Ted Ellsworth's activities as a
health plan administrator and consultant, union representative and labor management
arbitrator, educator, and activist for the aging ranged over a period of more than 45
years. The Ellsworth Collection documents his consulting and efforts on behalf of AB-1
on malpractice, his activities while affiliated with UCLA, transcripts of arbitration
cases, and correspondence to and from Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., Senator Pete Wilson,
Congressmen Harry Waxman, Anthony Beilenson, and Hilary Clinton regarding changes to
social security and Medicare.
Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt Ellsworth’s activities as a health plan administrator
and consultant, union representative, labor management arbitrator, educator, and
activist for the aging ranged over a period of more than 45 years. Ellsworth was active
in the Motion Picture Costumers Union Local 705 (I.A.T.S.E.), became the chapter's
first President, and started the Costumer newsletter in
1941 for the benefit of members serving in WWII.
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