Page 202. Roger M. Coffin, chairman of the local office of the Retirement Life Payments Association and Ham & Eggs campaign director in San Diego.
Page 204. Coffin and his wife, Wilma, were married the year before their arrival in San Diego. Wilma was an experienced bookkeeper and looked after the San Diego RLPA’s financial records.
Page 205. Speakers at the 1938 publicity reburial of Archie Price included: (left to right), Sherman Bainbridge (on crutches), Hams & Eggs advocate; Culbert Olson, candidate for governor; Roger Coffin, and Sheridan Downey, candidate for U.S. Senate.
Page 206. The Ham & Eggs initiative as it appeared on the 1939 California State ballot as Proposition 1.
Page 211. Theodore C. Macaulay, Secretary-manager of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce and organizer of the Committee Against 30-Thursday.
Page 214. The “list” of enemies as it appeared in the San Diego California.
Page 215. C. Leon DeAryan (left), publisher of The Broom and an important Ham and Eggs antagonist, campaigned against the initiative on the streets of San Diego.
Page 217. “Speaker ‘poses’ for portraits.” Mug shots of Walter L. Thornton appeared on the front page of the San Diego Union two days before the election.
Page 220. Coffin was stunned by early returns showing Proposition 1 headed for defeat.