Photograph of U.S. Rep. Helen Gahagan Douglas, third from right, meeting some of her Los Angeles constituents who have travled to Washington, D.C. The visitors are, from left, Claude McKinnon, Juanita Terry, Dr. H. Claude Hudson, Amerigo Bozzani, H.A. Howard, Douglas, Clayton Russell, and Gwendolyn Diggs Russell. Douglas represented the 14th District of California in the House of Representatives from 1945 until 1950. Clayton Russell was the head of the People's Independent Church of Christ; Gwendolyn Diggs Russell was his wife. H. Claude Hudson was president of the Los Angeles branch of the NAACP from 1924 until 1934, and in 1947 founded Broadway Federal Savings, a financial institution serving Los Angeles' African-American community. Juanita Terry was an administrative assistant to Congresswoman Douglas and was active in Democratic Party activities in Los Angeles. H. A. Howard was a realtor and later an executive at Broadway Federal Savings. Amerigo Bozzani owned a Los Angeles automobile dealership.
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