Title:California delegates to the 1912 Progressive Party Convention: photographs from the Arthur Arlett papers
Creator/Contributor:Arlett, Arthur M., creator
Photographs depict California delegates to the 1912 Progressive Party Convention in Chicago. Delegates are shown posing in
groups at train stations (en route to convention?) and marching in parade. Among those pictured are California Governor Hiram
W. Johnson and former Governor George C. Pardee (both delegates to the Republican National Convention in Chicago). Also depicted
is an unidentified building interior (church hall?, with Plymouth pennant on wall) decorated for a political assembly.
Johnson, Hiram -- 1866-1945 -- Portraits
Pardee, George C -- 1857-1941 -- Portraits
Roosevelt, Theodore -- 1858-1919
National Progressive Convention. -- (1st : 1912 : Chicago) -- Pictorial works
Republican National Convention (15th : 1912 : Chicago, Ill.) -- Pictorial works
Railroad stations -- Photographs
Political campaigns -- Photographs
California -- Politics and government -- 1850-1950 -- Pictorial works
Title and date supplied by cataloger.
2 prints are in postcard format.
In 1912, while governor of California, Hiram Johnson ran for U.S. Vice President under Theodore Roosevelt for the latter's
Progressive Party (aka Bull Moose Party).
Transferred from the Arthur M. Arlett papers (BANC MSS C-B 408).
5 photographic prints : b&w ; 12 x 17 cm.
BANC PIC 1940.007--PIC