Campaign literature for the election of LeRoy Collins as governor of Florida. This booklet contains a foreward by Florida Senator Collins; his biography; comments made by newspapermen about Collins; a description of Collins as "a successful citizen;" major legislation sponsored by Collins; how Colli...
In the last issue of the Banner of Liberty some letters were published ... This letter is written solely for the purpose of answering the false charges in the last issue of the Banner of Liberty. Frank Adams.
Anonymously published letter to Lackland M. Stone when he was Jackson County's representative in the Legislative Council. The writer was against moving the Seat of Justice from Webbville to Marianna claiming it would cause the downfall of Webbville and the prosperity of Marianna.
Press release from CORE noting the five recipients of the Gandhi Award: Barbara and John Broxton, William Larkins and Patricia and Priscilla Stephens. These five students served a 49-day jail sentence after being arrested during a sit-in demonstration at Woolworth's lunch counter in Tallahassee.
This press release discusses the first day of the 35,000-teacher walkout in Florida on February 19, 1968, and provides information about conditions in Escambia, Palm Beach and Orange counties on first day of the strike.
Series of newsletters published by Lawton Chiles' 1970 campaign for U.S. Senate during Chiles' walk across Florida. The reports describe the route Chiles took, as well as the people he met and the topics they discussed. Other politicians, representing local and state governments, joined Chiles at va...
Side one: To the Democratic Voters of Florida. A letter defending Catts against the negative publicity he received in newspapers from around the State of Florida -- Speaking announcement to be completed (place, date, and time).
Letter from Henry Lee IV to Judge Augustus Brevoort Woodward Woodward, judge of Florida’s Middle District superior court, asking Woodward to support and file a claim on Lee’s behalf for land in East Florida.
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