Red girl arrest, 1951
Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Illus. Red gal arrest. Haldora Sigurdson, petite blonde who was detained momentarily at Terminal Island Immigration Detention Station and then released on $2,000 bond after Federal G. ordered her arrest on suspicion of being or having been a member of Communist Party. She refused to cooperate with reporters in explaining why she was at the Station, refused to tell her Attorney's name until he arrived and turned out to be John Tobin who said that Haldora 'deserved a break' because she had come to the United States from Canada in 1944 to study at USC and after graduation had entered Compton school system as Supervisor. He admitted that she had belonged to the John Reed Study Club. She would only admit that she had belonged to 'a study club'".