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Governor Collins and cabinet being escorted to the inaugural swearing-in ceremony - Tallahassee, Florida.
Collins, LeRoy (Thomas LeRoy), 1909-1991--Inauguration, 1957.
Ervin, Richard William, 1905-2004
Gray, R. A. (Robert Andrew), 1882-1975.
Green, Ray E., 1899-1982.
Knott, William Valentine, 1863-1965.
Lance, Mark W., 1898-1966.
Larson, J. Edwin (John Edwin), 1900-1965.
Mayo, Nathan, 1876-1960.
White, Gentry (Robert Gentry)
Florida. Governor (1955-1961 : Collins)
Florida. Office of Secretary of State (1930-1961 : Gray)
Florida. Attorney General (1949-1964 : Ervin)
Florida. Comptroller's Office (1955-1965 : Green)
Florida. Treasurer's Office (1941-1965 : Larson)
Florida. State Department of Education (1949-1965 : Bailey)
Florida. Department of Agriculture (1923-1960 : Mayo)
Accompanying note: "[Major General] Mark W. Lance [left] and [Brigadier General Gentry White (right)] accompanying the Governor and cabinet to the swearing in ceremony on west side of Capitol. Going up the stairs: Governor Collins and Secretary of State R.A. Gray, Richard Ervin and Ray Green, J. Edwin Larson and Thomas Bailey, probably Nathan Mayo and ?, W.V. Knott. This was the first time the cabinet was sworn in at the same time as the Governor."
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Governor Collins and cabinet being escorted to the inaugural swearing-in ceremony - Tallahassee, Florida. 1957-01-08. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/75898>, accessed 11 December 2023.
Governor Collins and cabinet being escorted to the inaugural swearing-in ceremony - Tallahassee, Florida. 1957-01-08. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 11 Dec. 2023.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/75898>