5 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Tobacco industry"
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GATEWAY TO THE SUN

GATEWAY TO THE SUN

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
The beginning of this film is choppy due to splices. It tells about Lake City, showing the airport, downtown, residential areas, fire department, police, schools, churches, hospital, banks, shopping, motels and dining. It shows farming, Stephen Foster Memorial and a stern-wheeler replica. Viewers see a cattle farm, tobacco market, chrome molding plant, mobile home manufacturing and aviation manufacturing. Produced by Cullen L. Fuller; sponsored by Lake City Chamber of Commerce.
Collection
GOV. FULLER WARREN SPEECH

GOV. FULLER WARREN SPEECH

Date
n.d.
Description
Gov. Warren makes a speech to a crowd outdoors on a hot sunny day. At one point he holds a bundle of tobacco leaves as he speaks. The film includes some footage of his new wife and the governor shaking hands with citizens. The footage has some processing streaks. This was filmed in Kodachrome.
Collection
Seminoles of The Everglades

Seminoles of The Everglades

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
In this film, Old Gold Cigarette Company pays tribute to the people (Native Americans) that gave tobacco to this land. There are Everglade and wildlife scenes throughout the film. A Seminole is also shown in his dugout canoe spear fishing and poling through the swamp. There are scenes of a village with women working and children playing. The narrator discusses the importance of tobacco in the American Indian culture and two Native Americans share an Old Gold cigarette. There are Miami scenes, and the narrator talks about how confined and trapped American Indians feel in the city. "The development of the Everglades into agricultural land is gold for the white man, and the symbol of the end of the Indian." There are quick overviews of tourist sites, the US Indian Affairs Office and Brighton Reservation in Dania.
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ST. AUGUSTINE AND MARINELAND VISITS

ST. AUGUSTINE AND MARINELAND VISITS

Date
1947
Description
This home film begins with a short segment showing African-American men and women putting up shade cloth for a tobacco field. It then switches to Fort San Marcos and St. Augustine. It shows attractions such as the Fountain of Youth, the Oldest House and the burial grounds of the Timucuan Indians. It then shows the Marine Studios Entrance. The camera is shooting through the portholes that show fish, turtles, eels and porpoises. They are billed as the only captive porpoises in the world.
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US Highway 27

US Highway 27

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film starts in Havana, Florida, showing tobacco growing. Then, it moves on to Tallahassee with the Capitol and FSU, the Grove (next to the Governor's Mansion), Killearn Gardens and beautiful flowers, the Floridian Hotel, the Cherokee Hotel and Wakulla Springs. Then, viewers see Perry, Suwannee, Stuckey's, Dogland, Williston and Castro Farms. Produced by Guided Tours.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
GATEWAY TO THE SUNGATEWAY TO THE SUNAviation industry
Cattle industry
Farming
Hotels
Police
Promotional films
Tobacco industry
Tourism
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GOV. FULLER WARREN SPEECHGOV. FULLER WARREN SPEECHGovernors-Florida
Speeches
Tobacco industry
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Seminoles of The EvergladesSeminoles of The EvergladesAttractions
Promotional films
Seminole Indians
Tobacco industry
Tourism
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ST. AUGUSTINE AND MARINELAND VISITSST. AUGUSTINE AND MARINELAND VISITSAfrican American
Attractions
Fish
Porpoises
Promotional films
Timucuan Indian
Tobacco industry
Tourism
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US Highway 27US Highway 27Agriculture
Flowers
Promotional films
Tobacco industry
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