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Florida Governor Bob Graham on his first full day as Florida's Governor walked to work. Graham paused during a brisk walk, with temperatures in the 20's, and talks with a City of Tallahassee garbage collector two blocks from the capitol. Graham worked one of his famous "work days" as a garbage collector, chatted with the collector and sympathized with his job duties on such a cold morning.
Photographed on January 3, 1979.
Image Number: PT00707
Florida Governor Bob Graham continuing his work day practice begun as a candidate. Saturday morning at 7:30 the governor began his day alongside Willie Lee Rasberry, left, and Samuel DeLoach on the right sodding grass for the Hammet Company Incorporated, a contractor that is widening Thomasville road in Tallahassee. The governor and his fellow workers spent the day working in a steady light rain. This is Graham's 105th 'work day', his first since becoming governor. Photographed on January 27, 1979.
Image Number: PT00714
Florida Governor Bob Graham works as a waiter and serves dinner to Howard Friedman and his wife Mary. Graham pressed himself into service prior to the annual Capitol Press Club Skits.
Photographed on March 22, 1979.
Image Number: PT00706
New York Yankee ace pitcher, Ron Guidry, left, and Florida Governor Bob Graham converse about the finer arts of pitching. The Yankees were in town for a baseball game with the Florida State University Seminoles. The game was called because of rain after only one inning with the score 9 to 0 in favor of the Yankees.
Photographed on March 28, 1980.
Image Number: N048745
Photographed on February 12, 1982.
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Governor Graham is shown firing gun during one of his "workdays" as a member of the SWAT team.
Photographed on July 19, 1982.
Image Number: N048744
Photographed on December 4, 1982.
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Governor Graham, left, is shown during one of his "workdays" with Burt Reynolds. "Stick" was directed by and starred FSU-graduate Burt Reynolds, along with Candice Burgen and George Segal and was based upon a novel by sometime resident, Elmore Leonard. Released by Universal Studios, it was partly filmed in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. On a movie set a grip is someone who sets up and adjusts the equipment, such as lighting, cameras, and set structures. Photographed on November 22, 1983.
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Florida Governor Bob Graham, as part of "work day," flew a live fire mission as gunner with crew of a AC-130 gunship from the Grenada invasion.
Photographed on December 10, 1983.
Image Number: PT00709
Florida Governor Bob Graham and Boatswain's Mate Second Class (BM2) James Phillips man the helm of Lexington on August 20, 1984, during governor's "work day."
Photographed on August 20, 1984.
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Photographed on November 24, 1985.
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