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|Institution||Department of Archives and Special Collections, Loyola Marymount University Library.|
|Country of Creation||US|
|Copyright Status||Public Domain|
|Copyright Statement||Materials in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Item/Call Number||Dockweiler Family Collection, 1827-1996 CSLA-12, Series 2: Political Activities, Box 6, Folder 5|
|Transcription||An Informal INTRODUCTION to John F. Dockweiler [diamond] DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. California today faces greater and graver problems than at any time during her glorious history as a commonwealth. 1938 will be a Democratic year in California. For the first time in 42 years the Democratic party has the opportunity of electing a Democratic governor. Here is the one man who can successfully unite all the various sections of the Democratic Party in California. General headquarters: LOS ANGELES . . . . . 2345 SO. FIGUEROA Phone RIchmond 0166 OAKLAND . . . . . FINANCIAL CENTER BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO . . . . . 693 SUTTER STREET Phone ORdway 5610 FRESNO . . . . . 1044 FULTON STREET Phone 3-9541 SACRAMENTO . . . . . SACRAMENTO HOTEL|