• Creator
  • Ethel, Garland
  • Created Date
  • 1948
  • Description
  • In this document Professor Garland Ethel, of the University of Washington’s English Department, recounts his interviews with President of the University, Raymond B. Allen. Ethel states that he visited Dr. Allen’s office several times before the Canwell Committee was conducted and admitted to being a past member of the Communist Party. Ethel states “I called President Allen on the telephone and asked him if he would like a statement in writing ... more
    In this document Professor Garland Ethel, of the University of Washington’s English Department, recounts his interviews with President of the University, Raymond B. Allen. Ethel states that he visited Dr. Allen’s office several times before the Canwell Committee was conducted and admitted to being a past member of the Communist Party. Ethel states “I called President Allen on the telephone and asked him if he would like a statement in writing wherein would be recapitulated the substance of my statement to him, particularly with reference to the matter of having once been a member of the Communist Party and the circumstances that had led to joining and those also that subsequently had led to leaving said Communist Party. To this question as to whether a written statement was desired, President Allen replied in the negative and further stated that he desired no such account in writing because he was completely satisfied with the oral statement I had made to him. In consequence of... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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