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Inventory of the Governor's Committee to Survey the Agricultural Labor Resources of the San Joaquin Valley Records
F3845  
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  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Governor's Committee to Survey the Agricultural Labor Resources of the San Joaquin Valley Records
    Inventory: F3845
    Creator: California. Governor's Office
    Repository: California State Archives
    Sacramento, California
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

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    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Governor's Committee to Survey the Agricultural Labor Resources of the San Joaquin Valley Records, F3845, California State Archives.

    Agency History

    The Committee to Survey the Agricultural Labor Resources of the San Joaquin Valley was created by Governor Earl Warren in response to resolutions requesting such a study from the Central Valley Empire Association and the San Joaquin Valley Supervisors Association The Committee was charged to make a complete survey of all aspects of the seasonal labor problem in the San Joaquin Valley and to recommend short-range and long-range solutions for dealing with it. The fifteen-person committee met from March to December 1950 when it submitted its recommendations. The Committee's records include documents relating to: organization; meetings; five public hearings; correspondence; state agency reports; background reports; farm labor centers; publicity; and the final report to the Governor.