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Description
These papers document the years David Roberti spent as California State Assemblymember for the 48th District (1967-71) and as California State Senator (1971-94). This includes his years as President Pro Tem of the Senate (1980-1994). The Roberti Papers consist of manuscripts, photographs, clippings, and printed material and came from Senator Roberti's Sacramento and district offices. The Research Collection of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles thanks the Julia Stearns Dockweiler Foundation for its generous financial support in the processing of this collection.
Background
David Roberti was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1939. He received his Bachelor of Arts in 1961 from then Loyola University (now Loyola Marymount University), and his JD from the University of Southern California.He served in the California State Assembly from 1967 through 1971, and then in the California State Senate. He was President Pro Tem of the Senate from 1980 through 1994. His noteworthy career as a California state legislator resulted in the passage of the first gun control legislation in the United States (see Series 1, Subseries A).
Extent
369 archival document boxes; 1 oversize folder
Restrictions
Materials in the Department of Archives and Special Collections may be subject to copyright. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, Loyola Marymount University does not claim ownership of the copyright of any materials in its collections. The user or publisher must secure permission to publish from the copyright owner. Loyola Marymount University does not assume any responsibility for infringement of copyright or of publication rights held by the original author or artists or his/her heirs, assigns, or executors.
Availability
Collection is open to research under the terms of use of the Department of Archives and Special Collections, Loyola Marymount University.