Florida -- Politics and government -- 20th Century.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Frederick B. Karl papers
This collection consists of the professional papers of Frederick B. Karl, a Florida Supreme Court Justice and State Senator.
Helen Gordon Davis collection
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.
Hillsborough County League of Women Voters collection
Documents generated and collected by the Hillsborough County League of Women Voters between 1921 and 1980.
Hillsborough County Local Government Study Commission collection
The collection covers materials used during the 1964 Hillsborough County Local Government Study Commission.
LeRoy Collins papers
Mary Jane Martinez papers
Materials documenting Mary Jane Martinez's tenure as First Lady of Florida during Robert "Bob" Martinez's term in office.
Pam Iorio collection
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.
Sam Gibbons collection
Primarily covers his years in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1962-1996.
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.
Tom Adams collection
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.