|m81-7_b002_f01_03||Hart Line letterhead||text||/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/m81-7_b002_f01_03.jpg
|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.
|s1237_b004_f03_x01||Letter and Related Alachua Audubon Society Correspondence from Marjorie Harris Carr to W. Randolph Hodges, 1965||text||Canals--Design and construction|
Letter and Related Alachua Audubon Society Correspondence from Marjorie Harris Carr to W. Randolph Hodges, 1965
- A letter from Marjorie Harris Carr, co-chairman for conservation at the Alachua Audubon Society, to W. Randolph Hodges, director of the State Board of Conservation, requesting a public hearing be called regarding the realignment of a section of the Cross Florida Barge Canal from Silver Springs to the St. Johns River. Additional documentation includes "A Summary of the Pertinent Factors in the Campaign by Conservationists to Preserve the Ocklawaha River Wilderness Area" from the Alachua Audubon Society; a news release from the Alachua Audubon Society regarding the efforts by conservation organizations to realign the route of the Cross Florida Barge Canal between Silver Springs and the St. Johns River, and the text of a letter sent to Lady Bird Johnson, first lady of the United States, about saving the Ocklawaha and Suwannee rivers in Florida; and Lady Bird Johnson's response to the Alachua Audubon Society's letter thanking the organization for their letter and saying she will not be able to visit the rivers because she is focusing on President Lyndon Johnson's health and recovery.
|s576_b026_f01_x02||Letter from Ross Allen to Governor Millard Caldwell, 1947||text||Parks -- Florida -- Everglades|
National parks and reserves -- Florida -- Everglades
Protected areas -- Florida -- Everglades
|m81-7_b001_f07_01||Letter from the Tolchester Steamboat Co. to Hubbard L. Hart, 1887||text||Tourist trade|
Letter from the Tolchester Steamboat Co. to Hubbard L. Hart, 1887
- Letter from the Tolchester Steamboat Company of Baltimore, Maryland, to Colonel Hubbard L. Hart requesting Hart provide steamboat rates for an excursion party of 5 to 15 who would travel from Palatka, Florida, along the Ocklawaha River to Silver Springs and return. Hart operated a steamship line along this route.
|m81-7_b002_f03a_01||M.J. Clarke et al ticket for Ocklawaha Navigation Company steamboats||text||/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/m81-7_b002_f03a_01.jpg
|sle_real-estate_01||McRorie's Tourist Guide, January 1933||text||Hotels -- Florida -- Guidebooks|
|sle_marion_01||Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs, Florida, 1900||text||Tourist trade|
Fountain of youth (Legendary place)
Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs, Florida, 1900
- A pamphlet about the Ocklawaha and Silver Springs steamboat line. Inside of the pamphlet is a description of Palatka, Silver Springs, the Ocklawaha River and the Ocklawaha steamboats.
|sle_transportation_02||Ocklawaha River Daylight Excursions - Advertisement, 1899||text||River boats|
|slv_worlds-fair-florida-exhibits_02||Pan American Hernando de Soto Exposition Brochure, 1939||text||Exhibitions--Florida--Tampa|
Pan American Hernando de Soto Exposition Brochure, 1939
- Brochure describing the Pan American Hernando de Soto Exhibition in Tampa, Florida, from January 31 to February 18, 1939. The brochure includes a description of De Soto's time in Tampa and information about the attractions at the exposition. The exhibition was commemorating the 400 year anniversary of de Soto landing in Tampa.