Interior Department Loyalty Board memorandum to Ruth Schmidt

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Interior Department Loyalty Board memorandum to Ruth Schmidt

Description

Memorandum from E. L. Compton, Secretary of the Interior Department Loyalty Board to Ruth Schmidt. The memorandum explains that due to the evidence presented at Schmidt's Loyalty Hearing, she has not been found disloyal to the United States Government.

Creator

Compton, E.L.

Source

Ruth Schmidt papers, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Date

1951

Rights

Archives and Special Collections does not hold copyright to this document.

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PDF

Language

English

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Text

Identifier

uaa-hmc-0792-1950HUAC-DOI

Coverage

1951

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United States
Department of the Interior
Office of the Secretary
Washington 25, D.C.

Personal and Confidential

Memorandum

To: Ruth Anna Maria Schmidt
1817 North Rhodes Street
Arlington, Virginia

From: Secretary, Interior Department Loyalty Board

Subject: Loyalty Investigation

The Interior Department Loyalty Board, after having given you a hearing pursuant to your request and after having considered the complete file, testimony, and argument in your case, determined by a unanimous vote at a meeting held on October 30, 1940, that, on all the evidence, no reasonable ground exists for believing that you are disloyal in the Government of the United States. The disposition of your case by the Loyalty Review Board of the Civil Service Commission, upon post-audit, to be in accordance with the regulations governing the administration of the loyalty program.

Your case has been closed on the basin of the favorable determination by the Interior Department Loyalty Board.

E. L. Compton, Secretary
Interior Department
Loyalty Board

Citation

Compton, E.L. , “Interior Department Loyalty Board memorandum to Ruth Schmidt,” Archives - Omeka, accessed October 20, 2018, http://consortiumlibrary.org/archives/omeka/items/show/10.