Front cover image for March Fong Eu papers, circa 1935-2009

March Fong Eu papers, circa 1935-2009

The March Fong Eu papers documents the professional and political activities of March Fong Eu. The collection is approximately 43 linear feet. The collection consists of correspondence, campaign materials, fundraising, campaign finance reports, financial records, flyers, brochures, pamphlets, invitations, schedules, newspaper clippings, memorandums, textbooks, research materials, information about national and international trips, biographical information, ephemera, plaques, and awards. The materials predominantly cover her political campaigns (including fundraising and campaigning for other, predominantly Democratic, candidates), her time in the California Assembly and as California Secretary of State, and her appointment as Ambassador to the Federated States of Micronesia. The materials include her biographer's research materials and notes as well as manuscript drafts. There are also subject files, information about March Fong Eu's artwork, personal correspondence, and some personal records. There is a small amount of papers documenting her early career as a dental hygienist and serving on the Alameda County Board of Education. The papers are organized into two accession: the first accession, 2008-329, came directly from March Fong Eu, and includes photographs, artwork, memorabilia, ephemera, and media. The second accession, 2010-016, came indirectly from her biographer, Tim Vandehey, who had been using the bulk of the papers
Archival Material, English, 1935