Politics and government.
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and other records documenting politics in Haiti in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, political, professional, and personal papers documenting Hurst's education, personal life, and work with the Florida Republican Party and as Postmaster of Jacksonville.
Scrapbook of clippings about the 1916 gubernatorial campaign of Ion L. Farris.
Letters from J. J. Finley to family members.
Papers documenting Florida political history, particularly 1916-1938, and relating to James B. Hodges' career as a member of the Florida House of Representatives (1909); mayor (1909-1910) and city council member (1913-1920) of Lake City; and member of Florida State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party and of the Board of Control and State Plant Board. Also includes a large concentration of Governor Sidney Catts correspondence.
Legal and political correspondence of attorney, state legislator, and member of the state Democratic Party executive committee.
Papers of James Hardin Peterson, a lawyer and congressman representing Florida's 1st district for 18 years in the House of Representatives.
Collection of "Baby Boom" pop culture history that includes highlights from politics, television, cinema, theatre, music, sports and day-to-day current events.
Correspondence, dated 1808-1888, by British statesman, author, and critic, John Wilson Croker. The letters pertain to government and political affairs and to Croker's editing of the works of Alexander Pope.
Letters and documents of lawyer who represented clients whose property was seized by the Spanish government as retribution for their support of Cuban independence.