39 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Speeches"
GOV. REUBIN ASKEW

GOV. REUBIN ASKEW

Date
1983
Description
Former Gov. LeRoy Collins introduces Reubin Askew on the steps of the Grove in Tallahassee. Askew announces his candidacy for president of the United States. Footage includes shots of State Rep. Lee Moffit; US Sen. Lawton Chiles; first lady Adele Graham; and Mary Call Collins. Videotaped by Bradley White.
Collection
Governor Kirk Inauguration Scenes

Governor Kirk Inauguration Scenes

Date
1967-01-03
Description
This footage features a variety of scenes from the inaugural ceremonies for Florida’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.
Collection
HOSEA WILLIAMS

HOSEA WILLIAMS

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film is interview and speech footage of civil rights leader Hosea Williams speaking at Bethel Family Baptist Church in Tallahassee. The speech footage has many rough editing splices that impact the aesthetics of the film. However, the content is still quite profound and moving. An interview segment is conducted by newscaster Lucius Gant. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Julio 26

Julio 26

Date
1960
Description
This film is a documentary that reflects on the first six months and 26 days of Fidel Castro's rule of Cuba. It has press conference footage of Castro resigning as Cuba's prime minister and a brief interview with a WCKT reporter. Other officials in the Cuban government are also interviewed. The film covers various state programs instituted by the new government and ends with footage of the Julio 26 celebration in Havana. Produced by WCKT Television.
Collection
LEROY COLLINS LIBRARY DEDICATION

LEROY COLLINS LIBRARY DEDICATION

Date
1993
Description
This film is a production by the Sunshine Network. It shows the dedication of the LeRoy Collins Library (Leon County Public Library) in Tallahassee. The video begins with a short history of Gov. LeRoy Collins' achievements, and then moves to the dedication. Marjorie Turnbull, Leon County Commissioner and cochairman of the Collins Commemorative Commission, was spokesperson for the event. There were many distinguished speakers, including former Florida governors Reubin Askew, Bob Graham, Bob Martinez, and the current governor, Lawton Chiles. Manny Joanos, Leon County Commissioner; Steve Uhlfelder, cochairman of the Collins Commemorative Commissioner; Janet Reno, US Attorney General; and Mrs. LeRoy Collins also speak.
Collection
MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS

MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS

Date
1980 (circa)
Description
This video begins with Gov. Bob Martinez and reporters. It quickly moves on to a Cabinet meeting where James Eaton and Michael Rockland from Florida A&M University's Center For Black Culture are honored. Next, Marjory Stoneman Douglas is honored. Ms. Douglas talks about her commitment to Florida's environment, specifically about the cleanup of Lake Okeechobee. Videotaped by Bradley White.
Collection
PRESIDENT CARTER IN TALLAHASSEE

PRESIDENT CARTER IN TALLAHASSEE

Date
1963-11-06
Description
This is a poorly edited film of President Jimmy Carter speaking to a gathering of Florida Democrats at the North Florida Fairgrounds in Tallahassee. Gov. Bob Graham, Reubin Askew, Sen. Claude Pepper and other Florida politicians are also present. The President's speech has several portions removed from it. The film contains additional footage of function attendees and performers prior to the President's arrival. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
President Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration

President Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration

Date
1941
Description
This film starts with a military parade in Washington DC, followed by footage of Gov. Holland, Sen. Claude Pepper and Sen. Charles Andrews at Union Station. This is followed by what appears to be President Roosevelt's third Inauguration in front of the Capitol. There are no close-up scenes involving President Roosevelt. Gov. Holland speaks at a cookout in Broward County at the end of the film.
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PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT PRESIDENTIAL DINNER

PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT PRESIDENTIAL DINNER

Date
1964-03-06
Description
This film was shot in Miami. Kate Smith is heard singing "God Bless America " and Ed Sullivan is seen briefly. Gov. Bryant introduces Sen. Spessard Holland, then introduces President Johnson. He tells several humorous anecdotes and praises Florida congressmen. He describes the Democratic Party's role in preserving American goals. He states his pledge to protect "the full constitutional rights of every American." He says that the federal deficit has been cut by 50 percent and taxes cut by $11.5 billion due to Sen. Smathers' efforts. He declares a "war on poverty." He says that the United States has the military might for defense of liberty. He mentions the start of the Cross Florida Barge Canal and the bombing of the Florida East Coast Railway that same day, saying that the FBI is on the case to find the culprits behind the bombing.
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PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Date
1963
Description
This film, made only a few days before his assassination, is of President Kennedy speaking to members of the Florida Chamber of Commerce in Tampa. The President enters the building with US Senators George Smathers and Sam Gibbons and Gov. Farris Bryant. He is introduced by the governor. President Kennedy addresses such topics as education, taxes, federal versus state controls, Cuba, Fidel Castro and segregation.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
GOV. REUBIN ASKEW GOV. REUBIN ASKEW Governors-Florida
Historic homes
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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fvc930Governor Kirk Inauguration ScenesKirk, Claude R. (Claude Roy), Jr., 1926-2011
Burns, Haydon (William Haydon), 1912-1987
Florida A&M Univeristy (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Florida State University (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Governors
Inaugurations
Bands
Speeches
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HOSEA WILLIAMS HOSEA WILLIAMS Activists
Civil rights
Civil rights movements
Churches
Interviews
Speeches
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Julio 26Julio 26Cuba--History--1959-
Movimiento 26 de Julio (Cuba)
Revolution
Speeches
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LEROY COLLINS LIBRARY DEDICATION LEROY COLLINS LIBRARY DEDICATION Ceremonies
Dedications
Governors-Florida
Libraries
Politicians
Promotional films
Speeches
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MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS Activists
Civil rights
Environmentalism
Governors-Florida
Historically black colleges and universities
Politicians
Politics
Speeches
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PRESIDENT CARTER IN TALLAHASSEE PRESIDENT CARTER IN TALLAHASSEE Democratic Party of Florida
Governors-Florida
Politicians
Politics
Presidents-United States
Speeches
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President Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration President Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration Governors-Florida
Inaugurations
Parades
Politicians
Politics
Presidents-United States
Speeches
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PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT PRESIDENTIAL DINNER PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT PRESIDENTIAL DINNER National Democratic Party
Politicians
Politics
Presidents-United States
Speeches
Taxation
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PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Cold War
Cuban Revolution
Governors-Florida
Presidents-United States
Politicians
Politics
Segregation
Speeches
Taxation
United States-Foreign relations-Cuba
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