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WC Vol 1, pp. 171, 173, 182; WC Vol 16, p. 524; CE 169; CD 1107, pp. 1076-1082; CD 1510e, pp. 2-3; Ft. Worth Star Telegram, 11/27/63; Dallas Morning News, 11/27/63; The Assassination Story, edited by Gen Edwin Walker


Went to Dallas from her home (3 bedroom) in San Antonio on 11/26/63 to offer help to Marina Oswald. Mrs. Pults was Russian-born. Came to U.S. 15 years ago fro Kiev. Had three teen-aged children: Jane Mae, Mary Ann, and Robert A., Jr.

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