A Record from Mary's Database
The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, pp. viii, 56-57, 67, 98-99; Wilderness of Mirrors, Martin, pp. 119-120, 197; The Man Who Kept the Secrets, Powers, pp. 60-62, 131-133; Secret Team, Prouty, pp. 201-202; Blowback, Simpson, pp. 236-238, 288; Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, pp. 135, 152; Invisible Government, Wise & Ross, pp. 213, 237; New York Times, Monday, March 6, 1995, p. A16.
DOB: 1917. DOD: Friday, March 3, 1995. Wife: Rita. In Cuba 1957-1958. In OSS from its inception. In CIA from 1947. Inspector General until 1961. Then became Executive Director of CIA. Left CIA in 1963 and became professor of political science at Brown University. Survived by wife Rita; two sons: Col. Lyman B. 3d, of Herndon, VA, and Paull T., of Tallahassee, FL; two daughters, Jeanne Pitner, of Roanoke, VA., and Helen Knauss of Rome, GA.; a sister, Helen Millbank of Williamsburg, VA.