California State Archives
In the papers of the California Lieutenant Governor, 1963-1966, 38 file folders.
These papers include papers for Lieutenant Governor Glenn M. Anderson. The papers include letters received, copies of letters sent, memoranda, letters of congratulations, requests for photos and autographs, requests for recommendations for gubernatorial appointments, citizen's complaints about state agencies, and letters from Governor Edmund G. "Pat" Brown about the Governor's absences from the state. An unpublished inventory is available at the California State Archives.
In the oral history interview of Alan G. Sieroty, 1989-1990, 331 pages.
The interview covers the time when Alan Sieroty served as administrative assistant, and later, executive secretary to Lieutenant Governor Glenn M. Anderson.
California State University, Dominguez
Archives and Special Collections
ca. 1970s-2000, 430 linear feet.
The Glenn Anderson Collection contains legislation, reports, correspondence, scrapbooks, newsletters, audio-visual material, and other items recording Anderson’s deep involvement in the political issues facing California and the United States, and his work with many of the major political figures of the twentieth century, including Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Adlai Stevens, Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, and others. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.
University of California
The Bancroft Library
In the Earl C. Bolton Papers, 1960-1966, 0.5 linear foot (1 box).
Includes correspondence between Glenn Malcolm Anderson and Earl C. Bolton.
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