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A Guide to the James B. Hodges Collection

Finding aid created by Carl Van Ness

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
October 2009


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hodges, James B., 1877-1939
Title: James B. Hodges Collection
Dates: 1902-1938
Abstract: Papers documenting Florida political history, particularly 1916-1938, and relating to James B. Hodges' career as a member of the Florida House of Representatives (1909); mayor (1909-1910) and city council member (1913-1920) of Lake City; and member of Florida State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party and of the Board of Control and State Plant Board. Also includes a large concentration of Governor Sidney Catts correspondence.
Extent: 33 Linear feet. 57 boxes.
Identification: MS 53
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

James Branch Hodges (1877-1938) was a lawyer in Lake City, Florida, who rose to prominence in the state Democratic Party. Hodges was born in Dooly County, Georgia, and moved to Lake City in 1892. He began his law practice in 1904. Hodges' legal practice centered on civil law and he was employed as local counsel for several railroad and timber companies. He had a brief political career serving one session in the Florida House (1909), one term as mayor of Lake City (1909-1910), and several terms as a city council member. His career took a turn when he switched his allegiances from William V. Knott to Sidney J. Catts in the 1916 gubernatorial election. After Catts' election, Hodges became an influential member of the governor's inner circle. He was appointed to the Florida Board of Control and State Plant Board by Catts in 1917 and served until 1921. Hodges was a member of the State Democratic Executive Committee from 1910-1912 and from 1918 until his death in 1938. He chaired the committee from 1932 to 1938.


Scope and Content

The James B. Hodges Collection consists primarily of correspondence and includes attachments such as newspaper clippings, posters and leaflets. It includes Hodges' personal and professional correspondence as well as official records of the State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party. The collection documents both Hodges' legal and political careers, but it is his files on the Democratic Party and his involvement with Governor Catts that stand out. The collection contains what is probably the largest concentration of Sidney Catts correspondence in existence and is arguably the only large source of documents on Catts. The collection also documents most of the major state political campaigns in the period of 1930-1938 as well as a few earlier campaigns. Hodges' records related to the State Executive Committee document the party's activities at the national, state and local levels. The collection is also a source for the history of Lake City as well as Florida railroads in the early 20th century. Lastly, the collection documents higher education and agriculture during Hodges' tenure on the Board of Control and State Plant Board.

Large gaps appear in the records, particularly for the series related to railroads and the Florida Board of Control.


Arrangement

The collection is divided into the following series: Correspondence Files, 1902-1938, Florida Board of Control and State Plant Board records, 1917-1924, Railroad Files, 1907-1938, Subject Files, 1911-1938, and Democratic Party, State Executive Committee Records, 1931-1938.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.


Related or Separated Material

There is a small Joe Earman Collection in the Florida Miscellaneous Manuscript Collections (00,429). The University of Florida also holds the papers of his son, James B. Hodges, Jr., and Philip Keyes Yonge, who also served on the Board of Control and State Plant Board.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], James B. Hodges Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The collection was the gift of Hodges' sons, James B. Hodges, Jr. and Joseph Earman Hodges. A photograph taken at the time of the donation would indicate that the collection came to the University of Florida sometime in the late 1950s or early 1960s.

Processing Notes

The collection was used extensively in Wayne Flynt's biography of Sidney Catts, Cracker Messiah, published in 1977. The citations in that work refer to an earlier box list which was not available when the collection was reprocessed in 2009. A second box list was created after 1977 and 50 manuscripts boxes were discarded at that time. The collection was reprocessed and fully described in 2009 and another 30 Linear feet. were removed.


Contents List

Series 1. Correspondence Files, 1902-1938

The Correspondence Files document all facets of Hodges' life including his legal career as well as his political activity. The series is arranged chronologically, but a lengthy correspondence with Joe L. Earman, Editor of the Palm Beach Post and a member of Catts' inner circle, is filed separately for the years 1918-1926. Earlier Earman letters are found in the chronological files. The correspondence between Earman and Hodges reflects on the significant political and social topics of their day. Earman was a protégé and early supporter of Sidney Catts. Hodges and Earman broke with Catts soon after Catts' unsuccessful 1920 run for the US Senate. This series contains most of the correspondence with Governor Sidney Catts and other members of the Catts administration.


Box
1 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1902 - August 1908
2 Miscellaneous correspondence. Sept. 1908 - June 1909
3 Miscellaneous correspondence. July 1909 - 1910
4 Carbons (outgoing only). 1911-1912
4 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1911 - June 1912
5 Miscellaneous correspondence. July 1912 - June 1913
5 Carbons (outgoing only). 1912-1913
6 Miscellaneous correspondence. July 1913 - 1916
7 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1917-1918
8 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1919 - April 1920
9 Miscellaneous correspondence. May 1920 - 1921
10 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1922 - June 1923
11 Miscellaneous correspondence. July 1923 -1924
12 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1925 - 1928
13 Miscellaneous correspondence. 1929 - Sept. 1935
14 Miscellaneous correspondence. Oct. 1935 - 1938
14 Joe Earman. 1918-1919; 1921
15 Joe Earman. 1922-1924
16 Joe Earman. 1925-1926


Series 2. Florida Board of Control and State Plant Board Records, 1917-1924

Members of the Florida Board of Control, governing body of the state's public colleges and universities, also served as members of the State Plant Board. This series documents Hodges' tenure on both boards which Hodges chaired from 1919 to 1921. Although Hodges' term ended in 1921, records for the two boards continue until 1924. The State Plant Board materials contain information on the citrus canker eradication program in the late 1910s. The series appears to be very incomplete.


Box
16 Board of Control. 1918
17 Florida State Museum. 1919
17 Florida State College for Women. 1919
17 State Plant Board. 1917-1919
18 Joe Earman (State Plant Board).
18 Report on Citrus Canker for 1915-1919.
18 A. A. Murphree. 1924
18 BOC/SPB. 1922-1924


Series 3. Railroad Files, 1907-1938

This series documents Hodges' legal work with several railroads beginning with the Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad Company in 1907. As a local counsel for the major railroad companies in the north Florida area, Hodges had a particular interest in federal and state railroad laws. In addition to reference files on railroad legislation, there is also information on taxes paid by the railroads.


Box
18 Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad. 1907-1912
19 Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad. 1928-1938
19 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 1908-1912
19 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 1928-1938
19 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Conference. 1927
19 Seaboard Air Line, Part I. 1928-1938
20 Seaboard Air Line, Part II. 1928-1938
20 Railroad bills. 1913-1914
20 Railroad Senate bill. 1915
20 Railroad legislation. 1934-1937
20 Railroad taxes. 1916-1917
20 Railroad taxes. 1929-1933
20 Railroad taxes. 1935-1938


Series 4. Subject Files, 1911-1938

This series primarily documents Hodges' political activities and centers around his role on the State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party. There are a few files related to Hodges' early forays into state politics, but most of the files were generated in the late 1920s and 1930s. There are extensive files related to New Deal programs as well as files on presidential campaigns and gubernatorial and Senate races. There are also topical files on a number of matters including the registration of black voters, Everglades drainage and water conservancy, and issues brought before the Florida legislature. Of particular note are the files on Roosevelt's plans to run for an unprecedented third term in 1940, additional files related to Sidney Catts, files related to the 1932 Democratic Primary gubernatorial race between David Sholtz and Stafford Caldwell, and files on the 1936 election of Claude Pepper to the US Senate. In addition to political matters, there are files on requests for pardons handled by Hodges and several files related to African-American fraternal benefit societies for which Hodges served as legal counsel. The series also contains information on local politics and economic development in Lake City and Columbia County. Included in the Lake City materials is a volume with the minutes of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce. The volume was later used as a scrapbook by his son, James B. Hodges, Jr.


Box
21 Adams, Judge Hal W. 1924-1925
21 Alterman, Judge Alexander. 1934-1935
21 American Arbitration Association. 1927, 1933
21 American Foundation. 1927-1937
21 Andrews, Senator C.O. 1936-1938
21 Army Commission. 1918
21 Arcadia Flying Field. 1934-1935
21 Assistant State Attorneys. 1935-1936
21 Attorney General Candidates. 1936-1937
21 Board of Health. 1918-1921
21 Bond Issues (part I). 1924-1925
21 Bond Issues (part II). 1924-1925
21 Book Bill. 1916-1918
21 Budget Commission. 1932-1933
21 Budget Commission. 1934-1935
21 Burton, Grady. 1935-1936
21 Cabinet Positions. 1932-1933
22 Caldwell, Stafford (Correspondence - part I). 1930-1936
22 Caldwell, Stafford (Correspondence - part II). 1930-1936
22 Campaign Literature. 1932
22 Candidates for Comptroller. 1936
22 Candidates for State Attorney. 1911-1912
22 Carlton, Gov. Doyle - libel case- State of Florida vs. Hollingsworth. 1928-1933
22 Carter, Jerry W. 1935-1938
22 Cash, W.T. - History of the Democratic Party. 1934-1936
22 Catts, Sidney - Correspondence. 1916
22 Catts, Sidney - State vs. Catts. 1919-1922
22 Catts, Sidney- Bankruptcy. 1922
22 Catts, Sidney-clippings from gubernatorial election. 1916
22 Catts, Sidney-Miscellaneous. 1916
22 Catts, Sidney-Tenbrook vs. Catts. 1917
22 CESPA (Negro Vote). 1936
22 Cherry Lakes Farm Project. 1936
22 Circuit Court Appeals. 1935-1936
22 Collins, Linton M. 1932-1938
23 Columbia County - Commissioners. 1928
23 Columbia County - FERA Project. 1935-1936
23 Columbia County -Taxes. 1933
23 Commissioner of Agriculture Campaign. 1936
23 Cone, Fred P. 1936-1937
23 Cone, Fred P. - Gubernatorial Inauguration. 1937
23 Congressional Committee (2nd District). 1916-1918
23 Cost of Government (part I). 1931-1932
23 Cost of Government (part II). 1931-1932
23 Democratic Party - Miscellaneous. 1936-1938
23 Department of Agriculture. 1933-1936
23 Dewson, Mary W. - Democratic National Committee, Women's Division. 1934-1937
23 Dopson, Walter. 1924-1926
23 Drainage Districts - Broward, Fl. 1927
24 Drainage Districts - Dade District, General Report and Correspondence. 1927
24 Drainage Districts - Everglades. 1934-1937
24 Drainage Districts - Everglades, Governor Martin. 1927
24 Drainage Districts - Everglades, Miscellaneous Data. 1927-1929
24 Drainage Districts - Hollywood Reclamation District, Attorneys Evans and Mershon. 1928
24 Drainage Districts - Individual Reports. 1926-1931
24 Emergency Relief Administration. 1933-1934
24 Everglades National Park. 1931
24 Farely Speeches - Campaign. 1936
24 Farley Dinner - Miami. 1936
24 Farley Testimonial Dinner. 1937
24 Farnell, R.W. - U.S. Congress. 1938
24 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations. 1933-1934
24 Federal Game Commission. 1934-1935
24 Federal Trade Commission. 1933-1934
24 Federation of American Businesses. 1932-1933
24 Felkel, Herbert. 1933-1934
24 5th Congressional District. 1935-1936
24 Florida Citizens - Finance and Taxation Committee. 1931-1933
24 Florida Cross - State Canal. 1935-1936
24 Florida Land Owners Association. 1930
24 Florida League of Young Democrats. 1932-1934
24 Florida League of Young Democrats. 1935-1938
24 Florida Legislature. 1937
25 Florida New Deal Statue Association. 1937
25 Florida Press Service. 1938
25 Florida State Society - Washington, D.C. 1934-1938
25 Florida Tax Revision League. 1935-1936
25 Florida Taxpayers Association. 1937
25 Forestry Department. 1933-1937
25 Fraternal Benefit Societies - Seven Stars. 1918
25 Fraternal Benefit Societies - Sons and Daughters of the Cross. 1918-1923
25 Fraternal Benefit Societies - Sunday Morning Band. 1923
25 Fraternal Benefit Societies - United Band. 1918
25 Fraternal Benefit Societies - United Band of America. 1919-1924
25 Getzen, Samuel W. 1935-1936
25 Governor's Appointments. 1916
25 Green, R.A. - "Lex". 1934
25 Hardee, Cary A. 1931-1934
25 Hathaway, Fons. 1928
25 Hawkins, Walter. 1937-1938
26 Hendricks, Joe. 1936
26 Hill, W.L. - U.S. Senator. 1936-1938
26 Hills, George B. 1934-1937
26 Hodges, William C. 1934-1936
26 Home Loan Bank. 1934
26 Homestead Amendment (part I). 1933-1935
26 Homestead Amendment (part II). 1933-1935
26 Horne, Judge Mallory F. 1924-1925
26 Hour and Wage Bill - Senate. 1937
26 Inheritance Tax. 1933-1935
26 Irish Free State. 1934
26 Jackson Day Dinner. 1935, 1936
26 Jackson Day Dinner. 1938
26 Jacksonville Maritime Association. 1936
26 Jefferson Birthday Dances. 1936
27 Jennings, Frank - Campaign for Governor. 1933-1934
27 Knight, Peter O. 1934-1937
27 Knowles, Effie. 1933-1938
27 Labor Department of the United States. 1933
27 Lake City, Florida - Audit. 1924
27 Lake City, Florida - Canning Factory (FERA). 1934-1935
27 Lake City, Florida - Chamber of Commerce Record (Book). 1911-1942
27 Lake City, Florida - City Matters. 1916-1926
27 Lake City, Florida - Federal Prison. 1935-1936
27 Lake City, Florida - Index. 1920-1921
27 Lake City, Florida - J.B. Hodges (by-laws, correspondence, miscellaneous). 1915
28 Lake City, Florida - Movie Theaters. 1930-1937
28 Lake City, Florida - Paper mill proposition. 1936-1937
28 Lake City, Florida - Site Proposal for Federal Building. 1913-1914
28 Lake City, Florida - Veterans Hospital. 1933-1938
28 League of Municipalities. 1925
28 Lee, J.M. - Candidate for Comptroller. 1932-1933
28 Legislature. 1916-1917
28 Legislature. 1931-1933
28 Legislature. 1935
28 Liberty League. 1935-1936
28 Long, Huey P. 1935
28 Long, Judge A.V. 1927-1934
28 Miracle Quilt - Democracy. 1935-1936
28 National Committeemen and women. 1936
28 National Emergency Council. 1936
28 National Emergency Council. 1935-1936
28 National Federation of Middle Classes. 1938
28 Navigation. 1930-1936
28 Negros - Registration (State Democratic Executive Committee). 1932-1938
28 New Deal. 1933-1936
28 Newell, Dr. Wilmon. 1923
28 North Florida Road Association. 1935
28 Ocean Highway Project. 1934
29 Pardon - Douglas, C.S. (State Pardon). 1919-1922
29 Pardon - Douglas, C.S. (State vs. Douglas). 1918-1935
29 Pardon - Gilyard, Joe. 1921-1923
29 Pardon - Herndon, Frank F. 1934
29 Pardon - Herndon, Frank F. 1917-1918
29 Pardon - House, Ray. 1917
29 Pardon - Johnson, Johnny. 1920-1921
29 Pardon - Jones, Johnny. 1920
29 Pardon - Landrum, Joe. 1920-1923
29 Pardon - Landrum, Joe. 1923-1927
29 Pardon - Litchenstein, Joe (part I). 1920-1921
29 Pardon - Litchenstein, Joe (part II). 1920-1921
29 Pardon - Lowe, Lawrence. 1921
29 Pardon - McCoy, Tom. 1922-1924
29 Pardon - Milligan, S.S. 1918-1919
29 Pardon - Revels, Gus. 1912-1919
30 Pardon - Robinson, Carrie. 1918-1919
30 Pardon - Stinson, R.L. 1918-1919
30 Parkhill, C.B. - Judge. 1922
30 Pension Plan. 1936-1937
30 Pepper, Claude - Senator. 1934-1938
30 Phillips, Hal E. 1928-1936
30 Phillips, W.W. 1924-1925
30 Post Office - Reddick, Orange Park, Alachua. 1933
30 Prohibition - Alcohol Tax Unit. 1934-1936
30 Public Works Administration. 1933
30 Puerto Rico - Gore, Bob. 1933-1934
30 Railroad Coordination. 1933-1936
30 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1932
30 Registration of Voters. 1936
30 Republican Party. 1932-1938
30 Republican Party. 1935-1938
30 Resettlement Administration. 1935-1937
30 Roosevelt - Third Term (Part I). 1937-1938
30 Roosevelt - Third Term (Part II). 1937-1938
30 Roosevelt - Homecoming Celebration. 1936
30 Roosevelt - Primary Campaign. 1932-1936
31 Rural Electrification. 1935-1937
31 Sales Taxes - Legislature. 1931
31 Senatorial Election. 1936
31 Sholtz, David - Governor. 1932-1938
31 Sholtz, David - Governor (newspaper clippings).
31 Sholtz, David - Governor (speaking tour of Florida). 1934
31 Sikes, James F. 1934
31 Smith, Dr. S. C. - Hog cholera serum factory at Raiford. 1929
31 Southern Committee to Uphold the Constitution. 1935
32 Southern Florida Conservancy District (part I). 1933-1935
32 Southern Florida Conservancy District (part II). 1933-1935
32 State Board of Social Welfare. 1935-1937
32 State College For Women. 1927-1936
32 State Labor Department. 1935
32 State of Florida (Supreme Court) vs. John U. Bird (Repondent) and John I. Viney (Claimant). 1936
32 State of Florida vs. R.A. Gray. 1936
32 State Planning Board. 1935
32 State Treasurer Candidates. 1936
32 Talmadge, Eugene - Georgia Governor. 1935
32 Tennessee Valley Authority. 1933-1938
32 Third Judicial Bar Association (part I). 1928-1933
32 Third Judicial Bar Association (part II). 1931-1937
32 Townsend Club. 1935-1937
32 Townsite - Margarette Baker Co. 1927-1930
32 Trammell. Park. 1934
32 Underwood, Oscar - Presidential Candidate. 1924
32 Unemployment Census. 1938
32 United States Aeronautics Department (part I). 1934-1937
32 United States Aeronautics Department (part II). 1934-1937
32 United States Army-Baltzell. 1932-1933
32 United States Customs Court. 1953
32 United States Department of Agriculture. 1933
33 United States Supreme Court. 1936-1937
33 United States Supreme Court. 1937-1938
33 Veterans Affairs. 1932-1934
33 Virgin Islands. 1933-1934
33 Voting Machines. 1933
33 Washington, Arthur L. 1933-1934
33 White Municipal Party of Tampa. 1932
33 Works Progress Administration (WPA). 1936-1938
33 Works Progress Administration (WPA). 1935
33 Works Progress Administration (WPA) - Educational Program. 1935
33 Y.M.C.A. 1919-1922


Series 5. Democratic Party, State Executive Committee Records, 1931-1938

Series 5 is divided into the following headings: Applications and appointments, Chronological correspondence, County files, Miscellaneous files. This series contain the official records of the State Executive Committee of the Democratic Party during Hodges' tenure as committee chair. The series consists of applications and appointments, bulletins, correspondence, lists, and financial records. There is an extensive file on Florida's participation in the 1936 Democratic Party Convention. The local workings of the Democratic Party are documented in the county correspondence files which constitute the largest part of the series. A considerable portion of the series is taken up with matters related to appointments to federal and state patronage positions. Hodges' work with the State Executive Committee is also documented in Series 4, Subject Files.


Applications and Appointments

Box
33 Applications for federal positions.
33 Applications for federal positions.
34 Applications for federal positions.
34 Circuit judges. 1931-1933
34 Circuit judges Part I. 1934-1936
34 Circuit judges Part II. 1934-1936
34 Customs Collectors.
34 Customs Collectors.
34 Customs Collectors.
34 Federal judges - Northern district.
34 Federal judges - Southern district.
35 Home Loan Bank Part I. 1932-1933
35 Home Loan Bank Part II. 1932-1933
35 Home Loan Bank July-December. 1933
35 Home Loan Bank Approved Appraisers. 1933
35 Internal Revenue.
35 National Recovery Administration. 1933-1934
35 National Recovery Administration. 1935
36 Reconstruction Finance Corporation Part I. 1933-1934
36 Reconstruction Finance Corporation Part II. 1933-1934
36 U. S. District Attorneys.
36 U. S. Marshalls - Northern District.
37 U. S. Marshalls - Southern District.
37 U.S. Marshalls - individual applications A-B.
38 U.S. Marshalls - individual applications C-S.

Chronological correspondence

Box
38 Correspondence. 1931-Feb. 1932
38 Correspondence. 1932 Feb, April
38 Correspondence. 1932 May-June
38 Correspondence. 1932 Sept-Dec
39 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-May
39 Correspondence. 1935 Jan-Dec
39 Correspondence. 1934 Jan-Feb
39 Correspondence. 1934 Mar-Jun
39 Correspondence. 1934 July-Aug
39 Correspondence. 1934 Sept-Dec
39 Correspondence. 1935 Jan-April
40 Correspondence. 1935 May-Dec
40 Correspondence. 1936 Jan-Apr
40 Correspondence. 1936 May-June
40 Correspondence. 1936 July-Aug
40 Correspondence. 1936 Sept-Oct
40 Correspondence. 1936 Oct-Dec
41 Correspondence. 1937
41 Correspondence. 1938 Jan
41 Correspondence. 1938 Jan-April

County Files

Box
41 Alachua County. 1932-1934
41 Alachua County. 1934-1936
41 Alachua County.
41 Baker County. 1932-1934
41 Baker County. 1934-1936
41 Baker County. 1936-1937
41 Bay County. 1932-1934
41 Bay County. 1934-1936
41 Bradford County. 1932-1934
41 Bradford County. 1934-1936
41 Brevard County. 1932-1934
42 Brevard County. 1934-1936
42 Brevard County. 1936-1938
42 Broward County. 1932-1934
42 Broward County. 1934-1936
42 Broward County. 1936-1938
42 Calhoun County. 1932-1934
42 Calhoun County. 1935-1935
42 Calhoun County. 1936-1937
42 Charlotte County. 1932-1934
42 Charlotte County. 1934-1936
42 Charlotte County.
42 Citrus County. 1932-1934
42 Citrus County. 1934-1936
42 Citrus County. 1936
42 Clay County. 1932-1934
42 Clay County. 1934-1936
42 Collier County. 1934-1936
42 Collier County. 1936-1938
42 Columbia County. 1932-1934
42 Columbia County. 1932-1934
42 Columbia County. 1934-1935
43 Columbia County.
43 Columbia County Part I. 1936-1938
43 Columbia County Part II. 1936-1938
43 Columbia County.
43 Dade County. 1932-1934
43 Dade County. 1934-1935
43 Dade County. 1935-1936
44 Dade County.
44 Dade County.
44 DeSoto County. 1932-1934
44 DeSoto County. 1934-1936
44 DeSoto County. 1936
44 Dixie County. 1932-1934
44 Dixie County. 1934-1936
44 Dixie County. 1936
44 Duval County Part I. 1932-1934
44 Duval County Part II. 1932-1934
44 Duval County. Jan 1935-Apr 1936
44 Duval County. May 1935-Sept 1936
45 Duval County.
45 Duval County.
45 Escambia County. 1932-1934
45 Escambia County. 1934-1936
45 Escambia County.
45 Flagler County. 1934
45 Flagler County. 1934-1935
45 Flagler County.
45 Franklin County. 1932-1934
45 Franklin County. 1934-1936
45 Franklin County.
45 Gadsden County. 1932-1934
45 Gadsden County. 1934-1935
45 Gadsden County.
45 Gilchrist County. 1932-34
45 Gilchrist County. 1934-1936
45 Gilchrist County.
45 Glades County. 1932-1934
45 Glades County. 1934-1936
45 Glades County.
45 Gulf County. 1932-1934
45 Gulf County. 1934-1936
45 Gulf County.
45 Hamilton County. 1932-1934
45 Hamilton County. 1934-1936
46 Hardee County. 1932-1934
46 Hardee County. 1934-1936
46 Hardee County.
46 Hendry County. 1932-1934
46 Hendry County. 1934-1936
46 Hendry County.
46 Hernando County. 1932-1934
46 Hernando County.
46 Hernando County.
46 Highlands County. 1932-1934
46 Highlands County. 1934-1936
46 Highlands County.
46 Hillsboro County. 1932-1934
46 Hillsboro County. 1932-1934
46 Hillsboro County. Sept 1934-May 1935
46 Hillsboro County. June 1935-Dec 1935
46 Hillsboro County. Jan 1936-Oct 1936
46 Hillsboro County.
47 Holmes County. 1932-1934
47 Holmes County. 1934-1936
47 Holmes County.
47 Indian River County. 1932-1934
47 Indian River County. 1934-1936
47 Indian River County.
47 Jackson County. 1932-1934
47 Jackson County. 1934-1936
47 Jackson County.
47 Jefferson County. 1932-1934
47 Jefferson County. 1934-1936
47 Jefferson County.
47 LaFayette County. 1932-1934
47 LaFayette County. 1934-1936
47 LaFayette County.
47 Lake County. 1932-1934
47 Lake County. 1934-1936
47 Lake County.
47 Lee County. 1932-1934
47 Lee County. 1934-1936
47 Lee County.
47 Leon County. 1932-1934
47 Leon County. 1934-1936
47 Leon County.
47 Levy County. 1932-1934
47 Levy County. 1934-1936
48 Liberty County. 1933
48 Liberty County. 1934-1936
48 Madison County. 1932-1934
48 Madison County. 1934-1936
48 Madison County. 1936
48 Manatee County. 1932-1934
48 Manatee County. 1934-1936
48 Marion County. 1932-1934
48 Marion County. 1934-1936
48 Marion County. 1936-1937
48 Martin County. 1932-1934
48 Martin County. 1934-1936
48 Martin County. 1936
48 Monroe County. 1932-1934
48 Monroe County. 1934-1936
48 Monroe County. 1936-1937
48 Nassau County. 1932-1934
48 Nassau County. 1934-1936
48 Nassau County. 1936-1937
48 Okaloosa County. 1932-1934
48 Okaloosa County. 1934-1936
48 Okaloosa County. 1936-1938
48 Okeechobee County. 1932-1934
48 Okeechobee County. 1934-1936
48 Okeechobee County. 1936-1937
48 Orange County Part I. 1932-1934
48 Orange County Part II. 1932-1934
49 Orange County. 1934-1936
49 Orange County. 1936-1938
49 Osceola County. 1932-1934
49 Osceola County. 1934-1936
49 Palm Beach County. 1932-1934
49 Palm Beach County. 1934-1936
49 Palm Beach County. 1936-1937
49 Pasco County. 1932-1934
49 Pasco County. 1934-1936
49 Pasco County. 1936-1937
49 Pinellas County. 1932-1934
49 Pinellas County. 1932-1934
50 Pinellas County. 1934-1935
50 Pinellas County. 1935-1936
50 Pinellas County. 1936
50 Pinellas County. 1937-1938
50 Polk County. 1932-1934
50 Polk County. 1932-1935
50 Polk County. 1936
50 Polk County. 1936-1938
50 Putnam County. 1932-1934
51 Putnam County. 1934-1936
51 Putnam County. 1936-1938
51 St. Johns County. 1932-1934
51 St. Johns County. 1934-1936
51 St. Johns County. 1936-1938
51 St. Lucie County. 1932-1934
51 St. Lucie County. 1935
51 St. Lucie County. 1936
51 Santa Rosa County. 1932-1934
51 Santa Rosa County. 1934-1936
51 Santa Rosa County. 1936-1938
51 Sarasota County. 1932-1934
51 Sarasota County. 1934-1936
51 Sarasota County. 1936-1937
51 Seminole County. 1932-1934
51 Seminole County. 1934-1936
51 Seminole County. 1936-1938
52 Sumter County. 1932-1934
52 Sumter County. 1934-1936
52 Sumter County. 1936-1938
52 Suwannee County. 1932-1934
52 Suwannee County. 1934-1936
52 Suwannee County. 1936-1938
52 Taylor County. 1932-1934
52 Taylor County. 1934-1936
52 Taylor County. 1936-1938
52 Union County. 1932-1934
52 Union County. 1934-1936
52 Union County. 1936-1938
52 Volusia County. 1932-1934
52 Volusia County. 1934-1936
52 Volusia County. 1936-1938
52 Wakulla County. 1932-1934
52 Wakulla County. 1934-1935
52 Wakulla County. 1936-1938
52 Walton County. 1932-1934
52 Walton County. 1934-1936
52 Walton County. 1936-1938
52 Washington County. 1932-1934
52 Washington County. 1934-1936

Miscellaneous Files

Box
53 Bulletins.
53 Marianna Meeting. 1931-1932
53 Finances. 1932
53 Finances. 1933
53 Finances. 1934
53 Finances. 1935-1936
53 Finances. 1937-1938
54 Housing Commission. 1934-1938
54 Internal Revenue Department. 1933-1934
54 Internal Revenue Department. 1934-1937
54 List of Federal Employees. 1936-1937
54 Lists. 1932
54 Lists and resolutions. 1936-1938
54 Platform. 1932
54 Democratic National Convention Part I. 1936-1937
55 Democratic National Convention Part II. 1936-1937
55 Qualifications for candidates. 1934
55 Qualifications for candidates. 1934
55 Qualifications for candidates. 1936
55 Qualifications for candidates. 1936
55 Qualifications for candidates. 1938
56 Oversize - newspaper clippings pulled from Series 4 and 5.
57 Oversize - clippings, posters, and leaflets pulled from Series 4 and 5.


Selected Subjects and Access Terms

Carter, Jerry W. 1887-
Catts, Sidney Johnston 1863-1936
Cone, Fred P. 1871-1948
Democratic Party (Fla.) State Executive Committee
Drainage -- Florida
Earman, Joe E. 1876-1935
Fletcher, Duncan Upshaw 1859-1936
Florida -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950
Florida Board of Regents
Green, Robert Alexis 1892-1973
Hardee, Cary A. (Cary Augustus) 1876-1957
Knight, Peter Oliphant 1865-1946
Lake City (Fla.) -- Politics and government
Pepper, Claude 1900-
Railroads -- Florida
Sholtz, David 1891-1953
State Plant Board of Florida



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