Glenn M. Anderson Papers, 1870s-2000, 1940-1994,

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Glenn M. Anderson Papers, 1870s-2000, 1940-1994,

This collection comprises papers related to the long political career of Glenn M. Anderson, who served in California as mayor of the city of Hawthorne, as State Assemblyman, and as Lieutenant Governor, then represented the state in the House of Representatives. The wide-ranging collection contains legislation, reports, correspondence, scrapbooks, newsletters, audio-visual material, and other items recording Anderson’s deep involvement in the political issues facing California and the United States, and his work with many of the major political figures of the twentieth century, including Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Adlai Stevens, Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, and others.

649 boxes,; [430 linear ft]

eng,

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SNAC Resource ID: 6656025

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