid another trip back to Washington because he wants to spend as much
time as possible with his eleven-year old daughter, who is very anxious
about her father's impending imprisonment.
Mr. Hunt states that he hopes to be assigned to a minimum security federal
prison in Florida when he reports on March 25.
With respect to the late-night television program on the evening of March 6,
1975, on ABC TV, Hunt states that he recorded the program on tape. It was
an interview of Dick Gregory, Ralph Schoenman, and one of their companions.
None of the above mentioned Hunt's name or that of Sturgis on the program.
He -describes the interviewer pressing Dick Gregory on whether he claims
that the CIA was involved in the assassination of President Kennedy and
Gregory responding that they were not stating that as a fact, but only
that if there was any chance of CIA involvement, then the President's Com-
mission should investigate it.· Gregory and his companions showed the
Zapruder film and the major thrust of the program \\'as an emphasis on the
snapping back of the President's head at the time of the fatal shot. One
of the interviewees (I believe he said it was Schoenman) stated that they
did not really expect much from Olsen at the CIA Commission, but that they
were going to "keep embarrassing him with the fact s ."
Mr. Hunt feels that the press should give some publicity t o Schoenman's
background with the Bertrand Russell Foundati on .
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Mr. WillJam A. Snyder
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Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Dear Hr. Snyder:
Bob Olsen has asked me to return the enclosed
photographs of Mr. Hunt, which Mr. Hunt left with
the Commission on CIA Activities Within the United
States. We appreciate very much Mr. Hunt's making
these photographs available to us.


James N JJ Roe the
Staff Attorney
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Nelson A. Rockefeller,
Chairman
DJvic:! W. Be11n,
Jot1n T_ Connor
C. Douglas Dillon
Erwin N. Gnswold
Lane K1rkland
Lyman L. Lemnitzer
Ronald Reagan
Edgar F. Shannon, Jr.
Mr. James A. Wilderotter
Associate Deputy Attorney General
Department of Justice
Washington, D. C, 20530
Dear Jim:
Execut1ve 01rector
March 7, 1975
We are in receipt of your letter of March 6 and the FBI report
enclosed therewith, The report contains much helpful information
on the subject, and we appreciate the Bureau's work in preparing it.
We would like to have the details of the evidence underlying
the Bureau's conclusion contained in the third paragraph of its
report in order that this Commission may itself evaluate that
evidence, consider any additional independent investigation, and
arrive at its own conclusion. To that end, we would appreciate
your making available to us for interviewing the Bureau personnel
who compared the photographs and reached the conclusion embodied
in the report, Preliminary to such interview(s), we would like to
have a detailed description of the methods, processes and equipment
used in making the comparisons of the photographs.
Should the Bureau personnel who made the comparisons not be
available, we ask that we be furnished with a detailed statement
concerning (1) the bases for the Bureau's conclusion, and (2) the
degree of certainty of that conclusion.
As you know, this Commission is working under pressting time
limitations, We ask, accordingly, that this matter be given your
earliest attention.
Very truly yours,
DavidW. Belin
Executive Director
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Mr. David W. Belin
Executive Director
Commission on CIA Activities
Within the United States
Washington, D. C. 20500
Dear Dave:
1975
Attached per our discussion the other day is a report
prepared by the FBI in response to your inquiry concerning
the relationship, if any, of E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis
to the events surrounding the assassination of President
Kennedy. The FBI report is a summary of information in its
files relating to your inquiry.
Please let me know how we can be of further assistance.
Best regards.
yours,
J s A. Wilderotter
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me to thA murde r of President :ohn Kennedy are totally without foundat i
Tr.ey constitute a false and vi· · ious libe l.
These charges are bizarre
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The Political Left has never bean able or willing t.c accept the fact
that Kennedy 's was a man of the Left; thus the Leftist
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preoccupation with finding an alternate assassin.
Dick Gregory's smear represents the ultimata in slander and
innuendo characterized as McCarthyism.
The Rockefeller and other investigat ive committees will
probably examine Gregory's charges - as indeed they should. For my
part I would welcome a thorough hi gh-level investigation and a full
airing of all relevant findings. Only if this takes place will I have
any hope of clearing my name and living free from the threats against
my life already made by neurotics.
I was not in Dallas,Texas, on November 22,1963; in fact I
never visited Dallas until eight years later. I did not meet Frank
Sturgis until 1972, nine years aft er we were allegedly together in
Dallas. I was not in in 1963 , and I did not meet Lee Harvey
Oswald there or at any other place or time. r1oreover, I shared the
nation's grief over the murder of our President. These are the facts.
Until author itative investiga tive bodies make knm·m their
judgment concerning my alleged involvement in the Kennedy murder I
will continue to bring libel actions against any and all parties
who repeat the libel. I must take this course because the libels are
prejudicial to my position before the Court now consi dering my
Appeal from the Watergate affair. And because the libe ls threaten my
only means of livelihood, as a writer. But of even greater concern to
me is that continued publicity given to these reckless
charges could stimulate soma yet-unpublicized maniac into violent
action against me and my fami ly.
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STATEii.1EI'i T BY KEVAK !-rUNT FOR THE ROCKEFELLER COMMISSION ON
CIA DOMESTIC MARCH 11 I 1975
(re : E. Howard Hunt , Jr . )
On November 22 , :963 I was a fifth grade student at the Sidwell
Friends School in Washington , D. C. My father was not usually at
breakfast with his children , so I do not recall seeing him in the
morning before I to school . To my knowledge , • he was
indeed at home . He not been travelling in the previous months .
I remember day more clearly than most children my age at
the time , because two of Robert Kennedy ' s sons attended the Sidwell
Friends School . Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. was in my class , and Joseph
was a year ahead of me .
It was rumored that afternoon that both Bobby and Joe had t o
be taken out of school . Later , an announcement was made that the
President had been shot in Dallas .
At J : JO p . m., both my mother and my father picked me up at school
and took me home . I believe that they had been shopping earlier ,
because grocery bags were in the car . I told them about the announcement
that had been made at school , and my parents said that they had just
heard about it the car radio. My father ' s reaction was shock and
disbelief .
My father was home that wee kend as well, and the family
all of the television coverage related to the Presidential plane ' s
arrival in Washington , and the funeral proceedings .
To my knowledge , my father had not left on any trips the
months preceding the President ' s assasination , he was at home t h e
day of the assasination , and he did not leave home that weekend .
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I, Lisa T, :-!unt, beinr; duly sworn, depose and se.y that I am
subrr.i ttinF; tc.:s Affidavit to th" Comnissior on CIA Activities
Within the Unit2d States at the written of Hr. Peter R,
Clapper, who himself as an investiP'l.t.or for the
aforementioned Commission, - .o
The of !:.his Affidavi-t is to record my recollections
of the whP-reatouts of my parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. Howrd Hunt, Jr.,
and myself on 'iovember 22, 1963,
On that date, I was living with my parents in our house in
Sumner, 1·!aryland, After returning from school that afternoon, and
throughout the weekend that followed, I was with my father lind
mo'.her at our house spending much of the time television
reports in ccr.nection >Ii th the assassination of President John F,
Kennedy,
Tile forep;oi."!g represents a truthful summary of my recolloections
of the whereabouts of my parents anC. r.vself on N"ovember 22, 196),
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Mr. Peter Clapper
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Office of the Vice President
Executive Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear Mr. Clapper:
I am in receipt of the request and authorization for release
of information from Mr. E. Howard Hunt.
On researching our files, I have found two hospitalizations
for Mr. Hunt. They are:
Admitted Discharged
October 12, 1964 October 15, 1964
June 19, 1968 June 20, 1968.
Hopefully, this information will fulfill your request.
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Mr. Clapper, an i nvestigator for the Commission on CL\ Activities
\·lithin the U4lited Stat e3, ha.a requested infor:nation on my whereabouts on
November 22, 1963.
If memory it is I was a patient at Sibley
Hospi tal at that
Mr. Clapper has prepared this letter for my signature to request
release to him of ths medlcal r ecord indicating the dates of my stay
a t Sibley dUJ.-ing that period. Ha can be reached in \va.shi4lgton at the
f o1lo•.Jing phona numbi3r: 456-7017. His at the Commiss i on is in
c2.re of t.he of the Vice President, E.xecutive Office BuildL"lg,
D.C. 20500.
Your cooperation in thi9 matter uill b.e very much appreciated.
12ll) N. :-: . 82d St.
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an affada·lit containirg your of your
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whereabouts on November 22, 1963. As
you ;.;ill recall, that \las tha data of the assa3sinati on of Presi dent
Kennedy in Dall33,
I think you are of allegations that your father may have
been in Dallas on that dat e. It would be helpful to this
Commis ston to ha'le your recollections in that conn"3ction.
The affada·nt rr..ay be as short as you -;.rl.sh. It may be t yped or
in ink. It must ba ffi'forn to by you before a notary public.
If JCU any questio!"\3 or any assistance from me,
please give me a call on (202) 456-7017.
The affadavit may be mailed to me at the following address:
Peter R. Clapper
Com:'rlssion on CIA \iithin
Of fice of the Vice President
Executive Offica Building
Wa3hington, D.c. ?.0500
Thank you for your consideration.
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Robert B. Olsen, Esquire
Senior Counsel
Commission on CLA Activities
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712 Jackson Place, N. w.
Washington, D. C. 20050
Dear Mr. Olsen:
8 March 1975
Per our telephone conversation yesterday I am submitting
herewith a sworn statement concerning my whereabouts on the
day of the JFK assassination, November 22, 1963.
Today's Times story, as published in Miami,
continues the same tired old Gregory thesis with but a brief
sentence accorded my denial. While I can appreciate the
Commission's desire not to release its findings piecemeal,
please bear in mind that I am slated to return to prison and
I greatly fear that the sinister allegations of my involvement
in the Kennedy assassination will have inflamed the prison
atmosphere to the point of menacing my life. For this reason,
I request that the Commission's verdict on the photographs
purporting to show Sturgis and myself as arrested tramps in
Dallas be made public as soon as possible. Moreover, I am
requesting Judge Sirica to shorten my sentence, and I fear
that my motion is already seriously prejudiced by the false
assertions current in the face of official silence.
Sincerely,
cc: William A. Snyder, Jr., Esq.
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: Sam Jaffe Inquiry- Hunt and Sturgis
1. Subsequent to Jaffe's inquiry to Art Lundahl last week,
relayed to us by John Hicks, we have been in touch with the Office of
Security (Charlie Kane) and have checked other records to ascertain
Hunt's whereabouts at the time of the Kennedy assassination on
21 November 1963.
2. The Office of Finance has checked Hunt's leave and travel
records for the period September 1963 to January 1964, not knowing
the purpose of our request. The record shows for the four week
pay period ending 23 November 1963 that Hunt took 11 hours sick leave and
no annual leave. In the following pay period he took three hours sick
leave and 27 hours annual leave, but this follows the particular period
in question. His travel record shows official travel in September,
October and December, but none in November; all this travel was to
New York. John Richards states that we already know, as a result of
responses to previous requests, that we have no records on Sturgis
that would show similar information; he was not an Agency employee.
3. Security provided us with a column by Jack A:>derson, of
16 Aprill974, in which he covered the Hunt-Sturgis rumor, dismissing
it. A copy of the news column is attached. This would suggest that,
rather than police photographs of persons rounded up and booked, the
photographs in question are random snapshots of crowds. If this is
correct there would be no related police fingerprint records that could
be checked for vez:tlfication.
4. Kane feels that any inquiry would attract more attention than
it would be worth. I agree. I suggest that we only hold this information
against possible future inquiries on the subject.
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are destroyed in the ordinary course of the Agency's records dis-
posal system three years after completion of the audit for e:1ch
year. \'.'hat records remain, including annual leave, sick leave,
and travel records, disclose that Hunt had no out-of-to\m travel
associated with his employment in the month of Noveiber 1963, and
that he had no annual leave and nine hours of sick leave in the
t:·:o-• . .;eek payperi od ending >Jovember 23, 1963 . The exact date or
dates on NhiclY tne sick leave \'ias taken could not be ascertain.:!d .
There is sone indication, hOi·: ever, that some of thvse nine ho'urs of
sick l eave 1'713)' ha'.re be«:n taken by Hunt .on NO'/Cr:Jber 22, 19b3, if he
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1\.::!S a Friday, a:'.d ordinari ly a workin:; day for err.ployees of
the Centr3l   Agency.
never an emp loyee of the Central Intelligence
Agency, an1 he served as an agent under a writt en contra ct 1..ri th
the CIA. so testified under oath t o the Commis s ion, and a revie'"
of the records cf t he CIA failed t o turn up any evidence to the contrary.
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been displayed in various newspapers in the Unit ed States and on national
t el evision 1vitness offered t estimony t o the Commission
to the effect that the derelicts were personally kno1m to be E. Howard
Hunt or Frank Sturgis.
Ne ither was any credible evidence found by the Commission in-
dicating that the derelicts in ques tion had any p3rt whatever in the
assassination President Kennedy. While they 1-re:re f ound in a box-
car not far from the scene of the assassin3tion , that f act cannot
form the basis for drawi ng
any inference of involvement in the assassi nat ion. Neither can s uch
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and to r eceive     especially at such p laces as barber colleges,
j a ils, and missions.
The concluded that there is no credible evidence
tending to identify any of the dereli cts as E. Howard Hunt or Frank
  anJ it nas discovered no evidence to establish that either
Hunt or Sturgis \\·as in or near Dallas on the day of the assassination
of President Kennedy.
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The Commission found no credib lc evidence that either Lee Harvey
Os\vald or Jack Ruby was ever employed by the Central Intelligence
Agency or ever acted for the Central Intelligence Agency in any capacity
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Testimony was offered to the Cormnis sion purporting to show CI!.
r c l a tionships \vith OS\va ld and Ruby . It was stated,for example, that
E. Howard Hunt was an employee of the Central Intelligence Agency,
t: w.t Hunt \\as engaged in political activi t y with e l ement s of ,the anti-
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1. On that cJate I wnH an o £ tho Centcol
Agency to the Domestic Divinion, loca ted in
a couanorcitll building in HEJ :>hin<.J LOn, D. C .
2. I wn r,; driving with 11;y lt: tli \lito Ol• l1   l i ... J · .:. · t >t.:h or c)l.h
Street when wu first hoard of s hooting on o ur car
radio. We had been purchasing Chincl sa g rocacies at n amec,
as well as I can recall, it, Ling". I do not knO\ .J how loWJ
after initial radio report.; were m;,du th<: t nty wifl) I f irr: t
heard tha news. Brinkley was the comm<.:mt;,tor I   bt::cau !;c:
of h'is having theorized a "right wing plot": i.e., De llas ci tize no
had abused Adlai Stevenaon ·and the climate of had
caused Kennedy's shooting.
3. From the Chinese grocery store we drove out Vliscont: in Avanuo
to pick ur, our daughter, · Kevan, front Sidwell l.•'riun:I H School. On
Konrn..:dy' !.: children had been tl!kun from Sictwttll i•' l:iull d : J Sehoul, pJ· u-
  "by SQcrot Servicu Dgwntf:i.
4. Frol\1 Kavan's school Wll.'! directly to our h0111e on Baltan
RoCi d in Sumner, Mllryland (off Avenue At
homo was my newly-born son, David (DOD 9/ l /63), a wa id, Mary Traynor,
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;md my wifo' s aunt, tho l<ttu Drmclwr of Chicago. Our elder
son, St. John, ca e.t nc;·.rby Brooku:ont:. 8lt.:.nu8ntary School,
was prob;,J..,ly ; lro<·tly J,;; I t·uc" ll, our .:!ldo,;t child, Lisil,
arrived soon ;.tttcrwnrd l(/ buP u·r:-;ulino l'\C(1dUJiiY • nd joined us
at the t13lovision set in our bil uement rocrotJ·tion \'ll1ara \·.'U
stayed lung hours w<1tching thoo unfoldin9 oi   the s\JOal·ing-in
of LDJ·, the <1t /u-Jdr..:n-Js l.·'iolil of Pr-ouid-.Jntial coffin,
etc.
5. ll.n ·to why I was not at my office thi3t: vntir.:.o ,,Ltornoon, I ccn
only prosume that I had left o<•rly to help wy :;lw!l for <"
planned Chinene dinner, in tbo prcparc•tion oi \:hi•:l' I nonct:,lly
assi::;tcd.
6. I wag never in Dallas, Texas, until liJto l'l7l i'lt tho
request of Charles Colson I flew there to • Gem. l?aul
ilarkins, former U.S. military commander in Vietn.-.m.
7. I did not meet Frank Sturgis until the snring of 1972, the
introduction being performed by and at tho office of IJarnc-rd L.
D<>rker.
U .. I at any tima mot or know Luu llt-1r:vuy U::\Jtlld, J'o.•ck HuJ;y
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or <ony ot:l1or puroon involvod in th" D<ollfw ul.•yiwJI'·
'.l. I Wilt> not in in 1963. In iuct, I w<>c; not in Moxico
the years 1961 and 1970, and lwv .. not i.J<>ull l:huru "incu
;, pleasure trip to Acapulco in July of l'.J?O,
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having du.::troyHd aG lliony outdi1t<.Jd filw; <md 1\ti pocwiblo
to save waighc in the to r"y f'lorida in July, 1974.
I retainer! only such   b;:ni> statemonts, etc. as uro
required by tho 5-yoc.r InLern;,l !tcvonuo Service tor incowu l:i'X
purpose.:;.
''. lloward l!ut< <:
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·The shooting of President Kennedy occurred at about 12:31 PM,
Dallas time, on November 22, 1963, while the Presidential motorcade
was passing Dealey Plaza as it headed gen er ally westward on Elm Street.
Witnesses to the shooting gave to the police varying accounts of where
they thought the shots had come from. Some b e li eved they had come
from the Texas School Book Depository Bui ld ing (TSBD), which was
behind a nd slightly to the right of the President when he was hit; others
thought the shots had come from other directions. Law enforcemen t
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where in the vicinity of Dealey Plaza. About six or eight persons who
 
the police referred to as "d erel icts" were found in or near the fr eight
cars. These persons were taken either to the nearby Dallas County
Sheriff• s office. or to the Dallas Po lice Department, for questioning.
All were r e l eased without any arrest record being made, or any
fingerprinting or photographing being done by the authorities. (By
that time, Lee Harvey Oswald had already been taken int o custody
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and was believed by the Dallas authorities to be responsible for the
assassination of the President and the murder of a Dallas police officer.)
Among the six or eight "derelicts" found in the vicinity of the freight
cars were three men who, according to the arresting officers, had
been found sweeping out a grain car about a mile from the Texas School
Book Depository Building. They were being accompanied to the sheriff's
office by Dallas policemen when they were photographed by several
press photographers on the scene. Copies of five of the photographs
showing the "derelicts" were submitted to the Commission's staff as

evidence. A witness before this Commission testified that he has
ascertained that tlfe three "derelicts" in question were found in a box-
car situated to the northwest of the assassination scene, which would
have been to the right front of the Presidential car at the time of the
shooting. Between the area in which that boxcar was said to be located
and that part of Elm Street where the assassination occurred was a
"grassy knoll." It was alleged by witnesses who volunteered testimony
to the Commission that a bullet fired from the area of that "grassy
knoll" struck President Kennedy in the head. It was also alleged by
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bears a striking facial resemblance to E. Howard Hunt and that another
of them bears a striking facial resemblance to Frank Sturgis. Finally,
it was alleged that if those two "derelicts" were, in fact, Hunt and
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his right front, the CIA would be shown to be implicated in the killing
of President Kennedy.
The photographs of the ''derelicts" in Dallas have been care-
fully and systematically compared with numerous known photographs
of Hunt and Sturgis taken both before and after November 22, 1963.
A comparison was first made by members of the Commission's staff,
none of whom are ·experts in photo identifi cation. Even as no n-experts,
however, it appeared to the mem.bers of the staff that there was, at
b es t, only a superfi c ial resemblance b e twe e n the Dallas "derelicts"
and Hunt and Sturgis. The der e lict allegedly r esembling Hunt appeared
to be substantially older and smaller than Hunt. The dereli ct all eged ly
resembling Sturgis appe ar e d to b e tall e r and thinner than Sturgis and
to have hair markedly diffe rent in type and color from that of Sturgis.
The witnesses who testified t o the "s t riking r esemblance"
between lhe "der e li cts" and Hunt and Sturgis were not shown to h ave
Nay 15, 1978
'fO WHOM I'l' MAY CONCERN:
The following statement represents· the factual events of
November 22, 1963.
I was e!Jployed by the Central Intelligence Agency from April
1961 through August 1964 as a clerk-typist. On November 22, 1963
I was working for the Domestic Operations Division whose offices
were located at .1717 H Street in Washington, D. C. Ny supervisor
was E. Howard Hunt. On the morning of Friday, November 22, l9L3
I was at my desk doing routine office work. Hr. Hunt was in his
office until lunchtime at which time he left. His secretary, Ms.
Amesbury and I were in the office after lunch when a co-
ViOrker came in and in for.ned us that John F. l':enncdy, President of
the United States had been shot. We were told that he was dead
shortly after the first announcement. Ms. Amesbury and I discussed
whether we should leave as Mr. Hunt had not yet returned from
lunch. We decided 'that as soon as he heard the news he would
realize that most government workers had been dismissed, and we
both left our office. \ ·,
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Having become awa r e through the press of questions
raised concerning the ts of E . Howard nunt on November
22 , 1963 , the on which Presid<.m t Kennedy ss;1 te!d ,
I wish to make the following volu• t•.ary
On November 22 , 1963 , I was in Was hington , D. C. I
lunched that day at Duke Zeibcrt's which is on L Street
just off Connecticut J\vunue . My luncheon comp .. mion wns .Mr . John
Sucard.
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ridden in it from time time with Yr . and from Central
Intelligence Agency offices . And as a near of the
Hunts I knew Mrs . Hunt , having 'been in their '.'.r <;Pvcral
occasions .
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1. is to the varbal request of
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1974 that this conduct a review oi record sources
to ascertain J.tr. Hmlt' s whereabout s during t.he period
ZO November 1963 through 24 1963.
z. and travel records for the period in question
were examined with the following r e sults. Leave records -
reflect that for the fourweek pay period ending 23 November
1963 Mr. Hunt . took a · total of 11 hour5 sick leave and no .
annua1 leavv.- In the following four week pay period, he took.
3 hours sick leave and 27 hours annual leave. We are unable ·
to further identify the dates on which - the above sick and annual
loave were taken- In accordance with established Agency
procedures, the Time and Attendance Records for t he pay periods
in question were routinaly destroyed three years after they
audited. TTavel records raf lect that Mr. Hunt conducted
no official tTavel during the month of NOYember 1953.
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The shooting of President Kennedy occurred at about 12:31 PM,
Dallas time, on November 22, 1963, while the Presidential motorcade
was passing Dealey Plaza as it headed generally westward on E lm Street.
Witnesses to the shooting gave to the poli ce varying accounts of where
they thought the shots had come from. Some believed they had come
from the Texas School Book Depository Building (TSBD), which was
behind and slightly to the right of the President when he was hit; others
thought the shots had come from other directions. Law enforcement
officials understandably conducted a widespread search for evidence
relating to the assassination.
Several hours after the shooting, officers of the Dallas Police
Departme nt checked a ll railroad freight cars situated on tracks any-
where in the vicinity of Dealey Plaza. About six or eight persons,
referred to as ''derelicts," were found in or near the freight
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cars . These p e r sons were taken either to the n earby Dallas County
Sheriff's office . or t o the Dallas Poli ce Department, for questioning.
All were r e l eased without any arres t reco rd b eing made, o r any
fingerprinting or photographing being d one by the authorities. (By
that time, Lee Harvey Oswald had already bee n taken into custody
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and ,.,as believed by the Dallas authorities to be r esponsible for the
assassi nation of the President and the murder of a Dallas police officer.)
Among the s ix or eight
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derclicts" found in the vicinity of the freight
cars 1vere three men who, according to the arresting officers, were found
in a boxca r about one-half mile south of the scene of the assassination.
TI1ey were taken to the sheriff's office by the Dallas police officers, who
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walked northward along the railroad tracks to a point 1vest of the Texas
Schoolbook Depository, then north to Houston Street and back south to the
sheriff's office. This somewhat circuitous route was actually the most
convenient one available according to the Dallas policemen, As the police
and the
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passed the TSBD Building and headed for the s he riff's
office, they were photographed by several press photographers on the scene.
Copies of five of the photographs showing the
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derelicts" were submi tted
to the Commission's staff as evidence.
A witness before this Commission testified from hearsay that
the three ''dereli cts
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in question were found in a boxcar situated to the
near north1vest ~   the assassination scene, 1vhi ch would have been to the
right front of the Presidential car at the time of the shooting. Between
the area in which that boxcar was claimed by this witness to be locate d
and that part of Elm St r eet ,,•here the assassL1ation occurred was a "grassy
knoll." It \vas al l eged by othe r witnesses (associated with the one just
referre d to) who volunteered tes timony to the Commission, that a bullet
fired from the area of that
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head.
It was also alleged by the same witnesses that one of the thrc'e
photographed "derelicts" bears a "striking" facial resemblance to
E. Hm<ard Hunt and that another of them bears a "striking" facial
resemblance to Frank Sturgis. Finally, it was alleged that if those
tHo "derelicts" were, in fact, Hunt and Sturgis, and if the President
Has in fact struck by a bullet fired from his right front, the CIA
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would be shown to be implicated in the killing of President Kennedy.
The photographs of the '"derelicts" in Dallas have been com-
pared with numerous kn01m photographs of Hunt and Sturgis taken both
before and after November 22, 1963. A comparison was first made by
members of the Commission's staff, none of whom are experts
identification.
Even as non-experts, hoHever, it appeared to the
members of the staff that there ,;as, at best, only a superficial re-
semhlancc between the Dallas "derelicts" and llunt and Sturgis. The
"derelict" allegedly resembling Hunt annear.ed to he sut-sta,-,ti<'-llY
and smaller than Hunt.
The "derelict" resembling
appeared to be thinner than Sturgis and to have facial features and
hair markedly different from those of Sturgis.
TI1e Hi tncsses \oJho tcs ti fied to the
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any qualifications in photo identification beyond that possessed by the
average layman. Their testimony appears to have been based on a
comparison of the 1963 photographs of the "derelicts" with a single
1972 photograph of Sturgis and two 1972 photographs of Hunt.
The Commission staff assembled over fifty photographs taken
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of Hunt and Sturgis both before and after November 22, 1963. These
photographs were submitted to the FBI photographic laboratory for a
comparison with all known photographs of the "derelicts". (The FBI
assembled a complete set of all photographs of the "derelicts" taken
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by the three photographers known to have photographed them.) S u e   ~
a comparison was made by FBI Agent Lynda! L. Shaneyfelt, a ·'
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The report of Agent Shaneyfelt, embodied in a Report of the
FBI Laboratory, dated April 21, 1975, and signed by Clarence M. Kelley,
Director of the FBI, conclttdcd that "neither E. Howard Hunt nor
Frank Sturgis appear as any of the three 'derelicts' arrested m
Dallas, Texas, as shown in the photographs submitted." With respec:t
to Hunt, it was found that he had a much younger appearance, a smooth
and tightly contoured chin, and a more angular or pointed chin, compared
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with the "derelict" in question, who was much older, had a chin with
protruding pouches, and a n10re bulbous nose. With respect to Sturgis,
even more distinguishing characteristics \vere observed. Compared
to the "derelict" in question, Sturgis had the very definite appearance
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Nordic; Sturgis had very black wavy hair and the Nordic had light or
blonde straighter hair; Sturgis had a rather round face with square
chin lines and the Nordic had an oval face with a more rounded chin;
Sturgis and the Nordic had markedly different ratios between the length
of their noses and the height of their foreheads; and they had different
ear and nose contours.
The Commission staff also ascertained that Hunt is approxi-
mately five feet nine inches tall, and that Sturgis is approximately
five feet eleven inches tall. They respectively so testified, and both
\verc observed in person in -the offices of the Commission. At the
request of the Commission staff, FBI Agent Shaneyfelt made an on-
site study in Dallas, Ltsing the very cameras with \Vhich the photographs
of the
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that the "derelict" allegedly resembling Hunt was about 5 feet, S inches
tall and that the "derelict" allegedly resembling Sturgis was about
6 teet tall.
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Copies of the FBI Laboratory reports referred to appear in Appendix
to this Report.
One or'more of the photographs of the ••derelicts•• in Dallas
have been displayed in various news papers in the United States, on
national television programs , and in the April 28, 1975, issue of
Newsweek magazine. No witnesses offered testimony to the Commission
or its staff to the effect that any of the
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known to be Hun t or Sturgis ; and no qualifi ed expert was offered to
make such an identification.
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(Alternate No. 2)
In view of the absence of any credible evidence tend-
ing to identify Hunt or Sturgis with the "derelicts" in
question, or otherwise to establish the presence of Hunt
or sturgis in Dallas on the day of the assassination of
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President Kennedy, the Commission· finds that it is unneces-
sary to consider the allegations that other persons parti-
cipated in the assassination. If there were other
participants in the assassination, no evidence was found
which would connect them in any way with the CIA. The
Commission was not charged with the duty, or given the
authority, to review the general question whether President
Kennedy's assassination involved a conspiracy. Accordingly,
it expresses no opinion on that subject.
The Commission is aware that its staff conducted an
investigation relating to allegations that President Kennedy
was struck by at least one bullet fired from the grassy
knoll to his right front, and that it also investigated
allegations that the Zapruder and Nix motion pictures
"reveal" the presence of riflemen in the area of the grassy
knoll. Those investigations included a review by a panel
of experts of all known motion pictures of the assassination,
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all photographs and x-rays taken at the autopsy of President
Kennedy, and other related items of evidence, and interviews
with three physicians who have previously been permitted to
review the same materials. These investigations were under-
taken with a view to providing the Commission with the
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broadest possible range of information on all aspects of
the allegation that the CIA participated in a conspiracy
to assassinate President Kennedy. Nonetheless, the Commis-
sion believes that it should not undertake to express views
on matters which lie beyond the range of CIA activities.
Accordingly, it has not analyzed or studied this material
in detail. Nevertheless, for the reasons expressed above,
the Commission concludes that it found no evidence of CIA
involvement in the assassination of President Kennedy.
The products of the Commission staff's investigations,
however, will remain with the official records of the
Commission.
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On the basis of the investigation conducted
by the Commission staff, it cannot be determined with cer-
tainty where Hunt and Sturgis were on the day of the
nation. However, no credible evidence was found which could
contradict their testimony that they were in Washington, D.C.
and Miami, respectively.
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3. The Alle ation That Hunt and Stur is Were Found
Near t e Scene o the Assass1nat1on and Taken
to the Dallas County Sheriff's Office
This allegation is based upon a purported re-
semblance between Hunt and Sturgis, on the one hand, and two
persons who were briefly taken into custody in Dallas follow-
ing the assassination.
The shooting of President Kennedy occurred at
about 12:30 p.m., Dallas time, on November 22, 1963, while
the Presidential motorcade was passing Dealey Plaza as it
headed westward on Elm Street. Witnesses to
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shooting gave'the police varying accounts of where they
thought the shots had come from. On the basis of the sound
of the shots, some believed that they had come from the Texas
School Book De pository Building (TSBD), which wa s b e hind and
slightly to the right of the Pr esident whe n he was hit, a nd
others thought the shots ha d come f rom othe r d i rections. La w
enforcement officials under s t a ndably conducted a wide spread
search for evi de nce relating to the a s s assination.
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Several hours after the shooting, officers
of the Dallas Police Department checked all railroad freight
cars situated on tracks anywhere in the vicinity of Dealey
Plaza. About six or eight persons, referred to as "derelicts,"
were found in or near the freight cars. These persons were
taken either to the nearby Dallas County Sheriff's office,
or to the Dallas Police Department, for questioning. All
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fingerprinting or photographing being done by the authorities,
Among the six or eight "derelicts" found in the vicinity of
the freight cars were three men who, according to the arrest-
ing officers, were found in a boxcar about one-half mile
south of the scene of the assassination. They were taken to
the sheriff's office by the Dallas police officers, who walked
northward along the railroad tracks to a point west of the
Texas School Book Depository, then north to Houston Street and
back south to the sheriff's office. This somewhat circuitous
route was the most convenient one available, accord-
ing to the Dallas policemen. As the police and the "derelicts"
passed the TSBD Building and headed for the sheriff's office,
they were photographed by several press photographers on the
scene. Copies of five of the photographs showing the "derelicts"
were submitted to the Commission's staff as evidence.
 
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A witness who volunteered his testimony to
the Commission's staff stated on the basis of hearsay that
the three "derelicts" in question were found in a boxcar
situated to the near northwest of the assassination scene,
which would have been to the right front of the Presidential
car at the time of the shooting. Between the area in which
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was a "grassy knoll." It was alleged by other witnesses
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(who were associated with the first witness and who also
volunteered testimony to the Commission's staff) that a
bullet fired from the area of that "grassy knoll" struck
President Kennedy in the head. It was also alleged by the
same witnesses that one of the three photographed "derelicts"
bears a "striking" facial resemblance to E. Howard Hunt and
that another of them bears a "striking" facial resemblance
to Frank Sturgis. Finally, it was alleged that if those two
"derelicts" were, in fact, Hunt and Sturgis, and if the
President was in fact struck by a bullet fired from his right
front, the CIA would be shown to be implicated in the killing
of President Kennedy.
The photographs of the "derelicts" in Dallas
have been compared with numerous known photographs of Hunt and
Sturgis taken both before and after November 22, 1963. A
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comparison was first made by members of the Commission's
staff, none of whom are experts in photo identification.
Even as non-experts, however, it appeared to the members
of the staff that there was, at best, only a superficial
resemblance between the Dallas "derelicts" and Hunt and
Sturgis. The "derelict" allegedly resembling Hunt appeared
to be substantially older and smaller than Hunt. The
"derelict" allegedly resembling Sturgis appeared to be
thinner than Sturgis and to have facial features and hair
markedly different from those of Sturgis.
The witnesses who testified to the "striking
resemblance" between the "derelicts" and Hunt and Sturgis
were not shown to have any qualifications in photo identi-
fication beyond that possessed by the average layman. Their
testimony appears to have been based on a comparison of the
1963 photographs of the "derelicts" with a single 1972 photo-
graph of Sturgis and two 1972 photographs of Hunt.
The Commission staff assembled over fifty
photographs taken of Hunt and Sturgis both before and after
November 22, 1963. These photographs were submitted to the
FBI photographic laboratory for a comparison with all known
photographs of the "derelicts." (The FBI assembled a complete
set of all photographs of the "derelicts" taken by the three
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comparison was made by FBI Agent Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, a
nationally recognized expert in photo identification and
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The report of Agent Shaneyfelt, embodied in

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signed by Clarence M. Kelley, Director of the FBI, concluded
that "neither E. Howard Hunt nor Frank Sturgis appear as
any of the three tderelicts' arrested in Dallas, Texas, as
shown in the photographs   With respect to Hunt,
it was found that he had a much younger appearance, a smooth
and tightly contoured chin, and a more angular or pointed
chin, compared withfue "derelict" in question, who was
much older, had a chin with protruding pouches, and a more
bulbous nose. With respect to Sturgis, even more distinguish-
ing characteristics were observed. Compared "to the "derelict"
in question, Sturgis had the very difinite appearance of a
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Latin, whereas the "derelict" had the general appearance of
a Nordic; Sturgis had very black wavy hair and the Nordic
had light or blonde straighter hair; Sturgis had a rather
round face with square chin lines and the Nordic had an oval
face with a more rounded chin; Sturgis and the Nordic had
markedly different ratios between the length of their noses
and the height of their foreheads; and they had different ear
and nose contours.
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The Commission staff also ascertained that
Hunt is approximately five feet nine inches tall, and that
Sturgis is approximately five feet eleven inches tall. They
respectively so testified, and both were observed in person
in the offices of the Commission. At the request of the
Commission staff, the FBI laboratory made an on-site study
in Dallas, using the very cameras with which the photographs
of the "derelicts" were originally . taken. It concluded from
the study that the "dereli=t" allegedly resembling Hunt was
about 5 feet, 7 inches tall, and that the "derelict" allegedly
resembling Sturgis was about 6 feet 2 inches tall, with a
one inch margin for error in each direction. The difference
between the height of the two "derelicts" was therefore
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height and that of Sturgis is only about two inches.
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The photographs of the "derelicts" in Dallas
have been displayed in various newspapers in the United States,

on national television programs, and in the April 28, 1975,
issue of Newsweek magazine. No witnesses offered testimony
to the Commission or its staff to the effect that either of
the "derelicts" was personally known to be Hunt or Sturgis;
and no qualified e xpe rt wa s offered to ma ke s uch an ide nti-
fication.
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CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM
  FOR TilE RECORD
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23 May 1975
Senate Select on
Operations
(E • . Hunt Photos)
1. 041 21 1975 Hr. Tor:t Brmm contac'ted the ty
Ar.alysis Group for copies of photographs of E. Hunt
for u3e in DDS4T responding to question flS of a memorandum
'!ly E. H. Knoche, dated Zl ?-1ay 19 7 5, captioned "Assassinations,
Pri:narily Castro" for the Senate Select Comrni ttee. . (A copy
of this nemorandum is in the Senate Select Committee on
Operations General File.)
2. On 27 Hay 1975 Nr. Jo}:n P. Dempsey gave the attacl19d
photographs to the writer, l'lhich Dei!Ipsey stated he had
from Director of Security. Some of the uhotos
are photos apparently recovered by Tom fro!D
the . Hunt Office of Sacurity file. Also
large glossy photos showing three individuals apparently undar
9olice It is unknown these photos
but they :ara believed to be tha coTtparison photos for use in
referenced question .a 15. It is further su.rrtised
·t..'l.at these glossy photog taken in Dallas, Te::c:as, on
22 November 1963, attendant to the arrest of "three bo.x car
buns., in connection with the in"!estigation of President
Kennedy's assassination. Recently, numerous persons
alleged that-E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis the
ubtllil3," thus nacessi tating t:te requested DDS&T comparison o·f
Mr. Hunt's pho'tograph. DDS&T's conclusions are
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Activity Branch/PsD/Os
DATE: 14 November 1962
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ClA REVIEW
PROM :( y"B .
. SUBJECT;
Everette Ho-:J (/t23500) - Wife's Possible fuployment
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REF:
Memorandum dated ll/7/62 from Subject.
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1. Subject, Chief, .R&P/TJJDS/DD/P, (
his v1.fe, Mrs . . IX>rothy L. Kunt (#3"7,6),

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hat, vith Agenc;y lcurrence, his v.f.fe bad worked for the
during 1955-56. Su)Ject requests Seed y appro
r his wife to ac pt employment lli th L There iG no
indication that the request has been coordinated vith the rom .
. 2. r Cover Group, advised that there vere no
cover to the proposed· action.
3. Memorandum dated 1/24/57 to Tr-/PSD from olie in 7
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le 1J:ntes that the employment Hrs. Runt by·
d been ·approved by the Security i jsubject • s-
le i cates that he has been a continuing seuurity problem because
a tendency to regulations and established procedures. OS File
#35576 on Subject's wife indicates that she
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4. The of Subject's by ther J
. ,_.,1 appears to be incompa.tr:hi. th SubJ.ec 's
In addition, although'. J-tr. Hunt has is
vith re&ultant embarrassmen to the Sub ,
the or the nation. Accordingly, it is recommended that Subject'G
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contacts. -.J
7. In November 1962 Subject's request for approval of his vife' s
proposed part-time employment by the w.s denied by OS
as incompatible vith Subject's Agency employment. A memorandum £or the
record, dated 19 November 1962, indicated possibility that Subject m!ght
appeal this decision; however, Subject's file reflects no appeal to date.
8. There would appear to be no significant security aspects vhich
would require further exploration. It is recommended, tbere:fore, that
Subject be a:f:forded a routine re-polygraph.
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JFK ASSASSINATION SYSTEM
IDENTIFICATION FORM
AGENCY INFORMATION
FBI
124-10238-10316
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 89-30-333, 334, 335, 1ST NR 335
ORIGINATOR
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SUBJECTS
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DOCUMENT INFORMATION
JFK, WALLACE, GEORGE C., SUSP, INTV, HUNT, E. HOWARD
DOCUMENT TYPE
CLASSIFICATION
RESTRICTIONS
CURRENT STATUS
DATE OF LAST REVIEW
OPENING CRITERIA
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AIRTEL
TO DIRECTOR , FBI
ATTN : FOIA - PRIVACY SECTION
FROM: SAC, BALTIMORE (62-0)
JACK \'illiTE;
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL
PROVIDENCE , RHODE ISLJ\ND
INFORMATION CONCERNING
ReBAtelcal 10/21/75 .
Enclosed for the Bureau is one copy of FD-302
dated 10/17/74 reporting interview of Mr . E . HOWARD HUNT
at Baltimore , Md . , DA file 09-30, Bufile 62-109060 captioned
"ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F'ITZGERJ\LD KENNEDY , Dl\LLl\S,
TEXl\S, NOVE1·1BER 22 , 19G3, MISCELLl\NEOUS - INFORJ1.1ATION CONCERNING",
and one copy of FD-302 reporting interview with t-1r . E . HO\<VARD
IIUNT on 9/9/74 at \vashington , D. c., Bl\ file 44-950, Bufile
44-52576 under caption "WJ\LSIIOT ."
This will confirm retelcal in which Inspector -
Deputy Assistant Director HOMER R. HAUER was advised of a
telephonic inquiry made of this office on 10/21/75 at 2:50 p.m.
by t-1r . JACK \viiiTE , "Providence Journal," Providence , Rhode
Island .
Mr. related that he and an associate had
interviewed HOWARD HUNT this past weekend and that HUNT
had advised that he was interviewed by the FBI in Baltimore
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on two separate occasions, possibly during the period
March, 1974. These interviews related to the investigation
being conducted by the FBI regarding the assassination of
President F. KE?JNEDY and the attempted assassination
of Governor GLORGE C.   and one of the interviews
allegedly took place at the residence of HUNT's attorney,
h' ILLIAM SNYDER.
HUNT, during the interview by WUITE, allegedly
told WHITE he desires the information furnished by him to
the FBI during the b1o interviews be made public, ancl IIUNT
allegedly authorized access to the information furnished
the FBI by IIUNT.
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rectea "t:.v .... - .., _ _ "'",...""'I':R to this in-
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in the avent any request is received from t-1r. WTIITE for access
to the information furnishou by f'1r. HUNT.
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Mr . E. IImvARD HUNT ,.,as i nterviewed at the residence
of his attorney, WILLIAM SNYDER, 5406 Springlake Way,
Baltimore , concerning hi s whereabouts on the day President
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY was assassinated at Dallas, Texas ,
NovP-mber 22, 1963.
Mr. HUNT recalls fi r s t hearing about the KENNEDY
assassination on his car radio fo l lowing his departure
from a Chinese grocery s t ore in the a=ea of 9th and H
Streets , N.W., Washington, D. C., with his DOROTHY
HUNT (Deceased). Hr. and Mrs . IIUNT frequently made trips
to Chinese grocery stores located in the 9th and H Streets
area as they both loved Chinese food. Mr . HUNT had spent
some! time in China during World \.Jar II a.nd his wife had
lived there for some period of time with her first husband .
Mrs. HUNT \'las an excellent Chinese cook and frequently
prepared Chiner-e meals.
Mr . HUNT is not sure but expressed belief
that he must have been on Annual Leave from his employment
at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on November 22 ,
1963 or else he would not bave been on this shopping trip
,.,i th · his wife .
He recalls hearing about the KENNEDY assassination
in the eo.rly or mid-afternoon and believes he had lunch
at home earlier that day with his wife . He can recall no
other events of November 22, 1963 except this trip and
the fact that he pickf!d up his daughter , KEVAN, at Sid'ivel.l
Friends School, \.J:i.sconsin Avenue, N .W., on his \vay home
from the 9th and H Streets area.
Mr. and Mrs . HUNT resided at 5125 Baltan Road,
Sumner, Haryland, at that time. This address is just
·across the District of Co l umbia line ncar Nassachusetts
Avenue, N.H.
Any and all records of Hr. HUNT's rel attng to
November, 1963 were de:stroyed several years ago . Mr . HUNT
believes CIA records will reflect whether or not he was on
Interviewed on __ ar _ Baltimore. Marylnnd
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Annual Leave on November 22, 1963 and \-lhether or not he was
at work November 21, 1963 and the next working day following
November 22, 1963.
Mr. HUNT believes he remained home following
his arrival there from the grocery trip until the time of
the KENNEDY funeral \vatching television \vith his family.
He can recall no conversation with fellow employees, friends
or   during this period of time with the possible
exception of one neighbor, RAYMOND S. THOMAS. Nr. THOMAS
now resides at 1281 Northeast 8th Street, Pompano, Florida.
Mr. HUNT said he was not involved in any way,
shape or form \-lith the KENNEDY assassination. In this regard,
he recently filed a libel suit agains t the publishers of
"The National Tattler," Promotion A8ency, Inc., Chicago,
Illinois , claiming he \-las libeJD:lby an article in this paper ,
on March 31, 1974 stating HUNT was at Dallas, Texas , on
November 22, 1963. /
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P/,J,L, l'.t hor"c, r1n lonrcr
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no otr·cr l!ith t:r. • rc-!: :trdinr:

  ncirh:·c-:;s t<' ;tS nr:ycr r:C; nt :i.on<·cl
t.hc c0nve rsntjon s tdtl1   · :r .   t),c
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BA 44- 950
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REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
It W<tS to l!"r.   that it nppe:1rcd
fro'm ":hot he s:1id that COJ.Sn:: r.cant. fo r hio
to ?0 to ' til\:mll .cc :ir.:-icdiatcly tl'e !iccond con-
VC'rsntion <md ti1c J'-.nd not been
m;nT rcpU<'.:l this \ ' ;"IS the best of h1s rccollccticm and
it H;lS · unth:\ni\oh J e t lin ;·:oulc have left ;·:;;shinr.ton
1-!r . s ;'ludrcss.
J

AR7I!UR ?.n;:::rER !1ns never been a!;sociatccl \·:j th r:.
HQilAP.D !!U:-:T )n :my J'.annc r   tlocs not
l:noh' ):r. 2nd not believe or :t.nyonc
c]sc he i:or1:C'd with jn t!1c

l!Clt.Se !.nett !lU:·.rT
h:1s no recollecti on of c. r:c·;·o'r.;I LT;J;)Y ' !:> on
the day r,0\'C'rnor s
1
,ot ;-1nd l:;•d no d i scussions
\·!i th L1n!)Y       ' 'r. !:lJ:;T l .':J. S act
invc-,lvc-·d i1: :-:.ny \·:hntsocver hit.h the
tion of 1'.!\LLJ\CE.     r,ot believe t lt<:.t c: . c;c:)Dt;?!
LI L' DY involvorl ia <1r.y l:i th the
of Governor C:l:fJP.Gl: \'L'\ ) .. J./\.C.r..
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r-t:utRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATI ON
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This docvmcnf'co.,!oooH n".ilhcr t Pcoonmendnlions no t conclusion< c l FBI.
il ond liS t.;)nlcnls oro nol 10 bo dislrlbut c J .;)UhidC y?ut os cncy,
II I• lh•• of lhc Fill ond I• loonod lo your OiJ c ncy,


o 'a" 1" "G1 "' 'f"'\ "''Ti' 0 '0 T
REPROOUCED "J_T THE NATIONAL
... done to r.:nl c! sare tJwt   h:tprencJ
to     <md tha t aJ 1 f: \ri<lcncc \ •lf!S r:r.
bcli (>vcs l.n<' \f iden tity of
"·l:cn fiT!>t net v it'h t lte t!ic O\i rly cvcninr
of 1:., 1072. Tl:f• cver.t!'; 0f
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ny 1 $ , 1972 , rc5c:trcjtc<l
by .Jun e, 1 973. nntl hH:l\·.r:lf"d on .intc 1·vieH \:ith
forr:cr f<pr_;(' r :l l or • ( ffi ci;:. l •
Ff.LT • . '1. u :- : ·o r:Ptdm.t (>y ·:r. U)t::r,?; :1t ti·.:c
r c:flects he Orst th;.1t :1 ;;>n n   cust0(! y
ap.l:-ro,:il:atcly 4:3:. rJ . !! .,. ''nV 15 , n.nd Y.' C'Cet\'Cd fl
dcscriptjc-n incl:..!din:· the L !cr:t ity <'r t:,c d:;s:1Unr.-c "t
llpj'>TOXil?:l t c }v 5 : 00 p . ;· . !lds ,;os f r o· · .':.C'r \' i <.:e TCjJ O!'tS.
r-:r. t?.D:ed to     r. rtr by on
at lcnst: u i ffC' 1·cnt the Of
;-i ay 15, 1S72, and ht-l icv<'s t h(> l 1· Psh!c1it to lir.
ft:I.T nn t'·:n !' e   f1H• firs t C(lr:vc- rs:-t ietl
\l ith }'r. Ff LT tuol.: l' lucr: !H"t',·:f'r' ! l i. :on ;: ,. ! . 7; !; 0 y . ;•: .
!,.<.> \.JDS i w:"o r •". cd of tlie   oF t h e cl1.1r.inr
the fir5t   ;:iti: ' 'r .   sc , it is
• he     of  
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::r . n';l:-;  

    f:1ct had b"•e;l :1n· c:;tr>d l'Y :n;tl · or i ties
n;Ht \o':1S in of .. : ·.:-
:>L':::.c   l.'j '-' r .. LT t:·,at .toc:J.l r ros rn:tor in
  • in t!ds
n!>t r r: lhH' •lish j lJri sJ jct)O!i to   :1utl1n1· i t i c ;; 0r !;C::-c
l ar rr.· r 0r;, . Pre s i dent ,: r-·; wa s " f1·fl11t) c: ", co:-; r:-?u tin·;
t hat: it npj•c.1.rcd to   TlO onC' jT, tl1e
to he t;1l: i:1r< • of thi ;.  
OJ   :11: d J_nJ. i!l'' Dll   • '1\':lS
  r c-c:tlJs t hnt 3Ctir. :' 'i't ! ;'· ircctor ! . .   •
G?.,\Y H;'l s t h;rt   ),c•
.to l; n!; !1 i Jlft.on f r on his Ccnnccbcut ho; c .
furiou!; l: cc:JUSC of llU:.!Y<lllab5lity.
,\ t t he • Hr . inf01'7' t." J
t!r. Ffl:f t :, 3t the !' r es i dent   ttJ
c: o·-.· p lctc <Jf   ir,c t l:c
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o f     ;: .   l' e l ic• v<" . .-: the   SC'
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t hese· j;!;.trttct5t•ns to :· r. :TLT·. ! ic • c oncc:·r; to
r·:r.T t!l<tt t :H:- F•n \{;IS r: ot ··:ov l nu Sldftlv CJ\Cl ll :' il in
th(•

of. !'i' i ' ' ·.:.t <.llit.! •:on:ri:l" · Tr: • s · <' '1=tTt.:.·c n'.: .
In t!:js • ··r . n·;· .. ,... <, n:calls 1:i:c•
  'i.' t':)ort(·r:; h.rl • ::r:"tr t !'' C'r ·t . 'i.' J,e

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REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAl ARCHIVES
RA 114- 9540
'
with DREmR nrounJ the clock.
l'lhi tc House lOJ!S r c fleet th:1 t !·!r.
  ho:-:c hy a \;bite I:ou::;c car the
cve11in:: of 15, 197:!, dc-pnr tir.<: the at
9:01 p . ;- . belief the
of the l;hitc:.: ::: ctor pcol ,;ere !::ore nccunl.tc
rc!"lcctinr- V"i::dtors to the lrc!: ) r1cnt, :tnc! it is his
l 'C"co llcctinr! thnt !1c lGft at    
Ho J hclic\·cs l1c- l:.ns President 1.111til· the of
his cicpar turC' .
tfr .. · arri nt his I.cr:n, Virri nin
ho1: e p1·ior to 10:011 P. ' '., :-: ny J!i, 1072,   recalls  
a tk:ll t1tC of   ln s!lootinu
CO\'<.'r;t0T • 'Pds !.ccn <'.t sor.c
with   f·:!1'1il•r t hn. t c'.:cninl' ,
I'rcsi?.{'nt \:r:.; 1 i h:t:ise CC' 7:cn: nf'r.l ., It r.i'd h('Cl1 :>cus5cHl
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?ir. t';O:P!'L'Sr-ed
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b.!Oli:'l hy ni!.yf'r!<' i n thC'   :l!ltl no onf..' ut the l'"hitc
House \·:as :h'!.V\>lYcd jn the nttGi ...       of
Govc·rnor \O.LL/\Cr in   or :-o·;n.
:·rr . w<ts • that TI . !Jt;liT's
h1cl uded p!!)rcholo? ic:Jl   in so:1c r.t unner.
of this thou:•ht of   to ' lr .     to r,nin
an c' f /•!:·pn;:z t:c rc-c31ls l1nv:i.nr trouble
ru;:T? t\S he to r}o sc
t1io W)dt o J:on!>c ar:c! hi!> rcco1Jcction
is tJ:e pr(Jblc-:: :tros(' fro!i the fact
1
:0\,'.t-.F.D u ses the ini
I! in place of first L'J1<t t!; j:; not to
the   the Has unJ.:ncHn bv the lio
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slt}wurh son .' of it .- i ... ' \:tyc bc(-:-n d j::covf-r<·<l t
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were DJ:td. • • fou:Hl in


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tl1 ' C to r.jn1! out if -.. .. :Is as:Jociat.c:..! tl,c
"Jof t: • i :t., H.1'!:.tcd fir .... i r.ut t:tr: of
politicn.l ?ictu-rc c:!:· •t• frou .
  unahlc tv recall }!ll!:T' s specific
7
• • •
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REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
BA 44 - 950
;cpl y to his in(m i r)' the ov<'n in{' )ffly 1 S, 1972. He
S:l id he has !>inct' t.c!>ti !:' Or"l )'" by   th::.t
IJllJ-;T \i:l.S told l,y hi n. ( COLSr·71 ) to r; o to   in
:m effort to vet bac}. •: rounLt r c•:nrdir.r. ARTHUR
B'hF!!En. . ,-ntsr·:= said this sirplr ncn'! r bnpncr.ed, Dnd
he •
1
;r . PUYf to vjsit "
1
ilKau:-- cc jn rcrard
to ATtTllUl: !!c believes it is th::tt ';r .
!fU?:T r.d r ht J.1C'ntio::c(t, :t f tcr the inquiry by hir. · the aven in>:
of :•' oy J 5
0
1977. • thc-1t he ( ::l'CH) to ?'lJ·t.tnukce
find out i:r. rorr:8tion TC;' <lniing un:; TP. . This is the
only •rr. cm .. ;.:r:·i cnu conce ive of a trip to t-!il,it.tUkca
covinr up.
This H:1 s the only conv<:.'-rsn tiC'n be t\:·ccn   COLSON
nnd HU!;T re r n-rtlin7    

1:r. 1:1cntioncJ
sor::ct t h:t t h ;rnp(•ned tiH· :: o J l<n·Ti , .. in tt :i It :m
effort to solid :I f)· i o:1 !"·{' . o ther
ton1: !:e rcc:1lls nrdv jn;r .:!t ·.-: or1 late the
nornint nnr! in i·n·i t o.b l o r..o od, ns a
result o f hnvi n(l F\, rl.cd tl; .:: p 1·cvim.!!; n .i,"!1t. Upon :1.rrivinr
thn of fice in fon :0c.\. by !ds th3t
HI PIT r.n.lli"d Y"TH1t' TC'd hl-! 11nti :n0t hcnrd
fror. !:r. ';'id.s \·i;!5 totnJly pu-;:z.l:inr: to ·
as. h e h:1(t ::.o intcnticm oi further contactin?.
IIUHT ancl did not further c <n: tn.ct hh".
in h:t$ nt the
of this in tcrvi. c,1., :.t Ncf"'or::Jn dw:-c dated .rune 20, 1972 ..
l!e <;Xplainad ti,is 'i:lS clic:t a t ctJ by hi;:! thot ti r e to
T<-call any sm-:1 nll Hj th Jll)ll'Y. !W l!UJ!T thlTin r:
the ycnr p·doi· ·t hereto, This done
a·s n rc:;nJ.t o f 'OOS!;il,lc i llYc,lvc- r·cn t in the
o:n June 17, pnrtirm of tl1o  
tn ti'-t' :·< :1}" 15,     on with  
1!W:'f c:x!tihitcd to t he :\ '•cmts to illn5tr:l.ti.!  
C()U: O?i ; s :1t tlwt til"O, \;hic:h is the sa:."lo as
reported in t his interview.
1Sr . l.O!.SOil reco i Ycct Cl tc l<' pl1onc call :1 t his hone
nfter 10: ClO p . :-:: .,. ?·:tty 15, fror a ctinr: f-1\ I !:irt'ctor
L. GP..AY jnfoi.!"l inr cr..t:i1·c situation
  ll.?!:•:rr.. "'><IS control by the ?
1
r. . GRAY
' ·Hl3 infor.:cd to call the Pn : si£1cnt and so
advise l dn. ! fr. G-;';.1\Y T l'' j\ 1 th) !i l·Tould he dO!te .
Hr. ....   not invol·\icd i n :1ny
'!·Jhatsoovcr \';ith t h is atte;-.:ptcd   o f Ccn:c· rnor
Gf0HGE a :td lltc ccrt<tinty no N.o cl s t•
:J.t the l!on!'ic '.;as l•wol vcd.
f
BA

AGENCY
RECORD NUMBER
RECORDS SERIES
RELEABED PI!:..R. 1' .1. . .1.U:c! -o .... o J.\..   J
NARA fjll) DATE j {j -J 9
REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
JFK ASSASSINATION SYSTEM
IDENTIFICATION FORM
AGENCY INFORMATION
FBI
124-10238-10320
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 89-30-327
ORIGINATOR
FROM
TO
TITLE
DATE
PAGES
SUBJECTS
DOCUMENT INFORMATION
FBI
SAC, BA
DIRECTOR, FBI
01/31/75
4
JFK, SUSP, HUNT, E. HOWARD, CIA
DOCUMENT TYPE
CLASSIFICATION
RESTRICTIONS
CURRENT STATUS
DATE OF LAST REVIEW
OPENING CRITERIA
COMMENTS
PAPER, TEXTUAL DOCUMENT
u
OPEN IN FULL
0
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[R) - ITEM IS RESTRICTED
Date:06/03/94.
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FBI
Date: 1/31/75
CODE Cit\ Hli:: ,!(! C HULC 11
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.ns mit the following in ., " 't l ' · • · •• -
(Type in pl w ntext or code! Uu J._, ; o •: o I ' i],l
P,; .•. ::.k : ' f.\ I ;  
Via TELETYPE URGENT (Priori t y) tt:i:u· : • 1
- - --------- - ---------- ----- - --- -------- - -------- L--- - --- -
TOt BRE U, ATTN: ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR J. B. ADAMS
FROM LTIMORE (62-N W)
COMMISSION ON CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY ACTIVI TIES
---------- . -
WITHIN THE UNITED STATES.
RE BALTIMORE CALLS THIS DATE.
MR. ROBERT STAFF MEMBER, COMMISSION ON CIA
,. -- ·_.,..__.
ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE UNITED STATES, TELEPHONICALLY CONTACTED
SAC, BALTIMORE, ON AFTERNOON OF JANUARY 31 INSTANT REQUESTING
INFORMATION CONCERNING ALLEGED INVOLVEMENT OF E. HOWARD HUNT
AND CIA IN THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F . KENNEDY ON
NOVEMBER 22, 1963. OLSEN STATED HE HAD INFORMATION INDICATI NG
FBI HAD INTERVIEWED HUNT IN CONNECTION WITH AN ARTICLE WHICH
HAD APPEARED IN THE
11
NATIONAL TATTLER
11
IMPLICATING HUNT IN
ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY.
OLSEN WAS ADVISED AFTER REFERENCED TELEPHONE CALLS TO
HEADQUARTERS TO CONTACT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. RAYMOND WANNALL
CONCERNING THIS MATTER.
FOR INFORMATION OF
BY BALTIMORE CONCERNING
.J3A •
cc: 99-J
Special Age nt in Charge
Sent
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Per _ l.....;f_ ... ....:,. l_ ) --- ,
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FBI
Dale:
.. nsmit the fa ll owi ng in ----------:::::-----:----::-:-----;-;---------J
( Type in pl aintext or code)
V1a ----------
(Pri ority) 1
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BA 62-NEW
FURNISHED TO BUREAU BY BALTIMORE TELETYPE DATED 10/17/ 74,
BAFILE 89-30, BUFILE 62-109060, CAPTIONED,
11
ASSASSINATION OF
PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, DALLAS, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22 ,
1963; MISCELLANEOUS - INFORMATION CONCERNING," WHICH REPORTED
DENIAL BY HUNT.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUREAU ESTABLISH LIAISON WITH
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FROM: SAC , BALTIMORE ( $9- 30)
ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT J OHN F
TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22 , 1963
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION CONCERNING
DALLAS ,
RE BURE U TELCALL TO BALTIMORE INSTANT DATE INSTRUCTING
THAT E. HOWARD UNT BE INTERVIEWED REGARDING HIS WHEREABOUTS AT THE
OF THE A SASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY.
HUNT HAS BEEN INTERVIEWED. HE RECALLS HEARING ABOUT THE.
KENNEDY ASSASSINATION ON JIIS CAR RADIO IMJ1!EDIATELY FOLLOWING
LEAVING A CHINESE GROCERY STORE IN THE AREA OF 9TH AND H STREETS,
NW , WDC , WITH HIS WIFE DOROTHY (DECEASED). HUNT HAfJ SPENT TIME IN
CHINA DURING WW II AND HIS WIFE HAD LIVED THERE FOR SOME PERIOD OF
TIME WITH HER FIRST HUSBAND. WITH THIS BACKGROUND, BOTH LOVED
CHINESE FOOD AND MRS . HUNT WAS AN EXCELLANT COOK OF CHINESE
MEALS.
HUNT RESIDED AT THAT TIME AT 5125 BALTAN RD. ,
MARYLAND AND FREQUENTLY DROVE WITH HIS WIFE TO Til . CHINESE GROCERY
STORES IN THE 9th AND H STREET AREA FOR GROCERIE' • IIUNT EXPRESSED
BELIEF HE MUST HAVE BEEN ON ANNUAL LEAVE FROM W RK AT CIA NOVErviBER
22 , 1963 OR ELSE
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TRIP WI TH HI S WIFE. HE RECALLS HEARING THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION
NEWS I N THE EARLY Bli MID AFTERNOON AND BELIEVES HE HAD LmNCH AT
HOME WITH HIS WIFE. HUNT CAN RECALL NO OTHER EVENTS OF NOVEMBER
22 , 1963 EXCEPT THIS TRIP, AND THE FACT THAT HE PICKED UP HI S
DAUmHTER KEVAN AT SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOuL , WISCONSIN AVE. , NW, WDC
ON THE WAY HOME FROM WDC.
HUNT BELIEVES HE REMAINED HOHE FOLLOWING ARRIVAL FilOM THE
GROCERY TRI P UNTIL TIME OF THE KENNEDY FUNERAL WATCHING TELEVISION
WITH HIS FM-1ILY. HE CAN RECALL NO CONVC:RSATION WITH FELLOW EMPLOYEE ,
FRIENDS OR NEIGHBORS EXCEPT POSSIBLY ONE NEIGHBOR, RAYMOND S.
THOMAS . THOMAS NOW LIVES AT 1281 NE 8th ST., POMPANO BEACH , FLORIDA
ANY RECORBS OF HUNT ' S RELATING TO NOVEMBER, 1963 , WERE
DESTROYED SEVERAL YEARS AGO. HUNT BELIEVES CIA RECORDS WILL REFLECT
WHETHER OR NOT HE WAS ON ANNUAL LEAVE NOVEMBER 22 , 1963 AND WHETHER
OR NOT HE WAS AT WORK NOVEMBER 21 AND THE NEXT WORK DAY FOLLOWING
NOVEMBER 22.
HUNT STATES HE WAS NOT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR
FORM WITH THE KENNEDY ASSI SSINATION AND IN THIS REGARD HAS FILED
A LIBEL SUTT AGAINST "THE NATIONAL 'I'ATTLER
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CLAIMING HE vJ AS LIBELED
BY AN ARTI CLE IN THI S PAPER f\1ARCH 31 , 1974 STATING HUNT WAS AT
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INFORMATION CONCERNING ALLEGED INVOLVEMENT OF E. HOWARD HUNT
AND CIA IN THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY ON
NOVEMBER 22, 1963. OLSEN STATED HE HAD INFORMATION INDICATING
FBI HAD INTERVIEWED HUNT IN CONNECTION WITH AN ARTICLE WHICH
HAD APPEARED IN THE "NATIONAL TATTLER" IMPLICATING HUNT IN Th£.
ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY.
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BAFILE 89-30, BUFILE 62-109060, CAPTIONED, "ASSASSINATION OF
PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, DALLAS, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22,
1963; MISCELLANEOUS -INFORMATION CONCERNING," WHICH REPORTED
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Maryland , in part of the solicitation of
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anu derives substantial revenue fro1:1 manufactured
products in nrnncly , the aold to
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FROM SA HUGH M. BARNHARDT
SUBJECT:
ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT
JOHN FRITZGERALD KENNEDY
DALLAS, TEXAS
11/22/63
MISCELLANEOUS-INFORMATION
CONCERNING
A telephone call was received by the reporting
agent 2/4/75 from an individual identifying himself as
TOM COONS, (Baltimore telephone number 685-1120),
representing E. HOWARD HUNT. Mr. COONS mentioned that
he had been present a long with Attorney WILLIAM SNYDER
during an interview of Mr. HUNT by the reporting agent
in Washington, D.C. concerning ARTHUR BREMER during
the late summer of 1974. He said he was also aware
Mr. HUNT had been interviewed by me at Mr.
SNYDER's home during the fall , 1974 regarding an
allegation that had appeared in the "National Tattler"
reporting that HUNT had been at Dallas , Texas on the
day President KENNEDY was shot .
Mr. COONS mentioned that his law office had
received a phone call l/31/75 from a representative of
the Rockefeller CIA Commission inquiring about the
"Nationa l Tattler" story. Mr. COONS said it was
his understanding that Rockefeller Commission had
discovered this story through comedian DICK GREGORY.
Mr. COONS is continuing to represent E. HOWARD
HUNT and a civil suit is currently pending tor
damages from the "National Tattler" for falsely
accusing Mr. HUNT. Mr. COONS asked if the FBI
investigation had been further pursued following
the interview of HUNT and whether or not any
conclusions had been reached. Mr. COONS was informed
he should direct a 'vritten inquiry to the Director, FBI,
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to UDt.il r:_t l<'n;;t 9:80 p.r.· .• thD.t  
lllJ\T believes he 1-:as at l;o'l'C' durir.;o: th:tt
cvcninr;- Hhen he rcc0 i ;;econd te cnll frou
nr. !:!}>iT (1()cs Jiot rr;cr.Jl   n.i rljno
toy· t!:c tJ.7•.e of this SC'C<.H'd an<!
bellt-:VC' nir1:ine

by hli'-' n.t \lny
;:c dces ·tc-c(:'.ll CC!LSC·;; inforrinr· durinr:
call that it tcrri:)J.y l;Tortant t}·t,"t he PO
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1·:·J.o w::ts present nt tLc ·tine he received the second cphone
call fror-.1 Htr-:rr to    
t.o cxplnir1in.(' that this H:'s another of s
-"stor:icsH or /> .. brie-f! tit'Ct later i:L:;·;T
rc·ccivcd a call )·.'-r.   scc·rotnry,
:1;\J..L, i".t his hox .. ·c,. aGv·_i!linr

:--lr" r:nLsrr; r:o lonrcr
de-sired.   ,no to :\11v::t;i":ce. r;r. 1!(.:?-;T TGC3]ls
no other Hith COJ.}:;t'7.:   • ,:\nJ'iHJI:
 
    nc•ycr durin:=:
t_hc convc:r!';n.tjons \·dtl1 7-!r.       ::.SS'-<LC'-S the
    \;;:s t;-;o\..;·n hy he  
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r:ot belie-·;!: i:r. a!.:},c.:l hi:-1 r:ti to
}!i1Htad.nc;   th("  
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BA 44-950
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It >·1entioncd to that it nppearcd
fro:'!l he s:1id thnt hnd Jccant for hiL1
to .r:o to • t1'e :;econd con-
VC'TS-ation t\c J1.Jlir0SS ·not 'been nr.
lilJ7'IT rcplic-·.:l this ;.;ns the. best: of his rccollcctictn
th::1t it \1:15' UJ<th:\nb:rLle t-L:!t he hO\Jl,) h<lYC left
wi.thont    

AR:'EUR hns \·::i th F.
1!01-lAPJ) )·n :nlY Hh:-•.tsocver. :-!r. HP\T •lacs not:
1
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r Vlq:•!r:TJ not hc•l1' C"t' OT '""
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e] sc he ._-:ortcd th iH the

tc },nc\1 • !llE·:T
hn.s no reco11cctio;l of c. LJ;JJY'::   on
t.hc day Covcrnor :;:1ot • 11n:.   110
..dth :;1::!· .. !:!J:;r , . .:as not
:in··.:·oJ.vt•d i1: .'l.ny r:ar:"! .. ,CT \·iitL tl1c
t:i.on of Covcrno'!· rAot L(:lievc:. th;:-_t C. .. DO?!
tit:nY ,.._.as invo1vc!'1 ·n:ny· \:i th tiH-: atte:·-:ptcd •
of Governor CL'On.ca: c. hALLACr:.
FEDERAL oun ..........
9/1.2/74
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REPRODUCED AT THE ARCHIVES
;n1ntc•l cvcrythil:.;• cone to r•n1 e sare t:hnt  
to .. ;::.nd all scc-:..:rc. t.:r.
be) :1.0'/C$ tnc\( the identity of  

r·!:cn }· .. c ,,rit'h t1te ....hn·5nr: t•,c cvcninr.
o( .• 0f· "r!y 1::, ]972, researched
by- .Jtn-:c, 1973, tt::i.s on   ;:i th
forr.cr o-!':

ITLT. • P1'c;,;:y,•d i•y :1t th'lt tL:c

• )•(• rl·r··t • " .. ,.,1\ , .. ''"<'·"<'V
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• 4 :3S p.n., :-'ay lS, 1972, ond Y.C'C0i\'c):.! ft
desc.ripti(--n tho c-f t:1c "-t
nppTOXil?Htcly 5:;)0 1;.;-·:. lt3S .'-;.(•rvice rea::o-:rts.
tnll:ed to ··;_.\rL< FttT by on
at: J.cnst dj the of
15., an,:\ l"'J"Psi•3cnt tnlkc(: to
nn occc.sicns. i't).   first •
vith }f! •• FFLT tvo\ pluc:c: (:.:O(l :'\Yld 7:'.)0

vns of tLe QY thr.  
the first co:1VCT'S:1ti0n i::ith '\r. it)!:..
reccllc<:tit\1"\ he hcilrd or
crn-:-licr fr-0-.:: h'ire ... vi.ce F?
7
L'f
},:r. COLSf\:;   t{ns sor:c   ix:cl\odin;:
ft:ict t!:0t had 1'Y
in of t5.cs.. Fe
  l!i tL rt l.T that lcc:::J in
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not rc11YH;l11S;} to   or .so;..c
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that. tt nppc:1.l"t:d to 110 one- jn t1ie-    
,.;n.ntcd to of thi:;  
cu;;to11y oi.·  

:n:d   .n1.1  
thnt 'f'1:I • ! .•
;.!<15 r:ot DV("lilahlc ti":.rrt CV;.;:-1!:in.::,   v·r:_s
.to rton hi5 Ccnncct <:. Th.:."!
,.;as l:ec:1usc of unaY<!l1nhility.
,,.,t   • ilr.
  FrLT t}J:Jt   i'rf."si•.:cnt     r::··r to
t:hrl".C'!._'C ()f tf:i.s 1nv('stlr;!_ticn, "ir1Cl1:t
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  r'l:"LT t!·tttt FT)l \{:ts nnt S'l:iftlv cr•.0\l',"i' i.n
of ;Jnd
In :·-r. rc.•ca.11s ...
    J.iJC

!:r-. F!:LT t!:.:!.t. be   • cnstL·.>r
of   to to Le- ::·hrsicul.Jy ..
• •
44-9540
'
l'li th around the clock.
The White House Iiotor ]OJ!S reflect tht!.t :-!r.
driven by r1 \; hite I!ousc car the
of 15, 197:!, d<'rnrtir.. r, the at
9:01     cxnre5!;C·tl belief the
of the !::ore nccurate tbm
those! rcflcctinf" vi::dt.crs to the =tnc! it is his
thnt at   9: :H/
Eo J hclicYc s h<." WlS th Pres it! en t llJl t i.l• the of
his cicpurturC'.
''fr .. arrivc(l nt his Virr.inin
b01:c p1·ior to 10: 0()   !<ay JS, 1072, rcc:tlls  
a dcnl about t1le of ,"..
1
:Tnun   )n.
CovC'Tit0T .. ACr .. This   sor. c
'ltiith • th:r.t cvc-niltP , :m<!
l'rcsidcnt   lii·c \:ise CCT!CC'l' n C' t.l., It hr' LI uiscu5sod
th:J t po:.!' :i b 1 y VT' CC)Ulr.l be \ !X:"!]! Lrl"n t i.e, sc·:=; e
HcHJ.d say th:.:t l'.c :invoJYc,: Hith
?:r.   t' . .r.pre .s!\ed r,ositive 1·>? 1) !;!:l::·rn -:.-.'«5 ·not
1
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' & l '· I -. l J ) &.L j .o. ( \. ,· • . ; t .. l I '-. .., .. ,. • f l • ..J .,.. .._, • t • l • (..1. • - \,.:t t ..
house h'as jn the nttc; l'!>tr-(: ·ass::1:; !iinn tion of
Goyc·rnor in sh::.!le or f0·n1.
:·fr. 0'11/'llro th<lt E. llUtlT's
il1cluded phrchologic:Jl ev.:1luntio!1 in so!.1c r:\ anner.
ncc.:lttsc of this 1-tc of to   to gnin
nn cvalu:ltion of /
1
!'.'Prt:::.. l'c llnvinr trouble
rcachinrr Jit..;::·r? ns he   to rJo sc
the '\ldtc l'mt!>C his rcco1J cct ion
is :tr0sc f roti the f:lct •;0!·:A!\D IH.H;-'1' uses the initi:tl
I! :irt place o{ hi!l first ,.,ns not g iven to
the tor,. t he fact Has unJ..:noHn by "thC' opcrn tor. I ie
TOt!Ched nftCl' 10:00 p.:-,. At tJ1c r'QLSON
to r'1' .. !'U':T he b1cl in b:lcl:pro11nu in forr.n tion
1' \"''f ..... , r."'l' ' U'f' • } I. +] r t t' t • ,
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9
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r:mr•c of i tc" IS h.:i d hcr-n r.t1nrt r• cnt. ::r.
C()L[;r. :\ bcl:it,;vcs this :·· .. 1tc:j:1l ! •C1stJ.y ca• ,c frcr: :·r. fi:LT ,.
althonr:-h son :• of it n ir:-!tt ; \ ;JYO hecn ti j .:;l.·ovc::: re<l

revi ew· of !.'ire: rc:>p n1·ts .. !:c rccalJs littl e ...
spcci:ics t::1c he hcl'loves there
were DJitd:   in

c\";):n't•·:cnt. ':T. :nJ,?i)'! r c· c ;•.1}S V(!ry r'\tCh ;:lt
tl1 ·c to rjn•! out if n:·;··T'' '.1-i:! s ·lith the
"J oft ' ·: in!' '
1
•   to fir ... i t!!P. spcctruP of thc-
po1itic:ll . ?iCturc c::-:: 0 fTNi.
lfr.   \tnnf:.le to recall t!\11-!T's spcclfic
7
.. '
  . ..,.,_ ... , .... .. -.......... _
REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
BA 44 · 950
';cpl y to his i.ncmir)' the evC'nin? of 15, 1972 . Fe
s:Jid he ha$ rr.nd tcsti J·•o;p,.- i!UJ1T that
IJllNT ,,.:1s told l,y hi;:;. (C()LSr·:l) to r: o to l-!ihmu1, cc in
nn effort to t! et ARTI!UR
BRE!·!ER. said this sir· r>l)' hapner.cd, Dnd
he i1; for''' E-d ;.; r. 1 't);tr to vj 5 it '
1
i j n rc r :1 rd
to AJlTI!Ul: !lc believes it is that ';r .
HU?:T -Ln.vc ;.1Pntio::c11. , the inquiry by hir: · t!tc
of J 5 p • tlHlt he (:' T' ciT) HCIIl <l _r-n to ?'j h:sukce
find 0ut iHror;. .;1tion / d'!.THi l f{ This is the
only 'fr . cou:r;i can concci \ ' C o£ a trip to l'·!ibt·aukcc
c or.lin r up •
This ·Hns the only convc.:'TS:ttic.·n hot\:c<.-n COLSON
nnd ':"r . i-!U!iT l."{'f'n'ltlinr         l ir. COLSON
• thn.t the   • r:or ninrr in tm
effort to f )·   i o;1 :-0· nt hcr coJn-c: rsation
to01: pl:Jcc .. r c r c: c:1 l ls :lt late the
follo1·:in)• nornin; ::mn in ['. • in·i r.oot!, ns a
result of h<:v)n" , .. f,rJ. cd tb: p rcviou!; nl?!1t. Upon
at thn o f fice C: 0L<;C•?i v:ns by !-ds
nwrr Lad r.n.lll"d ' ·'tl)" ho 1tncl l1C't hcnrd
.uguin fron llr . ';'ids \.; ns totally puzz.linr: to ·
a!' he h:H! ! l O illtcnticm ('1i further cont a ct.in?.
J!li?-iT and did not further cor.t<1ct
J•fr . had in hi5 nt the
of this intcrvicl1· ,   dated ,
1
une 20 , 1972 .
ne e;xplaincd ti,is 1::1$ dictatc0 by hi;:• i!t th::tt tire to
r"call a.ny n.nd all ions 1d th H!ii!T tlurins::
the i:;:mcoiately ther eto. This done
as a result of i:U:<T' s POS!iihlc in the \'{atcrr::tte
Brc,1k-in on Sune 17 , 1972.. Tl;at portion of tl•o r1c r: oran dun
to the H<qr 15, cor.vcrsntion with  
Ht.nrr vns cx!lihited to the rcr:ortinc· l\"Cmts to illnstr:ttc "r ..
GC1LS(l)iPs recollec:ticn n.t tt,ot tii"l O: \:hich is the sa:.'lc
roportccl in this
!Jr. COLSON rcco i \·c(l n tc ca11 n t. his hone
after 10:00 p . 7:1 . ,. 1S71 , fro:" a ctin:. fl\ I i.'iT<-ctor
L. f.ATP.TCT f.f:./\Y info1::.-dn 2 hit>\ the cr.tit·c sitHatjon
ARTr!ljR ll.?.!:•:r r.. u1Hkr control by the l'r.. <:R.'\Y
i.:os info'l"l!cd to

call the :President nnd so
advise ldn. !!r. G'I'J\Y   Nou ld he clouc.
nr .. not involvct.l in nnr J:tf' n<•cr
"dth t hi s o f C0vernor
GfOHGE r.:-:.;:n·c-$SC:cl .:11)s oJ Lite ccrt.:tinty no C'1T•O clst·
:1t th<! '.;as lavolvcd .
f
MM
..
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AGENCY
RECORD NUMBER
RECORDS SERIES
-·( L 1 C 1'\ 1 roJ.I v'1 _j J:/ V\IVN
REPRODUCED ATTHE NATJONAL ARCHIV_ES )t ''I' d \la:td Q!i8Yiil'la'W
JFK ASSASSINATION SYSTEM
IDENTIFICATION FORM
AGENCY INFORMATION
FBI
124-10265-10134
AGENCY FILE NUMBER : 89-35-409
ORIGINATOR
FROM
TO
TITLE
DATE
PAGES
SUBJECTS
DOCUMENT INFORMATION
FBI
DIRECTOR, FBI
SAC, MM
10/17/74
1
EVID, PHOTO, SUSP, TSBD, ASST, REUTERS NEWS SERVICE
DOCUMENT TYPE
CLASSIFICATION
RESTRICTIONS
CURRENT STATUS
DATE OF LAST REVIEW
OPENING CRITERIA :
COMMENTS
PAPER, TEXTUAL DOCUMENT
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OPEN IN FULL
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[R) - ITEM IS RESTRICTED
Date:06/14/94
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REPRODUCED ATTHE NATIONAL fC ''I' d \IQid a:asvlil'laV
94
UNI
randum
SAC, MIAMI
DATE:
10/17/74
DIRECTOR, FBI (62-109060)
• ' I •• I"\ 'I\ 1\
1\Ll   ' . .. ·.
ASSASSINATION OF
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY,
DALLAS , TEXAS ,
11/22/63
(00: DALlAS)
I ,111 l LU 'f) h
. . "-q3 BY fiitJ312/)'1!{Je---
l: : II: /?."2.1- -- · Gf,Ci!)
For information of Miami, on 8/7/74, a reporter
for Reuters News Service, contacted FBIHQ to advise he was
in possession of photos depjcting three indjviduals in custody
of the Dallas, Texas PO on 11/22/63 in the vicinity of the
Texas School Book Depository Building, Dallas, Texas.
According to above reporter, these photos were r e ceived from
two young yippj_e indi_vi duals who we re attempting to reopen
the KENNEDY assassination. Two of the individuals depicted
in the above photos are purported to be E. HOWARD HUNT and
FRANK STURGIS, both associated with the Watergate break-in.
LEADS
Miami locate STURGIS and attempt to establish his
whereabouts on 11/22/63. If STURGIS able to establish his
whereabouts on that date, set forth leads to discreetly
verify this information.
Advise Bureau results of investigation by teletype o
CP-
woo: jgm
(1)
$010· 11 0
NOTE: Dictated by SA W. DOUGLAS GOW,
Division 6.
. . ' . i 1 '( 1974
FBI - MIAMI
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan
,-

AI !Ht. AKl-Ml• D I
J;.ER
NARA Pl'
' - r-
' '·I .:__ ._,
1(.1#$-0li;O
DATE
l ,,; •
' -;-
L to s inqc.::-y :\::-:
_ to us by John '.Ve h2.· . .:e ::::;'-::!. i;o, ·.·vi.tl; o[
{Ch2-!"lie Kane) :1nd hJ.ve :c
-... at th!;! time of the .. o:t
'' 0\'o•;ember l963.
2. The Or'fice of Fina!"!.ce has Hu:-:::
1
s lec.ve 2.-C'.d [ r.::.·.,-£1
  f-::;r ?eriod SerJte!nber 1963 to Ja!l.u .. lS•6-1, net }:now:n;
the pu!"p03e of oc.r The record sho•.v:; ior fo'.tr  
?"Y period ending Z3 November l963 th:ct llu:-.t took 11 hoc:rs sick le:w"'
r:.-:> ar-..... "1u<:!.lleave. In the follo,.vlng pay period he t0ok three hours sick
and 27 hours an!1ual leave, but this lh-2 p2.rtic::.1L1r pe:-lod
in qc.estior-:.. 1-Iis travel record official tr:-ZL?el in
October December, but none in No
1
72nlber; all t;-2.'.'21 \'p"-S tv
Nev .. • York. John Richards states that \Ve al!""eady kno-,v, rcsul:: of
responses to previous reqt:!.ests, that ·we have no records 0:1  
Yiould sho-.v similar information; he YJ2..S not .
3. Stct1!"ity provided us vli.th a column. b/ Jack of
:1r.c
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13 September 197 4
MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: Press Inquiry Into Kennedy Assassination
1. John Hicks phoned to say that he was passing to me what
he had just passed to the DCI and OLC.
2. Hicks had a phone call from Art Lundahl, vacationing in
Michigan. Lundahl's phone is (616) 731-5491. Lundahl was phoned by
a man identifying himself as an independent news reporter named Sam
Jaffe, of Bethesda. Jaffe said that a couple of others are doing an
investigation of the JFK assassination. In the course of this they were
in Dallas, where they reviewed photographs taken by the Dallas police
of persons rounded up following the assasination. Among these photo-
graphs were pictures of 3 or 4 hoboes, two of which Jaffe says he
identified as Howard Hunt and Sturgis.
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3. The telephone call to Lundahl was at the suggestion of Victor
Marchetti, who knew Lundahl's familiarity with photographic development.
He wanted to know of a commercial place they would do enlargements in
order to study the pictures more carefully for a more certain identification.
Lundahl avoided telling Jaffe anything, saying that he was retired and out
of contact. Jaffe wants to see Lundahl when he gets back in October, the
exact date of return being uncertain. Jaffe also said that his information
is being sent to
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nm-1 a free-lance journ2.list. I r::e"t Jaffee in the Domir...i.can Republic   .. : . .
• .• 1961 durmg "the o£ Trujillo's assassination. I iert; . .
there for 2.S the .JillC correspondent.. I next heard frDr.fl1.im l·;Jlen =:::•
-called me :L-"1 1970 to say that he ,.;as 1mr1d.11.g 1·1ith Netro;nedia in tiashi.nvton·· · :··
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coxpo:::aL:ive boiy" 2.il.d l i as no-;i a free-la!!Ce journalist operc;ting out o£ his ·_ · -- ·
. · . · ho:TLe _ He said =i:. t ·h-as ·he b:ro}\:e "the story on U:ni ted. States
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. - ow.i:tio:t &-,d. stopped -the eXh..ibit of sarveillanc;:e gear· in Hoscow. _._- I told·-:-·;'(."]·.
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. Fr2.!'-"'.c Citrrl.1"'1g the I 1..-c.s m "the Domuucan RepublJ..c.. He Sa:!.d ·' · ;._-_ ·. ·
·. . · cnavez l-i2S w"-!.ere ostensibly to orga_"li.ze a labor union... Jaffee S2id_ :·
• .'-lr he bad Chavez to "some -of the ypung guys on.· the· hill/' ··( ..
a."id -they tolcl r.in that Olavez 1·;as a tir.le suspect ,
of bei.iig involved in the ass:.ssi!!a:tion of .]>resident Ken.Tled:y · s o :.invci-vea, ._.. -:-
"t!l;ey said, Lh2.t he h2d been fre sabj ect of a surveilla..-·lce l.n York City. ·. .·
_. I und,erst:ood from Ja£fee that G-.==vez is nm.;. dead; but I L:old.hiJa I did not ,
· · -   Chavez · ·,.;hich is t:r:u-=- • · · ·• • . :, .• ·-;. ·- .:- · ·
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. ·. 3 • . J2£fee on say his .friends (''the .-. /·:
hilr') :P..a.va ppotograp}l.s c:f C: cot:-ple of _'derelicts "(' 1-:ho   arresqt :-- .
··:-' · ·Iis""l back of the Texas Book JTI..Lnutes after Pres1dent Kennedy ...,:as. · ..
· assassina.-t;ea Jaffee said "bu:ns" look very much like . .
. · .. {·-:· . . ... l'latergate codefel)dan!=-5. J affee said IUS J ..   .
· · .ris _that c.t or . Hunt 1-1as 1:he ! .
. . Crue£ of Stab-en l.n NeXJ.CO ty. i Sa1d I dJ.dn' t thlll.lc s o 7 and J a.....l:fee xe-
. L:hat Ti'-?-;l).- that: shculd ''is that folliler CIA.off:i.cer • ·:· ·
·!-: .· '(refe ... xL"Lg I said I did not know Agee but hG!l +ead rm. ac-)
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CIA REVIEW PROGRAM
MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief, Security Research Staff
ATTENTION Bruce Solie-
FROM Chief, Investigations Division
SUBJECT : Possible Counterintelligence Matter
(DODS Personnel)
l. Since 19 November 1963, ID/2 has entertained three Covert
Security Approval. requests from DO(CA for potential ghost writers.
These requests have emanated from the office of Mr. Howard Hunt,
A/DO/CA. The three potential DODS ghost writers have all proven
to be of very dubious loyaJ.ty, and, in two of the three cases, a
direct personal. relationship between a DODS official and the po-
tential. ghost writer has been established. Whi1e this ma;y be merely
coincidental., we present this matter for your consideration and any
fUrther action you may deem feasible.
2. The three cases developed in the following manner:
On 19 November 1963, DO/OPRP, in the person of Howard
Hunt, A/DO/CA, requested a PCSA/CSA to utilize
#344-074, as a ghost writer in the United States and abroad
under DODS Project__.. The routing sheet attached to
the request indicated that a was lmown to Mr. John Greely'
DO(AF. On 5 December 1963 Mr. Joseph R. 1-fu.rphy, then a DODS
Security Officer, was apprised of the derogatory information
in our fi1es relative to loyalty and on 5 December
1963 the case was cancelled. Our files indicate that Mr.
Greely was later 1ectured by Se=ity Officials relative to
a his re1ationship with 0 .
On 9 December 1963, DO/OPRP, in the person of Howard
Hunt A/00/CA;equested a PCSA/CSA to utilize one
955, as a ghost writer under.DODS Project
Appropriate investigation was conducted, and on
1964, over serious security objection, a Covert
Security Approval., with severe restrictions, was issued to
DOjOPRP. The restrictions proved to be so burdensome to
DOjCA that on 6 July 1964 Howard Hunt, A/00/CA, cancelled
. the case indicating that they would not utilize ....
within the restrictions. disclosed
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On 21 August 1964 Elizabeth Mcintosh, DO/CA requested
a PCSA/CSA to utiliz #397 025, as a
witting ghost writer in the United States. On approximately
27 October 1964 Mr. , DODS/Security was aP-
prised of the derogatory information in our files relative
to loyalty. He discussed this information with
Howard Hunt, A(DO/CA, who indicated that he had been a per-
sonal friend of for some years and despite our in-
formation, felt that was a loyal United States
citizen. Hunt then requested this office to continue its
investigation and reach a security determination. Inter-
estingly LOOK magazine recently published an article called
Red China which is the report of Reynold's interview of
Chinese defector, Tung Chi-Ping. On 17 November 1964 a
memorandum of Information regarding Reynolds was forwarded
to or presentation to Tracey Barnes, Chief,
DODS. On approximately 27 November 1964, Mr. ad-
vised this office that DODS is no longer considering Reynolds
for the position of ghost writer.
3. Please advise us of any further action you may take in this
matter.
Attachments: #397 025
#377 955
#344 074
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Files DATE; . 6 April 1964

FROM ehief, Personnel Security Division
SUBJEClSANSON-ROMAN, Oscar Denilo
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1. On 6 April 1964 I talked, b
Hunt to whom I had been referred by
Hunt was having dinner at
Restaurant when a girl got up, came over to
his table, and said "hello". She was Sonya
Toledo who was a receptionist at the Embassy
when Hunt was in Montevideo. She brought over
the man she said was her escort for the evening
and introduced him as tQe subject person.
Hunt said that he remembers that Sonya
married an American GI and came to this country
with him. Her married name is unknown. She
met subject at the Uruguayan
2. The above information was reported to Mr. Byrnes,
FBI/WFO, who recognized the Toledo name and who said he
would drop the matter.
3. Byrnes' initial interest was expressed to me on
64 when he called about a 14 January memo by
who wrote that subject had been introduced to
mber of the Agency as a co-owner of the Saville
Book Shop on P Street. I called Mrs. who said her
only role in this was as a reports officer and who referred
me to Howard Hunt.
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief, Records and Services Division
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SUBJECT
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1. arrangements are in process, and/or have been com-
pleted for the above-named Subject.
2. Effective illlmedia te1y , it is requested that your
records be properly blocked xcopcued to deny Subject's
an external inquirer.
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corporation trading on t"e American Exchange.
I also bold ten shares of stock in Sliprery Rock Mines,
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12 Sept. 1950
- 26 Dec. 1950
Carlce:Lled-colllj:>rorllis ed 2 Dec. 1960
- 2 Dec. 1960
30 Apr. 1970
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20 Sept. 19to
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name listed also ae-
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30 Apr. 1970.

DWAYNE ORVILLE ANDREAS
1. According to press reports of 25 August 1972,
."-ndreas is Chairman of the First Oceanic Corporation,
  Minnesota. It was his $25,000 check which was
given to Mr. Kenneth Dahlberg, Midwest Regional Chairman of
the Finance Committee to Re-elect the President, and which
eventually made its Hay into the Miami, Florida, bank account
of Watergate participant Bernard L. Barker.
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Minnesota. He is a recognized agricultural
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Bureau o£ Inve;tJ.illl.ttono tDquired of tlui Act.ina Deputy Director.:o!
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&nlOtlg the other item• a
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Mr. E. TO!U.in Railey, Director
Office o! Security
De;:>art.::>ent o! ft.ate
515 221ld Etrcet, !i,,\i,
;;aehington 25, D. c.
At.tentiarn Mr. \Oilliaa B. daClrace
APPROVED FOR MJIASE 1993
ClA HISTORiCAL REVIEW PROGRAM
SubJects Hmrr, E'nrett Howarc!
123500 .• .,..
Eirs
lief a renee ia made to :'1 • • •

• • •   • • •
re;>or',r; an the Lubjeet peroon
_. !hu 1a ta edvi.M you that Subject -• aecur1t7 approv.d l01r
Ac;ency a-.;:>l<:J1111n1. on )0 oapt.el!lber 1949 on the basa ot a full !iald in-
vest.i;;ation of Subject by the F1tderal !'uraau at Invaat1eat1oo, ae an appli-
cant for eOI?lO:"•m. vit.b tc.b At;eney, in Jul;r, Auguat. and 1949.
<1.e irrv!!!stit."StiVl!l report.a b;r the l'"ederaJ. Pureau of lnvestigat.icm ware
.-.ade •-:. ru!falo, N<111 Yorlc dated Z6 ll!ld 5 Au.,-ust 1949, llo, ll6-3011J
at. oost.un, 'iasuchusetta dat.ed ll Au_,at l9L9, lio, l.l.B-l)69J at Ill- York
dated l.S .Au,-ust 1949, llo. 118-6261 •t liew York, Jicv York <iated 17 Auguat 1949,
!to. 118-22UJ at. iiuhint;t.on, D. C, dllted 15 and 6 f·eptelllbar 1949, !lo.
124-182) at :..oa Ar.l!"llea, Csliforni.a dated 12 AUDlet 1949, llo. ll8-776J a\.
Richmond, Virginia deted 19 Au;;uet. 1949, Hl8-lL)2J at Nevart, lisv
dated 17 Aut,uet 1949, No, ll8-l383.
It is 8Ut:!;811\..ed that copiee or these i.rrfeet1gathe report• be .obtained
by thie office !r0111 the Federal Bureau of Inveat1&ation.
FOR TliE DffiECtOO OF 11: 1
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Perl5onnel L·ecv.rity Division

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SOBJEC'l': GROSS REFE!illi::ES
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SEC. 20. FINANCIAL BACKGROUND (Cont'd)
GIVE thres CREDIT REFERENCES-IN THE U.S.
University Ec>.ll
NAME: Bruce .. H.B.l6elo.\f ............... ADDRESS ... 1? !A. V nl.YeP !l.l. .• Y.s <:: _R .•
St. & No. Clty S01te
NAME: l3 J!, Ge:t:f. ......... :...... ADDRESS 132_. t32_d_._S_t·.- ..   ... .
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NAME: .. .................. ADDRESS . _20 __ ..   ..

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St. & No. CltJ
SEC. 21. CHRONOLOGICAL IDSTORY OF EMPLOYMENT FOR PAST 10 YEARS. INCLUDE CASUAL
EMPLOYMENT. INCLUDE ALSO PERIODS OF UNEMPLOYMENT. GIVE ADDRESS AND STATE
WHAT YOU DID DURING PERIODS OF UNElVIPLOYMENT. INCLUDE LAST 5 POSITIONS A..'ID
COVER AT LEAST 10 YEARS. . --- -
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EMPLOYER ......... ...................... TITLE OF JOB __ ;_I_o.r ..  
ADDRESS ........ Rockefeller .. P.l.aza. ............ 1-iev. Xo;:k ....... l:l .• .x .•... VSA_ ...... .
Bt. & No. C1t7 State Coun:rr
YOUR DUTIES AND SPECIALTY .Col.lec.tl.on. Df .. bD..C..'.(grounii. -ff'!A';;ur.a .. o;n.tal'1al
I in Soutb Pacific
KIND OF BUSINESS: ....... p'4P.J.1sb1l).g ............. NAME OF SUPERVISOR Dan.Lon,--w.elL
.FROM: .Feb, 1Sl43 ........ TO: ... July.,l-943 ..... SALARY$ ... 5-40 .00.. PER .. r::on.th .......
REASONS FOR LEAVING ... out.ual. .. agre.P.men t.,. pl.us .. ire .. to.. :=:-e . .., en.te.r .......... .
service.
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EMPLOYER TH!E
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ADDRESS ..... _AV.? .•.... _He!". Xo.rk,)._6 .• ........... _N_ ................... ..
St.&: No. Ctty State
1 YOUR DUTIES AND S?ECIALTY pr.eparation .. and..e.dit1ng .. o.f .. scripts.i'ar .. oonthly
ne-.;sreel. Production of Naval Training
KIND OF BUSINESS: -motion -pi-ctu-ra. ............. NAME OF SUPERVISOR .................. ..
_.. Louis de Hocher::ont
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REASONS FOR LEAVING .... .. to .. .. t9 .. 1'1<'-r .. . .as .. :.(<'l,l;' ................. ..
Corrcs:-ondcnt for LIFE
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YOUR DUTIES AND SPECIALTY ........... ... ................. . ... .. .. . ......................... ....... .
lCIND OF BUSINESS: ....... ............... . .... ....... . NAME OF SUPERVISOR •••••••••• 0 • •• 0 •••••
FROM: ....... . . ... .. ..... .. . TO: ............ ...... . ... SALARY$ ... . ..... .. ... PER . ................ .
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E?vfPLOYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TITLE OF JOB . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .. ... .. ... .
ADDRESS ..... ............ . .. . ... ... ...... . ... ... ..... ... ... ... ....... . ........................ ....... . . .
St. & No: CitY State Oountr7
YOUR DUTIES AND SPECIALTY ... ......... . .. ............ . .... .... ................................... .
KIND OF BUSINESS: . ..... ..... ....... ............... .. . NAME OF SUPERVISOR .. ..... ...... ... . .. .
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FROM: .. .................... TO: ...................... SALARY$ . . .. .. .. . ..... PER ..... .. ...... . ... .
REASONS FOR LEA V!NO ..... ...... . .. ....... ... .................... . .. . . ............ .. . ..... ......... .
SEC. 22. RESIDENCES FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS
1-/ _j . . . . 35 .Maple . . Av.enue. ... Y • ...... .USA . . . .... FROM: .1918 ..... TO: .. ... .
St. eSt NO. . Clt7 • Btate Counu-y •
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SEC. 23. RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL OUTSIDE TirE UNITED STATES
11E..rcb.,l938 April,l938
TO ..


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Havana, Cuba ..... ......... DATES . .D.e.c .... . l938 . . TO .-Jtn.l939 . . .
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SEC. 24.
-:-:'": ...... . .. . ....... . ... . ............ DATES .J1.lo.el939 ..... TO ... Jul:v. . l9.39
City or 8oc:tlon Cowlt.ry Purpc»e Month & Year Month & Tear
.... . .... JJP.llMA . . ..... . .............. ...... .... DATES .. Jul;y.l93.9 . . . TO ...... .
City Clot. §ectlon Country Purpc»e W.ontn & Tee.r a:r'ontb & Tear
....... .. .. {.P.a:r.l. e.L .............. s .tudy ........ DATES .. AI:4!\l!.t . 1 9. 3S'o .. Auru s.t .. 1939
City oc Bcct!op Country Purpoee W. ontb & Tear Mo'litb & Te&r
. . .. . .. .London ....... .Ene;.lor.ld .............. .... DATES .. Au{TUe.t ...... TO .... .1.030
Ctty . -Cou.Da-y . lCo!itli a. 'tear i:fo'Dfb l."'r"ear w
1-!1 Mela:1cs1a, Pol :rne !51 a, bus 1nee s, 1943, Feb-July
LIST NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ALL CLUBS, SOCIETIES, LABOR UNIONS, PROFESSIONAL SOCIE-
TIES, EMPLOYEE GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDE MEMBERSHIP IN OR SUPPORT
OF ANY ORGANIZATION HAVING HEADQUARTERS OR BRANCH IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY) TO WlfiCH
YOU HAVE BELONGED:
.... .' .. .. of .. A:ne r.1.ca ... , 16.". E .. 39.th. Nev .. York.,!{. Y •.... USA .... . ...... .
Nam. \ St. & )fo.. C1'7 Btaw Cou.ot:r7
Br.wn Un1 vers1 ty Club 86 Park Ave . N.Y. N.Y. USA
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Name Bt. & N9. C1'7 8taw Country
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Name St. & No. City Btaw Country
Veterans o: Forei:n
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Name St. & No. C1ty Sww Country
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SEC. 25. RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION
CHURCH OF ATTENDANCE ....... · ·P-resbyter-ian· .. · .... · · · · .................. · · .. · .. · · · · · · .... · .. .
ADDRESS . Hembu.r!}
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SEC. 26. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
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B HAVE YOU ANY SPECIAL KNOV\LEDGE OP.. TRAINING WITH RESPECT TO:
MOTOR VEHICLES? AIRPLANES? Yes
RADIO?
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BE INVESTIGATED, AND YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE ANY CHANGES (OR ADDITIONS) IX
YOUR STATEMENTS THAT YOU MAY THINK ADVISABLE.
A. ARE THERE ANY UNFAVORABLE INCIDENTS IN YOUR LIFE NOT MENTIONED ABOVE WHICH MAY B!:
DISCOVERED IN SUBSEQUENT Il'<'VESTIGATION, WHETHER YOU WERE DIRECTLY Th'VOLVED OR N07,
ViHICH MIGHT REQUIRE EXPLANATION? IF SO, DESCRIBE. IF NOT, ANSWER, "NO."
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EDGE AND BELIEF AND I AGREE THAT ANY MISSTATEMENT OR OMISSION AS TO A MATERLAL FACT
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HUNT, P.:verE::tte BDY:ard,Jr., B. 10-9-16,
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30 7'.:.e-:.-·York.,
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192 E' .. w1id • .:.1beny, :·ie:r York.,
E:np: Tines, Ir:c. Rocks-feller
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U ,S • Army proos _ nt
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:Sverette Howard, Jr., B, 10-9-18
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30 -.iillctt St, ;.lba!l'J. l:ew· York.,
125 Le.ncastcr Ave, Bt:ff"<lo, Xew Yorl:
192 E'-lclid Ave, New York,,
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Euclid Avs. Alb?_ny, New York.,
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NA.'S:

ALIAS:
BB.TH:
SPOUSE:
FATHER:
MOTHER:
EDUCATICN:
MILIT t. P.Y:
D!PLOYJ.SNT:
RESIDENCES:
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  Everette Howard Jr.
Howie, Howard HUNT-- nom de plume for 7 years.
10/9/18 Hamburg NY
Dorothy Louise Wetzel HUNT. ','I'EIJ: 7 Sep 1949 Millbrook NY
Add before: c/o EGA Paris, France, Pres add: 30 Willett St.
Albany NY. OOB: 1 Apr 1920 Dayton Ohio. Former name by
former marriage, GOUTIERE.
Jul 44 - Jan 46 Dep of State - Bern Switzerland
Apr 46 - M,ay 47 Treasury Dept. Shanghai, China
Apr 48 - Aug 49 EGA Paris France.
Everette Howard HUNT. 30 Williett St. Albany 6 NY OOB: 13 Dec 88
Hamburg, New York.
Ethel Jean HUNT. same add as husband. DOB: 15 91 Canal
Dover, Ohio,
Hamburg High School, 1932-36 diploma
Brown University Providence 12, R.I. 1936-40 A.B.
• USAAF 1943-46
USNR 1940-42 0-587241
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May 1948 - Feb 1949 ECA 2 rue St. Florentin, Paris 1, France
Jan 1943 - Oct 1943 Time Inc. Rockefeller Plaza NY NY
Oct 1942 - Jan 1943 The March of Time (Time Inc) 369 Lexington
Ave, NY NY'
1941 - present
1937 - 1941
1918 - 1937
30 Willett St, Albany 6 NY
125 Lancaster Ave, Buffalo NY
35 Maple Ave. Hamburg, NY
._ FATHER IN LAW: Albert Cnarles Register Dayton Ohio
DOB: 27 June 1891 Dayton Ohio,
MOTHER IN LAW:
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Jeannette Elner DAVIS. 187 Hawthorne Sarasota Fla. DOB: 4 Sep
1891 Payton

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HUNT, Everette Howard Jr.
Holde, Howard .HUN'l'- nom de plume for 7 years;
10/9/18 Hamburg NY
Do rot Louise Wetzel HUN1'. WED: 7 Sep 1949 Millbrook "NY
Add before: c o ECA Paris, France. Pres add: 30 Willett St •
. Albaey NY. OOB: 1 Apr 1920 Dayton Ohio. Former name by •.
former marriage, GOUTIERE. · ·
Jul 44 - Jan 46 _ Dep of State - Bern   ;
.Apr 46 - 47 Treasury "Dept. .. -c· _ . _": ·•
- Aug 49 ECA Paris France. · ' · -
Everette Howard HUNT. '30 Wllliett St •. 6 !iY
Hatnburg, New York. · ·
Ethel Jean HUNT. same add as husband. 00!!': 15 May 91 Canal
Dover, Ohio.
Hamburg High School, Hamburg NY. 1932-36 diploma
Brown University Providence 12, R.I. 1936-40_A.B.
USAAF 1943-46
• USNR 1940-42 0-587241
• EMPLOYMENT:
May 1948 - Feb 1949 ECA 2 rue St. Florentin, Paris 1, France
Jan 1943 - Oct 1943 Time Inc. Rockefeller Plaza NY NY
RESIDENCES:
Oct 1942 - Jan 1943 The March of Time (Time Inc) 369 Lexington
Ave. NY N1'
1941 - present
1937 - 1941
1918 - 1937
30 Willett St. Albany 6 NY
125 Lancaster Ave. Buffalo NY
35 Maple Ave. Hamburg, NY
FATHER IN J,J.W: - Al]lert C\jjl.rles WETZEL c/o Natl._Cash Register Dayton Ohio
- OOB: 27 June 1891 DayWn Ohio. •
MOTHER IN LAW: Jeannette Elner DAVIS. 187 Hawthorne Sarasota Fla. DOB: 4 Sep
1891 Dayton Ohio.
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cit.1::en. t.!lro•..r,;h >dll:.&%7 sorviee. H4 es-;.ute:i he had !loen 1.n
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relu.c t.ant. t.o 6ta te u t.hej' d..;trt. 1rr ..c r .r c:e ld t.h_ his obtai.-.L"1j! ·
!i.S. • (I in.!.u:ed he ra:ar.iJl,j; t.o Wt.&Uu.:·!.an
'bcli.ts, einoe he had prwviol.llll,r charactGri:.od tho .U.S, aa P81not --.
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6. I bad inteodo4 to cU"-.1.11 out Van • at. a eUbsequent.
eoclal. meet..ing but uu prevented 1¥ h1.e induction G/& 5 ScpW:ober. ·,
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Dl.Tl': 22 October J9So
TC: Chief, Security
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SUBJ.:..CT: HUNT• E. Howard, Jr.
It is requested that the ap::)ropriate   certification
be prepared and forwarded to soon as
possible. This subject to be to
and will depart Vashington for PCS '1M on or about 1 March 19?7.
L !JJAl"S
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8. Although I kne" Yr. and Yr,.llobert Vogeler socially in Vienna,
I "as not a"are that Captain Karpe knew them, as later events indicate •
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l• On 16 7e'brllar7 19.50 I   vUh Mr. lbmt ralaUn te a
letter ¥hlcil he wrote to Mr. John .Brovn of Paris, J'rauoe, Slid aleo tha
reported att1_tude vh1c:h baa bean eT1.deneed br h1a
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2. · lle!ore hk'ng thes4l JSattars Vi' with Mr. lllmt I Wbcl to ...-Cal.
1nd1vidual.a. pi!C"t1c:ul.&!'l¥ Danon flmth and J=ea c:oncern!JI,; 'b-s.
Hunt. l'razlk L1Moq also vas eauUoned concernill& Rn. Hnnt b,- BZI
oso repreee&Ut1ve 1a Pllzo1a. JloveTer. ao .a.t.a- dnel.op.d
b7 lnspectlon nnd Securit,. St8n. CIA in .a eubeecuent 1nq"a.1z7 which
'Wt!Ul.d 1n<Hcnte =;r on Mrs. Bunt '• part.
:). :Br1e!J.7. Rr. Bunt adviaed 11e that he sincerel.T reereU his
Ul-.edvised letter Mr. llroYn. e.Dd he assured 1118 there v1ll :a.eTer' he a
reprt!Uon of thu tn>- of act. '{ith regard to hU vUe, Mr. Htm.t
atato• tb?-LIJ.!l.e.Ja one of the11e   "ftJr
mtoor1tT.gl'bUpll' and Jlac..been too
when B.DJ' derog<tory reoarba :D!Ide concarnin<; lll«':!Den-o'!'llr8iie··£1oupw.
thst becomi.n.; leu about this
becnuse he has constnr.tly IIOde 1t a point •o requ.est her aot to cprua
her op1nioll8 ao stroDGlT• Mr. &lnt adTiaes, as a =tter of !&et, that
at the outset he used to bait h1a vife on these =tters but aa he real.i::ed
hov stroll&l7 •he feels a.bout them, he ceased thb practice. It •- a.
though MJ:s. f!tJpt bi>llQ.-& .   minority preJu-
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4. llant advises me that he vlll .baTe a heart-to-hea-rt talk
with his Yi!:e._am ask he.r to ti&hten :ap on the control of her emoUons.
He wUl. h1.B vi!'e she tae .the chip orr her
shoul.ders £# if remarks are oade vbich disturb her. she shoUl'i P-amme
the attitude of consid.erin(: the source. ltzo. Hunt bel.iAJYos tha.t hU
is less amsc&JJt_!ble to r=u-ks vhich have enr-aged her 1n
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relations vith 1nC.1vid=ls ...no cons1stentl7 discuss matters Yhich are
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SEC. 3. MARITAL STATUS
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A. :::LEDA_TE_,_P_LA_CE_ ::::AAO-N'-F0-'-R-ALL-D::;;:ONS;. .>··>
tv ( .,
(IF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED MORE THAN ONCE-INCLUDE ANNUL-
B. WIFE OR HUSBAND MENTS-USE A SEPARATE SHEET FOR FORMER WIFE OR HUSBAND
GIVING DATA REQUIRED BELOW FOR ALL PREVIOUS MARRIAGES.) .
PLACE AND DATE OF MARRIAGE
-- .. · /' , - . s e r •7- , ? :..-?
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F,t! fji ( E._ I
Country !
HIS (OR HER) ADDRESS BEFORE MARRIAGE r/r;. ,- (' [! ;-:JAR I r
Bt.. & No. Clty State
LIVING OR DECEASED /..till N G DATE OF DECEASE ----- CAUSE ____ _;, l
St. &: City S:..&te
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS
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DATE OF BIRTH 't
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- PLACE OF BIRTH __ _:0"--iri::-:::'-:-C::-- ,
\ C1tJ State . Country :
IF BoRN oUTsiDE us. INDicATE DATE AND PLAcE oF ENTRY f'<OI APPLtn 11 LS--··
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CmZENSHIP -"'-L<'-'"'=-f\' __ ACQUIRED?
1
' WHERE? -;;;:;:----;;=-==:-:- 1
ctt7 .--State Country
.,+..,.£i'S.
OCCUPATION -j.k i..lS, (• \.t.l '1'- e_
LAST EMPLOYER p Q fi '
EMPLOYER'S OR BUSINESS ADDRESS ;,-:-·...,-;;-· =--":..·
4
_:_r:-'-;("o;;·;:-·-'"'--"-'.:.:-;;"''O:-:-('_C::· -----:,--,--
st.&: No. Cttr State Country
N t:-1 r- L ,<:_ ;:.., ,;) ...
MILITARY SERVICE FROM ---:=-c--- TO ---:o-c--- BRANCH OF SERVICE------
Date Date
COUNTRY---::::-=-=-:::----:: DETAILS OF OTHER GOV'T. SERVICE, UB. OR FOREIGN :
c;;. • •"-<l.'-1 -ThN 1"'-:e!<.N, '!:!./<-f"t;J\J.!
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SEC. 4. CHILDREK 02 DE?£1..,-DENTS (Include parti.J.l depe:nder.tsj
1. lLo\..\tE AGE
ADDP.ESS
St.
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1
z.   AGE
ADDRESS

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C:::   Co-..;::::.:
0
3.   RELA   AGE
ADDRESS
s:.
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C!:y Sate COU:.ltrj
SEC. 5. FATHER (Gn·e :!:e s:tme information for s:epfather and/or guardian on a separate sheet)lii
H'
LIVING OR DECEASED----- DATE OF DJ6ASE
PRESE);T. OR. L'\.ST. ADDRESS
St & No. St&.:e CO'.l:J.":ry
0:' BIRTH __
____ OF BIRTH
c:r: S:..:ltt Coun:ry
IF BOR:\" Oc'TSI:JI: ;:.s. DATE A;\"D PLACE OF
CITIZE:XSHIP ------
OCCU?ATIOK LAST
ErvrPLOYER'S OR ADDRESS -;-
5
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0
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5
::-u:-:,-:,----c;;-o:cc:-:oc::,c:,_:--
MILITARY SERVICE FROI\I B?.A.!-ICH 0? SERVICE--------
DJ.tt
COG-:\TRY DETAILS OF OTHER 00\"T SEP..V1CE, U.S. OP.. FOREIGN.
SEC. 6. MOTHER (Give the same inform3.tion for stepmother on a separate sheet)

Ftrst Mlddh: Last
LIVING OR DECEASED------ DATi': OF DEC!::.'.S£ ----- C.'.:CSE --------
PRESE!\'T. OR L.-'\.ST, ADDaESS
St:.te CO"o.Jntry
DATE OF BIRTH ___ _ 0!" BIRTH
CITIZE!>ISHIP ------ WHEN ACQFIP.ED? ------ WHERE?
c.ty State Co'.lntry
IF BORK OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE PLACE OF ENTRY------------
OCCUPATION------ LAST EMPLOYER -----------------
EMPLOYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS
8t. & No. ca, eu.c. Cowltr7
MILITARY SERVICE FROM---- TO ----BRANCH OF SERVICE :
. . ; -
COUNTRY------:---- DETAILS OF: OTHER OOV'T SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREION.
. . .. -:' ..
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SEC. ?. BROTHERS AND SISTERS
1. FULL NAME
: . .
:to··· .
ca, Stac. Country Cttaenab.!p
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St.& c.

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Ctl)1 Qou.Qtry Cttlun•htp
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SEC. 8. FATHER-IN-LAW
F'TTIL NAME A h. 5.' 0 H- A R b. e.\.
- - ---"1 1"\rst . Wddle •
t - • •
LIVING OR l. I V • N c..:.. DATE OF DECEASE ----CAUSE ----· -· ·_ · -.;. _; -
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PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS   '-'rl'-•_o_ · -··
1
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at. & No. Ctt7 ataw CountQ
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DATE OF BffiTH :;lANe PLACE OF BffiTH _ __._;:1"1.:....:'   _C=-_H-'--''--""o'---
IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY-----------
F
r t::>. T 1-;
b I • WHERE?
CITIZ SHIP ------ WHEN ACQUIRED? ----- -------::----:::---
i\ I I C· ?.. ' - lt. (; H f2 (:;"_· ' I C:.. R . C State Country
OCC,ATION ------LAST EMPLOYER •
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Lr\"!?\G 0?. -·---------DATE OF D1::CEAS£ ------ CAt.'.5:£ -----------
PR:SSENT, 0?.. L.;.ST. A.!JDR£5.5
5: 6: r> .::. Clt!' State
  0! B!F:TE ---------- ?L'. C: E Of ---------------------------
St:C. 10. RELATI\'/ES BY BLOOD. Y ..... -\RRIAGE OR ADOPTION, VlHO EI!riER LIVE .ABROAD OR
V>RO . .A..RE NOT CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES : , . .
1. NAJ<.u: RELATIONSHIP AGE
CIT!Zt <SHIP
ADDRESS
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.A..DDRESS
5<. & So Ci ty Swn e
2.!:C. !1. R.ELATIV" S B".:. .. BLOOD OR lli THE   .. OR CIVIL SER\lCE Qp-
THE LT.S. OR OF A FOREIG:!\
1. NA.li.,.{E ------------
---- F..EL\ ------------AGE ----
CITIZEl sruP -------------- ADDRESS
St. & No. Clty SUHt
TYPE JiND LOCATION OF SERVICE CIF KNO¥-'NJ
2. NAME -L--------------- RELATIONSHIP --------- ----- AGE ___ _
CITIZEr· SHIP ADDRESS
Sl. & No
St .. te
'I"lPE LOCATIO;-." OF SEP.V1CE liF I _
3. XAME J
------ :\GE ---
CITIZE. SHIP ADDRESS
----- ::-::------=--------
5: &:. No. Cay S:.a a
TYPE A·m LOS..\TION OF SERVICE 1lF KNOWN • ..
i:i..:..:.:E!\T.-l. P. Y St.":100i. .t..!:>:I?.L:SS - --::-
c-·
DATES f. :-r=::; ::> :::::> -----------
m<fn sc!-!oo:. - - ---------- -
V.'\ :-r:.;:o A •• .:.!\::J.!::::O ------ ------ - :\ TI:
CC' L:!:..EGE.
- -------- - -------- .A..:>:::>R:::ss -------:,-----,--:----
c :: r Co=:ry
D=:G?.EE
co:.:..=:: G=: --------·-- ------ iWD:tESS ------------- -
c::r St a.u n
::\.-\\'A::.. OR O:'HER GOV'T U.S. 0:::! FOREIG!\
S;:-JECTI\"£ SER\'ICE !JC•AHD   ------
-----------------
I F Gl\"E ------- ---------------
1:-:DI CATE   \1 I LI TARY CJP.G.!.q V . TIO:\S
. '   HISTO?.Y 0! :c;:,:Pi.OY?,a:NT FOR PAST 15 '...'"EAP.S ACCOt:!\T
FOR At!... PERIODS. IXCL\.:DE . .;.::.. I:!\ CLL"DE ALSO ?ERIO:::>S
0? L'XI::\:?L!)y:,!EXT GIVE f.DDRE-35=:.: .!-.\"!) V:H."-T YOL" DID Dl"RI!\G
PEI:IODS 0? G?\Ei\l?!..OY:.:E\"T LIST L -" . .3T ? 05ITIO:\ FIRST.
1. :'?.0 :.! ---- ----- TO-------------
E:.:l'i...OYING OR :\GE:-;CY ---------- ----------------
ADDRESS ____
s t No C:r r &uu.e Couotrr
KIND OF BuSI!'-"ESS - ----------- - NP-\1E OF St7FE.RV!SOR ------- ------
TITLE OF JOB ----------------------- - SALARY $ ________ PER ___ .........__
YOur DUTIES
P. EA?OKS FOR LE:;. \'I:-10
---·--·-----
·------------------
2. FR0}.1 --.;..- -------- TO ------------
E!\ 1PLOYING F1Ri'1 OR AGE:-JCY
ADDRESS
S:. & No
Clt f 8Utc Cownry
KIND OF BUSINESS NAME OF SUPERVISOR
TITLE OF JOB SALARY$ PER
YOUR Dt:TIES
REASONS FOR LEAVI:\G
3. F ROM TO
r.,fPLOYJNG   OR .'\GE!'ICY
ADDRESS
St 6:. No. Clt; Country
KIND OF BUSI:-:ESS NAME OF SUPERVISOR
TITLE OF JOB SALARY$ PER
YOUR Dl!TIES
REASONS FOR
-
4. FROM TO
EMPLOYING FIRM OR AGENCY
ADDRESS
St. & No. . Cay Country
KUm OF BUSIN"ESS
NA.-....rE OF SUPERVISOR
TITLE OF JOB SALARY S PER
DUTIES
FOR LEAVING
5. FR M
TO
:EMPLOYING FIRM OR AGENCY
ADDRESS
St. & !oo o. City State Coun-c:ry
OF BUSINESS OF SUPERVISOR
';I'ITLE OF JOB PER
CUR DUTIES
ASONS FOR LEAVING
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H:\ \·:: YOl.: I:'.T!=! DE::::'   ASKED TO P.ESIG:-; FRO!,l ?O:: :TF .... :,··
H!'. \"£ Yut.: L:;-:- /. CXDER CIRCL!::!STA! "CES \\"HICH YOl! D£SIR:: TO
EXPL:\I!\ ' GI'\f
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.::;::::: ::t: G!\"E FIVE CP.:AF:.A.CTE?. REFERE...-...:CES- THE C .S. - WHO YOU IXTI-
(GI\""E .RESIG"C:::-;cE r....'\'D ADDRESSES \\"HERE POSSIBLE.)
l.
3.
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BCS. -------------
RES. ADi:·
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
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RES. -------------
3 CS -------------
RES.
SEC 7 OF FIVE ?ERSOJ'\S \\riO K..'l'\0\\" YOU SOCIALLY IN THE UNITED
!\OT Sli?E.R\!SORS OR (Gh·e and busmess ad-
r;;-here ;;ossible.)
1.
2.
____ :,__ __________________ _
3.
4.
5.
and Number
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. -------------
BUS ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
?..:::5 .".DD
3US. P-DD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
3VS. -------------
P.ES. ADD. -------------
CitY State
SEC. 18. GIVE THREE NEIGHBORS. AT YOUR LAS-r: NORMAL RESIDENCE IN THE U.S.- (Give
residen9e and business addresses where possible.)
SEC. 19.
SEC. 20.
1.
2.
3.
Street and Number
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. A.DD. -------------
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. -------------
FINANqiAL BACKGROUND
A. ARE YOU ENTIRELY DEPENDENT ON YOUR SALARY?--------- IF NOT, STATE SOURCES
OF OTHER INCOME -----------------------------
B. NAM:fS AND ADDRESSES OF BANKS WITH WHICH YOU HA v"E ACCOUNTS -------
C. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN, OR PETITIONED FOR, BANKRUPTCY?----------
PARTICULARS, INCLUDING COURT:
D. THREE CREDIT REFERENCES- IN THE U.S.
1. NAME ADDRESS ---::--::--:-:,-------------:-,----------------
1  
2. ADDRESS ---::-:--::--::------..,.,.--------
St. & No. State
3. ADDRESS ---::--:-.::-----...,..--------
St. & No. State
RESIDENCES FOR THE PAST 15 YEARS
FROM TO
8t. No. State Cowl try
FROM TO
St. No. State Cowl try
FROM TO
St. No. State CoWlU'f
FROM TO
St. No. State CoUD\17
FROM TO
St. No. State CoUDU'J

FROM TO
8t. No. State Countri
FROM
TO
St. No. City State CoWl\17
FROM TO
SEC. 21. RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES
A.
FR01
TO
City Or Sect.IOD CoWl\17 PurpoM
FROMj
TO
City or S«Uon CoUD\17 P\J.rlXIM
FROM TO
City or Section CoUDU7 J>urpc>.e
a

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FROM
TO
C!ll' o: SC't.:lo:J Country f-U'"!>OH
TO
C1 tf' or Purpok
FROM TO
Cuy or St- c ttoc Couotr; P..!:poae
B. !...'\ST t.".S. ?:i.SS?Ofl"!"- :,-:::\SE:':.. DATE. A..-...-n PLACE OF ISSW- :
HOW :V-.1\NY OTHE?. t' S. ?.-!.SS?ORTS HAVE YOU HAD? ------- GIVE APPRO>:I..'\iATE

PASSPORTS OF OTHER ..
SEC. 22. CLUBS. SOCIETIES OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
LIST AXD AD:J?.ESSES OF ALL CLUBS. SOCIETIES. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES,
E.:\t!'LOY!:E GRO"l:'S.   OF A..."'T KL"'D <INCLUDE 1\rE!\mER.SHIP IN, OR SUP-
PO?.T OF ... -\.."-'l" ORG.-'\.."1\IZATIO:-.: HA\"'D\G HEADQUARTERS OR IN A FOREIGN COUN-
TRY) TO WHICH YOF EE!..Ol\G OR H...t, VE BELONGED:
:S Cl":l\;>tc: St 6< !"<• CitY Count:;
DATES o:
:?I ----------·-·
=' t. :nf> C:.ti ;'Lf':' s: 6< Cltf C Ot;.lH:j
DATES OF :.!:::,:BEP..SP.I?:
3i
Na:ne ll.DC St & l'o City Col!:ltry
DATES OF :'\lE.\ffiE?.SHIP:
4.
and Ch.,ptrr St. & No. CIL;r Stat.e country
DATES OF :'\!EMBEP..SHlP:
5.
Nt.mr oud Chnpl.<'r St. k No. Clty St&U
DATES OF  
e.
S: k :so Cl<;r CO\.Ol'7
DATES OF :-.r:c::;,U)ERSHIP: .----------------------------
7.
ac<l Chi ;He' k No S L&lt:
\ DATES OF    
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SEC. 23. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
A. FOREIGN LANGUAGES <STATE DEGREE OR PROFICIENCY AS "SLIGHT" " FAIR" OR
"FL"UJENT"l
LANb UAOE ------SPEAK ------ READ----- WRITE - - ---
LANGUAGE - -----S?EAK ------READ----- WRITE-- ---
LANGUAGE--- ---SPEAK------ READ -----WRITE --- --
B . LIST ALL SPORTS AND HOBBIES WHICH INTEREST YOU: INDICATE DEGREE OF PROFI-
CIENcY IN EACH:
C. HAVE YOU ANY QUALIFICATIONS, AS A RESULT OP' TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE, WHICH
MlGff!I' FIT YOU FOR A PARTICULAR POSITION?
D. LIST THE NAMES OF GOVER!'.""MENT DEPARTMENTS, AGENCIES OR OFFICES TO
WlllCH YOU HAVE APPLIED FOR EMPLOYMENT SINCE 1939:
E. IF, TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE, ANY OF THE ABOVE HAS CONDUCTED AN INVESTIGATION OF
YOU, INDICATE BELOW THE NAME OF THAT AGENCY AND THE APPROXIMATE DATE OF
THE INY£STIGATION:
I
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• .. .. ... .,.., .. ... .. .,.
. ,(
11 ...
...
.... DO YOU   0!1 !-i:'.·;c YOL' 0?. ARE YOt: !'<0',\ OR Y Ot:
E\'!:r. A J.:E::.! 8E?. OR OF. EA \'C: s·_·??ORTED POUT! CAL ?.-\.?.TY OP.. ORG • .;!'."l-
ZATIO!' Wr!ICH AG\' OC::'.TES THE 0\"CF.THRO\\" Or OI.:P. CO!'\STITUTIO.S . .!U... FORM OF GO\'-
EP.K!\1ENT I!'\ TnE ST .
I: "YES", EX?L:\.1::\
B. DO YOt; 'USE. 0?. ?_ .... _.E YOU t:SE:::>. ... >-;TS-:- - --------IF SO, TO V.":-iAT
C. :a..; \"E BE:::!'\ ARRESTED, OR COl'c"VVCTED FOP. ANY VIOLATION OF
:._-\W TH..lli A MINOR Tn.'\.FTIC \"IOLATION? IF SO, STATE NA.\o!E OF COtJRT.
CITY. STA7E NATURE OF O!:rE::;sE A:.;D DISPOSITIO!'\ OF CASE:
r: F-" VE YOU E\'ER BEEN COU?.T -1\!...a.RTI.A.LED WHILE A   OF TH.E AR.\tED
!F A."\ SWER. IS "YES.'' GIVE DETA.ILS BI:LOW:
r;A:.!E ------------- -------
RZ:..AT!OS.SF-IP

st. 6:. !'c. Cnr
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SZ.C. 26. YOU AR THAT THE CORRECTKESS OF ALL MADE HERE-
Il\ \nLL BE INVESTIGATED .
. '\RE THERE ANY INCIDENTS rn YOUR UFE NOT MENTIONED ABOVE WH!CE
BE DISCOVERED IN SUBSEQUENT INVESTIGATION, WHETHER YOU WERE DIRE:CTLY
Il'\'OLVED OR NOT, WillCH 1\ITGHT REQUIRE EXPLANATION? IF SO. DESCP.lEE. IF NOT,
SWSR "!'\0." '
•·'£ ····-""
-· ...
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n -
- ._ \, - '
I C:C:RTIFY THAT THE     ?.RE :\XD TO THE
EJ:ST OF MY KNOWLEDGE A!\0 !:.E:LIEF, Al\TD I AGREE /'JiY    
OR OMISSION AS TO A J\1.A.TERlAL FACT \\' IL!... c o :.:sTITt:TE GROC'KDS FOR !:.1-
:?.:EDIATE DISMISSAL OR REJECTIOK OF MY
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·: .s£ THE F OLLOWL'!I;G PAGES FOR EXTRA DETAILS. ACCORDLNG TO THE
o: TnE· Ql:E.STION TO ·-.VHICH THEY RELATE. !:IG:!\' YOUR   AT THE END OF THE ADDED
:-:.;TEiEAL. I!F ADDITIONAL SPACE IS 2£QU!RED CSE ::::::.:TR.P. PAGES THE   SiZE AS
T I-: E:. .SE ..A ... KD SiiGN EACH SUCH PAGE
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PERSONAL HlBTORY STATE..\-iENT- (Appendlx I l
Listed below are names o! organJza.t1ons ldentlfied by the Attorney General, under his respons.lb1Uty pursuant to
Executive Order 10450, dated 27 April 1953, to list the names o! each foreign or domestic organization, association,
movement, group or combination o! persons which he designates as Totalitarian, Fascist, Communist, or subvers.ive,
or as hav1ng adopted or havtng shown a poUcy o! advocating or approving the commission of acts o! force or vio-
lence to deny others their rights under t.he Constltutlon o! the Unlt.ed States, or as seeking to alter the form of
gove!"Ilment of the United States by uncorut1tut1onal mearu.
Each applicant or employee and spouse Cit any> must review the !allowing list of organizations for certlt'lcat1on
purposes, and sign on the last page.
.AbnU1a.m Ll.ncoln BMaade
.Abro.bam Ll.ncol.n Bcbool, Chlca1o. WUIOia
.Action CommJttee to P'ree 6pal.D Now
.Alabama People'& Educational Aasoclatton (see Commu.ol.n Politi·
C&l AA&oelatlon)
Amer1can A&soc!Atlon for Reconatructton ln TusoalaYIA, lzle.
Americ:&n "Bn.ncb of tbe l'ederauon of Oreelt lola.rttlme Unlona
Amer1c&n Chrtatlan Natlonall.n Party
American Committee for European Workerw' Reller (Me 60cl.aJut
Worlterw Pu-;y)
American Comm1ttee tor Protection or P'ore!cn Born
Amertc:an Commltue for I"Teedom
Americ:an Oom.mlttee for tbe Bettlem'ent of Jew. ln lzle
American Committee for Tu&OOaY Rdle!, lzlc.
American Commlttee to Burny Labor Condlttona ln Europe
Amencan CouncU for a Democratic Greece. formerly ltnooru u tbt
Oreelt CouncU; Ortelt Oommlttee for Na-
ttoD.&I u D.l ty
Amencan CouncU on 8oYiet Relatione
CroatiAn Conrrua
Amer1c iLD Je'C'Ub Labor CouncU
American Learue War end hac:Lam
Amer1e&n for Peace and OeEDoeracy
American National Labor Party
Ac:.erlcan Nationa l Soc!All.n
Amencan Nation..: 60c.t.alut
AmericlLll Nattonalt.. t Pany
American Patr10ta, llle.
AIDencan Pee.ce Cruaade
Amenc.an Pee.ce MobUI.z:&Uon
Amerle&n Poles for Pe&ee
American PolUb Labor Cou.ocU
American PoU.Cb Learue
Amertcan Reacue Bblp :!olla&lo n (& proJect or tbe Unlt.ed Amer1can
BpAnl&h Ald Committee)
Am en can- R UJYI.An J"ra terual 60cle t y
American RUJYien Institute, New Torlt, al&O ltnown u tbe Atner1-
e&n Ru&S.t.an Inatltute for Cultural wn.b tbe 8oYiet
Union
Amerie&n Russlen l.n.ltltute, PbUadelpb.t.a
Amer1C&D RWYIAn tonltute of Ball P'ranclac:o
Amer1C&D RuMIILn llutltute of Southern Cell!o rulA. Loe An&elee
SlaY Congreaa
American Women for Peace
Amerie&D Toutb Conrre-
Amer1can Tautb for DeiDoerscy
Ar.oenlan J>rotrreaa.l•e League of .-\ mer1ca
Asaoc!At.o.d Klana of Amer1ca
AA.aoct.a. tlon of Oeorat a Kiana
• A.a&OC!Atlon ot Oennau Natlone.la (P..elcbedeut.acbe Verdntgunel
.Auala.nd- Or1r1Ull.z:&tlon du NBDAP, o .. rae&a Branch of Nazi Party •
Bal Umore J'orum
BellJamln Da..U P'reedom Committee
Black Dn.con Society
Bocton Bcbool for Ma.n:l.n Btudlea, Boe'tOn, W&.M&Cbu.et ta
Bndgea - Robenaon-8ehmldt Oetenae CoiDmlttee
Amencan People'a Le&rue 01 tbe United Bt.&tea of
Amer1ca
Call!orn.t.a l!:mer&enc:y Oefenae Committee
Callforule Labor Bcbool, 321 Dlt'ladaro Sueet, SaD P'n.Dclaoo,
Calllornla
Carpatbo-Rualan Peo ple' a Society
Central CouncU of Women of CToati.An Deactnt, &l itO
ltllown u Central CouncU ot .American CroaU&n Wo men, Na-
tloneJ CouncU of Women
Central   A»oc:letlon (Belltoli:U Cbuo NlpponJLn !tAll
Central AMOClatlon of Boutbern Call!orn!A
Central Orp..nl.z:&tlon ot tbe Oerman-AmertCIL%1 National .Alllenoe
(Deuucbe-Amertkanlac:be Elnllelufront)
Cei"T 1t.n tea l"Ta tarnal Soc let y
Cbl.na Welfare .Appeal, lnc.
Cbopln Cultural Center
Clt lzena Commltl.ee tor B.a.rry Br1d,ea
Clttzena Commltt.ee of tbe Opper Wut Side ( New Torlt City )
Cluzena Com.mlttee to l"'ree l!:arl Browder
Clti.U!D.I Emer&enc:y Oertn.ae CoaJerenc e
Cltlzena Proi.Oetlu Lcarue
Cl'ftl Llbertlea 61J9DIOrLnll Committee ot Pltt.abureb
CIYU Rllbt.a Conve..a and lt.a •mlleted orpnlz&tlona. Lncludl.n&:
ClYU Rl &bt.a CODJM:III tor Te.ua
Vet eran. Aplnat Dt.crlmuatlon of ClYU Rlgh ta Congreu or
New Torlt
CIYU R t.&ht.a Conveu tor Texu (eee CIYU Rl1bt.a Conveul
Colu:nblana
COIDlte Coordlnador Pro Republica l!:apanola
Comlte Pro Derecboa CI•Uea
18ee PuertO Rican COIDlte Pro Llbertadu CIYUes)
Committee t or • DeiDocratlc Fa.r Eaneru Polley
Committee t or Conatltutlonal a.nd Political P'reedom
Commlne e f o r NatloneJI.n Action
Committee t o r Peac e and Brolberbood PeatiYeJ Ln Pblladelphla
Commlttee ro r tbe De!eD.M ot tbe Blx
ComEDltl.ee for tbe Ln tbe A.rU
Committee tor tbe Protection of tbe BW ol Rl&bt.s
Committee for World Tout.b Frteodablp end Cultural l:ltcb&nle
ComiDltt.ee to Aboll.all Dt.cnml.natton Ln lUryla.nd
(SM Apl.n.n Dt.cr11Dl.n&Uo o; lUryland Coupe ..
DlocrtiDinatlon; PrOYIIIOnal CoiDIDitt.ee to Aboll.all
Dlacrlmlntrtlon Ln tbe Sute or Maryl•nd)
Committ.ee to AJd t be l'l&btln& Boutb
Com...mtttee t.O Oetea d M.a.rte Rl cb&rd.OD
Committee to Defend the end F'reedo m
Poll tical Pnaonere
to Uphold tbe BUI or Rl&bta
Commonwealtb Arlcansaa
or Plttaburlb'a
CommUJllJit Party, 0 . 8 . lt.a aubdhlslo na, subaldlar1Cll, and
amlletea
P'ORM 444d
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Communl!!t A.s.soo::t.atlon, lt.ll rubdJvUion.s. nr.b81dlsrtes,
&nd !lm.l!.stea, tnctud.lng:
Alabama People's Educs.ttonat Auoclatlon
Plortda Presa and Educational League
Qk.JahOIU& League !or Pol1tfcal Educatton
People's Educational and of
Vlrgt.ol.a. for Poople'a Educatloo.
Con&Tesa Apln.st Dtscrt.m.lnlotlon
(See Com.mlttee to Abolliih Dt.scrtmln&ttoa ln Mou7lacd)
congres..s of Amertc.an Revolutionary Wrtters
congress ot American Women
Congres.a ol the Unemployed
Coo.necucut Com..mlttee to Aid Vlctlm.a of the Smith Act
Coo.nectlcut State Youth Con!erenca
CouncU !or Jobs, Reller and noualni'
Council !or Pan-AmeriCAn Democra.q
CouncU ot Oreell:: A.tD.ertca.n.a
CouncU on A!rtcan Aaalra
Croatl&n Benevolent P'Taternlty
O&l Nippon Butot\1 Kal (loWltuy VIrtue Society of Japan or ILUJ-
tary' Art Society of Japan)
Dally Worker Press Club
Daniels Committee
Da.nte AJightert Society (berween 1m and lt40)
Denni.s Defense Committee
Detroit Youth AM.et:nbly
Ea.st l!ay Peace Committee
ElaLnore Prog-resalvs League
Em.ergency Conference to San Spani.ab Refugees (found1.nC body
ot the N'orth Amertcan Spanlsh Aid Committee)
Everybody's Cot:nmlttee to OutLaw War
P'amJ.I1ea or the Baltimore Smlth Act Vtctl.ms
F&m111es or the Smith Act Vtctlms
l"e<!erat1on ot Italian war Veten.na In the U.S. A., I..ne. (AMOCta-
Z1one !'{ulonale Ita.llant. Fedenu:tone degil Stat\
Uo.ltl d'Amertca)
l"ln.olsb-Amer1can Mutual Ald. Society
nor1d& Pres.s and Educational (aee CommunU!t Polltlcai
A.s.socla t1on)
Preder1ck Doug!&M Educational Center
P'reedom Inc.
P'rleo.d.s ot the New Germany (l"'reunde Neuen DeutacbJandl!l)
Frtend.s of the Soviet Unioo
QartbaJdl American Pn.ternal Society
aeorge Wa.ahlnl{ton C&rver School. New York City
German-American Bll..D.d ( Amerlk&deutacher Volbbund)
Qennan-Amer1.can Republican Lea;-ue
Q<ennan-Amerlcan Vocatlona.J. LeagUe
 
ouardlan c: ub
Harlem Trade Onion COuncU
Hawall C1vU Ubentes Committee
Belmu.s.ha H:al. also ll::nown a.s N'ot.ubel Helek:1 Olm.UAh& Kat. Zaibet
:-rl!lonjln. Hetyalcu Glmusb& Kal. &lld Z&lbel Betmu,ha Ka1 (Jap-
anese Residing ill Amertc& Mlllta.ry cocsc.rJpt.a AASOCiat10n)
B:ellenlc-Aml!!'rlcan Brotb.erhood
B.J.node Kat (Impert&l Japanes.e Reservist.!)
Hlnomaru Kat ( Rtstng Sun Pl.&lf Society- a group ot Japa..aese
War VeteralU)
Hokubet Zatgo Shake Dan (North Amertcan Reserve Om.cera A..UO-
ei&tlon)
Hollywood Wrttera MobUlzatton !or Doefen.se
aunl{ariAn-Am.ertean COuncU tor Demcx:t"YocCY
S:ungs..rtan BrotherhOOd
Idaho Pec..s1on UD.lon
I.ndependent Party (Beatr..le. Wubl.nij:tOn)
Pe-ople's Party)
Independent People's Party
(See Pany)
Indwtrtal Workera ot the World
Internat.IonaJ L.abor  
International Worke:s Order, tta subdlvl.slow, 5Ub6ld.l..ar1es a.cd
am.tl..atea
Japa.nese Assoctatton of Arnertca
Japanese Oversea.s Society (Katga.l Dobo Cbuo Kat)
Ove.r-..ea.s Convention, Tokyo, Japan, Ilil40
Jap"ne.se Protective A..saoclatton (Recru.l.ttng 0f'¥aninl.tloc)
Jetrersoc. School ot Social Science. New York City
JewLsh Cu.lture Society
Jewl..s.h. CoOlm..lttee
Jewish. People'• Pn.ternal Order
Jlkyoltu Ilnkll (The !or the Crt.sLs)
Jonnsoc.-ll'orest Oroup
(See Job.n.sonttes)
Job.D..&oc 1 te.a
(See Johnson-Fore.at Oroup)
Joi.nt Re!ugee Committee
Joint COuncU oC     Inc.
Joaepb Wedemeyer Bcbool ot Boclal Science, Louia, J.Uasourt
Kibei Se1nen Kat (AMoctAtlon at U. S. Cttl.zen.a of Japaneae An-
cestry who h&Ye returued to America &!ter atudytng 1n Japan 1
Knlght.s of the White Camellla
Ku Khu:: Klan
t.l.so knowu u Z::ytrhaewe.r (K,.abaewer
Bund), Kyt!haeuser FeUowahlp (Kytrhaeuaer Ka.merad:acb.tt.ftl
Kyabaeuser Wa.r Rellet (K:YJ!h.a.euaer Krlegs.blltewert)
Labor CouncU tor
Labor Research A&Wctation, Inc.
Labor Youth League
ror Common Sen5e
League of A.o.ertcan Writers
Llctor SO<:!ety (Itailan Blacll:: Sblrtal
Macedoc.lan-Ameru::an People'• Lea.gue
Marte Morgantln! Cl.Icle
Ma.rtt!rce Labor Com..t::l.ltte<e to Defend Al Lannon
Maryland CongreM Alf&lnst Dtaert::nln.atlon
(See Comrcltte-e to Aboll&b. Dtacr!JDl.natton ln Maryland)
)o(a.:ssacbwetta Committee tor the Blll ot Right&
M&Sll"achusett.s Minute Women tor Peace (not connected wttb the
Ml.nutfl women of the U. S. A .• Inc.)
Ma.urtce Braverman Deten.:se Committee
Michigan ClvU Rl..iht.I!J Federation
Michigan CouncU Cor Pe&ce
Michigan Se.hool of Sr...e!a.I Science
Na.nka. Telkoll::u Ounyud•n {Impertal Wlllt&ry P'r1e-nds Group or
Southern Cailtorn1e. War Vet.erao.!l)
National A.s$0Ciatlon ot Medcao Americans (also ll::nown a.s luoc!a-
clon Me:rlco-Amer!cana)
NA.ttonal BIWI Sta.r Mothers ot America (not to be confuaed wtth
tbe Blue Star M:ltber3 ot • In Februari· 19'\ll
National Cor Freedom o! the Press
National Colnmlttl!'<e   the D<!!'eo.:;e at Pallttcal Pn.soaers
National Committee to Win Amnesty tor Smltb Act Vlct.tm.s
N&t!ona.J. Committee to Win tbe Pea.ce
NatiOnal Conference on Amertcan Polley In China and the Par !:ut
(a Conference called by the Comn=Jttee Cor a Dem.Ocra.tlc 1"a.r
East.ern Polley)
Natton&l Couoctl of A.mertcan.a ot Croattan Ot!«e:nt;
National CouncU at Amer1can-Bov1et l"rtend.ahlp
NattooaJ Federation tor Con!'ltituttonal Liberties
National Labor Contereace for Peace
Na.ttona.J. Negro Congres.s
National Negro Labor CouncU
Natfona.ll&t Action
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  Part;: of Puertu Rico
N&ture F'rteud6 of Amenca. (sl.nce HIJ.$)
Negro La.t>Or. VIctory Committee
New Committee for Publlca.tloru
Nlcblbel Kog-yo K.als.ha (Tbe Great Fujll Theatre)
Nor:.h American Committ-ee to Aid Bpaniab Democracy
Nortb. American Bpanlsb Aid Cor.nmUt.ee
Nortb. Pnlla.delphl& Forum
North wcs".. Japanese A.ssoctatlon
Ohio School or Socl.al Sctencea
Cornmlttee to Defend Pol1tlc&.l Pr1.!!0nen;
Qkla.b.oma League ror PoUtlcal Educatton \&ee CommunlJit
cal ASSOCI a t1oc )
Orlg!na.l aout.bern Klans. Incorporated
Paclftc Northwest L&bor School, Seattle, Wasb.lng-tOc
Pa.lo AltO Peace Club
Partido del Pueblo or Panama (open.ttna 1.n the Canal Zone)
Peace ln!ormatlon Center
Pea.ce Mo'l'ement or Ethiopia
People'a Drama, lnc.
People'a Educational lllld Pre&a AMOC!a.tiOD of Te:r:a.a (ae-e Comm:u·
n1st Pol1tle&l Assoclatlonl
People'• Educational Assoctatton (l.ncorpora.ted under name Loe
Angelea !:ducatlon&.l AMOC1atton, Inc.). &lao known u Peopl•'•
EducauonaJ. center, People'l Unt•en:tty, People'a School
People'r rn.tltute o! Applied Rl:-Uglon
Peoplea (Seattle, Wu.btngtan)
People'& Radio Foundation, Inc.
People's RJghta Pa.ny
Phlla.delph1a Labor commltt.ee tor Negro Rlght.s
Ph.Uadelpbla School o! Socta.l Science and Art
Pboto League (New York City)
Pittsburgh A.rta Club
Po11t1ca.I Pnsoners' Wel!are Committee
Polenta Society or the IWO
ProgreW•e also known u Progrel'lld•e Oer·
rr.an-.-\mer1caw of Chlcago
Proieu..rJan Party or A.mertca
War Veter&na o! the United Btatea. lne.
Provt.slonaJ CommHtee or C1t1Zena for Peace, Southwest Ani&
Provlslona.l Committee on Latl.n American
PTovlslona.I Committee t.o Abollab Dlscrtmlnatlon 1.n tbe State ot
Maryland
(See Committee t.o Ol&crtmlnatlon tn Maryland)
Puerto Rlc&n ComJ.te Pro L1bertadea Cl•Uew (CLC}
(See Comlt.e Pro Derecboa ClvUes)
P..Jert.orrtquenoa Unldoe (Puerto RlcaruJ United)
Quad City Committee for Pea..ce
Queensbrldge Tena.nta League
Re.oluttonuy Workers League
Romanlan-Amer1can Fraternal Boe1ety
Ruu;ian Amertca.n BocJety, Inc.
Bai:ura. Ka.1 (Patrlot1c Soc1etY, or Cherry AMoclatton-compoeed.
of •eterana ot Rusao-Japaneee War)
Sj.muel Ad&mJII Scbool. BOErt.On, Ma..'lSII.cbusetu
SanLa Barbara Forum
Schappell De!er:.u Co=tttee
De!eou
School or Jev.'15b Studies, New York City
Seattle Ubor School, Seattle, Wa.&btngt.On
Serbl&n·America.n :F'rat.ereal Society
SerNan Vidovdan Council
Shinto Temple11 (llmited to StAte 5b1DtO abollahed 1n 1;.{5)
SUver Shirt Legion o! America
Blavlc Councll ot Southern C&lJ.!ornl&
Slovak Workers Society
SlovenJ&n·Amerlcac. Natlol.la.l CouncU
Socla.ll.at Workers Party, lncludlnr A.mertcan Com.m.Jttee !or
peo.an Workers' Rellef
Bokoku Ka.l (F'atherla.nd Society)
Southern Negro Youth Congi-eu
Bulka Sha. (ReDerve omcera As.soctauon, Lee Anrele.a)
Syncuse Women tor Pes.ce
Tom Pal.ne School at Soclal Science, Pb11adelph1&, PeD.D..6ylT&n1a
Tom Pal.ne School o! Westchester, New York
Trade Union CommJttftl tor Peace
(See Tr-ade Un1onl8tl for Peace)
Trade OnlonU;t.s !or Peace
(See Trade Unlonlsta tor Pea.ee)
'I'rt-Btate Ne&TO Trade Uruon CouncU
Ukrainian-American Fraternal Union
Union ot American Croatla.n.a
Union at New York Vetel"''UlJ;
United Amertca.n SpanlBb Ald Committee
United Committee of Jewiab Boclet1ea a.nd La.nd4.ma.nac.b&tt Ped-
eratlons, also known a. Coordlnatton. Com.mlttee o! Je'lli"1ab.
Laods:::J.a.nscha.!t-en and l"ra.terna.l Orga.nJ.t;ation.a
United Committee ot &luth 8lav1c Amertcaw
United Defense Councll o! Southern Ca1Uoru1&
Unlted Harlem Tena.nu lllld Con.umen Orpzllz&tton
United May Day COmmittee
United Negro and Allied Veteran.a ot America
Veterans Againat 0'-'><:rtml:c.atlon ot C1VU RJghU Congreu or New
York (see CtvU Right& Congre&a)
Veteran.s of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
VlrglniA Lea.gue !or People'• Education (see Communt.t Pol1Uca.l
As.soclatlon)
Vo!ce o! Freedom Committee
Wa.lt Wbltman School o! Soclal Bc1ence, Newark, New .Jeney
washingtOn Booksbop Assoclatlon
Wa.ahl.ngtan Committee for Democratic Action
Was!J.lngtOn con:un1ttee to the BUl ot Rlgbt.a
Commonwealth Federation
Washl.ngton Pension Union
WL5consLD Conference on Bocl&l Legtslatton
Worker11 Alliance (since April 193e:l
Ylddtsher Xultur F'arba.nd
Young Commu.nla:t League
Yugoslav-Amertcan Cooperstl'"e Home, Inc.
YugoslaT Seoawen'll Club, Inc.
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CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have read the names of the above llsted organizations.
To t.he best of my knowledge and belle!, I am not, nor have I been a member o!, contributed to, received Uter-
ature from, &Jgned petitions ot or 1D behalf of, or attended meetings o! any organization llsted above, or I.Il1
organization outside the United St.at.es espouslng Communist, Fascist, TotaUtartao or Nazi causes, except as noted
below.
To the best o! my knowledge and belle!, c one of my close relatives are, nor have ever been members o!, con-
trtbut.ed t.o, received Ut.erature !rom, signed petitions of or ln behalf or, or attended meetings or any such organlza-
tlons, except as noted below.
lliSTRUCTIONS
For the purpose of this certi fication, if an applicant or emplovee f.s completing thf.s form, the tenn "close rela-
tive" will ir.ciude spouse, children, parents, brothers, uncles, and aunts.
"Close relati ves" of the spouse, for
thu purpose, wtU include children, parents, brothers, s!sters, uncles, and aunts.
If there are exceptions to this certification, set forth below under Remarks all pertinent information concern-
ing the nature and extent of vour activities or those of vour close relatives in such organizations, including the
names of the organizat ions, dates of membership, meetings attended, titles of positions held, amounts and dates
of contributions, nature of peti tions sifmed jaU:ng tcithin the meaning of the above certiftcation and circumstances
thereof, titles and authors ojlfterature received, and dates on which received.
In e=ceptions concerning relatives, include onlv such information presently known to vou or available from
vour own records:
If necessarv, use additional sheeu and 3ign each sheet.
Write none If there are no exceptions.
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PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT
1. Answer all questions completely. I! question does not apply write "not

able." Write "unknown" only if you do not know the answer and Cannot ob
the answer personal records. Use the blank pages at the end or this form
for extra details on any question_ or questions for which you do not have suffi-
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2. _ 'I)'Pe, or write carefully; illegible or incomplete forms will not receive con-
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HAVE YOU READ AND 'no YOU UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTIONS? Yes
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SEC. 1. PERSONAL BACKGROUND
Telephone:
omce:
Everette Howard Hunt. Jr. Ext.
rtra Wldc1l• Lu\ · • Home: 3.:.6218.
PRESENT ADDRESS 30 Willett street, Albany6, Hew York,'·
8L • l!fo. - • State - - •- OauntQ .
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PERMANENT AboRESS30 -Willett street, Albany 6, irew York, · u;s:·A'·,
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a. NICKNAME i::..:e :;__ ___ WHAT NAMES HAVE Y9u. Eovmrd Htm t
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C. DATE OF BIRTH 10/9/18 - PLACE OF BIRTH      
D. PRESENT CITIZENSHIP --'U:.-::S:..: A:..:.....___ BY BIRTH? __ Y_e_s __ BY M.\RRIAGE? -----
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BY NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE I - ----- ISSUED BY· ------
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HAVE YOU HAD A PREVIOUS NATIONALITY? ; !·
Yes or No • <?ountr7
HELD BETWEEN WHAT DA TEB? ___ ---ANY OTHER NATIONALITY? --::-----
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HAVE YOU TAKEN STEPS TO CHANGE PRESENT CITIZENSHIP? No GIVE PARTICULARS:
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·poRT OF ENTRY? ----- ON PASSPORT OF WHAT COUNTRY? --------
LAST VISA
Numt:er Type Pl-..ce oC U,:s·,;e Do.te of Issue
SEC. 2. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
AGE ___ );..LQ"--- SEX __ HEIGHT 5
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EYES Blue
HAm Brown COMPLEXION Fair scARS right eyebrow
BUILD !'edium
OTHER DISTINGUISHING FEATURES --"N'-'o"-'n=e __________ _
- SEC. 3. MARITAL STATUS
A. BINGLE -"X.__ __ MARRIED. ---- DIVORCED
STATE DATE, PLACE, AND FOR ALL SEPARATIONS, DIVORc!;:s'ORANli1JLIIE:N.TS ·---'-.

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B. WIFE OR HUSBAND MENTS- USE A SEPARATE SHEET FOR FORMER WIFE OR HUSBAND
GIVING DATA REQUIRED BELOW FOR ALL PREVIOUS MARRIAGES.>
NAME OF SPOUSE
not a'J::>licable
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PLACE AND DATE OF ------------------------------
HIS (OR HERJ ADDRESS BEFORE MARRIAGE --,;:--:::-c::c:----:::cc-----::-:--,-----,_.:_--
st. & No. Ct'tJ' State CoUDtrJ'
LIVING OR DECEASED ----- DATE OF DECEASE ----- CAUSE -----
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS
st. & !'fc. CltJ Count.z"y
DATE; OF BIRTH ------ PLACE OF BIRTH --=:----=-:-::------,:c--,----
Clty State Country
IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY------------
cmZENSHIP ------- WHEN ACQUIRED? ------- WHERE?
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EMPLOYER'S OR BUSil'iESS ADDRESS -;;:-,;:-;;;::-----;:;;:-::----=-:-::--------;,...---,--
st. & No. ctty State Coun'try

MILITARY SERVICE FROM ----,=-c--- TO _____ BRANCH OF f:lERVICE -------
Date
COUNTRY ------------ J:?ETAILS OF OTHER OOV'T. SERVICE, OR FOREIGN
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CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
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SEC. 5. FATHER <<?lve the information for stepfather and/or gu.ard1.an   sheet)
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DATE OF BIRTH 13Dec t 88.
CITIZENSHIP USA WHEN ACQum.ED? Birth WHER.E?
City au t.e eoun 1.z7
OCCUPATION Lawyer
LAST EMPLOYER _S=e=1=-f __________ _
EMP:t.OYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS 11 lolorth Pearl St ,A1bany,N. V., YSA
8:. & No. City Count17
MILITARY SERVICE FROM 1916
TO 1918
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BRANCHOFSERVICEA.ir Service, SC
COUNTRY ---=U:..;:SA==------ DETA.n.S OF OTHER GOV'T SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN.
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SEC. 6. MOTHER (Give the same information for stepm?ther on a separate. sheet)
FULL ______________
Ftrst Wddle Las\
LIVING OR DECEASED L1_v1 ng DATE OF DECEASE---- CAUSE---------
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st. & No. · cny Sta'- eounu-y
MlLITARY SERVICE FROM---- TO---- BRANCH OF SERVICE-------
COUNTRY --------- DETAILS OF OTHER :OOV'T U.ll. OR FOREIGN.
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CITIZENSHIP -----,---- WHEN ACQUIRED? ----- WHERE? -;=:--;;;:=--=---
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OCCUPATION EMPLOYER-----------------
   
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LIVING OR DECEASED -----DATE OF DECEASE ---,- CAUSE
PRESENT, OR ADDRESS __   __
St.. & No. C1t7 State . :0:.- ..
PLACE OF BIRTH ---:---::----·_ • .:_-' __ -,_· :_·_·_:·_::-
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DATE OF BIRTH------
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IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY
CITIZE.>;SHIP -----WHEN ACQUIRED? -,---,.::•·:..·_·· __ WRERII:? • •
LAST . '.:_
OCCUPATION
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SEC. 10.
ADDRESS
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St. 41 No.
Ct<7
2. NAME--------------
RELATIONSHIP

ADDRESS
St. & No.
Ct<7
CY.nZENSHIP
RELATIONSHIP
3. NAME AGE---
CITIZENSHIP -------
ADDRESS
St..&: No. Ct'7 8 t&A Coun t:r7
SEC. 11. RELATIVES BY BLOOD OR MARRIAGE IN THE MILITARY OR CIVIL SERVICE OF.·
THE U.S. OR OF A FOREIGN GOVERNMENT.
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE (IF KNOWN)
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DATES ATTENDED 1924-1932
Ct ty s t.& I.e Cowl t.ry
GRADUATE?
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• CHy St.& te !". u.ctzy
ATTENDED ..... 3:..:::6:;...._ ___ ·__;_·....__ GRADUATE? _ _.Y""'e:o..: s=------'LL_...,_ __
COUEGE 2rown University Providence 12, s.r.l vSA
C\ty st.& te Country
.. DATES ATTENDED l=-<-9 .... ____ ----:-__ - DEGREE A • B •
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COLLEO E ·. -et=cy------=sta:-:-te-------=eoun:---lrJ-
DATES ATTENDED DEGREE
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REMARKS:
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SELECTIVE SERVICE BOARD NliMBER Uone
ADDRESS _______________ __
IF GIVE
HiDICAT.E UE.\ffiEnSH IP IN MILITARY RESERVE ORGAN IZATIOSS
not a pulicable
SEC. 14. CHRONOLCGICAL IDSTORY OF DvfPLOYMENT FOR PAST 15 YEARS. ACCOUNT
FOR ALL PERIODS. INCLUDE CASUAL EMPLOYMENT. INCLUDE ALSO PERIODS
OF UNEMPLOYMENT. GIVE ADDRESSES AND STATE WHAT YOU DID DURING
PERIODS OF UNEMPLO'Y:'v!ENT. LIST LAST POSITION FIRST.
ro :;_ .. . · ·=- ·.: / \_
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..,;_·..:::-. -.:.':i--:7"·. EMPLOYING FIRM oR AGENCY Econcmic C-ooperation Adr.lini s tra tion
-. ; st; Floren tin, ·1'. -.. .·
,. ·. ;. ·· .. ·.' ·:· state Fleming
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TITLE oFioB-. U.S ;Media Specialist
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for Ambas sador
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ADDRESS Rockefeller Plaza, New York, ;;ew vork. USA
ln. &: No. Clt7 St.o.te- •
., KIND OF BUSI:.<:ss Publishing NA..\l:E OF SUPERVISOR T)an LoncreJ.J
TITLE oF JOB War Correspondent SALARY s isq. ·. · PER
YOURDVTIES Re or't on South Pacificcannai :Jj/.  
REASONS FOR LEAVWG tarv s·ervice
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FROM October, 1942 TO January,· 1943
E:\fPWYING niL>d 9R AGENCY The !Jarch of Tilne T.nc.) .. l\
ADDRESS 369 r,;;ington Avenue, P.ew York York. .
_ St.&: No. cur Bt&te _ . '7-- _ Country \- ·
KINJ:?_Q_F BUS.L'<ESS documentary lms oF sUPERVIS9nr&uls. de Rochemont
writer .
"ra '
YOUR write Naval training films and assist ori inoritbl.!'
·.relea_ae.
e01llbat- ·.
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REASONS FOR LEAVTNG Qnnortuni ty to return to a
zone for LIFE.
4. FROM _______ TO-----------
•.
E.\fl'LOYING FIRM OR
ADDRESS
St. &: No. C1tJ St.&te Country
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KIND OF BUSL';'ESS ---------- NAME OF SUPERVISOR --------.--
TITLE OF JOB--------------- SALARY ! _____ PER-----
YOl'R DUTIES
REASONS FOR LEA VTNG
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EMPLOYING FIRM OR AGENCY ---------'-----:--:------,------j'':-=-::_
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st. & No. CU.J' State Country
KIND OF BUSINESS----------- NAME OF SUPERVISOR--------
TITLE OF JOB--------------
$ ______ PER ---"---
YOUR DUTIES
REASONS FOR LEAVING -----------------------------
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SEC. l 5. HAVE YOU .EVER BEEN DISCHARGED OR ASKED TO' RESIGN FROM ANY FOSITION?
HAVE YOU LEFT A POSITION UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES WHlCH YOU DESIRE TO -
EXPLAIN? GIVE DETAILS :
.: . .......
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SEC. 16. GIVE FIVE CHARACTER REFERENCES- IN THE U.S.- WHO KNOW- YOU INTI- ·
MATELY- (GIVE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS ADDRESSES WHERE POSSffiLE.) . -.., . ·
. . . . - - . . -. . . -_. . - - . ::;; .: :/ -
. · • • · ·. · . 6lreet and Number · ' _ . City:-· --· · - : .'-
1. TIT". Uurra:y, Sfuous e BUS. ADD. state Bank oi Than:y, _-n -- .-:. _ .. :. -.
.. -..... ..: - -;.:. ,.:.". _ .. · REs. state - stz:.fX)t!    
• . • ..2. 't'T. Cbester T. Eubbe11 Ltl!:lber
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SEC. 17.
__ _ _ _ . _ RES. ADn.Loudonv1lle,- New __ /.
1. Westmore Willc-ox Bus. ADo.'68- william S.t =., • ·
4. T)r. Bruce Bicelow
5. Dr, P, • Hoyes
RES. End Y. /
BUS. ADo.arown University, ?rovidence,B.I.
RES. ADo.Bro?m Universitv, B.Iy
BUS.
RES. ADD. 4 n hony St., 3.?rovidence,R.I,
NAMES OF FIVE PERSONS WHO KNOW YOU SOCIALLY IN THE UNITED STATES-
NOT REFERENCES, SUPERVISORS OR EMPLOYERS - (Give residence and business ad-
dresses where possible.) - ·
. . Stren ouu1 Numbv C\tJ • • _- • ·.:·"- · /
1. ,Archibald Douslas. J11-ws. ADo.120 :=roadway, i!ew 'York. ljew York
RES. ADD.455 E.S?th St., J.few York; N,Y. /
2
. P"on, '-·acNeil Mitchell · BUS. ADo.36 \'7, Lilith Street, York, NY
· - RES. ADo.l37 Sast 38 th St., Uew York, NY _/_- -
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BldJ3.s ','7ashin:;ton, D. · c.
. RES. ADD.3..!.1 Oue _ t., ··:ashine;ton, DC . /
.. Robert . G. liorth BUB. ADo.l.71.9 north ::ccadden Place. Hollywood
RES. ADo.3947 Fredonia Dr , ,Ho1lyw:ood,Cal,

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. Haj. J.K. Singlaub BUS. ADo."L" Bld-r:- ., ·.-:-ashington, D. C. /
.RES. ADD.5509 Job.nson Ave,, Bethesda, Md,
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SEC. 18. GIVE THREE NEIGHBORS Rr YOUR LAST NORMAL RESIDENCE IN THE U.S.- (Give
residence and business addresses where possible.) ·. _
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. ctty
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1. Davis
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· 2. Vr . ?eter
7
1 ernan,
s. Bishop F. L. Barry_
SEC. 19. BACKGROUND · ...
A. ARE YOU ENTIRELY DEPENDENT ON YOUR SALARY? lio . IF NOT, STATE SOURCESi-::-:_
":.J __ OTimR INCOME Royal ties from· book pub11 .: · · -::: · ·:- ...
·. --_-.... _ . B .•   AND ADDRESSES WITH WHICH YOU HAVB AOCQIDfl:S.'·. ••.  
· .: ·· State Bank of Albany, NY -·,.. · - :- -. ' ·. ·-  
C. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN, OR PETITIONED FOR., BANKRUPTCY? No · -;- -·· · ·"3.
GIVE PARTICULARS, INCLUDING COURT: . ·nat_ appl1 ...
- . -: - · ;.. ....... .. , ... _ • "':"' ...... ... ' ·,#-
SEC. 20.
D. GIVE THREE CREDIT REFERENCES- IN THE U.S.. • .- -::.. ';,: - . _
1
. NAME Brooks ADDRESS !:adison Ave, ,New. YOrk;·, .NY
St. & No. C1C7 ,.. .. • .
2. NAME Abercro::1bie Fitch
3. - NAME Hotels Statler
ADDRESS !'adis on Avenue, New Ytirkt, NY . · -
St. & No. C1t7 .. tate .
ADDRESS lf e w York, "e11 ya,.-k
St. & No. C1C7 State
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RESIDENCES FOR THE P M3T 15 YEARS
:::-- .. .. .,. , "" .-
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a ':' I1J, e'"t stre-et, .. lb&nv 5, "'tr :i. · .
at. No. ctC7 . · OOWl5;J , .
125 ranca. ster Ave., Buffalo. N.Y., .
8t. No. C1C7 OouDt:ry
FROM 1 9l:J TO 'Prese:::Jt
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FROM , 9;7 TO
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FROM
J ciJ 8
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TO 1937
35 l'a'Jle b. venue, !-:a-::Jburg, New York, USA
tit. No. C1C7 Ooun1;17
FROM· TO
..st. No.
• :a,. • - : -
ctq 81£1£
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FROM TO
St. No • .- CIC7
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TO
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8t. No.
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C1C7
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St. No.
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C1C7 Oounl;l7

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SEC. 21. RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL O"QTSIDE OF THE _UNITED STATES ··-:
0
A. FROM .Ilme '39 TO Sept .,· 1.939 · Europe Pleasure . · -
cttJ or • OountrT Pwl)OM
FROM!·ercb rl·?TO.Ill]y; • nexico· Guq;renheim Fellowship .· . .
_ .:-
1
cttJ or &cUon • • _ . _. . . Oountl7 _ · ...... ....- -;
-·· · FROMJlmetl·B TO Peb. •u9 Burope • •
. • . I cttt_ oz- Sec:t.IOD •r -· . OountrT • ' • .... _,_.. • •
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B. LAST U.S. PASSPORT-NUMBER, DATE, AND PLACE OF ISSUE:
10 June, 1948,
HOW MANY OTHER U.S. PASSPORTS HAVE YOU HAD? ____ GIVE APPROXIMATE.
DATES:
:.:ay, 1939 January, 1943
PASSPORTS OF OTHER NATIONS:
SEC. 22. CLUBS, SOCIETIES .AND.OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
LIST NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ALL CLUBS, SOCIETIES, PROFESSIONAL SOCIEIIES,
EMPLOYEE GROUPS, ORGA."'IZATIONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDE MEMBERSHIP IN, OR SOl'·
PORT OF, ANY ORGANIZATION HAVING HEADQUARTERS OR BRANCH IN A FOREIGN COUN-
TRY) TO WIDCH YOU BELONG OR HAVE BELONGED:
1 Psi Fraternitv, Bps11on; Providence, o,T
Namf' and Chapter St. & No. C1t7 State Country
DATES OF MEMBEru:iHIP: February 1937 to _nresent
2. Bro>m Universitv Club; 86 Park }Ter York, N"V, USA
Nnmf' and CbApter St. &: No. C1ty St&\e Count1"7
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: ______________ _
3. A,my f; Club, 1627 "I" St., 6, n c., USA
Name and Chapter Bt. & No. C1ty State Coun:try
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: June, 1948 to present
4. ""'ort Club, 110 Washins:;ton Aye., Albany 6, 11 v. , USA
Namf' and Cbapt.er · -St. & No. CttJ Bt:.&te Country
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: February, J 9/>6 to present
s. Albanv Country Club, Albany 3,   USA
Name and Chapter St. & No. CltJ Bt&te Country
-
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: ;'av, 1947 to NOvember,  
6. Authors League of ;..:nerica. 6 E. 39th st., new York, N.V,, USA
Name and Chapter £· :A 0' . CiQ ..,w State- Countr7
DA OF :MEMBERSHIP:   --------------'---
7. Screen .. ,riters Guild, 1-655 Forth
Name &l"J'"' o- , ... - c:::r & l'Jo City St&t.e... CVu.1.:ltry
8.

DATES OF ME:.IBERSillP: 1"---'Q"-) ______________ _
American Legion, Fort Orange Post,
1942
to present
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Albany,
N.Y.,
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USA
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SEC. 23 .. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
..
A. FOREIGN LANGUAGES (STATE DEGREE OR PROFICIE.NCY AS "SLIGHT'" "FAIR" OR
"FLUENT")
LANGUAGE Snanish SPEAK slight · READ fluent WRITE fair
LANGUAGE French SPEAK -=f..;:a:..:ir=---- READ fluent WRITE slight
,,
.. LANGUAGE German
SPEAK------ READ slight
WRITE -.,:,..---------
. AND HOBBIES WHICH INTEREST_ INDICATE,D._EGREE OF PROFI-
,.
_:.

Tennis fair
-·'
Trap shoot'ing - good
.. :.T.
. . - - . --
.. . ,: -· 'C. HAVE YOU ANY QUA.LJ:F:lCATIONS, AS A RESULT OF TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE, WHICH
MIGHT FIT YOU FOR A PARTICULAR POSITION? .
.. ...... . .:- ,_
. ·-
Wartime OSS service as CBI Reoorts Officer
Graduate AAF Combat Intelligence School
•.
. tee turer on Psycholoo:i cal :arfare at staff Cell e;;e
.•.. - . , __ . BELOW THE NA..:.ms OF GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS, AGENCrEs OR OFFICES
'-- - : .. ._-:"" <-:_·- .. -WinCH YOU HAVE APPLIED FOR EM:PLOYMENT SINCE 1939: "
.... ·-- -- .. - ' _,_ __ -,-- ·-
"; . ;:- . . - -. :·
·;-: Economic Cooperation Adm1 n1 stre t1
-- : _-:-,-"!- -
TO
.--:. :'7··"'·=-···-o::-. --=--';.·:-=-·=----::.:-:..' ·:..· ·:-:----:---:-------------------
: -- ,.. . .
-.
- -· E. IF, TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE, ANY OF THE ABOVE HAS CONDOcrED AN INVESTIGATION OF
._ - < .:.; · YOU INDICATE BELOW THE NAME OF THAT AGE.NCY AND THE APPROXIMATE DATE OF
  .. .
-
?}S-     __________ ---:-_____ .....,-______ _
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FROM
TO
C1ty or
CoUDtrJ
FROM
TO
C1ty or Countr)'

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B. LAST U.S. PASSPORT- NUMBER. DATE. AND PLACE OF ISSUE:
Diplo::-.atic 1L267
1
10 June, 1948, 'i'iashim;ton
HOW MANY OTHER U.S. PASSPORTS HAVE YOU HAD? ____ GIVE APPROXIMATE·
DATES:
:.:ay, 1939 January, 1943
,
PASSPORTS OF OTHER NATIONS:
SEC. 22. CLUBS, SOCIETIES .AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
..
LIST NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ALL CLUBS, SOCIETIES, PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES,
EMPLOYEE GROUPS, OROA.."'IZATIONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDE MEMBERSHIP IN, OR SUP-
PORT OF, ANY ORGANIZATION HAVING HEADQUARTERS OR BRANCH IN A FOREIGN OOUN-
TRYl TO WElCH YOU BELONG. OR HAVE BELONGED:
1. Psi ?raternitv, Bpsilon; Providence, ITSA
Namr &.nd ct;.apt.cr St. &: No. cttJ State CounU")'
DATES oF MEMBEJUOHIP: February 1937 to nresent
Universit"' Club• 86 "Park 've P,e..., Yo .. k, .. r-,v,, TI"A
2 . .::;"· "" I • M•1 ._.L. -'-'-- 1> • •• -=>-
Name aod Chapur St.. & No. Cay Bt.ak COuntry
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP:
3. Arpv f: J;ayy Club, 1627 "I" St. 1 6, D,C , USA
Name a.nd Chapter St. & No. City State Countzy
DATES OF 1-!EMBERSHIP: JW1e
0
1948 to present
4
. -:-ort Orange Club, 110 '.'lasbineton Aye., Albany 6, 1;,v., USA
Name and Chapter · St. & No. CU.y St&t.t Countr"J
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: February, 19)>6 to present .
5
. Alba.nv Country Club, Albany 3, li'.Y.,
No.me and Chapter St. & No. C1tJ Bta.to
USA
Country
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP: !'av, 1947 to November, 19h8
s. Authors League of' Ai:lerica, 6 E. 39th St., New York, !1
1
,v., USA
Name and Cbe.ptt>r
5
' ... IICI -· St&teo Count:r"J
OF MEMBERSHIP: l,;,_;:O'bh2h<. '=--"t.,o,__n=r"'e'-"s'-'e'-'nd.t..,_· --------------,--
7
. Screen ... rite_r_s Guild, 1:655 Forth r:bero'lree,Follypoon,r:e1 .,USA_
Name lion-' o- ;1•e- :;r & Ng Ctty State C.:>u.utry
... .,.
DATES OF MID.ffiERSSIP: :..' 7i-,;,t.;.OL..-,))».Lrcs;ec::Scs8:un.J..t.lL.... ______________ _
8. American Legion, Fort Orange Post, Albany, N.Y., USA
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to present
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SEC. 23 .. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
. .
A. FOREIGN LANGUAGES !STATE DEGREE OR PROFICIENCY AS "SL!GHT .. "FAIR" OR
"FLUENT"!
LANGUAGE
Snanish SPEAK slight
READ
fluent
WRITE
fair
LANGUAGE
French
SPE."Ul:
fair
READ
fluent
WRITE
slight
..
.. LANGUAGE
Germ.an
SPEAK READ
slight
WRITE -----

. , AND HOBBIES WHICH INTEREST INDICATE DEGREE OF PROF!-
,.
.: __          
Tennis fair
. -· ...
Trap shooting - good
. ..'r.
-·'C. HAVE YOU ANY QUALIFICATIONS, AS A RESULT OF TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE, WHICH
-.
-
MIGHT FIT YOU FOR A PARTICULAR POSmON? .
.;_·.t· .. • ........ ; •. .;._- •.
Wartime OSS service as CB1 Renorts Officer
Graduate AAF Combat Intelligence School
Lecturer on Psycholodcal :s.rfare at Staff Colle;;e
-- '
.. • _ BELOW THE NA.\!ES OF GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS, AGENC:u:.s OR OFFICES TO
;_ .. : .. _ _;·; ./ • ,;_..:.• . -WHICH YOU HAVE APPLIED FOR EMPLOYMENT SINCE 1939: '
. _;:
"> ·:-.· -. • coorerat1on A.d"m1n1strati'on
• -- . . ·.' --.:. ,- "? _- -
___
- .
-.. .. - ·,.c --·
. - IF, TO YOUR ANY OF THE ABOVE HAS CONDUCTED AN OF
_,- -: •• · ·. -._;_: YOU, INDICATE BELOW THE NAME OF THAT AGENCY AND THE" APPROXIMATE DATE OF
.>'• -; _ . . _ .
: ,'_,: Off'ice of' Strate:;ic Services !2ei::e::lber. 191Ji··--
"icA Jnne_. 19/tS
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12
SEC. 24. :.!ISCELLANEOUS
A. DO YOU ADVOCATE OR HAVE YOU EVER ADVOCATED; OR ARE YOU NOW OR HAVE YOU
E\'ER BEE:-1 A MEMBER OR. OR HAVE YOL' SUPPORTED Al'iY POLITICAL PARTY OR OROANI-
WHICH ADVOCATES THE OVERTHROW OF OUR CONSTITUTIONAL FORM OF GOV-
IN THE UNITED STATES' .
IF ··'I.<:S", EXPLAIN: ______________________ _
B. DO YOU USE, OR HAVE YOU USED, INTOXICASTS'   _____ IF SO, TO WHAT
EXTENT?
C. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ARRESTED, INDICTED OR CONVICTED FOR ANY VIOLATION OF
LAW OTliER THAN A MJNOR TRAFFIC VIOLATION? IF SO, STATE NA.\fE OF COURT,
CITY. STATE, COUNTRY. NATURE OF OFFENSE AND DISPOSITION OF CASE:
D. HJ\ VE YOU EVER BEEN COURT-MARTIALED WHILE A MEMBER OF THE ARMED FORCES?
IF ANSWER IS "YES," GIVE DETAJLS BELOW:
0
SEC. 25 PERSON TO BE NOTIFIED IN CASE OF EMERGENCY:
SEC. 26. YOU ARE INFOR.."v1ED THAT THE CORRECTNESS OF ALL STATh'&.ENTS 1\tADE HERE-
IN WILL BE INVESTIGATED.
ARE THERE ANY UNFAVORABLE INCIDENTS IN YOUR LIFE NOT MENTIONED ABOVE W!-UCH
MAY BE DISCOVERED IN SUBSEQUENT INVESTIGATION, WHETHER YOU WERE DIRECTLY
INVOLVED OR NOT, WIDCH MJGHT REQUIRE EXPLANATION? IF SO, DESCRIBE. IF NOT, AN-
SWER"NO." •
SEC. 2'7 I CERTIFY THAT THE F'JREGOING ANS¥lERS ARE TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE
BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, AND I AGREE THAT ANY MISSTATEMENT
OR OMISSION AS TO A MATERIAL FACT WILL CONSTITUTE GROUNDS FOR IM-
MEDIATE DISMISSAL OR REJECTION OF _MY APPUCATION.
. SIGNED AT • 7ce.-' DATE :?;7 /j?;. /Pytf>'
, • 7 t r'l'/_ r-Y:/

f) Wltn•• B!<natun ot Applie&;;t / •
!/Yf/l'{b. l?:f·., L, IJJf·- - .
USE THE FOLLOWING "AGES FOR EXTRA DETAILS. NUMBER ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER
OFTHEQUESTIONTOWIDCHTHEY RELATE. SIGN. YOUR NAME AT THE END OF THE ADDED
MATERIAL. IF ADDITIONAL SPACE IS REQUIRED USE EXTRA PAGES THE SAME SIZE AS
THESE AND SIGN EACH SUCH PAGE. .
ll;..
Time unaccounted for in the was
. either in College, Hili tary or Naval service or in
writing.--:_
spent
creative
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14; 1. salary stated is inclusive of allowances,,
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22.
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To date I have published 4 novels, one of which deals in
-oart with OSS ac ti vi ties in Europe and the par East during
t:--,e war. In past years I have contr_ibuted to L"IBERTY, TEE
:s·;;   and cos::oPOLITAI1. t!y royal ties yield me an
average of a year above mv salary. A fifth novel
-is to be published in Ausust, 19G.9, and this year an esti- ..
ted 1 million copies of two books in pocket editions will-
be in circulation.
American War Correspondents Association, 13 West 54th street,
York, New York
At the request of the Allied High for Austria,
Lt. Gen. Geoffrey r:eyes, I was plaCBd on assignment in
Vienna to the EGA Special Liission for the purpose of_ writing
and producing an official u.s. documentary film directed at
the elements of Austria, and specifically .
toward Austrian labor groups. The film has received wide
distribution in all Allied zones except the Russian Zone,
and-its showing at the Vienna Fair, I have been
17as the subject of an official Russian protest.- I was. ·
solely responsible :for the creation o:f this :film, :.!IT·
VER2IN'I':SN RP.AEFTEN.
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PERSONAL RIBTORY STATEMENT- <Appendix IJ
below are names of organ!zatloiU ldentlned by the Attorney General, under his re3pons1blllty Pllr5"WUlt to
Executive Order 10450, dated 27 April 1953, to Uat the names ot each foreign or domestlc organization, B.&soclatlon,
movement, gToup or combination ot persons whlch he designates as Totalitarian, Fa.aclst, Commun.13t, or subver&Jn,
or as having adopted or having shown a policy ot advocatl.ng or approving the commission ot acta ot torce or 'f'io-
lence to deny others their rtghta under the Con.&t.Jtution or the Un.Jted States, or as seek:l.ng to alter the torm ot
government ot the United Statea by unconstitutional means.
Each applicant or employee and spo\1.5e (lf any) must reView the following list ot organizations tor certl11cat1on
purposes, and sign on the last page.
A b r&he.m L1Jlooln B 1'1&'-.c1e
A b1'11Jl&m UnoolD 8c.bool, DllDOl.l
Ac I loa CommJ t tee to PTee 8p&ln Ncnr
Alab&m.a Peopl o· a lll:oducaUOnal A.aoc.I&UOn (- Comm\lD.Ut PoliU-
cal A.l.socla UOD )
  for m Tucoala'l't&. IDe.
Amerle&a Bn.n.cb of tho h<lenr.Uoa ot Greek Oalon.a
AmeriC&D Cbrta"Ua.ll Natlon.a.Un Ptt.ny
American Ocmm.tttoe for Jl:w'opeaQ Worker.' Bellat <- 8oc1alJn
Worlcera Ptt.ny)
AJDer1ca.n Commlttee foe Protec:Uou ol P'ore:lcD 8orD
A1Der1C&D Co:nmlttee tor 81)&Jllab
A.mertc:&n Coa>JxUu.oe for tbe Settlement ot J...,.. LD Blrobl4Ja.n. I.ac
American OommJnee B&Uaf, Jlao.
AJDertca.n Commlttee to Labor C0Dc11Uon.a tD Jtun)pe
American Coune1l tOT a Oemoc:n.Uo tonneriJ' laiO'ItU U tho
Greet AJDCT1c&n Coune1l; Oreok AIDertcan Commlt\.M tor l'a-
tloaal Unle,.
Amencan Coundl oa 8oY1e'
American Croaua.n
J...nab Labar Oounc:fl
AJDerlcan ApUut War a.nd J"aac.1.sm
Amertc:&n Loacuo for PeAce a.nd Oem()Cn.CJ'
AIDertcan Labor Pare,.
Amer1c:&n Nauon&l Boci&Ust
Am e rtc:&n N a UotlAl 8oc1a.l.1.n Part)'
Natloa.&U.n Pa.rt7
American P&tr1ou. I.Jlc.
American
Am e r1.ca a P-.ce :W 0 b U l..za tlOD
AJDertca.n Polee tor Peace
AJDorlca.n Pollah Labor Council
Amer1C&D Pol.l.l.b t..eacue
American Reeeue Ship W&s!OD ( a proJect ot the Ua.1t.c1 Amerle&D
8pLa.lah A ld Comm.l ttee)
Amerlcan-Rua:!An Pratern&l Society
Amer\C&D Ru.sa:1ul I.atrtltute, l'ew Yorlt, &leo lalown ae tbe Amori-
C&ll R\1li.Sla.n ln.atltute tor Cultun.l wtth the
On lou
American Rus:sl&D In.IJtitute. Ph1ladalph1a
AJDer1C&D RUU1AD In.IJtitute ot 8IUl Pranel.lco
Am e rlc:&n R ws1a.n In.IJt1 tllt.e of 80u th eru Calif ora.1a., Loa An&elee
Amerlea.n 81&•
American Women for Peace
American Youth
AJDeriC&D Youth tor DemOCI'CJ'
Armen.la.n Pioc:reashe League ot Amerle&
Auoel&ted JOa.na of Amerte&
Aaaoe!AUOD ot Ooorgta B:la.na
..r..a..oe1a U<n> ot 0 enn o.n No. Uon.o..la ( P.elelad eu toebo Ve re Ln.II'UJ).&)
.luala.nd-()rpnlsaUon der N8DAP. O•eraea. Bnr.ncb of M&%1 P&re,.
&I tlmore Porum
BenJamin Dtr..U J"'nedom Ootnm.ltt.oe
Bl&elc Dracon 80clety
Boorton 8c.b00l for !llArJ::1n 8tuc1Ju. Wuacl:iu.ae'ta
De!rll.M Committee
BuJp.rt.a.n American Peopl e ' a Lucue ot U.. OaJte<t Of
.&.mer1ca
Ca.ILforn!a OefenM Coaunlt\.M
Call!ornl& Labor Bcbool, 321 Dl'f1Ac1e:o 8tnet, P'n.lldaoo,
Call..fornla
C&rJ!atho-RuuJAJ:I People'• SOcletJ'
Ce.at:nll Oo\mell ot Amer1e&ll WomeD ot Oroatta.n Oe.ccnt, aao
ltllowu ae Cenl.nll Counell of American Croatlan Worneu, Na-
Uon.al CoWlell of CroaU&n Women
Oe.ntno.l Jai)&Jloao AaociatlOD (Bolkoku Chuo MPPGDJin Jtal)
OantnJ Jai)&Jl- AMoeS&UOD ot BouUiern Oalltorn1&
OentnJ Orp.nlzaUon ot the Oorma..a-Amarlcan Alliance
  Jnnhelt.lltront)
Cena.n tea Pratern&l 8oc1ee,.
Cblna We.llare Inc.
Chopin Cui tunJ Cen c.e:r
C1 t.1z.eia COm.m.lttee for lia.rrJ'
Cltaen. Com.m.tt t.ee ot the Upper Weot Bide (New York C1ey)
C1 Uun.a Com.m.t nee to J"roee E.arl Browder
CtUuna l:meJ"Ktac,. De!en.ae
C1t.1z.ela ProteeU YO
CI.U Llben.lu 8pcmao1"1q Com.mlttee Of Ptttabu,._b
C1 rtJ Rl ta Co nc-r- a.nd 1 ta • au 1a r.ed orp.a.U;a Uoa&. l.ncl u dla 11: :
C1•U Coll.&l'CA tor Tuu
Vetei"&,DA Ap.lD6t Dl.lertmlnatlon ot C1rtl B.lcbt.a Coasn• ot
New York
C1TU J\4hta CoD&TeU tor Texa.a (aee ChU R4bta Coap-eaa)
Columbiana
Coaute Cool"dla&dor Pro Republica Eapa.nola
Comlte Pro Derecbo. C1•Uee
C8ee Puerto Rican Oomlte Pro Llbertadu C1•Ues)
CommJnee tor a Democnr.tlc Fv !!uUI'l) Polley
Committee ror Con.atltutloaal a.nd Political J"reedom
CommJttee f or Natlonalln Action
Com.m.lttee tor P-.:e a.nd BroUierbOOd Pe.tl•&l m PbUadelpbl&
CommJttee tor the DefeDM Of the Pltt&bUJ'II:b 8lz
CommJtteo t or the N8I;TO 1.n the Art&
CommJtteo tor tho ot the BW ot RJrbte
Oom.m.lttee tor World Youth P'rlendahlp and CUJtun.l I!Xcban19
C<nnmlttee to Abollab DtacrtminaUon la Wa.ryla.nd
(Bee COasnM ApJnn Dtacrtmi.DAtlcm; Uaryla.nd Coarr-
D'-:r1=1n&tloa; PrortaloD&l Com.m.ltt.ee to Abollah
Dl.aoc:rtmlnat1on In tho 8 tate ot M&ryl and)
Com.m.lttee to AleS tho 8ouUI
CommJttee to Oefead loL&.rle Rlcbard.eon
com.mJtte<t to Defend the Rlcbta a..nd P'rftc1om of Pltt.&bUf'lb·a
PoUt1cal Prtaoaen
Comm1tt.ee to Upbold the BW of
eo=oawe.JUI Collece. Men&. Arll:aasu
P&re,. . 0 . 8 . A . • lt.a aubdl•Uioaa. INbaldliLTiu. a..nd
a.m.J.1& \.M
OSK PRKVI008 Jmrt"'O.Pl'B
-1- (4)
PoUllcoJ A£socl&Uon, IU .ubdlnalon.e, .ubalc11a.r1M,
a.nd us. lnct udll1c :
Al&ba.ma People' e Xdue&tloot.l A.uoc:L&tlon
Plortda Prua and Edue&tloot.l
Leacu• tot Polltle&l Education
People ' • Educauonal Uld Prea ot TenA
V'lz'IUl1& t.eacue tor Poople'a Educauon
Concr- Ap!Iut Dbcrtm1n&Uon
(6« Comm.ltt.H to Aboll.lb LD
Concr- ol Amn1a.J3 Wrttere
Conc:r- of A.me.r\Gan WomeJl
ot Ule
Co1l..lle<:Ucut Commltt.H to Aid VlcUma of Ula 15mlth Ace
eon.ne.:Ucut 8tau TouUl Con!uence
OouncU ten Jot., BAllet and RO'\l.dq
Cou.n.eU ten Pa.n-A.mer1ca.Zl O.mocr&cy
Counc:U ol Oreek A.merlcaJY
0ounaU oa Atr1cul Ua.llw
CToada.D B«nntllent P'ratemltF
0&1 Nlppon Butolru lt.t.l (WilltalT Vlrtua 8oc1aty ot or Will·
ta.rT An SOc:tetr ot Japan)
Dally Wortte:r
O&nlea o.teu.e Com.D:lltt.e
Oa.nt. AJ..Iehlerl 8oc1ety 183.5 &nd tHO)
Oen.nt. O.fenM Oomm1ttee
Detroit TouUl A&sembly
Bay Pe&ce OOmm.lttAM
l!:alnOMI I.-.cue
eontuen.c:e to San 8paol&b Re!uaeu (toundl.llc bOdy
oC the Korth .&.mertc:&n 8pa.nl.!.b A1d Com.mlti.H)
Jr'YerybOdJ'a Committee to Wa.r
Pa.=iliM ot the B&!Umont Smith Act V\ctlm&
hmlllee ot the Sm.lth A.c:t Vtcum.a
Pedenl;ioo of 1\&llan War Vet.en.za LD the 0 . 8 . Inc. (.U.OC:Ia -
z1one NazJoo&le COmb&ttenU ItAUa.n1. l"eders.zlone de¥1! St&tl
Oll1U cS'Amert.ca)
Ptn.nlsb - .&.mertea.ll W:u tu&l Aid Soc:le tJ'
Plor1da PreA Educ:aUoot.l (- Com.m\llll.n PoUtloU
AAOCL& uon >
P'rede.rk-k Educatloo&l eenur
P'ree<1om 8tac9. Ine.
P"rten<11 ot tbe New o.rmany (FT"Irunde dee Neuen Oeutecb..IAndA)
Prte.n<11 ot the So-rtet Olllon
()ar\b&lc11 Amert.can Pr&tern&l 8oc:lety
0eor1re WubJnC'tall ee.nu Scbool. NeY Torll:. Clty
()c"man- Amer1ca.o. Bund (Amertka4euc.eher Vol.katrunc1)
(]enn&D-Amerl.c:an B.epubllc&ll Leacue
a.nna.n-Amert.call VocaUoot.l Leacue
 
Ouanllan Club
Ra.rlem Trade Oo.J.on Counc:U
CIYU Ub«Uea Commltt.H
Relmusb& a.lsO lalown u Nokubel Beteltl lt.t.l. Z&.lbel
NlhonJI.Il .• BelyU;u Ol.mu.a.h& Kal, &nd Z6lbel Bel.musha K&1
a.nese B.eeldinc 1.11 Amertc:a Willt&rT Coo.ocr1pu A...oc:l&tlon)
BeUenu:-Amertc&D BrotherhOOd
B..Lc.ode ltA1 (J..mpert&l Resenlata)
Blnom.&rU KaJ (lU.slJl& Sun P1ac Soelety- a ITQUP or Jape.o.eee
wa.z
Bolr::ubel 8bolte Dan (North Amerlc:an B.esene omcere AMIO-
cJ.aUon)
RoU)'WOOd Wrttera JdobLU.zatlon tor Defense
Bun p.ran-A.mert.can Cowl.cU tor Oemoc:.rac7
Bunprta.n. BrotherhOOd
Idabo Peo.&lOil Oo1on
tn<:ependent (8eatUe. Wuhlnctonl
(Bee tn<1epen4ent People'•
Independent People' • Putr
( See lodepeod&o.t
J:ndunrtt.l Worken ot U\ e World
Int e roa lloot.l Labor Deleo.u
Intcroa llonal Worlte,.. Ortler. lt.a NbdJYleloo..a.
amll.atu
Jepe.o.ese or Amertca
Japa.nese Ont"$e&a Ceotr&l 8oclety ( J[aJp.l Dobo Cbuo !t&l)
O uneu Coooentlon, TokJ'o, Jap&n. IHO
Pl"ot.ecthe Aaaoc.laUon (Rec:rulttnc
Jecraraoo Scbool ot 8oc:ia1 Scleoc:e, New Torll:. C\ty
Jewl.sb CUJtum Boc:lety
Jewl.lb Peopl e'• Committee
J ewtab People' • P'r'a te t1l&l Order
Jlkyolru I1.o..Ul (Tbe Coaunlttoe tor tbe Cr1&Sa)
Joluuon-P'oreat Oroup
(I!IM Johlaon1toe)
J ob.n.lolll tAle
(Seo Job.naon- P'orect Oroup)
JoLDt AnU-P'a.acat Retucee Committee
Joi.Dt Counc.1l ot Procr'eeAH Itallan-Amer1caAa, Io..o.
.l'oeeph Wede.m.,._ 8cboot ot 8oc!a1 &saac., at. LoW., JoC1Mourt
SeLDen Ka1 (.usocl&Uon ot 0 . 15. Clt.lsalla oC Jape.o. ... AA·
te.t:ry who b& ,.. returned to Amertca aner .rud J1.o.a ID J a 1'"4 1
ot tbe Wb!U CameWa
Ku Klwt Klan
&:yahuueer, t.l6o ltllown u Leacue (&:y1rbaecwr
Bu.o.d), &:,.ma.ueer hUowahlp (B:J'1fb.uuMr
Ky1rba.el13er Waz (KT!rhuu.aer ll:rtepllutrwerlt)
Labor Counc:U tot Necro RJ&bU
Labor Rese&rcb Aaoc:L&tlon. ID.c.
Labor Touth
League for Commoo. Sena
Le&c"u• ot AJ:::ler1C&Jl Wr1t en
Uc:tor Soc:lety (It&lla.Jl 8hlrU)
M.acedoo.Ja..o. -Ame rt.can People • • Laacu•
MArla lo!Of'C'&D tl.ll1 Ctrcle
M&r1ll.me Labor Committee to Defend Al
M&ryl&ocS A..p.lJut OlM::rtmln&d.on
( 8eo Committee to A.boU&h Dt.c:rtm.J..o..aUon 1D
W&.ssacbu.setta Committee tor tbe BW of Rl&hta
Jda.saacbu.aette w:.tnuu Women tot PeAce (not ccm.nec:\ed wtth
w:.tnute Women ot tbe 0 . s. A.. I:Dc..)
Waurtoe J!nyerma.n De!eOM Comm.ltt.H
w::tchlp.n Ch1l Rl&bU P'ederatlon
Mlch.lpn CouncU t or PMce
Mlchtp.n Scbool ot SocL&I Selence
Ne.nl:a Tel.kolru (lmpert&l WWta.rT l"r1&o.<11 Oroup or
Southern C&lllorn.La War
NUioo.&l A.moclatlon ot Mu1C&Jl Amert.:an. (alao lalown u .UOCI&-
cloo Mc:doo-Amutc:ana)
Blu e Bte.r Motbere of Amertca (not to coo.tuaed wtlb
lbe Blue Star Motben ot A.mer1c:a orc&ll1ud lll f'ebruary III.U)
Nauoot.l Coaunltt.ee tor P't'Hdom ot the P..-
Com.m.llt.ee t or the De!enM ot PoUUc&l PTI.aooen
COmmittee to WID Amo.eny tot 8mltb Act V\c:tlm.a
Natloot.l to Wl.ll tbe PeaQe
Coo.!erence on American PoUcy LD Cbi.DA U>c1 lbe hr Sut
( & Contereoce called by the Committee t<w a Democratic l"'at
K&at.ern Polley)
Cou.ocU ot Amer1.c&.na of Croe.t.l.&n o-:.nt
Natlo ot.l Counc:U or A.mert.cao.-Sonat Pl1&nd.&blp
Nat loot.l l"eccera Uon tot CoDAU tu t1oot.l LllMrdoe
Labor Contere"Dc:e tor Pea.oe
Necro
Natlon&l Labor CouncU
Natlotalut Action
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Na;.tonaltal. Party or Puerto Rko
filatur-e of Am.eM,_... (&1nc.t lill-5)
Labor. Victory Committe.
NeW' Cotnm.lt.t.ee for Pub!!ca:loDA
NlcbJ.beJ. ltO&TO K.a.1&b& (The Gnat P"u,JU Theatre)
Non.b. Amer1ca.n to Ald 8p&nl.a.b Dem<XnC:'J
North Amer1e&n 8p&nl.ah AJd Commtt\e4>
North Phlla.delphl& Forum
Nortl:lwe4"t ..U.SOClaUOQ
01::.!0 S<::hOOI Of Bocta.l Scienc-e.
Ok-lahoma Committee to De!eod PollttcaJ Pl'Uooen
Ot.:a..botna League for Polltlcal Educ:auon (..,. CommuDJ.&t
ca.1 AA.SOc!.a tton)
O:tVn.a.l Southern lt'1.&nA. I.ocorpon.ted
Northwest Labor School, Seattle, W&&h\.nitOn
Alto Pe-.ce Club
hrtldo del Pueblo oi Pa.n&.ma {operatlll& l.n the canal Zone)
Peace In!on:na Uon Center
Pe.a.oe l40Teme.nt of Et.h.lopl&
PMple'a Dn.m&, l.nc.
PPOple'a !Cduc&Uo.o&.l Uld Pre:u A.uocl.&tlon Of Tuu {ao. Oomm.u-
nln PoUtle&l Aaaoc1atJonl
PeopJe•a Kducatlon&J A..&IOcl&UOil {l.ncorpon.ted. u.o.der Jl&me Lee
A.ngt-lea !:ducatlon&l Aa:loclatlon, Ine.), &ho tnowu u Peopla'a
!:ducatlon.&l Center, People·• Uniura.lty, People·a School
Prople·a Inatitute of AppUed Re14km
Peopl• (Seattle.
People'a Ra.dio Pound&Uon. Inc.
People's R1ghta P&rt7
Pblladelpb.la Labor Com.m.lttee for Neero Right.
Pb1Jadelphl& Bchool ot SocJ.al Science &.nd Art
Photo Le:a£ue (New York City)
P1tt..!burgb Arta Club
Polltiea.l Prl.&Onen:' Welfa.re Comm.1tt.ee
Po!C::ll.& Society of the IWO
Oe.n:nAll-Amertcana, aleo known u oar..
man-Amencana or Chicaco
  Pa.rty ot Amerlc&
Prot.eat&.ot War Vet.era.o.a o! t.be Statu. Inc.
ProTI.aiOn.al COa:unlttH of ctt:.Uo.a tor Jleace, Boutbwut A.raa
ProT1.s.1on.&J Committee on L&Un A.mertca.n Atfa.ln
ProTlsl.ona.l Committee to Abolish DL!.c:rtmlnatton Lo the ot
I.UryW>d
(See Committee to Aboliab DJ..sc.r1m1natJon ln lla.ryl&nd)
Puerto Rle&.n Comlte Pro Uberta.dq C1rtles (CLC)
(Bee ComJte Pro Th!rechoe ClT1les)
Puertorrtquenoe Uo.tda. (Puerto Rtcana United)
Qu.a.d Clty Oomm.lttee for
Quun.abrl<ig'e Tena.ntl League
R.eTolut1cln.&.ry Workers League
Rom..anl&n-Amedean l"r&t.enl&l BocJ.ety
Rua.&ia.n Amer1ca.u Boe.let)", 1l1c.
Baltura. K.aJ (PatTfotlc Society, ot ChetTJ Aaeocla.t1on- oompoN!d
ot •et.en.na ot Ruaeo-J'ap&.neee- Wu)
&muel Adar:o.A Scbool, Bo«ton, M'a..'!3&Chuaett.a
Sa.nt.a Bubara Pe-.ce P'Qrum
Sc.bappe.a De!erae Committee
Sclu:l e rma.n. Da.rcT Def e tae Co lll..ll:.l t tee
Bcllool ot Jewtah 8tu<Uea. New Tort C1ty
&attle LAbor Bcbooi. SeattJ.e. WUh.l!l.ct.on
&orb I.a.n - A.me Mean Pra t.ern&J 6ocJ.e t'J
Vldo"dA.o CouneLI
Sb.lnto Te:nplea {llmJt.ed t.o St.&t.e BhLnto aboll&bed 1.n lD-U)
Blher 8hlrt Legloo. of Amet'1ca
8la'F1C Couo.ctl ot Southern Ca.UJornJa
6loT&.k Worken Society
SlOTeo.Lan-A..r:nert.c.a.n Natlon.a.I Councll
8oc1A.!W Wo:rten Party, Lncludlnr AmU1C&ll Oom.mlttee tor
pe&n WOTken' Rellef
Sokoku K..a.1 (l"'.therla..nd 8oclety)
Southern Negro Yout..b Congrea
6Ulko Bh& (Rue.rre O"moen Auoc.laUon, Lol; A.o.gele.)
Brn.ctae Women for Pesce
Tom PaLoa Scboo.l. at 8odal BcJenoe, Phll&delph..l&.
Tom Paln.e SchOOl of WL'Stcbeste.r, New Ton
Tn..de Ull.lon Com.nuttee ro:- Peace
(8&e Tra.de Un.lonkta tor Peace)
Tta.da tor I"'Mce
(Bee Trade Unlonat. tor Peace)
Tr1-St&te Necro Ttw.de UnJon CotmcU
Pra\ern&l UDlc:la
U'1lJoD ot Ainerloa..n Oroatie..n.
Unlan. of New York
Onlted. Amer1cal:l Bp&.ni&b. Aid Comm.lt'tel
Conun1ttee ot Jewtab a..nd L&Qdcm•nacb•n Ped-
erauon.s, .ao known u Coord1n&Uoo. Oornm.lttee ot JeW1.a.b.
  a.nd Fraternal Orpn.J..zauona
Un1ted Com.m.ltt.e-e o! South Blarte A.mertca.n.
UnJted Defense Council 0! Southern C&.ll!orn1&
'CnJted Ha.rlem Tena.n.::. a..nd Coll$\.lmen C>rpn,uauon
May Day Comm.Jtt.ee
United Necro &.nd Allied Vet.er&JJa o:t America
Vetera.na Ap1ns1: Of CtTU lUithta Conuua at N•w
York (lee ctTU Right.
Vet.en.ns at the AbrahAm Lincoln Brtpde
V!.rg1n.la. Le::a.i'ue tor People'a Educauon Cotnmu.n.l.a't Pollu.::.J.
Aa3oc1Atlon}
Voice Of Fr-eedom Com.mlttee
W&lt WhJt.m.an School ot Socl.al Sclenoe, Newark, New
Wa.r.blngt.oo Boob.bop .&.aocu.Uoa.
WL&h1ngton CommJttee tor Democratic Action
WB.5hlnrt.on Cottunittee to Defend the BW ot RJ.a:bt.ll
W&.!lhlngton Com.monwe&It.b Peden.tlon
W&.ahlngt.o.n PeD...I:1ou Unlan
W'lacoru.in ConteT"ellCCB oo SoclaJ
Worker. Allla.o.ce (111.nce Aprtl 19:k!)
Ytdd1Aber Xultur P'arb&nd
Tounc Communist lA=a.Cil•
Yug-DAl&T-Amerlcan Coopenlt1Te Home, Ine.
Yug-oela• sea.men'a Club, Inc.
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CERTlYICATION
I cert.1.t7 that I han read the namea of the above Usted orga.nl%atloD.J.
To tbe be.st of m.y Jcnowledge and belle!, I a.m not, nor have I been a member of, contributed to, received llur-
ature trom. &i!Pled petitions of or 1n beba.ll of, or atunded meeting• of any organization above, or any
organ1zat1on outside the United States espowing Communist, Fascist, Totallta.rlan or Nazi causes, except u noted
below.
To tbe be.rt of my knowledge and bellef, none of my close relatives are, nor have ever been members of, con-
tributed to, received llterature from, signed petitions of or 1n behalf of, or attended meetings of any such organlza.
t!ons, except a..s noted below.
INSTRUcriONB
For the purpose of tht.J certijlcatfon, If an appUcant or emplovee t.J completing tht.J form, the term •cwse rel4-
Uve" wtU include spOUJe, children, parent.s, bTothera, n.sters, uncle,, and aunts. "Clase relative¥" of th.e apowe, for
tht.J purpo.se, unll include children, parents, b-rothers, ruters, uncle,, and aunts.
If there are exception.! to tht.J certijtcatfon, set forth below under Remarks a12 pertinent fn/ormatton coru:em-
tng the Mture and extent of vour activities or those of vour clase relatives fn su.ch organi.z.atum.s, Including th.e
names of the organizatfons, date.s of membership, meetings attended, titles of posttlon.s held, amounts and date.s
of contn"button.s, nature of petttion.s ngned falling 1Dfthtn the meaning of the above certfjlca&n and cfrcumstance.s
thereof, titlu and authors of literature received, and dates on whtch received.
In ucept101U concerning r.elatfve.s, include onlv su.ch l:nformatfon presentlJI known to vou or avaiiable from
vour own records.
If nece.s.sa111, u.se additional shuu and ngn each aheet. Write none If there are no uceptUnu.
___       REMARKS: To be completed by Appl1ca.nt or Employee
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Signature of Spouse
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WITCHES ISLAND

Witness - · . - ·

CftYRii State


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SUPPLEMENTAL PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT
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( F 1 r • t- • i dd 1 e · /II• t) l. WAR I TAL STATUS
E(verette)
Ho\I!U'd Runt, Jr.
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New York
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1949 Millbrook,
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PHS.
i I Ol'<!r•e•• re•idenc;e ind.icete only city • countrJ') I·
SINCE (Dete) NUNSER ANO STREET CITY AND STATE
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Jul,y 5029
Millwood Lane Wash. D. c.
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CITY ANO
1961
2314 Tracy Place;·
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N. 'll. Wash.
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NUWB[R ANO STREET
CITY AND
FROM
July
lg6o Mexico Cit;r
Mexico
.ran. 1957-June
lg6o Montevideo Urugue.;r
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HAVE YOU 8[ EN ARR ESTEO. INDICTED, OR CONVICTED FOR A.NY VIOLATIOH OF LAW (Other tl'l•n lor

•inor traffic l'iolation) SlHC£ THE OAT£ OF YOUR LAST PHS
YES
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NO
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THE OAT£ OF YOUR LAST PHS. HAVE THERE BE EN ANY UNFAVOR.lBL£ INCIDENTS
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YOUR LIFE YES (E•pl•in
X
NO
WHICH MIGHT REQUIRE EXPLANATION
belo•)
7. NAM£ Of YOUR PRESENT iloiWEOIATE SUPERVISOR
Stanley H. Gaines, C/OODS/OPS
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AODITIONAL REiroURKS (L'•e rever•e i I nece•••ry)
Between July 1960
and March 196l I was with Project JMATE,
assigned to Mexico C1t;y
and Coral Gables, Fla. where I was kno;m under the operational alias of Edward .r.
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CIA mstORICAL REVIEW PROGAA:n
rr:nce if! m9dt' to 1'.1:-s ..

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'"'''nt, A1drt:Fred to H<.rrlson un-im- 1<-te or llOVCIIIbsr n. LOS'9
n:;:rrdL"lf th .. viol: tion record or Hr. Runt.
Thi..!o of !'ice hes c J'1!!ull.y rrv'"'"'-""'<1 Y.r. Hnrtt letter of
  19S'9o ':"he three rcaront he li r'.f'd fail to jnPtifr
lli;;l"'lnt dirregard of 1 f<"" !:I, "f'ct1on 9BJ.l, whtch el.c•rl,T
;:-,-oi:U:·itc thP un•uthorued     s:-J'"' c""'bin.ctio:.t:.


t.h!.s oftiCP. cn=ot withdraJJ N>C0"1111f!ndet1on Ot
  L, 19S9 tarE' om•-day rur;:>endan.
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Distribution r
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SY .file
lee - SY/P appecls
lee- chron file
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PERSONAL STATUS REPORT . ·
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DOLE LAST DATE · .'-
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Everette Howard·
Bunt, Jr.
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H0fo4( ADDRESS STREET A'O NUMBER CITY
STATE - COUNTRY
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3009 _£troet · . __ •
USA
PRESENT ASS I GNHEMT
DIVISION BRANCH
OFFICE •·-·
CPO FBII .
MAR I TAL STATUS
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""E OF SPOUSE FIRST (OR
Louise_
• LAST
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ADDRESS . STREET AND NUMBER
_}:>09 Holly Street
DATE OF BIRTH PLACE·OF BIRTH CITY
1 April 1, 1'120 Layton, Oh1o,
NAME OF fATHER-IN-LAW
, Fl RST
Albert Ch3rles
PR(SEtH OR
LAST ADDitESS
STREET AHO CITY
o/o
Cash l'egister Co.
DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH CITY
June 27,1892
Dayton, Ohio
NAME OF MOTHER-IN-LAW
FIRST
Jea::mette
PRESENT OR
LAST ADDRESS
DATE OF BIRTH
STREET AHO HUMBER
187 HaiYthorne Street
PLACE OF BIRTH CITY
CITY
.3ept. lj,l802(?) r::a:vton. 01"-..lo
EMERGENCY ADDRESSEE
FIRST
WORESS STREET AND
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CITY
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USA
Ni DOLE LAST
STATE
Dayton, Ohlo
STATE COUNTRY
USA
MAIDEN , LAST
Dav18
STATE
Sarasota. Fla ..
. STATE COUNTRY.
USA-·
LAST
STATE
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CITIZEISHIP
USA
liVIHG
OECEASEDc=J
COUNTRY
USA.
CIT I ZEHSI< I P
USA
liVING
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CITIZEHSI<IP •
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TELEPHOHE
TErrole 3189
COUNTRY i
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.8 • . Answer all questions completely. If question does not apply write "not applicable.'"
S :;.. ;:. • '5 B Write "unknown" only if you do not know the answer and cannot obtain the answer
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§ from personal records. Use a separate §heet for extra details on any question or
!: " • c .C " ,.. questions fcir which you do not have sufficient room. · ·

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2. Attach 2 recent passport size pictures to this form, date taken written on the back
of each.
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HAVE YOU READ AND UNDERSTOOD TifE INSTRUCTIONS? .. Yes ... ·, . :
Yes or No
SEC .. 1. PERSONAL BACKGROUND

(1515J)
A. FULL NAME ..,._ Everet.te.Ho.var.d.ilunt •. Jr •................. TELEPHONE .2,-147.7 ...

PRESENT ADDRESS ... T.-,2426 ..•.. .AF.TAC.,Orla:1do ........... F.lor.1da.
St. & No. ctty State
. .... U.SA ......... .
Country
LEGAL RESIDENCE 30. :Wille.tt
St. & No.
. Albany .. 6 ........... N ."! •............. VSA .......... .
cur State Country
B. NICKNAME ......... ... . . .......... ANYOTHERNAMESTHATYOUHAVEUSED .. .
..   ................. UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES HAVE YOU EVER USED THESE
NAMES? .......... P9.1!l .. 9-.e. .................................................................•....
HOW LONG? .4. yeare ... IF A LEGAL CHANGE, GIVE PARTICULARS .......... .

.......................... . --:. : . .. no.t .. epp.l1cal:ll.e .............................................. <· .... .
Wbere By What Authortty?
C. DATE OF BIRTH .. • .• l$;1,$ ...... PLACE OF BIRTH ... Ha:n1Ju.rg, .. .. Y()rk ... .U.BA..
• • ' • ., · • • t .; • • • •• Ctty State Country
RACIAL ORIGIN THROUGH MOTHER ..... ."J.elsh ........ THROUGH FATHER .... !!:r:.g).,illl;l .......... .
D. PRESENT CITIZENSHIP
USA
. . BY BIRTH? ... Yell .BY MARRIAGE? ..
BY NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE ::n(;.-: .. &.p;llicc.i:sSUED.
. ..... BY ............ .
Date Court
AT ..................•......................................................................................
Cl"",,.. ;:.-,, .. 1 ,,_.,. s.... .· f\ntJC\Q[N1\Al
HAVE YOU HAD A PREVIOUS NATIONALITY? ..... _.l'J.<? .......... WHAT? \JV\1£. ............... .
HELD BEIWEEN WHAT DATES? ............... TO ........... _. .. ANYOTHERNATIONALITY? ........ ./..
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not appl,icable
HAVE YOU TAKEN STEPS TO CHANGE PRESENT CITIZENSHIP? ....... !10.
GIVE PARTICULARS: .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................... .
E. LAST U.S. PASSPORT: NUMEER, DATE AND PLACJ;; OF ISSUE .... .. . e .. unl<nqw!1) ..
. . . . . .. C.en ter., New .. York ........................ .
HOW MANY OTHER U.S. PASSPORTS HAVE YOU HAD? . One. GIVE APPROXIMATE DATES:
.............   ..... " ...................................................... : ... ..
PASSPORTS OF OTHER NATIONS? ....... noW!: .. applicable. ........................ :-:-............. .
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F. IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. WHEN DID YOU FIRST ARRIVE IN THIS COUNTRY? .no.t .. "-Pplicable.
PORT' OF ENTRY? .............................. ON PASSPORT OF WHAT COUNTRY? .............. .
LAST U.S. VISA
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SEC. 2. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
AGE . . 26 ............... SEX ...... 1-!ale. .. .. . . HEiGHT . 5.
1
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1
.......... WEIGHT .165.
EYES Blue. HAIR ... B rol·m . COMPLEXiON . f.li.ir .......... . SCARS . right .. eye..
Bu= ... medium .. OTHER DISTINGUISHING FEATURES .... none ......... .
SEC. 3. FATHER (Give the same information for Step-father and for guardian on a separate sheet)
FULL NAME .Eve.r.et.te. Howard .. Hunt ..... .
. . - .................... i.Ut' ..
P'lnt
LIVING OR DECEASED ...... Li:vl.ng ...... DATE OF DECEASE ................ CAUSE .......... ..
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS ..... 30. )lille.tt ....... Al.ban;y. 6, ... .ll.o Y •· ....... USA..
Bt. & No. , City State Country
DATE OF BIRTH .. Pe.c .• . 188.8. PLACE OF BIRTH .... E.amburg. .. N • .Y.. USA ...
City Sta.te Country
CITIZENSHIP . .URA .. WHEN ACQUIRED? .birth WHERE?
Clty .....
'OCCUPATION attor.ney. LAST EMPLOYER lns.Federat.l.on .. o!.ll •. Y .•
EMPLOYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS .. ll . .N.Pearl ...... Albe.nv .. 7,!,,.Y •...... USA
St.. &. No. CU-J' "' tstate Count.:]'
MILITARY SERVICE FROM .. 19.1.7.
Dato
.. TO .... l918 ..
Dato
BRANCH OF SERVICE .. Air .. Service
COUNTRY ........ U.SA .................. DETAILS OF OTHER GOV'T SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN ... ..

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s!':C. 4. MOTHER (Glve the· sam, .formation for-Step-mother on a sepa,_.e sheet)
FULL NAME ...... E1;he 1 .. . . .11unt
Maid. en
Lut
LIVING OR DECEASED ... LiVing. DATE OF DECEASE ........... CAUSE
PRESENT,ORLAST,ADDRESS ..... 30 .. 'dille1;.1; .. S1; •... Albanv.6, ..... N.Y. ........ USA ..
St. & No. City .. State Country
DATE OF BIRTH ... .. {91PLACEOFBIRTH Car,eJ. Dover .... Ohio, ..... USA.
P. Clty 8tat4 COuntry
CITIZENSHIP ... USA WHEN ACQUIRED? ... b1rl;hWHERE? .. not .. .......... .
Clty State .. -
OCCUPATION ......... houset·:1fe ....... _ ..... LAST EMPLOYER
EMPLOYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS ... - .. no:t. B.p:nlice.bl.e ................................ .
St. & No. - Cit}' State Count:r"J
DETAILS OF GOV"I' SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN ... _ .. .llO.t .. appl1.Ce.ble ......................... _
SEC. 5. BROTHERS AND SISTERS (Including half-, step-, and adopted brothers and sisters)
FULL NAME ..... z:!.QJ; .. .............................................................. ..
F1rA. )l!ddlll r.a.. .
PRESENT ADDRESS ............................. - ........ .
St. & No. ctty State Country
FULL NAME ..............................................
Mlddle Laat.
PRESENT ADDRESS . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .
St. &: No.
ctty State Country
FULL NAME
First Mlddle
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PRESENT ADDRESS
St. & No.
Clty State Country
SEC. 6. MARITAL STATUS
(063)
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A. SINGLE. _ ... .Jl:.. . .. . .. MARRIED ........ .. DIVORCED ...... . WIDOWED
STATE DATE, PLACE AND REASON FOR SEPARATION ORDIVORCE -tl-Ot-ap-?l1cable ........
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ....
B. WIFE OR HUSBAND (IF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED MORE THAN ONCE USE A SEPARATE SHEET
FOR FORMER WIFE OR HUSBAND AND GIVE REQUIRED DATA FOR ALL PRE-
VIOUS MARRIAGES)
PLACE & - ....
NAME
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P1rst M.ld'lin!:; (fCll' WUe, malden)
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DATE OF MARRIAGE
(HER OR HIS) ADDRESS BEFORE MARRIAGE.
St. & No. C1ty
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Bta te Coun tr7
LIVING OR DECEASED ... _ .. _ .......... _ .. DATE OF DECEASE CAUSE
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS ... - .......... - .......... -
St. & Jfo.
CitY' ' ' · · · · · ' ' · · ' · ' ' · · · · ' "Country
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SEC. 6. MARITAL STATUS (Cont'd)
DATE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF BIRTH ..
City
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RACIAL ORIGIN THROUGH FAT'"rlER.
. . . . . . . . . THROUGH MOTHER ....................... .
CITIZENSIDP. . ..... WHEN ACQUIRED?. . . . . . . . . . . WHERE? ................... .
. .......... .
City Bt.a.t.
Country
OCCUPATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LAST EMPLOYER ........................ .

EMPLO"'r.""ER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS
St.- & No' ... ....... cit,: .......... .......... ommtr; .. .
MILITARY SERVICE FROM .................. TO. . ............. BRANCH OF SERVICE ...... .
Date Date
COUNTRY ...................... DETAILS OF OTHER GOV'T. SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN .... .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . - ............................................................................ .
SEC. 7. FATHER-IN-LAW
. not applicable ·
FULL NAME ..... '· ............................ '· ...•............................................• ,.., .•• 111 ..
P1rat Ktddle lAG
LIVING OR DECEASED ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DATE OF DECEASE ...................... .
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS.
St.· a:· NO: ....... -. . . . . . . . ett7 - -- ............ State· ......... ..
RACIAL ORIGIN. BIRTH.
city·· ....... ·· .. ·
CITIZENSIDP. WHEN ACQUIRED? .... WHERE?
City Bt&to Country
3EC. 8. MOTHER-IN-LAW
NAME ......... no.t .. ap;c.llc.able ............ .
P'lnrt. . Maiden
. ................................ .
Laot
· "ING OR DECEASED. DATE OF DECEASE ............ .
l . NT, OR LAST, ADDRESS ......... .
St. & No. City . .... Country
RACIAL ORIGIN .............................. BIRTH ... ·,:,;.;;, ................ Ciir"" ............. ·;,o.;,;,;;y· .. .
CITIZE..'ISIDP ......... WHEN ACQUIRED?. . . . . . . . . . WHERE?
.. 'CitY ............. .... ·. · ·

lEC. 9. CHILDREN OR DEPENDENTS (Include partial dependents)
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NAME ... net app11C!l'b::..e. RELATIONSIDP
AGE ....
NATIONALITY .....
ADDRESS . .. st. & ........ Cit," ....... . ..... -. . . .
NAME ............ . RELATIONSIDP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGE ......... .
NATIONALITY ........................... . ADDRESS ............................................... .
St. & No. C1t}' State Country
NA.l\l:E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELATIONSIDP .......................... AGE ......... .
NATIONALITY ................ ADDRESS.
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.• .SEC. 10. RELATIVES BY BLOOD, :.f.ARRIAGE OR ADOPTION, '\VHO Ll YE ABROAD, ARE UNDER THE
JURISDICTION OF A FOREIGN POWER ARE NOT CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES OR
ARE MARRIED TO NON-CITIZENS: '
NAME ... not. applicable
RELATIONSHIP
................ AGE
NATIONALITY
ADDRESS.
St.&: No. cur a:.au
. ..
REASON FOR LISTING UNDER THIS QUESTION ...
NAME ........................ . RELATIONSHIP
·- .......•.. AGE
NATIONALI'n' .. ADDRESS.
St. & No. . ...... cit,.' ........ . ....... Co;.mb-y
REASON FOR LISTING UNDER THIS QUESTION.
. ..................................... .
NAME ................... . RELATIONSHIP ......................... AGE ..... .
. .
NATIONALITY .......................... . ADDRESS.
St. &: N'o: ........ ........ ........ eo·u:n:ti-;. ... .
REASON FOR LISTING UNDER THIS QUESTION ..........•.......................••..•..............•.
. . .
SEC.ll. RELATIVES BY BLOOD OR MARRIAGE, IN MILITARY, NAVAL OR Q'l'I;IER GOV'T SERVICE-
U.S. OR FOREIGN: . . ..
NAME ...... no.t .   ..... . RELATIONSHIP ........................ .. AGE ......
NATIONALITY ...
ADDRESS. - . St: & N'o' . ........ Cit,: ·.- ...... . ....... . . -
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE (IF KNOWN> .....
NAME RELATIONSHIP . ................... AGE .... ..
NATIONALITY
ADDRESS.
St.& No.
· · · · Cit; · · · · · · · · · · · · · · :cot.tDtry
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE <IF KNOWN> .
NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELATIONSHIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGE ......... .
NATIONALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS .................................................. .
. St. &: No. Olt7 State Countr7
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE (IF KNOWN) ... .- ........ : . ........................................ .
SEC. 12. GIVE FIVE THE U.S.:;:-.(Giy_e addresses where possible)
NAME: . Sc..xe. ....... -... ------
ADDRESS .20 .. !::as t.. 57.th. St .•.. 22.,. .. !J .•. "! ....
St. & No. C\ty State
NAME: .. -Eai"!o1C .. .... : ........... .
ADDRESS E; .49::;!-.. .St ... • Y ol7.,. X., y, ......
St. & No. CltY State
I NAME: .... Ce-rt ........... -.. · ·
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ADDRESS .. .20 .. "·P S ... 5.7 .. - .l\ ,,.._ ... _, >.•-"'-•.
St.&: N07 CitY State
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NAME: . • .H ... Col.:.1!:lS ,.Sup.'· t. • · · · · · · · · ·
ADDRESS B.c.'\:hl.e!J.er.J . .Steel,, Quincy, Hass •...
Bt. &: No, Clt'J' St.ata
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SEC. 13. NAMES OF 5 PERSONS WHO"KNOW YOU SOCIALLY IN THE UNITED STATES. NOT REFER·
ENCES OR EMPLOYERS-(Give business addresses where possible)
I 1. NAME ..
E1, 1 , v - ...
3. NAME . ,..._ e .. • - ._t ... '-'1
4. NAME Lo;;J.! II
ADDRESS: .;.:·5 .E 52-C. •. . r; • .Y ....... .,;; o\.· ... Ycr.k ... . .. . .
St. cit No. City Btata
ADDRESS: 3.8 St •.. . . lL.Y • . ... H.e\.;.York
St. eSt No. City Stata
ADDRESS: ... 34 sh!.og . .St • .. Providence .R...l
St. &< No. City Stata
ADDRESS: ?,F;) ... CDnn ........... .
St. &: NO. City State
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5. NAME ..   ......... .. .. ADDRESS: 20 .. E .. 57.th .. S.t •.. NeY. .. York , .. N.Y •..... .
St. &: No. Cit)' Btata
SEC. l4. GIVE THREE NEIGHBORS AT YOUR LAST NORMAL RESIDENCE IN THE U.S.
NAME:
Ge orge Foy
11 N,Peu.rl St. A1bE..lly ?,N.Y.
ADDRESS . ... . . . ...•.•. . • • . •.... : . ................ . ..... .
1eGr&...ff
St. &: Jfo. Cit)' 8t&ta
11 N.Pe arl St. Albanv ?,N.Y.
ADDRESS ..... . ... ......... . .... . ... . ...... : . .. . . . .. . .. . . NAME:
Sf-• Jfo. Olt)' State
ADDRESS .. 0 0 .. .... . I .. ......
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NAME:
Eurray
St.&: No. Cit)' State
SEC. 15. EDUCATION
SCHOOL: nc..:Jburg H:..i;:: .School ..... ADDRESS . . H;-..ttburg., . . N .• Y • ........ . . USA ........ .
City State Oount17
DATES ATTENDED: . lS ............... · ... DEGREE .. ................. ..
SCHOOL: . ADDRESS ..   .. .x;(U . . ...
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DID YOU EVER HAVE OR DO YOU NOW HAVE MEMBERSlnP IN, OR SUPPORT, ANY POLITICAL PARTY
OR ORGANIZATION WHICH ADVOCATES THE OVERTHROW OF OUR CONSTITUTIONAL FOR.'v! OF
GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES? .... n.o ........... IF "YES," EXPLAIN: . : .. : . .... . ... .. .. .. ... .
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THAN A MINOR TRAFFIC VIOLATION? IF SO, STATE NAi'vtE OF COURT, CITY, STATE, COUNTRY, NATURE
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ARE YOU ENTIRELY DEPENDENT ON YOUR   .No . IF NOT, STATE SOURCES OF OTHER
INCOME ... bogk .. roy.alt·1ee .. and · paycenti · fe·I" · magaz1:ne .. r1g:hts .. ... ..... . .. ...... ..
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REMARKS·
Mr. Gaynor. diecuseed hie
meeting vith T. K
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Me Cord to meet Wiley today and v1ll
lind out .are details of hov Wiley
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tJEIDRANDUM FOR: Chie!, Security  
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Publication Clearance - HUNr, Everette liowardTJr• ·
1. Mr .Hunt is Deputy Chie! o! a(
Division and be bas been operatingl
J,r tbe western _j
2. Mr. Hunt has been granted security clearances !or several
novels during his employmmt vi th this Agency. In 1949 ,' j _ust prior
to wi. th CIA, be published Day o! the Serpent, a fictional
vork on OSS in China. He bas achieved considerable national. prom-
inence as an author of World War II stories.
3. His .tull na.Jm is Everette Howard Hunt, Jr. Tbe manuscript
ju.st submitted carries the name HUllt on the titl.e page. His
PHS includes the nickname •Howie- with the explanation that this is
his nom de plume. On the last page o! his PHS he stated that an
esti.Dated one m11Jion pocket edition copies of two o! his books are
circulation ... Bia present publisher, Fawcett publications, Inc.,
Mew York, publishes the 25 and 35 cent books which are sold in
drugstores, newstands, hotels, st:Jtions, etc., throughout the United
States. It seems quite E.fObable that Mr. Htmt vou}.d be kncnm 1
writer ::Ersons in tbeF • · ' : • · z
· · d that his wbt-k vU1 be reae1 by ven
t.hougb i: s in English. It is not kn<nm whether or not the pocket
book publishing companies have eJq>orted their publlcat:l.ona in
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4. Darkness on the Land is the title of the novel for which
security Clearance.""l.s now recp,1.ested. There appear !_o be several
objectionable aspects in the novel when it--is considered ill com-
Wi tb that the author isr
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reader, that the author speald.ng through character.B regards the
Latin Americans as ignorant, corrupt; homicidal savages. Some
passages which tend to support this inference appear below.
p. 16 ! and also p. 125 t, The .&merl'Can Consul - •Any
particular reason for a revoluticn nOW? :x:cc Does there ·have to
be a particular reason in South America? Xrs!' -:::."· ·v-=·
p. lt1 t, Sr. Pedro Icaza - •xxx In terms o! North
Aloorican armies, Latin armies are laughable. xxx That is the
rule in this part of the world. :x:xx An arJr\1 has no patriotic
loyalty that holds it to the side of the govermrent. x:rJ!!'
p. 58 ! , Sr. Beltran - • Los Indios x:a: they provide a
stolid background ,before which the rive percent struggl.es
and !ails or wins. XDC We have mestizos :x:cc the mixed blood
gives an 1mbelievable ruthlessness to
its possessors.•
It would seem that the author• s fi-xation in regard to the superiority
of the to the Latin and Indian races, which permeates the
entire novel, would be most offensive to Latin Americans. The Latin
Americans might well argue that Mt-. Hunt, l.i.ke Ersldne Cal.dwell,
has taken a sa.Dple o! the 1111terate, &JOOral minority in Latin
Americ$- an?- used it to depict a whole culture.
6. In a soliloquy an p. 149, Mr. Hunt• s North American hero,
Selden, describes Latin l.merican males !1S though they are suffering
!rom a racial or southern continental satyriasis. His play upon
the expressioos •mchos buevos- and •eajones- conveys the i.Jpressioo
that the author suffers from a fixation that the Latin American
males as a vhole are a race of bravos. The description o! this
characteristic, which he appears to attribute to them, is belabored
through the mouth o! Fedder, a Nazi re.f'ugee on p. 100. •It is idle
curse o! this continent. Always the men DlBt wear pistols. Tb.q
must wear spurs and carry small vhips armmd their wrists and have
a   mistreaces of vhom they boast...so that no man can
question their m.chismo XYJ!I Agcd.n, en p. 16' t, Carlltos, vho is
a character of sUl'ficient i.llportance to be intended as a local •type-,
is made to say, this country of mine coDplete vengeance is held
to be the ki.lling o! an a1em.y- and the savage rape o! his wife or
daughter. When one bas achieved such vengeance, one real..:1.zes that
life can offer no greater tril.Jq)h. It is then that death becomes
unimportant xxx. It is the nature ot our blood.• This sort of
writing might be said by Latin Americans to indicate that the author's
thinldng is rooted in the discredited theori.es of Racism. It, as
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CIA and the Bay ol Pig• Invaelon by Edward J.
Hamilton
1. Thi• Dl&.Duacript baa eridently been kicking around in publishing
circle• aiDe• at leaat mid-1968, presumably without ClA clearance.
Wllllam Buckley o! the Natloll&l Review aeom• to been "ahoppini'' it
at one point. ODe pabUaher n,.cted lt aa too .. coDtroyeraW", and uoted
ita "con!ldoutJal'' aature .. well .. ita potential for libel awta.
Z. 1n the foreword to thh manuacript, the author (whom 1 ehall
refer to under hh aatumed Dame o! Hamilton), deecribea the book aa a
,.peraonal account" ol ClA •a 1"0le in the Bay of Pig• alfair in which he waa
a aenlor CIA participant for 19 month•. He uotea in the foreword hh
that aorneone would have wrlttea thh book ao that he would aot have to do
it: now convinced th.&t, if be doea not write It, it will never be written,
be baa taken up hi• pen "reluctantly &Ad in a mood o! nostalgic bittern.e••·"
Hunilton. atate• that he ha• uaed no o!!icial !ilea or documenu and baa
con.au.lted no one in prepadnJ thia work. Where true name• are used in
the rnanuacrlpt lor CIA porao1mel, ho writes that they haTe been publicly
Identified be!ore, a.nd r.n • cont.,Uon I believe that be 1• correct, with
the po&elble exception _:.) The author'• cla..iln that thh book
would provide ao infer on not mown to Castro'• lntelliaence
or that dct.a.lh this late are ol no value to the oppoaltion,la, in my Tiew,
aeriouely open to queation.
3. The book b, ba J•Deral,!avorable to CIA act!olla In the Bay o!
Plas. The villain• ol the piece are certaiJI liberal ligures in the Kennedy
Ad.miniatration (Schleainaer, Goodwin. SteTen.on) and to ao:me e.xt.ent, ·
the Prealdent himaeU. In hb concluding chapter, the author'• bitterneaa
Is undiaguhed aga.inat those in tbe Ad:nlniatration and the pre a a who took
the opportunity o! the Bay ol Pigs incident to attack and denigrate CIA.
4. Mea1ra. Bissell and Barnea and the author'• other CIA co-
workers in the Cuban Project. by and larse, are given quite !avorable
treatment. One exception is General Cabell, whom the author excoriates.
and it h apparent that Hamilton'• opinion o! Jerry Droller h !ar from
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l. ·rn resoonse to the referent reouest, we have checked
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.. ; 1. on· Z8 SeptemLerl974 Ray Rocca; Deputy Chle!/CI Starr,
· and I met In the DCD Wuhington. Field Office with E. Howard Hunt,
· hlo Wllllan1 A. S11yder; Jr,, ,and .Snyder'• auociate
Thomu W. Coone. Ae the meeting began, Hunt aoked II it wu
being tape-recorded; I auured him that it wu not. He eaid he did
not care; but that, If It were to be recorded, he would llke to know.
We then ember ked upon the review according 'to the plan Wlder which·
we would demand the deletion of three lteme ae cla81ifled and then
p.roceed to the renu.lning Z9 lteme, only. If wu cooperative on
the fir•t three. He and hie lawYer• appeared very cooperative .. and
accordingly, thfl meeting continued to cov.er 3Z •
Z. Changeo were agreed to In the lteme eet forth in paragraphs
lZ. 14, and ZS of the CI Staff memorandum of 19 September 1974.
These appear at page• 73, 80.-83, and US of the galley proof and
concern the Jabricatlon o£ tile (.. . . :J for a Mexican ope·ration.
the entry Into the C.. :J In Mexico City, and C... ':J
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agreed changes Ia ao ehown .on the attached coplea of the pertinent·
pagea of tlie galley proo!. Euentlally, these change• disguise the
Identity of the !abricated newiopapo>r and remove a re!oronce to
journalht• a a dcl.ete the Word t_ J'' to make 'the
entered erribaeay non.apocitic; and delate the reference to Jl1tening
·poet• and m·onitoring to make that paragraph refer In more
term• to our .i.bility to cover tarr,"ta without :eCorring to the
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3. We thea proceeded to the Z9 ,ltema which we would like to · :
see modified but which wii'could not conalder clauilied. We mado_o··
thia clear to Hunt and went through them one by one, dlacuulng our·
concern with each. Hunt contended that moot of theae ltema ahould
not be considered '\Onaiilve aince they had been publicized extenolvely;
in aome caae1 con!irmed Ln testimony; and. in the caae of other
itema, the principal• involved were dead,. However, bo agreed tO··
change a In the itema referred to In paragraph• I, 3,· 17, and 3Z of -;:
the CI Staff memorandum of 19 September.: Theae Involve the deletlona:
of the name a of C. ':J and_ t,_ ::Jboth now . ·· · · · ·, ·
retired under cover: o1. direct re£erenc8 tO [... :J.
C. :J and .the wording of hia reference·
·.to CIA aliaa documentation uaed by tho Watergate burglaro. The·J:- ;·
language of thia laat item will be changed ao that it no longer leaves·.
the impression that the documentation was prt!pared by the Agency
for this operation. ·
4. When we had finiohe<J- Hunt ar,d his lawyero emphasized
as they had mentioned earlier in the meeting that it might be very
difficult to get the publisher to agree to change• in the unclassified
items. Mr. Snyder offered to present all of the items to the publisher
for change without diatinguiahing between the classified and Wlclaaai-
fied itemo. He said he would do thia without implying bey were all
classified. I !elt it neceaaary to turn down hie offer because o! the
risk of the publisher being unwilling to accept that many changes
with the reault that we would have to go back to him on the three
classified item•. thus presenting a situation similar to our retraction
of previously demanded deletion• in the Marchetti book. I think ·
there would be oome danger of the publisher using this in his adver-
tising and through reviewers for publicity purposes.
5. Aa we were. leaving, Hunt ahowed _me what wa.a described
aa a "comfort letter." Thi1 waa a letter written by him to the
publishers on 17 May 1974 at the publioher'a r.equest which said
that in hi1 opinion nothing in the manu·acript vlolated any agreement
betwee"n hifnaelt and the CIA, nor Vl.:ould aubjcct him to prosecUtion
under the eapionago lawa. Aa the meeting waa ending, Hunt expressed
his hope that no publicity would be to it and that lhe Agency.
would not iaaue any kind of a prose reh.:aBe. In view o( the Director•s
dcciaion that we shall iaauc a pres a release, !.took pains to persuade
Hunt that public acknowledgtnent of the fact that we had reviewed his
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manuacrlpt would be In hlo lntereat ao well ao _oura. He had referred
more than once durin& the meetina to the need to avoid the appearance
of "a bear bus"; In other word•, collu1ion ur cooperation between him
and the Agency, leavinl an inference that the book wao cle1igned to be
a whitewuh of CIA._ In view of thi1;. lfwa• easy to conviDc:e Hunt -
that an Agency preeo relea•e.would:t>e 'i.D hla lntere1t.' 1 woUld note -
here; however, that both Mr.   I felt that Hunt and hi• -. -
laWyers were genuinely cooperative that a pre .. relea•e whi.ch ·
_ ia too harah ordenigt'ate• the book or Hunt'• motive• might be unfair
and coneiclered by him to be In bad faith.· Hunt appear a to retain
admiration and re1pect for the Agency and aeem1 convinced that
nothina in hie book will harm our operation• or personnel.
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Office of Security records contain a file on a Henry L.
Bretton who was born on May 18, 1916 in Berlin, Germany. As
of 1963, this person was Professor of Political Science at
the University of Michigan. He also has been as Henry_ Hans
Heinz Bismark and Henry Burk. The information in the following
paragraphs pertains to this Henry L. Bretton who is probably
identical to the writer of-the letter dated 3 January 1975 to
the Director.
In July 1945 Bretton, who was an Army enlisted man attached
to MIS (Fwd) FID, was under consideration for transfer to OSS.
An investigation at that time raised questions as to Bretton's
political symp'l.thies. Consequently, Bretton w:,s security dis-
approved in August 194:. for transfer to oss·.
Bretton was informed in 1945 that he \vould not be hired by
OSS because "Washington Security would not approve his employment."
Bretton reportedly was "distressed" by this decision. In December
1945, when Bretton returned to the U.S., he personally called at
the Security Office and stated he was aware he had been disapproved
and requested the reason thereof. He was told there were no
openings.
In addition, according to a memorandum in Bretton's file
dated 19 November 1945 from the Strategic Services Unit, Mission
to Germany, European Theater, earlier that fall that Unit had
tentatively recruited MIS T/4 Henry L. Bretton and that the
Security Branch in Washington failed to pass him. Accord"ng to
this memorandum, when Bretton was told the Unit could not employ
him, Bretton was very much upset. The memorandum indicated
that Bretton had earned the high regard of the officers  
concerned for some tentative work Bretton had done for the Unit.
In April 1949 Bretton was still evidencing concern for being
dismissed from SSU. Bretton was given a statement that the
Adjutant General had no information that the circumstances of
his honorable discharge from the service might in any way be
con5idered derogatory.
In July 1956, Bretton was of interest to the Domestic
Collection Division as a potential source of foreign intelligence
information. In connection with this interest, National Agency
Name Check was conducted on Bretton at Army Intelligence. The
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records of Army,Intelligence contained a memorandum "dated
16 November 1955 which indicated that 1st Lt. Henry L. Bretton
had made c·omplaints to the CIC, to the IG and to AGO, through
his Congressman, with regard to a personnel security investiga-
tion cond11cted on him. Bre.tton alleged that the Government
investigators had given information to his political opponents
concerning his (Bretton's) Party politics and information .
concerning his marital status. Subsequent inquiry by the 'Army.
failed to indicate misconduct on the part of its investigators.
(Another name check on in August 1963
of the files of the Counter InteUigence Records .
Facility, Army Intelligence Center, disclosed that
Bretton was investigated in .August and September 1955
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ravorable to Bretton. The CIC records also stated that
Bretton at the time was being investigated in
with his application for a Reserve Commission.)
. Ba.sed on past   unresolved questions regardin.g Bretton's
political orientation, Bretton was security disapproved in
September 1961 as L ::J
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief. OSG/OC/DDO
DO/Security for Policy and
Executive Assistant to Director of Personnel
SUBJECT
Name Trace - Henry L. Bretton
The subject individual is a Professor of Political Science at the
Stat<! L'niversity College at Brockport, in Brockport. New York. H" is
t:·' author of tht! book and Fall of Kwame ;:o;krumah, published
by the Frederick D. (sic) Pra .. 'ger Publishing Corporation. According to
Bretton, E. Howard Hunt has mt!ntioned Prat!ger Publishing Corporation
and his hook as being financed by the CiA .. chis Offict! wvuld like to know
if wt! """r been associated with the subject and/or Prac:;:cr Publishing
Corporation,
Your prompt reply by 13 January is appreciat"d.
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.Political ;;c icncc :Jepccrtc!cnt
il.ii.a nr,.;;,a;:;;a;.;t;.:,:;n;;r January 7,-1975
The non. Jo!m J.
United
House of ·Heoresem;atives
lt'ashinc::ton :, •. C.
Daar Conaressmen,
?irnt, conGT:::.tu:Cations to your election. As one of the
relatively .s::!all e;rou9 in this, -the eo.stern-r.lJ:::t
corner of you.r I of course dslighted. ::;.::.;..y I ,
so early in yo= ter::J, impose :.<pJn you ;:ith a personal rec:..ast
in c L.!::.!.ttE::r of urt:;c!1cy?
Briefly st;rced, I .ask :;our help in ,prevailing upoh :-:r • .lil2.ian
E. Colby, Director of "he Aceney, to
cor::ply >lith a I '-1avo put to hi!:! in a separate
a copy of ub.ich I caclo.se for yo..uo .. I bcli•.Jve :.:'1c.. t,
the nature of tho problc::l c::.12.s for au'"itional pressure ::rn:::.
your direction.
As you La:/ s2e froo my letter to ··ir. Colby, tb.e problem
froo a combination of
1. Ap.;>arent on the part of an
staf.f O,;eration of the Co I•'•• th a legi tir:1ate
house.
2 • use of such a house as a cover
for C.I • ..:.. a.:;ents a.'1d/or o_>erations abroo.d.
3. Publi:::
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Febru.:cry 1957, t!'.at !li3 pub:J_dlshcci
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Pr2.e.s·:,;r c.s bcinc eva.cive precs-:;d i'or
details concerninG the c:-:tcnt "'nci durc.tion of the
c.r ..... link t:ith .. is
4. ,\ :'or::.er J.ttornc,:,.r Gcnt=ral ... Republic of
.·ir. 3inc;, i11 hi.::: bo:lr
'.-:ri'"cc:::.:" ::·he • ...   l.:!tell:.c....:.:ncc   a-: "7.;hc
Unit(;'.l J"":· __ •   :·o o:: -... G!.'"l-:
of   · ..,-i.Ji ':.in.:.;   in
uhen fcr .. <0   :.ourccc ·.;ere insu::,:i.cic!'l;;
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enj oyi nt; t he pro tcc tion of t!::: ir =-. c:J.dc::.i c ,i;)O::::i tic!:.::; .
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includ es his e.tloi ::> .:Jion ti1:tt he " sc!·vc( :1s  
of covert : action· the
J..&ency ' :; Cpc:-::!. t i or..z J i vi::io!l , "
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liasl:i.r..:...: ton. Iii::; p2..rticulc.•. r ::>kills <.:.nci   _ _:;:!.vc
ris e t o a !lotorie ty.
8 . :re i the!' ?!':10:30r ' s a ':l ci::;::. ion, nor ' s
provide   to t! :c i nnoc ::- nt ,
. t.lys elf. 3oth i !lt iL:.o.te , str oncl :,' , t:l:!.t
the al.lct;a tio!'l:::: t ne , ; "1 afore ::::ten 'vionec'. bo-ck
and el scu:1cr c , my be
I t r ci:l: .i n:3 be ::he";her the !' ::: pcrtecl a r !':tn.:;er.wnts ·ocb:cen the
c. I . A. ti!e publ i:::hinc -vrcrc tut i onc.1   le._:ul . C>1e
t ::i nc i ::> cleD.r oc:;onll       tOG0t!!cr ·.:i ·.::1
vc.e;uc c.!l:':   c..:: :::liss:!.onc t:;:!'rt::c inj '...try
to :J.Y :;t;;.n.' i:1.:; i !'". :::.J pro:"cG- icn • . :-:: !'c "t!1c th2.t u:.J bo0:Cs
of hie-ilc ::;t i.:;     :-·.r..d Tr.c
injlU'y OJ tion \ri t l: c ovurt i n-;; clli cc-nc c
acti vi -;;ics :l.S a c.!!C! £c::ola r <!t for :icn
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over the acent in c;.uestion, n:::.r:ely !iu."lt, coupled th his
irresponsibly vague, uns pe cified,
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It is the belie! of 0:,' atto!"ncy cysclf that the cunt
no\·r take proupt and e:f'..:ective steps to t cr..ri.nate the injury to
me pe!"sonally ::n4 profcs:.J ior.:llly. It i s the c. I ....... . i:hich evidently
authorized the contar:Unation and it cust be that ia.eer.cy ·.rhich
provides the rer:.ed,:r.
It is 1!JY sincere hope that I ca n count on your ·support :•.nd
intervention on cy behalf, in this
I add, for your that I been a
coruJistent defenuer o: the
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abroad tiDes ViGO!"OUZ ! that
'tever purpos e:J \!Cre to be s urvc1 by :.:.r .
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could r-ave been attained without t i•c of innoc0nt
persons. S.l:ould i·.J-. be int. rcst ...: d. in r::.y on this
and related I:J.C..t-:c::-s- i. sp.: ak of oo;;hc generu is..: u.cs, not o:? r:.y
personal problem- I s t311d ready to t h his Coc;:li t tee.
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8. Although I knew l!r. and llrs ·""Robert Vogeler socially in Vienna,
I was not aware that Captain Karpe knew them, as later events indicate •
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On 15 April 186J aiM J-16 bombnJ Ptlnted and numbned like tht
I-I& ol Fadel CAstro'• Ah F02cr depertea CIA·, for.·ard operations but at
hmo C.bn&i, Nac:ararua aJn 1 •ril.t ID.ission aplns1 the thret Cuben
which ooot&i.ned aD of Castro '• alrcnft. i:jaht of tht J. 26s weTt to
pnform tht combat Tbt Dinth, with apparent bettlt dun11e. was to
land In MiamJ. and rAid. was to cltim to bt ont of tht dtrecton ffOID'I
C&s1ro ·, AU F orct •ho tm't responsible for tht attach on tht &lrfaelds
Control of tht &lr •u tht "M tuG .,,on for tht planned lllvuion to OW1
Cas1ro'• aovemmmt On 17 Apri]-D-Day for tht tnvuion at tht Bn· of
J.26s wert to comr:>kte tht destruction of Castro·,
combet aircraft; to att.acl tactical ta.rweu lncludina communicatioru facilities,
t&nl and artillery r.arb. and transportation, and to provide .,-ound
IUpport IDvufon
A fn.· houn herem tht 17 April att.acl. President len.nech, at
tM of SecrNn· or State Dean Rwl, canceled tht D-L'a)· 1trih aaalnst
C&stro'a mnalnlna combat a1rcraft and tht tactical t&rlet.1. u.nd hmited aiJ
operap.nSto ITOUnd auppon in tht lm.medi.Jte ara of tht troop
Cancellation or tht tactical taraeu ensured t.ht fai.Jure at iJ.e 8a )'of • ln-
aplicabh·. the btttemes1 of 10me CIA oftlom over tht D-Da) air ltl'Ue
c:anoeU.tion c:ame to focus em US Ambassador to tht United Natioru, Adlai
ntber than on President lennech or Secrrt.a.ry Rwl' With reprd
to tht 8a \' or Pies faJJure, Stevenson was mort sinned 1P lns1 than linnina, and
tM or this PI per is to put St tven.son ·, role lo penpect i ve.
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B) l Apf'Tf 1961. tht US Covemmmt'a anti-Castro pla.ns hid been over a
yeu tn tfttscu.ssion and were lllO\'ini into tht 6n.a1 lt&ies In CIA's
efioru to'Ora.aruu tht anti-Castro Cubaru into an effective milit.An· to
tn\'lde Cuha •·ere leCfet. .. fuwible deru.bilatr" • ·1.5 the ofbciaJ JCT"etn of
bot}, t.M E.iJenhov.·er and l:ennedr administntioru to hide US involvnnent
10. tht press had tattered the doal c!. deniabilih·; and the end of
March 1961, Ambu.sador Stevenson faced hostile reception in the
from anti-US elemenu
lr. • ·h.t •·1.5 to have a detailed to prepart Stt\'truon for rt-
rcussioru the of operations. C Trac-)
• ·v aenl to t.we._. l 'orl CH) on
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T-3.1! •• ka and r-rnt) Car.ro IUbw-Qut>nth tNt or D
D11 . 17 April.lw anh Ita • rl. Uw abcovt type. Vo'athir. th-
••t .._.o &r,, an add1ttONl T bec:amr   AJ CIA·, ah oprnhoru nperu tl..t.:!
ea.n.ed. tilt ·• wrn lfttinl docu fo: C&s:rc: a CNll foror rl. T -S3t and Sea Furie:
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about the upcomina operation and whot N told him lw been the .ubiect of
much discussion. In his book, A TlwwDnd Do11s, Arthur Scblesirller, who was
then a of the White Howe Staff, wrote:
In preperation for the [USUN Cuban} debete, Tncy Barnes and I
bad beld a Iolli talk with Stevenson on April 8 (1961} But our
briefi.n&. wb\ch was probably unduh· vaaue, left Stevenson with the
impression '.ilat DO action would tah place   UN di..scus:sion
of the Cuban Item. Afterward, when Harlan Ckveland, t.ht
Secretary for International Or&anizationaJ Affairs, Clavton Fritche}'
of the UnJted States Mission to the UN, and I lunched with Stevenson
at the Century, be made clear that he wholh· disapproved of the plan,
reeretted that be bad been liven DO opportunity to eomment on U,
and believed that U would cause Infinite trouble. But, if U was
national policy, be was prepared to make out the best possible case.•
TM question of exactly what Stevenson was or was not told hecamt
critical followif\i the D-2 air Jtrih apirut Cuba on 15 April1961. AppeJlrina
ln an emeJ"IenC'Y leSSion of the UN PolitiC£) and Se<:uril)· Committee on tht
afternoon of 15 April-a session that had been called at the request of Raul
Roa, the Cuban f:>rei.in Minister-Stevenson lUted that the atudt on the
air£elds bad been conducted bv defectors from Castro's Air Force (FAR) To
IUPPC>rt the defector Jtory, Stevenson presented photQIP'aphs of the 8-26 that
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pkdilass DOlt like tho5e on Castro's or thU lnddenl, of
Castro·, ,_ to power wrote.
A victim of tht air ltrile was Adlai Ste-venson . . .
lronlcaDr enoudl, . . . be wa.s of tht IN· with 10me prior
knoor.·ledae of tht invasion project •·ho wal completeh· opposed to lt.
However, be was kept in the darl about the actual plans and 10 on tM
ven· afternoon of the (D-2] attack, in a verbal duel •ith Raul Roe 11
an emmency meetini of the UnJted Nations Political Committee, ht
acupted a.s truth the misinformation ht J'l!leeived from WashiJliton •
Owles Murphy, who (with CIA 'a blessini) •TOte of tht IN· articles
that •-as favorable to tht Aaency in ternu of the & r of opention, ltated
that ..Iter Stevenson's embarrassment of 15 April
From that hapless moment on, Stevenson's role becomes unclear.
There • ·a.s a   published report that M had intervened to
blocl the 1e00nd Ste,·enson tw 8ath and continues to
th2t he even knf'Vo· about the eecond strilt, let a1one tMt M dt--
m.anded It be catJed off •
In a more critical vein,£ Hov.·ard Hunt, employee, would •Tit r
It ._.i_s later that Stevenson had kept tn the dark
abou! invasion preparations In defense. [C Trac·r] Barnes •·a.s to
1 record of hU brie6ni of Amha.ssador Stevenson well prior
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furn1lhed Lyman   CIA '• I.Dipedor General at tht time. •
ltrbttrlck, howna, hu DO recoUecuon olaach a memorandum from
Barnes. DOr was IUCb 1 memoredu.m found 1.1n0n1 CIA 'a records • Tht onJ v
evidence attributabk 1Pfd&ca1Jy to lama that hu laem ncowe1 ed AI 1
memorandum that be wrote more than two ran alter tht nent iD reiPODit to
mtJctma of IW brie6na ol Stn-emoo that red iD lnrVIhk ·
mmt.' Barna wrote.
AJthouah StevenJOn did Dot bow me well, we had known eech
other aJ.i&htly for 1 1ood twenty )'e&J"l. and there was no doubt in his
mtnd as to my aDOdatlon with CIA-In fact, the brie6na had been
aJUlOUnOed to him as a CIA brie6na
I told Aim about 1M tlten mhu of 1M opmrHon fn tkUIII. I .Uo
nplDined U> #rim ti.Dt ., of tltu tlDtt, u IDOl fmpouible U> mtt
tDMthn or not, .ucla on opnotlon tDOUld'"" ,.U ,loct, nnct ,,_,
dednon IDOl mt1rel11 fn 1M Prauknt'• lwlndl, •nd 1w Nul not
rrwuk liP lUI mind. I did ltate that t.M President had called a
medina for 12 April, for another rniev.· of the entire matter, and U
was pocsible that he wouJd announor a decision alter, or ahortlv
foUowina. this meetina My recollection b that I did DOt mention to
Stevenson the aJr nJd which occurred OD Saturday, 15 April, liner
tJili plan, as I recollect It, was not worked out until alter the brie6na
I did, bowrver, nplaln to him ln 10me deta.il DOt only the eaentiality
of achfevi.na rontToJ of the air, but also a Dumber of the aJr
proposals which had been made, tocludini tha5e which bad as of 8
April, been tu."'Ded down. If It b important, I oou.ld ched the matter
of the 15 April ni!d. U my recollection iJ faulty and tl.e plan for this
n.id had been completed on 8 April, I would have told U to Stevenson,
Iince I told him all the aspects of the invasion plaru then in
d'ect, or under consideration . ...
SU'omlon, • tDUl IGtn, /ollowln1 the 15 AP'rll rotd aent G
rneutJit U> tlw Secrnt2rt1 of SUitt Gnd IM DCI, «av£n1 that 1 Nul
6{oen Aim •n fnDccurGtt .uuronct on ont point, .• that no
tDOVld occur wlatk tlw Cubon mDttn IOOS be/Mt the UN.
What 1 dtd 1011, IDOl thllt no fnDGiion tDOUld oc:cur prior to, O'r durlnl ,
lloo'• prumUitkm on Mond411. 10 Af"rl]. I aid tlili at that
time, after the delays mentioned above, Roa was de6n.iteh· nJ)eeted
to make his postponed attack on the 8oor of tM UN on 10 April, and
It wa.s 10 Obviowlv I rould have aid nothing in
o( my other atatements that no decision of any kind existed as to the
invasion, and that oothilli rouJd be prior to the Wednesda}·,
12 April meeting called b}· the President. In fact, at the time the
Stevenson messaae was oot t.alcen least Jeriowl y.l •
• Tbt P'O¥f1\Anot ol tlw doC"ume-nl fnxn which tfW Quotation b bas DOl
deif'Tlnined II Ia 1 Xeroa ClOP' from miJoelJaneow 61es collected
tlw nor 1
llllpoaibk lo detrnnirw thr emphuU ahown ln thr Quotation Cll.llW fi'ODI Bunes or • ·a.s
edded b) IDrneont die Tbr copy aDo rdec:ts II lrast OM lf'l,rJlmlhceJ and two .1111"
CXJmiCtioru may or may DOl br pan ol tlw or¥ina1 &me. tbt memorandwn loa
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that It left .., t.t
TnC'Y ol QA camt DP and briefed • on tht cltJ.
•Hon .•. Ht unued ID thlt tlW wu ltmph· 1 Quesiton ol klpC,.
dat niles and thb .,., DOC In any "Y 1 US opnatlon In liaht olwhat
.. ppeDed.IIUPPQit tlw can bt ftll,lrcled u lea than cand&d &
AJ for IW canmmta about lettinl cl.tr for tht D-1 ltrtkt, II rnes
1Wntt1f laid been Involved in promo«n, tueh et1ion as earh as Januar)' 1861,
and tM Deed for 1 Pft-D-DIY ltrikr had been 1merally by mld·t<>-
latr March. By I Aprt).,ben It •u utidpeted that I>- DIY bt JO April,
the cabk tnl&c bettween tht aJr but In Pvmo C.bn.&s and HeadQuarten In·
clJc:ated that the brid.na team that camr from ahould
Jftpered to brief OD 4 Apri], ..tth S April bdna raerved for coordination or
air /pound and awttimr opnaticw Tht brie6DIS wen to completed bv
the DJaht ol 5 April at latest .•
1ht bridna team ..as deJa )led, bec&Wt In tht period from U AJ)ri], the
President and hb \\'hitr Howe lt.aff •ere still di.scussina tht menu of a Pft-D-
Dav ltrllr ..tth     of CU, tht Joint Chiefs of Staff, and State. By
the momina or 6 April, tht prt-D-Day def' ection/deoe'Ption strike had been
approved, and Barnes should havt l..ncluded this information In his bridna for
Inasmuch as Barnes did DOC ckpar1 Wasbinaton until S.turda)·, 8
April-tht dav is no ••)· that Barnes could have
been lporant or the decision to launch aJr ltrlkes 01'1 both D-2 and 1>-Da)·.·
T..o of the princlpa 1 offi oers ,J the anti-Castro foru
Barnes. • uestionable choior to eend to NeYt· York
We were ¥eTY unhappy when Dick [Bissell] Tracy ap to
brief .• . . We undemood tM I vv Lequr ties involved in this . .. but
•e didn't reaU)· feel that himsetr to
brief anvbcxh. . . I ...
were quite disturbed about this becaWt tt •as 10 important at that
time-that this S\J}' Wv.· eucth· • ·hat thr wr wert talkina
about. \\'e Just didn't thinl that TraC')' realh· understood tt that •ell,
or ll Tnn· did, . .. he ..-ouldn 't articulate u that .. eu
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• ·ho remarked.
TraC')' , J'w aJ"'·•vs had Rvert doubt that Trac-}· madr It
ven· clear tc. the Ambassador. No"' bt • ·as Rnt up thtrr to makt
clear to him . . . thr •holt • ·orls .. . J thinl Trac-)·, •itt.
Adlai-t.D a .... ). thn were t.·o of 1 •ith him. probabh·
othr: V. tlw bnntn,
Ia m I m t1w all C. bez.u or. l 0 April Tht) III"'be bh df..
.. rted Was.hinr1on Gil 5 Tbf tarat1 fo&den aDd brie£nl aidJ .-ould been oampkttd
days •rltrr Ill all prcbebiltt \ Or. 5 Ap:t!, &me ckparted Gil Nonheas! Alrltne$
b ht lOf. at mumed or • Nort.heas: Wt N..-. l'orlatl215 th&•
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lind ol eUtptlc:alh. lou of and araciownesl. lntrriectlon of
CIOmpktr1.- DOO-COMeeted lhool banda, lluahed. and aid
what 1 peat UJnr ht 'd t.ad, and camr becl and announced that
J.ad brie-fed tht Ambuador . .•. That •u tht form that Tnc-y would
eustomariJy employ. What Adlaf Deeded, DOt that It would
DeCaY rilv ba vr donf any aood • ..as tlw tront eut preemtatkwl of
what trU 101n& to u
£umlnation of tht mblr traffic tht USUN Mission and tM
5ecfttano of SU tr followina tbt D-2 air ltrlkt makes tlear that Stevenson
t.ht decrptlon ltory at value, and was unaware that tht attach
CJn Cutro ·a aJrields had been conducted by the Aamcy-apon.sored bripde. In
!w lbtemmt of 15 April in to Cub&n complaint, Steven10n •a.s
• • of the fact that Roberto and lili brother, CuiUenno, both of.
in Cas1ro'a FAR. had ddected on U APTil in a Cub&na aircraft
and had landed at Jacbmville, Florida Thb was on tht day prior to the 1).2
air strike
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defection of the brothen DU)' biVt cawed IOClt
problems durinl the sub.eQuent diJcussioru conoemlni tht planned D-Dav air
ltrike. Afln c:ablinl the Secretan· of State about Miro Cardona 'a 15 April
for the Cuban Revolutionary Council-which was addressed to
memben of the UN and which repeated the   USUN
Mission then c:a bled Secretary R that:
Miro Cardona llatement (US/UN Telecnm 2877) liven to only a
fn.· UN deleptes ... Cuban Revolutionary CounciJ dependini on
pres:1 to ajve ample publicity 10 that all UN deleptes •ill have been
informed of ltatement before resumption debates Monda)'. Reoom·
mend USIA cive fu)J publicih· ...
11 Stevenson had believed that • ·as plavini with the hot potato of a de--
eeption operation, It b unlikeh· that JUch a message would have been
forv. .. rded to the of State, and It u inconceivable that
wou1d bave that c:ab1e with another--also rettived b}· the Depart-
ment earh· in the momina of 16 April-read.ina
ConS.rmini TELECOr\ reQuest to ARA for US(' in Cuban debate,
desire Uf'lenth· on Sunda)· [16 April) l) beckground of
Verdaiuer brothen 2) Detailed info on Cuban aCQuisition and
possession of ddectina FAR B-26's • ·hich •ill serve to discredit Roa 's
ltatement that it is easy to paint up aircraft to loollikt fAR pbne u
Sho:1lr after 7:80pm on 16 April a ru.h prioritr cable for the Secretan
of State and Allen Dulle-s from Stevenson 1'' 1!- recei ved in the State Depart·
ment , and it cbr that the W'lorant of the US role in
the D-2 air striles cable llated
l . Cre&tlr disturbed by clear indicatioru received durini cay in
rebuttal material that bombina incidents in Cuba
on Saturda)· [15 April) launched, in put at bst, from outside
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tw ad""' IIJOIIId 6t ldtn IDhKh could ,Cot VS difficult II
durl"l VN tkbott. nw raJd.lf JUCh It wu.lf will
pavely wbok ln CA. If Cube DOYo' proya any of
planes and ptlou from outside, we will lncreann&Jy
No one will that bombi01 att&cu on Cube froD'l
could have been orpnlz.ed without our oomplictty.
S. I do DOC undmtand how could let IUch attack tAke placr
two days before debate on Cuban llsue ln CA. Nor can I underlland
If could DOC prevent JUch outside attack from taki01 plaoe at this
time wh)· I could DOC have been warned and provided P'l e-preP&red
material with which to defend VS. Answen I made on Saturday were
hastily concocted in Department and reviled by me at last minute on
assumption this was I clear case or attacb by defecton inside Cuba.
• · There b pavest risk or another U-2 disaster in such uncoordi-
uted action.
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About this ame time, the Department received another priority c:abJe
from Stevenson for the President and Secretary Rwk a.skina for IUidance to
meet the Soviet charae that armed attach apinst Cuba were beina launched
from the United States. He reQuested authorih· to 10 on record as favorina
motivation of the Cuban refuaees in the US who were anti·Castro, but: ''I wish
to make clear, however, that we wouJd be opposed to In)' our territory
for mountina an apinst an)' foreiln 1overnment. •• An advance copy
of this messaae went to Rwk at 9:15 p.m. on Sunday, 16 April 1961. •
That Stevenson was ln the dark reprdina det&ils of tM planned anti-
Castro operation also is JUpported bv various individuals involved with the
Arr.ba.ssador the crisis. Correspondenoe with eome or who were
present durina the Barnes brie6na and the crisis follo"ini the D-2 strike
that Bal'm$ did not, in any way, provide det&lls about the anticipated
tactical air opentions-nelther obiectives nor dates-or about the deception
activih·. Barnes apparently did that there v.·as an upcomina invasion,
but none of in attendanoe at the brie6na recalled an}' mention or
numben of troops or the date for D-Da)'.
In respon5c! to JPeci6c inQuiries about his remark that the brie6ng for
Stevenson "was probabh· unduh• vque" A.rthur Schlesinaer wrote.
I have chec'ked my journal with the follo"ing result. I had an
pointment with Dean Rwlc on the morning of April 8, 1961 (in a vain
effort to aet him to tl,e adventure), and for that ruson
v.·as late in K:ting off for New York. I now Quote the journal
''J then a plane to New Yorlc. I went immediateh· to the of-
f\oe of the US Delea.ation to the UK Trac)· Barnes (CIAj and Bill
Bowdler (State) had preceded me and were deep in discussion
with AES about 1 response to Roa We discussed aspects of
this most of the morning Then. AES, Harlan Cleveland, Clayton
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k WU tiYft DO opportw\Jty to CWIID"'etlt Cllllt. and belin-a that It
wW   trouble. Howem. t.e II aab.tantiaUy the IOOd
IOidier about Jt. aDd il prepared to try ud tbt bat ..-Jbk VS
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  and'"" pruumDblw Nul'-'" .coompluMd ,,., o/
arrloGI. Perhaps Bill Bowdler may recaJI what Tracy 1D fact told
Steveuon. Lookina at your four polntJ. I would MY that Steven10n
cmainJy UDdmtood No. ![that there wouJd be ai).Day IDvufon by
uti-Castro troops] ... But I usume that Tracy had aid 10methina to
lllm about )'OW points 1[tbat there wouJd be a D-2 air ltrikt) and S
(that there would be • 1>-D•Y air ltrilel and that we clld DOt make
point 4 (the JPedSc date of either J>.day or D-2] dear to Stevenson,
leavina him under the impression, u I wrote 1D A TltouMJnd IXJv-,
that the invasion , ·rou}d DOt take place while the Cuban ttem was
ander dilcw:sioo at the UN. I do DOt bow why Stevenson was not in·
formed more precise))· about the date. It was probab)y because the
date had DOt been bally 1et In Washin&ton. ud we suwc-ed that
that question could be faced farther dOTt'D the road.••
Based on the previow)y di.Jcussed cable tnf6c from the U!iUN New York
to the Department of State followini the D-21trike, Schlesinaer'a assumptions
reaardina Barnes 'a briefina D-2 and D-Da y were ill error. U D-2 wa.s
mentioned, It b hard to tm.aaine that It was mentiooed in any ccntext other
than that Jt was to be carried out by the CIA-trained, anti-Castro pilots. Tbw
any references that Stevenson picked up about the 15 April ltrile should have
recal.led the le:Uion with Baine$. A1 already mentioned, the D-2 date bad been
let by the moruinl of 6 April, two days prior to the Barnes-Schlesinaer trip to
USUN New York.
Because Schlesinler missed pert of Barnes's brie6na.. Richard F. Pedersen,
then Chief of the Political Section, of the USUN Mission was queried about the
meetina. Pedersen wrote:
I was present with Amb. Stevenson and Amb. (Francis T. P.)
Plimpton In the by Tracy Baines [sic] (and Arthur Schles--
inier) in 1961 . ...
In fact, the brie6na totalh· misled Amb. Stevenson, Amb.
Plimpton, and me as to the .-cope and tim.ina of what was undenuy.
The effect of the briefina wa.s this
1) That the CIA wa.s Involved In plans for an Internal
uprisina on the island (This had to have included mention of
outside Cuban assistance thoudl I do not DOw remember this as a
fact.)
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u tDtemaJ Cuban event.
I) That pbh• would happen the .-ion rl the
Caertl Allemblv, then amderway. 0 uled thh que.tioo mYtell.)
    wu DO mention of datea, DO mention of an .. tiJvuion .. by a
force of Cubans; DO mention w,...aboever ol anvthlna like a '"D-Day'"•
DO mention of US air ltrikes; a.M DO mention of a date . ...
The three key facton for 111 were: appeaJ'I.nOt of an tDtemal
apr1sina, DO US and DOthine dwinl the General
A.Dembly lellion. I am clear about thete mattm. u I was raponsible
for ow lt.andlt01 ol the Cub&n item then bel ore the General
Allemblv . •••
I wu abo Intimately involved ID the false llatementJ of Gov.
Stnenson. which be made about two aircraft in Florida Just
before the tnvufon. It was obvious at that point that IOIDethilli wu
aoceJentina (althouah we were completely uninformed about an
tiJvasion). Nevertheless., we were fully usured from Washinaton that
the two planes ID Florida were lecitimate Cuban aircraf l which had
defected.
I wrote the 6nt draft to tlili etf ect my,ell. This was then
rewritten tn W ashi.nlton. where It wu deared by 5ecret.a.ry R wlc
himJetl and, I was told, by the responsible penon in CIA. When Mr.
Sisco telephoned the redraft beck on Saturday morn.lni (15 Apri)ll
commented about hall way throuah that the draft wu not a denial
Mr. Sileo aid that It was and that the rest of the tert would &ho.,.· that.
It did, alt.boudllt ma v well he that we lt:renithened the words on the
phone.•
I then took the tert to Governor Stevenson, te1Jina him that the
Department bad veri.6ed that, whatever was bappenina, the two
planes CODCeTDed were lettitimate defectina planes of the Cuban Air
Force. & we bv then had pictures of these planes in New Yort a.s
well as the statement\ of the pilots, both of which were also
if the Washinlton text was true, we added those elements to the
llatement be later made to the Committee.
AJ we were obviowly dea.lina with 1 delicate matter on which it
was important to be riaht, I suaested to Go\·. Stevenson he verify the
llatement qaln directly •ith Secret.an· Rwl. He asked his secretary
to male the call, but Just at that point Mr. Sisco called him Gov. Ste-
venson then ¥erlfied the Jt.atement with Mr. Sisco instead, and we
ahortJy went into the Committee where made it. . ..
Foreian Minister Roa attacled our statement in the Committee so
robusth· that I beaan to aet ooncemed aaa.in Saturda)· afternoon I
• lcaPh SUco wu Drpul)· DirectOJ cl 1M cl UN Politic:al ADd Setwity AHain
located 1D tbr cl Sutt in Wuhl..tcton
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Duznben and othn we could read IDto 1M
record durtna tht Dn1 debe te to prow that thea t-o planes wen
from tht Oahe.n Air F oroe.
On Sunday mom.!Da (16 Apri]ll was told that Wuhinltoo had
ln&Dy aid that punuant [de] or that line of lDQuJry would DOt be
fruJ tf ul It WJJ then clea, that ow Saturday bad been fabe.
I I Top Secret televa.m or complaint from Scnemon to the
Secretary (or the President) Md, accompanied by Wm Bawdier . ..
took It to Gov. Stevenson at the WaJdorf. I told him the Saturday
IU temtnts bad been false and showed him the am. whJch
lilne<f-probe bly. thou&h I do not mnem her for RUe, with chanaes
o!IW own .. He was undent.and&Liy WTY d.llturbed.•• •
or the Pr26s from the D-2 raid, itJ pl]oo claim1na to be Cuban
defecton, bad landed at the Boci ChJca NavaJ Air Stat:ion oear ley West on
15 April leepl.ni the variow aJrcraf \ that entered Florida·, a.lr space properly
idtnti.fied-Zuniaa '1 B-26 at Miami, the ba da.mqed B-26 at the Boca
Chie& N AS, and the Cuhana plane the V erda.euen landed at Jacksonville-
added to the confusion about SctvenSOn '1 position. Aocordina to SchJesinaer,
Secretary Rusk:
leeUU for 1 while to have cOntused the phony defector at ley West
with the authentic defector at Jacksonville. Apparently it was not
until late Saturday afternoon that be understood that the ley West
pla.n was part or the CIA plot.
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Schlesinaer himsell still rud not undersand that the ley West B-26 was
not a .. phony" and be teems to ba ve been una ware that Zunii.a ·, lanc:L..na at
Miami was the iDtended deception.
In his effort to protect the Kennedy White Howe, claimed
CIA had misled State, and "possibh· the A,aency havina worked out its de.
oeption plan. felt obliaed to deceive even the rest or its own &overn.mmt; or
possibly ti-t CIA   ti in the lntel.l.iamce Branch, wa.s himsell ·unwit-
ti.ni'.''
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U SchJesLiier wa.s correct in saying that on 15 April 1961 following
t.ht air strike, Harlan Cleveland contacted State's Bureau or "lnteramerican
Affairs" (achwh· the Bureau of American Republic Affairs), which in turn
called the CIA, and i! went to the .. Brinch" (CA's
Directorr.te for lnteUi&ence), State ca.lled WTODI party.
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ARA/State should
have 10ne direct!)' to Secretan· Rwl or to CIA's Western Hemisphere Division
for lnformition on the anti-Castro pro;ect. Rwk's confusion about the three
aircraft in Florida implies ineptitude on his part and on the part or his
immediate staff-not de\iousnes.s on the part of CIA. Unlike Stevenson, Rwl
wa.s full)' rr-ad into the operational plan, even though be would rubseQuentlr
.uaest lo the contrary.
• Stt"YalSO'n 'a proCesl did not n!Cis1tT on Wuhinrton. for a w&S to
him on Monda) . 17 April at 1213 houn proviclmi him with ··Aan,ua,c for 11
Cubans make .00. with bomb and rocket fr&IJTlmls [from [).2. attack} " •
Franc:U T. P. Plimpton rQOrted thaI .. _... ln canpleir a.oc:ord with M1
Pedenen wrote about this epUode
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clet.a1b of tht operaUca planDed to owt CAitro, Scnonton wulllanded iD an
antenabk PQiftion: OD center st the UN. tD tht· rok of defender of
VnJted S&ata'IDteratJ, with the wrona lines to redte and without uvthlna
wl.wltiaJ from whlcb to ad lib. Beyond that IDdilnJty. been malial..d
for more than twenty ran with aCC"W&ttons that be &Dtervened to PIe vent the
D-O.y air ltrlke, a role he dJd DOt play. SteveNOn u.ndmtood the Deed to win
the bettie with Cutro. Despite h1s penonal raervatiom, be advocated the we
of covert force to brtn, the operation to a JUccessfuJ ooocJUifon. From within
CIA, the USUN Ambulador de.erva prabe rather than coatinued cenrure.
BEFERENCES
1. Murpby, Qerla. •cut. · Thr 1\ecord Set Stra!aht ... Fm""', Stop &1 , p. 1:28
Wra. l.arl £.and Szulc:, Tad. Tlw £Mbon ln..non (Nrw Yad: p. 124
POW'a'l. T\omu, TM 111111 l:lpt IN s.c-m. (Nrw Yad: Alfred A. boP), p.
114.
I. $cb!...!...,., Arthur M., Jr., A Tltowand n. .. (Baltoo: HCJUiht011 Mi!!lin. p. !71.
a. HaJpetin, Mauric:t, Tltl ltw end o.dfnl of Fldll c..tro (Bfddry. ol
CAlif orD1a rr-.. 1 p. 88
4. Murpby, p.l28
&. HIDit. E. Hoonni. C. V• Tltu O.v (Nrw RocbeDe, Arlirct011 HOUR, p. 147 .
6. Letter to Dr Ja,c:l B Pfd!er from Lyman 8. DrQ.trlci, Jr.,ltl Apr 76
7. Wile, O.Yid aDd"'-. Tboaw.. htoe.nJV Coomarnmt (Nrw Yad: a.ndom
pp 16-17 .
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8. Thomu. Huah, Cuhan ltnJOluUon Yorl. Harper and Rowe, p 530
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Ddeptioo to tM l'N Ceorral A.llenlbl y, Press Rdeut No. 369i, 15 Apr 61.
14 ol State, (owun!DI Tdecram from N_. YO!l. to SecSute: No 1881, 15 Apr 61,
No 1877, 15 Apr 61. (U)
15 IW., No 1885. 15 Apr 61. (U}
16 lbul., No 1892, 16 Apr 61 (U}
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18 Letter to Dr Jed B PieafJer from Arthw SchJesinaer, Jr.,IO Jul76
Schlesmse-r. A t 'J.ouaond p 271.
19 Lette-r to Dr Jack B Plei!er frou1 Richard F. Pcdenm. 19 Jul 76
10 ol State Outaoina Tdecrun to USUN for 17 Apr 61 , No 7314 (U)
ll Letter to Dr Jack B PleilJer from Francis T. P. Plimpton, l2 Jul 76
.U Schles:i.aler, A TJ.ouaond p f7 2.
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Chief, Appraisal Section
L.   Thompson
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HUNT, Everette Howard, Jr.
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lPPROm F8111ELWE 1!!3
CIA PRDGMM
.1. Subject is currently employed as Ops Officer, GS-l5.L DDP/CA
Sta.f'f', Ot::rice o-r the Chief. Under the reinvestigation program checks
vere scheduled at ·FBI (bud f"ram 21 Sept. 1949) and at esc SD.d police
and credit checks in Washington, .D. C., area; results ·of these checks
vere reported negati.vely. A review of Subject's f'ile bas been made to
determine i.f a speci.al polygraph interview is in order.
2. SUbject has been employed by this Agency and predecessor agencies
l since 1945. He was pol.ygraphed in 1953 with favorable results. Subject
vas re-pol.ygraphed ·in January 1957 in connection vith his certification
to the Department of State
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indicative or deception to any or the queStions asked.{ ..J
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e attempted to cancel his transfer f"rom
in(ijcates possibility that
J>y palltical. JnaneuverlngJ
4. Polyg:niph vas valved upon Subject's return, 20 19),. On 22
June 196o approval vas granted for Subject's assignment t At this
time all inf'orma tion of an unfavorable .nature vas cons ide •
5. Information vas received 5 November 196o r-rorn{ ]indicating

Subject had, correspondence vith contacts there, (certain
) een .indiscreet relative to his activities in conne ction
1 th the Cuban pro • Memorandum dated 24 Jan. 1961 to Chief, S?.S/OS
recommended that Subject be given a strong varning concerning indiscreet
remarks and disclosure o:f information; :file did not indicate
that any action vas taken.
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SL"bJECT : Everett. Ho...,.ard :Junt
1. Action Requested: · This · m2mor&ndus contains a
forsyour approval.
2. Basic Data: There is attached for
the Record preparea by Mr. Scott D. Breckinridge, Deputy
Inspector in connection with press allegations that
Everett Howard Hunt mitht have been involved in the
assassination of former President Kennedy. In addition, this
Office vas contacted on 10 1974 by Mr.
Special Assist.il.Dt to the Deput-y Director for Operations, in
COllJUtction Yith. the lat'ter• S receipt of an mquiry by .. John_
· tlaumb;. Deputy to the concerning another
press inquiry related . to the Both o£ the afore- .
onentioJUtd inquiries related to allegations regardilli both
Mr. Hlm.t a.nci Mr • . Frank Anthony Sturgis. - )tr. Sturgis vas not
a5sociated.:svi th the Ageru:y in any !U.Illler i.a Noveml>ar 1963.
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FBI Liai.son Officer ·advised: Mr · -· Hunt was ·interviewed on
17 October 1974 and Mr. Hu.nt advised: 3.t that ti!:le that- he bad
learned oi the assassination of for2er on · ·
his car radio while be was in ·a leave status in the · :. ·
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Memo For:
Subject :
DDA from Director of Security
Everett Howard Hunt
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(re Hunt's alleged involvement in assassination of
President Kennedy. Memo asks DDA to approve attached
memoranda to FBI re NXKHX whereabouts of Hunt during
period of 20 Nov 63 - 24 Nov 63)
Attachments:
Memo to Director, FBI from Charles Kane, dtd 29 Oct 74.
Subj: Everett Howard Hunt
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SUBJECT : Mr. E. Howard Hunt
REFERENCE : Memorandum for Acting General counsel from
Chief, CCS, Dated 2 November 1973
1. With the assistance of Mr. Robert Johnson, Deputy
Director, Passport Office, I thoroughly reviewed eleven (11)
Passport Office files with the name of Edwa.rd HAMILTOU.
These passport applications had been serviced throughout the
United States and consisted of the following:
4 Edward Joseph Hamilton
3 Edward Hamilton
1 Edward Jonas Hamilton
1 Edward James Hamilton
1 Edward Jackson Hamilton
1 Edward John Hamilton
2. A careful review of these files, pictures, dates of
birth, place of birth, etc. indicated that not one of these
passports had been issued to E. Howard HUNT in the name of
Edward Joseph HAMILTON.
3. In addition, I reviewed the file of Frank STURGIS,
Frank Angelo FIORINI, which contained no reference to
E Howard HUNT, although reference was made to some other
associates in the "Bay of Pigs" period.
4. The file of E. Howard HUUT indicated that HUNT was
issued a Regular (Tourist) passport, #B 1811567, on July 21,
1971, which will expire in July 1976.
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James W. Fran..ltlin
Chief, Official Cover Branch, CCS
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In September 1975 I was asked by Congressman Henry Gonzalez to
pr·ovide .verification of a statement that E. Howard Hunt was CIA Chief of
Station in Mexico City in 1963 for a limited period of time.
I have obtained verification of this from two sources whom I oon-
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sider to be highly reliable, but , for the record, I would wish to include any
official statement from your agency on this matte r.
This information is being prepared for a report to the House Select
Committe e on Assassinations.
My information is this:
At the time of Lee Harvey Oswald
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visit). he was the subject of photo surveillance conducted by the agency. At
this time Hunt was chief of station, I am informed, and had overall responsib-
ility for the Fhoto surveillance t e ams set up across the streets from the Cuban
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A number of photos were taken of an individual posing as Lee Oswald .
The se photos, taken on different occasions since the individual is wearing
different clothing, a re not of Oswald, but of a man who worked for the agency
ir. a nother capacity, acc ording to a former agency official who has m e t lhi!
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Specifically, I am requesting, under the Freedom of Information Act,
confirmation or denial of Hunt's employment status and locatio n in the fall
of 1963. Was Hunt employed at the Mexi co City station and, if so, in what
capacity? What was his responsibilities eo far as the photo surveillance is
concerned?
Incidentally, while I am writing this letter, I would als o like to
inquire as to whether there is in existence any files or documents in your
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agency pertaining to myself. If so, I would like to request copies of these
documents in accordance with the provisions of the law.
Please send me your reply as soon as possible.
cc: Henry Gonzalez
Robert Tannenbaum
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Before you make any statement to, or ansv1er any
questions from, the CortL'TiiSsion or its investigators., you
should understand that you have the right to remain silent.
If you choose to answer, anything you say can be used
you in court.
You may a for advice before any questions
are put, and may have a you during questioning.
If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you
before questioning if you Hish. If you decide to answer
questions a lawyer present, you still have the
right to stop answering at any time; or you may defer your
answer until you talk to a  
WAIVER
I have read and understand the foregoing advice. I
am willing to make a statement and answer questions £mi.1ilot]
[':·lithout] a lewyer at this time. No promises or. threats
have been made to me, and no pressure or coercion of any
kind has been used against me.
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
15 February.lQ74
APNOVED FOR RUUSE 1993
CIA HlSTORfCAt REVIEW PROGRA"'
SUBJECT: Interview of Mr. Davis Powell
on the David St. John Novels
1. On the morning of 15 February 1974, the
undersigned interviewed Mr. Davis Powell, currently
a Budget Officer on the staff of the Deputy Director
for Management and Services. Mr. Powell is located
in Room 7C18. During 1965 Mr. Powell was Chief of
Support of the then designated Western European Divi-
sion. In July 1965 a contract was written authorizing
and benefits to Mr. E. Howard Hunt assign-
ment The
purp e of this interview was to determine if r. Powell
had any information on Mr. Hunt's activities during this
period.
2. Mr. Powell responded that from his recollection
it was Mr. Hunt's habit to deal only with the most senior
officer available. In this case Mr. Hunt dealt directly
with the then Chief of Western European Division, Mr.
Rolf Kingsley. Mr. Powell states that, in his capacity
as Chief of Support, any undertaken to support
Mr. Hunt's assignment was undertaken second
and thirdhand on receipt of ins ructions from Mr. Kingsley's
office. He further stated that he was never briefed on
the purpose of Mr. Hunt's mission and could add little in
terms of speculation. Mr. Powell recommended that Mr.
Edward Ryan, who was then Deputy Chief of Western European
C
ivision, be cont,ed. Mr. Powell cso suggestlthat
be interviewed. as the
xecutive Secreta y in Western Europ n uring th;
time that Mr. Hunt's   written and _j
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stands that . fis currently assigned to the
office of t e Chief, Division.
Lawrence J. Howe
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3. Mr. Rocca was tnoroughiy candid and
during the course of this interview. He was unable to
suggest alternate means of attempting to determine if
any official Agency sponsorship of Mr. Hunt did in fact
exist. Mr. Rocca did venture the opinion that he felt
that in all probability an official acquiescence on the
part of senior officials might have been involved rather
than an official sponsorship. It was agreed by all in
this discussion that the nature of any informal support
given to Mr. Hunt would be far more difficult to define
in the absence of any formalized agreements.
 
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CIA HISTORICAL Rr/IEW PROGRAM
SUBJECT: Office of Finance Records - E. Howard Hunt
1. On the instruction of Mr. Steven L. Kuhn, Chief
of Operations, PSI, the made an appointment
the afternoj of 20 February 1974 to interview Mr.
Office ot inance, and Mr. of Finance
· Chief, Certifiction and ·son Divi-
on the subject of E. lard unt. · At th outset of
the interview Mr. advised the undersigned that
instruction had· rece· ed from the Director. of the
Off i ce of Finance, Mr. Thomas Yale, that discussion on
the subject of Mr. Hunt was to be carried,ut
the Office of the Inspector General. Mr . stated
that he had informed Mr. Yale of the requ ted i erview
and had received this instruction with the suggestion
that the undersigned contact Mr. Yale directly with any
inquiry.
2. Accompanied by undersigned
briefed Mr. Yale on the nathre of tht'request and iden-
tified the "Task Force" effort being undertaken by the
Off ice of . Security in concert with the Offices of the
Inspector General and Legislative Counsel. Mr. Yale
responded that he recognized the legitimacy of the in-
quiry. Mr. Yale explained that subsequent to,'nitJ. tion
of the complete audit being undertaken by Mr . of
the Audit Staff, the Deputy Director for Mana men and
Services, Mr. Harold L. Brownman, had requested the
Office of Finance to discontinue their investigation of
Mr. Hunt to avoid duplication. Mr . Yale added paren-
thetically that it was the nature of Finance Officers
not to leave a job half done and that an "informal"
inquiry into Mr. Hunes financial records had neverthe-
less continued at a more subdued pace.
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f Mr. Hunt were reviewed for possible indications
of the operational activity undertaken in
A review of travel vouchers indicated that Mr.
1Hunt an his family made accountings indicating departure
fr C., on 5 August 1965 with an arrival
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, jSupport account. A subsequent account1ng
{-marized PCS travel expenses and included a payment for
apartment rental for 16, 17 and f.& August 1965 with-f
in the amount of $125 tol· _j for
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4. It was determined that an allottee bank account
in Mr. Hunt's name had been established at the Riggs
National Bank of Washington. All salary and other non-
rPperaJ · nal reimbursements wer e made to Mr. Hunt through
t check to this account. An operational account
Lwas es blished for Mr. Hunt with the Chase Manhat tan
Bank of New York ' City. A review of all payments made to
Mr. Hunt through the Chase bank account through Mr. Hunt's
operat ional advance s ubsidi ary account, or 1442 account,
had been made . There was no record of any operat i onal
acco un ts or advanc e s be ing processed hann0l.
Mr. Yale s tated that thi s fac t de fined his concern He
f e lt that it was inconce ivabl e that Mr . Hun t coul d
undertaken oper at i onal ac tivity withou t some t rans fe r of
or accoun ting for f unds . To dat e , no s uch r eco rJ j have
been developed. No reference to a project or proj ec t
digraph or operational FAN number has been l ocated. Al
expenses connsed with Mr. Hunt idenJ· f i ed to dat e were
_.4harged to the . A review made of
ecords has not indica ed any "Developmental
Land Targe t of portunity (D&TO)" funds or "Other Oper a-
t ional Ac t i vi ty (OOA)" f unds e xpended by or on behalf of
Mr . Hunt . These two a ccount s would normally be t he source
of operational f unding not charged agai nst a spec ific pro -
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for Mr. Hunt during this period also failed to identify
a project. In addition to the PCS and return vouchers,
two other accountings are on record. One
covered a trip by the entire Hunt family t _.J"for
the of ). as." A second voucher co tel a
trip from · o Washington with return t
made by Mh- Hun rom 5 January to 8 January 66. e
voucher states in the space provided for the citation of
the travel order number - "no travel order." The account-
ing was approved and signed by Mr. Thomas Karamessines,
then Deputy Director for Plans. No justification or
statement of purpose for this TDY was given on the account-
ing.
6. Mr. Yale determined ·that further review of possible
sources or identification of .operational funding was in
order. Mr. Yale gave instructions that the entire 1442
advance account of Mr. Hunt be reviewed for other possible
channels of funding outside of the New York Chase account.
After discussion, it was agreed that particular attention
be taken to any items connected with publishing or book
royalties. Mr. Yale noted that the royalty offset waiver
provision ammended to Mr. Hunt's contract was, in his ex-
perience, somewhat unusual.
7. Mr. Yale was informed by the undersigned of the
intention to interview Mr. Edward Ryan, C:Ef,
Division D, who was at the time of Mr.   assign-
ment, Deputy Chief of the Western Hemisphere D1visi n. Mr.
Yale suggested that Mr. Davis Powell also be interviewed.
The undersigned informed Mr. Yale that this had been done
and briefed Mr . Yale on the generally negative results of
the interview. Mr . . Yale then recommended that Mr. Sam
Halpern be interviewed. Mr. Yale noted that Mr. Halpern
had been an assistant to Mr. Desmond Fitzgerald when the
latter was Chief, Western Hemisphere Division and had ac-
companied Mr. Fitzgerald when he became Deputy Director for
Plans. Mr. Yale recalled that subsequent to Mr. Fitzgerald's
passing that Mr. Halpern remained on the staff and acted as
an Executive Officer for Mr. Thomas Karamessines. Mr. Yale
stated that from his experience, Mr. Karamessines would
have delegated all the arranging of "details" surrounding
an assignment such as Mr. Hunt's to Mr. Halpern. Mr. Yale
offered the parenthetical observation of his surprise at
what he interpreted to be reticence to date to interveww
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activity developed in subsequent investigation. Mr. Yale
stated that any information in this area would greatly
facilitate the job of checking computerized financial
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CIARDS on 30 April 1970. lie had previously served with the O:f:ficc ;JJf.
o:f tegic uring World War II. QQ..,6 November 1970 , . :-. f
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On 19 July 1971 Subject was reported to have joined the lii:>use · I•
Sta:f:f as a Consultant to President .Nixon preparatory to the • . t-
trip to the Peoples Republic o:f China. Subject's Agency security , i
:file was revie·..,ed by the Federal Dureau o:f Investigatio.p-:qD: 5 August i'
1971. Subject is a writer o:f espionage :fiction. ' m 1968 Subject ;;: :. I
circu'J.ar to the publishing community Us ' This Day;" a I&!amfscript I
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with Time, Incorporated, he entered the Air Force, where he was ,· :,
detailed to the Office of Strategic Services. He served in the Fer _--··!f.
East until January 1946. Subject engaged in \-:Titing and then
May 1948 w1til Februa_ry 1949 \-las employed by the Economic Cooper9.tion
Administr11tion {ECA) serving in Paris, France, as an aide to
Avarell Harriman.
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o:f Investigation in July 1949 revealed no indication o:f instability <: · .... ;
on Subject's part, but it was later learned th&t Subject had been
refused an increase in salary with the ECA and had been
to resign. Subject '\-ras at that time described by Paris informants
highly intelligent and also blindly selfish
egotistical to both colleagues and Subject
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States in June 1960 and <ms assigned to l-le>:ico City on Projec .. .J
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that. Subject bad written former Uruguay!L., contacts commenting th:\t .: ·r-7_. ··'
he ,..-as >Iorking on the Cuban problem and publishing an anti-Castro .·., c":- ·
newspaper in Miami. It was recamnended that Subject be \larned about
such indiscreet remarks, but apparently no action Has taken.
6. Subject served in Headque..rters assignments until July 196). . '
when he was converted to Contract status and sent
He returned to Headquarters in Septeinber 1966 and served in DDP '7/iif •.
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7. Hbile Subject was stationed in;" J his wife's em:xyment
by the Argentine Ambassador was approvea·by the( . In
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for the Spanish Embassy in Washington. "{Subject's Yrife's employer .. -'
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be done at home for the most part, and Subject's was apparently
suggested i'or the job.) This request >.'!is denied, but in February 19(}3' ·
it 1<ns learned that Subject's Hi:fe apparently <!aS doing translations· · :.
at ho!ne for the Spanish Embassy. The roatter >Jas discussed >Iith senior
Agency of:ficials and arrang=ents made to terminate the relationship
on 30 June 1963.
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his office "-as considering three individuals as possible •'ghost ,c:,',
writers on Agency projects. Subject initiated the requests but
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learn_ ed that Subject was circulating the publishing com::,..nity
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it was sent on that date to William)·:· Buckley, Jr.', or.
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professed ignorance, but when told the title admitted he   ·: __ __
it for his own be?efit as a historical record: Subject said. he. had  
shown the manuscr1pt &.bout two years ago to h1s agent, Max - ·"' .'1.
and to William F. Jr. He said he had only wanted an opinion .
from these gentlemen, and added that the manuscript had been returned '" 'l·''
to him. He had, he said, not wanted it published. Subject was'
instructed as to the danger of such a manuscript being published, and ·-··- ·· '
was to attempt to determine how many copies of it might be in circulation.
He wa:. not to contact Walker and Company, who vere the source of the
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11. Subject retired on 30 April 1970. At the time, he listed
his forwarding address as in care of Robert R. Mullen and .._ ·
'r/jishington, D.C . .,.....On 6 November 1970 Subject ac._ J .
l - yor jith Rober'&R. '>:!'" :,
and Company, Washillg'ton, D.C.
12. On 19 July 1971 Subject was by the Jersey City,.
New Jersey, Journal to have joined the1{Qite House Staff' as a
Consultant to President Nixon preparatory to the President's visit _£'_·_'
to the Peoples Republic of China. Subject's Agency security file
was reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on 5 August, 1971,•:!':-"
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Attached is a of a cable which was brought to m.y attention by
Mr. O'Neal,· CI/SIG. Mr. Horton requested that Mr.· O'Neal check
. concerning any ·in!or.mation .developed by the Office of Securlty.
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Subject oould recently purchase a $70, 000 horne   C.
A check of Subject file indicates that Subject has some outside incom.e.
since he has written a nwnber of "pocket books" and bas certain
corporation stocks.
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{a) . Cridit checks be conducted on Subject in t4e. Wa.shington, .
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remarks and statements concerning his current assignment.
Subject has been a problem. in the past and apparently continues to be
a problem.. If information can be obtained other than the cable information
which apparently could not be used, it is felt that Subject should be given
1!-t .strong warning indiscreet remarks and unauthc:>rized
disclosure of information.
Attachment as noted above.
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HUNT Everette Howard J.
DATI!: 12 October 1961
#23500
1. Attached is a copy of a memorandum dated 29 September 1961
concerninf a rauest for permission for the Sub.ject to reestablish --,
contact >.-i th,
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signed and the contact has been approved by Nr. Helms.
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to furnish a list of CIA personnel authorized to attend lectures at the In-
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these indivi.duals should have TS clearance.
2. The individuals listed in the enclosure to this memorandum are cleared
for access to CIA information through TOP SECRFI' and the Office of Training
may authorize their attendance at individual lectures at· the above school
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2eference is made to dated 27 SEptember 1950 concerning the
of Pod his disagreements with l!r. Eve"rt:;tte
ilowerd Hunt.
The files or lnd Hunt were reviewed and the m&tter therJ·
with the chargls- ofj 1hr;ainst Hunt and Hunt ereJ
disc"ssed v:ith ;:r. Loker,'"-chief, Sj1l:'cial Security Br,.nch. (... _ .
1'"€ concl2' on was the.t considering the background of H=t, his
v;ife, an· · , that in all likelihood, there is a modicum ol' truth to _the
they e each other; however, it was again lobical to'believe
the security of all Lhese individuals has not materially been effected end
tJ-,e.t it W&.S e clash of :>ersonalities due environment end bnckrround.
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the loyalty of' thEose individuals could not be impugned. ·i,.
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sflc.-..old Le considered l"ror.l e. pe.rsonel enci not upon a security tasis; however,
E-rJ.y   upon the part of e.ny of th6se individuals should C6ll for r6-
of t.'leir security status. This office assu.,.es th•t the m•,tt<;r has
btEn to the s.ttention.of the indivi:iunls concerned and t!:at they will
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SUBJECT:
Mr. Scott Breckinridge
Robert W. Gambino
Director of Security
House Select Committee on
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12 JUL 1978
1. (U/AIUO) Action Requested: None; for information
only.
2. (U/AIUO) Background: Reference is made to the
attached request from the House Select Committee on Assassi-
nations (HSCA) dated 20 June 1978 (OLC 78-2460). The HSCA
has asked for access to any and all reports and documents
concerning four individuals, t\-IO operations, and one company.
The HSCA has also for any and all reports or documents
concerning any French nationals or citizens involved in
plots or conspiracies to assassinate President Kennedy or
Fidel Castro (item #2) .
(U/AIUO) The Office of Security has material avail-
able for review regarding Valentin Bakulin (#4) and Ricardo
Morales-Navarrete (#8). One report (dated 15 September
1958, subject: John Joseph Bittner) and one memorandum
(dated 31 December 1963, subject: Lee Harvey Oswald -
Address Book), originating with the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation, were located on Jaggers -Chiles- Stovall Corporati on
of Dallas, Texas ( # 7) . No record was found of Pierre Q\.;en
Diez De Ure (#3), Operation Proudfoot (#5), or Operation
Pathfinder (#6). On the basis of information furnished
regarding Jose Luis Romero (#1), this Office cannot locate
any identifiable information regarding him. Should the HSCA
secure additional information on Romero and desire the
Office of Security to search the name again, we shall do so.
The Office of Security cannot conduct a meaningful search
concerning item #2 without specific identities and identi-
fying information.
(C) Please contact 1\lr. Bruce Solie (red line 9126)
or Mr. John Sullivan (red line 1893) when HSCA staffers
desire to review the above material.
APPRO'iEu RE1E\Sf. i9S3
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Robert W. Gambino
Attachment

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R'MSEARCH
ASSOCIATES
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Dear Mr. Cornwell:
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This office is legal counsel for E. Howard Hunt, Jr., and I
am sure you are aware of the recent correspondence from this
office concerning his requested before your com-
mittee in public session forthwith. Last week this writer
was personally told by attorney Robert Genzman of your com-
mittee staff that he would respond to Mr. Hunt's requests and
demands immediately. I waited until today, and I just called
him; he notified me that the committee has no present plans
to call Mr. Hunt for public testimony at this time; however,
that the committee is interested in hearing from Mr. Hunt in
executive session some time in October, 1978.
If the committee is interested in hearing from Hr. Hunt, why
are you going to deny him the public opportunity of clearing
his name? As you know, executive session testimony is never
reported, and while Mr. Hunt could claim some time in the
future that he said such and such in executive session , there
would be no proof thereof, nor the same readership that saw the
scurrilous, scandalous, defamatory and false allegations against
him that appeared in the print media recently ... having been ,
according to the article, leaked to these journalists by yo\lr
corrunittee staff.
For the fourth time, I am again asking that \ve be provided
with a copy of the so-called CIA 1966 secret memo regarding
Nr. Hunt, the name or names of those persons on your committee
\vho provided that information to members of the news media,
the response of ltt. Helms, Mr. Angleton, and Director Turner
to their knowledge of the contents of the so-called secret
memo, as well as the response of Mr. Marchetti and the two
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i!l regard to the i.nformation that Hu"'"NT was bri<!Ied in April 1964 con-
cerning 'i'40SENKO. It i:s a r.:latter ior S<!riou3 concern i1 HuNT bas
testified or does te.stiiy concerning hi.!i   of CIA activities or
if is permitt:d to prepare a manuscripi: in prhon) based on
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MR. ANGLETON
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If you could make a note there.
Sure.
According to Lyle Miller, Deputy Leg.
Counsel, he has a paper of Security's
on this fellow Hunt -----para. 15-----
Subj. Security file reflects that Subj .
has in the past been of operational
intereft to Mr. James Angl e ton, C/CI Staff/
DDP, in connection with an OP matter. On
19 June 19 72 Nr. Fred Hubbard, CI/Staff,
advised that he will provide info as to
the nature of Mr. Angleton's utilization
of Subj . That's the end of the quote.
Yes Sir.
As I told Mr. ---when I talked to Mr.
Osborn I didn't have this in hand and
he didn't recall it ----so-----it throws----
the fact that I talked to Hubbard who
denies all of this,------.
Please hang on---
Mr. Angleton, could you hang on to this----
he doesn't r emember it?
No, he doesn't remember making such a
statement. According to him, I remember
him well -- Second, I've never met
in my life, and I'd appreciate it if Mr.
Osborn ----who's going up with the Director
today, find out who the author is of all
of this and brief him on all of this ---
that's it.
Thank you, I will.
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A I may have come by hi s house. We • ve knovm
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Q All right. Is he the same source for your
allegati on on page 77 that Mr. Hunt secretly organized a
plot to overthrow the Uruguayan Goverrunent?
A My recollection of this point is really not
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14 jwas?
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Q All right , do you know \vho Lold you that t-1r.
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bower would be using on his South American tour. (The practice
in Presidential travels was for a group of Marine Corps helicopters
to be on hand ahead of time to transport the President from one
point to another wherever he was visiting.) It is not known
whether Hunt was actually hinting at bribing the Uruguayan
government in this manner.
When Eisenhower arrived in Montevideo in the first days of
March, Nardone conveyed Hunt's message to a totally astonished
Eisenhower. Accustomed as he was to traditional military and
White House staff systems, Eisenhower was taken aback by the
notion that a relatively low-level CIA agent had engaged the
President of a friendly country to speak on his behalf. That same
evening, Eisenhower mentioned the incident to the American
Ambassador, Robert F. Woodward. He did so with a sense of
incredulity, but, at the same time, he made it clear to Woodward
that he did not propose to get invol ved in CIA's staffing problems
and that he would ignore the Uruguayan · President's request.
Shortly thereafter, word came from Washington for Hunt to re-
turn home as ordered. A new CIA station chief was about to
arrive in Montevideo.
Hunt has his own version of the events that led to his departure
from Montevideo. As he tells it in his book, "In March 1960 I
was having coffee with the newly elected president of the country
to which I was assigned, when a [CIA] station officer was
admitted. He told me that an urgent cable was waiting for me at
the American embassy, so I left and returned to my office. The
cable said I was wanted at Headqua1ters the following day to
discuss a priority assignment, and it was signed jointly by Richard
Bissell, Chief of CIA's Clandestine Services, and his first assistant,
Tracy Barnes."
One thing that Hunt omitted to relate in his account was that at
the same time he was apparently seeking Nardone's help, he was
secretly organizing a plot to overthrow the Uruguayan government.
State Department officials say that Hunt considered Nardone to be

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LENGTH: 692 words
HEADLINE: Hans V. Tofte, 76, Dies;
Ex-CIA Officer in Far East
BYLINE: Richard Pearson, Washington Post Staff Writer
BODY:
Hans v. Tofte, 76, a distinguished intelligence officer who had a colorful
career that lasted more than 20 years before he was forced to retire from the
central Intelligence Agency in 1966, died Aug. 24 in Gilbertsville, N.Y. He
lived in Gilbertsville.
Mr. Tofte worked in the anti-Nazi underground in his native Denmark in the
early days of World War II. Later in the war, he served in the armies and
intelligence services of Britain and the United States, and behind enemy lines
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in Europe and the Far East. During the Korean War, he was a leading CIA officer
in the Far East, organizing covert operations against the Chinese communists and
setting up "evasion and escape" routes for downed Allied fliers inside Korea.
He continued to serve in the CIA until he was dismissed because of a dispute
over his use of classified agency documents. Mr. Tofte, whose job involved
training covert agents, had taken government documents to his Washington home
where he was writing an agency textbook.
The events leading to his leaving the CIA began when he listed the basement
apartment of his home with a Washington realtor, who showed the property to a
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couple recently transferred to the washinqton area. The husband was a CIA
employe who somehow wandered into Mr. Tofte's upstairs study where he discovered
a stack of classified CIA documents.
After informinq the aqency of the documents, the man returned to Mr. Tofte's
home with another aqency employe and confiscated the material. Althouqh it was
never suggested that any of the material left Mr. Tofte's hands, his having the
material at home was apparently in violation of aqency rules. Mr. Tofte
maintained that many hiqh-level officials took classifed documents home to work
on and indicated to some reporters that he was dismissed because of unpopular
views he had developed reqardinq some CIA personnel and operations policies.
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Mr. Tofte was a native of Copenhagen and a 1929 qraduate of Holbaek Colleqe.
He beqan workinq for the East Asiatic co., a Danish shippinq concern, while
still a teen-aqer. At the aqe of 19, he was sent to China by the company for
language traininq. He learned Japanese, Russian and Chinese. He also spoke
English, German and Danish. He was working in the Far East when Denmark was
occupied by German forces.
After returninq to Denmark, he became active in the underqround before
fleeinq the country by German plane to Spain. He traveled to New York, where he
joined the British secret Intelliqence Service. That organization got him a
commission as a British Army brevet major and sent him to the Far East. He later
transferred to the American Office of strategic Services.
He worked for the Allied cause first in Singapore, then in Burma, where he
helped organize supply lines to China and worked with the famed Orde Wingate.
Later in the war, he went to Yuqoslavia where he organized clandestine supply
runs in small vessels to the Yuqoslav partisans. He also was stationed in cairo
and parachuted behind enemy lines into Germany. After the war, he remained in
the u.s. Army reserves and worked in the furniture business in Iowa and as an
airline representative in Denmark.
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He was recalled to active duty as a lieutenant colonel during the Korean war
and was sent to Japan. He helped expand agency operations in the Far East during
that war. In addition to organizing pilot rescue lines, he helped set up
querrilla operations in areas controlled by the communist forces and directed
highly successful propaqanda programs against the Soviet Union in Japan.
He also organized the 1951 hijacking of a Norwegian ship, carrying a huge
shipment of medical supplies from India to Communist China. Writer Joseph c.
Goulden later reported that Mr. Tofte persuaded the Chinese nationalists to stop
the ship on the high seas and confiscate the cargo (which the nationalists
kept), allowing the ship to proceed.
After the Korean War, Mr. Tofte remained with the CIA and worked with it in
Latin America. He also had been a special assistant to former director of
central intelligence Gen. Walter Bedell Smith.
survivors include a son, of Copenhagen, and a grandchild.
TYPE: OBITUARY
TOFTE HANd
China 19 Colombia 1962
Mader,J o's Who in CIA. 1968
Powers,T. The Man Who Kept the Secrets. 1979 (415-6)
Smith,R.H. OSS. 1981 (145)
Volkman,E. Warriors of the Night. 1985 (129)
Washington Post 8/30/87 (B8)
Wise,D. Ross,T. The Espionage Establishment. 1967 (164-5)
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member, certain papers were placed in a sealed envelope
(envelopes) in the particular file and were not reviewed by
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papers contained in each envelope must be replaced in the proper
envelope. This is extremely important since the envelope
is the only permanent record of which documents were or
not reviewed by the SSC Staff.
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Security files which were reviewed by SSC Staff members, but
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Mr.
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Wa.sb.ingt.on. D. C. 20505
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1 bave   e.ll docume ntat.ioL in posse£sion or
C\1!: tody aDd bereby cert.i!'y that l br.vE- n o classi fi t-d docUZLeDt.E
belonging to tbe CeLt.ral Intelligenc e Agency or otber classi-
fit-d 8Aterial relating to the national defense iD possession
or custody • aDd tbat e.rre.ngements bave bt-eD Jll.8de to have
delivered to tbe custody ot the Un.i tee St.at.es Goveroment aey
sud m&teri al V-li cl. 1 heretofore bsve retained.
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IT NOW APrP:ARS unlikely
that the Waltrlllo crhlls will
rid us of Utls turbulent !'Tell·
dent. II hu 11 lust had the
merit of tlrJlotlnJ to public
allrnlion mony of tho foul
proreuu and preuureo
,.hl<h undefl)ln Amerlclll
n.'l'
Uon. how ,J400,000 waa
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faro. llko lhltk bubblrs of
dreodlul • from lho depth
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much still remains to lester
1n tho dork There Is no,.



hruk Thr llnka hrtwren the
m•n or Watera•l• ond the
auaulnallun of J'ruld.:nt
John K.nnC'dy In Oallu 10
r;:!:rJKO C'lft no Jongu bo
F: ll oward lfunt wu 1 CIA
om, tr. I pt'rtOftll IISllllftt \0
('Jo\ ,,..,. All•n OuiiH. lho
rh1tf uf or.ratlont for the

 

llf'Porlmrnt or o.renre In tho
ftm Jttr of the Krnnedy

!'on•ldtrable dhtrru •u
thnrd In the CIA allrr the
lloy ol I'' "'· which KennNiy
•hartt\.1. • hrn Krnnf'dy ftr-rd
Al\•n and puhlk-ly
dt••·larl'\1 lhU hc waniC'd to
•· lhl CIA In • thou·
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the wtndl ••
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and rnean·hf"d In
b':.!: ' ••• r
llomrro 11 trlllna the lrullt
"'hrn hr clllmt I hot 1 Cl A
oprniJvt" rodr nan1td Make
o,..rrd him $400.000 to •••,.
olnatr Konnedy on hla •loU to
dr Gaulle In May. lOIII t ' rom
eYidtnce \n
t ho book. lndu41nr d-rtpo
uono, lhere ,.tmt lltllr doubt
WI •• Wlltt " wu IIWlL
Amoor tho b&ndtul of
people arnoled oo tho
aruuy knoll o•or1oolrlnr Ute
Da.llu utnwlnatJoo pol at wu
E lloward llunl 111 ""'' lht
other. were releued wUhout
C'hltltJ eh0t1l7 afterwerdl.
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kllll'd Kennedy from
this rrury knoll.
' tn \he eouree of tater
lnvrtlll•llono Into the uu ..
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watch tum ouuldo tho
\ub1n EmbUJy In Altslro
CHy. Jlt nld lhl photoaraph
 
luvllll lbe vlu
appllullon omce.
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brloro tl lo own llllltlnatlon.
ll obert Kellnedy oenl lwo
mtuenaen to Garrhon,
mlolna that If re-elected, he


words: "There are k\ln' hrt
Wrtn me and tho Whll•
Noust.'
1
E. IIC>Ward llunt w<nt to
worir In the While lloul<! In
li71. u a opeclol consultant
to Chari .. Cnuon, who matn
ulned the \\'bile llou••
·· •nomlt.t list." IIWII wu thr
man whn laktd tht docu
menta to lmplltalo Krnnedy
roth<r than tho CIA. In tho
auualnouon or South VIti
nanlt-e rrrslde-nt Diem lfr
al10 planned the bruk·l n Into
  of Dan Elhb.ra)
AI tho end of 1871 he and
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the pohlltal loltllll<ntr ntt·
"ri of wl\lcb the 1Yatrr1alo
break·ln wu bU1 one port
llunl wu the man ....,n IIPGd
lhe \Yoteralle rarau doort
to allow the brtok·ln tum tn
prnelrale tht bulld.lnr lie It
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anti lhe pilot or th< plan•.
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cyonlde In tholr llodlr<
durlnR the lnveni.-Uon or
th• mytl<rloul cnsh
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UA-663 wore killed. Both
OIRhl recorden. whkh miRhl
 

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hod been punctured 10 lflve
unrelloblo helaht readlnp
AI Chlooao'l Midway Airport.
th Rllde control eledronlc
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thr r,lon alltmpted It> fatal
land na .
llradrro who rhoose to
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· olio lnvalu,blo.
l"rom DalltJ 10 Wal"l•l.,
a deeaCSe ot rude ewakenlftl,l
1ro111 Ute Amer1ran drum 11
11 already clear tbat Amtrtc.'•
lalth In honal l will DOl 1M
ruiOrfd ualll tho lull truth
".r:·W..rknlc:=.
... never believed lhal lAo
llarvey Oswald wu the sole
klllu ol Joha Kennedy, the
Cull truth of that- dreadful
day In DaUu mual aloo one

la .. conver1e.
MART lN.. WALKER
40 men at tho National
Jndualrlal Rwuo.U Court.
whlcb lhl o weekend
lu Mtond onnlveroor'7 with·
out condlu or birthday coke,
acltnowledlt that lhoy .,..
lepl 11111nu ptp They
rull .. that t¥to II the Con·
atrv1ttves 111 r eturned to
power at the nut elet'llon,
the tonon ... ool wrappc:ra may
be alrlpped off end lhtlr ahor1
Ill• epan brouaht lo • ... 111
haiL
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II  
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•Ptl'\llallnK ahout lu futuro
pro1ptC:U, even undrr 1 Con·
aervollve Covernm•nt Undrr
• lAbour Govrrnrntnl of
tount, lhe NIR\ ,.ould dl•
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murh u for ... het ht ruiPs
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IO puwer. II II Ulrtmel1
doubtful whether Sir John
-.uuld hr rharrr ol the
<'nurt •c•tn. or more Import·
ani "htther tho coun would
enjoy lht kind of po"'tn
,. hlch h••• <Urrrnlly bern
hutowrd on II by courlcoy of
Mr Carr and Sir Georrrey
ll owr, the main duller ol lhe
I nflunrlal Retallono Act
n.e dllllko lor tho way In
WhiCh Sir Jnhn run• htt oourt
Ia bru•• omphutnd more

 
union taction In thr Ptrll•·
menlary L.abour Porty Some-
• ohll rocolnu 11> Will. one
.... the ludershlp or
lh• Shadow Cabinet 11 btlnr
dnwn mto lhe araumtnt,
lhourh not u wiiGithranedly
"' • llkt Orm• and
Nonnon Al-ln•on rnlhu"·
uUC' mNnMn, nt thr Amll·
••m•tftltt Union ot
1nr Worlttro like
ll'hllt II Is patrnlly obYiou•
th•t ttlt rurren1 movtt amona
the   or
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tome to nothtna, 11 11 rquaur
dear lbal the complalnto of
th• lAbour about tho•

by the tslltenco or lho NliiC
htvt not been loll on 14r
lluth.
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never aclmll ol publicly, but
thtro to DO doubt that he
would be prepared at lhll
moment 10 make oublllollal
amrndmenll.tn the A<l. II
lor 111 pan tho TUC wu
rt!'lody to come forward and
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know•. however, tnot the TUC
holdt all 1111 urd-. Ur !An
Murray the TUC ronrrol
l«<'tllr'7 dors not owe tht
Covernmtnt Jln<"t
tht Act wu Introduced over
the htld or t"•nlffll llouu
In li71 ond Mr Wilton hu
already prnmlltd that II Wi ll
br rf'l)uled ll'llh II lhf
NrRC would b• blnwn off 1ft
loco of tho 1<'1&1 mop
Thla no doubt accouniJ lor
the unetrtelnt• which """
.. des tho Informal atmo•

the lllsh 'loun "ouo... tho
road " In the Strand '" thouah
tho Ia,. only molltra "hen ·
the rhlp.a are down lhl
lnctpllon of lht NIRC tho
court's ra,. load ha• brrn
ttudv -.llhuut htlnr cnnsu1el'
ohle Elrhl hunrtrfd and rortr·
one t'l'et ha•r httn rlr•tt with
In that llme-ont Judamenl
lor t><ry worklnl do• Sl1nl·
Resnu, no molnr ftrm ltu
e•u bf.tn lnvalvftd In a C'llt
brlort tht rourt lor tho
almole reunn th1t rnotl
tmolo1tn hovt louthl shT of
roln« thrnut'h thf' frnnt
e:ntr1nct
Out or the ovrralltolll, 411-4
• on• h••• bern r..,<hed.
and 81 conctllaled on A
mtl"t )0 curs are 'uttundlna.
whlrh shows that lbt rou n I•
11 lrut nnt moribund II•
ndpe Ia Jlmple.. •nd on the
whole tff..,llu Uu lht old
WILLIAJ\ol DAVIS
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spirits
l.ORJ IIAII.SIIAM. I ate.
..... nu • retum lo petrtotJanl.
Indeed. he wanu nolhlnR I•Jt
Uttn • "cruude • I do,.. u y
he apc1ko lor much of lhe
TOr'7 rorcy, b<OI I do WLib bll
lorrlohlp would pn>vlde a
litO• more IUidance. AppuiJ
to potrlol11m ue , oothlns
'n 1
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Montll•ro rarely op•ll out around thlnktnc ••trylhlnc
-.ho. wont u1,
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tapt('tally now    
In the Common taluna Wr Healh at hla
lnoporu rrom lhr Conllntnl
• ha\C ne"*' betn hllhtr.
toiYICt end Brlltah •• II Lord llolllha.m bu hlo
JIUIOO\fr lempllnc Ul.tt lAm ,.ay pruumohlt. thlo will
borahlnl or Chrotn ml1hl be: chonp apln 8\11 II
one to uvo Urltala by obvtouol1 up to •
buylna • Wlnl. And, ol cruude : uva u
couna. one wtnt ... r oa the requ.lred..
chtUDpoane and apal!J.ellt      
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n•••r quilt 101 oround to
u• how 10 do Chat
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New American Library of
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interviewed and he furnished the following
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disclosed that in 1965, HUNT contracted to write six books for
publication 88 part of 8 projected CIA counterespionage aeries
of spy novels. The following novels written by HUNT utilizing
the p.·eudonym of DAVID"""ST. JOHN were published b_y, his company:
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"Towers of Silence• (1966) 2 AUG}'/.' l912
•Festival for Spies• (1966) _
"The venus Probe • ( 1966) -
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  E.is cont:!':lci:· .! ... --ovides -th=lt ·l:ia \Yill. e:J.t::!.tlad· to
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o:f -tbi::l to its ]?e.!'":>'-'O.n.:::lel ..
·3. The q . .c c :for Cl:lss l! ·
.in'· ):!..s $2,9CO per Tha
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ut·n-f.tio.s.   :f:O::t Sllona, ow:iJ.l.
$1,960.00 ysa: O'i!Sr 'tha 1·6u ];..grcent   :1llo"!ted
u:!dC>r PR Cn :1. 7 5/:J5
shllrb_s   o:!. the 60    
be of $2,393.00.
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tuty Stab.1s Eapor..a, f'or j;i:lc& !li3 !:0
4 J:.tl7 1965. These reports i!1 crd.er to
his la!l7:t !!.CCC'U!lt i!1 tha tarm3 of' parsgraph ·
o(c) cr hi3 cont=et end p::-edtxia a:::t'l.a:n to vitb:.old pa:r in
a:::c<Jrdallc& v.i. th of: tha re f'<>rencad !::!.Mbco:<. ·
2. !t is req=at<.d th3.'t. this o?::"!cs ba a.:hind = to
the t-ea30n fur daley i;:l the of" t1:.e3e tint;r Stat."U.S
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OGC 65-l476a
MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief, Contract Personnel Division
SUBJECT: I )- Retention of
Royalties by a Contract Employee
1. You have requested the opinion of this Office in regard to .
. . '
/he retention of future royalties which might be earned by( )
, .J..s a result of his literary efforts. w·e believe that he is
'entitled to retain sue)< royalties without_ :?_n offset against his Agency
salary.
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2. W.,.e have been advised by Mr, \ ·'"") Wj'./Support, that
( J cover does not include the role of a writer;\, :
cover for status will on+y be a light one of a retired Foreign Service
Officer. Therefore, par,.graph 7 o£ his contract dated 4 July 1965 may
remain as written. Royalties hom the fictional works that he writes as
a profitable hobby will not be emoluments received from or through· his
"cover activitias.
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Mr-l
Covert Claims Branch
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APPROVED FOR RflEISU!93
CIA HISTORICAl REVD PIOCMM
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NORMAN D. BLOCK
Office of General Counsel
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Offic3 o£ G,neral Cou..1.sd
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Retention of by
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. 1. Reference i3 to the ¥:1-0!phone conversation ·
o! 26 July 1965 bet-.;rteen your-self ) o£
this· Oi!ice '»b;::-ein ba.c....""ground in!i\.rr:::..ation relat!ng to the
of( · di3cussed.. _ _· __
Z. Subject will ap?arently develop a cover as a •.·;rite:-,
a wherein he bas an already de=onstrated tale:nt base<l
upon several pllblications. T"ne objective of the cava:- is to pro-
v[de a ba:1is of attrib'}tioa for some of income. At t:1.e ti=e
of the preparation o! 0J }. contract, the specific .
rletall of his cavf!r   ·
3. Reqoest your cpL"'lion in ;;:eg-a.-rd to the retention of
possibl" l"oyalties ea;:ned by( )as a result o£ his
literary ef!o::t3 or 'O'Ihether such _income shodd b"' properly
o!foet.
· APPROVED FOR Rfl ElSE 1993
CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PIOGRAM
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Chie:f, Contract Person.':!el Division··
Att.a..::hment3.
OP/CPD: ;few: 2 August 19&5
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The United Governmant, a.s by Co o t::::!.ct bg
Officer, hereby wlth you a3 a. Empl oyee for u:l e
oi you= services and the p c: :rfor!Xl2.nce oi clutl c a oi a.  
under the following a::J.d condition3; ·
1. Comp'!:n:;ati.oo. In full consideration !or the of yo•.tr
and the performance of specified conildentb.l you w ill b e
Dated in an amount ca.lculated at. tha :ra.te of $19,880 par anni.L-n. In a dd.ition;
you are herein autho:d.zed legislative salary atljustments, witb.in-gr2.da
promotions and, if applicable, a post dille4entlal in. suhBtanti.al
with rule& and :regulations applicable to Govarfm?.ent em? loye e.J.
Payments \Vill be made as request-ad by you in wrlting·in an a pp.-oYad tn.a::J.-
ner. Taxes will be witbheld   and by this organization •
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2. Allowances. You ..... ,ill · {a) ai1ow-
an·ces in con.for::n.a..nce "'"ith regula:tlon3 of tbis organiz a.tio.a applica ble to ·
its appointed personnel. In event you are flll"nlshed qu.a:;:te r:J the
Governm-ent you will.not be entitled to the living allowanca s hereic.
. di ted . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . ·, . . . . . l .<:·, . . .
lll ca • · · · .-' · .: : . · ·: .. · · · · · · . , · ..
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_ (b) Cost-of-li .. r.ng allowance iJ
in conio:rroance with applicable regulations of o:::- ganl:z_a tio n inc h ! dinz ,
not limited a post a trans.Cer allowa n c a a.ud a home :1 e:r-
vice transfer ·. .. ..
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3. Travel. You will ba advanced or reimbursed funds for t=av.e l
and tra.n3po:rta!:ion.· e ;{penses f o'r you, your d epend en!:3 , your hoc3ehol d
effe cts a nd your personal to and .from your per m a oect post
o.£ a s3lgn:ment, and for you alone i o:: a uthorized operational travel. L-,.
a ddition, you will be entitl e d t o o1 s'l:l cb househol:i and
e He c!:s as are not ship:_Jed, in c onfo:r.!l"...an ce with a pplicable  
regulations. You I:r"-<l. Y b z to ·p er diein in oi i.:-:. .
t. '-1-e c ourse of a ll tra vel per iormed     and. when authorized, io:::-
yo u alon3 'w!-lile on t empo ra-: y d>Jty a way !:. o:r::1 you::- pc:r:i:!:l.:l:ne!:l.!: p o 3 o.r
All trave l.     par dieL:J. io-:
thi ::; paragraph :mu.st be prope rly aullio:::-ized, a nd e;cpens e s incurred. h erl!-
unde!.' subject to payrc. ent a:ld accounting in c ompl iance appllcabl a
rur.. ent · . ·
4. Op'!ration.al You w ill ba adv-anced or :reiznbu.r a ed iuJ1.d3
!o:-c- n ccc!l s a.r}'   c:<.?ens.c:3   but not l i.nJ.Hcd t o
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ment and t !1e o! \n.!orn::l tio: : , :> p e d i i.c: a lly il?,?ro v . ...-: d by t ::<:! G-:w- .
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CIA HISTORICAL REVIW PIOGIAI

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. 6. Benefits. {a) You ·,vill be entitldd. to and
to t."'1ose auL'-lo:dzed the E"mployees' Act,
2.s Claim3 by you, your hei:;;-3, or . lcgal. repre:>zn!:.att·..re3 u.n:l.er
thb ?arn.graph will be proces3ed by this orgn.nizo.tion in 2.ccorclo..ncc ,
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  in • man.""le:- as r.ot to impai r security. ·
(b) You •:1ill be entitbd. to the conti.r.u<l.ace. of and
nllowanccs !n a mar..ner similar to that set fo::;-th in the lv1is !iing Persons
Act ( 50 u. s. G. A. I A p p 1.0 0 1 -1 0 1 5} .
(c) You will be en::.i-t:led to annual and home
(including trayal expea3a3 incident the::-eto) equal to and subj :::ct t o the
· · rule3 and regulations applicable to Government appo.inted e:nployee3 •
.Annual leave In.3.Y only be ta."ke:1. at t:i.."'nes and pb.ces approved in adva:1cc by
appropriate Goverru:nent representatives. All accrued out unused. leave
to your .!or.me"!" account as an appol.n.te<l employe-e of tb.i3 organi.:z.a.-
tion will be transfe:t:red to the accou."'lt es tablhhed !or you heretmde-:-.
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(d) a Government empl?yee cont-::a:ct. conve:- tec
from staff status without a break in eerv!ce·, it. is :required that you contlnut
to make contributions to the Civil Service Retiremant Fund. Sucn cont::-i-
butloas (presently six and one/half per cent (6-1/Zo/o)) will be by
tbe Government from the basic compenaation d'='-e .you hereunder# i.e.,
presently $19,880 per a:r..nu:n. ··· · . ·:· .. . . . .
• • •• J •. · • • •• ·.:· .. ,•· -:::
. ·· . (e) Yo.u are authol'ized to apply !or eriroll!:nent
in a hee).lth fl?.surance program for certa.ln selected Contract Employees of
t:.'1ia organization..; · Gt,bject to all the terms and conclltions of that program.
IC acceptad, thia· organh..ation is presently autho:dzed to bear a portion o!
the pre:niu..'U cost, you will bear the remainder. Your £L., ancial
·will be effected eit..'-ler by payroll deduction o:r by direct· at .
p eriodic intervals to ba as tablished by t11iB . ·
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. (£.) (1} is authorized to the cost
of necessary hospitalization and travd for illness or i...,jur
incurred by a United S!at:::s citizen _C_ontract Emplvyee in "lbe
of dut:y while a:,r?ad. ·
"(2) This organization rcay pay certain nacessa.ry
co9tll o£ hospitalization a nd   t r avel io:r lllness or L'"lj ury
i.'LC\lrred by the d ependents oi a citizen full-tir:1e Contract
Employee permane::1.Uy assigned abroad, while the y a1· e located c..aroad.
It i::; understood and that th::: ar.d extent oi • par::icipa t!..:>n
by you and your in the above m e dical program9 will be co:.-
forrr..c\.nce "\vith the and policle3 of this organization b.
e!fcct at the time a n illnesu o:r bjury i s inc urred, that all claL":"ls wilt b:!
submitted only to this or ganization a n d tho.i: adjudication oi clairr..:J by
thi r; organizatioa s ha ll b e .fL"'lal a:1d conclusive.
7. C f£!1 .;! :;. E r:"loh tme:;t:-;   in r::.::.:: i v;!r:\ .:: •.) m o:-
throus1l your   a:-c of the U. S.
P..rocedu::ally, ouch will b::: o.fieet a.zabat amount3 y ou.
CJlcler thin agree ment 2.nd to p:1.yment b'f the
  and fnr Federi!.l L"1. C0:-:1e tl:< purpo.;es. If ·Cove:-
those ch1e yo•.1 t;hb CO!ltrnct, yon ·.vlll cli.3pose o £
  in co'-:Uor rna:'!cc with i;, s tru:::tl.:>n.J •
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B. Exe2· ... ::ion. of Doc-:unents. If, in the   ot'services un-.!
thiJ you a.s:Jur.::.e of Gover:Lr::lent iun<h or O..kc i:l.tte
oi to property of any l"'...J.tur;c ;1oc .'l ittUte, .,.,:-:.:
pro?<!'l'ty ha3 in fact bee:1 purchased w.ith .monie'3 of L'le U. S.  
yo•.t   and"acknowleclge o( a t::-u:;t  
or constr:.1cti.·.r·?., ?..:1d you ilgr:ee to ·;.rh.atz't<!r do:::u -
::n<-mt3 r.n.ay be by t."-le Go·.r.z:rnment to   this r c1ationJ}·:i·.:l .
9. Secrecv. '""ill be to keep forever secret
and alllniorrna.tio:::1 \vhich you rc.a.y ontain by reason ( ut!.tes;, relea.;
. in .writing by L'le Gove::-n..'Tlent !ron such obligation). wit..1.   t:
violation of such secrecy may you to erL-ninal pro3zca:ioa t
Espionage La•n3, chted 2.5 June   0.5 and otbe::- <l!'r,>lic.abl.:! )..;
and reguhtions. ·
10. Instructions. r:eceived. by you from the
in b::de!ing. training or ollie::-wise a:,:e a pa!"_t o:f thb contract aatd are beer
porated herein. that such instructions· are not inconsbtent-
the term3 bereoi. . · . . . : . ·
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11. Corr...mitments. No promia e3 or comin.i'::n:!.ent3 per-
tai.r1ing to rights, priVilege9 o:;:- benefits othar fr...an those stipula·
in writing in this agreement or any to shall be· blncll..-,z on
t..h.e Government. · · . ·
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lZ. Ter::n. This contract is ef.!ect_ive as of 4 July l 965 . , · and 3h?
continue therea.ftel" !or a period of. t-.;vo (2) years unless sooner termin.a..ted:
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(a) . . 'sixty (60) c!a ys I actual by elCler party hereto·. or
• • • • 0 ••
(b)• Upon a:ctual notlca to you in the event t,he re3clt3 of an initi.:llly
medical e:'-'l.nlination a!""e by fu!s organization
to be unsati:3!actory. or ...
{c) \'Tithout prior notice by tbe in t.'l-te event of a
breach o! th!.a by you:;:- viobHon oi tha secu:rity p::-ovis1on.3
  or by your ot!lerwise yourself un.available for
accevtable Dervice. ·
A •
Subj<:ct to the of ' · L'lis agreeme.at may be •
u;.>on notice !roin the Gov.erru::nent. In tbe of vohmt.ary terc.i..na on
your part o;;o tcrmin.a.tion for cause by pr_io::;:- to the
of this agreement or any re:tew3.l t."-lereo.f, y ot1 will not be to    
trn·rel exp.an!3es to the     of thb     •:-.-?.ll
you iro:n oblitiation3 oi :lny sectll'lty oath you rr..:a.y be ro;!qL!.i"!
to ta!<e.
STATES GOVERN:VtENT
BY ______
Contr:tcti..""l.g Oiilcer
ACC:!:?TZD:
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SPANISH EXPLOSION--.\ l .. otory apart·
m011t bulldlnr I• rulll'd after uploolon
- ,uterday In Barcelona, 8paln... Retoaen
reeo•erl'd IS boollu l'r9a clebrto bat feu
to or Jl pe....,M were lnJ>ped lnolde.
Pollee ·blaaecl au leak for tile blut.
Talks Are
·In Vega, 1
Clean-W-ater-Bill
LORDSTOWN, Ohio. Much
8 U ·hour neaoUatln&
Mulon Centnl Mo-
ton and United Auto Workero
pontd mlulnc lift tbe
    Lucia. In tile
Dr. ond Mro.1':ary 0 . Mor-
ris, 43rl Banrr Sprtnc• ct. ,"aet
out l"r!day In a  
bolt from the
Club hotel ro.r· a
reon llland, about
away. With them waa "O loce,l 1------------
caploln, Mervi n Aurusun.
When the three folll'd tQ
turn by Friday nlrht. tile hotol
m•necer flew out to look for
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them, acC..rdlnc to tbe Auo-
rlated Preas. U.S. Coaat
· ' Guard, British and prl.-.te olr·
•.kran aearched the aeu orJ the
/ Brlllah proiA!ctorote over the
wHirend. • -.........
The rroup two quarto of
water, a picnic lunch and a
box or 1 .. 'on board. The
cyon mon,cement llld the
· 1\lorrtaea had cheeked In on
Wedneaday Cor four doya.
1\forrla procllcea 'P•l(chlalr}'
at 4:101 Connecticut In
·, · · Waahlnaton.
: • Ko All<! bll wife have three
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e PHONE A£ 7-4050
 
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IUIIOII--- 1 ortldalo "broke olr earl,. todJIT,
apporenlfy endln& hOPH for
rariTaettlm.enn.r a ltrlte
8M
Veca and truck aucm-
planta here.
UAW reprenntaiiYH hue
propc>Hd reaumlnc tallla a
week from todoy. Company of.
llwl• hove tuml'd 1 on•week
delay "'tompletely unoccepta.
ble."
Spakumen for both old ..
aald ntiOIIaUono broke ott
about 3 Lm. otter CM rejected
a union poetoae oetlltmtntl
propaul. I
Ceorce lllorrb Jr .. Central I
Motoro vloe prttldent l or In· I
duotrlal relotlona, oald the I
pacbirwu rtl..:ted "beciUH '

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Via satellite
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at all. Thla Ia how It rutty t..
- ComMt t. helping puU the
worfd togalller ••• puttlng rar-
eway pi- on lila main 1tr"t
of butl.,.., lnduatry and"CCm-
merc. ... oMI'IO people a front
row Mal to hlalory, 1...1\/W • Yla
·aataDita ••• pion..tng ,_ po-
tentlala'lor U. S. dom.llo u well
a1 International- telephone, t.t ..
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vlalon, telegraph, data and lac-
almlle communlcatlona.
Comut, a communlc.ltlona
company wllh 114,000 ahar ..
holdo111, oparatn lll...atallll" In
the global ayatem ••• U.S. eatth
atallona lor aatelllte communica-
tion• ••• lila COMSAT L.aboralorlQ
and a wtde nanga of raleted tech-
nical ectMUas lbet are.
n- comrnunlc.IUona advanc•.
Th ...... l
wtde u telllle IY'
better coinmunlc:.
MO.e than o
ready communlc
each other vie N
In the Unite
Yla ulelllle, ll'a vi
Write 1o Cor
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Salelllle, The Corr
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-.url-"C'f) un ;,a lr.a.tun:LI lcll tcmu1 .a lev. month' c..rlh:r thrnu.,:h•,UI h•' -...al't'.:r
l<c)nul\1., \11..&" the • • ul :lh(" .. lo
t"C "',-,, 01\lro".UdtlJ the C"-.·url!'" l·•hiCr 1\ .. 1'\'AarLI htr fk'"''
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l.fE!K>RANDUl.! FOR: OSE
SUBJECT: Captain Eugene     deceased
1. During 1948-1949 I served in Europe as an official of the
Economic Cooperation Administration, ranking as Attach' of the Ameri-
can Embassy, Paris.
2. During various periods of temporary duty in Vienna (August-
October, 1948) I came to know Captain Karpe socially. He came to
Vienna frequently on week ends from his Bucharest post, staying, like
myself, at the Bristol Hotel.
3. On at least two occasions he !lew with me in Gen. Keyes' air-
craft from Vienna to Paris, and I had the distinct impression that he
wanted to spend as little time as possible in Bucharest because of the
annoying and constant surveillance of secret police.
I;. on one occasion, returning unexpectedly to Vienna, I encount-
ered Capt. Karpe at the Brietol, and asked him why be was again in
Vienna. He replied there had been a series of incidents iD Buchar-
est involving the domestic servants of Embassy personnel (shadowing,
interrogations, etc.), and that I could not imagine how rigorous was
the life there for Americans. He added jokingly that he could not even
visit a urinal in Bucharest without being accompanied by police.
5. At no time did Captain Karpe appear despondent; rather he im-
pressed me as a conscientious officer who was undergoing tremendoue
hardships, but sought relaxation from surveillance at every legitimate
opparturu.ty. _
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6. In October, 1949 I encountered Capt. Karpe in the Army & Navy
Club in Washington, and asked him if his Bucharest assignment had termi-
nated.. His vague, and my total impression was that he
felt I was lucky to be out of Europe, and that he was not anxious to re-
turn to Rumania.
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in the Navy; one of his classmates, in fact, having been a fellow
of mine.
8. Although I knew }.(r. and llrs. Vogeler socially in Vienna,
e I was not aware that Captain Karpe knew them, as later events indicate.
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7/7/7_2
RICHARD D. MOHR
CHARACTER OF C•SE
7/21/72
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Boston report of SA RICHARD D. MOHR, 7/17/72.
New Haven airtel to Bureau, 7/5/72.
Boston nitel to Bureau, 7/20/72.
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ACCOMPLISHMENTS Q.AIMEO
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COOoiVIC. AUTO· P"UO. IAVINOI "llCOVIl"llll TALS
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Boston (139-164)
,..NDINO ova" ONa "•"" 0Yal CNo
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l. CLlProNJE   9 Hig:::··:::e,
7/20/72
• was interviewed at his
place of employment, the General Services
Building 1'15, United States Naval Construction Battalion
Center, Davisville, Rhode Island, end be furnished the
following informatiaba
He stated that be was considerably upset
when be learned of the shooting of Governor  
and this feeling was compounded when he learned of the
entry of unauthorized individuals into the neadquartera
of the Democratic National Headquarters, therefore, be
felt compelled to relate the following information because
it seemed to be pertinent to the activity at the Democra
Party National Headquarters. He related that on July
.26, 1971, on a Monday met with an individual ,ov
_I , woo introduced himself as ED 'ARRm. He had received IJ.
· · ,rt· ' telephone calls from this who claimed that be
n.._ was contacting DE MOTTE on the recommendation of Mr.
ROBERT Bt:NNETT of the ROBERT R. MULLEt.J and Conpany,
Washington, D.C. He met this individual in a motel
. immediately adjacent to the airport at Warwick, Rhode Islan
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most of the .
 
At this tim YARREN gave to him a business
card of ROBERT BENNETT with handwriting on the back
which he recognized as that of ROBERT BENNETT. The
man said that he was working for a group which was doing
orne research on the family and on the incident
at Chappaquidick Island. said that he was working
for a group of people whom. he described as only investment
end industrial people. He bad a very •Anti-KENNEDY•
attitude and asked specific questions as to whether
or not DE MO'ri'E knew anything about pornographic movies
being shown at the KENNEDY home. He also as
to any incidents which might Mve occurred at parties
which be described as drunken orgies.
The only information
J)'E MOTTE was the fact that
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referred to him by BENNET!' because in 1960 he bad
worked as Public Relations man for the Hotel
which was used to house press people and staff people
of the KENNEDY campaign group.
During the period from July 26 until October,
1971, he had numerous conversations by telephone with
WARREN. He did not have any telephone
WARREN but always left a message with
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whenever be wanted to be in touch with wARREN.
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In April, 1972, curing a
witb WARREN, DE MOTTE was given e number of
202-293-2746, as e telephone number where he could
WARREN. He received no compensation but did receive
$50 in cash et the motel for expenses.
He described WARRAN es a white male, rather
abort, approximately 5 feet 7 or B inches, slim wirey
build, 45 _to SO years of age, clean shaven, hair receeding.
Be related that. on July 19, 1972, 1n a telephone
conversation with ROBERT BENNETT be was told by ROBERT
BENNET!' that ED\-JARD WARREN was actually HOWARD HUNT
who was involved in the invasion of the Democratic Party
National Headquarters and that this individual had run
out on BENNETT and left him •holding the bag".

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On July 21, 1972, Mrs. MARCHIONI, Secretary,
Mr. JOHN JOYCE, District Representative, Chrysler Motor
Corporation, 5 Chrysler Road, Natick,   advise
this branch of the Corporation covers the entire New Englan
area. Mrs. MARCHIONI further advised that telephone number
655-2820 is the central switchboard number for tnds branch
of the corporation and telephone calls received at this
number may be directed into eny of the numerous offices.
She further stated there would be absolutely r I
no way to determdne the destination of a call through vt
the switchboard.
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MEMORANDUM FOrt THE RECORD
UBJECT:
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1. On thl'! afternoon· o! I receiv•d a
telephone call irom Mr. now.:_.ar Hunt which wa.s morel
inform me that he bad heard !rom an old !1 iend,
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who bad been aubpo_ena..ed appear the Grand
ury in Alexandria, and \v'l.s conc:erned about hls
ior assor:ia.tion with the Agem:y. 1 asked Mr. Hunt to tell
    directly i.n touchrwith me. This was the
sum total of my conversation with Mr. Hunt.
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ad been subpoenaed !o
He said his connec cion
as d if he was referring t and be said "Yes.
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he had employed in an unoiiicial capacity and h<>.d signed
secrecy agreements, which he wanted to comply with. I laid
- · I would check out the matter and be baclr in touch with him.
3. ca.lled me on
to say that he had been successful
before the Grand Jury to
probably arrive in Washington o I aaid
I was now o£ the !acts of hi!: emp oyment an
if the company \Vith which he had been associ&t"'d was still in
existence. said he was not lUre. but be thought not.
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qu"s tioncd c once l'ni nlt lu s ass oc l•.L tion wiLh us. H t u a iu' he
ha<l no positive indl cation but felt such a question was
I 5;1id that U\C!! FDI wa6 aware that he hacl as soci<1ted with
this Agency and would make its information avail-
os. ble to the U. S. District .Attorney but that th1s information
had been given to the FDI on & class1!icd basis and presum bl/
tht! classification would be honored.
4. I IJuggested to tha t if he: were asked

n.bout his association with u• .r.!·r··::: •J :-cj:!/ ,··.&t there
had been such an associaci_9n in .. ;u• and if thero wero
furthl!r quc.5ti ons about the speci.tics he s hould trr to refer U1e
inquiry to this offi ce. .. .. said he ttjought thia woult1
work. I further said that ii he were spe cifically questior.ed oa.bout
the company with wh.Lch ne '#a.!l associated he should not denv it
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felt ic had probably gone out of buS. ness.
financec
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be back in touch '.dth u s unless he
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was n contact wtLl .. r. , unt Ut"tng t:p.us o • d?itllW:rgru·;
$Upplied >. Uhcr tl'l.M:-. ·Hunt'• ::-equest and nssitoted
him to get it in .shape to r,:s e for overt, not clande5tine, recording of
with ::.gN·.ts. ; was no · r.ul1c tile recorcier
use!ul !.,r clun<iestin<3 acF"·ities. two additional
meetin;;s, generated by a. call · '·. (aRclephone ·
in one o! our ofiices), tolst.:-aigl:ie."l cmt some di!Ecu:; bad ari5eu
with respect to the We never zecovered the recorder.
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t.b.ere we:-t: contacts with 1-.{r. Hunt" w"it.h res;pect to !.a.lse docuoC!ltS IU!d
dio1 e !ur himself a.nd 2.11 as tociate. He · 411 loaned a. c.lanciesti:::.e
camera, which was returned. \Ye developed one roll oi filln Ior Mr •. '
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Hunt, o! which we copie:. •howiog .some unidentiiiaole pla.ce, po.s-
Bibly Ran<! CcrPoro.tion. We have had no cor.tact whatsoever with M.r.
Hunt il.ih:S.equ.ent to • ugust !971 on this nutter. .
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'the \\'bite Hcusc, visited Cuabtl.l:1, He strcBscJ be had
authorized to conduct a very sensltive by the \\'hitc Hcwse and
th;d it should be hci.J as a very secret m;dtcr. M:-. Hunt stated thJ.t he
hi\d a rcquircmen' to elicit in!orn1<1tion c.nJ in order to u.cco:npli,:;h !hi.s
he would   some ilash alias docume!;t.:-.tion and physici'.J. di!':;::•Jisc.
General   responded t]J<::t lH': WOLllcl leak into it <lntl gc:t ir. tc.,uch
with Mr. Hunt at hi!.' \\rhito Hou r.c office.
z. Pur.su<.tnt to General Cushn1.:1n
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20 August, l\1r. Hcnt was given a. recorder and business carC:..;. He
arranged for 3.n associate to be docur:1entcci }-!(;: a:::k\:d !:J:-
a   addres& and phone in 1;Iew York, wen: not p:ov;2.;.;d.
4. J\.1r. Hunt was later gi"en a concc.:llcd c..1.mcra. 0::. Auc;·...:.st
Mr. Hunt telephoned a CIA officer and askc·d to be met· at the to
'I pick up and iilrn. This w,:z done, and i.1r. Eu::.t \vas r.1.ct
I later in the when the developed •fi!In w;1s returned .
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beyond tile understi"nd1n;:;. Furthennorc, they
volve the Agency in domestic clandestine operations. 1.-!.r. i.:n-
rnediatcly reported these facts to Cushman ;,r.tl.  
Gcne:-al Cu$l1man called the appr0priatc in   \'.'hit.:: House with
these concerns and explained thilt thf! Agconcy could nc•L n1.cct th.J kir,ds of
request;;: Hunt levying. The \Vhitc Hoc."'-c official }-..,
restrain !\.1r. Hunt. Since 27 A\.lf.;\lst 1971, neither General nor
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my requeat that he drop in to diacu;e Howard Hunt and Jim McCord.
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!. ''fould know anything about the n:1mc Ed"t'ard L. W<1r:rcc.
or Edward J. Warren,. which appnren!ly wa3 used by both Ht:nt and
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On Z3 Jul)P 1971 Mr. Hunt was provided with a act o! alias docu-
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camera At Mr. Hunt' s r equest, an
unidentified associate was also given suppcJI·t JnA1tcrial•nd c!oc'l:..mc n!,.
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required ln with hi" · c..fii ci.:ll 7 hc is not
of the pu:-pose for these -item..s were intended or wsed. The Agency
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rc!usec a request to •s!iist actively by pro•dd.ing a backstopped add:-css
a..::ld phone cont<J.ct. On 2.7 1971 Mr. Hunt, on arriv01l !.rom Cali-
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atcly. He was met la.teX" the day and given the developed prints •nd
.film. At this point the Ar;eocy dctcrm.ioec.l that Hunt
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Agency support bad esc3l.o.ted to &:a.n un.accepta blc level, anc! no !c.:-the:
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empl<?yee. I Mr •. O'Mlf,y waS in that reeard 0::1 3 4
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<!. Would Barker a.nd Hunt have as6ocia. tod toicther
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Investigation dated ' ;1 June 1'972. A biocraphic surnm1:1ry on
HUDt, for:-arded tr• tt Federal Burea.u of 19 J=•
1972, io attach.ed. attached b a su=nary of Mr. Barko?'•
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SPECIAL ACCOUNTABILITY INVENTORY.·
. The Acting Director of the FBI hastdesignated.
· the attached document as one having special sensitivity
and requiring special accountability. Each
handling or reviewing the document should sign this
Special Accountability Inventory and this will be .
retained with attached at FBIHQ.
Signature
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: Pos.sible Additional Agency Support Furnished Howard Hunt
1. have reported· an out-of-channel request by
Howard Hunt for a name trace in December 1971 on a Costa Rican.
This was put back in channels by forwarding the name trace report
to Peter Jessup, who then held the position of senior Agency officer
with the NSC Staff in EOB. . ... ·
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  in 0/IG on 6 June) stating that Howard Hunt,
"submitted -various names for Headquarters traces
of certain Latin Americans, not in a sealed envelope.
This h<\1lled orally and by telephone I advised the
chief of the appropriate division that they were being
forwarded and to consult with the DDP about the
propriety of I also telephoned the DDP.
I then wrote my own memo to General HAIG calling
his attention to the fact that an individual--! named
HUNT--was tracing foreign nationals without reference
to the NSC Staff. "
Haig is reported by Jessup as returning the memorandum with. the
word "thanks" noted on its face.
3. We have spoken with Rob Roy Ratliffe, Jessup's successor
with the NSC S taff, who states (in conversations on 6 and 7 June)
that it was not customar>'· for Jessup to keep records of this sort
of transaction, and that a search of the files does not disclose a
copy of the memorandum to General Haig. Mrs. Evelyn De Pue
(Jessup's secretary at the time and now Ratliffe's) spoke with Mrs.
( .Jat Headquarters, who reporte d a memorandum from
Chief, WH Division, in December 1971 forwarding to Jessup a
name trace on a Costa Rican (the one noted above) for Hunt. No
o th e r such records were found.
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(7 June by telephone and 8 June in person). He first recalled that
"shortly after" Hunt was appointed to the White House--he thinks
before the plumber unit was formed, although this is ex post facto
reconstruction--Hunt made a request for name traces on Latin
Arne ricans. He thinks this involved Guatemalans and Costa Ricans.
I pointed out that Hunt's White House   was 6 July 1971.
As Jessup discussed it he placed the time the last couple of months
of 1971 or the first month of 1972. He cannot recall how many name
traces were involved, but is certain that the total was more than
one--"just a few; five, three, two or four.
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had best check with Tom Karamessines as Hunt was no longer an
Agency employee. Jessup says he didn't know what Hunt was doing
or what he had in mind, and was concerned that Hunt might make
Agency Secret name trace material available to outsiders. Jessup's
office routinely handled a low volume of name trace requests from the
NSC Staff, but always in such instances he knew who it was for and how
it was to be used.
5. Jessup said that his office had little other contact with Hunt .
He saw him in the elevator in· EOB once or twice, but never had
occasion to discuss business matters. Once someone phoned asking
for Hunt's telephone extension (which was difficult to get, as the
White House switchboard did not give out numbers freely). Out of
curiosity he also got Hunt's room nwnber and wandered down (he
recalls it as Room 106 EOB) where he found a sign on the door
saying "Plumber, " very :nuch as it might have said "Janitor." He
attached no significance to it at the time, the term "Humber" meaning
nothing to him.
6. On one occasion Jessup took his daughter to Blues Alley, and
saw Hunt there with some well-to-do Californians . He thought Hunt
had some association with the place as a public relations man, although
he thinks it would have to be a very small account. I told him of Hlillt' s
reported interest in jazz, which was news to Jessup. To forestall
Hunt's thinking that he (Jessup) might be playing around with teenagers
he took his daughter over to intr.oduce her. His daughter felt that
H unt was a man very pleased with himself. Jessup had no other
rec ollections.
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name traces handled for Hunt other than the one forwarded over his
name on 13 December 1971. He recalls discussing that with
his deputy, Jim Flannery. He has discussed this with Flannery, who
has checked the records of WH and has found no other such records.
At this time it seems unlikely that we will answer the questions this
presents. Was Hunt's out-of-channel request (which WH put back in
channel) the one Jessup recalls, with embellislunents? Or did Hunt
make additional requests, through channels, that were not serviced?
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Executive Secretary, CIA Management Committee
SUBJECT : Addend= to Chronologies on "Watergate"
L On 8 December 1971 Mr. Howard Hunt requested a CIA employee
known to him per-sonally,(. J to assist in a na':ne
trace on a Costa Rican citizen, Jorge GONZALEZ Marten, who claimed
to be head of the Costa Rican National Independent Party. On 13 December
1971 the report was forwarded to Peter Jessup, Senior Staff Officer,
National Security Council, from the Chief, WH Division. Gonzalez was
reported to be a millionaire, with various holdings in Costa Rica, and an
unidentified connection with IBM. He had lived in the U.S. for a number
of years and seems to have formed his party in December 1971.
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APPRIWEJ FOR RfLEASE 1993
CIA HISTORICAL RfVIaY PROGRAM
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The Chief, Western H..,=.isphere Division released the cable
which informed the Santiago Station Chief that the three sub-machine
guns and ammunition were being sent as !"equested by the Stc.tion.
There was no specific external approval for the shipment of
the arms other than the initial authcrizaticn from the
for the conduct of the Track Two operation.

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Robert L. Keuch
Deputy Assistant Attorney General
criminal
1\l:fred L. Hantman,. Chief
General Crimes Section
C-::iminal Division
Jor.n ? • Kennedy Assassination Matter
February 9, 1977
ALH:JSR:jad
!n accordance with your request yesterday to S.
Reynolds of this Section. tran.smi tted berewi th is a briefing
?<!per on the John F. Ae.nnedy assassination allegation recently
to thi.s Department by the !.nte..rna1 Rever..;.:.a Se rvice.
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SUBJECT: John F. Kennedy Assassination !o1atter
This is as a briefing paper on new allegations
r2l3ting to the ca?tioned matter which were recently re?Orted
this Department by the Internal Revenue Service.
ALLEGATroNS
:ay letter to the Attorney General, dated Decemi.:>P_r 30,
1976, the Revenue Service 9rovided the followL!g
i.n.£or.nation: On December 9, 1976, IT"'l5 Agent \ , b ;-c:.
stationed in Dal l as, ':raxas, was visit.ed bv in£ormant.s who
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with a mechanical of a
letter which was allegedly from. Lee .Earvey Oswald to Nelson
3unker Bunt. The letter, dated Novem.be.= 8 , 1%3, is addressed
t:.o .. Xr. :aunt.. and i...s signed "we E3::vey T ,_
3 cacas its as
I in£ormation my
c-ositiun.
I am asking onJ.y for infor;aation and
tbat discuss the m.att2r
before any steps are taken by me or anyone
alse.
The inf ormants indicated that the letter r o= a copy thereof,
bed   been SUt)plied to the bt:t a?pazcmtly
no action was taken.
In 1971 t!le agent receiveci information from two
:::..n.:or:nant-3 indicating tbat Nelson :Sunker hUnt, son of B. L.
: :::un!:, bad organ.1.zed a "!<ill squad" •.vnich was "'to
. ..:..:..!...--:lL"lat:e \iOrl.d oi ce.r-....ai.:l li.bera..:... l.:2ader3. One Eugene
.:::::-:1cen connected with t.:::i3 ac:::.v:. ;\ccordi.ng
to Li£or.na.:'lts, !x>th B:-aden and Jack were in Bunker
of.=ice on the day the ?u=dle=,
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.:;!a iJ n.i.:.l3 Sheri.i£' s .)e;:.:a.::--....>ent Braden
::i.r.s the i.:ru:lediataly across tne str2et t...'1e

Soak De'?Qsitory. U?Cn being by the de9uties.
is clleged to have used a ialse name to iaentify
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en January 6, 1977, the Attorney General' .s office
fo=warded the by IRS to the PBI for
appropriate action. The Bureau's ensuing investigation,.
whi=h is still ongoing, bas had three areas oi
focus; (1) the ?UI?Orted Oswald letter: . {2) the allaged
recei?t of the Oswald letter and en..suing- inaction by the
?3.I at sciUe ti.m.e ?rior to Dec.=::6er 1976, a.."\d ( 3) t.':e
suggegtea assas3ination conspiracy between Bunker
S.-::l.by • .
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The Oswald Letter
CO?Y of the ?nrported Oswald letter su?plied by
has been subjected by the 3ureau to handwriting
:'::Oe r2su.l-:..3 are writing .i..s su£.:ician r:.2.y
to known samples oi handwriting that Bureau
the is
genuine. Seither can they say definitely that it is Oswald • 3
\'OX' i ting. More s:>eci.fic conclusions cannot be cL.-awn L1
abaence oi the origi..J.al docu.:nent.
The Bureau points out that numerous ex:aiti;:>les of Oswald • s
    are avail2ble £or ? ublic scrutiny atnocg t..h.e
..:=ocuments published by tb..e Warren Cca!Qission. It is
even and si.:n?le in style, !:laking it readily subject b
A tracing or form of imitation cnly
_uled out through o£ the ?aD on the
c=-iginal docum.e.nt.
In an effort to uncover !'ur't!le.r L"'l:forwati.on sur!:'ounding
1976 o£ the CO?Y o£ the
::. u-:.hori.=ation ·•as ==om !...".:\..S 't-0 have F:SI ::.3 i..""!cer- __
b '":\-( .. ::.aw agent Due to t.he ;>rob:·-.;, :: .:.:m . .s oi
.Act:. of 1976 (?on. :. • 94-455; ;:s ..:5 3 (i ; ;
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9, 1976, by , and another
i.n.=o:.:::nant who insists, based on ?rior assurances of con-
that not divulge his
is known to have been employed by the B. L. Bunt
until the early 1970• s when he was alleged by the
E Wl t .s have bilked one of tbe i.r :businesses out of la.:.:-::re
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of {l) a let-tar w:::itt<n in Spanish und e r
3 ? urpor....ed Oswald   had a;:>9<lrantly coca· been
t .z:1.:-<-. i tted, the Oswald 3Dd (3) an enve l o oe .:;n
the addressee's name had been :narked cut. According
, the info.r.D..2nts obtai..-·1ed :.be three
Zarl Golz. a :sporter for the Dallas Ne ws_
'lP "1<.- .::: :1<u • s :belie£ t..h..at .had a l .30 :L"-ld icat !ad
'91"6. tD.at. Golz obtained the re?rcductions from a ?erson named
cr in Texas.
is as follows:
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Convinced of the importance of
tbe above-mentioned letter and kncwing
t.'la t you are conducting an independent
investigation of this assasainatioo, Z
am. a t-t.achin9 hereto a eopy of the a.fore-
centioned . letter.
Cordially yours,
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The reoroduction of an envelope sup9lied to

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I.nsu.rga.ntes Su= 309 ?}
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identify with certainty the last digit of the box
nucber. It is possible that the num=er is or.
in the alternative, some nuraber frot!l " 300 .. to .. 3 .J9.·
addressee • s name on the envelope had been marked o ver and
could not be read.
Following the interview
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the t:>ath of the thre€ re? rcducticn..s. b +d
veri.fied that re?Qrtar Earl Golz was   s:ou=ce of
:nateria.l he and the :1::d ? r::::'11i?ed , J
·:o L.,.S . 3owever,   any ..... .:;::: • lP"«-\
the to Gel=.
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ug:=eed !:..::> an ? 3I : •   _;)g
. ,u.=3.nLe his ideoc:it:y .iou 2.d re,32::.J:l • :Sa
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The auzeau was aware of Earl Golz
sto=ies he had written theories of
t..l-:le Kennedy aasaasination. When C-olz advised
that !1e had recei.ved the th.ree ref> roduction.s from ?enn
.Jones, the retired editor of the Midlothian News, Midlothian,
)>1-C. Texas, and · in turn supplied t.he.::1. to The invclve-
ffient of Jo.iles in this matter was independently confir.neo by
:E'3I laboratorJ analysis which es+--."bl.i.3hed that Jones• n..ail'.e
app€ared as the addressee under ma rked out o£
the enve lo9e '"f=cm "?. S. •
Jones is the author of Forgive :.ty Grief, an expose which
concludes that President Kennedy was killed by tWo who
;ii =-ed a tocal oJ: lS :;hots. Se acvised the Bureau that in
1975 b..e received the os .... 3.!.d lettar :llld acco.!Il..?an.Yi.:ls
nota i..n Spanish. Be responded ';;)y \ftciti.ng ":?. s ... at the
oedzesa provided on the envelo? e. "lihen Jones .received· no
he ceased to put cuch faith in the Oswald letter and
:;as sed it on t..o Golz.
The is making
in an effort to determine th-e identity of the 9ersons
· .. ;no leased 30 and 30o-3v 9 L"l the pertinent post o ifice
during the ;?eriod from .AlJ9U.St to 1975. Results
c :z_?ectad within the !leXt few days.
2 . FBI's A 1 leged Receipt oi the Gswald
T!le note in Spanish under which the purported Oswald
.lztte::: to ?enn Jones is dated August 13, l975.
the end oi last y ear, I
:-· -=..ee to Mr. D.:..=ector oi 3'.3:t ."
· :::..:.:; the t..:.:ne '·"hen the l-2t"te.= was allegedly 3Upplitd
:::; ::::-:a .F:3I ;::, 3 l.ate 19 74. Pu.:::-c.be.=, e v-en assUI:ling a mis "t..aken
::::.. .. .::eference by t.i::e author o£ ti:le cover letter, the fact
:::-- : € Di.::-e.:to:::- o!: -c:;;e 3 u:.naau in t!"l.e
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t.::a : . c o ul.j ::;ee.n ..J U?}>l ied a s ;;u:... y 1.973
;,:0 l975.
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analyst who woul.d bave been responsible fox tbe b..andling
of such a documeilt had it been received between Jtl.ly 1973
and Au-gust 1975. He has no recollection o:f the Oswald
and states the belief that he would re.-nemher such
a Letter had be received it.
3. Suasested Assassination Connoi=acy Between Nelsen B:.::f' ...
Runt, Sugene Braden, and Jack R'.Jbv
The area o:f FBI     centers on in£or.na tion
by .' and an to IaS
agent
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in 1971. They indica ted that llel.son Bunker
had organized a •kill to rid the world of
laacers. According to this t=.cn, Eugene Braden and
. .Jack :lu.b_:: possil>le co.=-s i.n a ?lot: to k:.2J.
It is Boren and 3.-uby visited
Eunker Hunt•s off!.ce on Nove!!lber 2:., 196.3, . the day ?rio= to
the assa;;sination. and tbat 30ren .,;as in the area of ;:be
Texas Book at ti.;ae vi the inci dent.
rAoiew of investiqative by FBI
in its initial investigation of the Kennedy assassination
that Jac.'l<. Ruby was inte:rview-ed in December iS53 . Ee
ex?lained his whereabouts on tbe day ? rior
as followa: A f<!mala acquaintance Connie       asked
to dzive ha= to an   see had with L2::ar Hunt
2:C0ut possible Cl:lf>loytnent. Ee l e.:t her o:f£ at the Ell-"1-o: of:fice s
in Dallas and went to visit his attorney. The.rea.=te.r, he
\'iaited il t an appointed meeting a pot fo:: !1s. Tra:;:nnel to =et.n.._..-u
f ::-om her !lleeting Bunt. ;.:hen ::; he .=ailed to a=::-iv::? * he
Rru,y stated that he at no t:.=te went t::> t.r..e 2unt offices .
:; c oyy vi dlis interview "'as ";:;y t!:le  
;.: 3 .=!x!lD:nt No. 2 :.:1 Volume ?.:lL! a 41 . In a  
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Eugene Braden was i!ltarviewed by the P.BI on FEilir-.Jary 7 •
1 J 77, concerning recently cisclosed by IaS.
=.a that he ha.s never in t.ha Bunts • offices and
eas naver met the Bunb; or Jac.ll;. Rliliy. Ee decli.n_o-Q a Bureau
request t..;.at he submit to a polygraph examination.
During the interview, Braden ex?lained his whereabouts
of the as f ollows: Ee t=aveled
ta oo Nove."'Cber 2l.st en bUBincss. S bee be bad recently
b e en ?aroled federal prison (be had been convict--a of
i n'ts.rsbte t=ans?<Jrta.tion of stolen f)roperty) .. he was ::::equi.red
to a in Dallas and
leaving. .A"t: approximately n.oon on November 22, 1963, be
conclcded hi3 !:>usir..ess and waL'Iced to the federal buildi.."'lg
:·. o c h e ck out wi t..'-1e parole a .:-1.::::. Ee: ·-net
at door •
.o c..:::>rcade ::.y . ·.:-h.i.a haa a;>pareotly
·.;erified by \ ___ ..
!- s 3racen l"ked f::-:):n he state3
::::2t. be say that the .?resident had been sbot..
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he saw police officers the Texas
whereupon he went building across
.:::e st::::eet in an -:::.nsuccessful atte:r•t.' t t.o his ?arimt3
to tsll them what was ba9pening. As Br<l<.1en exited the buildi.'lg,
2.-"l el.evator os>erat.or him out to sheriffs as
a person not ;:>raviously seen L""l building. Ee wa s
a.nd interviewed and
?art of the allegation made by and the un.icen ti-
1971 was that Bracen used an assumed nacB
his detention by Dallas Ccunt:.y deput'.f sheriffs. ;;n
of s ; nterview recor::i s
.: :. \_; t _)rovided ;;o 1 ice w i :..h :1 ia correct oaU<e.
::1 an l..:lt.erview , :?3! lear-:1ed tbat
0:u.ce l1ea.rd 3unker Eunt s ta ::e tbe world ecor..o:ny
;.. !)uz-ea u
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:OS is reviewing the report in light of the disclosure pro-
of the Tax Refor:n .Act. A respc..nse is expected
be £ore the e.nd of t:hl.s we-U.
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;..t the outJJet of the Bureau investigation. the Criminal
Division analyzed the a.llet; ations _:>rovided by IRS in an
effort to determine the posslllle cximinal violations
i?'!dicated. 'M'.e analysi..s conaideJ.-::-:.:.on of three
hypotbeses; (1) the Oswald l.ette.= evi:lces a conspiracy
to kill P:::-esident Kennedy: ( 2) that the FB.I obtained a copy
o.£ the Oswald letter and destroyoo or deliberately concealed
and (J) that the letter is a hoax. A copy of the
i o:ro ::.::.e lecg<!ll cooclU!:;ions reached is
  It. should be not.ed, howeve:rr- that the
,::;acol1G and t!U.rd were analY%ed based_on the
  v_h.ich appeareC. at that t..i::le • . t!l.at the
a2.12gec submission of the Oswald to the FBI occurred
soon after tha Kennedy assassination. Subsequent Bureau
investigai:..i.o.:ln. c.:.v.z;;a,      
was in late 1974. .Accordingly • while analysis of t.he
  statutes re.maii1s valid. conclusions as to the
effect_ of tha statute of limitations on possible prosecutions
no longer
Rr'.&..&Zrl.SE OP' rnPORMATICN TO CONGRSSSIONAL COMM..I"l'TSES
The.re are two Co.n<Jressional committees which lcgically
an interest in the cur::-ent per...ai.ning to
:- :.a 4{e.nneay assa;;sination matter. (l) Tte  
    on Aasassin<!ltions: I!:s present: i.3 con-
b House ::io. ll., 95th lst :3essic.n _
_ : ':. :.s auC.:"lerized to conduc-e a f ull in-;:o the
:..!.::: sas3i.!lation of ? resident lCennedy. The li=a of the
31, 1377, absent :.:n {:;: ) Sena :2
· . .=c":. :::n   _' -: _.s .,. .:;c::!.o __ __
b ::t :t.esolu·.:ion i:I::l. 400, ...:ot1:; .:.:e.:Js, .:::es sl.::-n l,.:.-b_; __
]. 976) . It bas no       t.::J L.zqu.i..=e uto a.:;sassi- •
:.3tio.n.s. I!!::>weve::-1 10 of the p rovi.3::--2
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t o
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obstruct tbe investigation and may prej udice any judicial
p roceeding which may ensue. I.n closea cases. the pro-
h£bition en discLosure of the raw investigative files is
routed pric..arily in the need to protect the identity o f
and other persons who provide information in
confidence. .;<l i. t r.out such protection ,. future l.aw enf orce-
ment efforts would be signlii.cantly
Based en-,facts to date in the current investi -
g ation, the for resulting l i!:igaticn appea.t s li=l
but cannot yet be ruled out. the usual
justifying the withholding of det.ai.lee i.!lfonaation
Congressional committees remain a s:>?licable. Bowever, in t h is
instance, .;orne conside rations e::is-;;
as :relates to disclosure -to the Bou s e Select Coanit.tee en As-
5assi:1atio.n:&'.. ._ the Ke.nneay assa s s inztion matter --
uoique -:f=om most Second, -the Departi:lent
has - in recognition of _this - p rovide d fai.=- ly
f ul.l discloaure to a Senate which lacks the s pecif ic
mandate by E-ouse Sele c!: Comittee to inveeti.g-ate
:Kennedy assassination matters. Thir::! , it is doubtful that in
i!leetings with represen tatives of the House committe e the
;Jepartment will be ab l e to ignore this matter since the
:reports that it!J interviews have drawn s ome news rnooia coverage
in Texas.
Based on all relevant considerations, it appears that t he
s hould disclose the exis t ence of tho cur=ent investi-
g ation on the occas i on of the next
c .::.t::!.eials and the Bouse committee. A t.::> do so,
discovered by the cormnitt....e.e .. 'Z2-Y r e sult in
De-y art:nent Is appe a =i :lg less canc w. Furt.."le r, ':.
probable tna t the conclu.Ced in
n e .x-:: week.:;, it may be sat is=y tbe
..::):;:- t te present wilile seill c cm?lyino ·.Jit!l the ) =:Jer.
__ ·::-a :.:-' ..) ULJ "be ? r :.) v ideci ..! s --.:.a ;::.amel: ·.:: .J:.:
:..:;-;: a.'"'ld t:he s;a:::1s :) ..: tl"'...e ___ 'll it.:l tbe
that we ext)ec"t. to b e -co _9rovi.de more S?eci::: ic
t he nex-c f aw W€eks .
tee.=:! a:.::? :'l()   unoer T =:< _;:, ct with
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closely and stands ready to assist, as needed,
:!..n the resolution of any     which from  
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Memorandum
Benjamin R. Civiletti
: Assistant Attorney General
Criminal Division
DATE: June 24, 1977
ALH : JSR: j ad
: Alfred L. Hantman, Chief
  General Crimes Section
· Criminal Division
John F. Kennedy Assassination Matter
FACTS
By letter to the Attorney General, dated December 30 ,
1976, the Internal Revenue Service provided the f o llo wi ng
informatio n: On De cember 9 , 1976, IRS Ag ent
stationed in Dallas, Texas, was visited by two informa nts who
prov ided him wi th a mechanical reproduction of a handwritten
letter which was allegedly from Lee Harvey Oswald to Nelson
Bunker Hunt. The letter, dated November 8, 1963, is addressed
only to "Mr. Hunt" and is signed "Lee Harvey Oswald." It
states in its entirety as follows:
I would like information concerning my
position.
I am asking only for information and
suggesting that we discuss the matter fully
before a ny steps are taken by me or anyone
else.
The informants indicated that the letter, or a copy the r eof,
had previously been supplied to the FBI but that appare ntly
no action was t aken.
In 1971 the same agent received information from t wo
informants indicating that Nelson Bunker Hunt, son o f H. L.
Hunt, had organized a "kill squad" which was designe d "to
e liminate the world of certain liberal leaders." One Eugene
Braden was allegedly connected with this activity. According
to the informants, both Braden and Jack Ruby were in Bunker
Hunt's office on the day before the assassination. Further,
i t is purported that immediately after the shooting deputies
of the Dallas County Sheriff's Department spotted Bra d e n
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exiting the building immediately across the street from the
Texas Book Depository. Upon being detained by the deputies,
Braden is alleged to have used a false name to identify
himself.
On January 6, 1977, the Attorney General's office
forwarded the information supplied by IRS to the FBI for
appropriate action. The Bureau's ensuing investigation
has had three primary areas of focus: (1) the purported
Oswald letter; (2) the alleged receipt of the Oswald letter
and ensuing inaction by the FBI at some time prior to
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December 1976; and (3) the suggested assassination conspiracy
between Bunker Hunt, Braden, and Ruby.
A. The Oswald Letter
The copy of the purported Oswald letter supplied by
IRS has been subjected by the Bureau to handwriting analysis .
The results are inconclusive. The writing is sufficiently
similar to known samples of Oswald's handwriting that Bureau
experts cannot eliminate the possibility that the letter is
genuine. Neither can they say definitely that it is Oswald's
writingo They do, however, note that the "e" in "Harvey"
which is present in known samples of Oswald's signature appears
absent from the signature on the questioned document. More
specific conclusions cannot be drawn in the absence of the
original document .
The Bureau points out that numerous examples of Oswald's
handwriting are available for public scrutiny among the
documents published by the Warren Commission. It is extremely
even and simple in sytle, making it readily subject to
imitation. A tracing or other form of imitation can only
be ruled out through examination of the pen pressure on the
original document.
In an effort to uncover further information surrounding
the December 1976 production of a copy of the Oswald l etter,
FBI agents initially interviewed IRS Agent Mr.
advised that the informants who supplied him with the p urported
Oswald letter were and
Both of these men were employed by the H. L. Hunt empire
until the early 1970's when they departed a midst allegations
that they had bilked the Hunt empire out of large sums of
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money.
The ensuing FBI investigation into the purported Oswald
letter revealed that the first person known to be in possession
of it was Penn Jones, the retired editor of the Midlothian
News, Midlothian, Texas. He is the author of Forgive My Grief,
an expose which concludes that President Kennedy was killed by
two gunmen who fired a total of 18 s hots .
Jones advised the Bureau that in August 1975, he received
through the mail a copy of the purported Oswald letter and an
accompanying note in Spanish. The envelope in which he claims
to have received the correspondence contains an uncancelled
Mexican stamp and bears no postmark. The return address
portion of the envelope reads as follows :
p. s .
Insurgentes Sur No. 309
Mexico, D. F.
Mexico
The cover note, typed in Spanish, is signed "P.S." It indicate s
that its writer supplied the letter to the FBI in late 1974
believing that it might be relevant to the 1963 assassination.
However , when no action was taken by the Bureau, the writer
concluded that he had'' .•. reason to believe that the worst
may happen to me and accordingly must hide for a prudent
period of time" [translation].
Jones further advised the Bureau that he responded by
writing "P.S." at the address shown on the envelope. When he
received no reply, he ceased to put much faith in the Oswald
letter and passed it on to Earl Golz, a reporter for the
Dallas Morning News . FBI investigation has revealed that
the return address on the purported l etter to Jones is a
postal box for "The Picadilly," a hotel for transients in
Mexico City, Mexico. None of the names of the persons living
at that hotel during the pertinent period contain the initials
"P.S . " Further , a check of those names against Bureau indices
produced no relevant information.
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Earl Golz is known for his newspaper stories espousing
conspiracy theories of the Kennedy assassination. He con-
firmed that he received a copy of the Oswald letter from
Penn Jones. Golz, in turn, passed a copy of the letter on
to \ , who he was seeking to develop as a source for
exposes he was preparing on the Hunt empire.
B. The FBI's Alleged Receipt of the Oswald Letter
The note in Spanish under which the purported Oswald
letter was forwarded to Penn Jones is dated August 13, 1975.
It states that "(t]owards the end of last year, I remitted
a letter from Lee Oswald to Mr. Kelley, Director of the FBI ."
This places the time when the letter was allegedly supplied
to the FBI as late 1974. Further, even assuming a mistaken
time reference by the author of the cover letter, the fact
that Clarence Kelley became Director of the Bureau in the
summer of 1973 sets the outside bounds of the time period
during which the letter could have been supplied as July 1973
to August 1975.
After a c heck of all appropriate personnel and files,
the Bureau reports that it has no record or other indication
of receiving Oswald's purported letter to Hunt. As part of
its inquiry, FBI agents interviewed the now retired docume nts
analyst who would have been responsible for the handling of
such a document had it been received between July 1973 a nd
August 1975. He has no recollection of the Oswald letter
and states the belief that he would remember such a letter
had he received it.
C. Suggested Assassination Conspiracy Between Nelson Bunker
Hunt, Eugene Braden, and Jack Ruby
The final area of FBI inquiry has centered on information
provided to IRS agent ' in 1971 to the effect that Nelson
Bunker Hunt had organized a "kill squad" to rid the world of
liberal leaders. Again, the informants were and
According to this allegation, Eugene Braden and
Jack Ruby were possible conspirators in a plot to kill
President Kennedy. It is alleged that Braden and Ruby v isited
Bunker Hunt's office on November 21, 1963, the day prior to
the assassination , and that Braden was in the area of the
Texas Book Depository at the time of the incident.
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A review of investigative materials compiled by the
FBI in its initial investigation of the Kennedy assassination
reveals that Jack Ruby was interviewed in December 1963.
His statement of his whereabouts on the day prior to the
assassination indicates that he did not visit the Hunt
offices. A copy of this interview was published by the
Warren Commission as Exhibit No. 2 in Volume 20, page 41.
His female companion during a portion of that day, Connie
Trammel, was interviewed by the Bureau in December 1963
and corroborated Ruby's statement. Additionally, Ruby under-
went a polygraph examination on the Kennedy assassination
matter at the request of the Warren Commission. He showed
no sign of deception in stating that he had no knowledge of
a conspiracy to kill the President. The details of this
examination are contained in materials published by the
Warren Commission.
Eugene Braden has recently been interviewed by the FBI.
He explained his presence in Dallas at the time of the
assassination as follows: On November 21, 1963, he traveled
to Dallas on business. Since he had recently been paroled
from federal prison (he had been convicted of interstate
transportation of stolen property), he was required to contact
a probation officer upon arriving in Dallas and before leaving.
When he checked in with U. S. Probation Officer
~ ~ on November 21st, Braden advised him that he might
be talking with the Hunts concerning oil producing property
in Louisiana. Braden was involved with such property together
with Roger Bauman and Morgan Brown. He states that his reason
~ ~ f o r mentioning the Hunts to was that Brown claimed
to know the Hunt family and had previously raised the possi-
bility of setting up a meeting with them. Braden advises,
however, that no such meeting occurred. He further states
that he has never been in the Hunts' offices and has never
met the Hunts or Jack Ruby.
At the conclusion of his business on November 22d, Braden
~ ~ walked to the Federal Building to check out with
He was still about a block from that building when the Kennedy
motorcade passed. He proceeded to the Federal Building where
  t ~ he met for approximately 15 minutes with At the
conclusion of that meeting he walked for 15 or 20 minutes
whereupon he arrived in the vicinity of the Texas Book Depository
which was then being surrounded by police officers. When he
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heard people in the crowd say that the President had been
shot, he entered a nearby building in an unsuccessful attempt
to telephone his family to tell them what was happening.
As Braden exited the building, an elevator operator pointed
him out to deputy sheriffs as being a person not previously
seen in the building. He was detained and subsequently inter-
viewed and released . The written record of the statement
which he provided to Sheriffs Department personnel on
November 22, 1963, is consistent with the information he
recently provided the FBI .
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All egations of Braden ' s involvement in the Kennedv
assassination do not originate with IRS informants\
and Several books espousing conspiracy theories
of the assassination have suggested that Braden was a participant
(e . g. , A Legacy of Doubt by Peter Noyes , and The Killing of JFK
by Donald Freed) • Part of the support for past allegations
against Braden has been that he used an assumed name during
his detention by the Dallas County Deputy Sheriffs. An FBI
review of the Sheriff ' s Department interview records reveals
that Braden provided his correct name. Although cooperative
in his recent interview with FBI agents, Braden did refuse
to submit to a polygraph examination .
recently advised the Bureau t hat H. L . Hunt
once told him that he was concerned that Nelson Bunker Hunt
might carry out some of his violent views on how to deal with
  communist leaders such as Castro. From this,
concluded that the senior Hunt was concerned that Nelson
Bunker Hunt might become involved in some type of "kill
'p"}c\ squad." The latter term is 's . He does not recall
the Hunts ever using such terminology .
In a recent interview of Nelson Bunker Hunt concerning
the hit squad theory and the purported Oswal d letter, Mr. Hunt
professed no recollection of ever meeting Braden and stated
that he knew nothing about a hit squad . He also denied
receiving the purported Oswald letter of November 8 , 1963 .
Although he was not advised the identity of the persons who
had made the allegations leading to the Hunt
indicated that he knew it was He stated that
had stol en nine million dollars from a Hunt company
and that he probably forged the Oswald letter since he had
been known to forge documents concerning H. L . Hunt .
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DISCUSSION
A. Assessing the Need for Additional Investigation
At this point the FBI believes that it has exhausted
all logical leads in its inquiry into the allegations made to
IRS Agent by and \ It considers
the matter closed unless further investigation is requested
by the Department. The determination as to the need for
additional investigation appears to turn on two considerations:
(1) the credehce to be given the instant allegations in light
of evidence developed to date; and (?) the importance of
proving or disproving to the fullest extent reasonable the
allegations and theories that periodically are circulated
concerning this tragedy which has attracted such lasting
national attention.
1. The Oswald Letter
The purported Oswald letter and related allegation that
the FBI failed to act after receiving a copy of it find support
solely in the fact that the letter is written in a handwriting
that could be Oswald'so Conversely, the letter could well
be a forgery, a pos sibility which is supported by the apparent
omission of the letter "e" from the first name in Oswald 's
signature. All surrounding circumstances detract from a
conclusion that the document is genuine .
The letter first carne to light almost 12 years after the
assassination. Only a copy was supplied; no one can be
located who can attest to having seen the original lette r.
The first copy to come to light was purportedly transmitted
by mail from Mexico yet its envelope bears none of the indicia
of having been processed by a postal system. The letter was
transmitted under a cover l etter which contained only initials
to identify its originator . The designated return address
is a hotel for transients which had no registered guest with
the a ppropriate initials during the period when the letter
purports to have been mailed. Penn Jones allegedly attempted
without success to communicate with the originator of the letter .
Independent assessments of the validity of the Oswald
letter can be gleaned from the actions of Penn Jones and Earl
Golz . Both are detractors of the Warren Commission' s view
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of the incident. Both have espoused the theory that the
crime was the product of a conspiracy. Yet, neither of these
men thought enough of the letter to make use of it. They
simply passed it on without making any public disclosure. ~
Jones specifically advised the FBI that he does not put much
faith in the letter.
Another well known advocate of the conspiracy theory of
the assassination, Harold Weisberg, has , according to the
Bureau, been quoted in published reports as stating that he
puts no stock in the letter. The Senate Select Committee on
Intelligence was fully apprised of this matter by the Depart-
ment in January . After an initial inquiry, it has expressed
no serious continuing interest . The House Select Committee on
Assassinations is also aware of the letter and has not, to
date, made an issue of it.
As concluded by the Bureau, all reasonable leads related
to the Oswald letter appear to have been exhausted. Accord-
ingly, even taking into account the special concerns surrounding
the John F . Kennedy assassination matter , there appears to be
no basis for additional investigation.
2. Conspiracy Between Nelson Bunker Hunt, Eugene Braden,
and Jack Ruby
The allegation that Hunt , Braden, and Ruby conspired
to kill Pre sident Kennedy is simply a variation of an old
theory on the assa ssination which has frequently been
asserted by those who believe there was a conspiracy. It
* Earl Golz belatedly published an article about the letter
after he was interviewed by the Bureau. However, the basis
of his article was not the letter itself but rather the
fact that the FBI was conducting an investigation concerning
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is fueled somewhat by the Hunt family's well documented dis-
like for the Kennedy family and Braden's unusual life  
The theory is sufficiently well known that IRS agent
, who has long served in Dallas and is well acquainted
with stories about the assassination, thought nothing of
the information supplied him in 1971 on the purported Hunt-
Braden-Ruby conspiracy. He simply filed his notes of the l
information provided by and\ . It was only b 1a
after the same two informants provided him with the purported
Oswald letter in December 1976 that he began to attach any
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significance to their previous information and called it to
the attention of his superiors.
In the context of normal criminal investigations , the
instant allegation does not appear to merit additional inquiry.
There is no substantial evidence to support the allegation.
Further, even if it were proved, there is no apparent
basis for federal prosecution. The Presidential assassination
statute (18 u.s.c. 1751) was not enacted until 1965. Pros-
ecution under the lesser federal statutes which would h ave
been violated by a conspiracy to assassinate President
Kennedy- conspiracy to violate civil rights (18 U.S.C. 241)
a nd conspiracy to injure an officer of the United States
(18 U.S.C. 372) is barred by the statute of limitations .
There are , however , two poss ible investigat i ve step s
which bear mentioning in deference to the high level of
public concern which still exists over the assassination.
a. Eliciting Further Documents from IRS
We can renew our efforts to obtain IRS records per-
taining to the 1 971 hit squad allegation so that we can
assure ourselves that IRS has overlooked nothing of relevance
in relaying the allegations of and \
to us. To date we have received detailed information from
If one believes his detractors, Braden is inclined toward
shaky business ventures. He i s reported to have a propensity
for marrying older women of means only to get l ost with their
funds shortly after matrimony, a practice which has caused
him some l egal difficulty.
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b ~ agent on this matter. However, the Department's
January request for the production of relevant IRS records
has not yet been fully honore d. ~
~ Ironically, Departmental attorneys may possess in their
files the very records we have sought . During the motion
stage of the Hunt wiretapping case, the trial judge ordered
Departmental attorneys Guy Goodwin and David Buvinger to
obtain and examine for Brady and Jencks material IRS records
of information provided by and The
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attorneys, in turn, obtained the relevant materials from
IRS based on their request that such be provided to them
for the purpose of compliance with the judge's order.
Before the records were returned, Mr. Goodwin had a large
portion of them photostated for possible reference later
in the case. Those copies still remain in Mr. Goodwin's
files. He has a hazy recollection that they contain a para-
graph or two concerning hit squads.
Regulations promulgated by IRS pursuant to the Tax
Reform Act of 1976 permit the continued use of previously
disclosed IRS materials for any purpose authorized by
26 U.S.C. 6103 prior to its 1976 amendment . Federal
Register , Vol. 42, No. 16, p. 4138 (Jan. 25, 1977). One
such authorized use of disclosed records was for investi-
gative purposes . 26 C.F.R. 301.6103(a) - l(a) (3) (i).
Accordingly, unless IRS limited the use which could be made
of the materials in question at the time of disclosure ,
they can now be used by the Department and provided to the
FBI for review. Although Goodwin and Buvinger do not recall
any stated limitation by IRS on use of the documents, they
are in agreement that their request for release was strictly
limited to compl iance with the judge's order. Accordingly,
they agree that the most reasonable interpretation i s that
the documents were released for a limited purpose and cannot,
therefore, be redisclosed. Additionally, Mr. Goodwin is
uncertain as to his authority for having made a copy of the
documents. In view of these factors , it appears inappro-
priate that the Department use the previously obtained records
in the instant investigation.
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Internal Revenue agreed to review its records and to
provide us with those which are not within the disclosure
constraints of the Tax Reform Act of 1976. To the extent
that certain relevant records could not be released without
an "(i) (2)" letter (26 U .S . C. 6103 (i) (2)) , IRS agreed to
advise us. So far, the Service has provided the Bureau
with a total of 16 pages of material , all of which are from
the manuscript of an unpublished book by Rothermel on the
Hunts. The material relates to the Hunts' dislike of the
Kennedys but is not otherwise probative. IRS has not pro-
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vided any of its internal reports by of material
furnished by and Neither has it advised
definitely that there is any material which could be made
available unde r (i) (2). Calls to IRS on this matter have
resulted in courteous but repeated statements that the
matter will have to be checked further. The constraints of
the Tax Reform Act of 1976 appear to make IRS reluctant to
reach a decision. It is doubtful that we will ever receive
any further material as things presently stand.
The Service has suggested that disclosure could b e
spurred by the Department's providing an (i) (2) letter, thus
relieving them of having to decide if specific records fall
within the Tax Reform Act. The providing of such a letter
is not, however, without problems. Under (i) (2) the Depart-
ment is required to designate the specific criminal statute
under which it is conducting an investigation which may r esult
in an administrative or judicial proceeding . As discussed
above, there appears to be no federal statute under which a
prosecution could now be brought against persons who might
have conspired to kill President Kennedy . Accordingly, it
appears that the (i) (2) letter would need to be based on
18 U.S.Co 1001, false official statements . ~
~   h i l e the Fraud Section policy generally precludes
prosecution under 18 u.s . c. 1001 of persons who respo nd
untruthfully to investigative inquiries, it does authorize
prosecution for false "volunteered reports ," i . e . , false
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It is quite possible that the Oswald letter is a ~
hoax. Nelson Bunker Hunt suspects \ of being respon- ~
sible and Departmental attorneys connected with the Hunt
wiretapping prosecution do not discount that possibility.
Further, the i nformation provided to IRS in 1971 may well
have been fabr icat ed for the purpose of furthering the ~ ~
vendetta against the Hunts. While the ~
1971 incident is now beyond the statute of limitations , the
two informants have had a continuing pattern of supplying
Boren with information on the Hunts . Accordingly, the argument
exists that the 1971 incident could still be reached in a
prosecution for an ongoing conspiracy to provide false infor-
mation.
While there is arguably sufficient legal basis for the
submission of an (i) (2) letter predicated on 18 U.S . C. 1001,
we doubt the wisdom of pu rsuing such a course . The need for
obtaining such IRS documents seems mooted by the fact that , ,
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and has checked out the leads obtained therefrom. The two
men provided little relevant information and nothing of value
that was verifiable . In view of their strong feelings against
the Hunts, it is most unlike ly that they would have withheld
from the Bureau any valid informa tion that they have heretofore
provided IRS agent I__ Accordingly , while we have prepared   ~
an (i) ( 2) letter for your consideration (attached), we
recommend against its submission to IRS on the grounds that
it is now unnecessary and it would leave us open to criticism
that we based our discovery request on a contrived theory.
b. Conducting an Interview of U. S . Probation
Officer Roger C. Carroll
Eugene Braden has advised the Bureau that he was
approximately one block from the Federal Building when the
Kennedy motorcade passed and that immediately thereafter he
entered that building and met with probation officer
If this is verified by -- it tends to remove Braden
from the area of the Texas Book Depository at the time of
the shooting .
This Section prepared a briefing paper on the Kennedy
assassination matter for the Attorney General on February 9,
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General, addressed a memorandum to Mr. Keuch and me on
February 17th raising questions based on various aspects
of the briefing paper. Results of the FBI investigation
now permit a conclusive response to all of those questions
except for the status of efforts to obtain documents from
IRS and the nature of any verification by\ of Braden's
It has been determined that Mr. has never
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been interviewed by the Bureau about this matter. The FBI
has refrained during their recent investigation from con-
ducting the interview because they consider it unnecessary.
However, it appears to us to be a logical lead which remains
to be pursued in the inquiry of the Hunt-Braden-Ruby con-
spiracy theory. Should \ verify Braden's statement, it
would serve as an additional factor discrediting the theory.
Accordingly, we have drafted and attached hereto a memorandum
to the FBI requesting an interview of
RECOMMENDATIONS
Concerning the purported Oswald letter, it is recommended
that no additional investigation be conducted.
Concerning the alleged Hunt-Braden-Ruby conspiracy theory,
it is recommended that the attached memorandum be dispatched
  the FBI requesting an interview of\ • It is suggested
that no further effort be made to obtain records from IRS.
the interview produce no new leads, it is
recommended that no additional investigation be conducted.
Please advise us of your decision in this matter and we
will prepare an appropriate memorandum to Frederick Baron ..
briefing paper stated that Braden ' s story had" .•
apparently been verified by " The word "apparently"
used because the Bureau agent consulted during our pre-
V paration of the briefing paper thought that
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the FBI with verification of Braden's statement at some time
in the past, but was not completely sure . In view of the 24
hour deadline under which the paper was prepared, time was not
available to verify this fact.
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Criminal Division
A lfrecl L. BaDt.ma.D, Chief
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on January 24,. 1977,. you adviaed me that the Internal
ReYenue service Intelligence Division baa recently received
which baa possible relevance to the assassination
of President Kennedy. Later that day you provided James
Reynolds of tbia Section with copies of pertinent docu:ne.nts
and requested that be ?::repare a aUIIDary of possible statutory
rel.ewant to the information supplied by IRS.
Briefly st4lted, the I:BS information indicates the
following: On Decelaber 9, 1976, an IRS agent stationed in
received a document which his in£ormant apparently
claimed was a copy of a letter fro• Lee Barvey Oswald to
Nelaon Bunker Blmt. The purported letter is dated November 8,.
1.963, addressed only to • Mr. Bunt, " and is signed "Lee Barvey
Oswald... It st.ataa iA its entirety as follows:
I would like information concerni.Dq my
position.
I aa auing only for information and
suggeating that we discuss the matter fully
before any ste9s are taken by me or anyone
else.
The iD£ormant indicated that he had previously supplied either
the original or a copy of the letter to the ='BI but that the
Bureau took no action. (A preliminary chedt a ccomplished by
tbe PBI fai13 to reveal any indication that it ever r eceived
such a letter. )
In 1971 the saae agent received i.n.for:nation from infor.nants
indicating that .. Bu.nker Bunt" had organized a "kill squad• whlch
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\·;aa designed "to eliminate the world of certain li.bcral
leedera." One Euqene Braden was allegedly connected with
tbis activity. According to the agent's informants# bOth
and Jack Ruby were in Bunker Hunt. • s of flee on the day
before the assassination.
At tbJ.a stage. concluaiona as to federal violationa
releYant to these facta mu.t be extre!De.ly tentative. So
l ittle ill preaeJ'ltly avall.able that no evaluation
13 xeaaon.bly poaaible without supposing additional facta.
we have attempted to do iA the remainder of tbis
maaorandum is to hypotbeaize reasonable variations of
and to draw a legal co nclusion
o.n each such variation.
Fi;at Byoot.btsis - +he lette{ evinces a conspiracy to
a susaipa te President Kenn,qy
There was no ?residential assassination 8tatute iA 1963.
  it waa necessary to seek alternative cbargeo
to fill. the 9•?· It seems cl.ear. however, tbat absent
wuaaual factor• to the contrary the beat coura. of action
WO\Ilc:l_be a homicide prosecution in state c:ogrt.
conaeiracy against civil r ights of citizens (18 U,S,C,
$i 241} s .Assuming that a conspiracy existed to assassinate
tbe ?resident, a charge may lie under 19 '0 .s.c. § 241. aa a
conapiracy to injure a citizen in the free exercise of tho
right and t>rivileqe to hold the elected o f fice of the
: reaident of tlwt UDitad States. Cf. United State' v. Gue&l;.
383 u.s. 745 (1966). ;... proaecution Wlder thia statute would
bowevez be barred by the atatota of lilaitations.
Treason (lS u,s,c, 5 238l}s In searcainq £or on app1i-
cable statute that does not suffer from statute of limitations
p robletU, we considered but ultimately .rejected the tre.zaaon
-sbtute. 18 U .s.c. § 2..381. statute requires either
{l) levyi.Dg war against the UnJ.ted Statea or (2) giving >lid
and coa.fort to the enudes of the United States. The only
theory st.ri&i119 s omewhere near the statuto would be that tho
a aaaaaination of COmmander-iA-cbief was
levyi.Dg war.
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Engliah law contained a much broader swath of action
'dith.i.A the definit.ioa o£ treaaon. The founders of the
unitad St.ataa, sinc:e the coUDtry was born in a revolution,
we.re naturally .sensitive to the CJ:'ime of treason. Thus, by
the Conatitut.ion. they limited the breadth c f the crime.
a evertheleaa, both cat.ec)oriea of treeson were borrowed f roa
t.ba Enqluh. United States v. Greiner. 26 Fed. cas.
15,2621 36, 38 (Diat.. ct., B.D. ? a. 1861). Cf. united •
v. Banvay, 26 Fed. Caa. ,so. 15,299] 105 (Cir. c t., EJD. ? a.
1651). Although there ia some dictwa in the•• cases that
might briDg the political muzder of tha ?resident within the
of ""leYyiDg war, • believe that the instant matter
caDDOt be construed a a treason.
The third speciea treason ia, a
IMaA do lwy againat our lord the king, in
hia real.a• • • To re.ist. the kiDg • s
by defending a caaUe against thea, is a
of war1 and so is an insurrection with Dn avowed
deaign to p\lll. dOWA .!!!. encloaurea, brothela,
linG the lilte: the universality of the design
making 1t a rebell.i.:m z.tgaill.st the state, an
usur?iltiOA o£ the ?Otfers of goverruaent and an
insolent invaaion of the ldng•s authoJ:ity.
ii .   4 COMmentaries on the Laws o f Eng1ang 1485
(W. Lewi.a ed. 1900). Thua a levying of wal: appear• to .cl'!quire
war-like gat.beri.Dg• of number. of people. But the s tronger
eYidenc:e that what Oawald did waa not a l41tvying o £ '1lar i tJ in
fact. that. hia act .fits clearly within a nother 'l; ind ...j f
t.r•a.aon th.iat waa .!!2.!:, adopted by tb.e Conatit.ution & COlRf>asai.ng
o r UlagiDiDg the dea t.h of the king.
Accor<.ii.DcJ to
But, a.a thi2 cocpaaainq or imagining u an
act of the   it canaot possibly f all under
;my judicial cognisance, unl&ila it. b e t1emon-
strated by some open or overt act • • • •
':rhwa, to ? roYide weapona or ammunition for the
f?ur;K)•e of ki..llinq the k ing, is held t o b e a
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pa1paba overt act of treascn in i.ma<jini.ng
his death. To conspire to imprison the king
by force, and move towards it by assembling
coJapany, is an overt act of compass ins the
king's death ••••
w. Bl.ac:kstone, at 1483. According to the editor• e
DO'teJ
c:aae of the regicidea, the indict-
ment chaxged that they did t.raitorousl.y compaaa
a.ftd imagine the death oj! th. king. And the
taking o£f b.iJa head waa laid, amoDg othera, aa
an overt act of compasai.ng. And t.be person who
waa to have given the stxoke waa con-
victed OQ the indic:tmenk. For tbe cos-
paaai.Dg ia coruaidued aa the treaaoD, the
acts aa the IDQaAa made wae of to the
int:antiona of the heart.
at 1483 n.lO.
Since Oswaid and his co-conapiratora (if any} clea.r.ly
£aU. withiD the latter kind of treason, a nd not so clearly
withi.A the forme.r kind, it i8 suggested that Wlle.a it could
aboWA that Oswald were ncting at the behest of a foreign
powez. bia activity does not fa.ll. within the treason at.atut.e.
Toa MaJ:\11& of the Inteaual Security Section ha• indicated hia
iDfonul. agreement. with thia
Other contained in the Treason of
Tit1e 18, U .S.Code, which were considered and reje<:ted are
as !ollowa s 18 U.s .c. §5 2382 (Mispri30D of 'rre.a&Qn) ; 2384
(Seditioua Coruspiracy); 2385 {..l\dvocat.i.Ag overthrow of
Go'9eX'Jlment) 1 2389 (Recruiti.ng for Service Against t.he United
Sbt:ea} r 2390 (Enlut:llafant to Serve Against the United sta tes).
Al.o iUJod rejected was 18 U.s .. c. § 1461 (Malli.ng
Ob•ceoe or crime-Inciting •
Second Hypothesis - The FBI had the original letter or a cc oy
ther eof and or deliberate ly it.
Wr?Dqful dest--uction of Government property {18 U, S. C
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FBX destroyed the of tbe letter, unleaa by authori%ed
activity, there may exiat a destruction of government property
violation (18 U.s .c. S 1361) and a deat.ruction of government
rQCOrd violation (19 u.s.c. S 2071) . Detor;ai.nation of whether
o r not v.roae<:UtioDS UDder these statutea would be bBrrad by
tM sbtate o.f limitationa woul.d have to await specific
eviAence co.Dearni.Jlg the date of the deatruc:tion.
Obatruetion of Proceedinqs Before Agencies (18 u ,s .c.
§ 1505): If, aqeDta of the FBI corrgpt.lr vit.hhel.d information
WarreD & vioation of 18 u.s.c. 5 1.505
may If siSCh aa obstract.ioo occurred, it is auo possibl e
that iA thereof some agent. IDZlY have cotiDlitted
(18 o.s.c. S 1.621) iD test.ifyi.Dg before the coaaiaaicn.
l!owever, proaecuticms UDder either the obatructioA or p-erjury
atat.at.e appeaJ: ba:rrecl by the statute 1-im.itations.
In hypothe•i%1Jl9 a poasihle FBI cover up, one can conjure
u9 a fac:t situation 1D whJ.ch the misp.riaon of fel.ony D tatut.e
(18 u.s.c. § 4) might apply.. such applJ.cation appears
uD.].Utely baaed on facta availabl.e to this point.
Hypoth.e$i.s - The letter is a hoax.
statements (l8U,S,C, S 1001): lettal: is a
f orgery • it may qual.i£y a.s .falae volunteered infor=aticn
d eliberately iDt.anded to provoke ncti.on (i.e. eithe.r
.Inta%nal ReYenu.e Servi..c:. or Pederal Bureau of Investigation
  and, tbere.fore. vi.olate 18 u.s.c. S 1001. s ee
Uftit.g States v. I-H!Mrt. 501 F.2d 943 ( 5th 1974) (en ballc) 1
Unit1ld Statel v. Adl§. 380 lr.2d 917 (2d C!r.), ce.rt. denied,
389 U.S. 1006 (1967). But see Priedman v. United States, 374
P .2d 36.3 (8th Cir. 1967). Tb6re woW.d apf>ear to be no s tatute
of limitations problea involved in instituting such a pro-
s tM:Gtion.
False writing (18 u.s,c, § 494): If the letter is a
£o.rgery and there e.xiats the fraudu1ent intention to cause the
t:o initiate an ilwesti9ation, then the letter may
lUI a the pctr?Oae of de£:o:audinq the United
Statea (o£ money, and effort necessary f or t he inve sti-
g ation) and may violate 18 u..s.c. § 494. Dependin9 on t.he d ato
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when the letter was for<Jed, there may or may not be a
statute of limitations problea. In any event, the statu-te
contai.ns an uttering _;,revision which should .iorm the baaia
fQr viable prosecutive action. a:s:sumin.g ·that the ?tlrSOD who
dal.ivered the letter to IRS was aware of it:s ficitioua natuxe.
CoJl!piracrt (18 U ,s .c, § 37lj J Baaed on the :forego lAg
ana.lysu, the general COIUJpirac:y statute, lS U .s.c. § 371,
  be appllc:ahl.e if a to generate fraudul.ently
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A$ SDOre facta nre in t.ha ma tt.er, we vill be
happy to reviae and refine oux • aa may
be nec.•aa.ry. material.s you to Hr. ReyDOl.c!a
are reblrned hanvit!l. 'i1e have retained a copy our
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PURPOSE: provide a resume of investigative and research
results oht',iined pertinent to Internal .. Revenue Servi-cC! (IRS)
-··fnformation furnished re captioned matter as known to the Bureau
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SYNOPSIS: Inves_tigation and has been conducted to
resolve the following
1. That a November, 1963, letter was by
Lee Harvey Oswald to a Mr. Hunt.
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to the FBI.
3. T,1at a Jim Braden or Eugene Braden and Jack Ruby
':'e:e in Nelson .. Bunker office on 11/21/63, and signed
out book there.· · . \ _ /O Yr)bO - ·· l
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organized by Nelson Bunker Hunt.
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alleged Oswald letter and pe ripheral information relating to the
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wr1tten by ·Lee Harvey Oswpl_d to a .Mr. Hunt stating   . . would b?C...
information concerninQ my position. · I am asking' only for
information and suggesting that we matter fully
before any. _steps are taken by me or anyone .. ·else. • .-..rstated
that he had been informed that the original of this-!etter was --
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In his 12/9/76, memorandumllllllrcontended that he
received a copy of this letter on that "during a
1971 IRS inquiry he received that Nelson Bunker
Hunt had organized a kill squad and that Jack Ruby and a
Eugene Braden had been in Hunt's office and signed-a "sign
out book• there on 11/21/63.
By memorandum dated 1/6/77, Special Assistant to the
Attorney General, Jack W. Fuller,· furnished the IRS
information to the Bureau.
----- Upon receipt of this information in the Congressional
Inquiry Unit (CIU), General Investigative Division (GID}, an
immediate search of files was instituted. This search
determined that a Jim Braden, aka Eugene Braden, was present in
pn 11/22/63, in the vicinity of the Texas School Book
Depository Building, was interviewed by the Dallas Sheriff's
Office on 11/22/63, and by Bureau Agents at Los Angeles,
California, on 1/28/64. Information was also located that while
in Dallas (11/63) Braden contacted United States Parole Officer
Roger Carroll and indicated that he might or would contact
H. L. Hunt. In addition, Braden was found to have a three
page,identification record under FBI Number 799 431, was
convicted of Interstate Transportation of and
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Re: AssasL .1a tion of President .!ohn
Mail Fraud violations in 1952, was involved with criminal
elenents and to them as a con man. The search
failed to corroborate the specific received from
IRS a nd no original or copy of the Oswald letter
was located in Dallas or Bufiles.
On 1/11/77, information from IRS was furnished to
our office in order that a thorough search of its
fil e s could be conducted. The Dallas search located information
re E: ugene Braden but no informatio"n that corroborated the
IRS information •
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Assistant Attorney General (AAG), Office of Legislative Affairs
(OLA) . of the file searche.s inyestigatiory  
_ .. conducted_in an effort to resolve 'the R:S allegations: ·
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Between 1/12-14/77, contact was effected with the former
Dallas case Agent in the John F. Kennedy (JFJ<) assassination,-'
Robert P. ·Ge mberling and forme r FBI document examiner, . )
James Cadigan. Neither one recalled ·any information .pertaining .-. '
to a letter allegedly wr'itten by Oswald to a member of the
Hunt family. Both insisted that the significance of such a
letter, had it been brought to their attention, wouYd have been
imme diately recognized an.d not forgot ten.
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An FOIA request ma de by Braden during d i s c losed
an address of 3224 Peach Tree Road, Northeast, Atlanta, Ge orgia,
which Atlanta Division has dete rmined to be a mail drop or
convenie nce address and the exact whereabouts of Braden at
this time is unknown. b?G
On 1/19/77, Dallas interviewe dlllllllllllllllwho would
not furnish specific informa tion and
might be prohibited by the Tax Reform Act of 1976 (Section 6l03
(I)) •
On 1/21/77, Senator Gary Hart, Senate Select
Commi ttee on Intelligence (SSC) initiated Committee Request
Numbe r 6250 asking for prompt access to FBI material on
Ne lson Bunker Hunt and Jim Braden. Committee staff members
we re granted access to ma terial immediately available on
l/21/77, . and were advised on 1/26/77, that additional material
was ava ila ble and had bee n prepared for acce ss. This was
con(jrme d by letter •
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Re: Assass .h.ation of P;esident John
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Prior to and following receipt of the results of
thellllllinterview on 1/19/77, the Office of Congressional
Legal Counsel Division, successfully
initiated efforts (1) through the Deputy Assistant Attorney
(DAAG) Callaghan, OLA, to convince SSe that there
no need for independent inquiry by sse into this matter
as the FBI already conducting active, expeditious
in,·es tig-=. tion and 'Nould furnish results to the eomr.'li t tee in a
tinc ly fashion and {2) through Keuch, Criminal Division, to
any disclosure problems raised by IRS under the Tax Reform
Act of 1976. ..
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At 5:00p.m. on 1/26/77, DAAG Callaghan advised
OCA that IRS would instructlllllllto supply all pertinent,
non tax in-formation in th..is the FBI and .th•t IRS
-·would- gather pertinent recorded information from its files to
be available to the FBI. -
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In response to instructions, Dallas SAs
tlllllllllllllland interviewedlllllllon
rece1 confirmation-or-!Rs
Headquarters i rue ions. ated he receiveq a copy of the
allege9 Oswald letter from 12/9/76, who
advise/he received it from as MQrning .
Ne ws" reporter, who got it- from a FNU Hernandez, Midlothian,
Texas, who claimed to have sent a copy of the Osward letter to
the FBI in late 1974 and who claimed to have received the
letter from a person in Mexico.
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tllllllstated the sources during the
197/ inqu1ry wer and
another source wh y s nee at source
may still be close to the Hunt family. Following termination
of the interviewllllllrecontacted the Dallas office and stated
llllllllllllhad copies of the Oswald letter, a
letter in Spanish and the envelope.
- ·· that the adressee's name appe ared on the letter
but had been blocked out. llllllrfurnished these documents
to FBI, Dallas, which to the FBI Laboratory for
examination. The Spanish language transmittal letter is
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dated 8/18/75, and bears the initials •p,s.• (apparent sender)
and the address: "Insurgentes, Sur No. 30, D. F.,
Mexico.• (It is to be note d that the sender ("P.s.•)
indicates that he, not a     sent "a letter from
Lee Oswald• to the FBI "at the end of last year" (1974)) •
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docume nts from Golz. Additiona tated he had received
his 1971 records in this matter from e ederal Records
Center and was reviewing same, but would require specific
authority from IRS Headquarters for release of any non tax

In Bufile 62-109060-7376, dated 10/6/75, the informant
also advised that Golz was of the opinion, but never proved, that
H. L. Hunt financed assassins including one Euge ne Brady or
Bradley who is alleged to have visfted Hunt a few days before the
JFK assassination.
Information pertaining to the 11/21/63, presence of
Jack Ruby in the Mercantile Bank Building in Dallas, which also
houses the office of Hunt Enterprises, has been located in
Bureau files and was furnished to the Warren Commission where it
appe ars· as lvarren Commission Exhibit Number 2, Volume XX,
Page 41. It was ascertained that Ruby transported Connie Trammel,
an acquaintance, to the Me rcantile Bank Building whe re she
ha d an appointme nt to see Lamar Hunt about a job. On
  Ruby stated he had business with his at t orney on
that date in the same building.
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Hemorandum (' Jlr. Gallagher
Re: Assassit.ation of President
By communication dated 2/2/77, the FBI Laboratory
advised Dallas Division that the blocked out portions of the
aforementioned transmittal letter to Midlothian, Texas, read
"Penn Jones, Jr. Editor •
Bufiles disclose that Penn Jones was the ... ub'ect
wl1erein runors accused him of
and he was also a victim in Da as
"Unsub; !ncendiary Device Thrown Into
'Midlothian Mirror,•• 4/30/62. In the
book "The Scavengers and Critics the Warren Report• by
Richard l'larren lewis, Penn Jones is described aa reportedly
convinced that the JFK assassination involved 18 persons who
are now dead and two riflemen firing simultaneously at JFK.
Jones· has '<l'l'so author[ed ."Forgive Grief" nnd lect-ored
his assassination theories.
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April 18, 1977
From: Director, FBI
P.e:ASSASSIN:'.TION OF
JOHN LD Kl:NNEDY,
22 , 1963, D/'.LL/,S, TEXAS;
MISCELLANEOUS- I NFORI1ATION CONCERNING
00: Da llas
Examination requested by: Dallas and Hous ton
FDI FILE NO. 62-109060
LAB. NO. D-770408002 HS
D-770413047 NS
Reference: Dal l as a irte l 4/4/77 and Houston airtel 4/8/77
Examination requested: Document
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LAB. NO.
Re: ASSASSINATIOn OF PRES
D-770408002 HS
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JOHN FITZGEPJ LD KI:NN:SDY,
NOVEl·IDER 22 , 1963, D/, LL!'. S, TEXAS ;
l1I SCF.LLP.NEOUS- I r·iFOHI·IATI ON CONCERNING
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