"Bradley, as Governor, Would Revive Indian Advisory Council"; "Heritage Board Reelects Head"
Two newspaper clippings from the scrapbook of Dr. Amarjit Marwah.
The first, an article from India-West by Michel W. Potts entitled "Bradley, as Governor, Would Revive Indian Advisory Council" and dated August 1, 1986, describes a fundraiser luncheon held for the gubernatorial campaign of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley at Dr. Marwah's Malibu home. Bradley declared that, if elected governor, he would revive the Indian Advisory Council to the Governor, which Governor George Deukmejian had abandoned. Dr. Marwah is both quoted in the article and featured alongside Mayor Bradley in the accompanying photo.
The second, a brief article from the Los Angeles Times entitled "Heritage Board Reelects Head" and dated September 7, 1986, reports on the reelection of Dr. Marwah to the presidency of the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission.
Date: August 1, 1986
Type: Newspaper Clipping
Source: India-West, Los Angeles Times
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Holding Institution: Private Collection
Collection: Amarjit Marwah Materials
Donor: Amarjit Marwah
Item History: 2018-01-28 (created); 2023-06-21 (modified)
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