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Title
Proposition #2 Television Spots
Creator
Whitaker and Baxter Campaigns, Inc
Date Created and/or Issued
1952
Contributing Institution
California State Archives
Collection
California Revealed from California State Archives
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Description
Proposition #2 proposed to increase average per pupil spending in California in the State School fund from $120 to $180 per student. It would also change the average per pupil spending for school districts from $90 to $120 per student.
Type
moving image
Format
Copy
Black and White
Film: 16mm
Extent
1 Reel of 1
Identifier
https://archive.org/details/car_000126
C134.3
Provenance
California State Archives
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