License plate contest entry submitted by Pat Bridges of Pensacola. Features smiling sun with slogan "The Happy Place." Accompanying note included, "my family and I have lived in many different places...and Florida is my favorite of all."
License plate contest entry submitted by Connie C. Whitehead of Ormond Beach, "a fairly new resident of Florida having moved from Reston, Va." Proposes "a black background with bright yellow or fold sun and palm tree."
License plate contest entry submitted by Barbara Montague of Palatka, Fl, "hope you are considering a full size handicapped tag. I feel this would not only add in enforcement of law regarding use of this space but would deter drivers from unauthorized use of this space."
Letter from Anne Marie Farence to Leonard Mellon requesting that "you continue to use the name of the COUNTY on the new Florida automobile license plates." Also includes cutout of Farence's preferred new tag.
License plate contest entry submitted by the Florida Audubon Society and designed bty Murry Gaby with the slogan "Save the Everglades." This was a refined submission, incorporating changes suggested by the governor.
License plate contest entry submitted by R. Thomas Wimberly of St. Augustine Beach. Design features drawing of Spanish Galleon in commemoration of the "450th anniversary of the arrival of Hernando DeSoto at Tampa Bay, 1539/1989."
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