POL. Politics, Law, Courts
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Two scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings relating to Claude Pepper, U.S. Senator from Florida (1936-1951), covering the period 1948-1952 and his unsuccessful 1958 senatorial primary campaign against Spessard L. Holland.
Personal and official political papers, dated 1913-1972, of former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor, Spessard Lindsey Holland.
Papers pertaining to the work of Stephen O'Connell during his service as a Florida Supreme Court Justice.
U.S. Representative Syd Herlong's legislation and correspondence files from the 85th Congress (1957) to the 90th Congress (1968). Also include a small number of committee, voting record, campaign and speech files.
Thomas Alva Yon was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida (1927-1933) and a member of the U.S. Bureau of Commerce from 1933-1940. This collection mainly deals with his involvement with public work projects for the Florida Panhandle.
Meeting minutes, newsletters, treasurer reports, photographs, awards, and other records produced by the Gainesville, Florida Chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States of America.
Subject files and correspondence pertaining to Verle A. Pope's career in the Florida State Senate.
Kate L. Walton (1917-1985) was an attorney from Palatka, Florida who served as legal counsel in the Cason versus Baskin case, known as the Cross Creek Trial. The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence of the law firm relating to the trial and its proceedings, but also includes personal papers of Walton and various family members.
Correspondence of military officers regarding the United Nations Security Council.
Papers of historian, political scientist, and University of Florida professor, William G. Carleton.