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Philip C. Rawlins

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Rawlins, Philip C. b. November 15, 1908, Single; Laborer and Journalist, CP 1935, received passport# 419601 on May 20, 1937 which listed his address as 2027 East 77th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, Sailed June 2, 1937 aboard the Aquitania, Arrested on June 20, 1937 when the vessel he was travelling to Spain on, the Joven Teresa, was intercepted by the French aviso Granit near Port-Vendres;Arrived in Spain on June 27, 1937; Returned to the US on September 21, 1938 aboard the Ile de France.

 

Sources: Sail, SACB, Cadre, RA, Joven Teresa list from a letter from Jean Massé to Jim Carmody. November 30, 1988.

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Last Name Rawlins
First/Middle Name Philip C.
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Additional Notes Among a group of 22 volunteers arrested aboard the Spanish vessel Joven Teresa on June 20, 1937 when it was intercepted by the French aviso Granit near Port-Vendres