C-09. Political Papers
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The C.W. "Bill" Young Papers consist of government reports, files, legislation, news articles, photographs, and audio visual clips of Congressman Bill Young's time in office 1960- 2013.
A politician, Helen Gordon Davis served in the Florida Legislature from 1974-1992. Long active in civic affairs, she was a charter member of the Hillsborough League of Women Voters and the first woman from Hillsborough County elected to the Florida Legislature.
The collection covers materials used during the 1964 Hillsborough County Local Government Study Commission.
The collection documents the professional and political career of J. Allison DeFoor II. Also in the collection are DeFoor's extensive research files relating to his ancestor, Florida pioneer Odet Philippe [1775 - 1869].
Printed materials related to Kynes’ political campaign for Florida’s State Attorney General in 1964; items primarily include newspaper clippings, press releases and political correspondence.
The Jan K. Platt Papers focus on environmental concerns, regional development, operating budgets, and public services, such as libraries and welfare, within Hillsborough County. This collection also includes correspondence, memorandum, and reports from the numerous boards, authorities, and commissions that Platt chaired and served on, in addition to miscellaneous campaign ephemera.
John Donaldson (1902-1955) was a political economist. He held a number of academic teaching positions and prestigious government committee appointments during his career.
Former Tampa Mayor, collection consisting of speeches, photographs, newspaper clippings and ephemera. Lane served as mayor begining in 1959 until 1963.
The Pam Iorio collection is made up of memorandums, correspondence, and Hillsborough County development plans and procedures during Iorio's time as the Supervisor of Elections, stretching from the late-1980s to the mid-1990s.
This collection is comprised of the professional papers and lectures of Dr. Susan MacManus, Distinguished Professor, Department of Government and International Affairs at the University of South Florida (1897-2018). Materials in the collection relate to topics of political science local to Florida and the Tampa Bay region, including voter demographics, senior voters, political and economic trends, and Florida’s place in the national political arena.
Materials include correspondence, publications, reports, legislative proposals, campaign materials, maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, bills, and charters. The range of subjects covered includes busing, education, transportation, state universities, the Hillsborough County Charter, housing, taxes, reapportionment, the revision of the State Constitution, school desegregation in Hillsborough County, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the Johns Committee.
This collection contains correspondence and other political papers of the Throw the Hypocritical Rascals Out (T.H.R.O.), which was started by Jack Gargan in 1991 and organized reform-minded Americans together. Contents of this collection include the national Reform Party's tumultuous transition into the 21st Century, as infighting between Jesse Ventura, Ross Perot, and Patrick Buchanan resulted in the implosion of the party.
The collection contains speeches by Adams, newspaper clippings, film and audio recordings, correspondence, photographs, newsletters, awards and plaques, as well as campaign signs and other items mostly focused on the period of Adams’s political life when he was most active, the bulk of the materials ending with his lieutenant governorship in 1975.