Biographyk-Clark, Leslie Carlton b. September 5, 1901, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota; Father Charles Clark (1877-?); Single; US Navy sailor at Naval Base San Pedro in 1920, Inmate at Washington State Reformatory in 1930 (arrested for being "drunk" in 1928, arrested again in 1930 for parole violation), Laborer and WPA Worker; CP 1934; Received Passport# 306070, San Francisco series, on July 22, 1937 which listed his address as Carlton Hotel, Tacoma, Washington; Sailed August 4, 1937 aboard the Aquitania; Arrived in Spain via Massanet on August 15, 1937; Trained with the 2nd BN of Instruction; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington Battalion; Killed in action February 14, 1938, Atalaya.
Source: Scope of Soviet Activity; Cadre; Figueres List; XV BDE; RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 544, ll. 78 (fiche); Pacific NW.
Photograph: Leslie Carlton Clark, Passport Photograph, 1937.