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    Although I am generally familiar with locating exhibits indexed with the "CE" system in the back of the Warren hearings volumes, I am having trouble with finding certain exhibits that do not follow the "CE" format.

    For example,
    in volume 8
    http://www.history-matters.com/archi...ntents_wh8.htm
    the testimony of Lt. Col. Folsom, http://www.history-matters.com/archi...Vol8_0156a.htm ,
    LHO's marine record is introduced at "Folsom Deposition exhibit No. 1".
    This exhibit is not contained within the deposition PDF, and I can not otherwise figure out how to locate it. Surely it must have been included somewhere.

    I believe I have actually seen at least a portion of this record out there somewhere, but I am trying to locate first hand Warren sources for several documents like this and am coming up short.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

    ps. I am also looking for any SPECIFIC references in the WCH to the Russian language examinations, his Russian language training, etc. I know there is a small bit (they really try to skim over it) in the Folsom deposition, but I would like to find other mentions as well.

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    They deliberately made it hard to find anything, which is why Sylvia Meagher created an index. A lot of WC documents weren't published in the 26 volumes but were buried in the National Archives.

    Here are a couple of the better sites on WC documents:

    http://www.jfk-assassination.de/warr...t/index166.php
    http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/ar...?docSetId=1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Rose View Post

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    This exhibit is not contained within the deposition PDF, and I can not otherwise figure out how to locate it. Surely it must have been included somewhere.
    "Folsom Exhibit No. 1" consists of 130-something pages and is found in volume XIX of the hearings and exhibits.

    Online, it begins here:

    http://www.history-matters.com/archi...ol19_0337b.htm

    Click the "next" button 130-something times.

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