Notes

Notes
1
Arthur S. Link, "What Happened to the Progressive Movement in the 1920s?" American Historical Review, LXIV (July, 1959), 833-51
Jackson K. Putnam, "The Persistence of Progressivism in the 1920s: The Case of California," Pacific Historical Review, XXXV (November, 1966), 395-411
Otis L. Graham, Jr., "Postwar Pro- gressivism," The Twenties: The Critical Issues, ed. Joan HofT Wilson (Boston, 1972), 14-25
John L. Shover (ed.), Politics of the Nineteen Twenties (Waltham, Mass., 1970).
2
George Mowry, The California Progressives (1st paperback ed.; Chicago, 1963), 93
Alexander Saxton, "San Francisco Labor and the Populist and Progressive Insurgencies," Pacific Historical Review, XXXIV (November, 1965), 421-38
Michael P. Rogin and John L. Shover, Political Change in California (Westport, Conn., 1970), 62-89.
3
Mowry, 277-80.
5
Hiram Johnson to Katherine Phillips Edson, May 28, 1924, Edson papers, Spe- cial Collections Department, U.C.L.A. Library, Box 1, folder 14.
6
Mowry, 201, 284.
7
Labor Clarion (San Francisco), October 13, 1916.
8
Hiram Johnson to Chester Rowell, March 19, 1917, Rowell papers, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
10
Hiram Johnson to C. K. McClatchy, August 4, 1924, Johnson papers, Bancroft Library.
11
Mowry, 288
Rowell to Edward H. Hamilton, June 23, 1922
12
Franklin Hichborn, "California Politics, 1891-1939" (unpublished MSS, Haynes Foundation, Los Angeles), 1717.
13
Ibid., 1718.
14
Mowry, 284.
Gilman Ostrander, The Prohibition Movement in California, 1848-1933 (Berkeley, 1957), 155
Hichborn, 1723-50.
15
Putnam, loc. cit., 400-02.
16
Hichborn, 1826-33.
17
Ibid., 1928
Ronald Chinn, "Structure and Function of the Democratic Party in California" (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1957), 15-17.
18
Hichborn, 2294.
19
Putnam, loc. cit., 404-06.
20
Ibid., 406-08
Russell M. Posner, "The Progressive Voters' League, 1923- 1926," California Historical Society Quarterly, XXXVI (September, 1957), 151-61.
21
Hichborn, 2151.
22
Posner, loc. cit., 254-55.
23
Russell M. Posner, "State Politics and the Bank of America, 1920-1934" (un- published Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1956), 134.
24
Hiram Johnson to C. K. McClatchy, July 30, 1923, Johnson papers.
26
Hichborn, 2143
Hiram Johnson to Franck Havenner, May 10, 1924, Johnson papers.
27
New York Times, April 26, 1933, 3.
28
Robert James Maddox, "Keeping Cool with Coolidge," Journal of American History, LIII (March, 1967), 772-80.
29
New York Times, March 21, 1924, 2.
30
Ibid., April 10, 1924, p. 1
San Francisco Chronicle, March 28, 1924.
31
Hiram Johnson to Hiram, Jr. and Archibald Johnson, April 6, April 15, 1924, Johnson papers.
32
Hiram Johnson to Young Man's Republican League of Los Angeles, April 20, 1924, Johnson papers.
33
Los Angeles Times, May 1, 1924.
34
Copy in Johnson papers, Part III, Carton 10.
35
May 8, 1924.
37
Rogin and Shover, 62-89.
38
San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 1924
Sacramento Bee, May 24, 1924.
39
San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 1924.
40
Posner, California Historical Society Quarterly, XXXVI, 257
Hichborn, 2157-59.
Robert E. Hen- nings, "California Democratic Politics in the Period of Republican Ascendancy," Pacific Historical Review, XXXI (August, 1962), 267-81.
41
Sacramento Bee, August 23, 1924
San Francisco Chronicle, August 26, 1924.
42
Hichborn, 2272-84.
43
Putnam, loc. cit., 406-08.
44
Hichborn, 2143-87
Sacramento Bee, September 20, 1924.
45
New York Times, September 15, 1924, p. 3
Rowell to Mary E. Gibson, Aug- ust 25, 1924, Rowell papers.
New York Times, September 17, 1924.
Chester Rowell, "Why I Shall Vote for Coolidge," New Republic, XL (October 29, 1924), 218-23
Alan Tavig, "A Disputed Legacy: Roosevelt Pro- gressives and the LaFollette Campaign of 1924," Mid-America, XXIII (January, 1971), 44-64.
46
New York Times, September 14, 1924, 1.
47
Johnson to Frank P. Doherty, October 9, 1924
C. K. McClatchy, August 21, 1924, Johnson papers.
48
New York Times, October 24, 1924, 3.
49
Johnson to Harold Ickes, October 8, 1924.
Kenneth C. MacKay, The Progres- sive Movement of 1924 (New York, 1947), 195
50
San Francisco Chronicle, June 5, October 3, 1924
Posner, "State Politics and the Bank of America," 195.
51
San Francisco Chronicle, September 17, 1924.
52
New York Times, October 25, 1924, 10.
53
Frank P. Doherty to Hiram Johnson, October 13, 1924, Johnson papers.
54
New York Times, October 10, 1924, 6.
55
John B. Elliott to William Gibbs McAdoo, September 2, 1924
Rudolph V. Whiting to McAdoo, November 4, 1924, McAdoo papers, Box 306, 308, Library of Congress.
56
MacKay, 274.
57
Richard M. Scammon, ed., America at the Polls (Pittsburgh, 1965), 57-58.
58
Frank C. Jordan, compiler, Statement of Vote at the General Election held November 4, 1924 (Sacramento, 1924).
59
Robert deRoos, The Thirsty Land (Palo Alto, 1948), 20-21
Mary Mont- gomery and Marion Clawson, History of Legislation and Policy Formation of the Central Valley Project, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics (Berkeley, 1946), 21-25.
60
Hichborn, 2224-71.
61
Ibid., 2014-32.
62
deRoos, 34-40.
63
Peter G. Filene, "An Obituary for The Progressive Movement'," American Quarterly, XXII (Spring, 1970), 20-34.
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