[Kennedy Assassination] Oswald, Lee Harvey. Lee Harvey Oswald Autograph Letter Signed, “Lee XX,” from His Wife to His Mother. Warren Commission Exhibit No. 185. Nov. 23, . On a folded page of tan notepaper (8 x 11 ½” overall), laminated, with Warren Commission label affixed, addressed to Oswald’s mother Marguerite, written by Oswald on behalf of his wife (“I wrote it for her but the words are hers”), and reading in part: “Dear Mother / Today we received your grand gift. I am very surprised that you guessed my taste in color and fabric. Here it is already very cold so your wool stole will be very useful. It is very nice to feel that you are so attentive to me, more so, even than to Lee… I hope you won’t be nervous for us, you shoulde’nt [sic] worry about us too much…” Provenance: Acquired from the collection of Dr. John K. Lattimer (1914—2007), chosen by the Kennedys to be the first nongovernmental medical specialist to review the evidence of the president’s assassination. This letter appears on page 544 of Vol. XVI of the Warren Commission Hearings.