Scrapbook of clippings created by George E. Outland documenting the 1931 USC-Notre Dame football game. Clippings come from
newspapers from all over the United States. Also included is a section on the 1931 Stanford-Dartmouth football game. Outland
was born in Santa Paula, Ventura County, California, on October 8, 1906. He attended public schools and Whittier College in
California, received his M.A. from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from Yale University. He also attended the University
of Southern California. Outland was a social worker in Boston from 1928- 1933, then moved back to Los Angeles to work for
social agencies in that city. He was elected to Congress in 1942 and served two terms. He died in 1981.
George E. Outland was born in Santa Paula, Ventura County, California, on October 8, 1906. He attended public schools and
Whittier College in California, where he received an A.B., in 1928. He received his M.A. from Harvard University in 1929,
and his Ph.D. from Yale University in 1937. He also attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Outland
served as assistant director of boy’s work, Hale House, Boston, Massachusetts, from 1928–1930, director of boy’s work, Denison
House, Boston, Mass., from 1929–1933, Neighborhood House, Los Angeles, California., from 1933 and 1934; supervisor of boys’
welfare for Federal Transient Service of Southern California in 1934 and 1935; and director of New Haven Community College
in 1935 and 1936. He was an instructor at Yale University 1935-1937, and served on the faculty of Santa Barbara State College,
from 1937-1942. Outland was a delegate to the California State Democratic Conventions from 1942–1950, and was elected as a
Democrat to the Seventy-eighth and Seventy-ninth Congresses (January 3, 1943–January 3, 1947). Outland was also a delegate
to the Democratic National Conventions, 1944 and 1948; and was chairman of the Democratic State policy committee from 1948
to 1950. After losing reelection in 1946, Outland taught at San Francisco State College from 1947–1972. He died in Anacortes,
Washington, on March 2, 1981.
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