Pt. I: letters and scrapbooks relating primarily to his interests in reform government, the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, and
the Progressive Party and to his campaigns for public office. (Portfolio, 2 v.)
Pt. II - On film only: two scrapbooks of clippings, ca. 1920-1926, relating to campaign for re-election as superior court
judge, San Diego Co., and a few letters.
Edgar Augustine Luce -lawyer, judge and prominent figure in San Diego politics -served as deputy city attorney and city prosecutor
of San Diego, 1909-1910, as member of the state senate, 1914-1918, and as superior judge, San Diego County, 1919-1925. Thereafter
he returned to private practice.
Number of containers: 2 volumes, 1 portfolio, and 1 microfilm reel
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