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Marina Oswald in University of Michigan English Language Institute classroom Photographer: Duane Scheel

Marina Oswald in University of Michigan English Language Institute classroom image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 5, 1965
Caption
Mrs. Marina Oswald (left) approaches the University's English language Institute and (above) takes her seat in the classroom as one of some 28,000 students arriving on campus this week for the start of the second term. The widow of Lee Harvey Oswald, who was accused of assassinating President John F. Kennedy, is taking an eight-week cram course in English. The ELI course consists of five hours of classes and laboratory work daily, six days a week, and is aimed at giving foreign students a working knowledge of English. Her two daughters, June Lee, 3, and Marina Rachel, 1, remained in Dallas.

Marina Oswald at the University of Michigan English Language Institute Photographer: Duane Scheel

Marina Oswald at the University of Michigan English Language Institute image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1965
Caption
Mrs. Marina Oswald is congratulated by Prof. John C. Catford upon graduation from the University's English Language Institute. Mrs. Oswald, along with 17 other students, received certificates noting successful completion of the eight-week course in ceremonies yesterday. Her future plans have not been announced.

Marina Oswald at the University of Michigan English Language Institute Photographer: Duane Scheel

Marina Oswald at the University of Michigan English Language Institute image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 5, 1965
Caption
Mrs. Marina Oswald, the widow of Lee Harvey Oswald, who was accused of assassinating President John F. Kennedy, is taking an eight-week cram course in English. The ELI course consists of five hours of classes and laboratory work daily, six days a week, and is aimed at giving foreign students a working knowledge of English. Her two daughters, June Lee, 3, an Marina Rachel, 1, remained in Dallas.