|fvc930||Governor Kirk Inauguration Scenes||Kirk, Claude R. (Claude Roy), Jr., 1926-2011|
Burns, Haydon (William Haydon), 1912-1987
Florida A&M Univeristy (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Florida State University (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Governor Kirk Inauguration Scenes
- This footage features a variety of scenes from the inaugural ceremonies for Floridaâ€™s 36th Governor, Governor Claude Kirk, Florida's 36th Governor. Scenes include: the presentation of dignitaries; outgoing Governor Haydon Burns' speech; the oath of office for the Superintendent of Public Instruction (a cabinet post); music by the Florida A&M University, and Florida State University, marching bands; delivery of the Great Seal of the State of Florida to the new governor; and Governor Kirk's speech.
|fvc910||Governor Kirk on Florida's Food Workshop||Kirk, Claude R. (Claude Roy), Jr., 1926-2011|
Governor Kirk on Florida's Food Workshop
- In this film, Governor Claude Kirk promotes the Florida Food Workshops to the hospitality and food service industries. He talks about the importance of using Florida food products, and emphasizes three reasons for doing so: 1. It is good for business, as it is more affordable and saves on shipping costs; 2. It is the fresher option, and 3. It is good for Florida's image.
|fvc927||International Champions||Weaver, Bob|
Kirk, Claude R. (Claude Roy), Jr., 1926-2011
Gleason, Jackie, 1916-1987
Gulfstream Park (Fla.)
Canadian Turf Handicap
Pan-American Turf Handicap
Tel-Air Interests, Inc.
- This film, narrated by Bob Weaver, promotes the Gulfstream Park horse racing venue. The focus is on the 1967 Florida Derby, a race for three-year-old thoroughbreds, and the special events surrounding the race. These events include: a fashion show; water skiers from Cypress Gardens; a wild animal race featuring zebras ridden by jockeys dressed as Tarzan; and the Derby Ball with shots of Governor Claude Kirk and his wife, Erika, dancing. Other items of interest include: shots of the Jackie Gleason show being filmed at Gulfstream Park; other races, such as the Dawn Handicap; Canadian Turf Handicap; Gulfstream Park Handicap; and the Pan-American Turf Handicap. Produced by Tel-Air Interests, Inc.
|fvc921||Tomorrow's Treasures ||Marine biology--Research|
Oceanographic research stations--Florida
- 1967 (circa)
- This film begins with underwater scenes of a treasure chest and a sailboat moving through the water. This is followed with an introduction by Governor Claude Kirk, in which he describes the many advantages Florida has with regard to marine research and marine resources. The film goes on to list the many marine institutions and industries devoted to research and resources in Florida. Produced by the Florida Development Commission, and Advantage Inc., Ft. Lauderdale.