Politics and government.
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Legislative correspondence of U.S. representative from Florida (1937-1949).
Records of the jurisdiction of Jérémie in Saint-Domingue (present-day Haiti) notarized by more than thirty notaries who operated both in Jérémie and in outlying areas. Also includes records of the civil administration, documents registered with the greffier (registrar), and a small number of ecclesiastical records.
Correspondence, writings, teaching materials and other papers of historian and political scientist Manning J. Dauer.
Manuscript edition concerning parliaments, [16??]. This tract has been published as Part 1 of The original institution, power, and jurisdiction of Parliament (1707) and attributed to Sir Matthew Hale, but this is very questionable.
Political and organizational papers of Maxine E. Baker during the years from 1934-1974.
Correspondence relating to the establishment of the Regional Council for Education; gubernatorial campaign material; and speeches delivered by Caldwell.
Interviews, articles, clippings, and other material used by Raymond K. Mason and Virginia Harrison in their book about Florida businessman Ed Ball entitled Confusion to the Enemy: A Biography of Edward Ball.
Legislative files and correspondence of Florida State Senator, N. Curtis Peterson.
Correspondence, speeches, news clippings, campaign material, legislative files, and other papers of former Florida governor, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward.