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Correspondence Between David L. Ball and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, July 8, 1960

Correspondence Between David L. Ball and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, July 8, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from David L. Ball of Fort Wayne, Indiana to Governor LeRoy Collins, attaching a newspaper article (not included) and suggesting that Fidel Castro could be quickly overthrown if the U.S. refused to buy anything from Cuba or sell anything to Cuba. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between J. Campillo and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Cuban Relations, 1960

Correspondence Between J. Campillo and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Cuban Relations, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from J. Campillo to Governor LeRoy Collins, enclosing a copy of a telegram Campillo had sent to Vice-President Richard Nixon criticizing the plan to cut down on sugar imports from Cuba. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Kathleen Fedorsyn and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Correspondence Between Kathleen Fedorsyn and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from Kathleen Fedorsyn to Governor LeRoy Collins discussing news reports about Cuban Americans and their connections to drug trafficking and organized crime and urging action. Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Mrs. John Rodriguez and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Correspondence Between Mrs. John Rodriguez and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from Mrs. John Rodriguez of Miami to Governor LeRoy Collins criticizing press coverage of the Cuban Revolution and arguing that Cubans are mostly positive about Fidel Castro's regime. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Mrs. W.G. Lyon and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Citizens Visiting Cuba, 1960

Correspondence Between Mrs. W.G. Lyon and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Citizens Visiting Cuba, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins from Mrs. W.G. Lyon of St. Paul Minnesota, suggesting that would-be U.S. tourists should be warned to stay away from Cuba. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Orlando Diaz Canal and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, 1960

Correspondence Between Orlando Diaz Canal and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from Orlando Diaz Canal to Governor LeRoy Collins concerning communism in Latin America. The original letter is in Spanish; an English translation and Governor Collins' reply are included. Also included is an open letter from Canal to Fidel Castro, whom Canal threatens with death if he does not relinquish power in Cuba.
Collection
Correspondence Between Pearl Tuttle and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Relations with Cuba

Correspondence Between Pearl Tuttle and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Relations with Cuba

Date
1960
Description
Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins from Pearl Tuttle of Ohio, urging the governor to take action to prevent Cuban Americans from using Florida as a staging grounds for attacks against the government of Fidel Castro in Cuba. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Ruth Brooks and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Correspondence Between Ruth Brooks and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter from Ruth Brooks to Governor LeRoy Collins concerning U.S.-Cuban relations, underscoring the danger of the situation and urging that the Cuban people should be supported and the Castro regime should be removed. Governor Collins' response is included.
Collection
Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins Concerning Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution, 1960

Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins Concerning Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution, 1960

Date
1960
Description
Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins from an unknown person criticizing the United States' animosity toward Fidel Castro and urging action regarding Cuban refugees in Miami.
Collection
Statement by Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding the Miami Herlad's Person-to-Person Letter Writing Campaign to Improve U.S.-Cuban Understanding, July 28, 1960

Statement by Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding the Miami Herlad's Person-to-Person Letter Writing Campaign to Improve U.S.-Cuban Understanding, July 28, 1960

Date
1960-07-28
Description
Statement by Governor LeRoy Collins commending the Miami Herald for facilitating a program in which Florida citizens wrote personal letters to Cuban citizens.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s776_b074_f17_08Correspondence Between David L. Ball and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, July 8, 1960textRevolutions--Public opinion
Revolutionaries
International relations
Economic sanctions
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s776_b074_f17_10Correspondence Between J. Campillo and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Cuban Relations, 1960textRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_04Correspondence Between Kathleen Fedorsyn and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960textOrganized crime
Drug traffic
Mafia
Revolutions
Refugees
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_05Correspondence Between Mrs. John Rodriguez and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960textRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_03Correspondence Between Mrs. W.G. Lyon and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Citizens Visiting Cuba, 1960textTourism
International travel
International relations
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutions
Revolutionaries
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_09Correspondence Between Orlando Diaz Canal and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding Fidel Castro, 1960textRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Revolutions--Public opinion
Communism
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s776_b074_f17_02Correspondence Between Pearl Tuttle and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S. Relations with CubatextRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Refugees
Political refugees
Counterrevolutions
Counterrevolutionaries--Public opinion
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_06Correspondence Between Ruth Brooks and Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding U.S.-Cuban Relations, 1960textRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_01Letter to Governor LeRoy Collins Concerning Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution, 1960textRevolutions
Revolutions and socialism
Revolutionaries
International relations
Refugees
Political refugees
Revolutions--Public opinion
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s776_b074_f17_07Statement by Governor LeRoy Collins Regarding the Miami Herlad's Person-to-Person Letter Writing Campaign to Improve U.S.-Cuban Understanding, July 28, 1960textRevolutions
American newspapers
Newspapers
International cooperation
International relations
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