Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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In Dallas, Oswald was too embarrassed to confront Marina and stayed at the YMCA at first. He finally contacted Marina who was happy that he was not in Cuba. Lee told her of his mistreatment by both the Soviets and Cubans and never again mentioned Cuba. Marina would stay with Ruth until Lee found employment.

Lee rented a room at a boarding house in Oak Cliff, a section of Dallas. On October 12, as he was leaving for his weekend with Marina, the landlady, Mary Bledsoe, told him not to come back. Lee was no longer promoting political activism and both Marina and Ruth felt that he had changed. Friends of Marina's found him a job at the Texas School Book Depository, where he began work on October 12.

Lee moved to another boarding house in Oak Cliff. He spent the weekend of October 18 at the Paines...

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