Collier's papers document his career in the State Senate. He handled the concerns of the constituents he represented as well
as the interests of the general public. Many of the bills he drafted were preceded by extensive background research and hearings.
The records were transferred to the custody of the California State Archives on April 15, 1980. They are arranged in three
parts: 1.) Author Bill Files; 2.) Subject Files and 3.) Highway and Transportation Files.
Senator Randolph Collier was elected to the State Legislature from 1938-1976 to represent Humboldt, Mendocino, Sonoma, Lake,
Trinity, Del Norte and Siskiyou counties. The main industries in the area are lumber, agriculture, mining, dairies and cattle.
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