POL. Politics, Law, Courts
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
The Records of the Florida NOW include officers' and members' correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, reports, budgets, newsletters, and other records which chronicle the development and activities of Florida NOW from its founding in 1973 until 2003.
The Records of the League of Women Voters of Florida document the League's activities related to increasing women's involvement in politics and improving Florida's legislation.
Reproductions of briefs, exhibits, and testimonies in the case, United States vs. State of Florida, concerning the state's boundaries and submerged lands.
Speeches from Reubin Askew's term as governor of Florida, 1971-1979.
Political and legislative papers of Richard Allen Pettigrew, as well as campaign materials for his unsuccessful bids to the U.S. Senate in 1974 and 1980.
Congressman Lex Green's papers concerning campaigns, legislation, and committee service. Also, an extensive amount of miscellaneous correspondence.
Personal, political, and legislative papers of Black, who served in the Florida House and Senate.
Samuel Ashe Swann's ledgers, letter books, tax certificates, deeds, and account books document Florida's growth in the 19th century. Swann was a real estate speculator, developer, and railroad business man.
Speeches and clippings that document Scott M. Loftin's tenure as President of the American Bar Association and U.S. Senator; also includes biographical and other materials.