- Portrait of Florida's first Lieutenant Governor William W.J. Kelly
- Under the Constitutions of 1865 and 1868, Florida had an elected Lieutenant Governor who served as presiding officer of the Senate. This post was abolished with the 1885 constitution. The office was reestablished on January 7, 1969 but not as a Senate presiding officer.
- Escambia Lodge, no.15, Gift.
- 1 photoprint - b&w - 10 x 8 in.
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