SEYMOUR, John (1937-)

SEYMOUR, JOHN, a Senator from California; born in Chicago, Ill., December 3, 1937; attended the public schools in Mt. Lebanon, Pa.; served in the United States Marine Corps 1955-1959; graduated, University of California, Los Angeles 1962; engaged in the real estate brokerage, property management and escrow business 1962-1981; president of California Association of Realtors 1980; city councilman, Anaheim, Ca., 1974-1978; mayor of Anaheim 1978-1982; member, State senate 1982-1991; appointed as a Republican to the United States Senate, January 7, 1991, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Pete Wilson; sworn in January 10, 1991, and served from January 7, 1991, to November 10, 1992, a duly elected successor having qualified; unsuccessful candidate for election to the remainder of the term; is a resident of Indian Wells, Calif.

Anaheim Public Library
Anaheim, CA
Papers: 1991-1992. 37 cubic feet. Personal and congressional correspondence, press releases, voting records, recommendations, academy files, campaign files, computer diskettes of press secretary files, and administrative files from service in the U.S. Senate.

California State Archives
Sacramento, CA
Papers: 1983-1991. 84.5 cubic feet. Administrative and legislative files, legislative correspondence, subject files, correspondence files, questionnaires, author's bill files, and legislative and budget files from service as state senator.