Contractual restrictions may apply. Page and Intern Files, Long Beach Case Files, and Military Academy Files are closed.
Daniel E Lungren Papers (DEL), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556
Washington legislative files and Long Beach office files. Washington legislative files consist of Congressional and general office files; records represented within each Congress are co-sponsored House Bills, co-sponsored House Resolutions, co-sponsored House Concurrent Resolutions, co-sponsored House Joint Resolutions, co-sponsored letters, House and Senate Bills and Resolutions, constituent correspondence, and research files.
Washington general office files include Long Beach operational files; general subject files; personal invitations; membership files; newsletters, press releases, and speeches; page and internship applications (restricted); computer form letter indexes to constituent correspondence; computer directory to the 42nd District, California; and general research files.
General correspondence, general subject files, case files (restricted), and military academy files (restricted) comprise the Long Beach Office files.
Lungren's main legislative interests during his ten years as a Member of Congress include: massive immigration reform, issues of the elderly, revision of the criminal code, creation of pro-life legislation and the banning of abortion, child safety, welfare reform, drug legislation, and Japanese internment and reparations. The small printed collection consists mainly of books about Japanese Americans and the Japanese internment during World War II.
Attorney, Republican activist, Congressman (1979-1988), and Attorney General of California (1990- ).
Lungren, Daniel E. United States. Congress. House. Legislators -- United States. Emigration and immigration law -- United States Aged -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States Criminal law -- United States. Abortion Children's accidents Traffic safety and children Welfare recipients Poor -- Government policy -- United States. Drugs -- Laws and legislation -- United States Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 United States. Congress. House.