Note: Silence between segments. Part 1 has a gap in program from 00:05:25 until 00:09:11, as on original tape.
Description: Harvey Milk was an American politician who became the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California, when he won a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Along with Mayor Moscone, Milk was assassinated by Dan White in 1978.
Part 1: Features interviews with people present at memorial. News coverage about the gay community and Harvey Milk’s history follows.
Part 2: Unidentified interviewee discussing Harvey Milk's political methods.
Additional Description: Notes on original container:
Harvey Milk Memorial Actualities '78
Track 1 1 7/8 Board Meeting 5/25 From 11AM To 5PM
Track 2 1 7/8 Board Meeting Election 500 5/26 From 9AM
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