- Scene during the Reubin Askew political campaign rally for governor held at Centennial Field in Tallahassee, Florida.
- Photographed on September 26, 1970.
- The Cascades was where the two Florida delegates, one traveling from St. Augustine and the other from Pensacola, met and camped. Thereafter, this site was determined to be the mid-point between Florida's first two cities, and was designated the state capital. Cascades Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
- Accompanying note: "A Sept. 26, 1970 rally for the Reubin Askew campaign for governor held at Centennial Field in Tallahassee. Askew is in a blue shirt on the dais leaning over to touch the shoulder of his running mate for Lt. Governor, [1961-1971 Secretary of State] Tom Adams. Centennial Field, built in 1924 for Tallahassee's 100th anniversary and demolished in 1975, served as the capital city's chief sports and civic arena for decades. The site, off South Monroe Street, is now Cascade Park."
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