Alice Lytle Papers


California State University, Sacramento
University Library
Lytle, Alice ; Women judges -- California -- Sacramento ; Courts -- California --Sacramento ; African American judges
Alice Lytle was the first African-American woman to serve on the Sacramento bench and in 1998 upon the unification of the courts she became the first female African American Superior Court judge in California. Her terms spanned 20 years. The collection consists of personal papers, artifacts, audio cassettes, photographs, advocacy files, correspondence, speeches and subject files. This is an unprocessed collection and remains in its original arrangement. For information, contact the Head, Department of Special Collections and University Archives.
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Collection Size:
42.75 linear feet (30 record cartons and 7 manuscript boxes)
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Citation Sample:
[Identification of item], Alice Lytle Papers, 1979-2002, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, The Library, California State University, Sacramento.
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