Guide to the Robert Walker Kenny Papers, 1920-1947

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Guide to the Robert Walker Kenny Papers, 1920-1947

Collection number: BANC MSS C-B 510

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

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Processed by:
Herman Schein and the Manuscripts Division
Date Completed:
August 24, 1955; revised 1957
Encoded by:
Charlotte Gerstein
© 1997 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Robert Walker Kenny Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1920-1947
Collection Number: BANC MSS C-B 510
Creator: Kenny, Robert Walker, 1901-
Extent: Number of containers: 41 boxes and 16 cartons
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Abstract: Chiefly his papers as Attorney General of California, 1942-1946; some material pertaining to his offices and judgeships, Los Angeles; State Senatorship; Prohibition repeal; legal problems of World War II, including Japanese evacuation and war industry reconversion; control of venereal diseases; U.S.-Mexican water negotiations; Indian claims; National and International Lawyers Guilds; minority groups and civil rights; United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945; the Nuremberg trials; support of Henry A. Wallace as Presidential candidate; private law practice.
Languages Represented: English
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Robert Walker Kenny papers, BANC MSS C-B 510, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Separated Material

A collection of portraits and photographs of Kenny and his colleagues, political campaign rallies, photographs of California sheriffs, etc. were removed to portrait drawer 2406-2544.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Wallace, Henry A. (Henry Agard), 1888-1965
California. Legislature. Senate
Republican Party (Calif.)
Democratic Party (Calif.)
National Lawyers Guild
California. Office of the Attorney General
Judges--California
Lawyers--California
Prohibition
World War, 1939-1945--Evacuation of civilians
Japanese--California
Water-supply--California
Indians of North America--California
Sexually transmitted diseases
Civil rights--California
Minorities--California
California--Politics and government
Los Angeles (Calif.)--Politics and government
California--Economic conditions
United States--Foreign relations--Mexico

Biographical Information

Robert Walker Kenny was born in Los Angeles, California, on August 21, 1901. His father was Robert W. Kenny, Sr., (1863-1914) a prominent banker and civic leader in Los Angeles and Berkeley, California. The elder Kenny's father, George Kenny, arrived in San Francisco in the early 1850s with his brothers-in-law A. L. Bancroft and Hubert Howe Bancroft. The three men formed a partnership and established the first bookstore in San Francisco. R. W. Kenny's maternal grandfather, George Carleton, was a pioneer orange grower in Riverside County, California, and a leader in the Methodist Church in Southern California.
Kenny was educated at Harvard Military Academy and the University of Southern California Preparatory School, both in Los Angeles. He received his A.B. degree from Stanford University in 1921. He later studied law at the University of Southern California and was admitted to the State of California bar in 1926.
From 1921 to 1927 Kenny worked as a newspaper reporter in the United States and Europe for various publication and press services, including the United Press in San Francisco, Los Angeles and London, the Chicago Tribune in Paris, France, and for the following Los Angeles newspapers: Los Angeles Evening Herald, Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Examiner.
After his admittance to the Bar in 1926, Kenny was appointed in 1927 on the basis of a competitive civil service examination, to the position of Deputy Counsel for Los Angeles County in which capacity he served until 1931. While Deputy County Counsel, Kenny was assigned to attend sessions of the California Legislature at Sacramento under the auspices of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce to handle bills affecting Los Angeles County.
After working actively in the 1930 campaign for the election of James Rolph, Republican, as Governor, Kenny was appointed by Rolph to the Municipal Court of Los Angeles on September 14, 1931, and in 1932 he was elevated to the Superior Court.
At this stage of his career Kenny considered himself a "liberal" Republican and in this role worked actively as a "wet" for the repeal of the 18th Amendment in 1932 under the banner of the Crusaders, a Los Angeles organization dedicated to the repeal of the Prohibition Amendment. Kenny's anti-Prohibition attitudes also found expression in his work with the Liberal League, another Los Angeles non-partisan political organization which, in addition to its "wet" orientation vigorously sought to defeat the incumbent Los Angeles mayor, John C. Porter. In the hotly contested mayoralty election of 1933 Kenny worked with the Liberal League on behalf of candidate Frank L. Shaw who defeated Porter decisively.
In 1934 Kenny sought his first elective office, his position on the Superior Court bench to which he had been appointed originally by Governor Rolph. In this campaign Kenny received support from broad segments of the area and won easily.
In 1938 Kenny ran as a Democrat for the State Senate. He won both the Democratic and Republican nominations in the primary election and went on to defeat his Progressive Party opponent in the general election by an overwhelming margin. In the same campaign he served as Chairman of the State Democratic Central Finance Committee for the election of Culbert L. Olson to the office of Governor.
While in the State Senate Kenny became the Administration's floor leader but soon disaffected from Governor Olson's program on a number of major issues. In 1940 Kenny participated in an unsuccessful attempt to recall Governor Olson. In this effort he offered himself as a candidate for the Governor's post in case a recall attempt against Olson succeeded.
In November 1942 Kenny running as a Democrat was elected Attorney General for the State of California for a four year term. In this election he quietly supported Republican candidate Earl Warren against Governor Olson who ran for a second term. Both Warren and Kenny won their contests by substantial margins.
Among major developments or events occurring during Kenny's incumbency as Attorney General, January 1, 1943, to December 31, 1946, as reflected in this collection are: Kenny's interest in civil rights problems growing out of the return of wartime Japanese evacuees to California; his attendance of and reporting on the Nuremberg trials of German war criminals in March 1946; his activities in promoting a favorable solution of the problem of post-war reconversion of West Coast war industries; his reorganization of the Attorney General's Office; his efforts in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., to cause the defeat of a proposed U.S.-Mexican Water Treaty which Kenny believed was contrary to the best interests of the people of California; his activities to bring to a successful conclusion several decades of effort by the Indians of California to obtain a cash settlement of their claims against the United States Government based on treaties signed by representatives of the Government with the tribes in the 1850s; his participation in two dramatic criminal cases, which involved members of racial minority groups — the so-called Sleepy Lagoon Case and the Turner Case; his active intervention in the "Zoot Suit" riots of Los Angeles during World War II; his vigorous fight against the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in California in 1946; and his efforts to establish an international organization of lawyers with a liberal-oriented point of view during the organizing sessions of the United Nations Organization in San Francisco in 1945.
In May 1946 Kenny announced that he would run for governor. His opponent was Earl Warren, who was seeking his second term. Kenny and Warren cross-filed and thereby appeared in opposition to each other on the ballots of both major parties in the primary election of June 1946. Warren defeated Kenny on both ballots, to retain his governorship for 4 more years. Kenny completed his term as Attorney General in December 1946 and thereafter returned to private law practice in Los Angeles.

Selected List of Public and Private Offices held by Robert W. Kenny

  1. Deputy County Counsel of Los Angeles County, 1927-1931
  2. Municipal Judge, Los Angeles County, 1931-1932
  3. Superior Court Judge, Los Angeles County, 1932-1938
  4. Chairman, Democratic State Central Finance Committee, 1938
  5. State Senator from Los Angeles area, 1939-1942
  6. Director, Tivoli Beer Company
  7. Partner in law firm of Vallee, Beilenson and Kenny, 1939
  8. President, National Lawyers Guild, 1940-1948
  9. Attorney General, State of California, January 1943-December 1946
  10. Director, Los Angeles County Law Library Board, 1943
  11. President, California Housing and Planning Association, 1943
  12. Director, Oceanic Oil Company, 1944
  13. Member, Advisory Pardon Board, 1944
  14. Chairman, California Commission on Interstate Cooperation, 1945-1946.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection contains a small amount of correspondence and printed material dating beyond the end of Kenny's term as Attorney General. Much of this material deals with his activity in 1947 to promote Henry Wallace as an independent candidate for the Presidency. (Carton 13, Misc. Political Campaign, 1947)
The correspondence, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, speeches, press releases, personal miscellany and political campaign material reflect in varying degrees all phases of Kenny's professional and political career. The great bulk of the collection, however, deals with his service as Attorney General, State of California, from January 1943 to December 1946, and in the same period, his activities as an executive in various private and public organizations. A considerable amount of the letters received and sent by Kenny as Attorney General are concerned with the routine responsibilities and administrative operations of his office, including those of his principal subordinates. Among such material are requests for employment and for letters of recommendation, routine correspondence relating to meetings, conferences, speaking engagements and travel, acknowledgement of receipt of minutes of meetings and reports, formal and informal opinions regarding proposed and enacted legislation prepared by deputies of the Attorney General's Office.
All political campaigns in which Kenny was an active participant are represented in varying degrees in the collection. These include: the "wet" campaign of the "Crusaders" in 1932; the Los Angeles mayoralty contest of 1933, as an adherent of the "Liberal League;" Kenny's campaign in 1934 to serve as Superior Court judge; Culbert Olson's gubernatorial campaign and Kenny's contest for State Senate in 1938; campaign for Attorney General in 1942; and Kenny's unsuccessful race for Governor against Earl Warren in 1946.
The collection contains correspondence reflecting other official appointive posts held by Kenny while Attorney General. These include: Chairman, California Commission on Interstate Cooperation; member, Advisory Pardon Board and Director, Los Angeles County Law Library. At the same time he occupied the office of President, National Lawyers Guild, and for two years he served as President, California Housing and Planning Association.
The collection also contains some correspondence relating to Kenny's private law practice and other business connections. With respect to the former, there is correspondence by Kenny as a member of the firm of Vallee, Beilenson and Kenny from 1939 to 1940, and later correspondence relating to his law partnership with Morris E. Cohn. Kenny's private business associations included his serving on the boards of directors of the Citizens' National Bank, Oceanic Oil Company and the Tivoli Beer Company.
Copies of letters sent by subordinate officials and employees of Kenny's office are interfiled in proper chronological sequence with letters originating with Kenny. Letters and memoranda by such individuals addressed to Kenny are filed alphabetically by name of the writer in Interoffice Memoranda (Boxes 40 and 41).
The Kenny collection was given to the Bancroft Library by Robert W. Kenny in December 1952.
Additional Kenny papers are at UCLA. Janet Stevenson tapes of Kenny are deposited with her papers at the University of Oregon.

Appendix A. Selected List of Individuals whose Correspondence is among Kenny Papers

Duncan Aikman

Note

Personal friend of Kenny.
Dewey Anderson

Note

Director of SRA under Governor Olson.

Note

See Anderson letter to Kenny, July 10, 1946.
Jerry Askwith (Miss)

Note

Personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Kenny letter to Askwith, May 13, 1946.
Fred A. Baker

Note

Attorney, represented Attorney General's Office in Washington D.C. in 1946 in handling California Indian Claims.

Note

See Baker letter to Wylie, May 14, 1946.
Wendell Berge

Note

U.S. Assistant Attorney General in charge of Anti-Trust work.

Note

See Berge letter to Kenny, April 18, 1945.
Manchester Boddy

Note

Publisher, Los Angeles News.

Note

See Kenny letter to Boddy, May 16, 1946.
James Bolger

Note

Personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Bolger letter to Kenny, August 17, 1943.
Blair Bolles

Note

Writer. Wrote article about Kenny in April 1946 issue of Coronet.

Note

See Wylie letter to Bolles, January 16, 1946.
Edwin O. Both

Note

Former employee of Attorney General's Office who became prolific correspondent with Kenny after entering military service.
Walter L. Bowers

Note

Assistant Attorney General in charge of Division of Civil Law in Los Angeles.
Col. Evans F. Carlson

Note

Military hero and potential candidate in 1945-46 for Governor of California as Democrat.

Note

See Carlson letters to Kenny, October 1, 1945, and June 14, 1946; also Kenny letter to M. Blankfort, December 26, 1945.
Tom Clark

Note

U.S. Attorney General and later U.S. Supreme Court Justice.

Note

See Clark letters to Kenny, April 21 and 25, 1945.
Morris E. Cohn

Note

Kenny's law partner after Kenny's term as Attorney General; also frequent "ghost" writer for Kenny while Attorney General.

Note

See Kenny letter to Friends, May 8, 1946.
Stan Delaplane

Note

Newspaper reporter and columnist.

Note

See Delaplane letter to Kenny, June 11, 1943.
Helen Gahagan Douglas

Note

Member of Congress, Democrat.

Note

See Douglas letter to Kenny, June 30, 1946.
William O. Douglas

Note

U.S. Supreme Court Justice.

Note

See undelivered speech by Kenny nominating Douglas for Vice President in 1944.
Sheridan Downey

Note

U.S. Senator.

Note

See Kenny letter to Downey, August 17, 1943.
Charles Flato

Note

Personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Flato letter, to Kenny, March 8, 1945.
Abe Fortas

Note

Under Secretary of the Interior.

Note

See Kenny letter to Fortas, June 23, 1944.
John Gunther

Note

Author and personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Gunther letter to Kenny, April 18, 1946.
Stella Hail

Note

Kenny's secretary, 1943-44.
Robert Hannegan

Note

Chairman, National Democratic Committee.

Note

See Kenny letter to Hannegan, June 27, 1945.
Nora B. Helm

Note

Kenny's secretary in 1939.

Note

See letter by Kenny, December 15, 1939.
Jess Hession

Note

Assistant Attorney General at Sacramento in charge of Criminal Law.
Eugene Huston

Note

Chief, Division of General Administration at Sacramento.
Harold Ickes

Note

Secretary of the Interior.

Note

See Ickes letter to Kenny, December 26, 1945.
Charles W. Johnson

Note

Supervising Deputy Attorney General, whose professional ability was highly regarded by Kenny.

Note

See Johnson's letter to Kenny, June 8, 1946.
Henry Kaiser

Note

Industrialist, who was considered by Kenny in 1944 as a prospect for Democratic Vice President.
Harvey Kilgore

Note

U.S. Senator and political supporter of Kenny.

Note

See Kilgore letter to Kenny, July 12, 1945.
Paul Leake

Note

Collector of Customs in San Francisco and prominent California Democratic politician.

Note

See Leake letter to Kenny, May 3, 1946.
Adolph Levy

Note

Participated in Kenny's 1946 campaign in Los Angeles area.
Clarence A. Linn

Note

A Deputy Attorney General in Kenny's office. Also a personal friend of Kenny before he became Attorney General.

Note

See Linn letter to Kenny, January 23, 1940.
Hartwell H. Linney

Note

Chief Assistant Attorney General at San Francisco Office.
William Malone

Note

A leading Democratic politician in Northern California while Kenny was Attorney General.

Note

See Kenny letter to Malone, May 16, 1946.
Groucho Marx

Note

Motion Picture actor and political admirer of Kenny.

Note

See Marx letter to Kenny, December 7, 1945.
Everett W. Matoon

Note

Deputy Attorney General in Los Angeles office. Mattoon was Chief Counsel for Los Angeles County in 1928-31 while Kenny was serving as a Deputy Counsel.
Maury Maverick

Note

U.S. Congressman. Administrator in war production program in Washington during World War II. Briefly a law partner of Kenny after Kenny's term as Attorney General.
J. H. McClelland

Note

Chief, Division of Identification at Sacramento.
Carey McWilliams

Note

Writer, attorney and personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Kenny letter to McWilliams, October 7, 1944.
Justin Miller

Note

Judge in U.S. Court of Appeals and friend of Kenny.

Note

See Miller letter to Kenny, October 9, 1943.
Robert Morris, Jr.

Note

Assistant Attorney General in charge of Civil Law in Los Angeles Office in 1945. Became Kenny's law partner after his term as Attorney General.

Note

See Morris's letter to Wylie, September 24, 1946.
Janet S. Marony

Note

Kenny's Confidential Secretary.
James H. Oakley

Note

Assistant Attorney General at Sacramento in charge of Division of Civil Law.
F. J. O'Ferral

Note

Chief, Division of Narcotic Enforcement in San Francisco.
Culbert L. Olson

Note

Governor of California 1938-1942. Kenny served as Chairman of his finance committee in 1938 campaign.

Note

See Kenny letter to Olson, September 21, 1939, and Kenny letter to Frank Walker, November 8, 1943.
Edward Pauley

Note

Industrialist and prominent national Democratic politician.

Note

See Kenny letter to Pauley, April 21, 1943.
Martin Popper

Note

Executive Secretary of National Lawyers Guild while Kenny was President of the Guild.
Robert B. Powers

Note

Coordinator of Law Enforcement agencies at Sacramento.
James Rolph

Note

Governor of California, 1931-1935. Appointed Kenny to Municipal Court of Los Angeles in 1931.

Note

See Kenny letter to Rolph, September 28, 1931.
Arvin B. Shaw

Note

Assistant Attorney General. Worked on U.S. Mexican Water Treaty.

Note

See Shaw letter to Kenny, April 8, 1943.
James C. Sheppard

Note

Prominent Democrat in Southern California who helped direct Kenny's 1946 campaign for Governor.
James G. Smyth

Note

Collector of Internal Revenue in San Francisco and political associate of Kenny.

Note

See Kenny telegram to President Roosevelt, February 28, 1945.
Tallant Tubbs

Note

Republican politician whom Kenny supported for U.S. Senate in 1932.

Note

See Kenny's letter to Tubbs, July 5, 1940.
Cornelius Vanderbilt

Note

Writer and friend of Kenny.
Jerry Voorhis

Note

U.S. Congressman from California and a Democrat.

Note

See Kenny letter to Voorhis, June 15, 1944.
Frank Walker

Note

Chairman, Democratic National Committee.

Note

See Kenny letter to Walker, November 8, 1943.
George W. Walker

Note

Kenny's uncle.

Note

See Kenny letter to Walker, September 24, 1931.
Earl Warren

Note

Governor of California during Kenny's term as Attorney General and Kenny's predecessor in that office.
Walter White

Note

Secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Note

See White letter to Kenny, May 2, 1946.
Leon R. Yankwich

Note

U.S. District Judge and personal friend of Kenny.

Note

See Kenny letter to Yankwich, February 17, 1944.

Appendix C. List of Individuals and Organizations Corresponding with Kenny

(Appendix B, a selected list of public and private offices held by Robert W. Kenny, was moved to the Biographical Information section of this electronic finding aid.)
Please note: This list does not include every individual who wrote to Kenny. It is a list of the folder headings of Boxes 13-39 of the collection. It will not include the names of many persons who wrote as members of organizations (some of these names will appear on added entry cards in the Manuscripts Catalog), nor of many persons from whom there is only one letter in the collection. Single letters from persons or organizations are filed in the appropriate miscellanies.
Abbott, John W. & Betty
11 letters. 1940-45
Abowitz, Murray & Eleanor
7 letters. 1942-46
Abrams, Sol A.
2 letters. 1946
Abramson, Maurice
7 letters. 1943
Ackley, Frederic Stacy
2 letters. 1941-44
Acret, George Edward
1 letter. 1946
Acton, William B.
3 letters. 1942-46
Adams, Elbert Garnette
4 letters. 1943-44
Adams, Frank P.
2 letters. 1944
Adams, Harrington
2 letters. 1943
Adams, James
2 letters. 1944
Adams, Ray E.
5 letters. 1940-46
Addis, Thomas
10 letters. 1944-46
Agee, James R., Attorney at Law, Oakland, Calif.
2 letters. 1943-46
Agins, Robert B.
4 letters. 1939-45
Aglion, Raoul
2 letters. 1945
Akers, Albert E.
2 letters. 1938-39
Aikman, Duncan
36 letters. 1943-46
Alabama. Attorney General
5 letters. 1943-46
Alameda, Calif. (miscellaneous offices)
3 letters. 1943-45
Alameda, Calif. City Manager
3 letters. 1943-44
Alameda Co., Calif. District Attorney
5 letters. 1943-46
Albrecht, Ralph G.
2 letters. 1946
Albrier, Frances
2 letters. 1944
Alcoholics Anonymous, Sacramento
2 letters. 1943
Alderman, Robert G.
3 letters. 1945-46
All Slavic Councils
3 letters. 1945
Allen, Donald A.
1 letter. 1945
Allen, F. H.
1 letter. 1946
Allen, George Edward
4 letters. 1944-46
Allen, Lawrence W.
2 letters. 1946
Allen, Roy Emerson
9 letters. 1930-45
American Airlines, Inc.
3 letters. 1943-44
American Association for the United Nations
2 letters. 1945
American Bar Association
2 letters. 1943
American Civil Liberties Union
19 letters. 1933-45
American Committee for Yugoslav Relief & American Yugoslav Council
13 letters. 1945-46
American Council on Race Relations
5 letters. 1944-45
American Federation of Labor
20 letters. 1939-46
American Friends for Polish Unity
2 letters. 1945-46
American Friends Service Committee
4 letters. 1944-46
American-Hungarian Relief, Inc.
1 letter. 1945
American Investors Union
2 letters. 1940-42
American Jewish Congress, Calif.
4 letters. 1944-46
American Law Book Co.
2 letters. 1941-42
American League for Peace & Democracy
3 letters. 1939-40
American League to Abolish Capital Punishment
6 letters. 1939-46
American Legion
15 letters. 1942-46
The American Magazine
1 letter. 1944
American Newspaper Guild, Los Angeles
3 letters. 1944-46
American Social Hygiene Assn., Inc.
3 letters. 1945-46
American Veterans Committee
9 letters. 1945-46
American Women's Voluntary Services
2 letters. 1942-44
American Youth for Democracy
7 letters. 1944-46
Anderson, Dewey
10 letters. 1945-46
Anderson, Glenn M.
1 letter. 1946
Anderson, Gloria F.
3 letters. 1945-46
Anderson, John Z.
1 letter. 1943
Anderson, L. Harold
2 letters. 1945
Anderson, William H.
7 letters. 1943-44
Anglim, Clifford C.
2 letters. 1943-45
Arizona. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-45
Arkansas. Attorney General
6 letters. 1945-46
Armor, G. Albert
4 letters. 1944-45
Armstrong, Robert
2 letters. 1945
Arnall, Ellis Gibbs
3 letters. 1943-1946
Arnold, Marguerite
4 letters. 1945-46
Arns, M. A.
2 letters. 1944
Askwith, Herbert
4 letters. 1943
Askwith, Jerry
9 letters. 1943-46
Associated Bakers of Southern California
2 letters. 1944-45
Associated General Contractors of America
3 letters. 1944-45
Associated Sportsmen of California
3 letters. 1943-44
Athearn, Leigh
3 letters. 1943-46
Atkinson, Maurice T.
2 letters. 1946
Attaway, William
5 letters. 1945-46
Augustine, W. R.
3 letters. 1944-46
Avilla, Leonard R.
2 letters. 1945
Ayeroff, Joseph
3 letters. 1943-45
Babow, Irving
1 letter. 1945
Bailey, Edward A.
6 letters. 1943-46
Bailey, Roy V.
2 letters. 1944
Bailey, Stanley
3 letters. 1945
Baldwin, Calvin Benham
2 letters. 1944-45
Ball, Joseph A.
2 letters. 1944-45
Balter, Harry Graham
3 letters. 1943-46
Bancroft-Whitney Co.
3 letters. 1931-40
Bancroft, Philip
1 letter. 1943
Bane, Frank
77 letters. 1939-46
Bank of America
3 letters. 1943-46
Bar Associations (misc.)
2 letters. 1939-43
Bar Association of Fresno Co.
3 letters. 1943
Bar Association of Los Angeles
9 letters. 1939-46
Bar Association of San Fernando Valley
2 letters. 1931-44
Bar Association of San Francisco
2 letters. 1944-45
Barclay, Thomas Swain
4 letters. 1945-46
Barlow, Edward
2 letters. 1945
Barnett, Arthur G. & Virginia (Norwood)
3 letters. 1944-45
Barr, J. Everett
3 letters. 1944-45
Bartholomew, Frank H.
2 letters. 1944
Baruch, Dorothy Walter
5 letters. 1943
Bass, Edwin
5 letters. 1940-46
Bathurst, Maurice E.
7 letters. 1944-45
Baumgarten, Norbert
4 letters. 1945
Baumgartner, John W.
1 letter. 1938
Bay Area Waterfront Security Committee
5 letters. 1944-45
Bayless, C. C.
2 letters. 1945-46
Beach, Allen W.
1 letter. 1946
Beck, Bessie BeDell
3 letters. 1930-31
Beck, John G.
1 letter. 1946
Beck, Julian
1 letter. 1945
Becker, Julius T.
3 letters. 1945-46
Bedford, Isabel
2 letters. 1945-46
Beebe, James Lyndon
4 letters. 1939-44
Beilenson, Lawrence W.
8 letters. 1940-46
Benedict, Frank E.
3 letters. 1944-45
Berger, William
2 letters. 1944-46
Bergman, G. Lloyd
2 letters. 1943-44
Berkeley, Calif. Police Dept.
4 letters. 1943-45
Berle, Adolph A., Jr.
1 letter. 1940
Berlin, A. Brooks
12 letters. 1939-46
Bernard, Saul J.
5 letters. 1943-45
Berry, Nathaniel E.
2 letters. 1944-45
Bevans, Russell
3 letters. 1931-45
Beveridge, Mary Virginia
3 letters. 1943-44
Biddle, Francis
4 letters. 1944-45
Biggar, George M.
1 letter. 1944
Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, Calif.
4 letters. 1945-46
Binns, John H.
2 letters. 1945
Birdwell, Russell
3 letters. 1944-46
Bisbee, Fordyce W.
3 letters. 1939-44
Biscailuz, Eugene Warren
9 letters. 1940-46
Bishop, Edward T.
2 letters. 1945-1946
Bishop, Helen
2 letters. 1944
Bishop, Roma (Burnett)
2 letters. 1946
Bixby, Fred H.
2 letters. 1939-44
Black, Ivan
1 letter. 1945
Black, Lyston S.
5 letters. 1943-45
Blakeman, H. J.
1 letter. 1946
Blankfort, Michael
2 letters. 1945-46
Blatz, F. Alfred
1 letter. 1944
Blewett, John H., Jr.
2 letters. 1946
Bloch, Louis & Eva
2 letters. 1944-45
Blue, Ben I.
2 letters. 1944-46
Blue Network Co.
2 letters. 1942
B'Nai B'Rith
3 letters. 1943-45
Boddy, Elias Manchester
3 letters. 1942-45
Bode, Edward I.
3 letters. 1944-46
Bodle, George F.
5 letters. 1940-46
Bohn, John A.
4 letters. 1946
Boke, Richard Lathrop
1 letter. 1945
Bolger, James
22 letters. 1933-46
Bolles, Edmund Blair
2 letters. 1946
Bone, Homer T.
1 letter. 1945
Bonelli, William George
5 letters. 1931-1944
Bonte, Harmon S.
4 letters. 1944-46
Borough, Reuben W.
6 letters. 1933-44
Both, Edwin
33 letters. 1942-45
Bowles, Chester
2 letters. 1945-46
Bowman, Harry P.
2 letters. 1946
Bowron, Fletcher
5 letters. 1943-44
Boyle, Carmen J.
1 letter. 1939
Boyle, William Marshall
6 letters. 1944
Brady, Matthew F.
5 letters. 1945-46
Brady, Robert Alexander
1 letter. 1945
Bradley, John J.
2 letters. 1944-46
Bradshaw, Harold C.
3 letters. 1943-44
Brand, Edward R.
2 letters. 1931-38
Brand, Harry
4 letters. 1943-46
Bransten, Louise
3 letters. 1940-46
Brantley, Daniel Troy
3 letters. 1945-46
Brasch, Edith
2 letters. 1946
Braverman, Harry & Sylvia
4 letters. 1944-46
Brazil, Anthony H.
5 letters. 1931-45
Breakston, Bernard M.
2 letters. 1943
Breed, Arthur H.
2 letters. 1945-46
Breiten, Harry E.
2 letters. 1944
Brennan, James F.
3 letters. 1939-45
Brill, J. Stanley
3 letters. 1942-46
Brindell, Paul
3 letters. 1939-45
Brink, Rodney L.
6 letters. 1943-46
Brockman, Ray P.
2 letters. Undated and 1943
Broderick, Leonard A.
2 letters. 1946
Brodeur, Arthur G.
1 letter. 1945
Bronson, Leisa
3 letters. 1945
Brookes, Valentine
3 letters. 1943-46
Brophy, William A.
1 letter. 1945
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
6 letters. 1944-46
Broughton, Esto Bates
2 letters. 1944-45
Broughton, Joseph Melville
1 letter. 1944
Brown, Edmund Gerald
18 letters. 1943-45
Brown, John Quincy
3 letters. 1942-44
Brown, Mabel Lyon
2 letters. 1946
Brown, Lyle M.
8 letters. 1943-46
Brown, Russell S.
5 letters. 1945-46
Brown, William Howard
3 letters. n.d. & 1945
Broyles, Marshall E.
1 letter. 1943
Bryan, Marguerite
1 letter. 1946
Bryan, William Jennings, Jr.
1 letter. 1944
Bryant, L. M.
1 letter. 1939
Bruner, A. Watt
2 letters. 1943
Budenz, Louis Francis
1 letter. 1943
Buckner, Herman A.
2 letters. 1946
Bufano, Benjamin
1 letter. 1945
Builders of Progress, Universal
2 letters. 1946
Bull, Ingall W.
2 letters. 1944-46
Bullock, Georgia P.
4 letters. 1931-45
Burford, James
3 letters. 1943-44
Burgess, Willard W.
2 letters. 1944-45
Burkhart, E. A.
7 letters. 1943-46
Burnett, Harry
7 letters. 1940-46
Burns, Hugh M.
1 letter. 1945
Burr, Clarence E.
2 letters. 1943
Burrow, C. S.
2 letters. 1944
Burrows, C. R.
2 letters. 1922
Butler, Merle
1 letter. 1945
Byrnes, James Francis
1 letter. 1943
Caballeros de Dimas-Alang. Grand Lodge
2 letters. 1943-45
Cabaniss, George Henry, Jr.
6 letters. 1944-45
Cain, Elmer
2 letters. 1943
Cairns, James
2 letters. 1939
Calhoun, J. E.
2 letters. 1945-46
California (depts.)
Miscellaneous folder
20 letters. 1939-46
Advisory Pardon Board
67 letters. 1939-44
Attorney General (in boxes 40 and 41)
53 folders. 1942-46
Bureau of Printing
5 letters. 1943-45
Colorado River Board
9 letters. 1943-1944
Dept. of Agriculture
5 letters. 1939-44
Dept. of Corrections
3 letters. 1944-45
Dept. of Education
4 letters. 1943-45
Dept. of Finance
12 letters. 1944-46
Dept. of Industrial Relations
6 letters. 1939-46
Dept. of Institutions
8 letters. 1939-46
Dept. of Investment
9 letters. 1941-45
Dept. of Motor Vehicles
12 letters. 1939-45
Dept. of Natural Resources
6 letters. 1944-46
Dept. of Penology
28 letters. 1943-45
Dept. of Public Health
8 letters. 1939-46
Dept. of Public Works
14 letters. 1941-46
Dept. of Professional and Vocational Standards
7 letters. 1939-45
Dept. of Social Welfare
4 letters. 1943-45
Dept. of State
7 letters. 1940-46
Division of Insurance
9 letters. 1939-44
Franchise Tax Commission
2 letters. 1939-43
Industrial. Accident Commission
1 letter. 1945
Legislature. Senate. Fact-finding Committee on Japanese Resettlement
1 letter. 1943
Office of State Controller
7 letters. 1929-45
Railroad Commission
6 letters. 1943-46
State Board of Control
2 letters. 1944-45
State Board of Equalization
18 letters. 1940-46
State Lands Commission
2 letters. 1945-46
State Personnel Board
3 letters. 1940-44
State Planning Board
1 letter. 1943
State War Council
3 letters. 1943-45
Veteran's Welfare Board
4 letters. 1945
University (miscellaneous)
22 letters. 1939-46
University. Bureau of Public Administration
3 letters. 1943-46
Youth Authority
28 letters. 1943-46
California (titles)
Miscellaneous folder
20 letters. 1939-46
Association of Highway Patrolmen
2 letters. 1944-45
Boys State, Inc.
2 letters. 1943-46
Citizens Against 30 Thursday
4 letters. 1939
Club, Los Angeles
2 letters. 1932-45
Congress of Parents and Teachers
5 letters. 1939-45
Eagle, Los Angeles
3 letters. 1943-46
Farmer-Labor-Consumer Committee to Combat Inflation
3 letters. 1944
Housing and Planning Association
5 letters. 1942-44
Indian Rights Association, Inc.
5 letters. 1943-45
Joint Immigration Committee
38 letters. 1938-40
Producers and Growers, Inc.
1 letter. 1943
Real Estate Association
3 letters. 1931-43
Safety Council, Inc.
4 letters. 1944
State Association of Optometrists
3 letters. 1944-46
State Bar Association and Committee of Bar Examiners
13 letters. 1939-46
State Chamber of Commerce
4 letters. 1938-45
State Employees Association
5 letters. 1940-46
State Federation of Labor
5 letters. 1943-46
State Nurses Association, Inc.
2 letters. 1939
State Teachers' Association
4 letters. 1943-46
Cameron, George T.
3 letters. 1945-46
Camp Max Strauss
2 letters. 1940
Campbell, Charles H.
3 letters. 1945
Campbell, Kemper
2 letters. 1939
Cantillon, John F.
8 letters. 1943-46
Cardindale, Louis M.
2 letters. 1945
Carkeet, Ross A.
2 letters. 1943-45
A. Carlisle & Co.
2 letters. 1942-44
Carlson, Evans Fordyce
6 letters. 1945-46
Carlson, Thomas M.
5 letters. 1944-45
Carpenter, Richard
2 letters. 1944-46
Carr, Arthur de Beau
2 letters. 1944-46
Carr, Charles H.
4 letters. 1943-46
Carr, Francis J.
5 letters. 1943-46
Carr, John C.
3 letters. 1939-43
Carson, Clifford
5 letters. 1945-46
Carter, James Marshall
3 letters. 1943-46
Carter, Jesse Washington
5 letters. 1939-45
Carville, E. P.
1 letter. 1945
Cavanaugh, W. W. F.
1 letter. 1934
Central Investment Corp.
2 letters. 1944-46
Central Valley Project
3 letters. 1943-46
Cerini, Floyd B.
4 letters. 1944-45
Chalmers, Alan Knight
1 letter. 1943
Chamber of Commerce of U.S. A.
2 letters. 1943
Chamberlain, Richard H.
2 letters. 1931-43
Chamberlain, Thomas G.
4 letters. 1946
Chambers, Robert L.
2 letters. 1943
Chandler, A. E.
1 letter. 1944
Chandler, Albert Benjamin
1 letter. 1943
Chandler, Norman
1 letter. 1944
Chapin, William Wallace
3 letters. 1944-46
Chapman, Oscar Littleton
4 letters. 1944-45
Chapman, W. W.
3 letters. 1946
Chase, Edward F.
6 letters. 1943-46
Chase, Fred
1 letter. 1945
Chess, T. Louis
4 letters. 1943-45
Chevigny, de la Cherrotìere, Hector Louis
3 letters. 1938-39
Chicago, Illinois. Municipal Reference Library
2 letters. 1945
China Council
2 letters. 1943
Chotiner, Murray M.
4 letters. 1943-44
Christensen, Iner S.
1 letter. 1946
Ciano, Joseph T.
2 letters. 1942-43
Cincinnati, Ohio, Social Hygiene Society
2 letters. 1945
Citizens for Victory. California
4 letters. 1942-44
Citizens National Trust & Savings Bank
3 letters. 1932-44
Civic League of Improvement Clubs
2 letters. 1946
Clark, Frank W.
3 letters. 1943-1945
Clark, W. M.
2 letters. 1943
Clary, William W.
2 letters. 1944-46
Clawson, Spencer W.
2 letters. 1944-46
Cleary, George A.
2 letters. 1940-46
Cleary, Leslie Alan
6 letters. 1945-46
Cleveland, Ohio. Municipal Reference Library.
2 letters. 1945-46
Cline, Paul
2 letters. 1944-45
Clopine, Russell H.
2 letters. 1944
Clopton, Mortimer L.
2 letters. 1943-46
Clyde, O. H.
2 letters. 1944-45
Coffee, Rudolph I.
2 letters. 1943-44
Cohen, Mark M.
2 letters. 1931-40
Cohen, Sidney
3 letters. 1940-46
Cohn, Morris E.
51 letters. 1941-44
Coleman, Maurice J.
1 letter. 1939
Colorado. Attorney General
14 letters. 1943-46
Columbia Broadcasting System
4 letters. 1943-45
Columbia University. Library
2 letters. 1945
Committee Against Anti-Labor Legislation
1 letter. 1946
Committee for Political Freedom
2 letters. 1945
Commonwealth Club of California
3 letters. 1946
Communist Party of U.S.A., California
2 letters. 1946
Congress of Industrial Organizations
47 letters. 1943-46
Conlan, James G.
2 letters. 1943-44
Connecticut. Attorney General
4 letters. 1945-46
Connecticut. Committee on Social Protection
1 letter. 1945
Connecticut. Secretary of State
1 letter. 1943
Contra Costa Co., Calif. District Attorney
5 letters. 1943-44
Cook, Eugene
4 letters. 1945-46
Cook, Lyle E.
3 letters. 1946
Cooke, Edmund W.
3 letters. 1945-46
Cooke, William Henry
2 letters. 1945
Cooley, Edwin James
18 letters. 1944-45
Cooper, Evelyn N.
3 letters. 1943-45
Cooper, W. Fenimore
2 letters. 1943-45
Coordinating Council for Latin American Youth
4 letters. 1945
Corlett, Benjamin C.
2 letters. 1943-46
Cosby, Fairfax
1 letter. 1943
Cosmos Social Club
2 letters. 1946
Cotton, Joseph
1 letter. 1944
Cottrell, Clifford C.
2 letters. 1944-45
Council, Clarence B.
5 letters. 1939-44
Council for Civic Unity. California
12 letters. 1944-46
Council of State Governments
30 letters. 1943-46
County Supervisors Association of California
2 letters. 1944
Cowing, Ralph Huffaker
2 letters. 1931-46
Cowles, Frederick H.
2 letters. 1944
Cox, Donald
2 letters. 1945
Coyle, Albert F.
3 letters. 1943
Craig, Edward
1 letter. 1931
Craig, Mary Campbell
3 letters. 1943-45
Cram, Willard
5 letters. 1945-46
Cranston, Alan
5 letters. 1943-46
Crawford, J. G.
2 letters. 1942-43
Creel, George
2 letters. 1943-44
Crittenden, Bradford S.
1 letter. 1945
Criz, Albert
2 letters. 1945
Cronin, Melvyn I.
3 letters. 1939-43
Cronk, C. Lee
1 letter. 1946
Crotty, Homer Daniel
2 letters. 1943-44
Crow, William E.
2 letters. 1945
Crowley, S. J.
2 letters. 1943-44
Crum, Bartley Cavanaugh
15 letters. 1943-46
The Crusaders
10 letters. 1932
Cuneo, Ernest
2 letters. 1945
Cunningham, Robert Roy
2 letters. 1939-45
Curran, Robert O.
9 letters. 1943-46
Curtis, Wilber C.
3 letters. 1942-43
Dabaugh, Thomas S.
8 letters. 1940-45
Daggett, Charles
5 letters. 1939-46
Dail, Charles C.
4 letters. 1943-44
Davies, Lawrence
2 letters. 1944
Davin, Edward L.
2 letters. 1945
Davis, James L.
5 letters. 1944-46
Dawson, Juanita
2 letters. 1946
Day, William C.
2 letters. 1935-44
The Decalogue Society of Lawyers
5 letters. 1943-46
Dechter, Raphael
2 letters. 1944
DeCoster, Douglas
2 letters. 1945-46
DeJournel, Robert
2 letters. 1946
Dekker, Albert
2 letters. 1944-46
DeLacy, Hugh Emerson
2 letters. 1943-44
Delaplane, Stanton Hill
2 letters. 1943-44
DeLappe, Russell Guerne
3 letters. 1944-46
Delaware. Attorney General
4 letters. 1943-46
DelaYsla, Roque
1 letter. 1946
Del Carlo, Daniel F.
2 letters. 1945
The Democratic Commentator
3 letters. 1943-44
Democratic Party. California (official)
71 letters. 1939-46
Democratic Party. California (unofficial clubs)
81 letters. 1938-46
Democratic Party. National Committee
43 letters. 1943-45
Democratic Party (states other than California)
12 letters. 1943-44
Denny, George Vernon
2 letters. 1943
Denny, Ruth
2 letters. 1944-45
Denver, Colo., Unity Council
5 letters. 1946
DeRoos, Robert
2 letters. 1944-45
Derounian, Avedis Arthur
1 letter. 1944
Devany, John P.
8 letters. 1939-46
Devine, Thomas
1 letter. 1946
DeWolf, E.
1 letter. 1946
Dickey, Randal F.
1 letter. 1943
Dickey, Sanford M., Jr.
2 letters. 1946
Dickinson, Edwin DeWitt
3 letters. 1945
Dinehart, Mozelle (Britton)
1 letter. 1945
Dog Defenders League of Calif.
3 letters. 1943-45
Doherty, Frank P.
2 letters. 1945
Dones, Sidney P.
2 letters. 1946
Donnelly, Hugh P.
2 letters. 1943
Donovan, J. O.
1 letter. 1945
Doran, George R.
1 letter. 1944
Douglas, Helen (Gahagan)
9 letters. 1943-46
Downey, Sheridan
2 letters. 1939-46
Doyle, Clyde Gilman
4 letters. 1943-45
Doyle, Elmer D.
2 letters. 1943-44
Drake, Christopher J.
2 letters. 1944-46
Drdlik, Frank
1 letter. 1945
Dreyfus, Benjamin
24 letters. 1943-45
Drumm, F. C.
2 letters. 1943-44
Duane, Walter H.
2 letters. 1943
Duffy, Clinton T.
8 letters. 1943-46
Duffy, Milton P.
2 letters. 1945
Dugger, James L.
4 letters. 1945
Dulin, Robert Munson
30 letters. 1943-46
Dunn, Francis, Jr.
2 letters. 1943-44
Dunn, Loula Friend
2 letters. 1943-44
Dunn, Robert Lee
2 letters. 1944
Durkee, Frank B.
7 letters. 1943-45
Easton, Robert E.
2 letters. 1939
Easton, Howard K.
3 letters. 1943-44
Eaton, Hubert
3 letters. 1939-46
Eberhard, Ray C.
2 letters. 1943-44
Eberle, George J.
1 letter. 1936
Edmonds, Douglas Lyman
5 letters. 1943-46
Edwards, Wesley G.
1 letter. 1944
Einzig, Ben White
2 letters. 1943-46
Elber, Irwin
1 letter. 1944
El Dorado Co., Calif. District Attorney
4 letters. 1944
El Dorado Co., Calif. Sheriff
3 letters. 1945
Eldred, Raymond Babcock
2 letters. 1946
Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of
3 letters. 1945-46
Elkus, Charles
3 letters. 1944-45
Ellingston, John R.
7 letters. 1943-46
Elliott, Jesse L.
1 letter. 1944
Elliott, John B.
4 letters. 1943-44
Ellis, Howard C.
4 letters. 1945-46
Ellis, Thomas E.
2 letters. 1939-43
Elliston, Herbert Berridge
2 letters. 1945-46
Elson, Eugene McClellan
2 letters. 1943-44
Emig, William J.
2 letters. 1945-46
Emlay, Fred
1 letter. 1945
Emmons, Anna J.
2 letters. 1944
Encell, Harry Albert
2 letters. 1943
Engle, C.
4 letters. 1943-45
Ennis, Edward J.
3 letters. 1944-46
Erb, Charles, Jr
2 letters. 1946
Erickson, Carl R.
2 letters. 1939-40
Erskine, Herbert W.
6 letters. 1944-46
Evans, Harvey C.
5 letters. 1939-46
Evans, Hugh
4 letters. 1931-44
Evans, John W.
2 letters. 1940-44
Evatt, Herbert V.
1 letter. 1945
Exchange Club of San Francisco
2 letters. 1944-45
Fairchild, Lulu
3 letters. 1946
"Fair Employment Practices"
8 letters. 1943-1946
Faisal, Amir
1 letter. 1945
Fanning, L. S.
3 letters. 1945
Fanning, Michael D.
8 letters. 1943-45
Faries, McIntyre
3 letters. 1931-40
Farley, James Aloysius
7 letters. 1943-44
Farrand, George E.
4 letters. 1943-45
Farrell, Partick Joseph Hoshie
2 letters. 1939-46
Fawcett, Vance
2 letters. 1944
Federation of Spanish-American Voters of Calif.
2 letters. 1946
Feldman, J. F.
2 letters. 1943
Fellowship of Humanity
2 letters. 1944-46
Feltus, Randolph
2 letters. 1946
Ferguson, Homer
1 letter. 1944
Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland
4 letters. 1944
Files, J. Ray
3 letters. 1940-44
Filipino Community of San Francisco
3 letters. 1944
Fischer, Harold S.
3 letters. 1946
Fish, George Winthrop
4 letters. 1943-44
Fishburn, J. R., Fr.
2 letters. 1944
Fisher, Galen M.
1 letter. 1945
Fisher, Sir Godfrey Arthur
1 letter. 1945
Fitzgerald, Vincente M.
2 letters. 1938
FitzPatrick, Russell
1 letter. 1944
Fixa, John F.
7 letters. 1943-46
Flaherty, E. D.
2 letters. 1945
Flato, Charles
14 letters. 1943-46
Fleming, Forrest E.
3 letters. 1939-41
Fletcher, Edward
30 letters. 1939-46
Flint & MacKay (firm), Los Angeles
3 letters. 1940
Florida. Attorney General
19 letters. 1943-46
Flynn, Vincent P.
2 letters. 1939
Foley, John D.
2 letters. 1939-44
Ford, John Anson
4 letters. 1944-45
Ford, Leland Merritt
1 letter. 1939
Ford, Robert E.
2 letters. 1943-46
Ford, Samuel Clarence
1 letter. 1945
Ford, Thomas Francis
6 letters. 1939-46
Forrestal, James
1 letter. 1945
Fortas, Abe
7 letters. 1944-46
Foutz, Dave
2 letters. 1944-46
Francis, George
4 letters. 1943-45
Frank, Fred
2 letters. 1942-46
Frankel, J. Allan
3 letters. 1939-45
Franklin, Robert
21 letters. 1942-46
Freed, Emil
2 letters. 1939
Freedman, Nathan O.
3 letters. 1940-46
Fresno Co., Calif. District Attorney
5 letters. 1944-46
Fulton, Kenneth Isaac
5 letters. 1945-46
Gaffney, Edward McGlynn
3 letters. 1943-46
Gallagher, Leo
4 letters. 1945
Ganahl, Herbert
3 letters. 1939-46
Garcia, Fred
2 letters. 1943-45
Garbutt, Frank A.
4 letters. 1931-45
Gates, Walter S.
5 letters. 1931-46
Gealy, Edgar J.
3 letters. 1944
Gearhart, Bertrand Wesley
2 letters. 1944-45
Geary, Joseph J.
2 letters. 1945
General Welfare Federation of America
2 letters. 1939-43
George, Ray
2 letters. 1943-44
Georgia. Agricultural & Industrial Development Bd.
2 letters. 1943
Georgia. Attorney General
8 letters. 1943-45
Georgia. Public Service Commission
3 letters. 1943-45
Getts, David
2 letters. 1945
Getz, Robert P.
8 letters. 1945-46
Geyer, Lee E.
2 letters. 1939-46
Giannini, Amadeo Peter
1 letter. 1945
Gibson, Phil Sheridan
4 letters. 1943-1944
Gibson, Jonathan C.
2 letters. 1944
Giesler, Jerry
3 letters. 1943-44
Girvetz, Harry
2 letters. 1946
Glazer, Barney
3 letters. 1945-46
Gleason, H. P.
5 letters. 1943-45
Gleeson, William I.
5 letters. 1944-45
Gleichman, Kelly
3 letters. 1943-44
Glendale, Calif. Unified School District
2 letters. 1943
Glenn, Malcolm C.
1 letter. 1943
Glenn, Thomas L.
3 letters. 1943-46
Glenn Co., Calif. District Attorney
2 letters. 1945
Goldcup, Anna
2 letters. 1940-43
Golden, A. A.
9 letters. 1943-46
Golden Gate Exchange Club of San Francisco
3 letters. 1945
Goldner, Maurice H.
7 letters. 1942-44
Goldsmith, John M.
14 letters. 1944-46
Goldstein, Nathaniel Lawrence
3 letters. 1943-46
Goodell, Council Julian
4 letters. 1945
Goodwin, Fritz
3 letters. 1944-45
Gordon, Frank L.
1 letter. 1939
Gordon, Walter Arthur
2 letters. 1944-46
Gorney, Roderic
2 letters. 1946
Gottlieb, William
1 letter. 1946
Grady, Henry Francis
4 letters. 1944-45
Graham, Charles A.
2 letters. 1946
Graham, Howard Jay
2 letters. 1942-46
Graham, James K.
6 letters. 1939-46
Graham, John D.
2 letters. 1946
Graves, Jack R.
4 letters. n.d., 1945
Graves, Richard
2 letters. 1943-44
Gray, John A.
5 letters. 1944-46
Greek American Council
2 letters. 1946
Green, William
3 letters. 1940-44
Greenburg, Jack Carl
2 letters. 1944
Greene, James P.
2 letters. 1943
Greer, Ethel
2 letters. 1943-46
Griffin, Lloyd E.
2 letters. 1945-46
Griffiths, Farnham Pond
3 letters. 1944-45
Groman, Robert S.
2 letters. 1944
Group Health Cooperative, Los Angeles
1 letter. 1940
Guatemala. Consulate. San Francisco
1 letter. 1945
Guidotti, Aldo P.
2 letters. 1945-46
Gunning, Harry H.
3 letters. 1940-45
Gunther, John
3 letters. 1946
Guthrie, E. Walter
3 letters. 1946
Guy, W. J.
3 letters. 1933-40
Haas, Harold B.
2 letters. 1939-45
Halbert, Sherrill
4 letters. 1944-46
Hall, Chapin
2 letters. 1931-34
Hall, Frederick Manning
2 letters. 1943-45
Hall, Peirson Mitchell
4 letters. 1938
Halliday, C. G.
7 letters. 1943-46
Hamm, L. S.
2 letters. 1944
Hammond, Leonard C.
2 letters. 1944
Handy, W. V.
4 letters. 1939-43
Hannegan, Robert E.
10 letters. 1943-46
Hanvey, Howard G.
5 letters. 1943-46
Harback, Ed
3 letters. 1944-46
Harburg, Edelaine Y.
5 letters. 1945-46
Hardeman, Charles P.
1 letter. 1944
Hardinger, John G.
2 letters. 1943
Hardy, Florence E.
1 letter. 1944
Hardy, Jack W.
2 letters. 1935-45
Harrell, Clyde P.
5 letters. 1944-46
Harris, Benjamin
6 letters. 1939-45
Harris, Miriam A.
2 letters. 1946
Harris, Ray
2 letters. 1939-40
Harrison, C. W.
3 letters. 1944-45
Harrison, Maurice Edward
3 letters. 1943-45
Hart, Edward Joseph
1 letter. 1945
Harter, Melvin H.
2 letters. 1946
Hartshorne, Richard
2 letters. 1942-44
Harvey, Lawrence A.
5 letters. 1944-45
Harzfeld, Arthur J.
8 letters. 1943-46
Haskins, John Earl
2 letters. 1943
Hassler, Jack
2 letters. 1944-45
Hastie, William Henry
2 letters. 1945-46
Hastings, John A.
2 letters. 1939
Hatch, Carl A.
1 letter. 1944
Hauck, John G.
3 letters. 1946
Hausmann, John F.
3 letters. 1945
Havenner, Franck Roberts
4 letters. 1944-46
Hawaii. Attorney General
1 letter. 1946
Hays, Ray W.
2 letters. 1939-44
Hayworth, Rita
1 letter. 1944
Hezelhurst, Webster
2 letters. 1945-46
Hazlett, William
2 letters. 1931-39
Head, W. H.
1 letter. 1944
Healy, Ned R.
2 letters. 1943-45
Hearst, William Randolph
3 letters. 1942-43
Hainsch, R. C.
8 letters. 1939-45
Heitschmidt, Earl
8 letters. 1943-46
Helfgott, Nathan
2 letters. 1945-46
Helpman, M. L.
1 letter. 1946
Henderson, Edward
7 letters. 1939-43
Henderson, Harry G.
3 letters. 1944-45
Henderson, Leon
2 letters. 1945
Henderson, R. W.
2 letters. 1942
Henries, Richard
1 letter. 1945
Heron, Alexander R.
5 letters. 1944-45
Herrington, George
1 letter. 1944
Herron, William G.
3 letters. 1944-45
Hertter, Richard E.
3 letters. 1938
Hershman, Al
2 letters. 1943
Herzenberg, Herbert
2 letters. 1943-46
Hettman, Walter E.
2 letters. 1942-45
Hickey, Edward J.
1 letter. 1944
Hill, Philip Toll
2 letters. 1943
Hines, Robert E.
5 letters. 1939-46
Hix, Clifton A.
3 letters. 1942-44
Hoberg, George G.
4 letters. 1944-45
Hochfelder Julius
7 letters. 1945-46
Hoffman, Charles G.
2 letters. 1944-46
Hoffman, William W.
1 letter. 1931
Holaday, Kenneth L.
2 letters. 1939-43
Holbrook, W. Sumner
3 letters. 1931-46
Holdfield, Chet
1 letter. 1943
Holland, Cecil D.
2 letters. 1945
Holland, Kenneth D.
3 letters. 1943-46
Hollander, William H.
3 letters. 1945-46
Holly, William H.
5 letters. 1944-45
Hollywood, Calif., Turf Club
2 letters. 1946
Hollywood Writers Mobilization
3 letters. 1945
Holmers, S. W.
2 letters. 1944
Holmes, C. W.
3 letters. 1946
Holmes, Ernest
3 letters. 1943-45
Holmes, James
2 letters. 1943
Holton, Charles Rufus
2 letters. 1939-43
Holton, Karl
17 letters. 1943-45
Honeyman, Nan (Wood)
4 letters. 1944-46
Hoover, Helen
2 letters. 1943-44
Houlihan, James
4 letters. 1939-44
Houser, Frederick Francis
4 letters. 1931-43
Houser, Harra A.
2 letters. 1944
Housing Authorities (California)
5 letters. 1943-46
Houston, Oscar E.
3 letters. 1945-46
Howes, Durward
4 letters. 1941-46
Howland, Clayton
2 letters. 1944-46
Hoyt, Edwin Palmer
4 letters. 1945
Hoyt, Elizabeth B.
2 letters. 1946
Hudson, H. Claude
3 letters. 1940-46
Huffman, Austin
2 letters. 1945-46
Hughes, Gilbert B.
1 letter. 1938
Hughes, J. W.
1 letter. 1939
Hull, Amelia
3 letters. 1943-46
Hull Hotels
2 letters. 1944-45
Huls, Harold Phillips
3 letters. 1931-46
Humboldt Co., Calif. District Attorney
2 letters. 1943-45
Hungarian-American Council for Democracy
2 letters. 1944
Hunt, Harry
1 letter. 1946
Hunt, Jarvis
1 letter. 1943
Hurley, George W.
2 letters. 1945-46
Hussong, Percy
3 letters. 1943
Hussong, Richard
6 letters. 1943-44
Huston, Eugene
7 letters. 1944-46
Hyder, Elton
2 letters. 1946
Hyman, Ruby
8 letters. 1945-46
Iago, John J.
1 letter. 1944
Ibanez, Richard. A.
6 letters. 1943-46
Ickes, Harold
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Idaho. Attorney General
4 letters. 1946
Illinois. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-45
Imperial Co., Calif. District Attorney
5 letters. 1943
Imperial Co., Calif. Sheriff
2 letters. 1944-45
Imperial Order of Redmen
1 letter. 1945?
Independent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions
9 letters. 1945-1946
Independent Petroleum and Consumers Association
2 letters. 1943-45
Indian Federation of the Bay Area
2 letters. 1943
Indiana. Attorney General
4 letters. 1943-46
Indiana Farm Bureau Cooperative
1 letter. 1946
Ingham, William
2 letters. 1945
Institute of Public Relations
2 letters. 1946
Institute of Religious Science
9 letters. 1944-46
Inter-American Bar Association
5 letters. 1944-46
International Association for Identification. Calif.
2 letters. 1946
International Footprint Association
11 letters. 1943-44
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
2 letters. 1943-46
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union
13 letters. 1943-46
International Union United Automobile, Aircraft, & Agricultural Implement Workers of America
3 letters. 1943-44
International Union of Marine & Shipbuilding Workers of America
1 letter. 1946
International Workers Order
4 letters. 1944-46
Inyo Co., Calif. Sheriff
3 letters. 1945-46
Ioas, Leroy C.
2 letters. 1945-46
Iowa. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
Ioas, Leroy C.
8 letters. 1943-46
Ireland, Gail Leonard
11 letters. 1943-45
Irrigation Districts Association of California
11 letters. 1939-44
Irving, Lester W.
2 letters. 1931
Islam Temple
5 letters. 1943-45
Isserman, Abraham J.
4 letters. 1944
Ivey, H. D.
4 letters. 1944-46
Ivey, Helen
2 letters. 1945
Jack, Ford M.
6 letters. 1943-46
Jackson, Eleanor
2 letters. 1946
Jackson, Gardner
2 letters. 1943
Jackson, Herbert J.
2 letters. 1944
Jackson, Joseph Henry
1 letter. 1945
Jackson, Samuel Dillon
1 letter. 1944
Jacobs, Alvin P.
10 letters. 1942-45
Jacobsen, William Cornelius
28 letters. 1943-46
Jaeger, Lloyd P.
2 letters. 1943-45
Jaeger, W. H.
5 letters. 1946
James, Sidney I.
3 letters. 1945-46
James, W. E.
2 letters. 1943-45
James, William R.
2 letters. 1944
Janeway, Eliot
12 letters. 1943-46
Jamison, C. T.
1 letter. 1945
Janofsky, Leonard S.
2 letters. 1945
Japanese American Citizens League
4 letters. 1946
Jarvis, Russell. B.
2 letters. 1943-46
Jeffery, Harold B.
4 letters. 1943-46
Jenkins, David
9 letters. 1944-46
Jennings, Dean
2 letters. 1946
Jepson, H. J.
2 letters. 1943
Jesmer, S.
2 letters. 1945-46
Jewell, A. C.
8 letters. 1931-46
Jewell, Armond M.
2 letters. 1943-46
Jewish War Veterans of the United States
2 letters. 1945-46
Johnson, Arthur L.
3 letters. 1943-46
Johnson, Charles G.
2 letters. 1945
Johnson, Gardiner
3 letters. 1940-45
Johnson, Hiram Warren
1 letter. 1943
Johnson, J. Leroy
2 letters. 1944-46
Johnson, William Ward
1 letter. 1943
Joint Anti-Fascists Refugee Committee
11 letters. 1943-46
Jones, Arthur A.
3 letters. 1944
Jones, Lottie Lee
2 letters. 1946
Jones, Nettie Smith
1 letter. 1944
Jones, Phil R.
3 letters. 1945
Jordan, Frank M.
6 letters. 1944-46
Judd, Orrin Grimmell
4 letters. 1946
Justices and Constables Association of California
10 letters. 1943-45
Kaiser, Henry John
4 letters. 1943-46
Kansas. Attorney General
6 letters. 1943-46
Karpenstein, Katherine
2 letters. 1944
Karr, David
6 letters. 1944-45
Katz, Charles J.
4 letters. 1939-44
Keating, Thomas
1 letter. 1943
Keaton, Morgan
4 letters. 1944-46
Kehoe, James J.
2 letters. 1944-46
Keiser, Edwin J.
1 letter. 1939
Kellems, Jesse Randolph
2 letters. 1939
Keller, Frederick M.
3 letters. 1943-44
Kelly, Edward J.
1 letter. 1943
Kelly, John
1 letter. 1944
Kemnitzer, William J.
6 letters. 1939-45
Kemp, A. N.
3 letters. 1939-44
Kenaston, V. Wayne
1 letter. 1945
Kendall, Donald G.
4 letters. 1945
Kennedy, Thomas Hart
3 letters. 1944-45
Kennick, J. M.
2 letters. 1945
Kenny, Gerald J.
4 letters. 1944-46
Kenny, Joseph J.
2 letters. 1943
Kenny, Lilie
2 letters. 1942-44
Kentucky. Attorney General
4 letters. 1943-46
Kern, Paul J.
2 letters. 1938-39
Kern Co., Calif. Sheriff's Office
12 letters. 1943-46
Kerr, Robert Samuel
1 letter. 1945
Kerr, William John
3 letters. 1943-44
Keyes, John Dennis
1 letter. 1946
Kidder, Monroe
2 letters. 1943-44
Kilgore, Harley Martin
6 letters. 1943-46
Killion, George Leonard
11 letters. 1940-46
Kilpatrick, Vernon
4 letters. 1943-46
Kimerer, A. W.
1 letter. 1945
Kincaid, Elmer
3 letters. 1939-46
King, Albert M.
1 letter. 1944
King, Cecil R.
20 letters. 1940-46
Kingman, Harry L.
4 letters. 1943-46
Kingman, Ruth
14 letters. 1944-45
Kings River Water Association
1 letter. 1946
Kirby, Thomas A.
2 letters. 1944-45
Kirchway, Freda
7 letters. 1945-46
Kirk, Kristian Vang
2 letters. 1943
Kirkpatrick, John E.
2 letters. 1943
Kiwanis Club (California)
5 letters. 1939-45
Klein, Herbert A.
1 letter. 1945
Kleps, Ralph N.
1 letter. 1943
Klevs, William
1 letter. 1943
Kline, Mortimer
2 letters. 1931-44
Klowden, Nina
2 letters. 1945-46
Knight, Benjamin B.
2 letters. 1943-45
Knight, John B.
1 letter. 1943
Knight, T. Fenton
1 letter. 1943
Knights of Columbus (California)
2 letters. 1939-43
Knowland, William Fife
4 letters. 1946
Knox, Harley E.
1 letter. 1943
Knox Reeves Advertising, Inc.
1 letter. 1944
Kosin, Edward
2 letters. 1943-46
Kovacevich, Math
1 letter. 1939
Kraegen, Adrian A.
4 letters. 1944-45
Krinsky, David
2 letters. 1944
Kuchel, Thomas E.
1 letter. 1946
Kushner, Thomas H.
Kushner, Isaac
2 letters. 1943
Kyne, William P.
9 letters. 1939-46
LaBart, Ed
3 letters. 1940-43
Labor Herald
2 letters. 1945
Labor's Non-Partisan League
6 letters. 1939-40
LaCossitt, Henry
1 letter. 1946
Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Law Enforcement)
2 letters. 1945
Lambeau, Russell Kent
2 letters. 1944-46
Landels, Edward D.
1 letter. 1944
Langer, William
1 letter. 1944
Lapham, Roger Dearborn
7 letters. 1943-46
Larson, Elmer J.
2 letters. 1939
Lavalle, Ramon
2 letters. 1946
Lavers, Lawrence
8 letters. 1943-45
Lavery, Hugh
2 letters. 1944-45
Lazarus, Leland J.
2 letters. 1944
Lea, Clarence Frederick
3 letters. 1944-45
League of Women Voters
10 letters. 1939-45
Leake, Kenneth E.
2 letters. 1943
Leake, Paul R.
5 letters. 1943-46
Leavitt, Margaret
3 letters. 1945-46
LeBon, Richard
1 letter. 1945
Lee, Clarence H.
1 letter. 1946
Lee, John C.
2 letters. 1939-42
Leech, S. Howard
2 letters. 1939-44
Leedon, Samuel R.
4 letters. 1943-46
Legg, Herbert Curtis
8 letters. 1938-44
Leland, Elizabeth E. M.
2 letters. 1944-45
Lemmon, Dal M.
2 letters. 1942-43
Lenane, Beatrice
3 letters. 1945
Leonard, Donald S.
2 letters. 1943-44
Leonard, Emily B.
3 letters. 1942-45
Levit, Bert William
2 letters. 1943
Levoy, Gordon W.
3 letters. 1939-43
Levy, Natalie
2 letters. 1946
Lewis, Burdett Gibson
6 letters. 1945-46
Lewis, Martin W.
4 letters. 1944-45
Liberia. Vice President
1 letter. 1945
Lindenbaum, Clarence R.
3 letters. 1943-46
Linder, Clarence R.
2 letters. 1944-45
Linder, Leo J.
6 letters. 1944-46
Lindley, Francis H.
2 letters. 1946
Lindsey, Benjamin Barr
3 letters. 1934-40
Linn, Clarence A.
14 letters. 1940-46
Lions International (U.S.)
6 letters. 1944-46
Lissauer, Herman
8 letters. 1944-46
Little, Walter J.
4 letters. 1943
Livingston, Lawrence
11 letters. 1939-46
Lloyd, Hubert
1 letter. 1944
Loeb, Edwin
4 letters. 1943-46
Lollier, W. H.
10 letters. 1939-46
Long Beach, Calif. Chamber of Commerce
2 letters. 1942-43
Long Beach, Calif. City Attorney
2 letters. 1945-46
Longcroft, Austin E.
3 letters. 1931-39
Lopizich, Ivo H.
3 letters. 1945-46
Los Angeles. Board of Education
6 letters. 1939-46
Los Angeles. Board of Public Works
2 letters. 1944
Los Angeles. Chamber of Commerce
5 letters. 1939-45
Los Angeles. Dept. of Airports
2 letters. 1945
Los Angeles. Municipal Reference Library
4 letters. 1944-46
Los Angeles. Personnel Commissioner
2 letters. 1944-45
Los Angeles. Police Dept.
5 letters. 1943-45
Los Angeles. University of Southern California
7 letters. 1943-46
Los Angeles Bureau of Municipal Research
2 letters. 1939-45
Los Angeles Committee on Palestine
3 letters. 1944-46
Los Angeles Examiner
4 letters. 1942-44
Los Angeles Newspaper Service Bureau
3 letters. 1940-44
Los Angeles Tribune
2 letters. 1945
Los Angeles Turf Club, Inc.
3 letters. 1945
Los Angeles University Club
3 letters. 1940-44
Los Angeles Co., Calif. Board of Supervisors
3 letters. 1940-44
Los Angeles Co., Calif. Bureau of Administrative Research
1 letter. 1939
Los Angeles Co., Calif. District Attorney
12 letters. 1943-46
Los Angeles Co., Calif. Juvenile Officers Assoc.
3 letters. 1945
Los Angeles Co., Calif. Law Library
19 letters. 1940-45
Los Angeles Co., Calif. Sheriff
1 letter. 1943
Loucks, John Warren
4 letters. 1944-46
Louisiana. Attorney General
2 letters. 1946
Lowe, Mark R.
1 letter. 1946
Lowell, Orrin J.
1 letter. 1945
Lowey, Alfred R.
4 letters. 1943-45
Loyd, W. Q.
2 letters. 1945-46
Luckey, E. George
1 letter. 1944
Ludeman, A. H.
2 letters. 1945
Lundbert, Alfred J.
2 letters. 1943
Luter, John W.
2 letters. 1940-43
Lykke, Harry
2 letters. 1931-40
Lynch, Thomas R.
4 letters. 1939-43
Lynton, Carlyle F.
3 letters. 1945-46
Lyon, Charles W.
4 letters. 1944-45
Lyon, Frederick B.
2 letters. 1943
Lyons, Al
2 letters. 1945
Lyons, Ralph J.
8 letters. 1939-46
Maben, Lloyd E.
2 letters. 1944
McArthur, Frank
2 letters. 1946
Macbeth, Hugh Ellwood
2 letters. 1939-46
McCabe, Louis F.
3 letters. 1944-45
McCaffrey, Maurice P.
2 letters. 1943-46
McCalmon, Adrian
7 letters. 1946
McCann, John B.
2 letters. 1943-44
McCann, Peggy
1 letter. 1941
McCarren, Patrick A.
5 letters. 1944-45
McCarty, Francis
2 letters. 1946
McCarty, Grayson M.
2 letters. 1939
McClatchy, Eleanor
1 letter. 1945
McClean, Harry J.
4 letters. 1944-46
McConnell, C. F.
2 letters. 1939
McCormack, John W.
1 letter. 1946
McCormick, Ada P.
3 letters. 194.4
McCormick, Katherine
2 letters. n.d., 1942
McCurry, U. T.
2 letters. 1945
McDermott, Thomas J.
2 letters. 1939
McDonald, Charles H.
1 letter. 1946
McDonald, Grace
13 letters. 1943-46
McDonough, Gordon L.
2 letters. 1943-45
McGilvray, Kenneth G.
2 letters. 1943-45
McGrath, Daniel E.
2 letters. 1943-46
McGrath, Harold I.
26 letters. 1942-46
McHenry, Murphy
1 letter. 1943
McInnes, Gordon
2 letters. 1944-45
McIsaac, Hugh
4 letters. 1943-45
McKay, Alexander
2 letters. 1944
McKay, William R.
3 letters. 1939-44
McKeage, Everett Clay
5 letters. 1943-45
McKee, Donald. H.
8 letters. 1939-46
McKee, Henry S.
3 letters. 1939-43
McKee, Stewart
70 letters. 1939-45
McKesson, William B.
2 letters. 1944-45
McKibben, Robert A.
4 letters. 1945-46
McKinnon, Clinton D.
7 letters. 1944-46
McLain, George H.
2 letters. 1943
McLaine, Helen Borden
2 letters. 1943-44
McLean, Louise
3 letters. 1944-45
McMahon, John J.
2 letters. 1945-46
McMullen, F. L.
1 letter. 1944
McNitt, Rollin L.
5 letters. 1931-46
McNulty, Arthur P.
19 letters. 1940-46
McWilliams, Carey
14 letters. 1938-46
Madoloff, Velka
3 letters. 1944-46
Magnin, Cyril
6 letters. 1944-45
Magnin, Edgar Foley
3 letters. 1939-43
Mahoney, Leo
2 letters. 1939
Mailliard, John Ward
5 letters. 1943-45
Maine. Attorney General
6 letters. 1943-46
Malaby, Zachary Taylor
6 letters. 1944-46
Malone, George Wilson
3 letters. 1943-45
Malone, William M.
5 letters. 1943
Maloney, Thomas A.
1 letter. 1943
Mardikian, George M.
1 letter. 1945
Mann, William
2 letters. n.d., 1943
March, Harry J.
2 letters. 1939-45
Marckley, Claudius A.
3 letters. 1943
Marin Co., Calif. Rod & Gun Club
3 letters. 1943-45
Markey, Joseph
2 letters. 1946
Marks, Milton S.
3 letters. 1943-44
Marks, Samuel
2 letters. 1943-46
A. N. Marquis Company
2 letters. 1941-43
Marshall, Daniel G.
4 letters. 1939-46
Marshall, Ross
3 letters. 1944-45
Marshutz, Herbert S.
2 letters. 1935-39
Martin, Allen Lincoln
7 letters. 1943-45
Martin, Herbert
2 letters. 1943
Martin, Vincent L.
3 letters. 1939-46
Martindale-Hubbell, Inc.
2 letters. 1940
Marx, Groucho
1 letter. 1945
Maryland. Attorney General
4 letters. 1943-46
Maslow, Will
2 letters. 1943-46
Mason, Charles Frederick
2 letters. 1939
Mason, Harrison W.
2 letters. 1945-46
Massachussetts. Attorney General
6 letters. 1943-46
Mathes, William C.
4 letters. 1944-45
Matlin, David A.
4 letters. 1944-45
Maverick, Maury
9 letters. 1943-45
May, Foster
2 letters. 1943-46
May, Frances
2 letters. 1945
Mayer, Henrietta Gertrude
1 letter. 1946
Mays, Hazel Steere
2 letters. 1944-46
Meade, James J.
2 letters. 1944-45
Mechan, John P.
3 letters. 1944-45
Mental Hygiene Society of Southern California
2 letters. 1945
Merchants and Manufacturers Association
2 letters. 1944
Meritt, Josephine W.
2 letters. 1943-44
Metals Incorporated
2 letters. 1944
Metropolitan Water District of Southern Calif.
3 letters. 1943-45
Mexico Consulate. Sacramento
2 letters. 1943-44
Metzger, Arthur F. X.
3 letters. 1943-46
Meyr, Berl ben
1 letter. 1946
Michelson, Twain
5 letters. 1943-45
Michigan. Attorney General
2 letters. 1946
Middough, Lorne Dunkin
9 letters. 1943-45
Milburn, Louis T.
7 letters. 1943-46
Miller, A. Milton
3 letters. 1946
Miller, Albert H.
4 letters. 1943-46
Miller, Arthur C.
3 letters. 1939-45
Miller, George P.
4 letters. 1944-46
Miller, Julius M.
2 letters. 1946
Miller, Justin
9 letters. 1943-46
Miller, Loren
2 letters. 1943-44
Miller, Raup
1 letter. 1944
Miller, Stanley M.
1 letter. 1943
Mills, Harold B.
2 letters. 1946
Millspaugh, Philip M.
6 letters. 1944-45
Milmet, William J.
1 letter. 1945
Mindlin, Victor
3 letters. 1943-45
Mines, W. W.
1 letter. 1931
Minter, Louis B.
2 letters. 1943-45
Mishkin, Belle
2 letters. 1945-46
Missouri. Attorney General
1 letter. 1943
Mitchell, Howard T.
2 letters. 1946
Mitchell, Louise
3 letters. 1944-45
Mix, Harry F.
2 letters. 1946
Mixter, Frank W.
1 letter. 1940
Mobilization for Democracy
11 letters. 1946
Moeller, Betty
1 letter. 1946
Moffatt, Stanley
4 letters. 1943-46
Moffitt, James Kennedy
3 letters. 1944-45
Mohr, Arthur
2 letters. 1939-46
Montana. Attorney General
1 letter. 1943
Moore, Prentiss
4 letters. 1946
Moran, John O.
2 letters. 1943
Mork, Ray C.
2 letters. 1946
Morris, Clarence W.
3 letters. 1944-45
Morris, Robert S.
44 letters. 1941-46
Morris, Stanley J.
4 letters. 1943-46
Mortimer, Frank Cogswell
4 letters. 1943-45
Morton, Harold C.
2 letters. 1943
Moser, Fred W.
2 letters. 1943
Mosk, Morey Stanley
6 letters. 1943-46
Moss, Thomas E.
2 letters. 1942-43
Most, Louis
2 letters. 1945
Moynihan, Joseph A.
2 letters. 1939-43
Mudgett, Paul E.
3 letters. 1945
Mulcahy, M. V.
9 letters. 1943-46
Muntz, Eleanor
1 letter. 1944
Murphy, John A.
7 letters. 1940-46
Murphy, Lula Mignon
2 letters. 1946
Murphy, Maurice
2 letters. 1945
Murray, James A.
2 letters. 1946
Murray, James Edward
2 letters. 1944
Murstein, Charles
7 letters. 1943-46
Nagle, Raymond T.
3 letters. 1944
Nash, Daniel V.
1 letter. 1945
Nason, Forrest P.
2 letters. 1943-44
Nathan, Albert F.
2 letters. 1943
The Nation Associates
2 letters. 1945
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
17 letters. 1944-46
National Association of Attorneys General
2 letters. 1943-45
National Association of Postmasters of the U.S. (Calif.)
5 letters. 1943-46
National Citizens Political Action Committee
30 letters. 1944-46
National Committee to Abolish Poll Tax
3 letters. 1943-46
National Conference of Bar Examiners
2 letters. 1944-46
National Conference of Christians and Jews
7 letters. 1944-46
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship
9 letters. 1943-46
National Exchange Club
3 letters. 1943-46
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties
3 letters. 1944-46
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Inc.
3 letters. 1944-45
National Lawyers Guild
107 letters. 1939-46
National Maritime Union of America
2 letters. 1945-46
National Negro Congress
2 letters. 1939-45
National Probation Association
3 letters. 1943
National Public Housing Conference, Inc.
5 letters. 1944-46
National Sheriffs' Association
3 letters. 1944
Native Sons of the Golden West
17 letters. 1943-46
Nebeker, Dudley H.
2 letters. 1943-44
Neblett, Thomas Fair
2 letters. 1943-45
Nebraska, Attorney General
9 letters. 1943-46
Neeb, Robert A.
7 letters. 1943-45
Nelson, Donald Marr
1 letter. 1944
Nesbitt, Kenneth I.
2 letters. 1939
Neuner, George
1 letter. 1946
Neutra, Richard Joseph
2 letters. 1943
Nevada, Attorney General
10 letters. 1943-46
Nevada Co., Calif. Sheriff
2 letters. 1945
Nevin, George J.
3 letters. 1944-46
Newby, Oscar M.
1 letter. 1943
New Hampshire. Attorney General
5 letters. 1943-46
New Jersey. Attorney General
3 letters. 1943-46
New Mexico. Attorney General
4 letters. 1944-46
New Mexico. Governor
1 letter. 1944
New Mexico. Secretary of State
1 letter. 1946
Newton, Al
1 letter. 1940
New York Academy of Medicine Library
2 letters. 1945
Newman, Emil E.
2 letters. 1946
Newspaper PM Inc., New York
3 letters. 1945-46
Neylan, John Francis
1 letter. 1943
Niehouse, Kathryn T.
1 letter. 1946
Nielson, Iener W.
3 letters. 1943-45
Nolan, Webster K.
24 letters. 1943-46
Noll, Gustave E.
2 letters. 1944
Noon, A. Harold
3 letters. 1944-45
Noonan, Edward P.
2 letters. 1945
Norcop, Maurice
3 letters. 1939-46
Norris, Herndon J.
3 letters. 1941-42
North Carolina. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
North Dakota. Attorney General
3 letters. 1943-46
Northern California Union Health Committee
5 letters. 1945
Norton, Philip
2 letters. 1944
Nossaman, Walter L.
4 letters. 1945-46
Novack, Julius J.
5 letters. 1943-46
Nowacki, Casimir
2 letters. 1940-46
Oakland, Calif. Post Enquirer
1 letter. 1939
Oakland, Calif. Public Library
3 letters. 1945
O'Brien, A. R.
9 letters. 1943-46
O'Brien, Robert
4 letters. 1944-45
Oceanic Oil Company
2 letters. 1944
O'Connor, J. H.
2 letters. 1943-44
O'Connor, Walter James Thaddeus
2 letters. 1945
O'Conor, Herbert Romulus
1 letter. 1944
O'Day, Edward Francis
2 letters. 1946
Odell, Robert Stewart
4 letters. 1944-46
O'Donoghue, Daniel W.
2 letters. 1943
O'Gara, Gerald
5 letters. 1943-46
Ohio. Attorney General
7 letters. 1943-46
Ohnimus, Arthur A.
8 letters. 1943-46
O'Keefe, H. R.
2 letters. 1945-46
Olch, Isaac Yale
2 letters. 1945-46
Oliver, Clara Park
2 letters. 1946
Olney, Warren, III
3 letters. 1945-46
Olson, Culbert Levy
3 letters. 1939-42
Oppenheimer, Carl
5 letters. 1945-46
Oregon. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
Orme, Archibald D.
12 letters. 1943-45
Orr, Jane
2 letters. 1946
Osborn, Sidney P.
2 letters. 1943
Osborne, Clarence B.
2 letters. 1944
Osborne, George Edward
2 letters. 1945
Ostrom, Charles W.
2 letters. 1946
O'Sullivan, Michael
1 letter. n.d.
Outland, George E.
7 letters. 1943-45
Pacht, Isaac
2 letters. 1938-43
Pacific Coast Professional Football League
2 letters. 1944-45
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
2 letters. 1945
Pacific League
1 letter. 1943
Pacific Rural Press
3 letters. 1943
Page, A. F.
1 letter. 1946
Page, C. A.
1 letter. 1940
Page, Charles A.
2 letters. 1944
Page, Clay
2 letters. 1944-46
Paine, Paul
2 letters. 1939-44
Paintor, E. B.
1 letter. 1946
Pajaro Valley, Calif., Chamber of Commerce
4 letters. 1943-45
Pallotti, Francis A.
5 letters. 1943-44
Palmer, B. Mitchell
2 letters. 1946
Palmer, Ralph E.
3 letters. 1945-46
Pan American Airways, Inc.
2 letters. 1944-46
Panton, W. P.
2 letters. 1944
Parker, Albert
2 letters. 1943
Parker, Raymond C.
1 letter. 1945
Parr, Fred D.
2 letters. 1946
Pasadena, Calif., Conference of Savings, Building and Loan Associations
2 letters. 1945
Pasadena, Calif., Realty Board
4 letters. 1939
Patterson, Ellis Elwood
9 letters. 1938-45
Paul, Randolph Everinghim
4 letters. 1945
Payne, George H.
13 letters. 1943-46
Payroll Guarantee Association
1 letter. 1946
Peace Officers Association of California
26 letters. 1943-46
Peart, Hartley F.
2 letters. 1945
Pease, Robert M.
2 letters. 1939
Peckham, I. M.
6 letters. 1944-46
Peckham, Robert F.
3 letters. 1944
Pelletier, John B.
1 letter. 1943
Pendelton, Norman W.
2 letters. 1946
Pennsylvania. Attorney General
6 letters. 1945-46
Penter, Morris A.
3 letters. 1942-45
People's World, San Francisco
4 letters. 1939-45
Pepper, Claude Denson
4 letters. 1943-46
Peters, Claude Prentice
3 letters. 1931-43
Peters, Raymond Elmer
5 letters. 1944-45
Pettit, James B.
3 letters. 1946
Peyser, Jefferson E.
3 letters. 1943-45
Pfiffner, John McDonald
4 letters. 1944-46
Phelps, Walter W.
3 letters. 1945
Phi Gamma Delta (fraternity)
4 letters. 1943-46
Philips, James A., Jr.
1 letter. 1946
Phillips, Hubert
4 letters. 1945-46
Phillips, James H.
2 letters. 1943-44
Phillips, John
14 letters. 1939-45
Pierce, Frederic R.
12 letters. 1939-46
Pierce, Russell
2 letters. nd, 1946
Pierce, Wilbur S.
7 letters. 1943-44
Pierovich, Andrew L.
3 letters. 1939-43
Pile Drivers, Bridge, Wharf & Dock Builders. S.F., Local no. 34
2 letters. 1946
Pitman, Hayden W.
3 letters. 1943-46
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Courier
2 letters. 1946
Placer Co., Calif. District Attorney
3 letters. 1943
Poland. Consulate. San Francisco
2 letters. 1943
Polier, Shad
2 letters. 1944-46
Politzer, Jerome
6 letters. 1943-45
Pope, James H.
2 letters. 1944-45
Portugal. Consulate. San Francisco
2 letters. 1944
Possner, Elsie
7 letters. 1943-44
Post, Langdon W.
11 letters. 1943-46
Postlethwaite, Hartley A.
3 letters. 1946
Potter, Bernard
2 letters. 1946
Poulson, Norris
1 letter. 1943
Pray, Russell Honoré
3 letters. 1944-46
Pressman, David
1 letter. 1945
Provenzano, Louis
2 letters. 1946
Quilici, George L.
3 letters. 1943-45
Quinn, Irwin T.
2 letters. 1939-44
Radin, Max
4 letters. 1939-45
Radio Court of Race Relations
2 letters. 1943
Raley, C. Norman
2 letters. 1945-46
Ralston, Jackson Harvey
2 letters. 1944
Ramsey, Lee H.
4 letters. 1941
Ransom, Robert
2 letters. 1945
Rappaport, Albert
2 letters. 1943-44
Rawlings, Calvin W.
3 letters. 1945-46
Rayburn, Sam
3 letters. 1944
Reavis, James O.
3 letters. 1943-45
Reber, John
3 letters. 1944-46
Red Cross. U.S. American National Red Cross
14 letters. 1942-46
Reddy, John
3 letters. 1943
Redwood Empire Association
6 letters. 1944-45
Reed, Emily E.
2 letters. 1945-46
Reed, Frank
1 letter. 1942
Reeder, Anson
2 letters. 1944
Reeves, Claude L.
2 letters. 1943-45
Reid, James K.
3 letters. 1944-46
Reilly, George Raphael
13 letters. 1940-46
Reilly, James K.
2 letters. 1946
Republican Party. California
2 letters. 1943-45
Resner, Herbert
6 letters. 1940-45
Rhodes, Orlando H.
4 letters. 1937-44
Rice, Greek Lent
4 letters. 1943-46
Rice, Peter T.
3 letters. 1943-46
Rich, W. P.
3 letters. 1943
Richardson, Charles, Jr.
2 letters. 1939
Richman, Max
7 letters. 1944-46
Richie, Paul A.
1 letter. 1940
Riemer, Mortimer
7 letters. 1939-44
Riesco, Gerardo Ortúzar
1 letter. 1945
Riggs, John N.
4 letters. 1944-45
Riley, Ray L.
2 letters. 1945-46
Ring, William C.
1 letter. 1945
Riordan, John H.
2 letters. 1945-46
Riverside Co., Calif. District Attorney
4 letters. 1931-45
Riverside Co., Calif. Sheriff
2 letters. 1945
Robbins, Wesley P.
3 letters. 1944-45
Roberts, Austin F.
3 letters. 1945
Robertson, Alfred W.
7 letters. 1943-45
Robeson, Paul
1 letter. 1946
Robinson, C. Ray
3 letters. 1943-45
Robinson, Edward G.
3 letters. 1946
Robinson, Elmer Edwin
2 letters. 1943-44
Robinson, Nancy (Honeyman)
4 letters. 1944-45
Robinson, W. W.
2 letters. 1944
Roche, Francis J.
2 letters. 1944
Rochester, George W.
3 letters. 1931-44
Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich
1 letter. 1945
Roden, John R.
1 letter. 1946
Roed, Max
2 letters. 1944
Rogers, A. W.
2 letters. 1945-46
Rogers, Will, Jr.
3 letters. 1946
Rohde, Ruth (Bryan) Owen
3 letters. 1945
Rolph, James, Jr.
5 letters. 1930-34
Roman, Frederick William
2 letters. 1939
Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt)
2 letters. 1945
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
6 letters. 1942-45
Roosevelt, James
2 letters. 1946
Rorke, Hal
5 letters. 1943-46
Rosario, Juan Rivera
2 letters. 1943-46
Rosborough, Joseph J.
3 letters. 1944-45
Rosbury, Mrs. W. H.
4 letters. 1945-46
Rosenberg, James LeRoy
2 letters. 1939-40
Rosenthal, William H.
4 letters. 1944-46
Ross, A. A.
4 letters. 1944-46
Ross, Paul
2 letters. 1946
Rossi, Angelo Joseph
1 letter. 1939
Rotary International. U.S.
4 letters. 1943-46
Roth, Lester William
7 letters. 1943-45
Rowe, James Fenwicke
5 letters. 1943-44
Rowe, John Phil
4 letters. 1933-44
Rowe, W. P.
6 letters. 1943-46
Rowley, Howard C.
2 letters. 1945
Rudolph, Michael
4 letters. 1939-44
Rudy, Sidney
2 letters. 1945
Runckel, Christian Henry
2 letters. 1942-46
Rush, John Andrew
2 letters. 1943
Russia. Consulate. San Francisco
3 letters. 1944-45
Ryan, Charles
3 letters. 1945
Ryan, Frank W.
2 letters. 1945-46
Ryon, Harrison
3 letters. 1943
Sachse, Franz R.
5 letters. 1942-46
Sachse, Richard
3 letters. 1944-45
Sackett, Sheldon Fred
3 letters. 1944-46
Sacramento Bee
2 letters. 1946
Sacramento, Calif., Chamber of Commerce
12 letters. 1943-46
Sacramento, Calif., Host Committee
3 letters. 194346
Sacramento Co., Calif., Federation of Women's Clubs
3 letters. 1946
Saeta, Maurice
3 letters. 1939-44
Saint Louis, Mo., Municipal Reference Library
2 letters. 1945
Salute to Young America
1 letter. 1944
San Bernardino, Calif., Real Estate Board
1 letter. 1945
Sanderson, Lemuel D.
1 letter. 1946
San Diego, Calif., Chamber of Commerce
3 letters. 1943
San Diego, Calif., Social Hygiene Association
3 letters. 1945
San Diego Co., Calif. Board of Supervisors
2 letters. 1943-45
San Diego Co., Calif. District Attorney
8 letters. 1943-46
San Diego Co., Calif. Sheriff
2 letters. 1943-45
San Francisco. Dept. of Public Health
2 letters. 1945
San Francisco. Dept. of Public Works. City Engineer
2 letters. 1944
San Francisco. Housing Authority
2 letters. 1944-46
San Francisco. Police Dept.
5 letters. 1940-44
San Francisco. Recreation Commission
2 letters. 1943-44
The San Francisco Bank
3 letters. 1943-45
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
12 letters. 1943-46
San Francisco Committee for a Free Indonesia
3 letters. 1945-46
San Francisco Council of American-Soviet Friendship
1 letter. 1944
San Francisco Planning and Housing Association
2 letters. 1944
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society
2 letters. 1943-44
San Francisco War Chest
9 letters. 1943-45
San Joaquin Co., Calif. District Attorney
2 letters. 1941-43
SanJule, James
3 letters. 1943-46
San Mateo Co., Calif. District Attorney
1 letter. 1945
Savage, Harlan L.
1 letter. 1946
Savay, Norbert
1 letter. 1944
Sawallisch, Harold F.
3 letters. 1945
Scattergood, Ezra Frederick
7 letters. 1943-45
Scharlin, Elf
3 letters. 1942-44
Schauer, Benjamin Rey
2 letters. 1942-43
Scheinman & Scheinman, Los Angeles (firm)
2 letters. 1942-46
Schellberg, E. C.
6 letters. 1946
Schenck, Joseph M.
2 letters. 1945
Schofield, Richard O.
3 letters. 1944
Schulke, Helen Graham
2 letters. 1945
Schullman, Alexander H.
1 letter. 1946
Schwartz, Paul L.
1 letter. 1946
Schwarz, B. H.
2 letters. 1945-46
Scollin, Richard I.
4 letters. 1944-45
Scott, Robert H.
2 letters. 1943
John J. Scripps Newspapers
2 letters. 1946
Scully, Thomas P.
4 letters. 1944-46
Seawell, Jerrold L.
4 letters. 1939-45
Segure, Rose
5 letters. 1939-45
Seidel, Vaughn D.
3 letters. 1945
Selig, Gail Briggs
2 letters. 1944-45
Shafer, Bernard W.
1 letter. 1946
Shane, Raymond
6 letters. 1944-46
Shank, Floyd C.
2 letters. 1943-44
Shapiro, Leo H.
3 letters. 1945
Shaver, Neil
2 letters. 1944
Shearer, David G.
1 letter. 1940
Sheedy, Paul
1 letter. 1945
Sheehan, Burnett
3 letters. 1944-45
Sheets, Albert E.
2 letters. 1943
Shellaby, Robert K.
2 letters. 1939-42
Sheldon, George E.
6 letters. 1943-44
Shelley, John F.
7 letters. 1939-46
Shepard, Sheldon
2 letters. 1943-44
Shepard, Wallace
2 letters. 1944-46
Sheppard, Harry R.
3 letters. 1944-46
Sheppard, James C.
9 letters. 1942-46
Sherman, Austin
3 letters. 1945-46
Sherwin, Marvin
1 letter. 1945
Sherwood, Robert Emmett
1 letter. 1945
Shields, Peter J.
2 letters. 1944
Shipman, Benjamin W.
3 letters. 1943
Shoemaker, Rae L.
4 letters. 1943-46
Shontz, Orca Jean
2 letters. 1939-46
Shore, Irving
3 letters. 1944
Shore, Marvel Dell
2 letters. 1945
Shults, Grace Harwood
2 letters. 1943
Silverman, Sol
2 letters. 1943-44
Simpson, Maurine
2 letters. 1943-46
Sinatra, Frank
1 letter. 1946
Slade, Albee
5 letters. 1944-45
Slaff, George
13 letters. 1842-46
Slane, Harold A.
2 letters. 1943-3646
Slater, Herbert W.
2 letters. 1939-43
Smith, Edward
1 letter. 1946
Smith, Everett Hale
2 letters. 1944
Smith, Fred A.
1 letter. 1946
Smith, Robert L.
5 letters. 1939-46
Smyth, James E.
2 letters. 1944
Snider, Al E.
4 letters. 1943
Snow, Harold S.
3 letters. 1944-46
The Society for the Advancement of Management, S.F.
2 letters. nd, 1943
The Society of California Pioneers
3 letters. 1944-45
Sognalian, Hrand A.
2 letters. 1945-46
Solomon, Charles S.
2 letters. 1946
Somervell, Donald Bradley
1 letter. 1943
Sonoma Co., Calif. District Attorney
11 letters. 1944-46
Sotomayor, Antonio
2 letters. 1944
South Carolina. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
South Dakota. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
South of Market Girls' Club, San Francisco
2 letters. 1943-44
Southern California Council on Interamerican Affairs
3 letters. 1943
Southern Pacific Company
10 letters. 1942-45
Southland Jewish Organization
3 letters. 1946
Spann, John A.
8 letters. 1944-46
Sperbeck, Ivan
4 letters. 1939-46
Spratt, G. A. J.
2 letters. 1943
Standard, William L.
3 letters. 1945-46
Stanford University Alumni Association
2 letters. 1945-46
Starkey, Jerome
1 letter. 1946
Steinberger, Virginia (Timberlake)
5 letters. 1944
Steinhart, Jesse Henry
2 letters. 1945
Stephens, Robert E.
2 letters. 1943-44
Stephenson, Terry Elmo
2 letters. 1934-35
Stewart, Albert I.
1 letter. 1945
Stirrat, John C.
3 letters. 1943-45
Stone, Clifford H.
5 letters. 1943-46
Storke, Thomas Moore
3 letters. 1943-46
Storm, D. A.
1 letter. 1944
Striker, Otto E.
3 letters. 1943-
Strock, Arthur
3 letters. 1943-46
Strom, Clarabel
2 letters. 1943-46
Stutsman, Carl A.
2 letters. 1931-46
Suchman, Mrs. Edward
2 letters. 1939
Sullivan, Jerd
2 letters. 1944-46
Sutter Co., Calif. District Attorney
1 letter. 1945
Suppe, William F.
4 letters. 1945
Swan, John Harold
24 letters. 1941-46
Swartz, Alison
2 letters. nd, 1944
Swing, Philip David
5 letters. 1943-45
Sykes, George R.
4 letters. 1944-45
Tadlock, James M.
2 letters. 1942-46
Taft, Perry H.
13 letters. 1943-45
Tanaka, Togo
5 letters. 1943-44
Tate, Jack Bernard
2 letters. 1943-46
Tegtmeier, Homer I.
1 letter. 1945
Tellefson, M.
5 letters. 1939-43
Tennessee. Attorney General
5 letters. 1946
Tenney, Jack Breckinridge
4 letters. 1939-44
Terrill, Elmer L.
1 letter. 1944
Terry, F. B.
2 letters. 1946
Thayer, Maynard Force
1 letter. 1945
Thomas, Elmer
2 letters. 1945
Thomas, Leonard E.
2 letters. 1939
Thomas, Vincent
1 letter. 1946
Thorington, Cecil
2 letters. 1944-45
Thornton, Jack
2 letters. 1943-45
Thorpe, Spencer
2 letters. 1931-39
Thorsen, Wallace
2 letters. 1946
Thrash, Jesse E.
3 letters. 1944-46
Tickle, Edward H.
3 letters. 1939-40
Time, Inc.
3 letters. 1945-46
Tobriner, Mathew Oscar
3 letters. 1944-46
Tolan, John Harvey
7 letters. 1943-45
Tolan, John Harvey, Jr.
8 letters. 1946
Tolman, Kathleen D.
1 letter. 1944
Torregano, Ernest J.
5 letters. 1943-46
Toscano, J. L.
2 letters. 1945-46
Trade Club of Sacramento, Calif.
2 letters. 1944-45
Tragen, Irving Glenne
2 letters. 1945
Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc.
2 letters. 1940-45
Traynor, Roger John
2 letters. 1938-46
Tressider, Donald Bertrand
7 letters. 1943-46
Trippe, Juan Terry
2 letters. 1944
Tropauer, Carol Jean
1 letter. 1944
Trott, Fred L.
3 letters. 1946
Truehill, Charles S., Jr.
2 letters. 1944
Truman, Harry S.
9 letters. 1945-46
Tsukamoto, Walter T.
4 letters. 1944-45
Tubbs, Tallant
4 letters. 1940-46
Tullar, Harry E.
4 letters. 1945-46
Turner, Ellwood J.
3 letters. 1945
Tuttle, Ruth Enid
3 letters. 1944
Tuttle, Robert Warde, Jr.
2 letters. 1946
Twitchell, Howard P.
2 letters. 1939-40
Union Labor Bulletin of Sacramento Valley
2 letters. 1944-45
United Air Lines Transport Corp.
11 letters. 1943-46
United Irish Societies of San Francisco
3 letters. 1943-46
United Nations
2 letters. 1946
United Nations Conference on International Organizations, San Francisco
12 letters. 1945
United Negroes of America
4 letters. 1944
U.S. Army Service Forces
7 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Army Service Forces. Ninth Service Command
5 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Army. Officer Procurement District
3 letters. 1943
U.S. Army. Thirteenth Armored Division
2 letters. 1943
U.S. Army. Western Defense Command and Fourth Army
10 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Army Air Force
6 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Attorney General
40 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Bureau of Reclamations
2 letters. 1944-45
U.S. Bureau of the Budget
8 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Chief Counsel for Prosecution of Axis Criminality
3 letters. 1945-46
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
1 letter. 1946
U.S. Committee for Congested Production Areas
4 letters. 1944
U.S. Controller General
2 letters. n.d., 1944
U.S. Dept. of Justice
7 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Dept. of Labor
4 letters. 1945
U.S. Dept. of State
14 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Dept. of the Interior (some signed by H. L. Ickes)
6 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Employment Service
3 letters. 1945
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1 letter. 1944
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
4 letters. 1940-45
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1 letter. 1945
U.S. Federal Security Agency
9 letters. 1939-46
U.S. Foreign Economic Administration
2 letters. 1943-44
U.S. Forest Service
3 letters. 1942-44
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
2 letters. 1944
U.S. Maritime Commission
3 letters. 1943-44
U.S. National Archives
3 letters. 1944
U.S. National Housing Authority
6 letters. 1943-46
U.S. Navy. Officer Procurement
5 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Navy. 12th Naval District
5 letters. 1943-44
U.S. Office for Emergency Management
2 letters. 1943
U.S. Office of Alien Property
4 letters. 1943-44
U.S. Office of Civilian Defense. Ninth Civilian Defense Region
2 letters. 1943-44
U.S. Office of Indian Affairs
4 letters. 1944
U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence. 12th Naval District
2 letters. 1943-44
U.S. Office of Price Administration
8 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Office of the Pardon Attorney
3 letters. 1944-46
U.S. Office of War Information
2 letters. 1944-45
U.S. Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion
1 letter. 1945
U.S. Post Office Dept.
3 letters. 1944
U.S. President's Office
1 letter. 1944
U.S. Public Health Service
3 letters. 1945-46
U.S. Solicitor for the Dept. of the Interior
2 letters. 1944-45
U.S. Treasury Dept.
4 letters. 1941-45
U.S. Veterans Administration
2 letters. 1945-46
U.S. War Dept.
1 letter. 1944-46
U.S. War Manpower Commission
2 letters. 1944
U.S. War Production Board
3 letters. 1944-45
U.S. War Relocation Authority
12 letters. 1944-46
U.S. War Shipping Administration
4 letters. 1943-45
U.S. Works Progress Administration
3 letters. 1939-42
U.S. Civil Service Association of California
2 letters. 1946
U.S.-Mexico Border Public Health Association
3 letters. 1944
U.S. Naval Academy Graduates Association
3 letters. 1943-45
University Club, Los Angeles
3 letters. 1940-44
Upham, Maxine
13 letters. 1942-45
Urban League of Los Angeles
2 letters. 1944-46
Utah. Attorney General
11 letters. 1943-46
Utley, Ernest R.
1 letter. 1945
Vallely, Lorita Baker
2 letters. 1946
Vanderbilt, Cornelius
4 letters. 1944-46
Vandergrift, Rolland A.
2 letters. 1931-42
VanDevander, Charles
2 letters. 1943-44
Vandillon, F. J.
2 letters. 1944-45
Venator, Louis C.
4 letters. 1943-45
Ventura Co., Calif. District Attorney
3 letters. 1945
Vermont, Attorney General
5 letters. 1943-46
Vernon, Arch H.
1 letter. 1944
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S.
12 letters. 1939-44
Vicker, Francis
2 letters. 1944-46
Vincent, Merle D.
3 letters. 1943-44
Vinetz, Jack W.
1 letter. 1944
Vinson, Frederick Moore
1 letter. 1946
Virginia. Attorney General
3 letters. 1943-46
Voorhis, Horace Jeremiah
5 letters. 1939-46
Wakefield, Ray C.
3 letters. 1939-45
Walbey, Robert C.
3 letters. 1940-44
Walch, Roger R.
5 letters. 1944-45
Walker, Ernest Eugene
4 letters. 1943-46
Walker, Frank Cromerford
5 letters. 1943-44
Walker, George S.
3 letters. 1942-46
Walker, George Winfield
2 letters. 1943
Walker, James A.
2 letters. 1922-44
Walker, James E.
2 letters. 1943-44
Wallace, Henry Agard
3 letters. 1946
Wallgren, Mourad C.
2 letters. 1945
Walsh, David Ignatius
1 letter. 1944
Walther, Laurence T.
2 letters. 1944
Wanzer, William O.
2 letters. 1943-44
Ware, William L.
3 letters. 1942
Warne, Clore
5 letters. 1943-44
Warner, Caryl
11 letters. 1943-45
Warner, Harry
2 letters. 1944
Warren, Earl (3 folders)
192 letters. 1938-46
Washington. Attorney General
5 letters. 1943-46
Washington. Dept. of Conservation & Development
1 letter. 1945
Washington, Leon H.
5 letters. 1944-45
Waste, William Harrison
1 letter. 1932
Waters, Frank J.
3 letters. 1940-44
Waters, Herbert J.
4 letters. 1945-46
Watson, Chester E.
2 letters. 1945-46
Watson, Felthan
2 letters. 1944
Watwood, Arthur W.
2 letters. 1946
Waxman, Al S.
2 letters. 1945
Weaver, S. H.
2 letters. 1939-43
Webb, Arthur C.
2 letters. 1931-46
Webb, Carl C.
2 letters. n.d., 1945
Webb, John
2 letters. 1946
Webb, Ulysses Sigel
3 letters. 1931-44
Webster, Ethel M.
2 letters. 1946
Weckler, Joseph E.
5 letters. 1944
Weinberg, Laurence M.
4 letters. 1944
Weinberger, Jacob
4 letters. 1943-46
Weinstock, Sidney L.
2 letters. 1943-46
Weiss, Jay Trevor
5 letters. 1945
Welburn, Nelson Grady
3 letters. 1944-46
Welch, Claude L.
10 letters. 1943-46
Welch, Richard Joseph
1 letter. 1945
Weller, Frank C.
1 letter. 1939
Weller, Fred A.
6 letters. 1943-46
Welles, George Orson
1 letter. 1944
Wellman, Walter R.
3 letters. 1939-44
Wells-Smith, Marilyn J.
2 letters. 1946
Wenzel, Arthur P.
12 letters. 1944-46
Wesson, Miley Barton
2 letters. 1939-43
Western Union Telegraph Company
2 letters. 1945-46
Westover, Harry Clay
7 letters. 1939-44
Westover, Myron
2 letters. 1931-43
West Virginia. Attorney General
6 letters. 1943-46
Whale, Albert
2 letters. 1945-46
Wheat, Carl Irving
2 letters. 1945
Wheaton, W. J.
2 letters. 1944-45
Wherry, Charles D.
3 letters. 1945-46
White, Thomas P.
3 letters. 1944-45
Whitehead, Cecil D.
3 letters. 1943-45
Whitney, Alexander Fell
1 letter. 1946
Whitten, John W.
2 letters. 1939
Whittington, William V.
2 letters. 1944-45
Wigmore, Cyril
2 letters. 1945
Wilkie, Vernon B.
1 letter. 1946
Williams, Charles H.
2 letters. 1944-46
Williams, Elizabeth H.
2 letters. 1946
Wilmington, Delaware. Board of Health
2 letters. 1945
Wilsie, Maurice J.
3 letters. 1944-45
Wilson, Calvert S.
1 letter. 1943
Wilson, Emmet Homer
3 letters. 1939-45
Wilson, James R.
3 letters. 1944
Winocour, Jack
2 letters. 1945
Win the Peace Conference
4 letters. 1946
Wirin, Abraham Lincoln
7 letters. 1942-46
Wisconsin. Attorney General
2 letters. 1943-46
Wise Men's League and Women's Division
3 letters. 1943
Wolden, Russell L.
3 letters. 1946
Wolf, Benedict
5 letters. 1943-46
Wolff, Sidney E.
3 letters. 1939-40
Wood, Fred B.
2 letters. 1943-46
Woodard, Bert P.
1 letter. 1939
Workman, Margaret K.
2 letters. 1943-44
Wright, Howard W.
8 letters. 1943-44
Wunder, Clinton
3 letters. 1943
Wyncoop, Carl W.
1 letter. 1943
Wyoming. Attorney General
3 letters. 1944-46
Yale, George C.
6 letters. 1943-44
Yankwich, Leon R.
10 letters. 1931-46
Yorty, Samuel William
3 letters. 1944-45
Young Men's Christian Association
4 letters. 1945
Young Women's Christian Association
10 letters. 1944-46
Youngberg, J. Carlisle
2 letters. 1939-40
Younger, Donald
17 letters. 1940-45
Yuba Co., Calif. District Attorney
2 letters. 1945
Zamloch, Carl E.
2 letters. 1944-45
Zeimer, Lelan R.
2 letters. 1943
Zeitlin, Jacob Israel
4 letters. 1943-46
Ziegler, A. N.
3 letters. 1944-45
Zimmerman, Max
2 letters. 1944
Zirlin, Samuel
2 letters. 1944-46
Zomer, Peter
1 letter. 1946
Zuckerman, Maurice
5 letters. 1943-45

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Personal 1920-1940

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Speech material

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Speeches and Radio Interviews 1932-1940

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Speeches by Persons Other than Kenny

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Speeches January 1943 to December 1946

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Press Releases 1942-1946

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Kenny's Political Campaigns 1932, 1934, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1946

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Legal briefs, pleadings, etc.

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Mailing lists, etc.

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Administrative papers

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Pacific Savings & Loan

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Venereal Disease

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Opinions

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Indian Claims

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National Association of Attorneys General

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Post-War Planning & Reconversion

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National Lawyers Guild

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Water Supply (U.S.-Mexican Water Treaty & Irrigation Districts)

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United Nations

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UnAmericanism, Civil Liberties, etc.

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Sacramento Newsletter

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Schools & Education

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YMCA & YWCA

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Calif. Commission on Interstate Cooperation

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Liquor Control

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Public Health

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Natural Resources

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Labor & Employment

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Government - state and local

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District Attorneys & Sheriffs Conferences

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Law Enforcement & Crime Prevention

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California. Legislature

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Elections (other than Kenny's)

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Miscellaneous