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San Diego, Miscellaneous City Issues and Problems, 1957-1958

 File — Box: 136, Folder: 7
Identifier: Folder 7

Scope and Contents

A collection of letters, reports, bulletins, news clippings, articles & other information. Examples are: One copy of S.D. Chamber of Commerce, San Diego America’s “Blue Chip” Territory 1958 Annual Business Survey; 1 letter (12/1/58) from Gerald F. Champ, Sr. (Champ, Wilson & Slocum Advertising) & Wilson’s reply (12/4/58) re/ local city council (2d Dist.) election & Wilson’s insistance “that I have never taken sides in any of the local city elections and do not intend to do so;” 1 copy of a letter (11/20/58) from Ralph R. Allen to Assemblyman Frank Luckel re/ Transit Authority Bill A.B. 2249, bonded debt, Mr. Allen’s opposition to “huge annual debts to run bus systems;” 1 copy of a letter (10/28/58) from Congressman Wilson to constituent Mrs. R.L. Cudigan (Lakeside) re/ “the lack of traffic signals on Palm Avenue in Imperial Beach . . . [we are] forwarding your letter to your able Assemblyman, the Honorable Jack Schrade;” 1 letter (9/30/58) from S.D. City Mayor Charles C. Dail to Wilson re/ “The exceptional service you rendered to this office and the City of San Diego, in making the ‘Salute To Yokohoma Week’ a successful and productive activity;” 9 copies of San Diego Economic Bulletin (Vol. 6, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, & 12—Feb. Mar., Ap., July, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., & Dec. (1958); copies of 2 letters (8/6 & 8/8/58) from Clay Snodgrass & Paul Borgerding (Mission Valley Inn) & Wilson’s response (Western Union Telegram, 8/13/58) re/ the Mission Valley Inn’s interest in establishing an Airport Hotel at Lindbergh Field Muncipal Airport; copies of letters (2/27, 3/24, 6/2, & 7/9/58) from constituent Irene Maxwell & Congressman Wilson re/ manufacture of orthopedic cushions & interest in purchases by the military & other federal agencies; 1 copy of the Economic Research Bureau of San Diego, First Annual San Diego Area Business Outlook Conference Proceedings (June 18, 1958, 24 pp.)—includes such topics as U.S. Naval Establishment, Fishing and Fish Canning Industries, Shipbuilding and Repair Industries; Tourism, Agriculture, Aircraft & Missile Industry & Small Manufacturing Industries; small packet containing corresp. (Mar.-June 1958) from Doctor T.R. Gould (Coronado resident), Congressman Wilson & attached copy of “Salomea S. Gingold, Ina R. Gould, Plaintiffs, Petitioners vs. City of Coronado, a muncipal Corporation, R.W. Staunton and San Diego Gas & Electlric Company Defendants Amended Complaint for Injunction NR. 225031, San Diego Superior Court” re/ Coronado City inspection condeming the residence of “blind 87 year old widow Gingold;” 1 postal card (4/21/58) from Clifford R. Miller (North Park Business Club) & Wilson’s reponse (Western Union Telegram- 4/22/58) re/ a requested 50 word postive economic statement for the Club’s Bulletin; 1 excerpt from Electronic Week (1/13/58, pp. 8-16) featuring “A Key Link in Southern California’s ‘Electronic Chain’. . . .;” 1 letter (9/2/57) from constituent Edward Tomasin & Edward F. Terrar, Jr.’s reply (9/30/57) re/ “the noise problem at the corner of Orange and Winona Avenues; 2 First National Bank, San Diego City & County Guide Maps (1957 & 1958).


  • created: 1957-1958


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From the Collection: 0.00 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

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