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Columbia University; Prof. Hans Otto Storm, Stanford University ;
Prof. J. Raymond Walsh, Hobart College; Van Wyck Brooks; Malcolm
Cowley; Countee Cullen; Martha Dodd; Theodore Dreiser; Dashiell
Hammett; Lillian Hellman; Arthur Kober; Oliver LaFarge; Clifford
Odets; George Seldes; George Soule; Charles Erskine; Scott Wood;
Rockwell Kent ; Herman Shumlin ; and Dr. Max Yergan.

The Daily Worker for December 19, 1940, carried the following,
which we quote in part :

Immediate dismissal of charges against Sam Adams Darcy,
Communist leader, was urged upon Governor Culbert Olson of Cali-
fornia today by 165 nationally prominent representatives of every
field of public life.

Darcy was recently extradited by California authorities to
Pennsylvania, where he was state chairman of the Communist Party.
He faces up to 14 years imprisonment for a minor inaccuracy in his
registration as a voter in California in 1934.

Charging that Darcy is being persecuted because he represents
a minority party, signers of the appeal declare ' * This constitutes a
violation of the principle of equality before the law. ' '

* * * They wrote * * * ' ' We urge you to dismiss the charges
against Mr. Sam Adams Darcy. "

Randolph Smith was one of the signers of this petition together with
such outstanding Communists as Oswald Garrison Villard, Dr. Harry F.
Ward, Rockwell Kent, Theodore Dreiser, Vito Marcantonio, Herman



392 UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA

Shumlin, Donald Ogden Stewart, Dr. Thomas Addis, Albert Maltz, and
many others.

During the Stalin-Hitler pact, Randolph Smith, together with
Bishop Francis J. McConnell, Dr. Bella B. Dodd, George Seldes, Vito
Marcantonio, Rockwell Kent, Prof. Margaret Schlauch, Rabbi Michael
Alper, Prof. Robert K. Speer, Rev. Arthur T. Goold, Edwin Berry Bur-
gum, and Arthur Kallet, sponsored a Greenwich Village Mass Meeting
For Peace. The meeting was held in public school No. 3, Grove Street,
corner Hutchins Street and New York Street.

Participation in the Communist policy to support the Stalin-Hitler
pact may be said to be the acid test for both Communists and Communist
fellow-travelers.

In July of 1946 a "cultural" congress was held in Moscow. Norman
Corwin, writer and radio commentator, was the "honored guest." He
presented the Moscow International Convention with two recordings
from the American-Soviet Music Society. Following this convention in
Moscow renewed activity in the recording field for Communist causes
and objectives became apparent. A few of the fronts which resulted are
as follows: Stage for Action, Young People's Records, New Theatre,
Trade Union Theatre, People's Artists, Cultural Folk Dance Group,
Theodore Dreiser Work Shop, Modern Culture Club, Carver Cultural
Council, Cultural Council, Dramatic Work Shop, Contemporary The-
atre, Provisional Committee for Democracy in Radio, International
Programs, Jefferson Chorus, Philadelphia Stage for Action, California
Stage for Action, Contemporary Writers, People's Orchestra, People's
Chorus, Book Find Club, Challenge Records, Charter Records, Freiheit,
Gesang Sarein, People's Artists, Inc., Committee for the Defense of
Education, Keynote Recordings, Inc., People's Songs, People's Radio
Foundation, and the American-Russian Music Corporation.

The Compass Record Company specializes in Soviet recordings.

People's Songs, Inc., was incorporated January 31, 1946, in New
York City. Among the directors and incorporators are Herbert Haufrect,
Peter Seeger, Lee Hays, Daniel Lapidus, and Robert Claiborne. Joe
Brodsky is the attorney for the corporation.

The board of directors of People's Songs, Inc., include the follow-
ing : B. A. Bodkin, Tom Glazer, Horace Grenell, Woody Guthrie, John
Hammond, Jr., Herbert Haufrect, Bess Hawes, Waldemar Hille, Paul
Kent, Millard Lampell, Earl Robinson, Bob Russell, Walter Lowenfels,
Kenneth Spencer, Alec Wilder, and Palmer Weber. Peter Seeger is the
director of the organization. Lee Hays is the executive director and
Bernard Asbel is the editor.

The Board of Sponsors of People's Songs, Inc., include Sam Bar-
low, Leonard Bernstein, Marc Blitzstein, Aaron Copeland, Norman Cor-
win, Lincoln Kirstein, Larry Adler, Moe Asch, C. B. Baldwin, Carl
Carmer, Oscar Hammerstein II, E. Y. Harburg, Judy Holliday, Lena
Home, John Houseman, Berle Ives, David Capp, Alain Locke, Dorothy
Parker, Paul Robeson, Herman Sobel, Louis Untermeyer, Sam Wana-
maker, Josh White, and Lila Bell Pitts. The Advisory Committee
includes Rockwell Kent and Michael Gold.

Needless to say all of the productions of People's Songs, Inc., follow
the Communist Party line as assiduously as do the people behind the
organization.



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA 393

Serge de Touloff is the manager of "The World In Music" at 1119
North Hicks Avenue, in Los Angeles. "Russia in Phonograph Records"
is featured on de Touloff 's advertisement. The Russian records were
formerly offered for sale in the lobby of the Grand and Esquire Theatres
in Los Angeles. This information is crossed off of de Touloff 's card.

YOUNG PROGRESSIVE CITIZEN'S COMMITTEE

This is a youth section of the Communist Progressive Citizens' of
America. Gene Kelly, movie actor, is the national chairman, and Herbert
Oppenheimer is the executive vice chairman. George Pepper is the execu-
tive director of the group's arts, sciences and professions council. Its
chapters are active in universities and colleges. It has never deviated
from the Communist Part}^ line in any field.



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA



395



INDEX



Aaron, Dr. Harold, 328

Aarons, "Slim," 183

Abbott, Bernice, 238

Abbott, Olive, 211

Abolish Peonage Committee, 34, 93, 95

Abott, Edith, 320

Abowitz, Ellenore, 198, 239, 253, 254,

308, 309

Abowitz, Dr. Murray, 279, 355
Abraham Lincoln, 373
Abraham Lincoln Battalions, 93, 100, 157
Abraham Lincoln Branch of the Com-
munist Party, 215
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 35, 66, 93, 94,

96, 99, 100, 101, 125, 185, 225,

254, 271, 295, 308, 382
Abraham Lincoln School, 95, 120, 342
Abraham, Morris, 146
Abramowitz, Bessie, 242
Abt, John J., 343

Academic and Civil Rights Committee, 35
Academic and Civil Rights Council, 6, 136
Achron, Joseph, 311
Ackerman, Nena, 184
Ackley, John Kenneth, 179
Action, 224

Action Bulletin, 49, 224
Action Committee to Free Spain, 271
Action for Today, 224
Actors Equity, 315, 316
Actors' Laboratory, Inc., 95, 97, 104, 105,

129, 159, 259, 348
Actors' Laboratory Theater, 52, 95, 96,

104, 105, 106, 347
Adamic, Louis, 109, 114, 131, 199, 200,

202, 216, 225, 239, 262, 273, 323,

327, 328, 351, 353, 390
Adams, Comfort A., 271, 351
Adams, Edward (see Arthur Kallet)
Adams, Franklin P., 262, 330
Adams, George P., 328, 351
Adams, Dr. and Mrs. George P., 216
Adams, James T., 330

Adams, Prof. Josephine T., 327
Adams, Peter, 311, 312
Adams, Theodore F., 320
Addes, George F., 201, 323
Addis, Miss Jean, 182, 184, 185
Addis, Prof. Thomas, 114, 132, 144, 163,
176, 182, 185, 201, 202, 248, 249,

328, 350, 352, 353, 358, 377, 391,
392

Addis, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas, 216

Adelman, Mrs. Marci, 146

Adelman, Meyer, 163

Adler, Clarence, 311

Adler, David, 330

Adler, Dr. Irving, 177, 344

Adler, Jacob, 196

Adler, Jay, 355

Adler, Larry, 210, 254, 355

Adler, Luther, 96

Adler, Mollie, 278

Adler, Stella, 248, 277



Affidavit of Alex Harris, 300
Affidavit of George W. Crosby, 292
Affidavit of Rena M. Vale, 311
Affidavit of William D. Handelsman, 282
A. F. of L. ( See American Federation of

Labor)

African Blood Brotherhood, 333
Age of Treason, 106, 160
Agins, Dr. J., 171, 177
Agins, Mrs. Minna, 178
Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers

of America, 38
Aidlin, Joseph, 332
Aidlin, Mrs. Mary, 106, 160, 355
Aiken, Conrad, 330
Ain, Gregory, 355
Akerstein, Mrs. Lynn, 355
Albert, Bessy, 179
Alberts, Doris, 311, 314, 317
Alberts, Sam, 311, 314, 317, 355
Albertson, William, 213
Albrier, Mrs. Frances, 194
Albritton, Clarence, 338
Alexander, George, 338
Alexander, Dr. Herbert, 148, 310
Alexander, Mara, 185
Alexander, Robert, 355
Alexander, Dr. Will H., 199
Alexeev, Alex M., 268, 374
Algase, Benjamin, 271
Algren, Nelson, 274
Alkow, J. M., 383
All-America Anti-Imperialist League, 67,

106, 107, 143, 145, 188, 273
Allan Rudack Studio, 104
Allan, William, 233, 343
Allard, John, 63
Allard, John, 280
All-California Conference for Defense of

Civil Rights and Aid to Labor's

Prisoners, 107
Allen, Dr. Bennet M., 171
Allen, Rev. Carl, 106, 160, 161, 164, 358
Allen, Mrs. Fay E., 116, 183, 201, 328,

351, 375

Allen, Harland, 323
Allen, Dr. Harold B., 185
Allen, James Egert, 198
Allen, James S., 233, 343
Allen, James T., 15
Allen, Sam Houston, 164, 332
Allen, Shannon C., 248
Allen, Ted, 226
Allen, Warren D., 317
Allen, William, 340
Aller, Elsa, 179
Alley, Raymond, 338
All Harlem Youth Conference, 75
Allied Labor News, 168
Allied Labor News Service, 49, 224
Allied Voters Against Coudert, 38, 96,

146

Allied War Relief Rally, 216
Allison, Elmer T., 243
Allister, Mona, 355



396



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA



Allister, William, 355

Almenana, Anacleto, 273

All-Union Society for Cultural Relations
with Foreigners (Voks), 107, 383

Alper, Joseph, 338

Alper, Rabbi Michael, 152, 211, 271, 328,
351, 377, 392

Alshuler, Walter, 179

Altman, George T., 221

Altman, Mischa, 311, 314, 317

Alves, Bertram, 198, 318

Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 243

Ambellan, Harold, 189

Amerasia, 224

America Declares Peace, 257

American Artists Congress, 35

American Association of Scientific
Workers, 318

American Authors' Authority, 138, 189

American Caravan, The, 254

American Civil Liberties Union, 5, 6, 107,
108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 179, 246,
319, 349, 353

American Civil Liberties Union-News, 111

American Coalition of Patriotic, Civic,
and Fraternal Societies, 325

American Committee for a Free Indo-
nesia, 112, 113

American Committee for Anti-Nazi Ger-
man Seamen, 365

American Committee for Anti-Nazi Liter-
ature, 334

American Committee for the Defense of
Trotsky, 156, 189

American Committee for Democracy and
Intellectual Freedom, 61, 96, 112,
319, 320, 335, 342

American Committee for Democracy and
Intellectual Freedom to Discon-
tinue the Dies Committee, 391

American Committee for Free Indonesia,
225

American Committee for Free Yugoslavia,
The, 66

American Committee for Friendship with
the Soviet Union, 38, 324

American Committee for Indonesian In-
dependence, 112, 113

American Committee for a Korean
People's Party, 112

American Committee for Protection of
Foreign Born, 75, 96, 113, 114,
115, 122, 168, 319, 321, 334, 335,
336, 350, 365, 381, 390

American Committee for Russian Famine
Relief, 114

American Committee for Spanish Free-
dom, 100, 102, 115, 11G, 125, 139,
148

American Committee for Struggle Against
War, 67, 150, 324, 334

American Committee for Yugoslav Relief,
125, 126, 131, 132, 218

American Committee of Jewish Writers,
Artists, and Scientists, Inc., 103,
129, 130

American Committee of Liberals for the
Freedom of Mooney and Billings,
61

American Committee to Aid Korean Fed-
eration of Trade Unions, 112

American Committee to Aid Soviet Rus-
sia, 141



American Committee to Save Refugees,
75, 141, 166, 175, 234, 270, 335,
336, 367, 368, 381

American Communications Association
CIO, 141, 212, 339, 383

American Congress for Peace and Dem-
ocracy, 67

American Council Institute for Pacific
Relations, 168

American Council on Soviet Relations,
35, 38, 65, 101, 115, 169, 176, 334,
357, 366

American Croatian Congress, 66, 75

American Crusade to End Lynching, 136

America Declares Peace, 136

American Embassy in Belgrade, Yugo-
slavia, 140

American Federated Russian Famine Re-
lief Committee, 141, 169

American Federation of Government Em-
ployees, 379, 380, 381

American Federation of Labor, 36, 37, 39,
41, 42, 43, 60, 70, 88, 116, 120,
223, 347, 379

American Federation of Labor Social
Workers, 382

American Federation of Musicians, 311,
312, 313, 314, 315, 362

American Federation of Radio Artists,
216

American Federation of State, County
and Municipal Employees A. F.
L.,55

American Federation of Teachers, 280,
320

American Friends of Czechoslovakia, 145

American Friends of the Chinese People,
35, 66, 142, 143, 144, 211, 335

American Friends of the Mexican People,
35

American Friends of the Soviet Union
(See Friends of the Soviet Union)

American Friends of Spanish Democracy,
66, 147, 191, 319, 324, 335, 336

American Friends of the Spanish People,
35

American Fund for Public Service, 145,
247, 336

American Gallery Films, 373

American Investors Union, 334

American Jewish Committee, 146

American Jewish Congress, 145, 146, 149,
221, 318, 355

American Labor Party, 41, 339

American League Against War and Fas-
cism, 35, 98, 106, 124, 128, 149,
150, 176, 180, 196, 223, 320, 324,
333, 334, 335, 336, 366

American League for Peace and Democ-
racy, 6, 33, 35, 67, 96, 141, 142,
147, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 180,
181, 196, 246, 267, 319, 327, 334,
335, 342, 366, 377

American League of Ex-Servicemen, 384,
385, 386, 388

American Legion, 16, 17, 18, 19, 41, 42,
43, 127, 171, 246, 384

American Legion Auxiliary, 15, 16, 17,
18, 19

American Mercury, 104, 360.

American Negro Labor Congress, 333

American Peace Crusade, 67, 106, 133,
154, 155, 160, 161, 165, 250, 319



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA



397



American Peace Mobilization, 33, 67, 93,

96, 104, 124, 133, 137, 141, 150,

154, 155, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164,

165, 169, 211, 250, 251, 257, 275,

321, 332, 340, 342, 351, 367, 377,

379, 380
American Peace Mobilization Conference,

115

American People's Fund, 168, 376
American People's Meeting, 165
American People's Mobilization, 150
American Progressives Defending the

Moscow Trials, 123, 176, 365
American Pushkin Committee, 320, 335
American Quarterly on the Soviet Union,

169, 224

American Red Cross, 357
American Kelief for Greek Democracy,

168, 169

American Kelief Ship for Spain, 335
American Rescue Ship Committee, 270,

350
American Review on the Soviet Union,

169
American Revolutionary Writers'

Congress, 196
American Round Table on India, 336,

353

American-Russian Council, 327
American-Russian Institute, 38, 65, 101,

123, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 176,

177, 178, 217, 218, 225, 237, 261,
325, 326, 327, 353

American Russian Institute for Cultural

Relations With the Soviet Union,

169
American-Russian Music Corporation,

392
American Slav Congress, 35, 66, 75, 125,

126, 374
American Society for Cultural Relations

With Russia, 246, 334
American Society for Technical Aid to

Spanish Democracy, 367
American-Soviet Music Society, 323, 392
American-Soviet Science Society, 323 _
American Student Union, 5, 33, 115, 159,

178, 179, 182, 196, 335, 336, 338,
341, 377

American Ukranian Lodge, I wo, 269

American Unitarian Youth, 339

American Veterans Committee, 43, 218,
259, 280, 318, 338, 339, 383, 387,
388, 389

American Writers Congress, 35, 38, 52

American Youth Congress, 54, 115, 148,
162, 179, 180, 181, 182, 185, 195,
334, 342, 383

American Youth for a Free World, 54,
339

American Youth for Democracy, 35, 38,
47, 48, 54, 60, 62, 63, 102, 116, 130,
134, 136, 137, 143, 147, 149, 182,
183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189,
190, 203, 224, 225, 252, 253, 277,
280, 281, 309, 318, 334, 339, 340,
370, 379

Americanism Educational League, 17

Americanism of Mr. Mudgett, 342

America's Tenth Man, 369

Ameringer, Oscar, 163

Ames, John, 196

Ami, Jacob Ben, 114

Amlie, Thomas R., 181, 244



xVmmous, Forrest, 220
Among Friends, 49, 224
Amsterdam World Congress Against

War, 149, 150

Amter, Israel, JL51, 176, 336
AMVETS, 16, 17, 18, 19, 43
Anang, George K., 113
Anchor Club, 15, 18, 19
Ancient Egyptian Order of Sciots, 17, 18
Andersen, George R., 215, 265, 266, 299,

332, 358

Anderson, Bruce, 215
Anderson, Charles, 185
Anderson, David L., 15
Anderson, Dolores, 185
Anderson, Rev. J. Raymond, 203
Anderson, Maxwell, 260, 323, 330
Anderson, Ray, 94
Anderson, Sherwood, 151, 199, 270, 310,

338

Anderson, Mrs. Sherwood, 227, 278
Andrews, Robert, 251, 254
An Evening for the Lab, 159
Angell, Ernest, 109
Annone, Pauline, 186
An Open Letter to American People, 136
Antennie, William, 287
Antheil, George, 254, 311, 317
Anthony, II, Susan B., 201, 228, 229,

230
Anti-Communist Northwest Military

Council, 144

Anti-Imperialist League ( See All-Amer-
ica Anti-Imperialist League)
Anti-Nazi League, 33
Anti-Nazi News, 188, 250, 341
Antioch College, 325
Antonini, Luigi, 181, 327
Antonofsky, George, 338
Antonyuk, Nina, 171
Appeal for Lawrence Simpson, 335
Applenian, Dr. David, 170, 171, 241
Appleman, Ruth, 227
Apresian, Mr. Stepan, 171
Archer, Frank, 338
Architectural Environment of Modern

Culture, 311
Ardrey, Robert, 211
Arduino, Madeleine L., 181
Areson, Clinton, 375
Arlen, Harold, 317
Arms, John Taylor, 323, 330
Armstrong, Henry, 185, 186
Armstrong, Margaret, 277
Arnaud, Leon, 311
Arnautoff, Victor, 216
Arndt, Mrs. W. B., 15
Arnold, Emil, 266
Arnold, John, 119
Aron, Wellesley, 146
Arrangements Committee for the United

States Congress Against War, 320
Art Committee, 323
Artef, 188
Artef Theatre, 188
Arthur, Art, 372
Arthur, Jr., Chester A., 266
Arthur, Jean, 254

Artists' Committee to Win the War, 52
Artists Fight Back, 139, 140
Artists' Front to Win the War, 52, 97,

98, 99, 124, 136, 188, 192, 367
Arts Union Council, 316



398



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA



Art Young Branch of the Communist

Party, 215

Arvin, Newton, 248, 273, 338
Asbel, Bernard, 392
Asch, Moe, 392
Asch, Nathan, 266
Ascher, Charles S. t 109
Ashton, Marion, 15
Associated Farmers, 15, 17, 18, 19
Associated Film Audiences, 167, 193, 225
Associated Magazine Contributors, Inc.,

49

Ateman, Edward, 378
Atkinson, Brooks, 188
Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, 200, 214
Atlas, Leopold, 389
Atwater, Dr. H. Gale, 358
Auden, W. H., 330
Auer, Mischa, 358
Austin, Russel, 338
Austrian, Spencer, 332
Auto-Tech Garage, 343
A.V.C. (See American Veterans

Committee)
Averbuck, Alvin, 214
Avery, R. S., 185
Avery, Stephen Morehouse, 210
Axelrod, William, 13, 177, 340
Axelrode, Jeanette, 375
A. Y. D. ( See American Youth for

Democracy )

Aydelotte, Dr. Frank, 323
A. Y. D. in Action, 224
Ayeroff Brothers, 343
Ayers, James M., 338



B



Baber, Zonia, 273

Bacall, Lauren, 210

Bachelis, Lee, 132, 198

Bachelis, Mrs. Lee, 106, 160

Bachrach, Marion, 318

Bachus, George, 355

Bachus, Henry, 355

Bachus, Jim, 355

Bacon, Elizabeth M., 226, 343

Bacon, Leonard, 330

Bacon, Merriel R., 209

Baer, Ellen, 355

Baer, May, 355

Baffa, Frank, 259

Bailey, Gus, 333

Bailey, Harry, 280, 311, 313

Bailey, William, 94, 185, 218, 297

Baker, Dr. Alonzo, 171

Baker, Charles, 243

Baker, Enos J., 214

Baker, Dr. Frank, 151, 325

Baker, Hart, 95

Baker, James C., 320

Baker, Bishop James Chamberlain, 109,

114

Baker, Melville, 372
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Percy, 216
Baker, William, 94
Baker, Miss Wilma, 198
Bakewell, Bernard K., 15
Balamuth, Lewis, 179
Baldwin, C. B., 354, 392
Baldwin, Joseph Clark, 323
Baldwin, Roger N., 107, 145, 151, 179,

181, 194, 200, 244, 247, 333, 338,

351



Balint, Alex, 205

Balint, David, 205

Balokovic, Zlatko, 113, 114, 126, 131, 168,

208, 265, 323, 374

Baiter, Harry Graham, 151, 152, 249
Baiter, Sam, 198, 202, 279
Baltic Riddle, The, 326
Baltimore Sunday Sun, 124
Bancroft, Frank C., 163, 375
Bancroft, Jr., Philip, 15
Bangs, Mrs. Grace Allen, 228
Banks, Joan, 355
Banning Live Wire, 20
Baras, Joseph, 341
Barber, Samuel, 330
Barbour, Katherine, 375
Barbusse, Henri, 149, 246, 266, 384, 385
Bard, Phil, 244
Barilone, John, 233
Barkan, Camille, 184
Barker, Mary C., 278
Barlow, Jarvis, 355
Barlow, Sam, 392
Barlow, Samuel L. M., 327
Barnes, Carol, 8, 215, 220
Barnes, Clifford W., 323
Barnes, Edward L., 62
Barnes, Dr. Harry Elmer, 109, 181, 196,

211, 247, 248, 265, 351
Barnes, John, 279, 383
Barnes, Joseph, 341
Barnes, Joseph Fels, 357
Barnes, Mrs. Kathleen, 170
Barnes, Roswell P., 193
Barnett, Eugene E., 322
Barnum, Carl, 195
Baron, Isabel, 184, 185
Baron, Rose, 266
Baroway, Leo, 213
Barr, Mrs. Clinton M., 333
Barran, Joseph, 94
Barrie, Lee, 355
Barrier, Edgar, 356
Barrigan, Andrew, 182
Barrows, Alice, 151, 226, 328
Barry, John D., 358
Barsky, Edward K., 125, 231, 234, 271,

350, 353, 376
Bartlett, Sy, 211
Baruch, Dr. Dorothy W., 279
Barzin, Leon, 311
Bass, Basil, 169
Bass, Charlotta A., 59, 183, 184, 185, 190,

202, 203, 209, 215, 221, 279, 320,

330, 344, 346, 355, 375, 378
Bass, Elbert, 184
Bassett, W. K., 341
Basshe, Emjo, 270, 273, 278
Bassman, George, 314
Bassman, Melvin, 179
Batiste, Calvin, 215, 220
Batt, Hon. William L., 323
Battaglini, 358
Battle, George Gordon, 248
Bauer, Catherine, 151
Bauer, Marion, 311
Bauman, Harry, 146
Baumgartner, D. Leona, 227
Baxter, Charles, 383
Bay, Emanuel, 311

Bay, Howard, 96, 132, 162, 189, 328, 378
Bay, Paula, 356
Bayer, Theodore, 323
Beach, Ethel, 227



UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN CALIFORNIA



399



Beach, Prof. Joseph Warren, 271

Beal, John, 211

Beals, Carlton, 244, 245

Beals, Dr. Ralph, 171

Bear, The, 96

Beard, Prof. Charles A., 199, 330

Beard, Mary, 199

Beardsley, Mrs. Helen ( See Mrs. John

Beardsley)

Beardsley, Judge John, 184, 201
Beardsley, Mrs. John, 109, 110
Beasley, Robert, 375
Beaudry, Lee, 179
Beavers, Louise, 185
Becerril, Edward, 259
Beck, Jean R., 226, 343
Beckelman, Moses W., 375
Becker, Mr. and Mrs. A., 172
Becker, Kathryn, 317
Becker, Leon S., 211, 317
Becker, Maurice, 132
Becket, Marjory, 356
Beckwith, Dr. Theodore D., 171
Bedacht, Max, 131, 176, 196, 200, 265,

266, 267, 268, 322, 323, 328, 351,

390

Bedwell, Dona, 277
Beecroft, Dr. Eric, 152, 255
Behrman, Samuel, 330
Beigelman, Dr. M. N., 171
Beldner, Sanford S., 198
Belester, Mrs. Alice S., 322
Belf rage, Cedric, 4, 152
Belgrade, Sema B., 93
Bell, Prof. Eric T., 112
Bell, Rev. James W., 338
Bells Toll for Hemingway at Vet's

Symposium, 100

Belmont High School (Los Angeles) , 179
Belowski, John, 273
Belt, Dr. Elmer, 171
Belton, Bill, 280
Belton, Maxine, 338
Bemis, Gray, 328, 351, 375
Benault, Al, 356
Ben Davis Club, 214
Bender, Albert, 144
Bendor, Bill, 203
Benedaret, Bea, 356
Benedict, Ruth, 192
Benet, William Rose, 114, 132, 189, 239,

240, 244, 262, 273, 323, 324, 328,

330, 351, 352
Benjamin, Herbert, 383
Ben Leider Memorial Fund, 56
Bennett, Delay, 161
Bennett, Eugene V., 249
Bennett, Hugh, 251
Bennett, John C., 328, 351
Bennett, Louise, 233
Bennett, Margaret, 251, 254, 279
Bennett, Robert Russell, 311, 317
Bennett, S. K., 383
Benson, E., 233
Benson, Elmer A., 113, 132, 168, 181, 198,

202, 208, 226, 248, 318, 327, 328,

354

Benson, Frank W., 330
Benson, James D., 141
Bentall, David J., 265, 331
Bentall, J. O., 266
Bentley, Barbara, 210
Bercovici, Leonardo, 210, 260
Berdansky, Louis, 375



Berenholz, Anne, 227

Berenson, Bernard, 330

Berg, Beckie, 343

Berger, Meta, 248

Berger, Mrs. Victor I., 151

Bergh, Haakon, 311, 314

Berkeley Democratic Club, 195

Berland, Sam, 203

Berman, Averill, 219, 279, 355

Berman, Freda, 375

Berman, Jack Y., 355

Berman, Lionel, 340, 377

Bernard, Bern, 250, 255

Bernard, John T., 95, 109, 310, 386

Berne, Lewis Alan, 114, 151, 163, 176,

211, 351

Bernfeld, William, 15
Bernstein, Aline, 189
Bernstein, Harry, 374
Bernstein, Leonard, 210, 392
Bernstein, Maurice, 375
Bernstein, Walter, 378

Berrish, , ., 285

Berry, Abner, 213, 233, 343

Berry, John, 97, 179

Berry, Wallace, 280, 338

Bersin, Harry, 205

Bertholon, George Oliver. 152

Berton, Victor, 311, 312

Besig, Ernest, 4, 5, 6, 111, 112

Bessie, Alvah Cecil, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101,

102, 103, 105, 136, 170, 176, 183,
189, 192, 239, 261, 328, 340, 360

Bethune Branch of the Communist
Party, 215

Bethune, Mary McLeod, 114, 131, 151,
181, 186, 201, 227, 228, 262, 318,
319, 323, 324, 327, 328, 334, 350,
351,353,390

Beverly, Helen, 356

Beyea, Frank, 161

Bianco, Joseph, 94

Bibby, Dr. Henry Lambert, 271, 322

Biberman, Edward, 183, 231, 355

Biberman, Herbert, 106, 154, 160, 162,
164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 175, 193,
226, 239, 250, 251, 255, 256, 257,
267, 276, 310, 328, 346, 360, 373,
374

Biddle, Attorney General Francis, 98, 99,

103, 106, 110, 117, 118, 121, 122,
124, 126, 133, 134, 135, 154, 155,
156, 157, 158, 165, 166, 167, 191,
192, 265, 274, 331, 362, 364, 366,
367, 368, 383

Biddle, George, 248, 386



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