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Record:
MANN, THOMAS CLIFTON
Sources:

CD 442; CIA 66-567 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10274, Lifton's pp. 198-201); CIA 116-50 (re-released as CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10153); CIA 107-579; CIA 128-590; CIA 141-601; CIA 168-612; CIA 174-616; CIA 178-620; CIA 191-624; CIA 449-183-A, p. iii; Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 195; HSCA Reel 48, Box 26, Folder UU (AMKW 27); JFK 104-10015-10309, Lifton's pp. 287-289; CU-2; Dallas Morning News, Sunday, January 24, 1999, p. 37-A; New York Times, Saturday, January 30, 1999, p. A-11

Mary's
Comments:

Ambassador to Mexico in 1963. In charge of American Embassy in Mexico City. By Sept 1960, Thomas Mann had replaced Roy Rubottom as Asst. Secy for Inter-American Affairs. "Propaganda report" of December 31, 1963, p. iii, says Mann has been appointed as presidential assistant for Latin America. CIA 178-620 says Mann "pushing case too hard..." Attended meeting Jan 3, 1961. Died of natural causes Saturday, January 23, 1999, in Austin, TX, at age 87. Mann's wife of 64 years, Nancy, died in 1997. He is survived by a son, Father Clifton A. Mann, an Episcopal priest in Lubbock, Texas, six grand-daughters and three great-granddaughters.

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