The collection consists of materials relating to the political career of John Phillips, who served as a California state legislator
from 1932-1942, then as a member of the House of Representatives from 1943-1947. Items in the collection include correspondence,
reports, pamphlets, and other documents related to Phillips work and research on topics like government food subsidies, universal
military training, and the Republican Party platform.
John Phillips was born in 1887 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Haverford College in 1989, and served in the
Adjutant General's Office during World War I. He moved to Banning, California in 1924, where he worked as a rancher and business
analyst before becoming involved in politics.
0.83 linear feet
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