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California Delegation to the
1940 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Frank H. Buck, Vacaville - J. Frank Burke, Los Angeles - Hugh M. Burns, Fresno - Francis Carr, Redding - Mrs. Frank P. Deering, San Francisco - Isidore B. Dockweiler, Los Angeles - Melvyn Douglas, Los Angeles - J. Ray Files, Los Angeles - William J. Fitzgerald, Roseville - John Anson Ford, Los Angeles - Thomas F. Ford, Los Angeles - John L. Garaventa, Concord - J. C. Garrison, Modesto - Lee E. Geyer, Gardena - Augustus F. Hawkins, Los Angeles - Edward H. Heller - Francis Hertzog, Long Beach - Chet Holifield, Montebello - J. James Hollister, Gaviota - Edouard V. M. Izac, San Diego - Mrs. Mattison Boyd Jones, Glendale - Robert W. Kenny, Los Angeles - Cecil R. King, Los Angeles - Mrs. George J. Knox, San Francisco - Elmer E. Lore, North Hollywood, Los Angeles - William M. Malone, San Francisco - Courtney McCracken, Woodlake - Patrick W. McDonough, Oakland - B. Z. McKinney, Santa Ana - Mrs. Robert McWilliams, San Francisco - Allen J. Moore, Oakland - A. L. Nelson, Fortuna - Culbert L. Olson, Los Angeles - John C. Packard, Pasadena - Paul Peek, Long Beach - Max Radin, Berkeley - Clyde C. Redwine, Mountain View - Mark M. Rose, Holtville - John F. Shelley - Harry R. Sheppard, Yucaipa - Ivan C. Spurbeck, Marysville - W. S. Van Dyke, West Los Angeles - Jerry Voorhis, San Dimas - Alexander Watchman, San Francisco - J. Stitt Wilson, Berkeley - Margaret K. Workman, Los Angeles - Donald R. Younger, Santa Cruz - Robert A. Zarick, Sacramento

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Mrs. J. A. Bainbridge - Joseph A. Ball - G. Vernon Bennett, Los Angeles - W. M. Bishop - Cecelia Bittner - Amerigo Bozzani, Pasadena - Charles M. Brown - Heber J. Brown - Mrs. T. A. Burnett - Elizabeth L. Carlson - Gertrude V. Clark - Margaret L. Clark - Michael Costello - Fred H. Crone - Daniel F. Del Carlo - Joseph F. De Rosa - Helen Gahagan Douglas - Edward J. Durkin - Mrs. T. G. Emmons - A. F. Gaynor - Cecil Gillett - Evelyn Gillette - Lucretia del Valle Grady - Elizabeth B. Graham - Margaret Gettys Hall - Peirson M. Hall - Naomi Hammond - Olive M. Hanniff - Mrs. Buena M. Harper - Franck R. Havenner - Mrs. Harry G. Henley - Clifton Hildebrand - Clayton L. Howland - Edith B. Kelley - Samson A. Lindauer - Thomas F. Lopez, Fresno - Marcus M. McCallen, Huntington Beach - Ann H. McFarland - Edward L. Mulligan - Ken Murray - Frank Olson - John Olson - Rose Marie Packard - Charles J. Powers - Rosemarie C. Powers - Ethel Reed - Maurice Saeta - James C. Sheppard - A. B. Shore - James G. Smyth - Lodis C. Sniffin - James Marion Tadlock - Guy W. Vandegrift - Leon H. Washington, Jr. - John W. York - Mrs. Marion S. Younger

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