- State Board of Conservation director discussing conservation bill that seeks compliance of counties with state-wide laws
- Photographed on May 16, 1963.
- Accompanying note: "Director of State Conservation Department Randolph Hodges, of Quincy, seated and gesturing at lower left, discusses a bill introduced in the House and ready for expected controversial debate a law which would prohibit any county from removing itself by local law from the provisions of a state-wide conservation law. Left from Johnson [? - Should be Right from Hodges] are Reps. Oliver Nash, Franklin; Jerry Thomas, Palmbeach who is sponsoring the constitutional amendment; James L. Walker, Collier; James H. Wise, Okaloosa; James H. Prescott, Walton; and Allison R. Strickland, Citrus County, seated far lower right."
- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
- Thomas, Jerry, 1929-
- Wise, Jimmy, 1912.
- Prescott, Jimmy, 1934-
- Strickland, Baldy, 1926-
- Nash, Oliver, 1918-
- Hodges, Randolph, 1914-2005.
- Walker, James Lorenzo, 1920-2003.
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