Phillip Burton papers 1945-1986, bulk 1956-1983

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Phillip Burton papers, 1945-1986, bulk 1956-1983

Phillip Burton papers 1945-1986, bulk 1956-1983

The Phillip Burton Papers document the career of an American politician who served in the United States Congress. He served 10 terms, from 1964-1983, in the United States House of Representatives as Congressman for California's San Francisco district.

Number of containers: 34 cartons, 1 oversize volume, 2 oversize folders; Linear feet: 43 linear feet

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