POL. Politics, Law, Courts
Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, photographs, documents, accounts, engagement books, address books, and newspaper clippings related to Abram Morris and Florence Taylor.
Notes created by historian Arthur W. Thompson in researching U.S. Senator David Yulee and Jacksonian Democracy in Florida.
Papers and photographs related to the career of Atkins Warren, the first African American chief of police for Gainesville, Florida. Aspects of his career covered include his time with the St. Louis Police Department, with the Gainesville Police Department, and with the U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service, as well as his presidency and service with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE).
Correspondence, court opinions, speeches, and other papers of Florida Supreme Court Justice, B. Campbell Thornal.
Accounts and correspondence relating to Chandler Cox Yonge between 1827 and 1886. Yonge was an attorney in Florida.
Congressional papers of U.S. Representative Charles E. Bennett from Florida.
Papers relating to Charles H. Jones's role in drafting the 1892 and 1896 Democratic Party platforms, his career in journalism, as well as his correspondence to family and friends.
Senatorial Papers from his terms as a member of the Florida Congressional Delegation, 1936-1946.
Papers relating to Chesterfield Smith's career as executive partner and principal architect of the law firm Holland & Knight, his tenure as President of the American Bar Association, and his involvement and influence in local, state, and national politics and law.