Above: One of the earlier dated pages from the journal kept by Clifford T. Bell after taking employment at the California State
Exposition Building. While Clifford's adventures were many and varied he does not appear to have made any attempt to leave a
written record of them until after his arrival in Southern California in the early 1930s.

Known by several names including the Fez Diary and Fez Journal, many of these pages of Clifford's journal were found within a
locked steel bankers box along with a treasure trove of other artifacts, photographs and documents in the sub basement levels of the
old National Guard Armory that stood close by the State Exposition Building in Exposition Park.

While far from complete, the surviving pages of this journal have provided the framework for the retelling of Clifford T. Bell's
amazing story.
Typed Manuscript Diary Page on c.1930s California State Exposition Building Stationary
8 1/2 inches wide by 11 inches high

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