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Inventory of the Robert J. Lagomarsino Collection: Federal Collection, 1974-1992.
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This collection documents Federal issues occurring during Robert J. Lagomarsino's public serve as a United States Congressman from 1974 to 1992. The collection also includes current events. The collection consists of correspondence, congressional bills, memoranda, newsletters, press releases, news articles, research publications, special reports, and speeches.
It was 1965, when California State Senator Robert Lagomarsino first voted to authorize funds for an advance acquisition site study for a state college. At that time, he also introduced Senate Bill #70, which called for the establishment of a state college for Ventura County. Almost twenty-five years later, Mr. Lagomarsino continued his fight for a Ventura County university at a 1990 California State University site selection meeting. In 1992, Mr. Lagomarsino generously dedicated his papers, furniture, and memorabilia to California State University, Northridge's satellite campus in Ventura, California. The donated collection was transferred in 2000 to California State University Channel Islands, Ventura County's own four year university.
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The collection is open for research. Some confidential matter is restricted.