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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Contributor contains "WTVJ"
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 7

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 7

Date
1966
Description
Gov. Burns knocks his opponent High at a press conference, then introduces a new supporter. Next is Burns' "first speech of the second primary." This is followed by shots of politicians around big tables. Gov. and Mrs. Burns leave. Then the film shows a press conference concerning a labor dispute with two labor leaders in Dade County. Then, Burns displays a newspaper article that he claims is evidence that High is race-baiting. Next is a speech at the Governor's Club. There are more rallies and shots of Burns arriving by helicopter in a shopping center parking lot. Then, Burns is seen in a motorcade in Plantation City. There is another helicopter arrival at a shopping center with hand shaking all around. There is reticulation three or four minutes into film. Produced by WTVJ-Miami.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 6

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 6

Date
1966
Description
This film begins with scenes of Mayor Robert King High of Miami leaving his residence, with his wife at the polls, campaigning using a helicopter, and meeting school children and people on the street. Viewers see shots of the campaign assistant cameraman with High in various scenes. Polling places with workers are shown. Viewers see High preparing for a speech in a television studio. Then, there are scenes in an office building and on the phone at campaign headquarters. High is shown in a motorcade driving through Miami, shaking many hands. High has ice cream at a snack bar, takes a nap and makes a television speech. Then, the candidate for Attorney General speaks. Broward Williams, candidate for treasurer, speaks. Next, Mr. Mayo gives a speech (three takes).
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 5

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 5

Date
1966
Description
This film shows a press conference with Sen. Kelly and High discussing endorsement by US Rep. Adam Clayton Powell. Sen. Kelly states that High asked Martin Luther King not to come to Florida. Harry Arrington, accused of setting up Powell, denies involvement. Then, High gives an interview from the front seat of a convertible and waves from the car to people on the street. The interview in the car continues. It is followed by sidewalk scenes, speeches in a building and shopping center parking lot, a motorcade and more speeches with Sen. Kelly. High and Kelly board a DC-3. The film then shows another rally where Kelly gives a speech standing on a chair. High does the same. There is more campaigning from motorcades, helicopter flights and a rally in a stadium. Produced by WTVJ -Miami.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 4

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 4

Date
1975-05
Description
In this film, Newell C. Taylor denies charges (apparently made by Gov. Burns) of being "a gambler, a gangster, or whatever... and enriching High's campaign to the tune of $100,000." He states that he will start legal action against Gov. Burns. This is followed by another press conference (some reticulation from bad processing) where the same man offers to resign from the board of Variety Children's Hospital. The president of the hospital states that the hospital is impartial in the campaign. Next are scenes from the Dade County Bar Association lunch. A speaker turns down an offer for Gov. Burns' representative to speak. Then, High gives a speech. Some of this portion is overexposed. Next are cover shots of the breakfast, including the cameraman for the above-referenced footage. The action then moves to the campaign headquarters, where Sen. Kelly and High speak to the crowd. Both are seen in a motorcade, followed by more hand shaking and speeches. Produced by WTVJ-Miami.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 3

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 3

Date
1966-05
Description
The location for this film is Kelly campaign headquarters. Sen. Kelly throws his support to Robert King High. High makes a speech of gratitude to Kelly. Another man speaks supporting High, followed by various crowd shots and lots of hand shaking. Next, High makes statements regarding an investigation he wants conducted on illegal government spending. Kelly endorses High for governor and speaks about labor and race issues. Then, Tom Adams defends himself concerning his break from Burns' policies. Produced by WTVJ -Miami.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 2

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 2

Date
1966-05-03
Description
This film has scenes of the High headquarters on election night, including workers on phones and tabulating votes on a board. The same kinds of scenes are shown at the headquarters of state legislator Scott Kelly. High answers questions from reporters, and then Kelly does the same. High speaks again on the morning after the election. High and Kelly are seen with their wives at the High residence as Kelly voices his support for High. The film ends scenes of men in business suits sweeping the street. Produced by WTVJ -Miami.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 1

PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 1

Date
1966
Description
Gov. Burns is seen campaigning. He comes and goes in a helicopter. Then, there is a cookout in his honor with lots of people wearing paper hats that say "Burns." A rock band is playing. Burns arrives and makes a speech. At one point, he poses with an American Indian and wears a Seminole hat. Sound begins and he denounces "the radical extremism of Bobby Kennedy and Bobby High." He identifies the film's location as Dade County. High campaigns next. His speech is at an airport and is frequently interrupted by airplanes. We see the High campaign headquarters on election night and High makes his acceptance speech. Next is an interview with High alone. He campaigns on the street from the back of a truck and boards a private jet. Produced by WTVJ -Miami.
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MIAMI HITS A MILLION

MIAMI HITS A MILLION

Date
1944-06-14
Description
This is kinescope footage of a television program celebrating Miami's arrival at the one million marker in population. The program covers the entire history of Miami and its adjacent area. It contains loads of still images, as well as moving film of African-American laborers clearing mangroves at Miami Beach and early Coral Gables footage. Produced by WTVJ News.
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KEY WEST

KEY WEST

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film tells the story of Key West, using old photos and drawings. It shows the Audubon House, describes the restoration movement, and shows various gardens and the Sidewalk Art Festival. The Conch Train comes by and viewers see Hemingway's house. A cigar maker, shrimp boats and deep-sea fishing are shown. The film then shows Fort Taylor and its Civil War remains, followed by a recap. Produced by Raymond H. McPhee and WTVJ Public Affairs.
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Haydon Burns and Robert King High Gubernatorial Debate Number 1, 1964 (Part 1)

Haydon Burns and Robert King High Gubernatorial Debate Number 1, 1964 (Part 1)

Date
1964
Description
This film shows a debate between Democratic gubernatorial candidates Haydon Burns of Jacksonville and Robert King High of Miami. Issues of the day are argued in detail. Questions include the propriety of the "Negro Bloc Vote," reapportionment, changing the location of the state Capitol, and whether to make the Florida Department of Commerce Chairman a Cabinet member. The questions are followed by a final volley of accusations about NAACP support as a campaign issue. Kinescope. Part Number 2 is DA040.
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 7 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 7 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 6 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 6 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 5 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 5 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Race relations
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 4 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 4 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 3 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 3 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 2 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 2 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 1 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR NO. 1 Governors-Florida
Gubernatorial campaigns
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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MIAMI HITS A MILLION MIAMI HITS A MILLION African Americans
Attractions
Florida-History-20th century
Promotional films
Tourism
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KEY WEST KEY WEST Art
Artists
Attractions
Cigar industry
Fishing
Promotional films
Seafood industry
Tourism
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Haydon Burns and Robert King High Gubernatorial Debate Number 1, 1964 (Part 1)Haydon Burns and Robert King High Gubernatorial Debate Number 1, 1964 (Part 1)Civil rights
Debates
Governors--Florida
Gubernatorial elections
Political campaigns
Politics
NAACP
Radio
Television
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