Memoranda, notes, reports, resolutions, correspondence, and newspaper clippings documenting Morrison's service as a San Francisco
Supervisor, particularly during his second term from 1966-1969. Includes some post-supervisorial, civic and consultant business
Jack Morrison was a central figure in the founding and growth of liberal Democratic and neighborhood organizations that came
to dominate San Francisco's political life. Known as a grass-roots-citizen-politician who stood for principle, integrity,
and comity in civic life, Morrison was a pioneer in urban environmentalism, leading successful fights to protect the San Francisco
waterfront from overdevelopment and to increase accessibility to Golden Gate Park. He led the fight against downtown development
and the move to tear down the Embarcadero Freeway. He also advocated for the less-fortunate.
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