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Image of 2017.008.046.3 - JoAnn Semones' notes and drafts during her time running for San Fernando City Council, 1970. These documents were complied during JoAnn Semones' time running a campaign for City Councilwoman for San Fernando City Council. Three small yellow pages of notes handwritten in blue ink and stapled. Two draft printed documents with some handwritten text in blue ink.

2017.008.046.3 - JoAnn Semones' notes and drafts during her time running for San Fernando City Council, 1970. These documents were complied during JoAnn Semones' time running a campaign for City Councilwoman for San Fernando City Council. Three small yellow pages of notes handwritten in blue ink and stapled. Two draft printed documents with some handwritten text in blue ink.

JoAnn Semones' notes and drafts during her time running for San Fernando City Council, 1970. These documents were complied during JoAnn Semones' time running a campaign for City Councilwoman for San Fernando City Council. Three small yellow pages of notes handwritten in blue ink and stapled. Two draft printed documents with some handwritten text in blue ink.

Image of 1987.027.002 - Edward J. Bacciocco Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988.  Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder. Square in shape with white hand stitched border all around the potholder. Attached on one side is a small white cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top. In the middle of the potholder, printed in blue, bold, with huge lettering the text reads "Don't  /  Get  Burned!". Below the text above, printed in blue with small lettering, the text reads "Bill Duplissea". Below the text above, printed in blue and medium lettering, the text reads "O P P O S E S   T H E". The text  "O P P O S E S   T H E" is spaced out and is underlined at the bottom of the text.  Below the text above, printed in blue, bold with huge lettering, the text reads "Equal Rights". The text "Equal Rights" is underlined. Below the text above, printed in blue and bold, the text reads "AMENDMENT". The text "AMENDMENT" is closer together. On the back of the potholder, in the middle of the white border, is a white floral design with leaves in a green background.

1987.027.002 - Edward J. Bacciocco Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988. Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder. Square in shape with white hand stitched border all around the potholder. Attached on one side is a small white cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top. In the middle of the potholder, printed in blue, bold, with huge lettering the text reads "Don't / Get Burned!". Below the text above, printed in blue with small lettering, the text reads "Bill Duplissea". Below the text above, printed in blue and medium lettering, the text reads "O P P O S E S T H E". The text "O P P O S E S T H E" is spaced out and is underlined at the bottom of the text. Below the text above, printed in blue, bold with huge lettering, the text reads "Equal Rights". The text "Equal Rights" is underlined. Below the text above, printed in blue and bold, the text reads "AMENDMENT". The text "AMENDMENT" is closer together. On the back of the potholder, in the middle of the white border, is a white floral design with leaves in a green background.

Edward J. Bacciocco Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988. Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder. Square in shape with white hand stitched border all around the potholder. Attached on one side is a small white cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top. In the middle of the potholder, printed in blue, bold, with huge lettering the text reads "Don't / Get Burned!". Below the text above, printed in blue with small lettering, the text reads "Bill Duplissea". Below the text above, printed in blue and medium lettering, the text reads "O P P O S E S T H E". The text "O P P O S E S T H E" is

Image of 1987.027.001 - Bill Duplissea Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988.  Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder with a burgundy outside hand sewn border. Square in shape. Attached on one side is a small burgundy cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top.  In the middle of the potholder, printed in red and in bold with small lettering, the text reads "GOVERNOR DEUKMEJIAN  /  NEEDS". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with huge lettering, the text reads "BILL DUPLISSEA". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with small lettering,. the text reads "IN THE STATE ASSEMBLY". On the back of the potholder, there is a colorful floral design with green, yellow and blue with red flowers with yellow branches in a white background on one side with a blue background with yellow and red flowers and white dots below, a red and white checkered spots to the right of the blue background. To the left of the blue background on the back, is a red background with yellow and green pattern with a black border with lines sticking out from it.

1987.027.001 - Bill Duplissea Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988. Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder with a burgundy outside hand sewn border. Square in shape. Attached on one side is a small burgundy cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top. In the middle of the potholder, printed in red and in bold with small lettering, the text reads "GOVERNOR DEUKMEJIAN / NEEDS". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with huge lettering, the text reads "BILL DUPLISSEA". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with small lettering,. the text reads "IN THE STATE ASSEMBLY". On the back of the potholder, there is a colorful floral design with green, yellow and blue with red flowers with yellow branches in a white background on one side with a blue background with yellow and red flowers and white dots below, a red and white checkered spots to the right of the blue background. To the left of the blue background on the back, is a red background with yellow and green pattern with a black border with lines sticking out from it.

Bill Duplissea Political Campaign Potholder, c. 1986-1988. Used in political campaign by Bill Duplissea and Ed Bocciocco for Assembly office and given to women voters. Cotton off-white potholder with a burgundy outside hand sewn border. Square in shape. Attached on one side is a small burgundy cotton loop that is hand sewn to the top. In the middle of the potholder, printed in red and in bold with small lettering, the text reads "GOVERNOR DEUKMEJIAN / NEEDS". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with huge lettering, the text reads "BILL DUPLISSEA". Below the text above, printed in red and in bold with small lettering,. the text reads "IN THE STATE ASSEMBLY". On the back of the

2017.008.137 - The Capitol: Symbol of Freedom (A pictorial story of the Capitol) in General and the House of Representatives in Particular

The Capitol: Symbol of Freedom (A pictorial story of the Capitol) in General and the House of Representatives in Particular by the 91st Congress, 1st Session. An oversize magazine with front and back cover of an photograph of the Capitol with a small image of a statue of an eagle on the far left bottom of the front of the magazine. Front cover has white and bold lettering. Includes foreword, articles, and some questions and answers about the Capitol.

Image of 2017.008.141 - Eye Remember: A Baby-Boomer's Scrapbook

2017.008.141 - Eye Remember: A Baby-Boomer's Scrapbook

Eye Remember: A Baby-Boomer's Scrapbook by JoAnn Semones, 2008. This book is a "personal glimpse at the people, places and events that shaped [JoAnn's] generation, a generation of post World War II "baby boomers" " [pg 7]. Topics: American Heroes, musicians, tv icons, spiritual leaders, the Kennedys, California leaders, and presidential hopefuls

Image of 2017.008.089 - Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, Vol. XX. - No. 994

2017.008.089 - Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, Vol. XX. - No. 994

Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, Vol. XX. - No. 994, Saturday, January 15, 1876. This magazine is "an American political magazine based in New York City..."[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harper%27s_Weekly- 10/19/2017]. Includes domestic, foreign, science and religious news, jokes, cartoons, ads, a booklist, and a review of recent inventions. Also includes a two paged article called "A Visit to the Lighthouse", which also includes a photocopy of the article.

Image of 2015.001.05796 - Republican National Convention at the Cow Palace, 1964

2015.001.05796 - Republican National Convention at the Cow Palace, 1964

Republican National Convention at the Cow Palace,1964. Black and white negative shows the 1964 Republican National Convention held at the Cow Palace in Daly City, California. A large crowd of people hold signs proclaiming a specfic state for Barry Goldwater. Other signs have an image of Goldwater or campaign slogans. A few men in the foreground of the image are wearing cowboy hats. Several people hold musical instruments. Part of a series; see also 05800; 05731; 05804 & 05789.

Image of 2015.001.00514.2 - Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, 1949

2015.001.00514.2 - Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, 1949

Governor Warren Greeting a Crowd at Burlingame City Hall, October 1949. Black and white negative shows Governor Earl Warren greeting a crowd in front of the Burlingame City Hall during his gubernatorial re-election campaign. Warren shakes hands with a woman at center in the image. There are approximately ten other people are around him watching the scene. The brick Burlingame City Hall building is visible in the background. Part of a series of 4.

Image of 2015.001.00514.3 - Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

2015.001.00514.3 - Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949

Governor Earl Warren Speaking in Front of Burlingame City Hall, October 1949. Black and white negative shows Governor Earl Warren speaking into a KVSM microphone in front of Burlingame City Hall during his campaign for re-election. Burlingame Mayor Dan Love is in the background on the right with his arms folded across his chest. There are approximately 16 other people standing behind Warren. Behind the crowd is the Burlingame City Hall and a neon sign that reads "POLICE DEPT." Lettering in an arched window on the building reads, "CITY OF BURLINGAME / 265." Part of a series of 4.

Image of 2015.001.00514.4 - Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949

2015.001.00514.4 - Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949

Burlingame Officials with Governor Earl Warren Outside of Burlingame City Hall, 1949. Black and white negative of Governor Earl Warren greeting City Officials outside the Burlingame City Hall. To the left of Governor Warren is Burlingame mayor Dan Love, who is holding the governor's right elbow. Looking into the camera, second from the right, is Ulysses Scott "Les" Simonds, Jr., a former mayor of Burlingame. There are approximately 16 other people near the governor and in the background. A large building with the words "Jenkle-Davidson / OPTICIANS" on the side is also visible in the background. A pole with an American flag juts out from an unseen building on the far right. Part of a series