FROM THE FILES OF THE FBI #93
STANDARD FORM NO. [?]4
Office M[___]dum - UNITED [____] GOVERNMENT
TO : DIRECTOR, WFO
DATE: March 7, 1951
FROM : SAC, WFO
SUBJECT: HUBBARD DIANETIC
RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INCORPORATED
INTERNAL SECURITY - R
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Corporation Records, District of Columbia, revealed that Hubbard Dianetic
Research Foundation, Incorporated, is a New Jersey Corporation started in
April, 1950, and maintains offices at 666 East Bay Head, New Jersey, and
2065 Hill Top Road, Westfield, New Jersey. Trustees of the Corporation
were shown as follows:
L. RON HUBBARD, Explorers, 10 West 72nd Street, New York, New York.
ARTHUR R. CEPPOS, 177 Madison Avenue, New York, New York.
JOHN W. CAMPBELL, Jr., 2065 Hill Top Road, Westfield, New Jersey.
DONALD H. ROGERS, 41 Fourth Street, Fanwood, New Jersey.
JOSEPH A. WINTER, M.D., 11 Beacon Boulevard, Sea Girt, New Jersey.
SARA N. HUBBARD, Post Office Box 666, Bay Head, New Jersey.
C. PARKER MORGAN, 1143 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.
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Credit Bureau reports reflect that the Hubbard Foundation has main offices
at 275 Morris Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey, and a local office at 2025
Eye [s/b I Street] Street, Northwest. [REMAINDER OF PARAGRAPH BLACKED OUT]
No record of [BLACKED OUT] or [BLACKED OUT] was located in the files of
the Washington Field Office.
With regard to the off icers of the Hubbard Foundation, the files of
Washington Field Office reflect that [BLACKED OUT]
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By letter dated August 30, 1905, entitled "Hubbard Dianetic Research
Foundation, Incorporated, Internal Security - R," the Washington Field
Office advised Newark that information had been received from [BLACKED
OUT] who had read a book entitled "Hermitage House" by L. RON HUBBARD and
had decided to enroll in the Hubbard School. After spending two weeks in
the school, he decided the organization could have subversive motives
behind it and could be the means of transmitting espionage materials over
the United States. He offered no plausible explanation for the above
The letter of January 25, 1951, advised that no action was being taken in
the matter in the absence of Bureau instructions.
The above information is being submitted for the information of the Bureau
and Newark. Should the Newark Office be in possession of information
which they believe pertinent to this matter, it should be furnished to the
Bureau and Washington Field Office.