This collection contains the papers of Gloria Molina (born 1948), who was a Los Angeles County Supervisor of the First Supervisorial
District from 1991 to 2014. This collection is mainly comprised of records created and accumulated during her years on the
Board of Supervisors. These materials -- including correspondence, agenda, motions, reports, press clippings, notes, ephemera,
site plans, photographs, audiovisual and electronic resources -- document a wide range of activities performed by Molina and
her staff, such as project planning, legislation, lawsuits, redistricting, campaigning, and budget planning.
Gloria Molina was a Los Angeles County Supervisor of the First Supervisorial District from 1991 to 2014. Prior to becoming
the first Latina elected to the Board of Supervisors in 1991, Molina served as California State Assembly Member from 1982
to 1987 and Los Angeles City Council Member from 1987 to 1991. Notably, she was also the first Hispanic woman elected to the
state legislature and Los Angeles City Council.
546 Linear Feet
(Approximately 1,254 boxes, 23 cartons)
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