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    Title: Goodwin J. (Goodwin Jess) Knight Papers ,
    Date (inclusive): 1896-1988 (inclusive), 1946-1970 (bulk)
    Collection number: M0244
    Creator: Knight, Goodwin J. (Goodwin Jess), 1896-1970.
    Extent: 213 linear ft.
    Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
    Abstract: Goodwin Jess Knight, born 9 December 1896 in Provo, Utah, received his A.B. degree in law from Stanford in 1919 and was admitted to the California Bar in March 1921. In 1935 he was appointed to the Los Angeles Superior Court, in 1946 he became Lieutenant Governor of California, and in 1954 he was elected Governor. Knight died 22 May 1970.
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access Restrictions

    Clippings restricted: require 24 hr. paging period.
    The Media materials require at least two weeks advance notice to use in order to allow staff time to have use copies made from the original items.

    Publication Rights

    Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

    Provenance

    Gift of Virginia Carlson Knight, 1973, 1974, 1982, 1987, and 1988.

    Preferred Citation:

    [Identification of item] Goodwin J. (Goodwin Jess) Knight Papers , M0244, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Acquisition Information

    Gift of Virginia Carlson Knight, 1973, 1974, 1982, 1987, and 1988.

    Provenance

    Gift of Virginia Carlson Knight, 1973, 1974, 1982, 1987, and 1988.

    Biographical Note

    Goodwin Jess Knight, born 9 December 1896 in Provo, Utah, received his A.B. degree in law from Stanford in 1919 and was admitted to the California Bar in March 1921. In 1935 he was appointed to the Los Angeles Superior Court, in 1946 he became Lieutenant Governor of California, and in 1954 he was elected Governor. Knight died 22 May 1970.

    Access Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
    Ahmanson, Howard, 1906-1968.
    Alioto, Joseph.
    Anderson, Glenn M.
    Arthur, Chester Alan, 1829-1886.
    Barrett, Douglas.
    Behrens, Earl C.
    Belli, Melvin M., 1907-
    Brand, Harry.
    Brennan, Bernard C.
    Brown, Edmund G. (Edmund Gerald), 1905-
    Burkett, William A.
    Christopher, George.
    Dargan, Vernon C.
    Edgerton, J. Howard.
    Flournoy, Houston I.
    Hahn, Gordon R.
    Hauk, A. Andrew.
    Helms, Paul.
    Jones, Herbert C. (Herbert Coffin), b.1881?.
    Kaufman, Herbert C.
    Kelly, Earl Lee.
    Knight, Goodwin, 1896-1970.
    Land, Pearl.
    Lurie, Louis R.
    MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964.
    Mason, Paul, 1898-
    McComb, Marshall.
    Milias, George W.
    Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-
    Phillips, Patrick Henry.
    Polland, Milton R.
    Rafferty, Max Lewis, 1917-
    Storke, Thomas M.
    Thompson, John F.
    Warren, Earl, 1891-1974.
    Republican Party (Calif.)
    Stanford University.
    California--Politics and government--1850-1950.
    California--Politics and government--1951-
    Motion pictures.

    Scope and Content

    The Knight Papers consist of political and personal correspondence, speeches, office claendars, press releases, pamphlets and magazines, information cards, clippings, scrapbooks, condolences, audio-visual materials, photographs, books, memorabilia, legal papers and the manuscript and printed form of a book written by Goodwin Knight as a child, Good's Budget of Stories for Boys (1910). The body of the collection concerns the years 1946-1958 although materials included range from 1910 to 1970.
    The political scope of the materials is very broad, touching on such prominent political figures as George Christopher, Earl Warren, Edmund Brown, Richard Nixon, William Knowland and Dwight D. Eisenhower, to mention a few.
    The major campaigns covered are: the 1946 and 1950 races for Lieutenant Governor; the gubernatorial race of 1954, and the unsuccessful campaign for U. S. Senate in 1958. Knight ran against Richard Nixon in the Republican primary of 1962 but was forced to retire from the race because of ill health. All campaigns are covered primarily on a statewide basis, although national elections may be highlighted through the printed reference materials.
    The personal correspondence mentions many civic, personal and business-oriented organizations to which Knight belonged or by whom he was cited. Some material concerns his early life and education and family matters.
    The collection should be of interest to the contemporary historian as it reflects the wake of New Deal politics in California, the impact of unamericanism within the state and the nation, and the rise of a new ecological awareness. Many of the issues raised during the Knight years became the foundations of contemporary problems facing not only California, but the United States as a whole. The correspondence gives substantial insight into the social attitudes of the 1950's.
    Materials from the second accession of the Goodwin Knight Papers (M0245) have been incorporated into this larger collection (M0244) of Knight materials. These additions have been noted in the series and subseries descriptions where they occur.
    Some of the materials in this section overlap Part I (M0244); the majority, however, pertains to the period from 1958 to 1970. Personal and political correspondence have not been separated. "Personality" files dealing with certain important political figures have been intreduced, which include correspondence and related materials.
    The tone of this second segment of the Knight Papers is primarily political and often reflects Knight's political clashes within ghe Republican Party. Much of the material here will provide invaluable information to the contemporary politcal scientist and historian.

    Organization

    Data organization: Nine series: 1. Correspondence, 1896-1970. 2. Printed Reference Materials, 1946-1958. 3. Clippings, 1948-1970. 4. Condolences, 1952. 5. Scrapbooks, 1944-1958. 6. Books. 7. Audio-visual Materials. 8. Photographs. 9. Memorabilia.

    Name Index

    GOODWIN J. KNIGHT PAPERS
    Aberle, Fred (Chmn. Rep. Finance Com.) 1-1; 6-52; 9-64
    Abshire, Presley (1892-) CS 14-94; 20-127; 24-142; 79-728; 94-920; 115-1147
    Acheson, Dean (1893-) Secy. of State 26- 149
    Adams, Henry R. 14-94; 20-127; 30-199
    Adams, Sherman (1899-1959) Asst. to Pres. 55-381; 56-391
    Agricultural Council of America 9-64; 45-284
    Ahmanson, Howard 30-199; 35-235; 46-293; 86-823; 92-902; 93-915; 99-957; 99-959; 100-960; 103-1004; 108-1069; 110-1089
    Alaska (Gov. E. Gruening) 20-127
    Alderman, Robert G. 4-33; 6-52; 9-64; 14-94; 20-127; 35-235; 74-702; 85-816
    Aldrich, Winthrop W. (1885-) US amb. to GB 107-1046
    Alioto, Joe 121-1200
    Allen, Don A.- councilman 7th d. 6-52; 14-94; 35-235; 41-266; 74-702; 91-890
    Allen, John Jr. (1899-) USHR 99-958; 109-1078
    Allen, Mildred P. - secy, of state Conn. 57-397B
    Allott, Gordon (1907-) Lt. Gov. Colo. 79-728
    Alpha Delta Phi 9-64; 18-112; 41-266; 94-920
    Altman, Joseph - mayor, Atlantic City 103-1006
    Alvera', Pierluigi - consul gen. Italy 91-891; 103-1005; 112-1113
    Alward, Fred S. - Lt. Gov. Nevada 14-94
    American Legion 1-1; 2-9; 6-52; 9-64; 14-94; 18-112; 24-142; 30-199; 41-266
    Anderson, Jack Z. (1904-) 1-1; 4-33; 35-235; 91-890 USHR
    Anderson, Victor E. (1902-1962) Gov. Neb. 55-383; 119-1190
    Andichou, Hazel (see also: Cal. Fed. of Womens Clubs) 20-127; 28-178; 79-728
    Angel, Eduardo Zuleta - amb. of Columbia 94-916
    Annenberg, Walter (1908-) P 79-728; 98-951, 954; 103-1004 US amb. GB 103-1004
    Archbald, Harry R. - J 1-1; 30-199
    Archbishop of LA: 121-1199
    Armacost, George H. - pres. Redlands 79-728
    Arn, Edward F. 85-813
    Arnebergh, Roger - city atty. LA 6-52; 41-266; 79-728; 108-1066
    Arnold, Edward (1890-1956) E 102-992
    Aronson, J. Hugo (1891-) Gov. Mont. 55-383; 104-1018
    Aronson, Louis V. II - pres. Ronson Corp. 102-983; 104-1010; 110-1088
    Arthur, Chester (see also: RP) 46-291; 55-383; 56-392; 57-397A,B
    Ashton, Robert R. (LP) 20-127; 102-984
    Astor, Mary (1906-) E 74-670
    Atherton, Warren - R. opponent of gjk 1958 30-199; 108-1067
    Auchincloss, James C. (1885-) 35-235; 79-728
    Avery, Russ - J 1-1; 6-52; 74-702
    Ayash, Naim - Gov. No. Lebanon 83-741
    Azevedo, Clarence - myr. Sacto. 110-1089
    Baboe, Roeslan - consul Indonesia 102-987
    Backstrand, L.M. Lee (1899-) CA 91-894
    Baer, Markell C. - Ala. Co. RA 1-2; 6-53; 9-65; 20-128; 24-142; 28-178; 35-236; 77-703; 79-729B; 85-818
    Bailey, F. Bruce - myr. Paso Robles, see also... 1-2; 9-65; 14-95; 24-142; 28-178; 77-703
    Baker, G. Conrad (see: RP Santa Clara Co. CC)
    Baker, Glenn R. - campaign mgr. 1-2; 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 20-128; 24-142; 26-150; 30-200; 35-236; 41-267; 77-703; 79-729B; 85-819; 86-823; 87-837
    Baker, W. - 87-837 [re Nivan]
    Baldwin, John F. (1915-1966) USHR 99-957; 99-958
    Bancroft, Philip - J 4-33; 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 24-142; 35-236; 41-267; 77-703; 79-729A
    Barcome, John - LA Rep CC 9-65; 41-267
    Barnes, Stanley N. (1900-) Asst. US Atty. Gen. 41-267
    Barrett, Douglas - secy. to gjk 101-970(fr. C. Arthur); 106-1043
    Barrett, Frank A. (1892-1962) Gov./USS Wyo. 91-894
    Barson-
    Baxter, Leone (see also: Whitaker and Baxter, campaign mgrs.) 1-2; 28-178; 35-236; 46-290
    Beaver, Jack A. (1918-) CA 91-894; 102-986
    Beck, Martin - EE Mines 74-649; 74-650; 77-703; 91-895; 94-916; 118-1173
    Bee, Carlos (1917-) CA 108-1070
    Beek, Joseph A. (1895-) secy. CS 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 20-128; 30-200; 45-283; 118-1174
    Beery, Ben - atty. 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 30-200
    Behrens, Earl Squire C. 1-2; 9-65; 30-200; 77-703; 85-818; 97-945; 118-1174
    Bell, Dorothy Hewes - MAHS 1-2; 6-53; 30-200; 86-823
    Bell, Frank O. - US Marshall 41-267; 79-729A
    Bell, Herbert - Packard/Bell 35-236
    Bell, Homer H. - US asst. Atty 6-53
    Bell, Robert S. 79-729A
    Belli, Melvin - L 103-1005
    Belling, Max 24-142; 35-236; 41-267; 103-1004; 115-1149
    Belotti, Frank P. 35-236; 41-267 CA
    Ben Gurion, David (1886-1974?) PM Israel 35-236
    Bence, Ruth (see also: San Diego R. W.) 1-2; 6-53; 9-65
    Bennett, Wallace F. (1898-) USS 30-200
    Benny, Jack (1894-) E 35-236; 79-729A; 83-752; 110-1089
    Benson, Ezra Taft (1899-) secy. of Agric. 55-381; 79-729A
    Beran, A. - Gov. Israel 79-729A (see also: Biran...?)
    Berkeley, Earl 77-703
    Bernheim, Louis - Contra Costa RCCC 24-142; 28-178
    Berry, Charles F. - campaign mgr. 1946 1-3
    Berry, John S. - San Bernardino Co. RA 77-703
    Berry, Swift (1887-) CS 79-729B; 92-902
    Biersach, W. L. (Uncle Bill) 83-750; 85-812; 91-900; 93-911; 108-1070
    Biggs, Reginald H. - vp Emporium 55-381
    Biran, Avraham - consul gen. Israel 91-895
    Biscailuz, Eugene W. - LA sheriff 4-33; 20-128; 35-236; 79-727
    Black, Charles A. 79-729B
    Blackwell, Kenneth F. - USHR 30-200
    Blair, James T. Jr. (1902-1962) Gov. Missouri 119-1190
    Bogart, Humphrey Mrs.: Lauren Becall (1924-) E 109A-1077A cond.
    Bonanno, Frank - San Jose Mercury 79-729A
    Boncan, Marcello T. - vice-consul Philippines 6-53
    Bonelli, Frank G. (1906-) CA 83-745
    Bonelli, William G. (1895-) Cal. St. Bd. of Equalization 1-3; 9-65; 14-95; 20-128; 30-200; 35-237; 83-745
    Bonpane, Blase 79-729A; 91-900
    Boud, Ernest J. - councilman San Diego 1-3
    Bowron, Fletcher - myr. LA/J 1-3; 6-53; 35-237; 89-868 (see also: Doherty, F.)
    Boyd, Philip L. (1900-) CA 6-53; 14-95; 20-128; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 83-745
    Bradford, George - investor/campaign 1950 24-142; 35-237
    Bradley, Clark L. (1908-) CA 79-729B; 108-1071
    Bradley, Omar (Gen.) (1893-) 90-874 (Slater)
    Bradley, Willis (1884-1954) USHR/CA 9-65; 35-237; 79-729B
    Brady, Bernard R. (1912-) CA 9-65; 28-178; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 45-284
    Bramblett, Ernest K. (1901-) USHR 6-53; 20-128; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 79-729B; 86-825; 102-986; 119-1187
    Brand, Edward R. - J 4-33; 6-53; 14-95; 35-237
    Brand, Harry 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 20-128; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 79-729B; 83-750; 86-823; 89-860; 91-894; 91-900; 93-911; 103-1004; 109-1071A; 114-1130; 116-1162; 116-1163
    Braniff, T. E. (1883-1954) Braniff Intl. Airways 35-237
    Braunschweiger, Walter - exec. vp Bk. of America 91-893
    Breed, Arthur H. (1903-) CS 1-3; 6-53; 9-65; 14-95; 24-142; 28-178; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 79-729A; 83-750; 91-900; 93-909; 106-1043; 116-1155; 118-1174
    Brennan, Bernard (see also: RP) 14-95; 41-268; 79-729B; 91-895;
    Brennan, Edward J. - vice-consul Ireland 100-966
    Brennan, Raymond Lewis 6-53; 28-178; 35-237; 46-301
    Briggs, Sam - SU 9-65; 14-95; 20-128; 24-142; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 79-729B; 85-818; 102-986
    Britton, Barbara - E (see also: Mrs. E. Czukor) 20-128; 26-151; 30-200; 35-237
    Brown, Charles (1889-) CS 20-128
    Brown, Edmund G. Pat (1905-) Gov. Calif. 20-128; 26-151; 30-200; 77-703; 91-894; 99-957; 114-1134; 118-1174
    Brown, H. Q. 79-729B
    Brown, Herbert - MAHS 77-703
    Brownell, Herbert Jr. (1904-) US Atty. Gen. 100-964; 107-1051; 114-1130
    Budde, Henry F. - P 77-703; 91-895; 111-1095
    Bulen, Edwin S. (1897-) CA 79-729A
    Bull, Ingall D. - J 79-729B; 83-745; 85-799
    Bullock, Georgia P. - Califs. first woman judge 109-1077
    Bunche, Ralph 121-1199
    Burke, Montival A. CA 79-729B
    Burkett, William A. (1913-) Supt. of Banks 85-818; 102-985; 103-1004; 104-1009; 109-1071A; 118-1174
    Burns, Hugh M. (1902-) CS 9-65; 30-200; 35-237; 41-268; 79-729B; 108-1066
    Burns, Michael J. (1887-1949) CS 14-95
    Busch, Burt (1904-) 14-95; 41-268; 79-729B
    Busch, James E. - SU/CS 91-894; 91-895; 115-1149; 118-1173
    Busterud, John A. (1921-) CA 108-1070
    Button, A. Ronald (1903-) SU/Ca. Treasurer 57-397B; 85-818; 91-895; 97-946; 98-954; 98-955; 98-956; 99-957; 99-958; 98-959; 100-964; 103-1006; 108-1070
    Byrd, Harry F. (1887-1966) USS 1-3
    Byrne, Paul L. 79-729A; 115-1149
    Caen, Herb - columnist SF Chronicle 30-201; 35-238
    Cain, Harry P. USS 35-238
    Caldecott, Thomas W. (1914-) CA/J 35-238; 95-927; 99-957, 959; 100-960; 105-1032; 106-1043
    California State Bar Assn. 9-66
    California Board of Equalization (see also: Bonelli, W.) 9-66; 20-129
    California District Attorneys' Assn. 9-66
    California Fed. of Business and Prof. Women's Clubs 6-54; 9-66; 28-178
    California Medical Assn. 9-66
    California Optometric Assn. 20-129; 28-178
    California Press Assn. (see also: Gros, Robert, m.) 14-96
    California Republican Assly. see: Rep. Party - Assembly
    California-Washington Legislative Committee on Unamerican Activities 9-66
    Calkins, John U. (re: Cal. Natl. Guard) 6-54; 24-142; 28-178
    Call, Harrison (1898-) CA 14-96; 30-201; 77-704; 80-731
    Cameron, George T. (1873-1955) SF Chronicle 9-67; 14-96; 77-704
    Cannon, Paul see: Montana - Lt. Gov.
    Cantillon, John 80-731; 83-748; 86-820, 821
    Cantor, Eddie (1892-1964) E 35-238; 80-730; 91-896
    Cantwell, John J. - Archbishop LA 6-54
    Capra, Frank (1897-) MPI 30-201; 80-730; 87-836; 94-916; 103-1004
    Carleton, Frank E. - L 6-54; 9-67
    Carlson, Virginia (Mrs. Goodwin J. Knight) (1928-) 9-67; 35-238
    Carns, Charles Newell Newt-J 1-4; 6-54; 14-96; 30-201; 80-730; 86-820
    Carrillo, Leo (1910?-1961) 35-238; 41-269; 55-383; 80-731; 91-896; 91-897; 94-920
    Carrington, R. A. Jr. - P 100-965
    Carter, James M.- US Atty. LA 1-4
    Casey, J. Ward (1897-) CA 80-731
    Cauwenberg, W. Van - consul gen. Belgium 108-1059
    Caylor, Arthur - SF News 9-67; 35-238; 80-731
    Chace, Burton W. - myr. Long Beach (see also 11-73) 14-96; 28-178; 35-238; 80-730; 111-1094
    Chandler, Norman and Mrs. (1899-) P 35-238; 91-897 (see also: LA Times 1951)
    Chandler, Roscoe L.-SU 6-54
    Chapel, Charles Edward (1904-) CA 35-238; 92-901; 112-1119,
    Chapin, William Wallace (? - 1957) P 89-861; 105-1032; 109-1077; 118-1173
    Chatham, Thurmond (1896-1957) USHR 35-238; 80-730
    Cherniss, Sidney A. - LP 1-4; 6-54; 9-67; 14-96; 30-201; 35-238; 80-731; 86-820,821; 91-896,897; 94-916; 107-1047; 108-1069; 109-1073
    Chew, Elmer (descendant of Pa. family) 20-129
    Chorley, Kenneth - pres. of Col. Wmsburg. 110-1088
    Chotiner, Murray (1909-197) 1-4; 4-33; 6-54; 9-67; 14-96; 20-129; 28-178; 35-238; 47-321; 55-382; 77-704; 80-730 (see also: Bence, R.)
    Chotiner, Seymour J. 80-731; 86-821; 100-965; 109-1071A
    Christierson, S. V. (see also: Rep. Party - Monterey Co.) 24-142; 30-201; 35-238; 80-731; 86-820; 87-836
    Christofferson, E.S. - myr. Turlock 80-731; 115-1150
    Christopher, George (1907-) Myr. SF 24-142; 30-201; 35-238; 55-382; 57-397B; 91-896; 99-958
    Churchill, Winston (1874-1965) 77-704 (to) 77-704 From
    Clark, Herbert W. (1882-1964) 9-67 (lawyer in Spreckels case)
    Clarke, Thomas 80-730
    Clarke, Thurmond - J 1-4; 6-54; 9-67; 30-201; 56-391; 86-820,821; 91-896; 102-988
    Clarvoe, Frank A. (SF News) 77-704
    Clary, Owen J. - secy. state Michigan 80-731
    Cleaveland, Lon - advertising 9-67; 14-96; 20-129; 24-142; 77-704; 80-731; 87-836,837
    Clemens, Cyril 93-915
    Clement, Frank G. (1920-) 108-1062; 111-1095 Gov. Thennesses
    man, 12/9/38 103-1005
    Clyde, George D. (1898-) Gov. Utah 119-1190
    Cochran, Jessie Lee (Mrs. Burt) Pro America 6-54; 35-239; 80-730
    Coe, Eben E 55-381
    Coelho, Louis J. - L 1-5; 4-33; 9-67; 14-96; 28-178; 35-239; 92-902
    Cohn, Harry (Mrs.) 115-1154; 119-1187
    Collier, John L. E. Bud (1904-) CA 20-129; 30-201; 35-239; 119-1184
    Collier, Randolph (1902-) CS 9-67; 30-201; 35-239; 41-269
    Collins, George D. (1896-) CA 30-201; 35-239; 45-284
    Collins, LeRoy (1909-) Gov. Florida 103-1005; 110-1089
    Collins, Sam L. (1895-) CA 1-5; 14-96; 20-129; 28-178; 30-201, 35-239; 77-704
    Collins, Victor Ford - MPI 35-239
    Colman, Jesse C. - acting myr. SF under Lapham 1-5
    Congress of Industrial Organizations CIO/LA 9-67
    Connolly, Arthur H. Jr. CA 6-54; 9-67; 35-239
    Connolly, Leo V. - American Legion 6-54; 41-269
    Conrad, Charles J. (1909-) CA 35-239; 55-383; 56-391; 102-987; 109-1072; 118-1174
    Coogan, Jackie E 80-731
    Cooke, John B. (1885-) CA 35-239
    Cooley, Merriel E. 77-704; 80-730
    Cooley, Mrs. Pearl (Arvilla K.'s mother) 74-655; 74-656; 77-704
    Coolidge, Glen (1902-) CA 55-382; 56-391; 57-397B; 91-900; 99-957
    Coombs, Nathan F. (1881-) CS 14-96; 35-239; 106-1038
    Cooper, Leon M. LP 91-897
    Coquet, Benito - secy. to pres. of Mexico 116-1163
    Corbett, William J. - acting gov. Guam 55-383
    Corley, James H. - comptroller UC, see also... 6-54; 9-67; 86-833
    Cornell Club 9-67
    Cortinez, Ruiz (pres. of Mexico) 9-67; 35-239
    Costello, Lou (1908-1959) E 80-730; 6-54
    Cotton, Aylett B. J 1-5; 28-178
    Cottrell, Edwin A. (1881-1953) SU 77-704
    Council of State Governments 6-54; 9-67
    Cowell, Harvey H. - myr. Avalon 80-731
    Craig, George N. - Gov. Indiana 55-383; 87-836; 105-1027; 118-1174
    Craig, Robert Fenton - RCCC 1-5; 9-67; 106-1033; 109-1075
    Cramer, Howard K. (1903-) 9-67 CA
    Creedon, Daniel J. (1914-) 35-239; 80-731
    Cribbins, Walter W. (re: J. Roosevelt) 9-67; 14-96; 20-129
    Crittenden, Bradford S. (1876-) CS 9-67; 14-96; 20-129; 30-201; 35-239
    Crocker, Roy P. 100-965
    Crocker, W. W. (1893-1964) F 1-5; 80-730; 115-1152
    Crowley, Ernest C. (1896-) CA 14-96; 30-201; 35-239; 41-269
    Cummings, Robert (1910-) E k09-1072
    Cunningham, James E. - CS 35-239; 56-391; 87-836; 100-1072
    Cunningham, R. R. CS 9-67; 30-201; 35-239; 77-704
    Cunningham, T. J. 80-730
    Curler, Ben V. (1894-) J 9-67; 35-239; 77-704; 80-731
    Leland 109-1072, [4 letters]
    Cusanovich, Lou (1912-) CA 109-1072
    Czukor, Eugene and Barbara (Britton) (1899-) 30-201; 35-239; 41-269; 80-730;
    Dae-English, Harry Alonzo - consul of Paraguay 80-732
    Dafni, Reuven - consul of Israel 10-68
    Dahl, Walter I. (1909-) CA 86-827,828; 102-995; 110-1089
    Damgard, Theodore 55-381
    Daniel, Price (1910-) Governor Texas 119-1190, 119-1190
    Darby, Raymond V. - GJK opponent 1950 (? - 1953) 24-143; 36-240; 42-270
    Dargan, Vernon C. - Gulf Ins. Co. 14-97; 28-178; 36-240; 74-653; 74-659; 77-705; 86-827; 106-1034; 109A-1079; 109A-1080
    Daughters of the American Revolution 6-55; 42-270
    Davenport, Ed J. - councilman LA 10-68; 31-202; 42-270
    Davies, Lloyd G.-councilman LA 1-6; 14-97
    Davis, Edwin A. - CNPA 1-6
    Davis, M. Philip (1904-) CA 1-6; 31-202; 36-240
    Davis, Philip E. - DMV 31-202; 36-240
    Dawson, William (1903-) USHR 31-202
    Day, Elias (1896-) USS 80-732
    Deal, Edson H. (1903-) Lt. Gov. Idaho 42-270; 80-732
    Dean, James S. - Dir. of Finance 6-55; 10-68; 20-130; 36-240
    DeLap, T. H. (1885-) CS 6-55
    Demeo, Nick - L 10-68; 14-97; 24-143; 31-202; 36-240
    DeMille, Cecil B. (1881-1959) MPI 1-6; 36-240
    Demmon, George - myr. Vallejo 24-143
    Dempsey, Jack (1895-) prize fighter 1-6; 14-97; 36-240; 80-732; 91-900; 92-901; 109-1071A; 112-1113
    Dennison, Robert L. - Capt. USN 10-68 (re: Truman)
    Derounian, Steven B. (1918-) USHR 57-397B
    Desmond, Earl D. (1895-1956) CS 6-55; 20-130; 36-240; 80-732
    Deuel, Charles Mrs. 6-55 (re: Sen. Reuben Deuel's death)
    Dewey, Thomas E. (1902-) Gov. NY/Pres. contender (see also: Tennyson, S.) 4-33; 6-55; 10-68; 14-97; 20-130; 36-240; 77-705
    Dickey, Randal (1899-) CA 10-68; 31-202 36-240; 79-727; 80-732; 86-828
    Dickson, Edward A. (1879-1956) UC Regent 1-6; 36-240; 102-992
    Diefendorf, Fred - PR 1-6; 6-55; 10-68; 14-97; 20-130
    Dievendorff, H. H. (re: Tressider's death and Almon Roth) 10-68
    Dillinger, H. E. (1889-) CS 6-55; 10-68; 31-202; 36-240
    Dills, Ralph C. (1910-)CA 6-55
    Dilworth, Nelson S. - CS 6-55; 14-97; 20-130; 31-202; 36-240; 42-270; 83-756; 103-996; 109A-1080
    Dinkelspiel, J. W. 56-391; 99-958; 99-959; 102-985; 109A-1079
    Dirksen, Everett 31-205
    Disney, Walt -(1901-1966) MPI 55-383; 116-1161; see also: photos.
    Docking, George (1904-1964) Gov. Kansas 119-1190
    Dolwig, Richard J. (1908-) CA 6-55; 10-68; 14-97; 31-202; 36-240; 42-270; 80-732
    Dominguez, Adolfo G. - consul Mexico 6-55; 80-732
    Donnelly, Hugh P. (1890-) CS 36-240; 93-906
    Doolittle, James (1896-) 77-705; 83-764
    Dorsey, Jess R. (1877-) CS 6-55; 10-68; 28-178; 31-202; 86-827; 93-905; 108-1069; 109A-1079; 110-1089; 113-1129; 116-1156
    Downey, Sheridan (1884-1961) USS 14-97; 24-143; 26-152
    Downey, William W. - asst. to gov. Ill. - Stratton 113-1129
    *Doyle, Thomas J. (1879-) CA 36-240
    Doyle, Clyde (1887-1963) USHR 36-240
    Doyle, Don (1915-) CA 109-1071A; 109A-1079; 117-1168; 118-1174 121-1200
    Draklich, Nick A. - asst. to gov. of Guam (see also: RP/YRs) 14-97; 31-202; 36-240; 42-270; 87-837; 89-867; 104-1011
    Drinkwater, Terrell C. - Western AL 94-916; 108-1061
    Duffy, Clinton - warden SQ 6-55; 20-130; 31-202; 36-240; 42-270; 80-732
    Dugan, William - USS 1-6
    Dulles, Foster 42-276
    Dunn, Gordon G. - myr. Fresno 93-906; 109A-1079
    Durkce, Frank 66-523
    Dwinnell, Lane (1906-) gov. NH 55-383; 93-915; 103-1004
    Eaton, Cal and Katharine (boxing/father-in-law M. Knight) 1-7; 4-33; 15-98; 31-203; 93-907
    Eaton, Edward 93-911
    Eaton, Edwin - father of Cal Eaton 93-907
    Eaton, Hubert (? - 1966) 10-68; 15-98; 36-241; see also: Forest Lawn...
    Eaton, Robert A. and Marilyn (Knight) 15-98; 31-203; 36-241; 93-907; 93-911; 114-1146
    Eban, Abba (1915-) amb. of Israel 110-1088
    Eden, Anthony (1897-) PM/GB 31-203
    Edge, Walter Evans (1873-1956) gov. NJ 102-991 (re; death)
    Edmonds, Douglas L. (? - 1962) J/PAD 1-7; 6-55; 10-68; 31-203; 36-241; 77-706; 93-907; 93-908; 102-985 (joined Shattuck firm)
    Edwards, Ralph - This is Your Life 103-1005
    Eichler, Joseph L. - constr. engr. 31-203
    Eisenhower, Dwight David (1890-1969) President US 26-153; 55-381(photo); 26-154; 42-270; 76-681; 89-859; 91-895; 93-905; 107-1050; 112-1113; 118-1173 121-1200
    El-Khedrey, Abdel Moneim - consul gen. Egypt 93-908
    Elks (see also: Masons) 6-55; 28-178
    Elliot, John B. (1878-1967?) Re; Acheson controversy. 26-149; 36-241; 40-270
    Elvidge, Ford - gov. Guam 93-915
    Ely, Northcutt (1903-) L 91-893; 109-1074
    Eagle, Clair (1911-1964) USHR 31-203; 64-467 64-467
    Erhart, A. A. - CS 80-733; 93-908
    Erwin, Thomas M. (1896-) CA 15-98; 31-203; 36-241; 55-384; 80-733; 97-945; 100-965; 103-997, 1006
    Evans, John W. (1910-) CA 36-241
    Eyerman, J 86-829
    Fagg, Fred D. - pres. USC 10-69
    Fahs, Robert - RCCC/LA 36-242
    Falk, Harry 55-384; 56-391; 86-832
    Fanning, Michael D. - postmaster LA (see also: Mem. Cancer Hospital/USPO) 6-55; 20-130; 81-734; 89-870
    Faries, McIntyre - J 1-7; 10-69; 15-98; 20-130; 24-143; 28-178; 31-204; 36-242; 42-271; 81-734
    Faubus, Orval E. (1910-) gov. Ark. 110-1088; 111-1095
    Fayat, H. - for. trade min. Brussels 119-1190
    Ferguson, Homer (1889-) USS 6-55
    Fildew, Dick C. (re: Collins com.) 6-55; 10-69; 15-98; 36-242
    Finch, Robert H. 26-155; 36-242
    Fine, John S. (1893-) gov. Pa. 36-242; 81-734; 83-764; 87-836
    Firestone, Leonard K. 1-7
    Fischer, F. E. - myr. Beverly Hills 81-734
    Fisher, William - law clerk to GJK 6-55; 15-98; 31-204; 36-242; 42-271
    Fitts, Buron - DA/LA/MAHS 1-7; 36-242; 74-670; 81-734
    Fleming, Rhonda - E 42-271
    Fletcher, Charles R. - treasurer, Ike for Pres. 57-397A
    Fletcher, Ed. - CS 1-7; 42-271; 81-734; 83-764; 93-915
    Fleury, Gordon A. (1916-) CA 81-734
    Folsom, Marion B. - secy. HEW 119-1190
    Fortin, Dudley 1-7; 10-69; 103-999; 116-1163
    Foss, Joseph J. (1915-) gov. SD 55-383; 103-1005
    Fox, Lynn (1892-) SF Call-Bull./ J 1-7; 15-98; 36-242; 93-909; 93-910; 106-1035
    Fox, W. Turney 81-734; 83-759; 90-879; 103-999
    France. Consul General. Count de La Garde. 10-69
    Freeman, Orville L. (1918-) 118-1174
    Fricke, Charles W. - J (re: Crime Commission) 10-69; 31-204
    Fries, Jack O. - myr. Martinez 93-909
    Frye, Henry - SU 6-55; 10-69; 15-98
    Furcolo, Foster (1911-) gov. Mass. 116-1163
    Gaffney, Edward (1897-) CA 36-243
    Gaffney, Mrs. E.P. (see also: Cal. Adult Auth.) 15-98; 21-131; 28-178; 31-205; 36-243?
    Galmarino, Claud 81-735
    Cambord, Terry 10-70 (see also: Dafni, R. - Zionist)
    Gannon, Chester - CA 78-708
    Gardiner, David Charles - SU 1-8
    Garland, John Jewett (son of Wm. May Garland) 1-8; 36-243; 81-735; 98-954; 105-1030; 115-1154
    Garland, Judy (1922-19) E 36-243
    Gary, Raymond (1908-) gov. Okla. 93-915; 96-940; 101-967; 105-1027; 110-1088; 111-1095; 118-1173
    Gearhart, Bertrand Bud - (1890-1955) 26-149; 31-205; 42-272
    Geddes, Ernest R. (1893-) CA 21-131; 31-205; 36-243; 42-272; 81-735; 83-763; 86-835; 91-893
    Gendel, Sam 15-98; 31-205; 36-243; 42-272; 45-282; 91-900; 103-1002; 109-1077A; 110-1088; 110-1089; 116-1160
    Giannini, Amadeo P. and Mario - F 4-33; 4-34; 7-56; 10-70; 15-98; 31-205; 36-243; 78-708 (see also: Crusade for Freedom)
    Amadeo: 1870-1949
    Mario: 1894-1952
    Gibson, Luther, (1898?-) CS 118-1182; 36-243
    Gibson, Phil S. - J 1-8; 21-131; 28-178; 36-243
    Gilliland, Margaret P. - MAHS/SU 78-708
    Gillis, Mabel R. (Cal. State Librarian re: Good's Budget...) 7-56; 10-70
    Gilroy (see also: Milias, G.) 7-56
    Gitelson, Alfred - LP/J 1-8; 7-56; 10-70; 15-98; 21-131; 31-205; 36-243; 42-272; 45-284; 83-764; 86-823; 90-874; 91-900; 93-913; 94-916; 94-920; 110-1088; 116-1160; 119-1187
    Gitelson, Ashton, Hagenbaugh and Murphy - LA law firm/GJK 81-735
    Gock, A. J. (? - 1962) 1-8; 31-205; 36-243
    Goldstein, Gustave -L 1-8; 7-56; 31-205; 78-708; 81-735; 102-983
    Goldstein, Louis L. - pres. Senate Md. 110-1086
    Goldstein, Matt - L/SU 1-8; 4-33; 4-34; 7-56; 10-70; 21-131; 28-178; 78-708; 81-735; 103-1003
    Good win,
    Gordon, Walter A. - gov. NC 55-383
    Gossett, Joseph O. - RCCC 1-8; 15-98; 31-205; 36-243; 42-272
    Gould, Mrs. Jay III - 87-836
    Grace De Monaco, 121-1197
    Grady, Henry F. (1882-1957) diplomat 109-1077
    Graham, Billy (1918-) evangelist 21-121; 94-916; 118-1174, 118-1174
    Granas, Mort - MAHS 10-70; 15-98; 21-131
    Grant, William S. - CA 117-1172
    Graves, Richard (1906-) 46-299; 46-303
    Gregory, Raymond H. - myr. San Bernardino 91-900
    Griffin, Marvin (1907-) gov. Georgia 110-1086; 118-1174
    Groman, Harry- funeral director 15-98; 21-131; 28-178; 86-835
    Gros, Robert R. - vp PGE (1914-) 7-56; 10-70; 15-98; 36-243; 42-272
    Gruening, Ernest see: Alaska - Gov. (1887-)
    Grunsky, Donald L. (1915-) CA 31-205; 36-243; 42-272
    Gubser, Charles S. (1916-) USHR 36-243; 56-391; 57-397B; 81-735; 83-762; 99-957,958; 103-1003
    Gubser, Joseph 15-98
    Hadow, Sir Robert Henry - consul gen. GB 87-839
    Hage dorn-H 49-349
    Hagen, Harlan (1914-) 42-273 USHR
    Hagenbaugh, Van A. - LP 37-244; 107-1046
    Hagerty, James C. (1909-) press secy. to Pres. 1955 97-946
    Hahn, Gordon R. (1919-) CA 31-206; 37-244; 42-273 (see also: Pepperdine C.)
    Halbert, Sherrill - J 81-736
    Haley, Jack (1902-) E 81-736; 115-1154
    Hall, Fred (1916-) gov. Kansas 101-967; 55-383
    Hall, Harvey - registrar SU 100-964
    Hall, J. P. - Western Mining Council 83-766; 87-838,839; 99-959; 104-1007
    Hall, Leonard W. - RNC 98-954
    Hamilton, Wilbur A. - USHR 104-1007
    Handley, Harold W. (1908-) gov. Indiana 110-1088
    Hanley, Donald A. - councilman Palo Alto 45-284
    Hanley, Herbert - see also: SF RCCC 2-9; 4-33,34; 7-56; 10-71; 15-100; 21-132; 31-206; 37-244; 42-273; 45-283; 78-709; 87-838; 97-950; 98-951; 99-957; 102-985; 104-1007; 105-1032; 110-1090; 112-1119
    Hanley, James M. 15-100; 31-206; 37-244
    Hanley, John M. 83-750; 106-1043
    Hanna, Byron C. - L 15-100; 31-206
    Hansen, William W. (1897-) CA 28-178; 37-244; 42-273; 81-736; 105-1032; 119-1190
    Hardy, Rex - Calif. PUC 104-1008
    Harmon, Lloyd M. - myr. Coronado 81-736
    Harriman, Wm. Averell (1891-) gov. NY/US amb. 111-1095
    Harthorn, C. Leon - RCCC 24-144; 28-178
    Hass, Ewing (see also: Ca. - Controller) 10-71; 31-206; 37-244; 42-273
    Hartfield, George J. (1887-1953) CS 2-9; 7-56; 21-132; 31-206; 37-244; 42-273; 81-736; 84-765
    Hathaway, Parker - mgr. San Jose 84-766
    Hayes, Elystus L. Dit - P/SU 10-71; 37-244
    Hayes, Gene - Calif. Farm Bureau Fed. 7-56
    Heard, Don H. - asst. Atty. Gen. Texas 37-244
    Hearst, David W., Randolph A., John R. and Wm. Randolph(1908-) P 2-9; 7-56; 10-71; 15-100; 21-132; 31-206; 37-244; 78-709; 81-736; 96-946; 110-1090; 115-1154
    Hegland, Sheridan N. - CA 94-917; 104-1007; 104-1008; 105-1032; 110-1090; 111-1095; 117-1166
    Heintzleman, B. Frank (1888-) gov. Alaska 55-383
    Heinze, Robert A. - warden Folsom 7-56
    Heiskell, Andrew - P 103-1004
    Helms, Paul - baker 10-71; 15-100; 31-206; 37-244; 87-836,838; 92-902; 94-916; 103-1004; 109-1077A
    Hendrea, H. H. - myr. Sacramento 94-918
    Hershberger, Dick, Jane and Emma - relatives of VK 81-736; 87-838; 91-900; 104-1007; 110-1090; 115-1150; 118-1174
    Hershberger, Ted and Lee and Bruce Allen 102-985
    Hersholt, Jean (Mrs/Mr) (1886-1956) MPI 37-244
    Herter, Christian A. (1895-1966) gov. Mass. 55-383; 83-764; 94-920
    Hess, Lynford 78-709
    Hewitt, Frank B. 15-100; 21-132; 31-206; 42-273
    Hews, Hayd 31-206
    Hichborn, Franklin - historian 15-100; 31-206; 106-1034
    Hiestand, Edgar W. (1888-) USHR 37-244; 99-958
    Hill, Clair A. - chmn. Water Res. Bd. 104-1008
    Hill, Glad W IN 121-1199
    Hiller, Stanley Jr. - Hiller Aircraft, PA 31-206
    Hillings, Patrick J. (1923-) USHR 26-149; 31-206; 37-244; 87-838; 99-958
    Hilton, Conrad N. (1887-) hotelier 37-244; 81-736,
    Hinckley, Stewart (1902-) CA 7-56; 37-244
    Hinman, Nelson E. - Sen. chaplain 15-100; 21-132; 24-144; 95-927
    Hinshaw, Carl (1894-) USHR 42-273; 99-958
    Hobbie, Don (1902-1955) CA 81-736; 94-917
    Hoffman, Verne W. (1895?-) CS 31-206; 37-244; 42-273
    Hollibaugh, Jonathan (1891-) CA 2-9; 7-56; 37-244; 42-273
    Hollywood Republican Committee, Geo. Murphy Pres. (see also: RP) 7-56; 28-178
    Holt, Joseph F. (1924-) USHR 37-244; 99-958
    Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964) President US 15-100 (m. SU); 94-920; 110-1090, 110-109
    Hope, Bob (Leslie Townes) (1904-) E 55-382; 81-736
    Horn, Clayton W. - RCCC 2-9; 10-71; 37-244; 94-918
    Horn, Frank 74-649 (re: Mine)
    Hosmer, Craig (1915-) USHR 37-244; 84-768
    Hotchener, Henry - mgr. John Barrymore 2-9
    Houlehan and Brown 81-736
    House, Earl L. (Lt. Col. ret.) - SU 31-206; 37-244; 110-1091, 116-1163
    Houser, Frederick F. (1904-)J 10-71; 21-132; 28-172; 31-206; 37-244; 78-709; 83-750
    Howser, Fred N. (1905-) Atty. Gen. Calif. 15-100; 21-132; 31-206; 78-709; 83-750
    Hoyt, T
    Hubbard, Paul B. (see also: Randsburg Times) 10-71; 15-100; 21-132; 24-144
    Hughes, Patrick - consul Ireland 100-966; 102-991
    Huls, Harold P. - J/PUC 2-9; 28-178; 37-244; 42-273; 78-709; 81-736; 84-765
    Hulse, Ben - CS (1894-) 78-709; 94-917; 104-1007
    Humphrey, George M. (1890-1970) secy. of Treasury 101-968
    Humphrey, Hubert 121-1199
    Hunter, Oakley (1916-) USHR 42-273
    Hurlbut, John B. - SU 2-9; 28-178
    Hurley, Edgar S. - CS 81-736
    Husain, Mohammed Akim - consul gen. India 37-244; 86-822
    Husain, S. Itaat - consul gen. Pakistan 94-918
    Hutton, Frank LP 74-667A
    Hynes, John B. - mayor Boston 37-244
    Idaho (state) see also: Edson Deal 43-274
    India (amb.) Asaf Ali 10-72
    Interstate Cooperation Commission 7-57; 43-274
    Iowa (state) Leo Elthon, Lt. Gov. 43-274
    Irvin, Robert L. 43-274 (Tidelands issue)
    Israel (consul) re: death of Weizmann 37-245
    Ives, Herbert 82-738
    Jackson, Donald L. (1910-) USHR 7-57; 10-72; 21-133; 28-178; 37-245; 45-274; 82-739; 99-958
    Jackson, Hugh (1891-) SU 82-739
    Jacobsen, Phil - J/SU 7-57; 37-245; 84-769
    James, Sidney L. - ed. Time 2-10
    Jeffries, James J. (? - 1953) prize fighter 2-10; 32-207; 37-245
    Jergins, A. T. - oil mfr. 10-72; 28-178; 32-207; 95-921; 118-1173
    Jessel, George E. - E 10-72; 82-739; 103-1005; 118-1182,
    Jewish Affairs see various organizations under this heading
    Jimerson, Royal - ed. SF Examiner 2-10
    Johnson, Charles G. - Ca. Treasurer 2-10; 10-72; 15-101; 21-133; 37-245; 78-711; 90-875; 90-877
    Johnson, E. M. - Telluride 2-10
    Johnson, Ed C. - CS 37-245; 82-739
    Johnson, Edwin C. (1884-1970) Gov. Colo. 96-940; 103-1004
    Johnson, Gardiner - L 10-72; 21-133; 28-178; 32-207; 37-245; 78-711; 93-912
    Johnson, Harold T. (1907-) CS 82-739
    Johnson, Hiram III (1886-1945) 15-101 m. Meyer Lissner; 43-274; 82-739
    Johnson, Joseph B. (1893-) Gov. Vt. 55-383; 93-915
    Johnson, Leroy (1888-1961) USHR 99-958
    Johnson, Lillian (see also: San Diego Rep. Wmn./SD Race Relations Soc.) 2-10; 7-57; 10-72; 15-101; 78-711
    Johnson, Seth J. (1901-) 95-922; 104-1012
    Jolson, Al (1886-1950) E 10-72
    Jones, Clifford A. (1912-) Lt. Gov. Nev. 7-57; 82-739; 84-768
    Jones, RAYMOND father
    Jordan, Frank M. (1888-1970) see also: Secy. of State Ca. 2-10; 4-33,34; 7-57; 9-66; 10-72; 15-101; 21-133; 32-207; 37-245; 56-393; 78-711; 91-893; 82-739; 87-842; 94-920; 103-1005,1006,103-1005
    Juda, Felix - stock broker 7-57; 37-245; 78-711; 82-739; 104-1012;
    Judah, H. R. (1882-) CS 15-101; 32-207; 37-245; 43-274
    Kaiser, Henry J. (1882-1967) 10-72; 13-84; 16-102; 21-133; 28-178; 32-208; 37-245; 43-274; 55-381; 82-740; 94-916; 103-1004; 109-1071A; 111-1099
    Kalenborn, Emma H. 2-10 re: Fred Glover and Morrell (trustee) Stanford
    Katsuno, Yasusuki - consul gen. Japan 105-1025
    Kaufman, Herbert C. - J 79-727; 88-845; 95-923
    Keane, Walter - artist; 103-1006
    Keating, Thomas F. (1905-) CS/J 10-72; 16-102; 32-208; 37-245
    Keesling, Francis V. - L 2-10; 4-33,34; 21-133; 32-208; 44-279; 100-964 (Wilson)(Kendall)
    Kegley, Paul - Palo Alto businessman 43-276; 82-740
    Keil, Edward D. 2-10 re: Diefendorf and Horn
    Keller, Helen (1880-1968) 107-1049
    Kelley, Pat (1902-) CA 82-740; 87-844
    Kelly, Earl Lee - VP BofA 16-102; 28-178; 32-208; 37-244; 43-274; 78-712; 110-1088; 111-1098
    Kelner, Joseph 121-1200
    Kempff, Guenther - consul gen. Germany 95-924; 117-1170
    Kennedy, Arthur W. - L 78-712
    Kennedy, Robert- 118-1173
    Keyes, Johnny - cousin of GJK 16-102; 21-133; 32-208; 82-740; 107-1046,1047,1050; 117-1170; 118-1174
    Kiang, Yi Seng, Dr. - consul gen. China 82-740
    Killion, George - pres. Am. Pres. Lines 102-991
    Kilpatrick, Vernon (1887-) CA 10-72
    Kilroy, Grace A. - GJK's secy. 16-102
    Kimber, Benjamin J. - see also: Modesto Tribune 16-102; 21-133; 32-208; 95-923; 111-1095
    King, Cecil R. (1898-) USHR 37-245 (re: Finch and Tidelands) see also: Frank M. Avery
    King, Edith J. - Hobart G. S. teacher 2-10; 32-208; 37-245; 82-740
    King, Elmer R. - MAHS 10-72; 21-133; 32-208 re: Knowland; 37-245
    King, Samuel Wilder (1886-1959) Gov. Hawaii 55-383; 93-915; 94-920; 104-1010; 111-1094
    King, William H. (1863-1949) USS 74-659; 74-687
    Kirkwood, Robert C. (1909-) see also: Calif. - Controller 37-245; 82-740; 111-1098
    Klein, Julius Brig. Gen. 89-859
    Kleinberger, Al - MAHS/campaigner 2-10; 7-57; 10-72; 37-245; 45-282; 94-916; 95-923
    Kleinberger, Ray 2-10 see also: LA Civic League, 16-103 (brother of above)
    Kleiser, George W. - Foster & Kleiser Signs 32-208
    Klocksiem, Herbert R. - CA 37-245; 82-740; 86-835; 88-845; 114-1130
    Knezevich, John -Palos Verdes News 83-764; 100-965; 111-1098; 112-1113; 117-1170; 118-1174
    Knight, Arvilla 74-657; 74-676
    Knight, Carolyn 85-812
    Knight, Dolly Irma Land (see also: Land) 74-687; 78-712, 78-712()
    Knight family 74-653; 109-1071A
    Knight, J. William and Jeanne B. (uncle/aunt, Provo) 2-10; 10-72; 32-208; 37-245; 93-911
    Knight, Jess (father) 74-649,650; 74-670; 74-672; 74-687; 78-712
    Knight, John B. 88-845
    Knight, Leo J. (cousin) 21-133; 37-245; 78-712
    Knight, Lillie (mother) 74-687, 74-687
    Knight, Martha 74-676
    Knight, Richard (son of J. Wm.) 87-844; 93-911; 102-992; 111-1098
    Knight, T. Fenton - CA 10-72; 32-208; 37-245; 43-274; 45-284; 89-868
    Knight, Will and Jennie 74-659; 78-712; 82-740
    Knights of Columbus 7-57; 10-72
    Knopf, Alfred A. (1892-)P 16-102
    Knowland, Joseph R. (1873-1966) P 2-10; 4-33,34; 21-133; 37-245; 43-274; 78-712; 99-958,959; 118-1173
    Knowland, William Fife (1908-1974) USS 2-10; 4-33,34; 7-57; 10-72; 16-102; 21-133; 26-149; 32-208; 37-245; 43-274; 56-391; 57-397B; 84-771; 94-918; 94-920; 111-1099, 111-1099
    Kohler, Walter J. (1904--) Gov. Wisc. 103-1005; 55-383
    , E. (121-1200)
    Kraft, Fred - CS 7-57; 10-72; 16-102; 32-208; 37-245; 43-274; 45-283; 56-391; 82-740; 87-844; 88-845; 103-1005; 106-1038; 108-1054; 117-1164
    Kuchel, Thomas H. (1910-)Ca. Controller 10-72; 37-245; 43-274; 56-391; 57-397B; 82-140; 99-958; 113-1125, 113-1125
    Lake, Alexander - ghost for GK 26-157; 32-209; 43-275
    Lamport, Harry B. and Warren D. - MAHS/Pt. Seattle 11-73; 37-246
    Land, Bruce K. (nephew) 16-103; 21-134; 32-209; 43-275; 78-713; 93-911
    Land, Dolly K. (sister) (see also: Knight) 2-11; 16-103; 32-209; 37-246; 43-275; 74-659; 74-688; 78-713; 85-812; 93-911; 108-1065; 109-1071A
    Landsberg, Klaus (Mrs.) 102-991
    Langlie, Arthur B. (1900-1966) Gov. Wash. 55-383; 57-397B; 95-926; 101-967; 101-968; 103-1004; 108-1054; 118-1173
    Lanterman, Frank (1901-) CA 37-246; 88-855; 105-1023
    Lapham, Roger D. (1883-1966) mayor SF 78-713
    Lasky, Victor - MPI 32-209; 84-776
    Lea, John F. 11-73; 16-103; 21-134; 37-246 (see also: Ca. Senate)
    Leader, George M. (1918-) Gov. Pa. 94-920; 95-926; 110-1088; 111-1094; 118-1174
    League of California Cities 11-73
    Lee, J. Bracken (1899-) Gov. Utah 37-246; 55-383; 103-1005
    LeGuia, Carlos - consul gen. Peru 104-1013
    Leiser, William - SF Chronicle 95-926
    Levering, Harold K. (1894-) CA 16-103; 21-134; 32-209; 37-246; 43-275; 84-775; 88-847; 106-1043; 111-1100; 119-1184
    Levering, N. T. - CS Jl. Clerk 95-927; 109-1077A
    Levitt, Charles 43-275
    Lewis, Ted - SU 16-103
    Lincoln, L. H. (1914-) CA speaker 84-775; 110-1084; 117-1171
    Lind burgh - 95-926
    Lindsay, Francis C. (1914-) CA 103-1006; 112-1119
    Linkletter, Art (1912-) E 118-1174
    Lipscomb, Glenard P. (1915-) USHR (see also: Rep. Pty.) 11-73; 37-246; 84-775; 99-958
    Lissner, Louis M. - L 43-275; 98-951; 99-957; 100-964
    Lissner, Meyer - L m.15-101
    Lissner, Richard Louis - SU 11-73
    Lockwood, Russell N. - advertiser 2-11; 37-246; 46-290,291,297
    Lodge, Henry CABOT - 43-281
    London - Lord Mayor of (name illegible) 111-1095
    Long Beach (seealso: Chace, B., myr.) 11-73
    Los Angeles Board of Supervisors (R. Darby, chmn.) 11-73
    Los Angeles County Sheriff - E. Biscailuz 11-73
    Luckel, Frank (1888-) CA 2-11; 16-103; 21-134; 28-178; 32-209; 37-246; 43-275; 45-283,284; 55-382; 84-775; 88-846; 847; 89-868; 95-927; 97-946; 98-951; 99-957; 100-960,963; 110-1086; 111-1101; 112-1119
    Luckey, Henry C. (1868-1956) USHR 103-1005
    Lusk, Freeman - commentator 84-776; 89-868; 95-926; 104-1014; 118-1173
    Lynch, Thomas R. - L 7-58; 32-209; 43-275; 78-713
    Lynn, George T. - campaign coordinator 1953 79-727
    Lyon, Charles W. (1887-) CA 32-209; 37-246; 43-275; 78-713
    Lyon, Ray B. 78-713
    Mabbut, Col. Charles J. (re: State Boxing Commission) 7-58; 38-247
    MacArthur, Douglas (1880-1964) US Army Gen. 26-158 117-1167 117-1167
    Madsen, Val 11-74; 38-247; 43-276
    Magnin, Cyril 91-900; 92-901; 109-1071A; 111-1094,1103
    Mahoney, Thomas R. (1896-) Sen. Oregon 32-210
    Maillard, William S. (1917-) USHR 38-247
    Makino, Roger - ambassador to Britain 84-780; 104-1010
    Malone, H. R. - CS 88-849
    Maloney, Thomas A. (1889-) CA 11-74; 32-210; 38-247; 43-276; 45-284; 86-823; 88-848; 90-889; 91-900; 92-901; 104-1017; 118-1174
    Mann, May - columnist, Hollywood 22-135; 95-930
    Manning, E. C. - Premier, Alta. 1952 38-247
    Frederick 77-694
    Marchant, H. S. - HBM Consul Gen. 111-1104
    Marchel - 121 1200
    Marchetti, Joseph - J 2-13; 22-135; 28-178; 38-247; 100-965
    Marin Conservation League 11-74
    Marin, Luis Munoz - Gov. Puerto Rico 94-916
    Marks, Milton (m. by R. G. Alderman 8-15-49) 14-94
    Marsh, William F. (1916-) CA 84-781; 88-849; 104-1018; 111-1103; 117-1172
    Martin, Edward (1879-1967) USS 57-397B
    Martin, Louella Parsons (?) 32-210
    Mason, Paul - LP/DMV Dir. 2-13; 7-58; 11-74; 16-104; 22-135; 24-145; 28-178; 38-247; 45-276; 46-304; 56-391 56,391 () 56/391 56/391
    Masons (see secondary organization titles also) 7-58; 11-78; 22-135; 28-178; 43-276
    Maxfield, Edyth R. (cousin) 11-74
    Mayer, Charles - P 103-1005
    Mayer, Louis B. (1885-1957) MPI 2-13; 4-33,34; 32-210; 38-247; 104-1017; 109-1077
    Mayo, Jesse M. (1903-1953) CS 22-135; 32-210; 38-247; 43-276
    Mayo, Walton D. - MPI 115-1154
    McAdoo, Alfred H. -L 74-650; 74-658,667A,688,690
    McBride, James - CS 11-75; 38-247; 111-1094; 117-1167
    MacBride, Thomas J. (1914-) CA 117-1172
    McCabe, H. - SF Chronicle 4-33,34
    McCabe, Hilton - L 11-75; 16-105; 38-247
    McCall, Dorothea - RSCC 11-75; 16-105; 38-247; 100-965
    McCall, Harrison H. - RA/LA 11-75; 24-145; 93-913; 99-957
    McCallister, R. H. 94-920
    McCarthy, John F. Jack (1924-) CS 38-247; 43-276; 104-1011; 119-1184
    McCarthy, Robert I. (1920-) CS 104-1011
    McClean, Cyril - L 7-59; 28-178; 38-247
    McCollister, Richard H. (1908-) CA 7-59; 16-105; 32-210; 38-247; 74-659; 88-851; 90-872; 95-934; 97-946; 103-1004; 104-1019; 111-1109; 112-1118; 116-1163
    McCormick, Georgette - San Diego Rep. Women 11-75; 38-247
    McCoy, Philbrick - J 7-59; 11-75; 28-178; 32-210; 38-247
    McDonough, Gordon L. (1895-) USHR 2-12; 11-75; 28-178; 32-210; 38-247; 56-391; 78-715; 99-958; 100-964
    McElroy, Neil H. (1904-1972) Secy. of Defense 119-1190
    McFarland, Ernest W. (1894-) Gov. Ariz. 103-1004; 104-1011; 110-1089; 111-1095
    McGee, Patrick D. (1916-) CA 38-247; 43-276; 46-300; 56-391; 88-852; 95-933
    McGucken, Joseph T. - Bishop of Sacto. 111-1105
    McIntosh, Ray - J 94-916
    Mack, Ted - E 22-135
    Meary, George 121-1199
    McKay, Douglas (1893-1959)
    McKeldin, Theodore R. (1900-) Gov. Md. 55-383; 93-915; 103-1004,1006; 107-1048; 110-1089; 111-1095; 111-1105; 117-1165
    McNichols, Steven (1914-) Gov. Colo. 113-1129; 119-1190
    McPhee, Chester 78-715
    Mecham, Edwin L. (1912-) Gov. N.M. 87-836; 111-1095; 114-1130; 116-1162
    Mellon, Thomas J. - pres. SF CofC 99-958; 104-1017
    Memorial Cancer Hospital (see also: Fanning, M.) 7-58; 11-74
    Memorial Committee (see also: American Legion/Phillips, P.) 7-58; 11-74
    Menjou, Adolphe - E 2-13; 7-58; 32-211; 102-992
    Menninger, William C. - Menninger Fdn. 43-276
    Merchants and Mfrs. Assn. (Shellenberger, G. - pres.) 7-58
    Merriam, Frank F. (1865-1955) Gov. Ca. 2-13; 16-104; 32-211; 38-247; 43-276; 74-689; 78-714; 92-902; 95-934 95-934
    Mesa, Manuel (see also: Mojica/Am. Legion/Latin Am.) 7-58; 119-1190
    Meyers, Charles W. (1921-) CA 45-284
    Meyers, Oscar 115-1147
    Meyner, Robert B. (1908-) 111-1095
    Mexican Patriotic Committee - Consul Gen. (see also: Villagran) 7-58
    Mexico (Cortines) 43-276
    Mickelson, George T. (1903-1965) Gov. S.D. 7-58
    Milias, George (see also: Gilroy) 2-13; 7-58; 11-74; 22-135; 24-145; 38-248; 104-1018; 109-1075
    Miller, George Jr. (1914-) CS 16-104; 26-159; 43-276
    Milner, Clara 11-74; 22-135; 43-276
    Mitchell, Lelia Ayer 78-714
    Modesto Tribune (see also: Kimber, B.) 7-58
    Mojica, Ralph (see also: Mesa/Am. Legion) 7-58
    Moley, Raymond Hon. 22-135; 43-276; (m.RMN in depth - Newsweek)
    Monroe, Walter C. 85-819
    Montgomery, Robert - CS 89-867
    Morehouse, Nye F. - VP Chicago & No. Western RR 43-276
    Morgan, Gerald - special counsel to Pres. 94-918
    Morris, G. Delbert - CA 28-178; 32-211; 38-248; 43-276; 79-727
    Mosk, Stanley (1912-) J 2-13
    Mount Sinai Hospital 22-135
    Muchmore, Donald - secy. to W. Bradley USHR 11-74
    Mueller, T. F. -P 43-276
    Mulford, Don (1915-) CA 118-1174
    Mullen, Thomas M. - SBrcc 2-13; 4-33,34; 11-74
    Mundt, Karl (1900-) USHR 7-58
    Murdy, J. A. (1900-) CS 38-248
    Murdy, John A. Jr. (1900-) CS 87-841; 95-931
    Murphy, George (1902-) E/USS (see also: Hollywood Rep. Com.) 7-58; 22-135; 24-145; 85-795; 92-901; 104-1011; 107-1047
    Murphy, Joseph A. - L 7-58; 11-74; 32-211
    Murphy, Sigurd E. - LP 43-276
    Murray, James E. (1876-1961) USS 104-1017
    Muskie, 121-1199
    Mydland, Harvey - exec. secy. 2-13; 7-58; 22-135; 24-145; 38-248; 83-764; 95-931; 106-1035
    Myers, Paul (re: SU/Gros, R.) 7-58; 11-74; 38-248
    Myrick, D 121-1099
    NAACP (Natl. Ass. for the Advancement of Colored People) 44-277; 113-1128
    Nathanson, Jerry - councilman, Palm Springs 47-311
    National Audubon Society 108-1071
    Native Sons of the Golden West 7-59; 11-75; 44-277; 45-283
    Needham, Roy - SU 2-14; 7-59; 11-75; 22-136
    Nelson, W G 121-1199
    Neron, Edward J. - Veterans Affairs 11-75
    Neubarth, Harry J. - J 2-14
    Nevada - Governor Russell 45-283
    Newcomb, W. Fred - CA (?) 2-14
    Newell, Kenneth C. - J 87-841
    Neylan, John Francis 44-277; 84-784; 84-785; 95-936
    Niehouse, Kathryn T. - CA 2-14; 7-59; 11-75; 16-105; 28-178; 33-212; 38-249; 78-716
    Nielsen, Roy J. (1886-) CA 38-249
    Nimitz, Chester W. - adm. USN 84-789
    Nix, Lloyd S. - J 93-911
    Nixon, Richard Milhous (1913-) President US (see also: Moley. 22-135) 4-34; 22-136; 26-160; 38-249; 44-277; 57-397B; 109-1071A, 109-1071 A Addition to
    Nosser, J. B. (see also: Western Mining Council) 16-105; 25-146; 38-249
    Nutty, John J. - archbishop SF 95-925
    Oaks, G. E. - realtor (see also: Rep. Pty. Shasta Co.) 7-59; 16-105; 25-146; 38-249; 78-717
    Obregon, Alvaro - Gov. Sonora, Mexico 114-1130
    O'Connor, Joseph - PR 2-14; 33-212; 38-249
    O'Connor, William V. - Deputy Atty. Gen. Ca. 95-939
    Odell, Robert A. (see also: Oswald, R.) 11-75; 16-105; 38-249; 44-277
    O'Gara, Gerald J. (1902?-) CS 44-277
    Ohara, Hiroo - Gov. Hiroshima 105-1025
    Ohio - Lt. Gov. Brown 44-277
    Ohnimus, Arthur A. - chief clerk CA 2-14; 7-59; 11-75; 22-136; 28-178; 33-212; 38-249; 45-284; 87-837; 92-901
    Olson 121-1199
    O'Neill, C. William (1916-) Gov. Ohio 118-1174
    Oswald, Rosalie 11-75 (see also: Odell, R.)
    Pacht, Isaac 4-34; 12-76; 26-161; 33-213
    Painter, Howard - LP 17-106; 22-136; 78-718
    Palmer, Kyle - political ed. LA Times 8-60; 12-76; 17-106; 26-162; 33-213; 38-249; 78-718
    Palo Alto Republican Women's Club 3-15; 8-60 (re: SU, Mills, UCSJ)
    Palo Alto Young Republicans (A. Spears, pres.) 8-60
    Paraguay, Consul of 4-34
    Pardee, Madeline 89-859
    Parkman, H. L. -CS 12-76; 17-106; 22-136; 25-146; 38-249; 44-277; 78-718; 91-900; 99-957; 112-1114
    Parrish, Lew 26-164
    Parshalle, Mrs. Eve - So. Cal. Rep. Women 8-60; 38-249; 78-718
    Parsons, Louella O. 33-213; 44-277; 112-1113
    Paso Robles see also: Bailey, Bruce, mayor
    Pasternak, Joseph - MPI 33-213; 103-1005; 109-1077A; 112-1112
    Pate, Randolph M. - Commandant, USMC 107-1050
    Pattee, Alan G. 95-938; 106-1035; 112-1114
    Patterson, Ellis E. (1897-) Lt. Gov. Ca. 26-163
    Patterson, Roscoe (1893-1955) CA 85-819; 96-942
    Pearson, Drew - columnist 112-1115
    Peavey, Hollister M. - mayor, Huntington Park 38-249
    Peckham, I. M. - SU/PAD 8-60; 12-76; 17-106; 25-146; 38-249
    Penaat, William H. 17-106; 25-146; 27-164; 33-213; 38-249; 78-718
    Pepperdine, George 22-136
    Peterson, Leonard S. - mayor, Santa Maria 88-858
    Pettijohn, L. R. - mayor, Hanford 17-106; 28-178; 38-249
    Peyser, Jefferson E. (see also: SF Wine Inst.) 17-106; 28-178; 38-249
    Phelps, Winfield 15-98
    Phi Alpha Delta 8-60
    Phillips, Herbert
    Phillips, John (1887-) USHR 26-149 (re Acheson, Yorty et al); 38-249; 44-277; 79-727; 89-859; 99-958; 104-1013
    Phillips, Patrick Henry (see also:Am. Legion/All-Am./Mem. Day) 17-106; 22-136; 38-249; 44-277; 78-718; 92-901; 105-1028; 112-1114
    Pibulsonggram, P. Field Marshal - PM Thailand (to) 94-916
    Piergue, Ralph 83-750
    Pike, James A. - Bishop of Ca. 115-1152
    Pinkley, Virgil - ed. LA Mirror 85-791; 109-1077A; 112-1116
    Pitman, Paul M. UCSJ 12-76
    Podesta, Jack - florist 119-1190
    Porter, Carley V. (1906-) CA 38-249; 44-277
    Post, A. Alan - Legislative auditor 38-249
    Potter, David M. Babe - cousin 93-911
    Poulson, Norris - mayor LA/USHR (1895-) 8-60; 28-178; 33-213; 38-249; 44-277; 85-800; 90-872; 100-965
    Power, Domer F. - CA 105-1028
    Powers, Harold J. Butch -(1900-) CS/Lt. Gov. Ca. 8-60; 12-76; 17-106; 22-136; 25-146; 38-249; 44-277; 112-1113, 112-1113
    Pray, Russell N. 4-34; 17-106; 33-213; 78-718
    Price, R. Fred (1890-) CA 12-76; 17-106; 33-213; 38-249
    Pro America (see also: Cochran, J. L.) 8-60; 12-76; 25-146; 28-178
    Pyle, Howard (1906-) Gov. Ariz. 33-213; 87-836; 94-916; 96-942; 109-1071A
    Quinn, Irwin T. (1890?-) CS 3-15; 8-60; 78-719
    Quinn, James H. (1902-) (see also: Ca. Bd. of Equalization) 8-60; 17-106; 22-136; 38-249
    Quinn, William F. (1919-) Gov. Hawaii 113-1129 113-1129
    Rall, Wayne - mayor Clovis 25-147
    Randau, Clem - Chicago Sun 8-60; 12-77; 33-214; 39-250; 78-720
    Rankin, John W. - SU 3-16; 8-60
    Rapf, Harry - MPI 3-16
    Rayburn, SAM (100-962)
    Raycraft, Joseph - L/J 8-60; 12-77; 33-214; 44-277; 78-720
    Reagan 121-1200
    Republican State Central Committee (Carlson and Shattuck) (see also: Rep. Pty.) 8-60; 28-178
    Reuther, Walter P. - pres. CIO 95-925
    Reynolds and Painter - law firm 74-649
    Reynolds, Thomas - LP 8-60; 12-77; 17-106; 28-178; 33-214; 39-250; 44-278; 74-650; 74-657; 74-695; 78-720; 79-727; 83-750; 85-796; 86-823; 91-900; 92-901; 100-964; 107-1044; 117-1168.
    Rice, Glenn - MAHS/TV producer 12-77
    Rich, W.P. - CS 12-77; 28-178; 33-214; 39-250
    Richards, Richard - CS 107-1044
    Rickenbacker, Edward V. -Eastern Air Lines 103-1005; 116-1165
    Rickey, John - restaurateur 39-250
    Riesner 121-1099
    Rinn, Robert - mayor, Lodi 17-106
    Rishell, Clifford E. - mayor of Oakland 25-147; 28-178; 44-278
    Robbins, Charles W. - CA 17-106; 45-284
    Robbins, Wesley 78-720
    Roberts, Dennis J. - Gov. R.I. 113-1123
    Robie, Wendell T. 17-106; 25-147; 39-250 (see also: Auburn 49er Assn.)
    Robinson, C. Ray - pres. Golden Gate Fields 103-1006
    Robinson, Edgar E. - prof. history SU 39-253 re: retirement
    Robinson, Edward G. - E 39-250 re: son's trial
    Robinson, Elmer E. - J/mayor SF 8-60; 27-165; 33-214; 39-250; 44-278; 78-720; 98-954; 99-955; 102-985
    Rockefeller, Nelson
    Rogers, John M. - Elephant-Eagle Mines 74-650; 74-658; 74-695; 78-720
    Rogers, Roy 115-1152
    Rogers, Will Jr. - E/pol. cand. 3-16 (see also: American Legion)
    Rogers, William P. - Dep. Atty. Gen. 100-964; 119-1190
    Rolph, James III 12-77; 78-720; 102-991
    Romulo, Gen. Carlos P. - Philippines amb. to UN 101-968
    Roosevelt, James - Dem. nominee for Gov. 22-137; 27-166; 39-250
    Rosellini, Albert D. - Gov. Wash. 100-964; 110-1088; 115-1150; 117-1164; 119-1190
    Rosen, David V. - Knowland campaign dir. 3-16; 12-77; 39-250
    Rosenberg, Nate 8-60; 12-77; 22-137; 33-214; 44-279
    Rosenblatt, John - mayor, Omaha 93-915
    Ross, Kenneth A. Jr. - CA 89-866
    Rumford, Wm. Byron - CA 33-214; 39-250
    Russell, Charles H. - Gov. Nevada 95-926; 104-1010; 107-1046; 119-1190; 55-383
    Salsman, Byrl R. - CS/J 8-61; 12-78; 17-108; 39-251
    Salsman, Eleanor L. (see also: P.A. Rep. Women's Club) 3-17; m. by R. G. Alderman 8-26-49)
    Samish, Artie - lobbyist 12-78; 14-94; 27-167; 39-251
    San Diego Rep. Women 3-17; 8-61 (see also: Johnson, L. Bence, R.)
    San Francisco Co. Rep. Central Committee 8-61 (see also: H. Hanley)
    San Joaquin Co. Rep. Central Committee 8-61 (see also: B. Crittendon)
    Sanders, Everett L. (Calif. State Athletic Commission) 3-17; 8-61; 12-78; 17-108; 22-138; 25-147; 33-215; 39-251; 44-279
    Sapiro, Aaron - L 8-61; 12-78; 17-108; 25-147; 28-178; 39-251; 85-804; 90-875
    Schary, Dore - MPI 22-138; 39-251; 90-874
    Schenk, Joseph - MPI 8-61; 22-138; 25-147; 33-215; 39-251
    Schmidt, George R. 8-61 (re: Ruben Schmidt's death)
    Schrade, Jack - CA 103-1004; 103-1006; 110-1089; 114-1132; 116-1162; 55-383
    Scoggins, Verne 78-721
    Scott, C. Beecher 8-61; 17-108; 22-138 (re: Voorhis and Douglas)
    Scott, Joseph - L 4-34; 8-61; 12-78; 17-108; 22-138; 33-215; 39-251; 44-279; 78-721; 92-902; 114-1132
    Scudder, Herbert B. - USHR 22-138; 39-251
    Sequeria, F. - secy. to Gen. Consul India 105-1022; m. 120-1193
    Shanley, Bernard M. - secy. to President 107-1050
    Shattuck, Edward S. - RSCC 4-34; 12-77; 12-78; 17-108; 25-147; 27-168; 28-178; 33-215; 39-251; 100-965; 106-1033; 107-1047; 108-1053; 108-1054; 114-1133; 120-1193 (see also: Western Airlines)
    Sheldon, George E. - cand. Lt. Gov. 1938 44-279
    Shellenberger, George (see also: Merchants...Assn.) 17-108; 22-138; 39-251; 44-279; 45-284
    Shelley, John F. - USHR 3-17; 28-178; 39-251; 44-279; 108-1053; 120-1193
    Shenk, John W. - J 39-251
    Sherwin, Marvin - CA 33-215; 39-251 (re: Stanford YRs)
    Shivers, Alan - Gov. Texas 87-837; 89-871
    Short, Alan - CS 111-1094
    Short, Dewey - USHR 101-970
    Silliman, James W. - CA 8-61; 39-251
    Simmons, Rosemary Bernheim - niece 44-279
    Simms, John F. - Gov. N.M. 101-971; 103-1005
    Simon, Bob 85-803; 108-1053
    Simon, Jack 121-1199
    Simpson, Milward L. - Gov. Wyo. 55-383; 108-1053; 110-1089; 118-1173; 119-1190
    Simpson, Roy - Supt. Public Instruction 27-169; 28-178; 39-251
    Simpson, Sid - USHR 119-1184
    Sinclair, John 78-721
    Skouras, Spyros P. - MPI 91-895; 118-1173; 120-1193
    Slater, Herbert W. - CS 3-17; 8-61
    Small, M. F. - adm. asst. Kuchel 114-1130
    Smith, A. Ellis 17-108; 39-251 (on verso handwritten note by GJK re:Hawaii)
    Smith, C. Arnholt - financier 12-79; 39-251; 44-279; 119-1187
    Smith, Elmo - Gov. Oregon 55-383
    Smith, H. Allen - CA/USHR 39-251; 90-874; 99-957
    Smith, L. K. - mayor Monterey 17-108
    Smith, Paul - SF Chronicle 8-61; 39-251
    Smith, Paul - SF Chronicle 8-61; 39-251
    Smuin, John LeRoy 92-902 re: Arvilla's father's death (Sacto.) 2-14-55
    Smylie, Robert E. - Gov. Idaho 55-383; 93-915; 96-946; 105-1023; 107-1051; 108-1053
    Snyder, Rixford K. - SU 100-964
    Son, Charles W. 78-721
    Sons of the American Revolution 8-61
    Southern Calif. Rep. Women 8-61 (see also: Parshalle, E.)
    Southern Crossing Committee 44-279
    Spaeth, Carl B. - SU 108-1067
    Spangler, Harrison W. 78-721
    Spangler, Ray - P 108-1053
    Sparling, Capt. Maurice C. - J 8-61; 22-138; 33-216; 39-252; 83-750; 91-900; 92-901; 102-992
    Spaulding, G. A. - CS/CA 17-109; 39-252
    Speidel, Merritt C. - P 44-279
    Spellman, Francis Cardinal 92-902 tls
    Spence, Homer R. - J 8-61; 33-216; 39-252; 44-279
    Spiering, Frank P. 3-17; 8-61; 78-721 (see also: Vallejo Rep. Club)
    Spivak, Lawrence E. - Meet the Press 101-970
    Spreckles Co. vs. All Persons 9-67 (see also: Calrk, H. W.)
    Sproul, Robert Gordon - UC 8-61; 12-79 (see also: Cal., U. of)
    Standard Oil Co. of Calif. 8-61; 17-109; 22-138; 39-252
    Stanford Alumni Assn. 3-17; 17-109
    Stanford University 8-61; 12-79; 17-109; 22-138; 39-252; 107-1046; 113-1125; 119-1187
    Stanley, Thomas B. - Gov. of Va. 111-1095
    Stassen, Harold C. 55-383; 78-721; 108-1053
    Stanton, Frank - pres. CBS 108-1053
    Stearns, Newton A. 46-300; 46-305; 47-317; 99-958
    Stengel, Casey 94-916
    Sterling, J. E. Wallace - SU 119-1187
    Stewart, A. I. - CA 39-252; 44-279; 114-1132
    Stolz, Louis P. - SU 92-901; 114-1132
    Storke, Charles A. - P 17-108
    Storke, T. M. - CS/P/SU 3-17; 12-79; 17-109 re: Fred Houser; 22-138; 39-252; 84-768; 94-920; 102-991; 108-1053, 108-1053
    Stratton, William G. - Gov. Ill. 55-383; 103-1006; 115-1147; 117-1164; 119-1190
    Straus, Richard 89-859
    Strehlow, Arthur F. 8-61; 12-79; 28-178; 39-252; 78-721; 91-893; 85-804; 101-971 (see also: Calif. Rep. Assly.)
    Sullivan, Edward E. - E 33-216; 39-252
    Sullivan, Mark - Pacific Tel. and Tel. 120-1193
    Summerfield, Arthur E. - US Postmaster General 101-967
    Sutherland, George - J 74-696
    Sutro, Adolph 101-970; 109-1071A (see also: Purple Heart)
    Sutton, Louis G. - CS 12-79; 17-109; 39-252; 93-906
    Sweigert, William T. - exec. secy. Warren 3-17; 8-61; 39-252; 78-721
    Swing, Ralph E. - CS 8-61; 12-79; 22-138; 28-178; 39-252
    Sylva, Tillie - aunt 44-279
    Synon, John - campaign strategist 22-138; 25-147; 28-178; 33-216; 39-252; 46-297; 86-821; 90-872; 91-900; 93-912; 101-970; 108-1053
    Taft, Robert - USS, Pres. cand. 23-139; 27-170
    Takasugi, Kanji - Consul of Japan 105-1025
    Tannenbaum, David - mayor Beverly Hills 108-1057; 109-1077; 115-1154
    Taylor, L. D. Babe - mayor Dunsmuir 25-148; 39-253; 44-279
    Teague, Charles M. - USHR 99-958
    Telluride Assn. 8-62 (see also: Johnson, E.)
    Tenney, Jack B. - CS 3-18; 8-62; 12-79; 18-110; 28-178; 34-217; 39-253; 44-279; 78-722; 85-812; 89-867 (see also: AECS)
    Thieriot, Charles deYoung - P 103-1004
    Thomas, Vincent - CA 44-279; 108-1057; 111-1095
    Thompson, John F. - CA 12-79; 34-217; 39-253; 44-279; 85-808; 87-837; 106-1043; 108-1058; 110-1088; 117-1167; 118-1174
    Thomson, Vernon W. - Wisc. Atty. Gen. 101-973; 117-1164
    Thornton, Dan - Gov. Colo. 23-139; 87-836
    Thurman, Allen G. Scoop - CS 8-62; 12-79; 18-110; 34-217; 39-253 (see also: Grass Valley, 10-70)
    Tibbett, Lawrence M. - E/MAHS 3-18
    Tibbetts, Mary - P (see also: Woodland Record/ Yolo Co. Record) 12-79; 34-217; 39-253, 121-1199
    Tickle, Edward H. - CS 3-18; 12-79; 18-110; 39-253; 44-279; 78-722
    Tide Water Assn. Oil Co. 8-62; 39-253
    Times-Mirror Bldg. Dedication 12-79
    Timmerman, George Bell Jr. - Gov. S.C. 103-1004
    Todd, Michael - adv. agency 45-283
    Tognazzini, Roland - Union Sugar Co. 12-79; 18-110; 28-178; 39-253
    Toll, Henry W. - Senator Colo. 87-836
    Tomlinson, Stanley T. - CA 44-279
    Town Meeting radio broadcast 8-62
    Townsend, Viner 86-823
    Tracy, Frank C. - YRs, Ca. 3-18
    Tressider, Donald B. - SU 3-18
    Trower, Stella - cousin 8-62
    Truman, H. S. Library 44-279
    Tunney, Gene 55-381; 103-1005; 114-1136
    Tuso, Johnnie (re: Riverside cement dust control problem) 18-110; 23-139; 39-253
    Ullrich, Paul G. (see also: Nevada Co. RCC) 3-18; 34-218; 40-254; 45-281; 78-723; 90-880,881
    Underwood, Cecil H. - Gov. W. Va. 111-1095
    Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 91-893
    Union Oil Co. 23-139; 45-281
    United Spanish War Veterans 8-62
    U.S. Naval School, Monterey 13-80
    Vai, James -vintner 13-80; 18-111; 23-139; 34-218; 40-254; 45-281; 92-901; 103-1004,1006; 110-1089; 114-1139,1140; 116-1162; 120-1195
    Vandervoort, Ray 8-62
    VanLoben Sels, James F. 109-1071A
    Van-Tets, William - Consul Gen. Netherlands 101-977
    Vasey, Beach -legal secy. Warren (see also: Calif. - Gov.'s Office) 13-80; 40-254; 78-724
    Vermillion, George M. - mayor Long Beach 95-934
    Veterans of Foreign Wars 8-62; 13-80; 40-254
    Villagran, Francisco - Consul Gen. Mexico, See also: Mexico) 8-62
    von Dehn, Hyatt R. - pres. Hyatt House Hotels 101-968
    von Kleinsmidt, Rufus B. - pres. USC 78-724
    Von Zell, Harry - E 40-254
    Walsh, Christy - PR 3-19; 4-34; 23-140; 34-219; 40-255; 45-281 (to T. Kuchel); 74-700
    Ward, Clarence - CS 8-62; 23-140; 25-148; 40-255
    Ward, Stuart R. - Commonwealth Club SF 8-62
    Warner, Harry M. - MPI 40-255; 115-1153
    Warner, Jack L. - MPI 114-1142
    Warren, Earl - Gov. Ca. 3-19 re: Cherniss; 4-34; 8-62; 13-80; 27-171; 28-178; 34-219; 40-255; 108-1061 birthday; 119-1190
    Waters, Laughlin E. - CA (see also: RSCC) 34-219; 40-255; 45-281; 90-885
    Watkins, Charles A. 13-80 m. Stanwyck divorce case
    Watson, Clyde A. - CS 8-62; 18-111; 23-140
    Watson, Dean D. - Ca. Real Estate Com. 23-140; 40-255
    Way, Arthur W. - CA 18-111; 23-140; 28-178; 40-255; 45-281
    Weedman, Mrs. Charles S. Sr. 93-911; 104-1009; 108-1061
    Weedman, Charles S. Jr. Mrs. (Carolyn Knight) 108-1061; 113-1125; 114-1146
    Weinberger, Caspar W. Cap - CA/secy HEW 40-255; 45-284; 55-384; 93-906; 109-1071A
    Welburn, Nelson Grady - American Legion 18-111
    Wellborn, Olin III - chief counsel for Doheny/ADP 3-19
    Wellington, Col. M. B. - Ca. State Bar Assn. 3-19
    Werdel, Thomas H. - USHR 23-140; 34-219; 40-255
    Western Airlines (see also: Shattuck, E.) 8-62
    West-Sleeth, 74-676
    Weybret, Fred 13-80; 40-255; 90-885; 92-902(Mrs.)
    Whitaker and Baxter - Campaigns, Inc. 3-19; 8-62; 13-80; 18-111; 23-140; 25-148; 34-219; 40-255; 46-290, 294, 297, 299, 304, 305, 306; 47-317; 55-381, 383; 56-391, 392; 57-397A,B; 90-885; 91-900; 93-911; 97-946; 98-954, 955, 956; 99-957, 958; 100-960; 101-979; 102-985; 105-1032; 106-1034; 106-1043; 108-1061, 1062; 112-1118; 112-1119; 114-1142, 1143; 117-1167; 118-1174
    White, Hugh - Gov. Miss. 89-871
    White, K. J. M. - Consul Gen. GB 84-780
    White, Lawrence J. - MAHS 3-19; 8-62
    Whitehorn, Ethel Gillett - P Rep. Spokesman 3-19; 8-62; 13-91
    Whitman, Ann C. - secy. to President 100-965
    Whitney, John Hay - Am. amb. to London 119-1187
    Wilbur, Ray Lyman - SU 74-700
    Williams, G. Mennen - Gov. Mich. 101-979; 108-1061; 114-1142
    Williams, J. Howard - CS 8-62; 18-111; 40-255; 45-281; 95-928; 112-1112; 120-1197
    Williams, L. B. - re: Jewish campaigners 8-62
    Williamson, Jessie Mrs. - see also: Whitehorn, E.
    Willkie, Wendell T. - Pres. cand. 78-725
    Wilson, C. E. - US Secy. Defense 107-1050
    Wilson, Charles H. -CA 113-1122
    Wilson, Geraldine - MAHS 3-19; 8-62
    Wilson, Leonard - L 8-62
    Wilson, Robert C. - USHR 40-255; 99-958
    Winbigler, H. D. - see also: Stanford University
    Winchell, Walter - columnist 34-219; 45-281
    Winton, Gordon H. Jr. - CA 114-1143
    Witter, Dean - Stock broker 103-1005
    Wolfson, Burnett - J 93-911; 108-1061; 113-1126; 114-1142; 118-1174
    Woman's Council Sacramento 8-62
    Women in Govt. LA 8-62
    Woodman, Frederick T. - mayor LA 3-19
    Woolley, Roland Rich 3-19; 8-62 L
    Wyatt, Jane - E 118-1174
    Yorty, Samuel William - mayor LA 13-80; 40-256; 108-1064
    Young, Truman R. - cand. USHR 3-19
    Younger, Mrs. Evelle J. 29-191; 34-220; 45-281; 12-77; 89-868; 109-1071A,1077
    Younger, J. Arthur - USHR 40-256; 99-958
    Zanuck, Darryl F. - MPI 13-80; 34-220; 40-256
    Zellerbach, Harold L. 83-750; 87-836; 94-916; 103-1004; 110-1089; 116-1162
    Zellerbach, James David - amb. to Italy 119-1187; 55-382
    Zimmerman, Fred R. - Wisc. Secy. State 23-140 re:IOOF
    Zionist Organization of America 8-62