Politics and government.
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Achille Murat and Comte Thibaudeau on various topics, including Murat's life in Florida, his views on American government, and observations of American life.
The collection documents the life of Aureliano Sánchez Arango and his son Alfredo Sánchez Echeverría while they were involved in various counterrevolutionary groups to overthrow the government of Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro. The collection includes: correspondence, personal and professional documents, photographs, newspapers, clippings, magazines, articles, and audiovisual materials. The collection dates from 1789 to 2019, with bulk dates from 1960 to 1976.
Receipts, vouchers, freight lists, and correspondence addressed to Alonzo B. Noyes, a Collector of Customs and a Superintendent of Lights during the American Civil War.
Correspondence, photographs, documents, accounts, engagement books, address books, and newspaper clippings related to Abram Morris and Florence Taylor.
Copies of letters addressed to the Printer, to Lord North, to the King, etc., signed "An Englishman," "A Friend to the Government," "One Million of Loyal Faithful Englishmen," etc., on topics regarding the church, unrest in America, and other affairs of the day.
Correspondence, court opinions, speeches, and other papers of Florida Supreme Court Justice, B. Campbell Thornal.
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.