Manuel Garcia papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of correspondence, invitations, speeches, photos, pamphlets, and other ephemera related to Manuel Garcia, a lawyer in Tampa, Florida, during the 60s and 70s.
- Created: 1960-1975
- Garcia, Manuel (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Manuel Garcia was a local defense attorney with both statewide and national political afficliations. He was staunchly involved with politics, having served as the 1936 President of the Young Democrats and as a national coordinator for Spanish-speaking voters during Richard Nixon's Presidential campaign. This collection consists of items related to Garcia's political interests and includes invitatiosn to varius Presidential inaugurations as well as promotional items for political campaigns. Garcia, Manuel M. Manuel Garcia Oral History Interview interviewed by Gary Mormino and Leland Hawes.Tampa, Fla.: University of South Florida Tampa Library, 1982.
0.83 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
Professional and personal papers of Manuel Garcia, a Tampa defense attorney.
Source of Acquisition
- Manuel Garcia papers
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