Hutchins, Evelyn.

Biography

Hutchins, Evelyn (Rahman, Evelyn; Hamilton, Evelyn); b. August 1, 1910; Snohomish (Monroe), Washington; AMB; High School Education; No prior military service; Married; Photographer; CP December 1933, Spanish CP, Food and Cafeteria Workers Union AFL; Arrived in Spain on April 6, 1937; Served with the Republican Medical Services, April 22, 1937 sent to Hospital in Saelices as an ambulance driver; Transferred July 17, 1937 to Tarancon until the end of October 1937; then to Viilla Paz; then to Vich through the end of June 1938; then sent to Evacuation Group Army of the Ebro until repatriated on October 29, 1938; Returned to the US on December 1, 1938 aboard the Queen Mary; d. July 1982.
Sibling: brother Karl Rahman (1912-1996).

Sources: RGASPI (under Rahman) RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 967, ll. 29-34; Pacific NW; The Good Fight; (obituary) The Volunteer, L-W Tree Ancestry. Code A
Evelyn Hutchins Interview, August 27, 1980; John Gerassi Oral History Collection; ALBA.AUDIO.018; box number 1; folder number 18091 to 18-092; Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, New York University.
Photographs: Evelyn Hutchins with her truck; and Hutchins from a photo of arriving AMB members in Barcelona, Frederika Martin Photos ALBA 1:1:10:1, Tamiment etc.