• Creator
  • Gundlach, Ralph
  • Created Date
  • 1950
  • Description
  • This letter is a draft made by Ralph Gundlach, former University of Washington Professor of Psychology, to Governor Arthur B. Langlie concerning the witness George Hewitt and his testimony during the Canwell Committee hearings. Gundlach writes “In the context of the controversy the proof of Professor Rader’s whereabouts in the summer of 1938, this statement by Mr. Canwell was irrelevant and gratuitous. But since Mr. Canwell has seen fit to rep... more
    This letter is a draft made by Ralph Gundlach, former University of Washington Professor of Psychology, to Governor Arthur B. Langlie concerning the witness George Hewitt and his testimony during the Canwell Committee hearings. Gundlach writes “In the context of the controversy the proof of Professor Rader’s whereabouts in the summer of 1938, this statement by Mr. Canwell was irrelevant and gratuitous. But since Mr. Canwell has seen fit to repeat the false charge made by Mr. Hewitt about me, it now becomes particularly appropriate for me to forward to you the concrete and corroborated evidence demonstrated that Mr. Hewitt lied in his testimony before the Canwell Committee.” He then states “At this time I desire to concentrate my attention and my appeal to urging you once again to instruct the appropriate prosecuting officials to carry forward the prosecution of Mr. Hewitt for perjury. I am prepared to make my testimony available in whatever manner or fashion required in such a... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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