FBI List of 1947 Identification Orders

A list of Identification Orders issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, outstanding as of January 20, 1947. All others not listed have been cancelled. Signed by director J. Edgar Hoover.

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Names in this online transcription include Andreytchine, Anger, Avent, Ayers, Baker, Barker, Berisford, Berman, Berringer, Blankenship, Braun, Bryson, Bugg, Buonvino, Carey, Cole, Collins, Corbin, Corvasce, Cumby, Davis, Delmont, Dembin, Demoss, Demski, Denning, Deutsch, Dickson, Drechsler, Ennis, Evans, Everman, Farley, Fields, Funches, Gaertner, Gianikos, Gideon, Goneau, Gracia, Green, Grijalva, Hall, Hamlin, Harrison, Hawkins, Hayes, Hendricks, Hite, Hobbs, Hogan, Homeyer, Horan, Hunter, Jaakkola, Jackson, Jaenhe, Jennings, Kasel, Kaye, Kennedy, Kessler, Kiltz, King, Klauke, Kreature, Krellenstein, Krulla, Kusch, LaMantia, Laukki, Lendle, Lossieff, Manns, Martinez, McCaine, McCutcheon, McNurlin, Meehan, Merckel, Mitchell, Moran, Moreno, Myers, Olay, Osborne, Owen, Perry, Pezzopane, Pitts, Poole, Purdom, Ramos, Reczynski, Reiman, Retherford, Rice, Rich, Richards, Roche, Roe, Rogan, Rogers, Rossmeisl, Rothfisher, Sakovitz, Santoya, Savkovich, Schmidt, Seldon, Sherwood, Shetsky, Smith, Stanczak, Stowe, Sweeney, Tarantino, Tavera, Terry, Thompson, Trujillo, Tucker, Vela, Veno, Vernon, Villa, Wagner, Warner, Webster, Weil, Welicka, Wells, Werner, Wiggins, Williams, Wilson, Woodbury, Woolworth, Wright, Yuen, Zappola.

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