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J. Edgar Hoover and Gene Tunney W.E. Hall

J. Edgar Hoover, center, director of federal bureau of investigation, urged education against crime in a talk at the 30th anniversary of boys clubs of America in Chicago on Nov. 10, 1936. He said there was “no reason why education against crime should not be a primary factor in our common schools.” With him are shown, W.E. Hall, left, President of boys clubs, and Gene Tunney, right, who also attended. (AP Photo)

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