6 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Contributor contains "Florida Bicentennial Commission"
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Bicentennial Bethune, 1976

Bicentennial Bethune, 1976

Date
1976
Description
This film features a brief look at the life and achievements of Mary McLeod Bethune. It includes still images of the Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute for Negro Girls, Bethune-Cookman College, and the Mary McLeod Bethune home. The film was produced by the Florida Development Commission and the Florida Bicentennial Commission.
Collection
BICENTENNIAL CAPE KENNEDY

BICENTENNIAL CAPE KENNEDY

Date
1976
Description
This film gives a brief historical look at Cape Kennedy, " Florida's gateway to the final frontier." It shows a rocket launch, the visitors center and several space exploration vehicles. Produced by the Florida Development Commission and the Florida Bicentennial Commission.
Collection
BICENTENNIAL FORT CAROLINE

BICENTENNIAL FORT CAROLINE

Date
1976
Description
This piece begins with a brief history of Fort Caroline, which was established by French Protestants in 1564. Showing footage of the reconstructed site, the narrator describes the Spanish assault on the fort and discusses Jacques LeMoyne, believed to be the first European artist to depict Native Americans. The film's color has faded to red. Produced by the Florida Development Commission and the Florida Bicentennial Commission.
Collection
BICENTENNIAL PENSACOLA

BICENTENNIAL PENSACOLA

Date
1976
Description
This film begins with a brief bicentennial review of Pensacola's history. The film explains the 1698 founding of Pensacola by the Spanish and its transfer to the United States in 1821. Produced by the Florida Development Commission and the Florida Bicentennial Commission.
Collection
BICENTENNIAL TAMPA

BICENTENNIAL TAMPA

Date
1976
Description
Historic sites are shown in this public service announcement during the American Revolution Bicentennial. Viewers see Tampa Bay Hotel ( University of Tampa ) and a photo of Martinez Ybor. Sponsored by FDC and the Bicentennial Commission of Florida.
Collection
BICENTENNIAL VISCAYA

BICENTENNIAL VISCAYA

Date
1976
Description
This film begins with shots of James Deering's Italian Renaissance-inspired vacation home, Viscaya. It mentions John Fisher's exploits in Biscayne Bay and the Miami real estate boom, with additional still shots of Coral Gables and Hialeah. Produced by the Florida Development Commission and the Florida Bicentennial Commission.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Bicentennial Bethune, 1976Bicentennial Bethune, 1976African American history
Higher Education

Historically black colleges and universities
Promotional films
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BICENTENNIAL CAPE KENNEDY BICENTENNIAL CAPE KENNEDY Aerospace industry
Astronauts
Promotional films
Rockets (Aeronautics)
Space program
Space race
Tourism
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BICENTENNIAL FORT CAROLINE BICENTENNIAL FORT CAROLINE Florida-History-Huguenot colony, 1562-1565
Promotional films
Timucua Indians
Timucua Indians-Pictorial works
Tourism
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BICENTENNIAL PENSACOLA BICENTENNIAL PENSACOLA Florida-History-1565-1763
Florida-History-1783-1821
Florida-History-19th century
Promotional films
Tourism
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BICENTENNIAL TAMPA BICENTENNIAL TAMPA Cigar industry
Florida-History-19th century
Florida-History-20th century
Promotional films
Tourism
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BICENTENNIAL VISCAYA BICENTENNIAL VISCAYA Architecture, Italian
Florida-History-20th century
Historic house museums-Florida-Miami
Museums-Florida-Miami
Promotional films
Tourism
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