31 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Format contains "Telegrams"
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Telegram to Governor Graham comparing Florida to Apartheid South Africa in the wake of the 1980 Miami Riots

Telegram to Governor Graham comparing Florida to Apartheid South Africa in the wake of the 1980 Miami Riots

Date
1980-05-22
Description
Telegram to Governor Bob Graham from Oceanside, California, resident A. W. Kirkpatrick comparing Florida to Apartheid South Africa in the wake of the 1980 Miami Riots.
Collection
Telegram to Governor Graham from Anne Hartzell opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Telegram to Governor Graham from Anne Hartzell opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Date
1980-05-24
Description
Telegram to Governor Bob Graham from white Dade County resident Anne B. Hartzell opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild the city after the 1980 Miami Riots. "Maybe it's time we whites retalliate."
Collection
Telegram to Governor Graham from Joseph Husta opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Telegram to Governor Graham from Joseph Husta opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Date
1980-05-23
Description
Telegram to Governor Bob Graham from Miami resident Joseph Husta opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild the city after the 1980 Miami Riots. 
Collection
Telegram to Governor Graham from Roy Davis opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Telegram to Governor Graham from Roy Davis opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 Riots

Date
1980-05-24
Description
Telegram to Governor Bob Graham from small business owner and Tampa resident Roy G. Davis opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild the city after the 1980 Miami Riots.
Collection
Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932

Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932

Date
1932-03-13
Description
Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton protesting the use of black female convicts for installing posts in the streets of Jacksonville.
Collection
Telegram from President John F. Kennedy Thanking Governor Farris Bryant and the People of Florida for Support During the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962

Telegram from President John F. Kennedy Thanking Governor Farris Bryant and the People of Florida for Support During the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962

Date
1962-10-24
Description
Telegram from President John Fitzgerald Kennedy thanking Governor Farris Bryant and the people of Florida for sending a message of support and confidence during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Collection
Telegram to Governor LeRoy Collins from the Inter-Civic Council of Tallahassee, 1956

Telegram to Governor LeRoy Collins from the Inter-Civic Council of Tallahassee, 1956

Date
1956-09-27
Description
Telegram from the Inter-Civic Council of Tallahassee to Governor LeRoy Collins regarding the Tallahassee Bus Boycott which lasted from May 26, 1956, until the following year. The telegram was informing the governor that black residents were being removed from their homes and questioned about their participation in the boycott. By the summer of 1957, all city buses in Tallahassee were fully integrated.
Collection
Telegram from C. L. Clark to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952

Telegram from C. L. Clark to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952

Date
1952-02-08
Description
A telegram from C. L. Clark, executive assistant to Governor Fuller Warren, to Nathan M. Padgug. Clark denies allegations that Jefferson J. Elliott is a Klansman after conferring with Governor Warren.
Collection
Telegram from Jefferson J. Elliott to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952

Telegram from Jefferson J. Elliott to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952

Date
1952-02-08
Description
A telegram from Jefferson J. Elliott to Nathan M. Padgug denying charges that he is a Klansman.
Collection
Telegram from Nathan M. Padgug to Governor Fuller Warren, 1952

Telegram from Nathan M. Padgug to Governor Fuller Warren, 1952

Date
1952-02-08
Description
A telegram from Nathan M. Padgug to Governor Fuller Warren regarding Stetson Kennedy's claim that Jefferson Elliott, Governor Warren's special investigator, is a Klansman.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s850_b013_f09_05Telegram to Governor Graham comparing Florida to Apartheid South Africa in the wake of the 1980 Miami RiotsText1980 Miami Riots
Riots--Florida--Miami
Police brutality
Apartheid
Trial by jury
Police misconduct
Justice--Public opinion
Discrimination in criminal justice administration
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s850_b013_f11_03Telegram to Governor Graham from Anne Hartzell opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 RiotsText1980 Miami Riots
Riots--Florida--Miami
Sales tax
Police brutality
Trial by jury
Police misconduct
Justice--Public opinion
Discrimination in criminal justice administration
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s850_b013_f11_02Telegram to Governor Graham from Joseph Husta opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 RiotsText1980 Miami Riots
Riots--Florida--Miami
Sales tax
Police brutality
Trial by jury
Police misconduct
Justice--Public opinion
Discrimination in criminal justice administration
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s850_b013_f11_01Telegram to Governor Graham from Roy Davis opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild Miami after 1980 RiotsText1980 Miami Riots
Riots--Florida--Miami
Sales tax
Police brutality
Trial by jury
Police misconduct
Justice--Public opinion
Discrimination in criminal justice administration
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s204_b024_f03_x01Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932TextConvict labor--Florida/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s204_b024_f03_x01.jpg
s756_b045_f01_x01Telegram from President John F. Kennedy Thanking Governor Farris Bryant and the People of Florida for Support During the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962TextCuban Missile Crisis, 1962/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s756_b045_f01_x01.jpg
s776_b033_f03_x02Telegram to Governor LeRoy Collins from the Inter-Civic Council of Tallahassee, 1956TextDiscrimination in public accommodations
Civil rights movements
Boycotts--Florida--Tallahassee
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s235_b048_f01_x03Telegram from C. L. Clark to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952TextFlorida--Race relations
Hate groups
Civil rights
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s235_b048_f01_x02Telegram from Jefferson J. Elliott to Nathan M. Padgug, 1952TextFlorida--Race relations
Hate groups
Civil rights
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s235_b048_f01_x01Telegram from Nathan M. Padgug to Governor Fuller Warren, 1952TextFlorida--Race relations
Hate groups
Civil rights
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