9 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject contains "Capitols"
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A Reply to Some Misleading Statements of the Tallahassee Capital League, 1900

A Reply to Some Misleading Statements of the Tallahassee Capital League, 1900

Date
1900-09-04
Description
A leaflet addressing claims made by the Tallahassee Capital League against moving the capital from Tallahassee to Jacksonville. The leaflet explains why Jacksonville would be the best location for the state capital. Voters were to decide on the issue during the election in November 1900.
Collection
Florida's Historic Capitol Booklet, ca. 1965

Florida's Historic Capitol Booklet, ca. 1965

Date
1965 (circa)
Description
A booklet describing how Tallahassee was chosen as the capital of Florida and the history of the Florida Capitol building. There are also facts about the Florida Capitol (now the Florida Historic Capitol Museum).
Collection
Leaflet to Florida Voters Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Leaflet to Florida Voters Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Date
1900-09-04
Description
A leaflet addressed to Florida voters from the Jacksonville Capital Association regarding moving the state capital from Tallahassee to Jacksonville. The leaflet describes why Jacksonville is the best candidate for the capital. Voters were to decide on the issue during the election in November 1900.
Collection
Leaflet to Members of the Florida State Bar Association Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Leaflet to Members of the Florida State Bar Association Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Date
1900-09-04
Description
A leaflet addressed to members of the Florida State Bar Association from the Jacksonville Bar Association regarding moving the state capital from Tallahassee to Jacksonville. The leaflet describes why Jacksonville is the best candidate for the capital. Voters were to decide on the issue during the election in November 1900.
Collection
Letter from B.F. Dillon and P.A. Holt Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Letter from B.F. Dillon and P.A. Holt Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900

Date
1900-09-04
Description
A letter from B.F. Dillon and P.A. Holt of the Jacksonville Capital Association to a local businessman requesting that the businessman urge his white employees to register to vote before the upcoming election. Voters would be deciding in the November 1900 election whether to move the state capital from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.
Collection
Letter from William Wyatt to Governor William Pope Duval, 1828

Letter from William Wyatt to Governor William Pope Duval, 1828

Date
1828-04-22
Description
A letter from William Wyatt, a building contractor and hotelier (who built and ran the Planter's Hotel, one of Tallahassee's earliest hotels), to Governor William Pope Duval regarding his bid to build the second Florida Capitol in Tallahassee. Wyatt lost the bid to Benjamin G. Thornton and Jesse H. Willis of Leon County.
Collection
Move the State Capital to Jacksonville Pamphlet, 1900

Move the State Capital to Jacksonville Pamphlet, 1900

Date
1900
Description
A pamphlet explaining why the capital of Florida should be moved from Tallahassee to Jacksonville. The back has a map showing how "All roads lead to Jacksonville."
Collection
Reprint of an Ocala Banner editorial opposing removal of the State Capitol from Tallahassee, 1900

Reprint of an Ocala Banner editorial opposing removal of the State Capitol from Tallahassee, 1900

Date
1900
Description
A reprint of letter to the Editor of the Ocala Banner from E. L. Chaney favoring the State Capital to remain in Tallahassee rather than moving it to Ocala, Florida.
Collection
Valid Reasons Against Capital Removal Booklet, 1900

Valid Reasons Against Capital Removal Booklet, 1900

Date
1900
Description
A booklet explaining the reasons why the capital of Florida should not be relocated to another city.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
flc_br0320A Reply to Some Misleading Statements of the Tallahassee Capital League, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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m75-85_b021_f01_01Florida's Historic Capitol Booklet, ca. 1965textPublic buildings--Florida--Leon County--Tallahassee
Capitals (Cities)
Public architecture--Florida--Leon County--Tallahassee
Capitols
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flc_br0317Leaflet to Florida Voters Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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flc_br0318Leaflet to Members of the Florida State Bar Association Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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flc_br0319Letter from B.F. Dillon and P.A. Holt Regarding Capital Relocation, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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s2153_b001_f42_01Letter from William Wyatt to Governor William Pope Duval, 1828textPublic architecture--Florida--Leon County--Tallahassee
Public buildings--Florida--Leon County--Tallahassee
Capitols
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flc_975.9061-l811_01Move the State Capital to Jacksonville Pamphlet, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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flc_br0049Reprint of an Ocala Banner editorial opposing removal of the State Capitol from Tallahassee, 1900textCapitols--Florida/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/flc_br0049.jpg
flc_975.9061-c244_01Valid Reasons Against Capital Removal Booklet, 1900textCapitals (Cities)
Capitols
City planning
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