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In this Oct. 29, 2013 photo, Shirley Smith, capital improvement program coordinator for the city of Irving, Texas, left, and building inspector Lawrence Crow talk in the garage at the Ruth Paine House Museum, in Irving. In the background is a projection of an actor portraying Lee Harvey Oswald using a technique called Pepper's Ghost. (AP Photo/Rex C. Curry)

House where Oswald stayed opens to visitors

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IRVING, Texas — Baby bottles sit on the kitchen counter in this small two-bedroom home in the Dallas suburb of Irving, just as they would have on Nov. 22, 1963. Also the same: the rolled-up blanket where Lee Harvey Oswald had stored his rifle among the stacked boxes in the garage.

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