Pseudonym: Lund, Thomas
This biographic profile shows William Broe as Chief of the WH Division from 1965 to 1972.
03/23/65: Dispatch from COS, Mexico City to Chief, WH Division: Page 2: ..."3...The criticism of reference is all the more puzzling since such visitors to the Station as Chester D. Dainold, Chief, WHD; (REDACTION), erstwhile Chief of Operations, WHD; and Thomas W. Lund, present Mexico Branch Chief, have all expressed their approval of the detailed operational reporting on this operation during visits they have made to the Station at which time the reports in question have been brought to their attention..."
02/08/66: Memo from W. J. Kaufman, C/WH/1 to CI Staff: Subject: Alleged Planned Travel to Cuba of Estel Sakolowska: "1. On 7 February LICOOKY-1 told the writer that Estel Sakolowska, a long-time acquaintance, had told her that she is planning a trip to Cuba..."
03/04/66: Cable from Director to Mexico City (Orig: W. J. Kaufman, Unit: WH/1): "1, Lund met with LICOOKY-1 February 7 in New York (NY) and February 28th when she visited Washington to review the 1962 Senate hearing records for possible release to use in her legal problems..." Page 141 shows the Releasing Officer was Jacob D. Esterline, DC/WHD. The Authenticating Officer was W. J. Kaufman, C/WH/1.
03/14/66: Dispatch from Chief, WH Division to COS, Mexico City: Subject: Meetings With LICOOKY-1 in New York During February/March 1966: Dispatch is signed by Thomas W. Lund. Originating Officer: Mr. Kaufman, WH/1. Releasing Officer: W. J. Kaufman, C/WH/1.
6/14/67 memo from Thomas Lund to Mexico City chief of station "Willard"/Win Scott: It would be unfortunate if LIOSAGE (note: Carl Migdail, staffer with the US News & World Report and David Phillips' friend) were to learn that we were privy to his information - in particular, what Scott had said to him. "We have received from a very sensitive source two pages only of a letter (Attachment A) almost certainly by LIOSAGE to his home office reporting of comments he claims made by you." Marginalia apparently written by Scott: "Letter in my personal file." "NOT BY ME." Both comments initialed by "wcc", the initials of his pseudonym Willard C. Curtis.
"Letter dated 14 June 1967 from Jack Kaufman to Win Scott mentions Garrison investigation but no new details." Inventory conducted 5/5/77 - see latter two pages to see what was originally deleted.
7/5/67 request from Thomas W. Lund re LIRING-3's story (from source Elena Garro de Paz) re Silvia Duran and her contacts with Lee Harvey Oswald . LIRING-3 and Duran make a date for 1830 the next day at the tea shop Flaminia on Paseo Reforma.
05/30/95: ARRB document: Page 6: "ARRB request for the Historical Review Group, Central Intelligence Agency, May 30, 1995: Please provide us with information on the following:...Lund (Note: Fifteenth name on list)..."
05/30/95: ARRB document: Page 9: "Identities...15. Jack Kaufman (T)..."