Author

Fred S. Farr

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Description

Majority of clippings pertain to Farr's legislative efforts throughout 1965, particularly in the areas of environmental conservation and highway beautification. Farr's bill mandating that growers provide toilets and washing facilities for field workers, investigations into incidents involving the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club, and Farr's work with the Senate Interim Committee on Natural Resources are also represented. An article on Farr's son, future congressman Sam Farr, highlighting his work as a Peace Corps volunteer in Colombia, is included on page 8. Clippings date from January 1, 1965, to December 2, 1965.

Date

1965

Geographic Coverage

Monterey County (Calif.)

Subjects

Farr, Fred S., 1910-1997; California--Politics and government; California. Legislature. Senate; Bills, Legislative; Conservation

Type

text

Source Medium

Scrapbooks

Digital Format

application/pdf

Language

eng

Digital Collection

Farr Legacy Collection

Repository

Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay

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Comments

To view scrapbook with all clippings unfolded, please click the Download button above. Full scrapbook contains several loose items at back, including a photocopied article with images of Farr and his family from October 1954, an article noting daughter Nancy Farr's death from injuries sustained in a horseback riding accident, and sample Monterey County election ballots. Loose items date from October 28, 1954, to November 7, 1964.

Fred Farr Scrapbook, 1965 Clippings, Legislative Session & Year

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