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Sennett, William

Communist functionary and corporate executive; an oral history conducted 1981 and 1982 by Marshall Windmiller, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library.

University of California, Berkeley. 1984, 401p., text typewriter- or keyboard-set, loose sheets in blue wraps, 8.5x11 inches, holes neatly punched at left for insertion of comb binding, but no fastenings present. Sennett served with the Lincoln Brigade in Spain. At random, from p.153: " Yes. Apparently, the camp newspaper looked for people with unusual experiences or that would be of special interest, because I was appraoched [sic] on that basis. I was also contacted, while in Keesler Field, by a special agent of the FBI who was fishing for information in the course of a stupid interview. He asked me how deep were Spanish waters around certain ports" etc

Cat.No: 98327

Price: $30.00

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