|n2004-1_b001_f09_01||Articles About Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage, 1931||text||Women legislators--United States|
High school students
Articles About Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage, 1931
- Two articles about Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage. The first article lists the students attending the 1931 trip, and the second article is about the reunion of participants from the first Patriotic Pilgrimage in 1930.
|s1505_b009_f04_x01||Correspondence Between J. L. Sharit and W. T. Cash, 1938||text||Librarians|
Celebrations -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Memorials -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Historic sites -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Monuments -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Correspondence Between J. L. Sharit and W. T. Cash, 1938
- Letter from Joe L. Sharit, general chairman of the Florida Constitution Centennial Commission, to W. T. Cash, state librarian, requesting Cash join the commission. Cash replies and accepts the invitation.
|flc_br0082||Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Wildlife Management Areas||text||Hunting|
Wildlife management areas
|m86-38_b001_f22_01||Fuller Warren Inauguration Program||text||Inauguration|
Governors -- Florida
|flc_br0158||Hunting Dates, Hours, and Bag Limits, 1960-61||text||Fish and game licenses|
Hunting Dates, Hours, and Bag Limits, 1960-61
- Hunting dates, hours, and bag limits, species, open season, day's bag, season's bag, possession limit with special regulations marked in red.
|s1850_b006_f19_x01||Itinerary for Visit of Chinese Delegation to Florida, May-June 1979||text||Trade missions|
Non-state actors (International relations)
Itinerary for Visit of Chinese Delegation to Florida, May-June 1979
- Itinerary for a delegation of Chinese officials who toured Florida at the invitation of Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner from May 31 to June 5, 1979. This was almost immediately relations between the United States and the People's Republic of China were normalized following decades of non-recognition. The document was typed in English, but Chinese translations were handwritten under each item on the schedule.
|n2013-15_b001_f01_01||Letter from Kaye to Louise Webber Regarding the Great Miami Hurricane, 1926||text||Hurricanes|
Letter from Kaye to Louise Webber Regarding the Great Miami Hurricane, 1926
- This letter describes hurricanes that hit southeastern Florida on September 18 and October 21, 1926. Letter written by "Kaye" from the Floridian Hotel in Miami Beach to Louise Webber (d. 1993) of Bangor, Maine, detailing Kaye's activities both during and in the aftermath of the storms. She begins with remarks on the October 21 storm, before plunging into the events of September 18 and the days that followed. It is known from the letter that Kaye was a resident and employee of The Floridian Hotel. However, her exploits detail conditions beyond the Floridian, such as her walk across the causeway and in Hollywood, where she searched for "her folks."
|s303_b010_f17_14||Letter from Okeechobee Business Owner Edward B. Seegers to Floyd Christian Expressing Disdain for Teacher Walkout, 1968||text||Strikes and lockouts--Teachers|
Teachers' unions--Officials and employees
Labor unions--Political activity
Education and state--Public opinion
Teachers--Salaries, pensions, etc.
|sle_transportation_03||Map of the Dixie Highway System, 1919||text||Automobile travel|
United States--Dixie Highway
Map of the Dixie Highway System, 1919
- 1919 (circa)
- Map of the Dixie Highway system, drawn by Rudolph J. Shutting of Chattanooga. The map shows the route traversing the U.S. from Michigan and Chicago south to Miami, including alternate or auxiliary routes along the way. The Dixie Highway was first proposed in 1915 by Carl Graham Fisher.
|flc_917.5939-o41_01||Map of the W.J. Conners Highway and connecting roads, ca. 1924||text||Road maps|
Map of the W.J. Conners Highway and connecting roads, ca. 1924
- 1924 (circa)
- Color map showing the route of the Conners Highway and its connections, making a complete east-west route between Florida's Gulf and Atlantic coasts. The map was included in a pamphlet promoting the area around Okeechobee City as prime agricultural real estate. In addition to the highway, the map also shows the locations of several canals leading away from Okeechobee, as well as railroads, bodies of water, and names of major towns and cities.