Above: The front and back of Clifford T. Bell's 1935 California Drivers License. Besides clearly
illustrating just how much a drivers license has changed over the years this document gives us the only
written record of Clifford's physical description. All and all he was quite nondescript in appearance -
down right average in fact. The back of the license also tells us that Clifford resided at his place of
work - the California State Exposition Building - in Los Angeles. These living arrangements were not
uncommon in those days. The exact location of Room 127a within the State Exposition Building has
yet to be determined.
Obsolete California State Drivers License
4 inches wide by 2 3/4 inches high
California Department of Motor Vehicles

From the Secret Archives of The Noble & Antediluvian Order of
the Brotherhood of the Purple Fez