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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. I - Page 103« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald Resumed)

Mrs. Oswald.
an education, that medical care is very expensive. About his political dissatisfaction, he didn't speak to me.
Mr. Rankin.
Did he ever say anything against the leaders of the government here?
Mrs. Oswald.
No.
Mr. Rankin.
Mr. Chairman, that is all we have now except the physical exhibits, and I think we could do that at 2 o'clock.
The Chairman.
Mrs. Oswald, we are going to recess now until 2 o'clock. You must be quite tired by now. And this afternoon we are going to introduce some of the physical objects that are essential to make up our record.
When we finish with those, I think your testimony will be completed.
And I think we should finish today.
You won't be unhappy about that, will you?
Mrs. Oswald.
No. Thank you.
The Chairman.
2 o'clock this afternoon.
(Whereupon, at 11:35 a.m., the President's Commission recessed.)
The Chairman.
Afternoon Session

Testimony of Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald Resumed

The Chairman.
The President's Commission reconvened at 2 p.m.
The Chairman.
The Commission. will be in order. Mr. Rankin, you may continue.
Mr. Rankin.
Mr. Chairman, I understand that Mrs. Oswald has examined a considerable volume of correspondence during the recess. In order to helpful, she has identified it, and she is able to tell, through her counsel, by a number for each exhibit, who the letter was to or from as the case may be.
And, after I offer the exhibits, or as part of the offer, I will ask Mr. Thorne if he will tell the description of the recipient and the writer of the letter in the various cases. These exhibits are Exhibits 30 through 65, inclusive.
Mr. Thorne.
Exhibit No. 30 is a telegram from a former fiance's mother.
Exhibit No. 31 is a letter from her friend who studied with her, by the name of Ella Soboleva.
Exhibit No. 32 is a letter from the Ziger family, who are friends.
Exhibit No. 33 is another letter from Alexander Ziger. A friend of the families.
Exhibit No. 34 is a letter concerning departure to the United States by Marina and her husband. She doesn't know who sent the letter or who received it. It is merely some material that she has.
Exhibit No. 35 is an envelope from a friend which contained a letter which is not shown.
Exhibit No. 36 is a letter from a former fiance's mother, the same one that sent the telegram, and Exhibit No. 30.
Exhibit No. 37 is a letter from Marina to Lee while she was in the hospital, during the birth of June Lee.
Exhibit No. 38 is a letter from Olga Dmovskaya, a friend.
Mr. Rankin.
When you say fiance, do you mean she was engaged to someone else?
Mr. Thorne.
This is what I understand--prior to her relationship to Lee.
Exhibit No. 39 is another letter from Ella Soboleva.
Exhibit No. 40 is a letter from Lee Harvey to Marina while she was in the hospital with June Lee, during the birth of the baby.
Exhibit No. 41 is a letter from her Aunt Valya.
Exhibit No. 42 is a letter from their friend Pavel.
Exhibit No. 43 is the start of a letter by Marina which was never finished.
Exhibit No. 44 is the start of a letter by Marina which was never finished.
Exhibit No. 45 is a letter from Olga Dmovskaya, the same person who sent a letter in Exhibit No. 38.
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