Employment of Homosexuals and Other Sex Perverts in Government, Interim Report Submitted to the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments by the Subcommittee on Investigations Pursuant to S. Res 280 (81st Congress, 2nd Session). US Serial Set, volume 11401, Senate Document no. 241, 1950.
SuDoc Call No: Y 3.N 21/6:1/949
Since the committee was chaired by Senator Clyde Hoey (D-NC), this is often called the Hoey Report. Hoey was known to be a conservative Democrat, and opposed statehood for Hawaii in 1950 because he felt there weren’t enough white people residing there to justify statehood.
Submitted by JJacobs:
Label this as a sad, twisted reminder of the post-war era and the long disturbing plight of homosexuals in the United States.