Competition: US & Canada
Division of Immigration and Housing, State of California
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:
McWILLIAMS, CAREY: Appointed for a study of plantation agricultural labor in the Hawaiian Islands; tenure, twelve months from the spring of 1941 (postponed).
Born December 13, 1905, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Education: University of Southern California, 1925–27; University of California at Los Angeles, 1921–22, 1923–24.
Chief of Division, 1938—, State Division of Immigration and Housing, California.
Publications: Ambrose Bierce, 1929; The New Regionalism in American Literature, 1931; Louis Adamic and Shadow America, 1935; Factories in the Field, 1939. Articles in New Republic, Nation, American Mercury, North American Review, Saturday Review of Literature, Bookman, Baltimore Sun, Westways. Contributor to Dictionary of American Biography.