- Florida Dept. of Natural Resources director Harmon Shields with asst. director Don Duden in front of DNR's new headquarters, the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas building - Tallahassee, Florida
- Shields is on the right and Duden on the left. They are looking at the architectural plans for the building.
- Duden, son-in-law of DNR director Harmon Shields, was from Cedar Key.
- The Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) was created in 1969 (Ch. 69-106, Laws) by combining the functions of the State Board of Conservation; the Canal Authority; the Commission on Marine Sciences and Technology; the Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission; the Board of Parks and Historic Memorials; the Outdoor Recreational Development Council; the Board of Drainage Commissioners; and the Suwannee River Development Authority. DNR was abolished in 1993 when its duties were merged with the Department of Environmental Regulation (DER) to form the Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP).
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- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
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