The collection consists of records documenting the activities of Friends of the Newport Coast, an environmental organization
dedicated to preserving and protecting open space and wildlife habitat on the Newport Coast in Orange County, California.
Included are newsletters, legal documents, correspondence, clippings, minutes, pamphlets, public records, reports, and other
The Friends of the Newport Coast, established in 1976 as the Friends of the Irvine Coast, was an environmental organization
dedicated to preserving and protecting open space and wildlife habitat on the Newport Coast in Orange County, California for
the purpose of public use and enjoyment. In 2011, the board voted to disband as the organization had fulfilled its mission.
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heirs. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head of Special Collections and Archives.
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