Politics and government.
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, speeches and other papers belonging to former Florida Governor and Senator, Park Trammell.
A small collection of campaign materials relating to the 1950 Democratic primary election in Florida for the U.S. Senate between Claude Pepper and George A. Smathers.
Seventeen scrapbooks, composed mainly of clippings and correspondence, and primarily covering Peter O. Knight's political and developmental role in Florida, particularly the Tampa Bay area.
Annual reports, meeting agendas and minutes, announcement and newsletters, newspaper articles and clippings, and other records belonging to the Alachua County Democratic Executive Committee (ACDEC).
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.
Records of four Public Administration Clearing Service directors, Arthur J. Waterman, William F. Larsen, William C. Havard, and Gladys Kammerer.
The Lemarchand Collection includes copies of official reports and other documents assessing political situations and events, newspapers from several countries, and copies of unpublished studies and reports. Countries covered include Rwanda, Burundi, Zaire, Chad, and to a much lesser extent Gabon and Libya. Chad is the most extensively covered; the Zairian and Libyan materials are limited to newspapers.
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.