The Bill Bradley Papers consist of 9.25 cubic feet of textual records and 1 audiocassette. These materials document Bradley's
activities in the California State Assembly from 1983-1989.
William (Bill) Randolph Bradley, Republican, was a State Assembly Member, who served from 1982 until his death in 1989. His
76th Assembly District included the cities of Escondido, Poway, Ramona, Palm Desert, and Indian Wells, encompassing portions
of San Diego and Riverside Counties.
9.25 cubic feet of textual records, including 1 audiocassette
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