Flier promoting a talk by Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Miami on reading and writing books. The event was held at the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch of the Miami Public Library and Surfside Recreation Center, 9301 Collins Avenue. The date of the event was May 21, 1964.
Flier calling on Marion County electors to vote "yes" on a referendum to be held November 5, 1962 asking if the voters desired for the county to expand its public library system. The flier gives background information on why this change was needed.
Flier advertising Library Day in Tallahassee, April 21, 1971. The event would take place in Room 307 of the Capitol Building, with a buffet luncheon for the legislators and a de-briefing with coffee at the State Library.
This volume of the Duval High School newspaper "The Olio" includes local adverstisements; a description of the commencement ceremony held on May 28, 1896; a history of "The Olio"; and other articles written by students.
Cover of the 1968-1969 student handbook for Florida Technological University, which would later become the University of Central Florida. The cover features the school's original mascot, a "citronaut," a combination of an orange and an astronaut.
A flier promoting an "educational conference for state office workers," to be held September 13-14, 1963 in the House Chamber of the State Capitol in Tallahassee. A barbecue was included. Theme: "The Office Worker and Her Education."
Reprint of an act passed by the Florida Legislature declaring communism inimical to the interests of the United States and requiring all Florida high school students to take a course titled 'Americanism versus Communism.'
Mr. Skousen: ''16 years agent with F.B.I., Chief of Police of Salt Lake City, One of America's foremost authorities on the Communist Conspiracy.'' Program to be held at Leon High School Auditorium, Friday, August 4, 8:00 pm sponsored by Operation Information. ''The text being considered for use with...
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