Governor Claude Kirk's Anti-Busing Commercial

253204
Date
1970
Collection
Video
Description
This is a campaign commercial opposing busing that was used in Governor Kirk's unsuccessful bid for a second term.
Video Details
0:30; color; sound; V-172 S. 828

RAY OSBORNE'S APPOINTMENT AS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

253368
Date
1967
Collection
Video
Video Details
color; sound; V-172 S. 1239
Description
This short clip is of a news conference during which Ray Osborne accepts Gov. Claude Kirk's appointment as lieutenant governor. Reporters ask questions regarding the significance of this appointment.

GOVERNOR CLAUDE KIRK'S "NO NEW TAXES" ADVERTISEMENT

253208
Date
1970
Collection
Video
Video Details
1:15; color; sound; V-172 S. 828
Description
These are two short commercials put together during Claude Kirk's unsuccessful run for a second term as governor. The commercials depict Reubin Askew as a rattlesnake who will raise taxes and destroy small business.

GOV. CLAUDE KIRK SCENES

253209
Date
n.d.
Collection
Video
Video Details
6:00; color; silent; V-104 AA172; S. 1239
Description
This is behind-the-scenes footage of Gov. Kirk preparing to film a statement. It shows a 35mm movie camera on a dolly, lighting, makeup and the sound boom. There are scenes from what appears to be a Cabinet meeting. The final third of the roll is footage of the Legislature in session.

GOV. CLAUDE KIRK INAUGURATION, KINESCOPE

253206
Date
1967
Collection
Video
Video Details
29:00; b&w; sound; V-112 DA047; S. 828
Description
This film starts with Perry Como singing "If I Had a Hammer" at Gov. Kirk's inauguration. This is a kinescope of a TV program produced by Station WDBO (became WCPX). This film includes the commercials that appeared when it was broadcast. It provides an interesting look at how such an event was "pack...

LT. GOV. RAY OSBORNE OATH OF OFFICE

253369
Date
7-Jan-69
Collection
Video
Video Details
10:14; b&w; sound; V-221 BA382; S.1239
Description
This film shows the oath of office ceremony for Lt. Gov. Ray C. Osborne in the Florida Senate. Lt. Gov. Osborne was the first official appointed to the position of lieutenant governor following the restoration of the office in the revision of the state constitution in 1968. Lt. Gov. Osborne makes a ...

TOMORROW'S TREASURES

253575
Date
1970s
Collection
Video
Video Details
13:30; color; sound, V-242 S. 1825 Box 2, #4
Description
This film presents the story of oceanographic research in the state of Florida , "the oceanographic center of the universe." It starts with a message from Gov. Claude Kirk and features commentary from John H. Perry Jr. of President Johnson's Advisory Council of Oceanography. There are shots of Perry...

GOV. CLAUDE KIRK ASSORTED SCENES

253205
Date
6-Mar-68
Collection
Video
Video Details
23:35; color & b&w; silent; V-221 DA128; S.1239
Description
This film has scenes of Gov. Kirk holding five-minute interviews with Florida citizens in a small trailer at several different locations throughout the state. Gov. Kirk is shown speaking at a small reception in Chicago. There are shots of an "anti-Kirk/pro education" rally at the Capitol. There is b...

GOV. CLAUDE KIRK INTERVIEW

253207
Date
Late 1960s
Collection
Video
Video Details
4:50; b&w; sound; V-46 AA101; S. 1239
Description
This is an interview with Gov. Kirk concerning his status as a Republican governor in a predominantly Democratic state. He mentions that he has started a war on crime and that President Johnson wants to study it. Kirk also tells why he vetoed a Head Start Program, saying that this move resulted in a...

FLORIDA GOVERNORS WITH PROMINENT POLITICAL FIGURES

253061
Date
1960s and 1970s
Collection
Video
Video Details
13:00; color; silent and sound; V-208 BA318; S.1239
Description
This film includes still shots of Gov. Claude Kirk with his wife Erika giving speeches and talking with Gov. LeRoy Collins (silent). Gov. Reubin Askew introduces US Sen. Edmund Muskie, who has been invited to attend a Florida Cabinet session. He compares Florida's unique Cabinet system to the execut...

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