Consists of correspondence, reports, advertisements, and printed materials, relating to state and local elections and neighborhood
initiatives. Contains material relating to individual campaigns for positions on the San Francisco School Board, and the offices
of County Sheriff and Supervisors, including Wilson Riles' successful 1970 race for State Superintendent of Schools in California.
Includes material related to the Nob Hill Neighbors and Pacific Heights Association campaigns against city zoning laws, which
allowed construction of high-rise apartment complexes in those neighborhoods. Also includes materials pertaining to an unsuccessful
campaign in 1969 by several local groups to bring about a charter amendment to revise the city charter. With these are materials
from other local campaigns, including the 1973 Yes on
C Open Spaces/Recreation ballot Proposition.
Campaign Data Service, Inc., organized in 1970 and in operation through 1980, was a San Francisco based firm specializing
in political campaign services. Headed by political consultants Diene Bull and Audrey Rodgers, the nonpartisan firm provided
planning and advising for all phases of political campaigning. Services included the production of campaign materials and
demographic research aids for both local and state-wide campaigns.
(1.0 linear ft.)
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manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Director of Research Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf
of the California Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission
of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Collection is open for research.