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Arthur Goldberg

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Goldberg, Arthur


k-Goldberg, Arthur. (Grogan, Quentin Arthur; Gorgan), b. August 29 (10), 1913, NYC, Attended the University of Michigan, Married (Single), WPA Teacher, Radio technician and Taxi driver, CP April 1933, Domicile 3999 Dickinson Avenue, NYC; Sailed February 20, 1937 aboard the Ile de France, Arrived in Spain on March 7 (5), 1937; Served with the XV BDE, Mackenzie-Papineau BN in training, sent as replacement to the brigade, Brunete later Ambulance driver Cordoba, Captured and executed April 3, 1938 during the Retreats.

Sources: Cadre (under Gorgan), Mac-Pap, RA (under Gorgan), USSDA 2:0581, 54:0894.

Photograph: Edward Lending, Bob Steck and Arthur Goldberg just before embarking on the Ile de France, Ed Lending Collection.

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