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Science, Restraint, and J. Edgar Hoover: Building and Maintaining the FBI Brand, 1933 to 1972
Unformatted Document Text:  Cecil,  Tiernan,  Koroglu  —  Science,  Restraint,  and  J.  Edgar  Hoover    —   27     xliii Washington Star, May 2, 1936, 12. xliv Richard Gid Powers, G-Men: Hoover’s FBI in American Popular Culture (Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1983), 161. xlv Donald Whitehead’s nearly 600-page FBI file, 77-HQ-68662 details his work on the book. xlvi For an brief review of the FBI in American Popular culture, see Theoharis, et al. The FBI: A Comprehensive Reference Guide. xlvii V.P. Keay, “Investigative Summary,” April 22, 1939, FBI file 29-100-651. xlviii For a complete account of the Dicksons’ exploits and the shooting in St. Louis, see, “ ‘In the Eyes of Men’: Ben and Stella Mae Dickson, Bank Robbers,” South Dakota History 29, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 155-173. xlix Kansas City Journal, April 7, 1939, 1A. l Topeka Daily Capital, April 7, 1939, 1; Special Agent in Charge Gerald B. Norris, St. Louis, Missouri, Investigative Summary, April 8, 1939, FBI file 7-2561-616. li Ibid., 3. lii Ibid., 5. liii “Monotonous Tale,” Baltimore Sun, April 8, 1939, 6. liv Jack Carley, “Editorial,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, April 8, 1939, 4. lv J. Edgar Hoover, letter to Special Agents in Charge [42 offices], May 31, 1939, FBI file 7- 2561-815X1. lvi J. Edgar Hoover to Special Agent in Charge [50 offices], November 15, 1939, FBI file 7- 2561-859. lvii [Redacted], SAC, Louisville, Kentucky, letter to J. Edgar Hoover, March 25, 1955, FBI file 7-2561-901. lviii Louis B. Cochran, FBI Man: A Personal History (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1966). lix Theoharis, ed., The FBI: A Comprehensive Research Guide, 114. lx Senator George Norris, letter to Attorney General Robert H. Jackson, February 22, 1940, FBI file 94-4-4514-1X. lxi Theoharis, 115. lxii Cook’s FBI file totals more than 600 pages and The Nation file numbers more than 1,500 pages. lxiii Fred J. Cook, “The FBI,” The Nation, 187 (October 18, 1958): 222. lxiv Ibid., 224.

Authors: Cecil, Matthew., Tiernan, Jennifer. and Koroglu, Didem.
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xliii
 Washington Star, May 2, 1936, 12. 
xliv
 Richard Gid Powers, G-Men: Hoover’s FBI in American Popular Culture (Carbondale 
and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1983), 161. 
xlv
 Donald Whitehead’s nearly 600-page FBI file, 77-HQ-68662 details his work on the 
book. 
xlvi
 For an brief review of the FBI in American Popular culture, see Theoharis, et al. The 
FBI: A Comprehensive Reference Guide. 
xlvii
 V.P. Keay, “Investigative Summary,” April 22, 1939, FBI file 29-100-651. 
xlviii
 For a complete account of the Dicksons’ exploits and the shooting in St. Louis, see, “ 
‘In the Eyes of Men’: Ben and Stella Mae Dickson, Bank Robbers,” South Dakota History 
29, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 155-173. 
xlix
 Kansas City Journal, April 7, 1939, 1A. 
l
 Topeka Daily Capital, April 7, 1939, 1; Special Agent in Charge Gerald B. Norris, St. 
Louis, Missouri, Investigative Summary, April 8, 1939, FBI file 7-2561-616. 
li
 Ibid., 3. 
lii
 Ibid., 5. 
liii
 “Monotonous Tale,” Baltimore Sun, April 8, 1939, 6. 
liv
 Jack Carley, “Editorial,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, April 8, 1939, 4. 
lv
 J. Edgar Hoover, letter to Special Agents in Charge [42 offices], May 31, 1939, FBI file 7-
2561-815X1. 
lvi
 J. Edgar Hoover to Special Agent in Charge [50 offices], November 15, 1939, FBI file 7-
2561-859. 
lvii
 [Redacted], SAC, Louisville, Kentucky, letter to J. Edgar Hoover, March 25, 1955, FBI 
file 7-2561-901. 
lviii
 Louis B. Cochran, FBI Man: A Personal History (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 
1966). 
lix
 Theoharis, ed., The FBI: A Comprehensive Research Guide, 114. 
lx
 Senator George Norris, letter to Attorney General Robert H. Jackson, February 22, 1940, 
FBI file 94-4-4514-1X. 
lxi
 Theoharis, 115. 
lxii
 Cook’s FBI file totals more than 600 pages and The Nation file numbers more than 
1,500 pages. 
lxiii
 Fred J. Cook, “The FBI,” The Nation, 187 (October 18, 1958): 222. 
lxiv
 Ibid., 224. 


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