Pseudonym: Corbuston, Oliver
06/03/60, Cable from MASH to Director: "1. Corbuston phoned and met Varona 3 June. HQs instruction to Corbuston bring up FOLL points in conversation Varona: A. Bender hopes it not true that Varona intends give Hendrix details of 2 June immigration troubles for publication. Bender would consider it personal favor if press not informed of incident. B. Ask Varona arrange for EXEC COMM meeting on Wed 8 June. Also arrange for Bender talk with Sanchez Arango same day. C. Ask Varona not inform Barker of Corbuston contact. Give Varona impression Corbuston continued contact not definite this time. 2. Re point 1, A above Varona agreed not make statement to press. Urged necessity arrange matters in order avoid recurrance urged steps avoid any difficulties on arrival Sanchez Arango who due here within next few days...4. Re point 1, C above. Varona agreed not inform Barker. Told contact with Corbuston may not continue..."
06/17/60, CIA document from Chief of Base, JMASH to Chief, WHD: Subject: Operational/JMNET/AMCLATTER-1 Report: "Attached for Headquarters is a raw report from AMCLATTER-1. Oliver H. Corbuston."
10/15/60, Cable from MASH to Director: "1. During 13 Oct meeting with Corbuston AMHAWK said Bender group dealings with AMRASP affiliates constituted interference in internal affairs AMRASP and strongly emphasized need he have full control affiliates. During conversation it obvious AMHAWK considers affiliates as his possible source present and future political power. Corbuston agreed keep hands off affiliates until return Twicker AMHAWK discussion this subject..."
11/09/60, Dispatch from Chief of Station, JMASH to Chief, WHD: "Attached for Headquarters are samples of 'bonos' being used for fund raising activities in the United States by members of Subject. Oliver H. Corbuston."
04/27/61, Dispatch from Chief of Base, JMWAVE to Chief, WHD: Subject: Operational/KUCAGE/Luis Conte Aguero: "Attached for Headquarters is a clipping from the Diario Las Americas of 26 April 1961. The clipping carries declarations by Luis Conte Aguero regarding his four day stay on Cuban soil at the time of the 'invasion.' Oliver H. Corbuston."
08/24/61, Cable from Director to JMWAVE (Orig: F.W. Barkley, Unit: WH/4/Plans): REF: DIR 05795 (OUT 85259)* "1. Re 24 Aug telecon with Zamka on future contact with AMBUD-1, Oliver H. Corbuston arriving 1245 hours 28 Aug, nat flight 209. 2. Request you arrange for Corbuston early afternoon meeting 28 Aug with AMBUD-1 to discuss AMBUD support. Corbuston known to AMBUD-1 as Gupton. Corbuston will report WAVE prior to meeting for details on arrangements. WH Comment: *Request for discussion with AMBUD-1 on future budget support."
04/08/62, CIA document: Subject: AMHINT-2: Page 3: ..."Was met as one of the companions of Alberto Muller when first group of 5 students sought asylum and exile in Miami to form the DRE in August 1960. Oliver H. Corbuston had initial meeting, as 'Douglas Gupton', then Harold R. Noemayr as 'Roger Fox'..." Page 5: ...."Oliver C. Corbuston, Harold R. Noemayr, Clayton B. Farshtey, Clarence E. Smeryage. All known by alias only."
10/11/67, Dispatch from Chief of Base, Washington to Chief, DO/I: ..."3. The above items were received by Oliver H. Corbuston (REDACTION) in the course of a previous assignment. Attachments 1, 2 and 3 are forwarded in response to reference. Oliver H. Corbuston..."
02/15/78, CIA document: Page 48: Crypt request - Leslie Wiselman:..."43. Corbuston (Handwritten note: Current staff employee under cover)..."
8/11/78 letter from Robert Blakey to Scott Breckenridge, asking to interview George Witner aka Douglas Gupton.
At his 4/25/78 deposition, David Phillips identifies Douglas Gupton's true name as William Kent.
11/16/78, Anne Goodpasture's Mexico City Station History: Page 345: ..."A survey of the damage caused by the loss of the briefcases, dated December 1960, indicated that (REDACTION) not only had classified data on current operations but documents and data on CA operations dating back several years. Among the missing papers were the true names of the following CIA employees: Joseph Baker, Gerald Droller, Jacob D. Esterline, (REDACTION) David A. Phillips, (REDACTION) Stannard K. Short, (REDACTION) Philip Toomey, E. Howard Hunt, and William Kent. The following official cryptonyms and pseudonyms were compromised: AMCIGAR, AMGUPPY-1, AMHAWK-1 and 2, AMRASP, AMWAIL, AMWAIL-1 through 12, JMASH, Samuel G. Orrison (pseudonym for (REDACTION) and Walter C. Twicker (pseudonym for Hunt)..."