Pseudonym: Rittenhouse, John
Hunt also had the pseudonyms Bernard F. Chumley, Walter C. Twicker and Terrence S. Crabanac. His aliases were Hugh W. Newstead and Edward J. Hamilton (or Eduardo).
11/08/50: Memo from William D. Miller, Ass't. Chief, Overseas Branch to Chief, Special Security Branch (Attn: George P. Loker, Jr.): Subject: John F. Rittenhouse (Pseudo-OPC): "Pseudonym of subject has been changed to above. Former pseudonym was Bernard F. Chumley."
11/28/50: Memo from Joseph S. Reff, Chief, Overseas Branch to Chief, Special Security Branch (Attn: George P. Loker, Jr.): Subject: John F. Rittenhouse (Pseudo - OPC) #23500: "Concurrence is requested in the conversion of the subject's status from that of OPC Staff Employee to that of OPC Staff Agent. The subject is to be assigned to Mexico City station as a G-13, Intelligence Officer under (REDACTION) deep cover. It is further requested that the appropriate certification be sent to Mr. Amshey's office in the (REDACTION)."
12/14/50: Memo from Joseph S. Reff, Chief, Overseas Branch to Chief, Special Security Branch: Subject: John F. Rittenhouse (Pseudo - OPC) #23500: Re: Clearance dated 7 December 1950: "Please cancel your security clearance dated 7 December 1950. The decision has been made that the subject is to be considered a semi-covert employee integrated into the (REDACTION). He will not be considered deep cover. Subject was integrated into the (REDACTION) as of 13 December 1950."
09/19/74: Memo from S. R. Bolten, DDO to J. Morrison, OGC: Page 2: ..."6. Page 68, the pseudonym 'John F. Rittenhouse' on line 34. The author's original CIA pseudonym was classified, and even though compromised, never appeared in the press and still exists on various currently classified documents. (page 114, line 23)..."
Undated CIA document: "Pseudonyms: BERNARD F. CHUMLEY - Date Assigned: 9 Dec. 1949. Cancelled 12 Sept. 1950. JOHN F. RITTENHOUSE - 12 Sept. 1950. Cancelled 26 Dec. 1950. WALTER C. TWICKER - 26 Dec. 1950. Cancelled-compromised 2 Dec. 1960. TERENCE S. CRABANAC - 2 Dec. 1960. Cancelled-retired 30 Apr. 1970." - - - On page 3 Hunt's aliases were given as Hugh W. Newstead and Edward J. Hamilton (or Eduardo).