16 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject is exactly "Voting"
Letter from J.A. Erwin to Governor Napoleon Broward, February 6, 1908

Letter from J.A. Erwin to Governor Napoleon Broward, February 6, 1908

Date
1908-02-06
Description
Letter from J.A. Erwin, president of the Duval County Prohibition League, to Florida Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward regarding the prohibition petition in Duval County. Erwin claims the Duval County clerk of courts and county commissioners are working with those opposed to the petition.
Collection
Letter from John T. Lewis to Governor Napoleon Broward, 1908

Letter from John T. Lewis to Governor Napoleon Broward, 1908

Date
1908-02-12
Description
Letter from John T. Lewis, supervisor of state prisons, to Florida Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward with the count of African-American and white voters in Marion County and whether they voted for or against alcohol prohibition in the county.
Collection
Letter from W. R. Lambert to Members of the Florida Anti-Saloon League, 1908

Letter from W. R. Lambert to Members of the Florida Anti-Saloon League, 1908

Date
1908-02-08
Description
Letter from W. R. Lambert, superintendent of the Florida Anti-Saloon League, to members of the league requesting they write to representatives and senators from Florida and ask them to support the Littlefield Interstate Commerce Bill.
Collection
Proclamation by William Marvin, Provisional Governor of the State of Florida, 1865

Proclamation by William Marvin, Provisional Governor of the State of Florida, 1865

Date
1865-08-23
Description
A ten point proclamation from Provisional Governor of Florida William Marvin declaring what needs to be done so that Florida may be readmitted to the Union. Marvin outlines the election of delegates who will be tasked with creating a new state constitution; who may vote in the election of delegates; and asserts that slavery no longer exists in Florida.
Collection
Ratification of the 19th Amendment by the Florida Legislature, 1969

Ratification of the 19th Amendment by the Florida Legislature, 1969

Date
1969-05-22
Description
Senate concurrent resolution number 1172 ratifying the 19th Amendment. Florida was not one of the states that ratified the 19th Amendment during 1919-1920. In fact, neither house of the Florida Legislature had even voted on the measure. Though the Legislature would pass a law in 1921 that provided the vote to all residents, it was not until 1969 that it symbolically ratified the 19th Amendment. The resolution passed Florida's Senate and House of Representatives on May 13 and was approved on May 22.
Collection
Bumper sticker supporting proposed 1971 "court reform" Amendment #1 to the state constitution

Bumper sticker supporting proposed 1971 "court reform" Amendment #1 to the state constitution

Date
1971
Description
Bumper sticker supporting proposed 1971 "court reform" Amendment #1 to the state constitution
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s664_b015_f07_x09Letter from J.A. Erwin to Governor Napoleon Broward, February 6, 1908TextProhibition -- Florida
Liquor laws
Alcohol -- Law and legislation
Voting
County officials and employees -- Florida -- Duval County
Temperance
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s664_b015_f07_x05Letter from John T. Lewis to Governor Napoleon Broward, 1908TextProhibition -- Florida
Liquor laws
Alcohol -- Law and legislation
Voting
Temperance
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s664_b015_f07_x08Letter from W. R. Lambert to Members of the Florida Anti-Saloon League, 1908TextProhibition -- Florida
Liquor laws
Alcohol -- Law and legislation
Voting
Temperance
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n2008-10_b001_f01_01Proclamation by William Marvin, Provisional Governor of the State of Florida, 1865TextReconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
Florida -- Constitutional law
Voting
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s222_v407_1172Ratification of the 19th Amendment by the Florida Legislature, 1969TextWomen--Suffrage
Political rights
Voting
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s19_b191_f01_01Bumper sticker supporting proposed 1971 "court reform" Amendment #1 to the state constitutionstill imageConstitutional amendments
Constitutions
Voting
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