|Florida Gulf Coast Holiday||Florida Gulf Coast Holiday||Blue Angels (Flight squadron)|
Major League Baseball
Florida Gulf Coast Holiday
- 1960 (circa)
- This film begins in Pensacola. Viewers see Fort Pickens, Blue Angels and the Naval Air Station. The film moves to Panama City, where viewers see people frolicking in the surf and teens with a guitar. In Tallahassee, the film shows Apalachee Parkway toward the Old Capitol, FSU and Killearn Gardens State Park (now Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park). Viewers see Rainbow Springs' "submarine boats" and Weeki Wachee. At Tarpon Springs, a diver puts on a suit and jumps in. Also shown are Tampa Bay hotels, fishing party boats, tarpon fishing, horse and dog races, jai-alai, baseball spring training, golf, boating and skiing. The film also shows Cypress Gardens, Busch Gardens, Sarasota's Horn's Cars of Yesterday and Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Viewers see the Ringling Brothers Circus in Venice, the Edison Home in Fort Myers and the Caribbean Gardens in Naples. Produced by Beckley Films and FDC; sponsored by Eastern Airlines and FDC.
|Florida State University History (Part 1)||Florida State University History (Part 1)||African American|
Florida State University History (Part 1)
- Raw footage of Florida State University throughout 1975 featuring a swim meet at the Union Pool, FSU Flying High Circus students training and practicing, and scenes from the FSU Circus summer program for children. The video also shows 1975 Earth Day festivities on the FSU Union Green (keynote speaker R. Buckminster Fuller and guests Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky), a Black Student Union protest in front of Ruby Diamond, the crowning of FSU homecoming Princess Susan Kelbe and Chief Phil Barco, the Ringling Brothers Circus in Tallahassee, and an exhibit at the FSU Museum of Fine Arts.
- This film shows a trip to Sarasota and the Ringling Circus. It shows a manatee in a small pool of water, elephants, horses, hippopotami and monkeys. It then moves on to Sarasota Jungle Gardens and nurseries.