Joseph E. Bordeaux
Funeral services for Joseph E. Bordeaux, 64, veteran motion-picture property man with Mack Sennett in the early days, will be conducted today at 2:00 p.m. in Pierce Bros. Hollywood Chapel, followed by inurnment in the Chapel of the Pines.
Born in Pueblo, CO, he came here 37 years ago and lived at 711 N. Berendo St. He died Sunday and leaves his widow, Madeline, and a daughter, Mrs. Jewell Fortin.
PASSPORT APPLICATION in Los Angeles, CA
26 Feb 1918
I, Joseph Bordeaux, a Native and Loyal Citizen of the United States, hereby apply to the Department of State, at Washington, for a passport. (And wife Madeline, born Brooklyn, N.Y. Sep 4, 1892)
I solemnly swear that I was born at Valley Field, in the State of Canada on or about the 9th day of March, 1886, that my father, Joseph Bordeaux was born in Colorado and is now deceased.
And that I am domiciled in the United States, my permanent residence being at Los Angeles in the State of CAL, where I follow the occupation of Moving Pictures. I am about to go abroad temporarily; and I intend to return to the United States within (indefinite) months/years, with the purpose of residing and performing the duties of citizenship therein; and I desire a psssport for use in visiting the countries hereinfor named for the following purpose: JAPAN/Moving Pictures.
I intend to leave the United States from the port of San Francisco, sailing on board the Shinyo Maru on March 16th, 1918
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS
12 Sep 1918 Los Angeles, CA
Residence: 622 S. Hill St, Los Angeles, L.A. CA
Alien Declarant: Says that he is a citizen of CANADA
Present occupation: Motion Pictures
Height: 5'5 3/4"
Build: Medium 140 lbs
Madeline E. Searby Bordeaux
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