|flc_br0061||Advertisement by Catts Realty Company in DeFuniak Springs for land near Moore Haven||text||Cities and towns--History|
Advertisement by Catts Realty Company in DeFuniak Springs for land near Moore Haven
- ... contracts back from Tampa this week for 100 cars of muck ... goal will be a fertilizer plant in Moore Haven ... Jacksonville Times-Union, July 5, 1922.'' Reprint of article from Jacksonville Times-Union used in advertisement for selling lots in Moore Haven and Glades County by Catts' Realty Company, DeFuniak Springs. Florida.
|flc_374.9-f636-1885||First Annual Session of the Florida Chautauqua program, 1885||text||Chautauquas -- Florida -- History|
|slc_1970-chiles_01||Lawton Chiles U.S. Senate Campaign Progress Reports from Walking Tour of Florida, 1970||text||Political campaigns|
Agriculture and state
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
Lawton Chiles U.S. Senate Campaign Progress Reports from Walking Tour of Florida, 1970
- Series of newsletters published by Lawton Chiles' 1970 campaign for U.S. Senate during Chiles' walk across Florida. The reports describe the route Chiles took, as well as the people he met and the topics they discussed. Other politicians, representing local and state governments, joined Chiles at various points, including state senators Dempsey Barron and Wilbur Boyd, and State Superintendent of Instruction Thomas D. Bailey. Chiles walked all the way from Century in Escambia County to Key Largo, stopping in Tallahassee for the legislative session. Chiles was a state senator representing the Lakeland region at this time.
|m91-5_b013_f12_01||Undertakers and Coffin Dealers Record of Coffin Sales, 1918-1922||text||Coffins|
Registers of births, etc.
African Americans--Florida--Jefferson County--Monticello
Undertakers and Coffin Dealers Record of Coffin Sales, 1918-1922
- 1918 (circa)
- A record of coffins by a coffin shop in Monticello, Florida. The report contains the name of the deceased; their place of birth (or death -- on some pages the word "birth" is crossed out and "death" is penciled in); their sex and race; their date of death; and in which county they died. There is also the name and city of residence of the person who purchased the coffin for the deceased. Most of the deaths occurred in Jefferson County, Florida, with a few from Leon County in Florida and Thomas County in Georgia.