Jesse M. Unruh Papers 1957-1987


Jesse M. Unruh Papers 1957-1987

Jesse M. Unruh was first elected to represent the 65th Assembly district in 1954, and served until 1970, when he left office to run for Governor of California. He was Assembly Speaker from 1961-1968, and Assembly Minority Floor Leader from 1969-1970. The Jesse M. Unruh Papers consist of 63 cubic feet of textual records and 22 boxes of audiovisual records reflecting Unruh's legislative activities during his 15-year career in the State Assembly, and his involvement in various political campaigns (his own and others').

85 cubic feet



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