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Fri Mar 21 17:13:54 2014 UTClccn-n831582750.00Chessman-Asher Collection,0.251.00Agnes Heyman papers,70308271George_Mosconen 83158275983123Moscone, George, d. 1978lccn-n88034911Penn, Sean1960-actlccn-nr93043591Van Sant, Gusdrtlccn-no2011170137Cohen, Bruceprolccn-no2003049722Focus Featureslccn-nr2003002418Luna, Diego1979-actlccn-nr2002000984Franco, James1978-actlccn-no2009058775Groundswell Productionslccn-no2002076025Pill, Alison1985-actnp-ohare, denis pO'Hare, Denis P.actlccn-no96002775Axon Video (Firm)Moscone, George-1978BiographyDramaArchivesRecords and correspondencePeriodicalsExhibition catalogsBibliographyMilk, HarveyCalifornia--San FranciscoGay politiciansAssassinationMoscone, George,White, Dan,Gay rightsSan Francisco (Calif.).--Board of SupervisorsPolitical campaignsElection districtsGay liberation movementPolitical scienceGay menUnited StatesMurderersMurderMurder victimsHomosexualityCaliforniaPoliticiansAmerican drama--Women authorsTrials (Murder)Apportionment (Election law)Brown, Jerry,Unruh, Jesse,Brown, Willie LLegislatorsGuyana--JonestownHughes, Howard,Buono, AngeloMass suicideKidnapping victims--PsychologySerial murderersForensic psychiatristsForensic psychiatryHearst, Patricia,GuyanaLegislationJones, Jim,Bianchi, KenManners and customsSouthern StatesUnited States--Southwestern StatesCalifornia.--Legislature.--SenateNAMES Project AIDS Memorial QuiltCollier, Randolph,Brown, Edmund G.--(Edmund Gerald),Academy Awards (Motion pictures)Reagan, RonaldWilson, Pete,1929197819701971197219731975197619771978197919831984198519861987198819891990199119961999200120022003200420072008200920102011201335257198364.1524092HQ76.8.U561ocn021858452book19700.97Moscone tax reform program : explanation and background information21ocn792929213visu20110.28Epstein, Robert PThe times of Harvey MilkBiographyBibliographyDramaDocuments the life, career, and assassination of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person elected to public office in San Francisco. Milk was shot to death, along with mayor George Moscone, by city supervisor Dan White on Nov. 22, 1978; White was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and was paroled in 1985. Examines Milk's life leading up to his assassination, his successful efforts to politically represent San Francisco's gay community, and the city's reaction to the assassinations through extensive news footage and personal recollections21ocn247522833mix1.00Heyman, AgnesAgnes Heyman papersArchivesConsists of certificates and letters of appreciation given to Heyman for her work for the city of San Francisco and her volunteer endeavors11ocn086118293book1.00Miller, Russell RRussell R. Miller papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, election campaign materials, convention itineraries, and newspaper clippings for Democratic Party candidates, events, and issues. Campaign materials and correspondence with elected officials and those running for office include Jerry Brown 1992 presidential campaign, Nancy Pelosi congressional race, Kathleen Brown for Governor (Calif.), Bill Richardson for President, and Jackie Spiers for Congress. Includes an account of Miller's role at the 1992 Democratic National Convention negotiating with Bill Clinton and his representatives on behalf of Jerry Brown. Also includes a signed thank you note from Bill Moyers, numerous donation acknowledgement letters and invitations to fundraising events, and a photocopy of Governor Pete Wilson Committee Campaign Overview (Aug. 4, 1994)11ocn060703633visu20020.92Pride's mailbox the public exhibit of gay, lesbian bisexual and transgendered commemorative postal cancellationsExhibition catalogsVideo of the Pride's Mailbox exhibition recorded at the Elihu Burritt Library, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Conn. during October 200111ocn044392852book19760.47San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, 197611ocn430835553book19760.10Newsletter for the neighborhoods11ocn423078786visu19711.00[KTLA news (Los Angeles, Calif.)Senator George Moscone (Democratic Floor Leader) speaks at a press conference about passing a budget that would make sure that the rich paid their share of the taxes, in contrast, according to Moscone, to Governor Reagan's tax proposal which favors the rich11ocn046689043serial0.10San Francisco (Calif.)Press releasesPeriodicals11ocn143649850book19760.10Moscone, George[Address presented by Mayor Moscone to the July 7, meeting of the San Francisco Commission on the Aging]11ocn423080079visu19721.00[KTLA news (Los Angeles, Calif.)Moscone speaks about polls and people's reactions on the campaign trail11ocn122640422mix1.00Knight, GeorgeGeorge Knight papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, business records, personal papers11ocn808501979bookChessman-Asher CollectionLegal briefs and other documents pertaining to Caryl Chessman's trial and appeals. Correspondence to and from Caryl Chessman, Rosalie Asher, and others. Caryl Chessman's books in English and translated into a multitude of languages. Writings about Caryl Chessman in books, magazines, and newspapers-in English and other languages. Caryl Chessman's personal effects, including photographs and his typewriter. Other material collected by Rosalie Asher, including those pertaining to the death penalty in general, post-1960 material dealing with Chessman including the 1977 film "Kill Me If You Can," and personal items11ocn014397539rcrd19771.00[Mayors of American cities talk about priorities, the old, the poor, the disadvantaged, and even the middle class]252621ocn299803250visu20080.21Van Sant, GusMilkBiographyFictionDramaBiographical filmsHistorical filmsPolitical filmsHarvey Milk is a middle-aged New Yorker who, after moving to San Francisco, becomes a Gay Rights activist and city politician. On his third attempt, he is elected to San Francisco's Board of Supervisors in 1977, the first openly-gay man to be elected to public office in the United States. The following year, both he and the city's mayor, George Moscone, are shot to death by former city supervisor, Dan White, who blames his former colleagues for denying White's attempt to rescind his resignation from the board. Based on the true story of Harvey Milk4912ocn010123337book19840.23Weiss, MikeDouble play : the San Francisco City Hall killingsBiographyCase studies1864ocn015109420book19860.56Mann, EmilyExecution of justiceDramaLegal drama1202ocn793166716file20100.18Weiss, MikeDouble Play The Hidden Passions Behind the Double Assassination of George Moscone and Harvey MilkBiographyCase studiesAfter assassinating San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, killer Dan White was given only a mild sentence for manslaughter. This true crime thriller explains why White killed the two politicians, and how he got away with murder. This new expanded edition reveals for the first time how after his release from prison White confessed his true murderous intent and his secret plan to kill two more politicians. A companion DVD provides unseen television interviews and the never-before-available recording of White's gut-wrenching confession+-+9050107345331ocn013473008book19850.94Hinckle, WarrenGayslayer! : the story of how Dan White killed Harvey Milk and George Moscone & got away with murderBiographyCase studiesHet verhaal achter de moord door Dan White op Harvey Milk en George Moscone en de rechtszaak tegen White. - Bevat een sectie met kleurenfoto's uit Harvey Milks privécollectie291ocn024096185book19910.86Salter, Kenneth WThe trial of Dan WhiteTrials, litigation, etcCase studies151ocn044530029visu19990.25Execution of justiceDramaThe true story of the assassination of Harvey Milk101ocn745916339visu20090.19Milk [DVD]DramaHarvey Milk is a middle-aged New Yorker who, after moving to San Francisco, becomes a gay rights activist and city politician. On his third attempt, he is elected to San Francisco's Board of Supervisors in 1977, the first openly-gay man to be elected to public office in the United States. The following year, both he and the city's mayor, George Moscone, are shot to death by former city supervisor, Dan White, who blames his former colleagues for denying White's attempt to rescind his resignation from the board. Based on the true story of Harvey Milk101ocn191676240book20070.27Lunde, Donald THearst to Hughes : memoir of a forensic psychiatristBiographyTrials, litigation, etcCase studies+-+585224079671ocn040064933book19960.86Marks, MiltonOral history interview with Milton MarksInterviewsMarks discusses the political career of his father, Milton Marks, Sr., attending Stanford, military service, law school, practicing law, running for the Assembly in 1952 and later, winning an assembly seat in 1958. He continues with his growing dissent over the Republican Party's conservatism, reapportinment, committee assignments, losing his seat, being appointed municipal judge, running for the State Senate in 1967, serving in the senate, legislative priorities, and becoming a Democrat in 1986. Major issues covered include his interest in the environment, BART, reapportionment, gay rights, and programs for the disabled61ocn429917282book20080.81Black, Dustin LanceMilk : [screenplay]Drama61ocn016783121book19780.98Ferlinghetti, LawrenceAn elegy to dispel gloom : after the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone of San Francisco and City Supervisor Harvey Milk November 27, 1978Poetry41ocn749741227book20100.10Weiss, MikeDouble play : why Dan White assassinated George Moscone & Harvey Milk & how he got away with murderBiography+-+905010734531ocn030967563mix19900.81Walsh, Lawrence EOral history interview with Lawrence E. WalshInterviewsMr. Walsh discusses his family life and early business career, civic activities and government in Huntington Park, California. Discussing his career in the State Senate, he emphasizes election practices, the effects of reapportionment, the leadership of Hugh Burns, and the actions of the Senate Democratic Caucus. He also discusses transportation issues, focusing on the years 1966 to 197231ocn030983340mix19910.92Quinn, T. AnthonyOral history interview with T. Anthony QuinnT. Anthony Quinn discusses reapportionment in California in 1961, the 1970 redistricting plan and drawing of the court plan in 1973, and reapportionment in 1980. He explains reapportionment issues from the point of view of the Republican party and focuses on the role of the California Supreme Court. He also discusses politics in the Assembly and the role of the Fair Political Practices Commission. The interview covers the years 1969-199131ocn024134375book19890.81Gregorio, Arlen FOral history interview with Hon. Arlen F. Gregoria ... by Ann LageGregorio discusses his youth, education, family background, and early career before his upset election to the senate in 1970; his interest in the political process in the legislature and his efforts to reform the process with bills on open budget committee meetings, reform of the reapportionment process, limitations of legislator's terms, campaign and election reforms; his work on youth-oriented issues; environmental legislation, the Joint Legislative Committee on the Arts; his efforts to tax liqour to fund alcoholism rehabilitation programs; his work as chairman of the Health and Welfare Committee, and the reorganization of the Department of Health. He offers observations on legislative relations with Governors Ronald Reagan and Edmund G. Brown, Jr., and discusses his narrow election loss in 1978 and his subsequent career as a San Mateo County supervisor and mediator in private practice31ocn025956783book19900.92Jervis, John VOral history interview with John V. JervisJervis discusses political campaigning and press relations for Senate Majority Leader George Moscone and Controller Kenneth Cory, service on several state boards as a representative of the Controller, and duties and special concerns of Controller Cory, and the Democratic Caucus of the state senate under Senator John Dunlap31ocn023008272book19880.96Vicencia, Frank DOral history interview with Hon. Frank D. VicenciaInterviewsFrank Vicencia discusses lobbying and the legislature before and after the political reforms of Proposition 9 in 1974. There is a special focus on the speakership battles of 1974 and 1980 as well as on the factional divisions within the Democratic caucus. Vicencia's service as speaker pro tem is highlighted31ocn042393940book19900.92Rains, Omer LOral history interview with Omer L. Rains : California State Senator, 1974-1982, February 2, 1990, Sacramento, CaliforniaBiographyOmer Rains discusses his early political influences and activities in the Democratic party; political successes and failures; law practice and community activities in Ventura County; structure and leadership style in the state senate and assembly; and reapportionment issues. Discussion stresses his concern for political ethics, civil rights, and environmental issues31ocn731278282visu20090.23MilkDramaHis life changed history. His courage changed lives. This is the story of Harvey Milk, a true man of the people. He was the first openly gay man elected to a major public office and this is his story+-+9050107345Fri Mar 21 15:14:08 EDT 2014batch23393