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WC CE 826; WC CE 2520; WC CE 3120; CD 205, p. 181; CD 1495a, pp. 1-39; HSCA Vol 4, p. 481; HSCA Vol 10, p. 133; Conspiracy, Summers, p. 316; Deep Politics, Scott, p. 262; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. 218-219; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 311-312, 394; Reasonable Doubt, Hurt, p. 294; New York Times, Friday, April 28, 1995


DOB: March 28, 1902; POB: Englewood, NJ; DOD: Wednesday, April 26, 1995, at age 93; POD: Ossining, New York. Author of "Crime Against Cuba." Attended Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard University, Oxford and Columbia. Taught at Harvard, Cornell and Columbia. First wife: Margaret Irish (divorced); second wife: Helen Lamb; survived by 3rd wife, Beth Keehner; son: Hayes Lamont of Newton, Mass.; daughters: Margot Heap of Greenwich, Conn., Florence Antonides of Avon, Conn., and Anne Jafferis of New Haven, Conn.

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