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Title
Report to the people
Creator
Glynis Films
Date Created and/or Issued
1974-07-17
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
California Revealed from Center for Sacramento History
Rights Information
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Description
A sixteen minute film produced by Glynis Films for the Sacramento Charter Commission, it discusses the proposal to merge the governments of Sacramento County's cities, special districts, and the county into one governing agency; includes hearings and street scenes throughout the county. Measure A did not pass in the election of November 5, 1974.
Type
moving image
Format
Print
Color
Sound
Film: 16mm
Extent
00:16:00
1 Reel of 1
Identifier
https://archive.org/details/casacsh_000011
1979/068; CSH 12
Language
English
Provenance
Center for Sacramento History
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