Letter to Governor Bob Graham and U.S. Senator Russell Long from Louisiana man E. AL Robinson criticizing the Florida National Guard for not taking forceful enough action during Miami Riots. Robinson digresses into an racist, anti-semitic rant calling the riots part of "Negro Savage War."
Letter to Governor Bob Graham from Ft. Lauderdale resident George Adams expressing intense hostility and disapproval of Graham's display of public sympathy toward Miami's black community in the wake of 1980 Miami Riots. "In all my life I never heard such stupidity and groveling to the Blacks by a co...
Telegram to Governor Bob Graham from white Dade County resident Anne B. Hartzell opposing proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to rebuild the city after the 1980 Miami Riots. "Maybe it's time we whites retalliate."
Letter to Governor Bob Graham from Coral Springs residents Theo R. Baillet and Eleanor Baillet accusing the governor and the media of "excusing" the causes of the 1980 Miami Riots instead of expressing "the vigorous condemnation that is needed."
Letter to Governor Bob Graham from Coral Springs resident and director of Senior Seminar General Management Earl Planty calling for the removal of State Attorney Janet Reno in the wake of the McDuffie verdict in Miami.
Petition to have National States Rights Party candidates John Kasper of Nashville, Tennessee, for president and J.B. Stoner of Mableton, Georgia, for vice president added to the State of Florida ballot for the 1964 presidential election.
An advertisement for the report "Homosexuality and Citizenship in Florida" (The Purple Pamphlet) that was completed by the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee, also know as the Johns Committee.
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