EAGLE STAFF IN ZW% 1952
The EAGLE staff: Joseph Blackburn Bass, editor
Leon H. Washington, advertising manager; Loren
Miller, city editor; Samuel Hamilton, lino ?
operator; Jesus Cano, o^atpro-BTgr^William M.
Solomon, all-around printer; amckAl Jo%>f|h,
Max Williams, not on
the oicture, was also
a lino ooerator
Photograph of Joseph Blackburn Bass (top row, left) with some of the California Eagle staff taken at the newspaper's offices in 1932. In the front row, from left, are Jesus Cano, compositor, smoking a cigar; William M. Solomon, printer; and Al Joseph, pressman. In the top row, from left, are Bass, editor-in-chief; Leon H. Washington, advertising manager; Loren Miller, city editor, and Samuel Hamilton, linotype operator. Linotype operators John Prowd and Max Williams, not included in the photograph, were also employed at the newspaper at this time. Bass was married to California Eagle publisher Charlotta Bass.
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