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Name Warren, Earl
Role Law
Born 1891
Birthplace Los Angeles, CA
Deceased 1974
Deceased where Washington, D.C.
Occupation Lawyer, United States Army, Alameda County District Attorney, Chair of the California Republican Party, Attorney General of California, Governor of California, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Grandmaster of the California Freemasons,
Titles & honors Pilgrim Degree of Merit (Loyal Order of Moose), California Hall of Fame, Presidential Medal of Freedom
Education University of California at Berkeley
Places of residence Bakersfield, CA
Father Mathias H. Warren (Varren)
Mother Crystal Hernlund
Spouse Nina Meyers
Children Virginia Warren, Earl Warren Jr., Dorothy Warren, Nina Warren, Robert Warren

Associated Records

Image of 2015.001.00514.1 - Presenting a Boutonnière to Governor Earl Warren in Front of the Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

2015.001.00514.1 - Presenting a Boutonnière to Governor Earl Warren in Front of the Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

Presenting a Boutonnière to Governor Earl Warren in Front of the Burlingame City Hall, October 1949. Black and white negative shows a woman in a checkered jacket and skirt presenting a boutonnière to Governor Earl Warren in front of the Burlingame City Hall during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. Earl Warren wears a suit and stands in front of a KVSM microphone as the woman pins the boutonnière to his jacket. There are ten other individuals behind Warren and the woman pinning the boutonnière who are watching the scene. The large brick Burlingame City Hall building appears in the background of the image. Part of a series of 4.

Image of 2015.001.00514.2 - Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, 1949

2015.001.00514.2 - Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, 1949

Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, October 1949. Black and white negative shows Governor Earl Warren greeting a crowd in front of the Burlingame City Hall during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. Warren shakes hands with a woman at center in the image. There are approximately ten other people are around him watching the scene. The brick Burlingame City Hall building is visible in the background. Part of a series of 4.

Image of 2015.001.00514.3 - Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

2015.001.00514.3 - Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949. Black and white negative shows Governor Earl Warren speaking into a KVSM microphone in front of Burlingame City Hall during his campaign for re-election. Burlingame Mayor Dan Love is in the background on the right with his arms folded across his chest. There are approximately 16 other people standing behind Warren. Behind the crowd is the Burlingame City Hall and a neon sign that reads "POLICE DEPT." Lettering in an arched window on the building reads, "CITY OF BURLINGAME / 265." Part of a series of 4.

Image of 2015.001.00514.4 - Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949

2015.001.00514.4 - Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949

Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949. Black and white negative of Governor Earl Warren greeting City Officials outside the Burlingame City Hall. To the left of Governor Warren is Burlingame mayor Dan Love, who is holding the governor's right elbow. Looking into the camera, second from the right, is Ulysses Scott "Les" Simonds, Jr., a former mayor of Burlingame. There are approximately 16 other people near the governor and in the background. A large building with the words "Jenkle-Davidson / OPTICIANS" on the side is also visible in the background. A pole with an American flag juts out from an unseen building on the far right. Part of a series