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Bulletin, Planning for Non-English-Speaking Pupils, circa 1961

Bulletin, Planning for Non-English-Speaking Pupils, circa 1961

Date
1961 (circa)
Description
Curriculum Bulletin 1-C issued by the Dade County Public Schools, titled "Planning for Non-English-Speaking Pupils." The document describes teaching strategies and procedures recommended by a special committee of the local County Curriculum Council in light of the recent influx of Cuban refugees in Dade County.
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Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961

Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961

Date
1960-12
Description
This correspondence consists of a letter from Antonio G. Solar of the Cuban-American League for Freedom to Governor Farris Bryant, inviting him to join the organization and receive copies of the news bulletin "Cuban Newsweek." A response from Bryant's administrative assistant, John E. Evans, is included.
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Correspondence Between Donald A. Hoffman and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding the Employment of Cuban Refugees

Correspondence Between Donald A. Hoffman and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding the Employment of Cuban Refugees

Date
1961
Description
This correspondence begins with a letter from Donald A. Hoffman, executive director of the Management Research Institute, to Governor Farris Bryant, offering him the Institute's services to help find a way to gainfully employ Cuban refugees living in Florida. Also included are minutes from the Institute's annual meeting on December 5, 1960 and Governor Bryant's reply noting that he had forwarded Hoffman's letter to the Florida Development Commission for consideration.
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Correspondence Between E.J. Wyckoff and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding Cuban Refugees, 1961

Correspondence Between E.J. Wyckoff and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding Cuban Refugees, 1961

Date
1961-01
Description
This correspondence begins with a letter from Fort Lauderdale real estate broker E.J. Wyckoff to Governor Farris Braynt recommending that Opa-Locka Air Force Base be used as space for housing Cuban refugees. Bryant's reply indicates that Opa-Locka is under federal control and that Wyckoff should direct his suggestion to federal authorities.
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Correspondence Between Governor Farris Bryant and Dr. Homer F. Marsh Regarding the Employment of Professionally Trained Cuban Refugees, 1960-1961

Correspondence Between Governor Farris Bryant and Dr. Homer F. Marsh Regarding the Employment of Professionally Trained Cuban Refugees, 1960-1961

Date
1960
Description
This correspondence includes a letter from Dean Homer F. Marsh of the University of Miami Medical School to Governor Farris Bryant asking for help absorbing the influx of professionally trained Cuban doctors coming into the country, a response from Bryant asking for more information, and Marsh's response providing additional ideas.
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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.
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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.
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Correspondence Regarding Tampa's Cuban Refugee Center, January 1961

Correspondence Regarding Tampa's Cuban Refugee Center, January 1961

Date
1961-01
Description
This correspondence begins with a letter from Earl Mullen, chairman of the Mayor's Cuban Refugee Committee in Tampa, to Governor Farris Bryant asking for help obtaining federal assistance for Tampa's Cuban Refugee Center, which to that point had been operating without federal aid. Included is a list of the members of the Mayor's Cuban Refugee Committee, as well as a response letter from John E. Evans of Governor Bryant's office.
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Correspondence Regarding the Use of Cuban Doctors in State Institutions, 1961

Correspondence Regarding the Use of Cuban Doctors in State Institutions, 1961

Date
1961-01
Description
This correspondence begins with a letter from Arthur G. Dozier, Director of the Division of Child Training Schools, to Terry C. Lee, Coordinator of State Institutions, asking how to find out if a qualified Cuban refugee psychiatrist with knowledge of the English language was available for work in Florida's child training schools. It also includes a letter from Terry C. Lee to Governor Farris Bryant, forwarding the original letter to the governor and asking what procedure should be followed when a state agency is seeking a qualified Cuban refugee professional.
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Correspondence Regarding the Utilization of Skilled Cuban Refugees in Education

Correspondence Regarding the Utilization of Skilled Cuban Refugees in Education

Date
1961
Description
Letter from James L. Burnsted, Director of Adult and Vocational Education for the Broward County Board of Public Instruction to State Superintendent of Public Instruction Thomas D. Bailey, calling for skilled Cuban refugees to be eligible for certification as teachers. Burnsted also addresses the idea of a University of the Americas that would utilize Cuban refugees with professional skills and knowledge that could be used for a broader program of international education. Included is a letter the original letter to Governor Farris Bryant, as well as an inter-office memorandum from administrative assistant John E. Evans to Howard Friedman at the State Department of Education asking how the Department was handling this letter from Burnsted.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s756_b044_f08_18Bulletin, Planning for Non-English-Speaking Pupils, circa 1961textRefugees
Cuban Americans
Refugees--Services for
Refugee children--Education
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s756_b044_f08_23Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961textRefugees
Newsletters
Propaganda
Relations with Latin Americans
Counterrevolutions
Anti-communist movements
Communism
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s756_b044_f08_22Correspondence Between Donald A. Hoffman and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding the Employment of Cuban RefugeestextRefugees
Refugees--Employment
Cuban Americans
Refugees--Government policy
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s756_b044_f08_26Correspondence Between E.J. Wyckoff and Governor Farris Bryant Regarding Cuban Refugees, 1961textRefugees
Cuban Americans
Refugees--Government policy
Refugees--Services for
Refugees--Housing
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s756_b044_f08_04Correspondence Between Governor Farris Bryant and Dr. Homer F. Marsh Regarding the Employment of Professionally Trained Cuban Refugees, 1960-1961textRefugees
Refugees--Employment
Cuban Americans
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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_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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s756_b044_f08_21Correspondence Regarding Tampa's Cuban Refugee Center, January 1961textRefugees
Refugees--Government policy
Refugees--Services for
Cuban Americans
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s756_b044_f08_11Correspondence Regarding the Use of Cuban Doctors in State Institutions, 1961textRefugees
Refugees--Employment
Cuban Americans
Refugees--Government policy
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s756_b044_f08_03Correspondence Regarding the Utilization of Skilled Cuban Refugees in EducationtextRefugees
Refugees--Employment
Cuban Americans
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