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Governor’s Office Christmas Party, December 23, 1952
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Sacramento Public Library
Sacramento Ephemera Collection
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A photograph from Earl Warren’s 1952 Christmas party in the governor’s office. Pictured: On floor: Jean Corlett, Stella Pauw, Carol Jan, Reba Clinkingbeard, Joyce Williams (Clerk), Lola Jean Bever (Stenographer) On chairs: Benny Mackley (Clerk), Helen MacGregor (Governor Warren’s Personal Secretary), , Helen van Sams (Stenographer), Phyllis DeCroix (Stenographer), Josephine Rolufs (Clerk), Elva Crispin (Stenographer), Florence Lombard (Stenographer), Bonnie Carmack (Clerk), Blanche Hoffman (Bookkeeper), Governor Earl Warren, Betty McFarlane (Typist) Standing: 1st Row: James Welsh, Cecil Hicks (Secretary), Teddy Hymes, Betty Foot (Stenographer), Helen Johnson (Clerk), Florence Klein (Stenographer), Alice Anderson (Office Supervisor), Wilma Wagner (Clerk), Marie Sutherlin (Stenographer), Madelaine Doty (Receptionist), Ruth Burgess (Stenographer) 2nd Row: Richard McKinney, Lou Margullis, Irene Mills (Clerk), Marie Burnside (Clerk), Vivian Boisvert (Typist), Irene Hooper (Clerk), Walter Halset (Assistant Secretary), Berenice Loftus (Clerk), Alice Jones (Typist), Hazel Taylor (Clerk), Alice Clover (Stenographer), Margaret Bryan (Stenographer), Marguerite Gallagher (Stenographer), Gwen Couch (Stenographer) 3rd Row: Merrill F. “Pop” Small (Secretary), James Oakley (Secretary), “Sarge” Cumings, Beach Vasey (Secretary), Ann Gambach (Typist), Maryalice Lemmon (Stenographer), Verne Scoggins (Secretary)
Architecture, Historic
Capitol Building
Capitol Building, Interior of

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