Records accummulated by Robert E. Badham during his 25 years of public service in California include materials from his terms
in the California Assembly and in the U.S. House of Representatives. This collection documents only Badham's political career
and not other aspects of his life. Materials provide information on the work of Badham and legislative colleagues concerning
both issues relating to Southern California and the state as a whole, and those of more national and international significance.
Collection materials include legislative correspondence, correspondence with constituents, photographs, speeches, publications,
newsclippings, campaign documentation, legislative activity files, press releases, and realia. Also included are numerous
video cassette tapes, many of them interviews with national figures on issues of concern to Badham's constituents that were
aired as "The Badham Report" on cable TV in his congressional district.
Robert E. Badham, a fifth generation Californian, was born June 9, 1929. His forefathers
had settled in the Los Angeles area in 1881.
117 linear feet (117 boxes)
Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by
the creators of the records and their heirs. For permission to publish or to reproduce,
please contact the Head of Special Collections and University Archives.
Collection is open for research. Forty-eight hours advance notice is required for access because materials are stored offsite.