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Levine (Marvin) 1969 Oil Spill Papers
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The Marvin Levine 1969 Oil Spill Papers are a selection of materials covering the 5-year aftermath of the 1969 Santa Barbara Channel oil spill from the point of view of the Santa Barbara County government as it worked to hold Union Oil Company responsibile for clean-up of an environmental catasophe.
Marvin Levine (1930-2013) served as Chief Deputy County Counsel for Santa Barbara County, California. He represented the County in the lawsuit against Union Oil Company following the environmental disaster of the Santa Barbara Channel Oil Blowout of 1969.
.4 Linear Feet
Property rights reside with the Santa Barbara Historical Museum. For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head Archivist of the Gledhill Library.
Collection is open for research.