BADHAM, Robert Edward, 1929-2005


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Guide to Research Collections

California State Archives
Sacramento, CA
Papers: 1965-1976, 76 file folders.
The bill files from Robert E. Badham document the legislation he authored while serving in the California Assembly. The files include amendments, analyses, letters, resolutions, telegrams, testimony, position statements, Legislative Counsel opinions and conflict letters, author’s floor and committee statements, press releases, newspaper editorials and clippings, background reports, information, and data.


University of California, Irvine
The University Library
Irvine, CA
Papers: 1962-1988, 117 linear feet.
The papers of Robert E. Badham were accumulated during his 25 years of public service in California and include materials from his terms in the California Assembly and in the U.S. House of Representatives. This collection documents only Robert Badham’s political career and not other aspects of his life. Materials provide information on the work of Robert Badham and legislative colleagues concerning both issues relating to Southern California and the state as a whole, and those of more national and international significance. Collection materials include legislative correspondence, correspondence with constituents, photographs, speeches, publications, newsclippings, campaign documentation, legislative activity files, press releases, and regalia. Also included are numerous video cassette tapes, many of them interviews with national figures on issues of concern to Robert Badham’s constituents that were aired as “The Badham Report” on cable TV in his congressional district. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.