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Spessard L. Holland Papers

 
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFEAD00009/00001

Material Information

Title: Spessard L. Holland Papers
Physical Description: 264 linear feet. (631 Boxes)
Creator: Holland, Spessard L. (Spessard Lindsey), 1892-1971

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: United States. Congress -- Florida delegation   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Governor (1941-1945 : Holland)   ( lcnaf )
United States. Congress. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Legislature. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Politics and government -- 1951- -- Florida   ( lcsh )
United States. Submerged Lands Act   ( lcsh )
Poll tax -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Constitution. 24th Amendment   ( lcsh )
Civil rights -- United States   ( lcsh )
Everglades National Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Flood control -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Florida   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945   ( lcsh )
Communism   ( lcsh )
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975   ( lcsh )
Labor unions -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964   ( lcsh )
Cross Florida Barge Canal (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Space race -- History   ( lcsh )
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
United States. Congress -- Florida delegation   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Governor (1941-1945 : Holland)   ( lcnaf )
United States. Congress. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Legislature. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Politics and government -- 1951- -- Florida   ( lcsh )
United States. Submerged Lands Act   ( lcsh )
Poll tax -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Constitution. 24th Amendment   ( lcsh )
Civil rights -- United States   ( lcsh )
Everglades National Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Flood control -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Florida   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945   ( lcsh )
Communism   ( lcsh )
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975   ( lcsh )
Labor unions -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964   ( lcsh )
Cross Florida Barge Canal (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Space race -- History   ( lcsh )
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
Genre: ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Abstract: Personal and official political papers, dated 1913-1972, of former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor, Spessard Lindsey Holland.
Summary: The collection spans the dates 1913-1972 and primarily consists of materials accumulated by Holland during his eight years in the Florida Senate and his twenty-four years in the U.S. Senate. In addition, there are numerous personal, business, and legal files covering almost sixty years of his life. The majority of the collection is comprised of papers, although it also contains photographs, memorabilia, and manuscript material. His papers provide a fascinating perspective on several decades of the twentieth century, particularly the 1930s through the early 1970s. As with all political collections of significant size, the materials cover a wide range of subjects. Of particular interest are those events and issues that have shaped the nation and world, including World War II, organized labor, the Vietnam War, the spread of communism, the civil rights movement, the space race, and the Cold War. Prominent topics related to Florida include the citrus industry, the Everglades National Park, flood control, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, wartime defense, tidelands, and Cuba.The collection is arranged into twenty series that document Holland's professional and personal life. Despite the grouping of materials into logical series, information on particular topics can be dispersed throughout the collection and researchers may find relevant materials in several series. For the most part, personal papers are filed separately from official papers, reflecting the filing practices employed by Holland and his staff. Therefore, the series tend to be either personal (e.g., correspondence, business papers, campaign files) or official (e.g., State Senate papers, U.S. Senate papers), although there are a few series that contain both. The Personal Files and Miscellaneous Correspondence series, for example, contain Holland's personal and family correspondence, legal files, and business papers, primarily from the 1920s and 1930s. The Florida Senate Legislative Files, spanning 1928 to 1940, contain the correspondence, legislation, and subject files from Holland's tenure in the State Senate. There are several series of campaign files covering his campaigns for the Florida Senate, the 1940 Gubernatorial election, and U.S. Senate campaigns.Although the official papers of Holland's term as Governor of Florida (1941-1945) reside in the State Archives, the collection does contain materials created or accumulated by Holland during this period. The Gubernatorial General Correspondence series, dated 1940-1944, includes files related to Holland's inauguration and the formation of his administration and staff, as well as recommendations and solicitations for appointments. Correspondence between Holland and members of the military during World War II can be found in the Service Men's Letters series. The Miscellaneous Personal Files series, 1925-1946, primarily consists of personal correspondence, business papers, and financial material created while in office.The largest series, the Senatorial Papers, is further divided into several sub-series according to session of Congress. Holland's Senate office originally organized his files according to the File Code of the U.S. Senate, and this arrangement has been maintained (for more information, please refer to the series description for the Senatorial Papers). Each sub-series documents his legislative activities and is comprised of official correspondence, legislation, reports, news clippings, memoranda, and subject files. Numerous topics, such as civil rights, anti-poll tax legislation, and the Cross Florida Barge Canal, span several sessions of Congress and are spread across multiple sub-series.Photographs, speeches, press releases, and miscellaneous materials, which cover both personal and official aspects of Holland's life, are filed in separate series. A series of newspaper and newsletter clippings collected by Mary Holland, dated 1941-1970, also includes a small amount of memorabilia such as programs, invitations, and correspondence. Among the materials in the Miscellaneous series are memorabilia, articles, biographical information, certificates, and other ephemera collected or created by Holland throughout his life. Of particular interest is the autobiography Holland began preparing during his retirement in 1971.With the exception of the Senatorial Papers series, which has its own filing scheme, the files in each series are arranged alphabetically or chronologically.
Restriction: Collection is open for research.
Biographical: Spessard Lindsey Holland's career in public service spanned approximately fifty years. A lifelong citizen of Florida, he held positions as County Judge, State Senator, Governor, and finally as a member of the U.S. Senate. A self-described "moderate conservative with a little liberalism in many areas" and a member of the Democratic Party, he appealed to a large number of voters in Florida and never lost an election throughout his career.Spessard Lindsey Holland was born on July 10, 1892 in Bartow, Polk County, Florida, where he was raised and educated. His father, Benjamin F. Holland, was a citrus grower and abstractor, and his mother, Fannie Virginia (Spessard) Holland, was a school teacher. In 1912, he graduated with a Bachelor in Arts degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Following graduation, he taught public school in Warrenton, Georgia, until 1914 and then returned to Florida to attend the University of Florida College of Law. An active student, he served as president of the student body and editor-in-chief of the yearbook, The Seminole. He was an outstanding athlete and attracted the attention of professional teams. He was sufficiently impressive as a pitcher for the UF baseball team that manager Connie Mack offered him a position on his ball club. Holland declined because he was not very interested in becoming a professional athlete, especially at the age of 24. He decided to complete his education as a lawyer, and earned his degree in 1916. That same year, he was admitted to the bar in Florida and commenced practice in his hometown of Bartow.When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Holland joined the Army and the Coast Artillery Corps. He went to Europe with the 31st Artillery Brigade, and then transferred to the Air Force where he served with the 24th Flying Squadron in France. For his valor during combat flights, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. At the end of the war in 1919, he retired with the rank of Captain and returned to Bartow. He married Mary Alice Groover, whom he had met while on leave in Florida, and resumed the practice of law.Holland served as prosecuting attorney of Polk County in 1919 and 1920. He next campaigned for and was elected to the position of county judge, a position he held from 1921 until 1929. Throughout the period, he continued to maintain his own law practice. In the early 1920s, he formed a partnership with W.F. Bevis establishing a firm that would last several decades and include partners such as Robert L. Hughes, Jr., and William A. McRae, Jr. In between those years spent in public office, Holland always returned to his practice in Bartow.Holland was elected to the State Senate in 1932 and served two four-year terms until 1940. As a state senator, he was the author of several pieces of legislation related to citrus, including the Citrus Commission Act, the Frost and Freeze Forecast Act, and the Citrus Advertising Act. He voted against the repeal of the 18th Amendment because Polk County was voluntarily a dry county and his constituents had a negative reaction to the possible repeal of prohibition. He led opposition to a Florida Recovery Act issue seeking to eliminate chain stores, a controversial measure that he and his fellow opponents were successful in defeating. He also helped draft the Florida School Code and supported other acts intended to improve public schools and teacher benefits. He was a strong supporter of the Soil Conservation District Act, the Fair Trade Act, and several bills reducing or repealing taxes in the state.During his second term, Holland's reputation grew when a filibuster to prevent a vote on controversial salary buying legislation led to physical violence on the floor of the Senate. Holland and other supporters of the legislation saw salary buying as little more than loan sharking and sought to define the practice as lending so that it could be regulated and the racketeers put out of business. At the end of the 1939 session, Sen. R. Lucas Black emerged as the leading opponent to the bill and threatened a filibuster in order to delay the roll call until the end of the session. During a recess after a day of argument on the Senate floor, Black engaged Sen. Joe Sharit, a proponent of the legislation, in a heated exchange. When Holland stepped over to intervene, Black struck Holland with his cane. Neither Holland nor Sharit retaliated, and Black later apologized for his behavior. As a result of the threatened filibuster the legislation was removed from consideration that session, but the episode served to enhance Holland's image around the state as an honorable politician.Holland was hesitant to run for the governor's office because he was more interested in serving on the U.S. Senate and he was aware that the system of patronage appointments often hurt the chances of former governors to win a seat in the Senate. He believed that for every appointment made by a governor, there were several newly created enemies among those people who weren't appointed. However, he did decide to run for the position and began his campaign in 1939. He defeated Francis Whitehair in the 1940 Democratic gubernatorial primary and faced no Republican opponent in the general election later that year. In January 1941, he was sworn in as the 28th governor of Florida.As a war-time governor, Holland's administration was principally concerned with Florida's defense effort during World War II. He coordinated the state's defense in close cooperation with the federal government. At his request, his brother, Frank Holland, became a principal figure in organizing the state's non-military civil defense. Under Governor Holland's leadership, the state implemented the largest road and highway construction program in its history. Primarily for defense, and built with a great deal of federal assistance, the construction greatly improved the state's transportation infrastructure and increased opportunities for development following the war.During his four-year term, Holland led or supported several important initiatives. He established the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission as a separate agency. A stronger ad valorem tax structure was established, thereby rescuing that system of taxation. He helped form the Minimum Foundation Program for public schools, and increased state assistance to the blind and aged. As a member of the Southern Governors' Committee on Freight Rates, he led a successful fight to reduce rates. In 1944, the deed to state lands in the Everglades was executed, paving the way for the creation of the Everglades National Park. He also served on the Executive Committee of the National Governors' Conference, providing him with the opportunity to work at the national level with several individuals he would later work with during his tenure in the U.S. Senate.Despite Holland's hesitancy in 1940 to campaign for governor because of the patronage system, his fears proved to be unwarranted. As a result of World War II, a number of people were involved in the war effort and there was less demand for positions. When his term ended in 1945, he knew that had avoided making too many enemies around the state and had a good chance at a seat in the Senate. He had been informed earlier than most that Senator Charles O. Andrews was not going to seek re-election due to poor health, thereby providing him with an opportunity in the 1946 election. He met with and received assurances from Doyle E. Carlton and J. Hardin Peterson, two prominent Florida politicians and close friends, that they would not be running in the campaign so he would not be hindering their own efforts or campaigning against them. When his term as governor ended in 1945, he returned to Bartow to practice law and begin his campaign. In the Democratic primary election in early 1940, he ran against and defeated Lex Green, Polly Rose Balfe and Henry M. Burch. In September, two months before the general election, Senator Andrews died while in office and Governor Millard Caldwell appointed Holland to complete the unexpired term. While holding this office, Holland defeated Republican J. Harry Schad and officially was elected to a full Senate term beginning in 1947.Holland considered the ratification of the 24th Amendment, officially ending the poll tax, as one of the great successes of his Senate career. From his days in the Florida Senate, he had supported efforts to abolish the tax but had seen no progress on the issue in more than ten years. He disliked the poll tax primarily because it resulted in corrupt machine politics wherein political leaders would buy the votes of those who couldn't afford to pay the tax themselves. Holland was aware that the poll tax had a significant impact on poor African Americans, but was more interested in halting corrupt politics than in passing a piece of civil rights legislation. After witnessing the defeat of anti-poll tax legislation again and again, he decided that it could not be abolished by statute because the courts would declare such legislation unconstitutional. In fact, for this very reason he debated against such a piece of legislation in 1948 even though he supported the measures of the bill. The very next year, he proposed an amendment to the Constitution seeking to abolish the tax. For the next thirteen years, he continued to submit the amendment during each session. Finally, in 1962, the amendment was approved by Congress and submitted for ratification by the states. His long crusade to overturn the poll tax finally succeeded in 1964 with the ratification of the 24th Amendment to the Constitution.Another long battle in which Holland eventually prevailed was the fight to pass the Tidelands Act, formally known as the Submerged Lands Act. As Governor of Florida, it had been his understanding that the federal government recognized the maritime states' ownership of the submerged lands off of their coasts. In fact, he had cooperated closely with the government and Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes whenever they sought permission to use Florida's submerged lands, so he knew that there was precedence for the federal government's recognition that these were state-owned lands. In 1945, however, Ickes led an effort to bring suit against California, and later other coastal states, disputing this ownership. The federal government wanted control of the oil available in these submerged lands and the struggle quickly became known as the Tidelands Oil affair. In 1947, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government had the right to these lands and upheld this split decision in later rulings. The states were outraged and set out to overturn this decision.From the onset of his term Holland supported the fight to create tidelands legislation ensuring state ownership, but it proved to be a frustrating struggle. In 1951 and 1952, however, he took over the leadership of the effort and sponsored a bill that was narrowly passed in 1952. When President Truman vetoed the legislation, Holland and his supporters could not find enough votes to override the veto. With the change of Senate leadership in 1953 Holland expected to step back into a supporting role, but was surprised to find that the new Republican leadership wanted him to stay on as co-leader, along with Price Daniel of Texas. When the bill came up again in 1953, they knew that they had a good chance at victory because they had the votes in the Senate and the new Eisenhower administration was much more favorable towards the bill than Truman had been. In a desperate attempt to kill the legislation opponents in the Senate began a filibuster, during which either he or Daniels had to be on the floor every minute day or night for forty days. The filibuster failed, the bill passed, and Eisenhower signed it in 1953. Subsequently, the legislation was tested and upheld twice in the Supreme Court, and on the second occasion in 1959, Holland assisted to write Florida's briefs and closed the State's argument before the Court.With twenty-two years on the Agriculture and Forestry Committee, sixteen years on the Appropriations Committee, and over six years on the Public Works Committee, Holland had the opportunity to support numerous programs benefiting Florida. He strongly endorsed the controversial Cross Florida Barge Canal for almost twenty years, and proposed several pieces of legislation to further the construction of that waterway. In 1947 and 1948, Holland pushed to set up the Central and South Florida Flood Control program, which was recommended by the Corps of Engineers following the 1947 hurricane and floods. He also sponsored and supported several water navigation, soil conservation, and highway projects in the state, and continued his lifelong support of the Everglades National Park. In addition, he used his ten years of service on the National Aeronautical and Space Committee to help ensure the success of the Florida space program.On a broader scope, Holland was very active on issues not directly related to Florida. He was first Senator to urge statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. He supported and actively fought for the completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway. He participated in the investigation and debate of problems associated with migrant and off-shore labor. Holland also believed in strong relations with Latin America, and was extremely proud of his work to push for the creation of an Inter-American Highway through Central America to get land access to the Panama Canal. In addition, he was a supporter of Interama and constantly endorsed legislation that would strengthen U.S. ties with Latin America.Throughout his career, Holland actively campaigned for anti-communist legislation and activities. He was a strong proponent of the Marshall Plan, NATO, and President Truman's plan to send aid to post-war Greece and Turkey in order to halt the growth of communism in that region. In the 1950s, he supported the decision to fight in Korea and voted for the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in 1964, although he later declared it a mistake on his part. Domestically, he sought to dampen the influence of organized labor, feeling that there was too much corruption and fearing the influence of communism. In 1947, he actively supported the Taft-Hartley Act in order to prevent strikes and lock-outs in vital industries, and he fought against its repeal in 1949. For the next two decades, he sponsored and supported legislation to prevent strikes and curb the abuses by labor interests.Holland's stance on the Civil Rights issue is less clear than his position on other important issues debated during his tenure in the Senate, and possibly this is as Holland intended. In fact, as Holland prepared to write an autobiography during his retirement he created lists of topics he wanted to cover and neglected to include any of the Civil Rights program, except as it related to the 1960 Democratic National Convention. Described by some as a racist and supporter of segregation, he nevertheless was not as outspoken on the issue as some of his fellow Dixiecrats. And even if Holland had favored civil rights legislation, it is unlikely he would have supported it openly for fear that he would lose the support and gain the animosity of his constituents. Holland played an active part in the 1949 and 1950 fight of Southern Senators to defeat enactment of a Civil Rights program. But when the Supreme Court handed down its landmark Brown v. Board decision in 1954, he asked the citizens of Florida to support the decision even though they might not agree with it. Less than two years later, however, he signed the Southern Manifesto criticizing the Brown decision as an abuse of judicial power. Despite the fact that he fought for several years to abolish the poll tax, finally succeeding in 1964 with the 24th Amendment, he made it clear that he was fighting political corruption rather than creating "so-called civil rights" legislation.Holland decided to retire from the Senate at the age of 78, explaining that he did not believe he could vigorously serve the interests of his constituents for a fifth full term. In 1971, he returned to his home in Bartow, Florida, to spend time with his wife and family and to work on his autobiography. He died on November 6, 1971.Sources: Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States, 1789-1978, edited by Robert Sobel and John Raimo (Westport, CN: Meckler Books), 1978. "George A. Smathers, United States Senator, 1951-1969," Oral History Interviews, Senate Historical Office, Washington, D.C. Henry, Bill, The Holland Years: WFLA-TV news director Bill Henry talks with former United States senator Spessard Holland (Tampa, FL: WFLA), 1971. Holland, Spessard L., unpublished autobiography fragments, Spessard L. Holland Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, University of Florida Libraries, ca. 1971. United States Congress, Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1996 (Alexandria, VA: CQ Staff Directories), 1997.

Record Information

Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: main identifier - Ms 55
System ID: UFEAD00009:00001

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFEAD00009/00001

Material Information

Title: Spessard L. Holland Papers
Physical Description: 264 linear feet. (631 Boxes)
Creator: Holland, Spessard L. (Spessard Lindsey), 1892-1971

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: United States. Congress -- Florida delegation   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Governor (1941-1945 : Holland)   ( lcnaf )
United States. Congress. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Legislature. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Politics and government -- 1951- -- Florida   ( lcsh )
United States. Submerged Lands Act   ( lcsh )
Poll tax -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Constitution. 24th Amendment   ( lcsh )
Civil rights -- United States   ( lcsh )
Everglades National Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Flood control -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Florida   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945   ( lcsh )
Communism   ( lcsh )
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975   ( lcsh )
Labor unions -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964   ( lcsh )
Cross Florida Barge Canal (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Space race -- History   ( lcsh )
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
United States. Congress -- Florida delegation   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Governor (1941-1945 : Holland)   ( lcnaf )
United States. Congress. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Florida. Legislature. Senate   ( lcnaf )
Politics and government -- 1951- -- Florida   ( lcsh )
United States. Submerged Lands Act   ( lcsh )
Poll tax -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Constitution. 24th Amendment   ( lcsh )
Civil rights -- United States   ( lcsh )
Everglades National Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Flood control -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Florida   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945   ( lcsh )
Communism   ( lcsh )
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975   ( lcsh )
Labor unions -- United States   ( lcsh )
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964   ( lcsh )
Cross Florida Barge Canal (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Space race -- History   ( lcsh )
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
Genre: ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Abstract: Personal and official political papers, dated 1913-1972, of former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor, Spessard Lindsey Holland.
Summary: The collection spans the dates 1913-1972 and primarily consists of materials accumulated by Holland during his eight years in the Florida Senate and his twenty-four years in the U.S. Senate. In addition, there are numerous personal, business, and legal files covering almost sixty years of his life. The majority of the collection is comprised of papers, although it also contains photographs, memorabilia, and manuscript material. His papers provide a fascinating perspective on several decades of the twentieth century, particularly the 1930s through the early 1970s. As with all political collections of significant size, the materials cover a wide range of subjects. Of particular interest are those events and issues that have shaped the nation and world, including World War II, organized labor, the Vietnam War, the spread of communism, the civil rights movement, the space race, and the Cold War. Prominent topics related to Florida include the citrus industry, the Everglades National Park, flood control, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, wartime defense, tidelands, and Cuba.The collection is arranged into twenty series that document Holland's professional and personal life. Despite the grouping of materials into logical series, information on particular topics can be dispersed throughout the collection and researchers may find relevant materials in several series. For the most part, personal papers are filed separately from official papers, reflecting the filing practices employed by Holland and his staff. Therefore, the series tend to be either personal (e.g., correspondence, business papers, campaign files) or official (e.g., State Senate papers, U.S. Senate papers), although there are a few series that contain both. The Personal Files and Miscellaneous Correspondence series, for example, contain Holland's personal and family correspondence, legal files, and business papers, primarily from the 1920s and 1930s. The Florida Senate Legislative Files, spanning 1928 to 1940, contain the correspondence, legislation, and subject files from Holland's tenure in the State Senate. There are several series of campaign files covering his campaigns for the Florida Senate, the 1940 Gubernatorial election, and U.S. Senate campaigns.Although the official papers of Holland's term as Governor of Florida (1941-1945) reside in the State Archives, the collection does contain materials created or accumulated by Holland during this period. The Gubernatorial General Correspondence series, dated 1940-1944, includes files related to Holland's inauguration and the formation of his administration and staff, as well as recommendations and solicitations for appointments. Correspondence between Holland and members of the military during World War II can be found in the Service Men's Letters series. The Miscellaneous Personal Files series, 1925-1946, primarily consists of personal correspondence, business papers, and financial material created while in office.The largest series, the Senatorial Papers, is further divided into several sub-series according to session of Congress. Holland's Senate office originally organized his files according to the File Code of the U.S. Senate, and this arrangement has been maintained (for more information, please refer to the series description for the Senatorial Papers). Each sub-series documents his legislative activities and is comprised of official correspondence, legislation, reports, news clippings, memoranda, and subject files. Numerous topics, such as civil rights, anti-poll tax legislation, and the Cross Florida Barge Canal, span several sessions of Congress and are spread across multiple sub-series.Photographs, speeches, press releases, and miscellaneous materials, which cover both personal and official aspects of Holland's life, are filed in separate series. A series of newspaper and newsletter clippings collected by Mary Holland, dated 1941-1970, also includes a small amount of memorabilia such as programs, invitations, and correspondence. Among the materials in the Miscellaneous series are memorabilia, articles, biographical information, certificates, and other ephemera collected or created by Holland throughout his life. Of particular interest is the autobiography Holland began preparing during his retirement in 1971.With the exception of the Senatorial Papers series, which has its own filing scheme, the files in each series are arranged alphabetically or chronologically.
Restriction: Collection is open for research.
Biographical: Spessard Lindsey Holland's career in public service spanned approximately fifty years. A lifelong citizen of Florida, he held positions as County Judge, State Senator, Governor, and finally as a member of the U.S. Senate. A self-described "moderate conservative with a little liberalism in many areas" and a member of the Democratic Party, he appealed to a large number of voters in Florida and never lost an election throughout his career.Spessard Lindsey Holland was born on July 10, 1892 in Bartow, Polk County, Florida, where he was raised and educated. His father, Benjamin F. Holland, was a citrus grower and abstractor, and his mother, Fannie Virginia (Spessard) Holland, was a school teacher. In 1912, he graduated with a Bachelor in Arts degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Following graduation, he taught public school in Warrenton, Georgia, until 1914 and then returned to Florida to attend the University of Florida College of Law. An active student, he served as president of the student body and editor-in-chief of the yearbook, The Seminole. He was an outstanding athlete and attracted the attention of professional teams. He was sufficiently impressive as a pitcher for the UF baseball team that manager Connie Mack offered him a position on his ball club. Holland declined because he was not very interested in becoming a professional athlete, especially at the age of 24. He decided to complete his education as a lawyer, and earned his degree in 1916. That same year, he was admitted to the bar in Florida and commenced practice in his hometown of Bartow.When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Holland joined the Army and the Coast Artillery Corps. He went to Europe with the 31st Artillery Brigade, and then transferred to the Air Force where he served with the 24th Flying Squadron in France. For his valor during combat flights, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. At the end of the war in 1919, he retired with the rank of Captain and returned to Bartow. He married Mary Alice Groover, whom he had met while on leave in Florida, and resumed the practice of law.Holland served as prosecuting attorney of Polk County in 1919 and 1920. He next campaigned for and was elected to the position of county judge, a position he held from 1921 until 1929. Throughout the period, he continued to maintain his own law practice. In the early 1920s, he formed a partnership with W.F. Bevis establishing a firm that would last several decades and include partners such as Robert L. Hughes, Jr., and William A. McRae, Jr. In between those years spent in public office, Holland always returned to his practice in Bartow.Holland was elected to the State Senate in 1932 and served two four-year terms until 1940. As a state senator, he was the author of several pieces of legislation related to citrus, including the Citrus Commission Act, the Frost and Freeze Forecast Act, and the Citrus Advertising Act. He voted against the repeal of the 18th Amendment because Polk County was voluntarily a dry county and his constituents had a negative reaction to the possible repeal of prohibition. He led opposition to a Florida Recovery Act issue seeking to eliminate chain stores, a controversial measure that he and his fellow opponents were successful in defeating. He also helped draft the Florida School Code and supported other acts intended to improve public schools and teacher benefits. He was a strong supporter of the Soil Conservation District Act, the Fair Trade Act, and several bills reducing or repealing taxes in the state.During his second term, Holland's reputation grew when a filibuster to prevent a vote on controversial salary buying legislation led to physical violence on the floor of the Senate. Holland and other supporters of the legislation saw salary buying as little more than loan sharking and sought to define the practice as lending so that it could be regulated and the racketeers put out of business. At the end of the 1939 session, Sen. R. Lucas Black emerged as the leading opponent to the bill and threatened a filibuster in order to delay the roll call until the end of the session. During a recess after a day of argument on the Senate floor, Black engaged Sen. Joe Sharit, a proponent of the legislation, in a heated exchange. When Holland stepped over to intervene, Black struck Holland with his cane. Neither Holland nor Sharit retaliated, and Black later apologized for his behavior. As a result of the threatened filibuster the legislation was removed from consideration that session, but the episode served to enhance Holland's image around the state as an honorable politician.Holland was hesitant to run for the governor's office because he was more interested in serving on the U.S. Senate and he was aware that the system of patronage appointments often hurt the chances of former governors to win a seat in the Senate. He believed that for every appointment made by a governor, there were several newly created enemies among those people who weren't appointed. However, he did decide to run for the position and began his campaign in 1939. He defeated Francis Whitehair in the 1940 Democratic gubernatorial primary and faced no Republican opponent in the general election later that year. In January 1941, he was sworn in as the 28th governor of Florida.As a war-time governor, Holland's administration was principally concerned with Florida's defense effort during World War II. He coordinated the state's defense in close cooperation with the federal government. At his request, his brother, Frank Holland, became a principal figure in organizing the state's non-military civil defense. Under Governor Holland's leadership, the state implemented the largest road and highway construction program in its history. Primarily for defense, and built with a great deal of federal assistance, the construction greatly improved the state's transportation infrastructure and increased opportunities for development following the war.During his four-year term, Holland led or supported several important initiatives. He established the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission as a separate agency. A stronger ad valorem tax structure was established, thereby rescuing that system of taxation. He helped form the Minimum Foundation Program for public schools, and increased state assistance to the blind and aged. As a member of the Southern Governors' Committee on Freight Rates, he led a successful fight to reduce rates. In 1944, the deed to state lands in the Everglades was executed, paving the way for the creation of the Everglades National Park. He also served on the Executive Committee of the National Governors' Conference, providing him with the opportunity to work at the national level with several individuals he would later work with during his tenure in the U.S. Senate.Despite Holland's hesitancy in 1940 to campaign for governor because of the patronage system, his fears proved to be unwarranted. As a result of World War II, a number of people were involved in the war effort and there was less demand for positions. When his term ended in 1945, he knew that had avoided making too many enemies around the state and had a good chance at a seat in the Senate. He had been informed earlier than most that Senator Charles O. Andrews was not going to seek re-election due to poor health, thereby providing him with an opportunity in the 1946 election. He met with and received assurances from Doyle E. Carlton and J. Hardin Peterson, two prominent Florida politicians and close friends, that they would not be running in the campaign so he would not be hindering their own efforts or campaigning against them. When his term as governor ended in 1945, he returned to Bartow to practice law and begin his campaign. In the Democratic primary election in early 1940, he ran against and defeated Lex Green, Polly Rose Balfe and Henry M. Burch. In September, two months before the general election, Senator Andrews died while in office and Governor Millard Caldwell appointed Holland to complete the unexpired term. While holding this office, Holland defeated Republican J. Harry Schad and officially was elected to a full Senate term beginning in 1947.Holland considered the ratification of the 24th Amendment, officially ending the poll tax, as one of the great successes of his Senate career. From his days in the Florida Senate, he had supported efforts to abolish the tax but had seen no progress on the issue in more than ten years. He disliked the poll tax primarily because it resulted in corrupt machine politics wherein political leaders would buy the votes of those who couldn't afford to pay the tax themselves. Holland was aware that the poll tax had a significant impact on poor African Americans, but was more interested in halting corrupt politics than in passing a piece of civil rights legislation. After witnessing the defeat of anti-poll tax legislation again and again, he decided that it could not be abolished by statute because the courts would declare such legislation unconstitutional. In fact, for this very reason he debated against such a piece of legislation in 1948 even though he supported the measures of the bill. The very next year, he proposed an amendment to the Constitution seeking to abolish the tax. For the next thirteen years, he continued to submit the amendment during each session. Finally, in 1962, the amendment was approved by Congress and submitted for ratification by the states. His long crusade to overturn the poll tax finally succeeded in 1964 with the ratification of the 24th Amendment to the Constitution.Another long battle in which Holland eventually prevailed was the fight to pass the Tidelands Act, formally known as the Submerged Lands Act. As Governor of Florida, it had been his understanding that the federal government recognized the maritime states' ownership of the submerged lands off of their coasts. In fact, he had cooperated closely with the government and Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes whenever they sought permission to use Florida's submerged lands, so he knew that there was precedence for the federal government's recognition that these were state-owned lands. In 1945, however, Ickes led an effort to bring suit against California, and later other coastal states, disputing this ownership. The federal government wanted control of the oil available in these submerged lands and the struggle quickly became known as the Tidelands Oil affair. In 1947, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government had the right to these lands and upheld this split decision in later rulings. The states were outraged and set out to overturn this decision.From the onset of his term Holland supported the fight to create tidelands legislation ensuring state ownership, but it proved to be a frustrating struggle. In 1951 and 1952, however, he took over the leadership of the effort and sponsored a bill that was narrowly passed in 1952. When President Truman vetoed the legislation, Holland and his supporters could not find enough votes to override the veto. With the change of Senate leadership in 1953 Holland expected to step back into a supporting role, but was surprised to find that the new Republican leadership wanted him to stay on as co-leader, along with Price Daniel of Texas. When the bill came up again in 1953, they knew that they had a good chance at victory because they had the votes in the Senate and the new Eisenhower administration was much more favorable towards the bill than Truman had been. In a desperate attempt to kill the legislation opponents in the Senate began a filibuster, during which either he or Daniels had to be on the floor every minute day or night for forty days. The filibuster failed, the bill passed, and Eisenhower signed it in 1953. Subsequently, the legislation was tested and upheld twice in the Supreme Court, and on the second occasion in 1959, Holland assisted to write Florida's briefs and closed the State's argument before the Court.With twenty-two years on the Agriculture and Forestry Committee, sixteen years on the Appropriations Committee, and over six years on the Public Works Committee, Holland had the opportunity to support numerous programs benefiting Florida. He strongly endorsed the controversial Cross Florida Barge Canal for almost twenty years, and proposed several pieces of legislation to further the construction of that waterway. In 1947 and 1948, Holland pushed to set up the Central and South Florida Flood Control program, which was recommended by the Corps of Engineers following the 1947 hurricane and floods. He also sponsored and supported several water navigation, soil conservation, and highway projects in the state, and continued his lifelong support of the Everglades National Park. In addition, he used his ten years of service on the National Aeronautical and Space Committee to help ensure the success of the Florida space program.On a broader scope, Holland was very active on issues not directly related to Florida. He was first Senator to urge statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. He supported and actively fought for the completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway. He participated in the investigation and debate of problems associated with migrant and off-shore labor. Holland also believed in strong relations with Latin America, and was extremely proud of his work to push for the creation of an Inter-American Highway through Central America to get land access to the Panama Canal. In addition, he was a supporter of Interama and constantly endorsed legislation that would strengthen U.S. ties with Latin America.Throughout his career, Holland actively campaigned for anti-communist legislation and activities. He was a strong proponent of the Marshall Plan, NATO, and President Truman's plan to send aid to post-war Greece and Turkey in order to halt the growth of communism in that region. In the 1950s, he supported the decision to fight in Korea and voted for the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in 1964, although he later declared it a mistake on his part. Domestically, he sought to dampen the influence of organized labor, feeling that there was too much corruption and fearing the influence of communism. In 1947, he actively supported the Taft-Hartley Act in order to prevent strikes and lock-outs in vital industries, and he fought against its repeal in 1949. For the next two decades, he sponsored and supported legislation to prevent strikes and curb the abuses by labor interests.Holland's stance on the Civil Rights issue is less clear than his position on other important issues debated during his tenure in the Senate, and possibly this is as Holland intended. In fact, as Holland prepared to write an autobiography during his retirement he created lists of topics he wanted to cover and neglected to include any of the Civil Rights program, except as it related to the 1960 Democratic National Convention. Described by some as a racist and supporter of segregation, he nevertheless was not as outspoken on the issue as some of his fellow Dixiecrats. And even if Holland had favored civil rights legislation, it is unlikely he would have supported it openly for fear that he would lose the support and gain the animosity of his constituents. Holland played an active part in the 1949 and 1950 fight of Southern Senators to defeat enactment of a Civil Rights program. But when the Supreme Court handed down its landmark Brown v. Board decision in 1954, he asked the citizens of Florida to support the decision even though they might not agree with it. Less than two years later, however, he signed the Southern Manifesto criticizing the Brown decision as an abuse of judicial power. Despite the fact that he fought for several years to abolish the poll tax, finally succeeding in 1964 with the 24th Amendment, he made it clear that he was fighting political corruption rather than creating "so-called civil rights" legislation.Holland decided to retire from the Senate at the age of 78, explaining that he did not believe he could vigorously serve the interests of his constituents for a fifth full term. In 1971, he returned to his home in Bartow, Florida, to spend time with his wife and family and to work on his autobiography. He died on November 6, 1971.Sources: Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States, 1789-1978, edited by Robert Sobel and John Raimo (Westport, CN: Meckler Books), 1978. "George A. Smathers, United States Senator, 1951-1969," Oral History Interviews, Senate Historical Office, Washington, D.C. Henry, Bill, The Holland Years: WFLA-TV news director Bill Henry talks with former United States senator Spessard Holland (Tampa, FL: WFLA), 1971. Holland, Spessard L., unpublished autobiography fragments, Spessard L. Holland Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, University of Florida Libraries, ca. 1971. United States Congress, Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1996 (Alexandria, VA: CQ Staff Directories), 1997.

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Spessard Lindsey Holland's career in public service spanned approximately fifty years. A lifelong citizen of Florida, he held positions as County Judge, State Senator, Governor, and finally as a member of the U.S. Senate. A self-described "moderate conservative with a little liberalism in many areas" and a member of the Democratic Party, he appealed to a large number of voters in Florida and never lost an election throughout his career.
Spessard Lindsey Holland was born on July 10, 1892 in Bartow, Polk County, Florida, where he was raised and educated. His father, Benjamin F. Holland, was a citrus grower and abstractor, and his mother, Fannie Virginia (Spessard) Holland, was a school teacher. In 1912, he graduated with a Bachelor in Arts degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Following graduation, he taught public school in Warrenton, Georgia, until 1914 and then returned to Florida to attend the University of Florida College of Law. An active student, he served as president of the student body and editor-in-chief of the yearbook, The Seminole. He was an outstanding athlete and attracted the attention of professional teams. He was sufficiently impressive as a pitcher for the UF baseball team that manager Connie Mack offered him a position on his ball club. Holland declined because he was not very interested in becoming a professional athlete, especially at the age of 24. He decided to complete his education as a lawyer, and earned his degree in 1916. That same year, he was admitted to the bar in Florida and commenced practice in his hometown of Bartow.
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Holland joined the Army and the Coast Artillery Corps. He went to Europe with the 31st Artillery Brigade, and then transferred to the Air Force where he served with the 24th Flying Squadron in France. For his valor during combat flights, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. At the end of the war in 1919, he retired with the rank of Captain and returned to Bartow. He married Mary Alice Groover, whom he had met while on leave in Florida, and resumed the practice of law.
Holland served as prosecuting attorney of Polk County in 1919 and 1920. He next campaigned for and was elected to the position of county judge, a position he held from 1921 until 1929. Throughout the period, he continued to maintain his own law practice. In the early 1920s, he formed a partnership with W.F. Bevis establishing a firm that would last several decades and include partners such as Robert L. Hughes, Jr., and William A. McRae, Jr. In between those years spent in public office, Holland always returned to his practice in Bartow.
Holland was elected to the State Senate in 1932 and served two four-year terms until 1940. As a state senator, he was the author of several pieces of legislation related to citrus, including the Citrus Commission Act, the Frost and Freeze Forecast Act, and the Citrus Advertising Act. He voted against the repeal of the 18th Amendment because Polk County was voluntarily a dry county and his constituents had a negative reaction to the possible repeal of prohibition. He led opposition to a Florida Recovery Act issue seeking to eliminate chain stores, a controversial measure that he and his fellow opponents were successful in defeating. He also helped draft the Florida School Code and supported other acts intended to improve public schools and teacher benefits. He was a strong supporter of the Soil Conservation District Act, the Fair Trade Act, and several bills reducing or repealing taxes in the state.
During his second term, Holland's reputation grew when a filibuster to prevent a vote on controversial salary buying legislation led to physical violence on the floor of the Senate. Holland and other supporters of the legislation saw salary buying as little more than loan sharking and sought to define the practice as lending so that it could be regulated and the racketeers put out of business. At the end of the 1939 session, Sen. R. Lucas Black emerged as the leading opponent to the bill and threatened a filibuster in order to delay the roll call until the end of the session. During a recess after a day of argument on the Senate floor, Black engaged Sen. Joe Sharit, a proponent of the legislation, in a heated exchange. When Holland stepped over to intervene, Black struck Holland with his cane. Neither Holland nor Sharit retaliated, and Black later apologized for his behavior. As a result of the threatened filibuster the legislation was removed from consideration that session, but the episode served to enhance Holland's image around the state as an honorable politician.
Holland was hesitant to run for the governor's office because he was more interested in serving on the U.S. Senate and he was aware that the system of patronage appointments often hurt the chances of former governors to win a seat in the Senate. He believed that for every appointment made by a governor, there were several newly created enemies among those people who weren't appointed. However, he did decide to run for the position and began his campaign in 1939. He defeated Francis Whitehair in the 1940 Democratic gubernatorial primary and faced no Republican opponent in the general election later that year. In January 1941, he was sworn in as the 28th governor of Florida.
As a war-time governor, Holland's administration was principally concerned with Florida's defense effort during World War II. He coordinated the state's defense in close cooperation with the federal government. At his request, his brother, Frank Holland, became a principal figure in organizing the state's non-military civil defense. Under Governor Holland's leadership, the state implemented the largest road and highway construction program in its history. Primarily for defense, and built with a great deal of federal assistance, the construction greatly improved the state's transportation infrastructure and increased opportunities for development following the war.
During his four-year term, Holland led or supported several important initiatives. He established the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission as a separate agency. A stronger ad valorem tax structure was established, thereby rescuing that system of taxation. He helped form the Minimum Foundation Program for public schools, and increased state assistance to the blind and aged. As a member of the Southern Governors' Committee on Freight Rates, he led a successful fight to reduce rates. In 1944, the deed to state lands in the Everglades was executed, paving the way for the creation of the Everglades National Park. He also served on the Executive Committee of the National Governors' Conference, providing him with the opportunity to work at the national level with several individuals he would later work with during his tenure in the U.S. Senate.
Despite Holland's hesitancy in 1940 to campaign for governor because of the patronage system, his fears proved to be unwarranted. As a result of World War II, a number of people were involved in the war effort and there was less demand for positions. When his term ended in 1945, he knew that had avoided making too many enemies around the state and had a good chance at a seat in the Senate. He had been informed earlier than most that Senator Charles O. Andrews was not going to seek re-election due to poor health, thereby providing him with an opportunity in the 1946 election. He met with and received assurances from Doyle E. Carlton and J. Hardin Peterson, two prominent Florida politicians and close friends, that they would not be running in the campaign so he would not be hindering their own efforts or campaigning against them. When his term as governor ended in 1945, he returned to Bartow to practice law and begin his campaign. In the Democratic primary election in early 1940, he ran against and defeated Lex Green, Polly Rose Balfe and Henry M. Burch. In September, two months before the general election, Senator Andrews died while in office and Governor Millard Caldwell appointed Holland to complete the unexpired term. While holding this office, Holland defeated Republican J. Harry Schad and officially was elected to a full Senate term beginning in 1947.
Holland considered the ratification of the 24th Amendment, officially ending the poll tax, as one of the great successes of his Senate career. From his days in the Florida Senate, he had supported efforts to abolish the tax but had seen no progress on the issue in more than ten years. He disliked the poll tax primarily because it resulted in corrupt machine politics wherein political leaders would buy the votes of those who couldn't afford to pay the tax themselves. Holland was aware that the poll tax had a significant impact on poor African Americans, but was more interested in halting corrupt politics than in passing a piece of civil rights legislation. After witnessing the defeat of anti-poll tax legislation again and again, he decided that it could not be abolished by statute because the courts would declare such legislation unconstitutional. In fact, for this very reason he debated against such a piece of legislation in 1948 even though he supported the measures of the bill. The very next year, he proposed an amendment to the Constitution seeking to abolish the tax. For the next thirteen years, he continued to submit the amendment during each session. Finally, in 1962, the amendment was approved by Congress and submitted for ratification by the states. His long crusade to overturn the poll tax finally succeeded in 1964 with the ratification of the 24th Amendment to the Constitution.
Another long battle in which Holland eventually prevailed was the fight to pass the Tidelands Act, formally known as the Submerged Lands Act. As Governor of Florida, it had been his understanding that the federal government recognized the maritime states' ownership of the submerged lands off of their coasts. In fact, he had cooperated closely with the government and Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes whenever they sought permission to use Florida's submerged lands, so he knew that there was precedence for the federal government's recognition that these were state-owned lands. In 1945, however, Ickes led an effort to bring suit against California, and later other coastal states, disputing this ownership. The federal government wanted control of the oil available in these submerged lands and the struggle quickly became known as the Tidelands Oil affair. In 1947, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government had the right to these lands and upheld this split decision in later rulings. The states were outraged and set out to overturn this decision.
From the onset of his term Holland supported the fight to create tidelands legislation ensuring state ownership, but it proved to be a frustrating struggle. In 1951 and 1952, however, he took over the leadership of the effort and sponsored a bill that was narrowly passed in 1952. When President Truman vetoed the legislation, Holland and his supporters could not find enough votes to override the veto. With the change of Senate leadership in 1953 Holland expected to step back into a supporting role, but was surprised to find that the new Republican leadership wanted him to stay on as co-leader, along with Price Daniel of Texas. When the bill came up again in 1953, they knew that they had a good chance at victory because they had the votes in the Senate and the new Eisenhower administration was much more favorable towards the bill than Truman had been. In a desperate attempt to kill the legislation opponents in the Senate began a filibuster, during which either he or Daniels had to be on the floor every minute day or night for forty days. The filibuster failed, the bill passed, and Eisenhower signed it in 1953. Subsequently, the legislation was tested and upheld twice in the Supreme Court, and on the second occasion in 1959, Holland assisted to write Florida's briefs and closed the State's argument before the Court.
With twenty-two years on the Agriculture and Forestry Committee, sixteen years on the Appropriations Committee, and over six years on the Public Works Committee, Holland had the opportunity to support numerous programs benefiting Florida. He strongly endorsed the controversial Cross Florida Barge Canal for almost twenty years, and proposed several pieces of legislation to further the construction of that waterway. In 1947 and 1948, Holland pushed to set up the Central and South Florida Flood Control program, which was recommended by the Corps of Engineers following the 1947 hurricane and floods. He also sponsored and supported several water navigation, soil conservation, and highway projects in the state, and continued his lifelong support of the Everglades National Park. In addition, he used his ten years of service on the National Aeronautical and Space Committee to help ensure the success of the Florida space program.
On a broader scope, Holland was very active on issues not directly related to Florida. He was first Senator to urge statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. He supported and actively fought for the completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway. He participated in the investigation and debate of problems associated with migrant and off-shore labor. Holland also believed in strong relations with Latin America, and was extremely proud of his work to push for the creation of an Inter-American Highway through Central America to get land access to the Panama Canal. In addition, he was a supporter of Interama and constantly endorsed legislation that would strengthen U.S. ties with Latin America.
Throughout his career, Holland actively campaigned for anti-communist legislation and activities. He was a strong proponent of the Marshall Plan, NATO, and President Truman's plan to send aid to post-war Greece and Turkey in order to halt the growth of communism in that region. In the 1950s, he supported the decision to fight in Korea and voted for the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in 1964, although he later declared it a mistake on his part. Domestically, he sought to dampen the influence of organized labor, feeling that there was too much corruption and fearing the influence of communism. In 1947, he actively supported the Taft-Hartley Act in order to prevent strikes and lock-outs in vital industries, and he fought against its repeal in 1949. For the next two decades, he sponsored and supported legislation to prevent strikes and curb the abuses by labor interests.
Holland's stance on the Civil Rights issue is less clear than his position on other important issues debated during his tenure in the Senate, and possibly this is as Holland intended. In fact, as Holland prepared to write an autobiography during his retirement he created lists of topics he wanted to cover and neglected to include any of the Civil Rights program, except as it related to the 1960 Democratic National Convention. Described by some as a racist and supporter of segregation, he nevertheless was not as outspoken on the issue as some of his fellow Dixiecrats. And even if Holland had favored civil rights legislation, it is unlikely he would have supported it openly for fear that he would lose the support and gain the animosity of his constituents. Holland played an active part in the 1949 and 1950 fight of Southern Senators to defeat enactment of a Civil Rights program. But when the Supreme Court handed down its landmark Brown v. Board decision in 1954, he asked the citizens of Florida to support the decision even though they might not agree with it. Less than two years later, however, he signed the Southern Manifesto criticizing the Brown decision as an abuse of judicial power. Despite the fact that he fought for several years to abolish the poll tax, finally succeeding in 1964 with the 24th Amendment, he made it clear that he was fighting political corruption rather than creating "so-called civil rights" legislation.
Holland decided to retire from the Senate at the age of 78, explaining that he did not believe he could vigorously serve the interests of his constituents for a fifth full term. In 1971, he returned to his home in Bartow, Florida, to spend time with his wife and family and to work on his autobiography. He died on November 6, 1971.
Sources: Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States, 1789-1978, edited by Robert Sobel and John Raimo (Westport, CN: Meckler Books), 1978. "George A. Smathers, United States Senator, 1951-1969," Oral History Interviews, Senate Historical Office, Washington, D.C. Henry, Bill, The Holland Years: WFLA-TV news director Bill Henry talks with former United States senator Spessard Holland (Tampa, FL: WFLA), 1971. Holland, Spessard L., unpublished autobiography fragments, Spessard L. Holland Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, University of Florida Libraries, ca. 1971. United States Congress, Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1996 (Alexandria, VA: CQ Staff Directories), 1997.
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Scope and Content
The collection spans the dates 1913-1972 and primarily consists of materials accumulated by Holland during his eight years in the Florida Senate and his twenty-four years in the U.S. Senate. In addition, there are numerous personal, business, and legal files covering almost sixty years of his life. The majority of the collection is comprised of papers, although it also contains photographs, memorabilia, and manuscript material. His papers provide a fascinating perspective on several decades of the twentieth century, particularly the 1930s through the early 1970s. As with all political collections of significant size, the materials cover a wide range of subjects. Of particular interest are those events and issues that have shaped the nation and world, including World War II, organized labor, the Vietnam War, the spread of communism, the civil rights movement, the space race, and the Cold War. Prominent topics related to Florida include the citrus industry, the Everglades National Park, flood control, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, wartime defense, tidelands, and Cuba.
The collection is arranged into twenty series that document Holland's professional and personal life. Despite the grouping of materials into logical series, information on particular topics can be dispersed throughout the collection and researchers may find relevant materials in several series. For the most part, personal papers are filed separately from official papers, reflecting the filing practices employed by Holland and his staff. Therefore, the series tend to be either personal (e.g., correspondence, business papers, campaign files) or official (e.g., State Senate papers, U.S. Senate papers), although there are a few series that contain both. The Personal Files and Miscellaneous Correspondence series, for example, contain Holland's personal and family correspondence, legal files, and business papers, primarily from the 1920s and 1930s. The Florida Senate Legislative Files, spanning 1928 to 1940, contain the correspondence, legislation, and subject files from Holland's tenure in the State Senate. There are several series of campaign files covering his campaigns for the Florida Senate, the 1940 Gubernatorial election, and U.S. Senate campaigns.
Although the official papers of Holland's term as Governor of Florida (1941-1945) reside in the State Archives, the collection does contain materials created or accumulated by Holland during this period. The Gubernatorial General Correspondence series, dated 1940-1944, includes files related to Holland's inauguration and the formation of his administration and staff, as well as recommendations and solicitations for appointments. Correspondence between Holland and members of the military during World War II can be found in the Service Men's Letters series. The Miscellaneous Personal Files series, 1925-1946, primarily consists of personal correspondence, business papers, and financial material created while in office.
The largest series, the Senatorial Papers, is further divided into several sub-series according to session of Congress. Holland's Senate office originally organized his files according to the File Code of the U.S. Senate, and this arrangement has been maintained (for more information, please refer to the series description for the Senatorial Papers). Each sub-series documents his legislative activities and is comprised of official correspondence, legislation, reports, news clippings, memoranda, and subject files. Numerous topics, such as civil rights, anti-poll tax legislation, and the Cross Florida Barge Canal, span several sessions of Congress and are spread across multiple sub-series.
Photographs, speeches, press releases, and miscellaneous materials, which cover both personal and official aspects of Holland's life, are filed in separate series. A series of newspaper and newsletter clippings collected by Mary Holland, dated 1941-1970, also includes a small amount of memorabilia such as programs, invitations, and correspondence. Among the materials in the Miscellaneous series are memorabilia, articles, biographical information, certificates, and other ephemera collected or created by Holland throughout his life. Of particular interest is the autobiography Holland began preparing during his retirement in 1971.
With the exception of the Senatorial Papers series, which has its own filing scheme, the files in each series are arranged alphabetically or chronologically.
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Related Material
A collection of Spessard Lindsey Holland Papers housed in the http:www.fsu.edu~speccoll Florida State University Special Collections department is comprised of gubernatorial
papers, Senatorial campaign papers, personal correspondence dated 1940-1971, Floridiana,
membership and affiliation files, materials related to his service in World War I,
photographs, memorabilia, and files related to his retirement in 1971. In addition, The Claude Pepper Collection at Florida State University contains material related to the 1958 Pepper-Holland primary campaign as well as numerous other files pertaining to subjects common to both politicians.
The official papers of Holland's term as Governor of Florida, 1941-1945, are retained by the http:dlis.dos.state.fl.usbarmfsa.html Florida State Bureau of Archives and Records Management. In addition, the State Archives also holds the Oral History Program files of Governor Bob Graham, of which Holland was a subject.
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The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog:
source lcnaf United States. Congress -- Florida delegation.Florida. Governor (1941-1945 : Holland).United States. Congress. Senate.Florida. Legislature. Senate.
subject lcsh Florida -- Politics and government -- 1951-.
United States. Submerged Lands Act.
Poll tax -- Law and legislation -- United States.
United States. Constitution. 24th Amendment.
Civil rights -- United States.
Everglades National Park (Fla.).
Flood control -- Florida.
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (Fla.).
Citrus fruit industry -- Florida.
World War, 1939-1945.
Communism.
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.
Labor unions -- United States.
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Cross Florida Barge Canal (Fla.)
United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba.
Space race -- History.
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
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c01 series series1
Personal Files19251945 1925-1945
This series primarily contains personal and family correspondence. In
addition, there are legal and financial documents and files related to memberships and
affiliations. Correspondents include Holland's Bartow law partner, W.F. Bevis; G.B. "Gabby"
Knowles; his wife, Mary Holland; and his brother, Frank Holland. There is also a file
pertaining to the genealogy of the Spessard Family. Files are arranged
alphabetically.
c02 container box 1Bevis, W. F. (Law Partner), Kiwanis. 1927-1928
1Boy Scouts of America Flaming Arrow Council. 1935-1939
1Correspondence Friends. 1936-1942
1Genealogy, Spessard Family. 1928-1930
1Goldthwaite, George E. (taxes, Lake Placid). 1926-1945
1Groover, Katherine. 1936-1937
1Groover, Morgan K., Estate of. 1938
1Groves. 1937-1938
1Highland Park Club Charter. 1927-1928
1Holland, Frank R. 1930-1939
1Holland, Mary. 1934-1937
1Johnson and Brown, Inc. Stock Shares. 1928
1Kiwanis Club Correspondence. 1926-1939
2Knowles, G.B. "Gabby" American Legion. 1931-1939
2Leonard, L.E. (land purchase). 1926-1936
2Lewis, Frank H. (mortgage). 1925-1931
2Library, Floridiana (book dealers, libraries, etc.). 1929-1939
2Licenses, Attorney. 1933-1937
2Wilson, Borden. 1934-1939
series2
Miscellaneous Correspondence19271940 1927-1940
This series is comprised of chronological files of personal and business
papers, including personal correspondence, legislative papers, and legal documents. Although
the majority of Holland's legislative files from his tenure in the Florida State Senate can
be found in subsequent series within the collection, it should be noted that some
legislative correspondence has been intermixed with the personal and business papers found
within this series. Files are arranged chronologically.
2Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1927-1930
2Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
2Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
3Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1931
3Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
3Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939-1940
series3
Florida Senate Chronological
Correspondence19331939 1933-1939
Chronological files of Holland's correspondence during his term in the
State Senate (1932-1940). Files are arranged chronologically by year and then by
month.
8March. 1933
8April #1. 1933
8April #2. 1933
8April #3. 1933
8April #4. 1933
9May #1. 1933
9May #2. 1933
9May #3. 1933
9May #4. 1933
9June. 1933
9March. 1935
9April #1. 1935
10April #2. 1935
10April #3. 1935
10April #4. 1935
10April #5. 1935
10April #6. 1935
10May #1. 1935
11May #2. 1935
11May #3. 1935
11May #4. 1935
11April #1. 1937
11April #2. 1937
12April #3. 1937
12April #4. 1937
12May #1. 1937
12May #2. 1937
12May #3. 1937
12June. 1937
13March. 1939
13April #1. 1939
13April #2. 1939
13May #1. 1939
13May #2. 1939
14May #3. 1939
14May #4. 1939
series4
Florida Senate Legislative
Files19281940 1928-1940
This series contains the correspondence, legislation, and subject files
from Holland's tenure in the State Senate. Of particular interest are files related to the
Cross Florida Barge Canal, Alberto Camero and the gambling investigation, the Everglades
National Park, communism, the University of Florida, labor issues such as strikes and child
labor, and Sen. Robert L. Black's fight with Holland in the Senate. There are numerous files
pertaining to chain stores and the Florida Recovery Act, the Florida School Code, taxation,
and the citrus industry. Correspondents include several politicians and well-known figures
in Florida, including Fred P. Cone, Duncan U. Fletcher, Peter O. Knight, Phil May, Nathan
Mayo, Claude Pepper, J. Hardin Peterson, John Ringling, and David Sholtz. Files are arranged
alphabetically.
15Advertising Committee, Governor's All-Florida. 1935-1937
15Advisory and Planning Board. 1934
15Agricultural Exemption for Social Security. 1933-1937
15Agricultural Experiment Stations. 1933
15Agricultural Extension Service. 1933-1938
15All-Florida Protective Association. 1934-1935
15American Bar Association, committee regarding admissions to. 1933-1938
15Appropriations. 1933-1940
15Attorney General, Assistant to. 1936
15Auburndale Charter Amendment. 1939
15Aviation. 1931, 1939
15Bar Association, Florida State. 1930-1938
15Bartow Charter. Not dated
15Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
15Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
16Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1935
16Bill #259 (Wholesaler Trucking). 1939
16Bills (Miscellaneous Legislation). 1935, Not dated
16Black Incident (Sen. Robert L. Black fight with Holland). 1939
16Camero, Alberto (Investigation). 1933-1937
16Canal, Cross Florida. 1933-1939
16Canneries. 1938-1939
16Case, H.C. 1934-1936
16Century of Progress Exposition. 1932-1933
16Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1935
16Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1936
16Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1937
16Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1938
17Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1939
17Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act) Miscellaneous Information. 1935-1939
17Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1935-1938
17Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1938-1940
17Child Labor Amendment. 1936-1939
17Citrus Advertising. 1935-1937
17Citrus Bond of License. 1935-1937
18Citrus Color Added Matter. 1935-1937
18Citrus Commission. 1935-1937
18Citrus Control Committee. 1936-1937
18Citrus Field Box Legislation. 1933-1939
18Citrus Garrett, Chas. A. 1938
18Citrus Grapefruit. 1937-1939
18Citrus Growers Clearing House. 1931-1935
18Citrus Inspection Service (Bill 701). 1937-1939
18Citrus Legislation. 1930-1940
18Citrus Marketing. 1937-1939
18Citrus Marketing Act. 1935-1939
18Citrus Miscellaneous. 1932-1937
19Citrus Miscellaneous. 1937
19Citrus Miscellaneous (Reports). 1938
19Citrus Miscellaneous. 1939
19Citrus Miscellaneous. 1939
19Citrus Miscellaneous. 1937-1940
19City Charters, Senate Committee. 1935-1937
19Communism. 1935-1939
19Cone, Fred P. (Governor). 1937-1938
19Conservation, Board of. 1935-1938
20Council of State Government. 1937-1940
20County Budget Commission. 1933
20Criminal Code. 1937-1939
20Criminal Court. 1935
20Debt Refunding. 1934
20Debt Refunding. 1934
20Democratic Executive Committee. 1932-1938
20Driver's License Legislation. 1939
20Dry Cleaning and Laundry Law. 1939
20Education Association, Florida. 1935-1939
20Egg Legislation. 1933
20Emergency Relief Administration, Florida. 1934-1935
21Engagements. 1929-1931
21Engagements. 1932
21Engagements. 1933
21Engagements. 1934
21Engagements. 1935
21Engagements. 1936
21Engagements. 1937
21Engagements. 1938
22Engagements. 1939
22Everglades National Park. 1931-1937
22Fair Trade Act, Florida. 1937-1939
22Federal Housing Administration. 1934-1935
22Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22Fertilizer. 1937
22Fish and Wildlife Hunting Regulations. 1933-1939
22Fletcher, Duncan U. 1935-1936
23Forest Service, Florida. 1933-1938
23Foster, Stephen (Memorial). 1939
23Freeze in Florida. 1934
23Frost Service. 1936-1938
23Fuller's Florida Letter. 1935-1940
23Gubernatorial. 1932-1936
23Guthrie, J.B. 1938-1939
23Haines City. 1939
23Historical Records Survey. 1937-1938
24Historical Society, Florida State. 1935-1939
24Hodges, William C. 1934-1935
24Holland, Margaret or Mary (Attache Matter Senate). 1936
24Homestead Tax. 1934-1935
24Industrial Commission, Florida. 1939
24Insurance Legislation General. 1932-1939
24Insurance Legislation Title. 1932-1937
24Jackson Day Celebration. 1937-1938
24Judges (Legislation). 1933-1935
25Knight, Peter. 1932-1935
25Knight, Peter. 1936-1939
25Labor Troubles. 1937
25Laird, Hervey. 1932-1936
25Lake Hatchineha. 1935-1937
25Lake Placid Minority Report. 1933
25Lakeland Gulf Canal Co. 1933-1934
25Legislation Miscellaneous. 1930-1939
25Library, State of Florida. 1935-1939
25Liquor Laws. 1937
25Marketing Bureau, Florida. 1934-1939
25May, Phil. 1934-1939
26Mayo, Nathan. 1933-1939
26Medical Association, Florida. 1935
26Municipalities, Florida League of. 1933-1938
26Murdaugh Matter. 1933
26National Advisory Committee, World's Fair. 1937-1940
26National Economic League. 1931-1936
26National Recovery Act (NRA). 1933
26Neutrality Act. 1939
26Orange Festival. 1939
26Pensions. 1933-1938
26Pensions. 1939
27Pensions Bill Dozier. 1935-1936
27Pepper, Claude. 1938-1939
27Peterson, J. Hardin. 1934-1939
27Planning Board, Florida. 1935-1937
27Plant Board, Florida. 1933-1939
27Politics. 1928-1931
27Politics. 1932
27Politics. 1932
27Politics. 1933
27Politics. 1936
27Polk County Budget Commission. 1935
27Polk County Democratic Platform. 1934-1935
27Polk County Schools. 1935-1936
27Port St. Joe Centennial. 1938
28Proposed New Legislation. 1933
28Proposed New Legislation. 1937
28Proposed New Legislation. 1938
28Proposed New Legislation. 1939
28Public Utilities. 1933
28Railroads. 1932
28Redistricting, Judicial Courts. 1935
28Ringling, John. 1937
28Road Department. 1932-1935
28Road Department. 1936-1939
29Road Department. 1937-1939
29Rutherford, Sam. 1936-1939
29Salary Buying Bill. 1939
29School Code. 1938-1939
29School Code. 1938-1939
29School Code. 1938-1939
29School Code. 1939
29School Code. 1939
30School Code Correspondence. 1938-1940
30School Code Expenses. 1939
30School Legislation. 1933
30School Legislation. 1934-1935
30School Legislation. 1937
30Schools Correspondence. 1935-1939
30Seminole Indian Association. 1935-1937
30Senate Correspondence. 1939
30Sessions, George W., Sr. 1933-1935
30Sholtz, David (Governor). 1933-1934
30Sholtz, David (Governor). 1935-1936
31Slot Machines. 1937-1939
31Social Legislation. 1935
31Social Security Act. 1936-1937
31Social Security Act. 1937
31Soil Conservation. 1939
31Strikes. 1933
31Supreme Court, Florida. 1930-1939
31Swearington, John J. 1933
31Taxation. 1933-1936
31Taxation. 1939
32Taxation. 1939
32Taxation. 1939
32Taxes, Intangible. 1939
32Taxpayers Association, Florida. 1934-1938
32Tuberculosis. 1933-1940
32Unemployment Compensation, Florida. 1937-1939
32University of Florida. 1935-1936
32University of Florida. 1937-1938
32University of Florida. 1939
32University of Florida Correspondence with Dr. Tigert. 1932-1933
33University of Florida Experiment Station (Plant Board). 1937
33Welfare Florida State Board of Public Welfare. 1935-1939
33Welfare State Board of Social Welfare. 1935-1938
33Workmen's Compensation Act. 1931-1933
33Workmen's Compensation Act. 1934-1937
33Works Progress Administration (WPA), Florida. 1935-1938
33World Court. 1932
33WRUF Radio Station, University of Florida. 1933-1939
series5
Campaign Files General19311964 1931-1964
This series primarily is comprised of material pertaining to Holland's
campaigns for the Florida Senate. In addition, there is a small amount of papers related to
campaigns for election to the U.S. senate, although researchers should note that the
majority of the U.S. Senate campaign files are currently housed at Florida State University
in Tallahassee. Included in this series are campaign activity files, news clippings,
campaign correspondence, mailing lists, lists of key men and women in the state, support
correspondence, and congratulatory letters. Files are arranged chronologically. Papers
related to the Gubernatorial campaign in 1940 and the U.S. Senate campaign of 1946 can be
found in subsequent series within this collection. Although there are no files related to
the 1958 primary race against Claude Pepper, there are some political support files
pertaining to this race in the Senatorial Papers 85th Congress 2nd Session series. In
addition, the Claude Pepper Collection at the Florida State University has several files
related to this election.
34Campaign Correspondence. 1931-1933
34Campaign Correspondence. 1934
34Congratulations. 1936
34Congratulations. 1936
34Miscellaneous. 1936
34Miscellaneous (Lists, Clippings, etc.). 1936
34Newspaper Clippings. 1936
34Support Correspondence. March 1936
35Support Correspondence. April 1936
35Support Correspondence. May 1936
35Activities, Political Campaigns. 1956
35Miscellaneous. 1964
35Newspaper Endorsements. 1964
series6
Gubernatorial Campaign -
Correspondence19361940 1936-1940
Correspondence pertaining to the gubernatorial election in 1940. The
correspondence deals with campaign support, key men and women in cities and counties,
solicitation for appointments to state positions, scheduling appearances, etc.
Correspondents include several politicians and well-known figures in Florida, including
Charles O. Andrews, Harold Colee, LeRoy Collins, R.A. Gray, Sid Herlong, Phil May, Allen
Morris, Claude Pepper, J. Hardin Peterson, A.G. Shands, Bob Sikes, John J. Tigert, and Park
Trammell. Other correspondents include family members, friends and business partners
including Mary Holland, Frank Holland, W.A. McRae, and W.F. Bevis. There is a special
"Colored" file for African American supporters and issues. Files are arranged
alphabetically.
36Aa-Ak. 1939-1940
36Adams, Neal (Gainesville). 1940
36Albury (Key West). 1940
36Al-Ale. 1940
36Alf-Am. 1939-1940
36Allen. 1939-1940
36Allen, W.P. 1939-1940
36Andrews, Charles O. 1940
36An-Ap. 1939-1940
37Ar. 1940
37Arnold, Carrie (Pensacola). 1940
37Arnold, W.P. (Tallahassee). 1940
37Arthur, Thomas L. (Miami). 1940
37As-Az. 1940
37Ashley, J.G. (Don). 1940
37Auchter, Geo. D. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
37Axleroad, Benjamin (Miami). 1940
37Ayers, Willard. 1940
37B-Bai. 1940
37Bailey, Howard S. (Chipley). 1940
37Baird, L.R. (Venice). 1940
37Baker, John. 1940
38Baker, John H. 1940
38Bak-Ban. 1939-1940
38Ballenger, John (Lakeland). 1940
38Bar-. 1940
38Barco, Mrs. W.M. 1940
38Barnett, R. Ira (Lakeland). 1940
38Bas-Baz. 1939-1940
38Baxter, E.G. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
38Baynard. 1939-1940
39Be-Bek. 1939-1940
39Bel-Ben. 1939-1940
39Bell, Kenneth. 1939-1940
39Ber-Bez. 1939-1940
39Bi-. 1940
39Bigham, S.C. 1940
39Bl-. 1939-1940
40Blair, Alexander (Lake Placid). 1940
40Boa-Boo. 1940
40Bohanan, W.J. (Lakeland). 1940
40Bor-Boz. 1940
40Boring, Arthur R. (Plant City). 1940
40Bowe, S.J. (Orlando). 1940
40Bowman, S.H. (Clermont). 1940
40Boyd, M.M. (Ft. Myers). 1940
40Boyette, J. Ancil. 1940
40Boynton, H. Grady (Canal Point). 1940
40Br-Bre. 1939-1940
41Branch, Drew (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
41Bri-. 1939-1940
41Bright, James H. (Miami). 1940
41Bro-. 1939-1940
41Brock, Clifton. 1940
41Brooker, W.C. 1939-1940
41Brooks, Charles A. (Orlando). 1940
41Brorein, Carl D. 1940
41Brown. 1940
41Brown, Earl W. 1939-1940
41Brown, Mrs. Sam (Miami). 1940
42Bru-Bry. 1939-1940
42Bryant, Thomas W. (Lakeland). 1939-1940
42Bua-Burg. 1939-1940
42Burk-Burks. 1940
42Burnett-Burt. 1940
42Burritt, R.E. (Tampa). 1940
42Burton-Bus. 1940
42Bussy, J.R. (St. Petersburg). 1938-1940
43Butler, J. Turner (Jacksonville). 1940
43Butler, Thomas W. 1940
43Butler-Butts. 1940
43Butt, Nixon. 1940
43Byrd, C.Y. 1940
43Byrd-Byrne. 1940
43Ca-Can. 1940
43Caldwell, Stafford. 1940
43Campbell, Ophelia. 1939-1940
44Caq-Car. 1940
44Carter, William C. (Kissimmee). 1940
44Casey, Victor. 1940
44Casler, E.B., Jr. 1939-1940
44Cas-Caz. 1939-1940
44Ce-Cg. 1939-1940
44Chandler, Luther. 1939-1940
44Chase, Randell (Sanford). 1939-1940
45Chastain, Charles. 1939-1940
45Chatham, C.T. 1940
45Chillingworth, C.E. (West Palm Beach). 1939-1940
45Church, J.E. (Panama City). 1939-1940
45Ch-Ck. 1940
45Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45Clarke, Senator S.D. 1940
45Clements, Archie (Tarpon Springs). 1940
45Clements, Jim. 1940
46Coa-Cok. 1939-1940
46Codrington, C.C. 1940
46Colbert, N.A. (Sanford). 1940
46Colee, Harold. 1940
46Collier, Dr. M.A. (Wauchula). 1940
46Collins, C.R. 1939-1940
46Collins, LeRoy. 1939-1940
46Collins, Vivian. 1940
46Col-Com. 1939-1940
46Colored (African American). 1940
46Con-. 1939-1940
47Conely, T.W., Jr. (Okeechobee). 1940
47Conner, Virgil H. (Orlando). 1940
47Coo-. 1939-1940
47Cook, D. William (Miami). 1940
47Coon, I.S. 1939-1940
47Cop-Coz. 1939-1940
47Copeland, D. Graham and Paola. 1940
47Coulter, Henry B. 1940
47Cox, James A. (Miami Beach). 1940
47Cr-. 1939-1940
48Crawford, Dolly M. 1940
48Crawford, Geo. G. (Doc). 1940
48Crawford, Warren (Merritt Island). 1940
48Creekmore, Dr. G.R. 1940
48Creswell, Mrs. Norma. 1940
48Crofton, L.C. (Titusville). 1940
48Cu-Cy. 1940
48Curry, C.H. (Quincy). 1939-1940
48Da-Dan. 1939-1940
48Dar-Daz. 1939-1940
48Daugherty, Ralph E. (Senator Charles O. Andrews office). 1939-1940
48Davis. 1939-1940
49Day, L.J. 1940
49De-Dem. 1939-1940
49Denison, E.O. 1940
49Den-Dez. 1940
49DeVeer, Frank. 1939-1940
49Di-. 1940
49Do-. 1940
49Douglas, H.B. 1940
50Dowling, R.L. 1940
50Dr-Dt. 1940
50Duncan, J. Reynolds (Orlando). 1940
50Dunn, Eula E. (Pomona). 1940
50Du-Dz. 1940
50Ea-Ed. 1939-1940
50Edwards, Ray O. 1940
50Ee-Em. 1940
51Ellis, Sam. 1940
51En-Eo. 1939-1940
51Ep-Es. 1939-1940
51Et-Ez. 1939-1940
51Ezell, Rev. H.L. (Wildwood). 1939-1940
51Fa-Fd. 1940
51Farrior, J. Rex (Tampa). 1939-1940
51Faulk, John Hughey (Chipley). 1939-1940
51Fe-. 1940
52Fi-Fm. 1939-1940
52Fo-. 1939-1940
52Fr-. 1940
52Franklin, J.A. (Ft. Myers). 1939-1940
52Freeman, W.A. (Tampa). 1940
52Frohock, J.A. 1939-1940
52Fu-Fz. 1939-1940
52Fuller, M.B. 1940
53Fuller's Florida Letter by Walter Fuller. 1939-1940
53Fullerton, Geo. I. (New Smyrna Beach). 1939-1940
53Fusillo, Paul (Clearwater). 1940
53Futch, Eli (Gainesville). 1940
53Ga. 1940
53Gaddy, R.L. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
53Gardiner, W.J. (Daytona Beach). 1940
53Ge-Gh. 1940
53Getzen, J.C., Jr. 1940
53Getzen, Samuel Wyche (Gainesville). 1940
53Getzen, Thompson H. (Dade City). 1940
54Gi. 1940
54Gibbs, Elva. 1940
54Gillis, D. Stuart (Defuniak Springs). 1939-1940
54Gl-Go. 1939-1940
54Goldthwaite, George (New York). 1940
54Goodwin, W.C. (Chipley). 1940
54Gra-. 1939-1940
55Grace, H.L. (Graceville). 1940
55Graham, Ernest R. (Hialeah). 1939-1940
55Gray, R.A. 1939-1940
55Gray, W.L. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55Gre-. 1939-1940
55Green, Alfred (Daytona Beach). 1939-1940
55Greenholph, Captain Jos. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55Gri-. 1940
55Grimes, Glenn (Bradenton). 1939-1940
56Gro-Gz. 1940
56Gross, George G. (Tallahassee). 1940
56Guyton, Charles M. (Marianna). 1940
56Ha-Hal. 1939-1940
56Hagler, Conner (Pensacola). 1940
56Hall, M. Lewis (Miami). 1939-1940
56Hallman, Roy. 1939-1940
56Ham-. 1940
56Hamilton, C. Rupert (Milton). 1939-1940
57Han-. 1939-1940
57Hankins, Maxwell. 1940
57Harb-Harp. 1939-1940
57Hardesty, Homer. 1940
57Harris. 1940
57Harris, Lester (Orlando). 1939-1940
57Harr-Harz. 1940
57Hart, P. John. 1940
58Has-Haz. 1939-1940
58Hatton, Bob. 1940
58Hatton, L. Alex (Bradenton). 1940
58Hatton, Rondo (Hollywood). 1940
58Hazen, Alph A. (Orlando). 1940
58Hazen, Purvis (Brooker). 1940
58Hea-Hem. 1938-1940
58Heaton, Wendell C. (Tallahassee). 1940
58Hector, H.H., and H.B. Fultz (Miami). 1939-1940
58Helfenstein, Charles P. 1940
58Hen-Hez. 1939-1940
59Herlong, A.S., Sr. (Leesburg). 1940
59Hethcox, Hartley H. (Umatilla). 1940
59Hia-Hik. 1940
59Hiatt, P.N. (West Palm Beach). 1940
59Hicks, J.A. 1940
59Hil-Hiz. 1940
59Hildreth, J.K. 1940
59Hilburn, Senator S.J. (Palatka). 1940
59Hill, William L. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
59Hitchings, C.E. 1940
60Hoa-Hoi. 1940
60Hodges, T.R. 1940
60Hol-. 1940
60Holbrook, F.M. (Panama City). 1940
60Holland, Frank L. 1940
60Holland, Frank L. Copies. 1940
61Holland, Mary. 1940
61Holloway, C.C. (Florida Poultryman and Stockman). 1940
61Holt, George E. (Miami). 1940
61Hom-Hou. 1940
61How-Hoz. 1940
61Howell, P.B. 1940
61Hu-Hul. 1939-1940
62Hum-Hz. 1940
62Humphrey, Mac. 1940
62Hunt, J.H. (White Springs). 1940
62Hurst, J.T. 1940
62Hyde, Bolivar H. (St. Petersburg). 1940
62I-. 1940
62Ingle, J.P. (Jacksonville). 1940
62Ja-Jd. 1939-1940
62Jackson, Omar (Tampa). 1940
62Je-. 1939-1940
62Jennings, Mrs. W.S. 1940
62Ji-Joh. 1940
63Johnson, Hunter (Jacksonville). 1940
63Johnson, Steve E. (Lake Butler). 1940
63Johnson, W.H.S. (Crescent City). 1940
63Johnson and Johnson. 1939-1940
63Joh-Joi. 1936-1940
63Jones, Claud. 1940
63Jones, Judge W.R. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
63Joo-Jz. 1940
64Ka-. 1940
64Kanner, A.O. (Stuart). 1940
64Kea-Kei. 1939-1940
64Keisacker, Frank T. (Coral Gables). 1940
64Kel-Kez. 1939-1940
64Kia-Kin. 1939-1940
64Kio-Kiz. 1940
64Kl-Kn. 1939-1940
65Knowles, G.B. (Bradenton). 1939-1940
65Ko-Kz. 1939-1940
65La-Lam. 1939-1940
65Lambright, E.D. (Tampa). 1940
65Lamme, Vernon. 1939-1940
65Lan-. 1939-1940
65Lanier, Belton (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65Lanier, J.C. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65Lanier, W.B. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65Lao-Laz. 1939-1940
65Lavin, John S. 1939-1940
65Lay, E.T. (Jacksonville). 1937-1940
66Lea-Lee. 1939-1940
66Ledbetter, Chas. B., Jr. 1940
66Lef-Lez. 1940
66Lehmann, Karl (Tavares). 1940
66Leitner, Sumter. 1940
66Leonard, Capt. H.L. 1940
66Li-Ln. 1939-1940
66Lloyd, John U. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
67Lloyd, N.D. (Belle Glade). 1940
67Lo-. 1939-1940
67Lo-. 1939-1940
67Love, James T. (Quincy). 1940
67Lowry, General Sumter L. (Jacksonville). 1940
67Lu-Lz. 1940
67Mac-. 1939-1940
67MacCanon, Vivien I. (Alva). 1940
68Mack, E.L. 1939-1940
68Mahorner, Sue (WPA, Jacksonville). 1940
68Mar-. 1939-1940
68Marks, Paul H. (Miami). 1940
68Mas-Mat. 1939-1940
68Mason, Ernest (Pensacola). 1940
69Massey, Frank (Dade City). 1940
69Mattocks, J.E. (Orlando). 1940
69Mau-Maz. 1940
69May, Phil S. 1939-1940
69Maynor, Wm. H. 1940
69Mayo, Nathan. 1939-1940
69Mc-McCl. 1939-1940
69McArthur, Hugh. 1940
69McCarty, Dan (Ft. Pierce). 1939-1940
69McCo-McD. 1939-1940
70McDonald, H.L. (Orlando). 1939-1940
70McDonald, W.R. (Exec. Secretary, Southern Governors' Conference, Atlanta). 1940
70McE-McI. 1940
70McKay, Kenneth I. (Tampa). 1940
70McK-. 1940
70McL-. 1939-1940
70McRae, W.A., Jr. 1939-1940
70McM-McZ. 1939-1940
71Me-Mh. 1939-1940
71Mears, Patrick H. (Tallahassee). 1940
71Melton, G.T. "Doc". 1940
71Messer, James, Jr. 1940
71Mi-Mil. 1939-1940
71Miller, Dr. V.H. 1940
71Milton, John. 1939-1940
71Milton, Lawrence R. 1939-1940
71Mim-Miz. 1939-1940
71Minton, O.C. 1939-1940
72Moa-Mon. 1940
72Monroe, George W. 1940
72Moo-Mop. 1939-1940
72Moon, Dr. W.B. 1940
72Moor, Frank D. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
72Mor-. 1939-1940
72Morgan, Keith (New York). 1940
72Morris, Allen. 1940
72Morrow, Chas. J. 1939
72Mos-Moz. 1939-1940
72Mu-Mz. 1939-1940
72Murphy, Henry G. (Zolfo Springs). 1938-1940
73Na-Ne. 1940
73Newell, J.P. 1940
73Ni-Nz. 1939-1940
73Nicholson, Delmar. 1940
73Nicholson, Ralph (Tampa). 1940
73Oa-Or. 1939-1940
73Odom, Ralph. 1940
73Ohlinger, Fred A. (Ocala). 1940
73Oliver, Mrs. J.C. (Punta Gorda). 1940
74Os-Oz. 1939-1940
74Overman, C.H. (Bagdad). 1940
74Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
74Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1940
74Pa-Paq. 1939-1940
74Par-. 1939-1940
74Parish, Theodore D. (Vernon). 1940
74Parker, Fred P. (Mayo). 1939-1940
74Parker, Robert (Tallahassee). 1940
75Pat-Paz. 1939-1940
75Patience, Roy (Crescent City). 1940
75Pea-Pei. 1939-1940
75Peacock, Judge. 1940
75Peacock, Sam C. (Umatilla). 1940
75Peeples, J.H. (Moore Haven). 1940
75Pel-Pez. 1939-1940
75Perkins, Frances (Washington, D.C.). 1940
75Peterson, J. Hardin. 1940
75Petteway, Lewis W. 1940
75Pettyjohn, J.W. (Jacksonville). 1940
76Pf-Pi. 1939-1940
76Pj-Po. 1939-1940
76Powell, Tate, Jr. 1939-1940
76Pr-Prin. 1939-1940
76Prit-Pz. 1939-1940
77Purvia, Mae. 1939-1940
77Q. 1939-1940
77Ra-Rd. 1940
77Ramsey, Ernest (Key West). 1940
77Raney, George P. (Tampa). 1940
77Re-Rg. 1939-1940
77Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78Rice, S.E. 1940
78Roa-Rod. 1940
78Roa-Rod. 1940
78Roberts, Q.I. (Green Cove Springs). 1940
78Robbins, Bruce (Tampa). 1939-1940
78Roe-Roo. 1939-1940
78Rood, E.D. 1939-1940
78Rop-Ros. 1940
79Rot-Roz. 1940
79Rp-Rz. 1940
79Ruble, Dr. J.L. (Orlando). 1940
79Sa-. 1940
79Sarra, Lamar. 1940
79Saxon, Frank (Brooksville). 1940
79So-. 1940
80Scott, T.T. 1940
80Se-. 1940
80Sellers, Tim (Leesburg). 1940
80Senna, Charles, Jr. (Graceville). 1940
80Sha-. 1940
80Shackleford, T.M., Jr. 1939-1940
80Shands, A.G. (Jacksonville). 1940
80Sharit, Joe L. (Port St. Joe). 1940
80Shaw, Lynn E. 1940
80She-. 1940
80Sheldon, Raymond. 1940
80Shelley, Paul. 1940
81Shi-. 1940
81Sho-Shz. 1940
81Sie-Sim. 1940
81Sikes, Bob (Crestview). 1940
81Sims, E.D. 1940
81Sims, V.A. 1940
81Sn-Sl. 1940
81Sm-. 1940
81Smith A to K. 1940
81Smith A to K. 1940
82Smith, Claude H. 1940
82Smith, Eldridge. 1940
82Smith, Hill A. 1940
82Smith L to Z. 1940
82Sn-So. 1940
82Snedigar, Louis F. (Miami). 1940
82Sp-Ss. 1940
82Sta-. 1940
83Ste-. 1940
83Stevens, Wallace (Hollywood). 1940
83Stewart, Chas M. 1940
83Sti-Sto. 1940
83Stinson, W.I. 1940
83Str-Stz. 1940
83Su-Sz. 1940
83Su-Sz. 1940
83Ta-Tap. 1940
83Tar-Taz. 1940
84Taylor, Clyde (Jacksonville). 1940
84Taylor, J.T. (Lake Placid). 1940
84Te-. 1940
84Texada, J.A., Jr. (Gainesville). 1940
84Th-. 1940
84Th-. 1940
84Thrasher, Charles S. (Daytona Beach). 1940
84Ti-. 1940
84Tigert, John J. (Gainesville). 1940
84Tilden, W.L. (Orlando). 1940
84Tippetts, William B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
84Toa-Toz. 1940
84Tobb, E.G. (Avon Park). 1940
85Tr-Tt. 1940
85Trammell, Park (Blountstown). 1940
85Treadway, Chester B. (Orlando). 1940
85Treadwell. 1940
85Tu-Ture. 1940
85Tully, C. Ray. 1940
85Turn-. 1940
85Turnbull, T.T. (Daytona Beach). 1940
85Turner, C. Davis (Marianna). 1940
85Tut-Tz. 1940
85U. 1940
86Uman, Morrice S. (Tampa). 1940
86Underwood, Herbert (Palatka). 1940
86V. 1940
86V. 1940
86Valdes, Albert C. (Winter Garden). 1940
86Vaugh, W.G. 1940
86Versaggi, John (St. Augustine). 1940
86Wa-War. 1940
86Waff, Aubrey L. (Williston). 1940
86Wal-Walk. 1940
86Walden, J. Irvin (Sarasota). 1940
86Walker, Donald (Orlando). 1940
86Wall-Walz. 1940
86Wand, J.B. 1940
87War. 1940
87Ward, C. Fred (Winter Park). 1940
87Warren, Cecil (Miami). 1940
87Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87Warwick, G.W. (Coral Gables). 1940
87Was-Waz. 1940
87Washburn, Harry. 1940
87Watson, J. Tom (Tampa). 1940
87Watts, Olin E. (Jacksonville). 1940
87We-Wek. 1940
87Weeks, Inman W. 1940
88Wel-Wer. 1940
88Wells, Mrs. J. Ralston. 1940
88Wes-Wez. 1940
88West, T. Franklin (Milton). 1940
88Wha-White. 1940
88White, Joe S. (West Palm Beach). 1940
88Whitf-Wiz. 1940
88Wia-Wik. 1940
88Wila-Wilk. 1940
89Will-. 1940
89Williams A to G. 1940
89Williams H to Z. 1940
89Williams, Boyce A. (Tavares). 1940
89Williams, George B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
89Wils-. 1940
89Wilson, Dudley S. (Ocoee). 1940
89Wilson, Joseph T. (Milton). 1940
89Wilson, Woodrow D. (Titusville). 1940
89Wim-Wiz. 1940
89Wirt, Theron E. (Tampa). 1940
90Woa-Wood. 1940
90Wooda-Woz. 1940
90Worthington, Mrs. Bert. 1940
90Woodward, C.C. 1940
90Wr-Wz. 1940
90Wright, Frank. 1940
90Y. 1940
90Yearwood, J.R. (Miami). 1940
90Yon, James W. (Bill). 1940
90Yon, Terrell. 1940
90Yonge, J.E. (Miami). 1940
90Young, C.W. (Lake City). 1940
90Z. 1940
series7
Gubernatorial Campaign Ledger Books Regarding Appointees to State
Positions1940 1940
Alphabetical ledger books containing information regarding individuals
seeking appointment to state positions once Holland was elected Governor of Florida. The
information sheets within each ledger are arranged alphabetically according to departments
and offices of the state government. Each sheet typically contains the name of the
individual, the appointment they are seeking, and any special notes about the
appointment.
91A-F. 1940
91G-H. 1940
92I-M. 1940
92M-R. 1940
93R-Z. 1940
series8
Gubernatorial Campaign General
Files19331940 1933-1940
This series is comprised of miscellaneous files pertaining to the 1940
Gubernatorial campaign. Included are advertisements and campaign literature, itineraries,
radio files, form letters, news clippings, press releases, correspondence with key men and
supporters on various issues, editorials, Holland's platform, and campaign activity files.
There are numerous campaign issue and subject files, including national defense, citrus,
racing, chain stores and the Florida Recovery Act, health care, the Everglades, taxes,
unemployment, and education. In addition, there are several files of newspaper clippings
pertaining to campaign opponents, including Francis Whitehair, B.F. Paty, Fuller Warren, and
Walter Fraser. Files are arranged alphabetically.
94Advertisements. 1940
94Advertising. 1939
94Advertising. 1940
94Advertising, R.T. Arnold Printing and Label. 1940
94Ad Valorem Tax File. 1940
94Alpha Tau Omega. 1940
94Associated Press. 1940
94Better Business Association. 1940
94Bulletins/Publications. 1940
94Chain Stores Memo, Requests for. 1940
95Citrus. 1940
95Conservation. 1940
95Dentists. 1940
95Dependent Children. 1940
95Doctors. 1940
95Druggists-Pharmacists. 1937-1940
95Editorials. 1940
95Educational. 1940
95Everglades National Park. 1939-1940
95Fishing. 1940
95Florida Cattleman. 1940
95Florida Recovery Act (Anti-Chain Store). 1940
96Form Letters. 1940
96General. 1940
96General Election Literature. 1940
96Gross Receipts Tax. 1940
96Handbills and Speech Advertisements. 1940
96Hardesty All Radio Speeches. 1940
96Holland-for-Governor Club. 1939-1940
96Holland Itinerary. 1940
96Holland Radio. 1940
97Jackson Day Celebration Audit. 1940
97Jacksonville Letter Shop Advertisements. 1940
97Key Men Wires. 1940
97Legislative Reports (Florida Federation of Labor). 1933-1940
97Legislative Records and Lists. 1933-1940
97Letters to Editors. 1940
97List of Various Personnel Throughout the State. 1940
97Livestock. 1940
97Merchants License Tax Legislation Two Year Limitation. 1940
97Miscellaneous. 1940
97Miscellaneous. 1940
97Miscellaneous. 1940
97National Defense. 1940
98News Clippings Citrus Industry. 1940
98News Clippings Florida Magazine. 1940
98News Clippings Florida State News, Tallahassee. 1939-1940
98News Clippings Florida Times Union, Jacksonville. 1939-1940
98News Clippings Fort Myers News-Press. 1939-1940
98News Clippings The Independent, St. Petersburg. 1939-1940
98News Clippings La Gaceta, Tampa. 1940
98News Clippings La Traduccion, Tampa. 1939-1940
98News Clippings Lakeland Ledger and Star Telegram. 1939-1940
98News Clippings Lakeland News. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Miami Daily News. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Miami Herald. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Ocala Banner. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Ocala Star. 1940
99News Clippings Orlando Morning Sentinel. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Orlando Times. 1939-1940
99News Clippings Pensacola News-Journal. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Polk County Democrat, Bartow. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Polk County Record, Bartow. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Polk County Record, Bartow. 1939-1940
100News Clippings St. Petersburg Times. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Tallahassee Democrat. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Tampa Daily Times. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Tampa Morning Tribune. 1939-1940
100News Clippings Winter Haven Chief. 1939-1940
101Newspaper Clippings General. 1939-1940
101Newspaper Clippings A-C. 1940
101Newspaper Clippings D-E. 1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Barbee. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Clancy, John H. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Fraser, Walter. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Jones, E.Z. 1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Maples, Carl. 1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Schoepf, Burton. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Paty, B.F. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Touch, Fred. 1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Walker, Hans. 1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Warren, Fuller. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Whitehair, Francis P. 1939-1940
102Newspaper Clippings on Opponents Williams, P.E. 1940
103Newspaper List. 1939-1940
103Office Wires. 1940
103Old Age Assistance. 1940
103Old Age Pension, Request for Special Session. 1940
103Other Candidates. 1940
103Platform File Political. 1939-1940
103Poague, L.G. (Tampa). 1939-1940
103Polk County Club, Bob Hatton. 1940
103Press Releases and Statements. 1939-1940
104Propaganda. 1939-1940
104Publicity and Advertising Supplies. 1939-1940
104Racing Commission. 1940
104Radio. 1939-1940
104Railroad. 1940
104Salary Buying (Lawrence Kelder). 1940
104School Teachers. 1940
104Social Security. 1940
104Sound Truck Advertising and Publicity. 1939-1940
104Speakers Bureau. 1940
104Special Letter File Leo P. Kitchen. 1940
105State Road Department. 1940
105Support (Form Letters). 1940
105Tax (General). 1940
105Tax Inquiry Council. 1939-1940
105Townsend. 1940
105Tubercular Rehabilitation. 1940
105Unemployment Compensation. 1940
105Unemployment Insurance. 1940
105University of Florida, Gainesville. 1940
105Voting Precincts, Polk County. 1940
105Wash Sheds. 1940
105Wester, Ralph and Woodrow (Pardons). 1940
105Work Projects Administration (WPA). 1940
series9
Service Men's Letters19411945 1941-1945
Correspondence between Governor Holland and members of the military during
World War II. The letters generally discuss matters related to the war and issues affecting
the State of Florida. Files are arranged alphabetically.
106Christmas Cards. 1944
106A. 1941-1945
106B. 1941-1945
106C. 1941-1945
106D. 1941-1945
106E. 1941-1945
106F. 1941-1945
107G. 1941-1945
107H. 1941-1945
107I. 1941-1945
107J. 1941-1945
107K. 1941-1945
107L. 1941-1945
108M. 1941-1945
108Mc. 1941-1945
108Miscellaneous. 1941-1945
108N. 1941-1945
108O. 1941-1945
108P. 1941-1945
108Q. 1941-1945
109R. 1941-1945
109S. 1941-1945
109Shelley, Paul. 1941-1945
109T. 1941-1945
109U-V. 1941-1945
109W. 1941-1945
109X-Y-Z. 1941-1945
series10
General Correspondence During Gubernatorial
Term19401944 1940-1944
This series primarily contains Holland's personal correspondence during his
tenure as Governor of Florida. In addition, there are files related to Holland's
establishment of his administration, his inauguration, committee recommendations,
appointments, and the gubernatorial staff. There is a great deal of correspondence between
Holland and his brother, Frank Holland. Types of materials and topics covered include
editorials, memberships and affiliations, the system of patronage, the Southern Governors
Conference, civil defense, gifts received, and the removal of Sheriff Walter R. Clark. Files
are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically within each
year.
110Appointment Congratulations. 1941
110Committee Recommendations. 1940-1941
110Committee Recommendations Alachua County, Returns by County. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Brevard County. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Broward, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Columbia Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Capitol Center. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Dade County. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Duval County. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Escambia, Hardee, Hernando Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Franklin, Wauchula, Liberty Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Hillsborough County. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Lafayette, Dixie, Taylor Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Lake, Leon, Levy, Liberty Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Madison, Manatee, Marion, Monroe Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Nassau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam Counties. 1940-1941
110Committee Recommendations St. Lucie, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Seminole Counties. 1941
110Committee Recommendations Taylor, Volusia, Wakulla, Washington Counties. 1940-1941
111Congratulations on Appointments, Thank Yous for Appointments. 1941
111Congratulations on Message. 1941
111Editorials and Comments. 1941
111Gifts. 1941
111Governor's Car. 1941
111Governor's Car. 1941
112Governor's Staff. 1941
112Governor's Staff. 1941
112Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1941
112Inaugural Address, Requests for. 1941
112Inauguration. 1941
112Invitations, Miscellaneous. 1941
112Invitations, Miscellaneous. 1941
112Kicks. 1941
112President's Inauguration. 1941
113Appointment Congratulations. 1942
113B. 1942
113C. 1942
113D-E. 1942
113Editorials. 1942
113F-G. 1942
113Governor's Staff. 1942
113Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1942
113H. 1942
113J. 1942
113K. 1942
113Kicks. 1942
114M. 1942
114Memberships. 1942
114N-P. 1942
114Political. 1942
114R. 1942
114Road and Bridge Debt. 1942
114Southern Governors Conference. 1942
115A. 1943
115B. 1943
115C. 1943
115Civil Defense. 1943
115Clark, Walter R. (Sheriff), Removal of. 1943
115Congratulations/Thank Yous for Appointments. 1943
115E. 1943
115Editorials. 1943
115F. 1943
115Gifts. 1943
115H. 1943
116Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1943
116J-K. 1943
116Key Men. 1943
116Kicks. 1943
116M. 1943
116Memberships. 1943
116N-P. 1943
116S. 1943
116Schools. 1943
116St. Augustine Trio. 1942-1943
116Tobacco Tax Laws. 1943
116W. 1943
117A. 1944
117B. 1944
117C. 1944
117Congratulations and Thanks for Appointments as Governor. 1944
117Congratulations on Administration as Governor. 1944
117D. 1944
117Editorials. 1944
117F-G. 1944
117Gifts. 1944
117Governors Conference. 1944
117Governor's Staff. 1944
117H. 1944
118Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1944
118J-K. 1944
118L-M. 1944
118Memberships. 1944
118Patronage List from Departments. 1944
118S-T. 1944
118W. 1944
118Warren, Fuller. 1944
series11
Miscellaneous Personal Files19251946 1925-1946
The bulk of this series covers Holland's tenure as Governor of Florida,
1941-1945. The series primarily is comprised of personal correspondence, business papers,
and financial files. Individuals and organizations include Frank Holland, W.F. Bevis, Emory
University, the Florida Historical Society, the Florida State Chamber of Commerce, the
Governors Conference, and the University of Florida. Topics include education and public
schools, Holland's collection of books on Floridiana, circuit court, and legal cases.
Holland's income tax files, dated 1925 to 1944, are also included. Files are arranged
alphabetically.
119A. 1938-1944
119B. 1938-1944
119Bevis, W.F. 1941-1944
119C. 1938-1944
119Calendar. 1943-1944
119Circuit Judge 10th Judicial Court. 1945
119D. 1941-1944
119Emory University Alumni. 1944
119Florida Economic Advancement Council (W.D. Outman, Director). 1943-1945
119Florida Historical Society. 1940
119Florida State Chamber of Commerce (Leonard K. Thomson, President). 1945
119Floridiana. 1941-1944
120G. 1940-1944
120Gore, R.H. v. Curtis Publishing Co. 1945
120Governors Conference. 1945
120Governor's Staff. 1944
120H. 1940-1944
120Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1941-1942
120Income Tax. 1925-1934
120Income Tax. 1935-1941
120Income Tax. 1942
121Income Tax. 1943
121Income Tax. 1944
121J-M. 1943-1944
121P. 1939-1944
121R. 1942-1944
121S. 1941-1944
121School Matters. 1945-1946
121Schools. 1944
121Securities and Exchange Commission. 1946
121T. 1943-1944
121University of Florida. 1945
121W. 1939-1944
series12
Campaign Files 1946 Senate
Campaign19431946 1943-1946
Correspondence pertaining to the U.S. Senate election in 1946. The
correspondence deals with campaign support, key men and women, "Anti-Holland" efforts,
campaign issues, the Holland platform, itineraries and engagements, advertising, and the
press. Correspondents include Phil May, C.M. Guyton, G. Knowles, and W.H. Hamilton. In
addition to the correspondence, there are several files of news clippings, press releases,
radio scripts, and campaign literature. There are several files of news clippings and
correspondence pertaining to campaign opponents, including Lex Green, Polly Rose Balfe,
Henry Burch, and Harry Schad. Files are arranged alphabetically.
122Anti-Hollanders. 1946
122Biographical Information. 1946
122Candidates Primary. 1946
122Cigarette Tax Correspondence. 1946
122Correspondence A-An. 1945-1946
122Correspondence Ap-Az. 1946
122Correspondence Ba-Bay. 1946
122Correspondence Baker, John G. 1945-1946
122Correspondence Be-Bl. 1946
122Correspondence Bedingfield, J.G. 1946
122Correspondence Bo-Bre. 1946
123Correspondence Brooker, William C. 1945-1946
123Correspondence Brow-By. 1945-1946
123Correspondence Butler, J. Turner. 1945-1946
123Correspondence Ca-Caw. 1946
123Correspondence Carroll, N. Ray. 1943-1946
123Correspondence Ch-Col. 1946
123Correspondence Com-Cu. 1946
123Correspondence Da-De. 1946
124Correspondence Dawe, Grosvenor. 1945-1946
124Correspondence Di-Dy. 1946
124Correspondence E. 1946
124Correspondence F. 1946
124Correspondence Ga-Gi. 1946
124Correspondence Go-Gw. 1946
124Correspondence Guyton, C.M. 1945-1946
124Correspondence Hall, M. Lewis. 1945-1946
125Correspondence Ha-He. 1946
125Correspondence Hedrick, F. Cleveland. 1946
125Correspondence Hi-Hy. 1946
125Correspondence I-J. 1946
125Correspondence K. 1946
125Correspondence Knowles, G.R. 1944-1946
125Correspondence La-Le. 1946
125Correspondence Lindsey, Ben. 1946
126Correspondence Li-Ly. 1946
126Correspondence Lurton, Harry. 1946
126Correspondence Ma. 1946
126Correspondence Marchant, J.P. 1945-1946
126Correspondence May, Phil S. 1944-1946
126Correspondence Mc. 1946
126Correspondence McClure, J. Robert. 1945-1946
126Correspondence Me-My. 1946
126Correspondence Messer, James. 1945-1946
127Correspondence N. 1946
127Correspondence Newspapers A-E. 1945-1946
127Correspondence Newspapers F-H. 1945-1946
127Correspondence Newspapers J-M. 1945-1946
127Correspondence Newspapers N-P. 1945-1946
127Correspondence Newspapers R-Z. 1945-1946
128Correspondence O. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Pa-Ph. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Pi-Py. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Ra-Ri. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Ro-Ry. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Sa-Se. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Sapp, Herbert. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Sh-Sl. 1945-1946
128Correspondence Shipp, R.L. 1945-1946
129Correspondence Sm-Sp. 1945-1946
129Correspondence St-Sw. 1945-1946
129Correspondence Stanly, W.A. (Spic). 1946
129Correspondence T. 1945-1946
129Correspondence U-V. 1946
129Correspondence Wa. 1945-1946
129Correspondence We-Wy. 1945-1946
129Correspondence Williams, Boyce. 1945-1946
129Correspondence Y-Z. 1945-1946
130Forged Check Correspondence. 1946
130Form Letters. 1946
130Green, Lex. 1946
130Holland for Senator Clubs. 1946
130Hamilton, W.H. (Winter Haven). 1946
130Holland Platform. 1946
130Itineraries. 1946
130Key Man File. 1946
130Key Man List. 1946
130Lt. Colonel List. 1946
131Lists of School Teachers. 1945-1946
131Miscellaneous Advertising. 1946
131Newspapers Clippings Anti-Holland. 1946
131Newspapers Clippings Balfe, Polly Rose (Opponent). 1946
131Newspapers Clippings Burch, Henry (Opponent). 1946
131Newspapers Clippings Green, Lex (Opponent). 1946
131Newspapers Clippings Schad, Harry (Republican Candidate). 1945-1946
132Newspapers Clippings. June-November 1945
132Newspapers Clippings. December 1945-January 1946
133Newspapers Clippings. February-March 1946
133Newspapers Clippings. March 1946
134Newspapers Clippings. April 1946
135Newspapers Clippings. May 1946
136Newspapers Clippings. June-September 1946
137Pamphlet. 1946
137Press Comments on Campaign. 1946
137Press Releases. 1945-1946
137Radio Publicity. 1945-1946
137Radio Scripts Holland Speakers. 1946
137Radio Time. 1945-1946
137Speakers Bureau. 1946
series13
Senatorial Papers
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to Holland's service in the U.S. Senate from 1946 to 1971. This series
is organized into several sub-series according to Congress and session. Within each session
sub-series, it should be noted that the date span covered by the materials exceeds the date
span for that session of Congress. For example, a file related to a 1946 piece of
legislation may contain reports and other material dating from the late 1930s or early
1940s, which predate the 80th Congress 1st Session sub-series in which the file is located.
Although Holland's activities on numerous committees are documented in part by this series,
the official committee records are maintained by the federal government.
The files in this series were originally arranged according to the File Code of the U.S.
Senate. Under this scheme, each branch of the government and the various offices and
departments under each branch were assigned a particular number. For example, the President
was assigned Filing Code 1, the State Department was assigned Filing Code 2, the Treasury
Department was assigned Filing Code 3, etc. Although the filing code numbers are no longer
maintained in this finding aid to the Holland Papers, the arrangement still exists. As such,
files dealing with the President are located at the beginning of each sub-series, followed
by the State Department, followed by the Treasury Department, and so on.
subseries series13a
Senatorial Papers 80th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the Army Engineers and flood control and drainage districts, the Florida East Coast
Railway, labor legislation, sugar quotas and problems, rent control, the War Assets
Administration and various air fields and bases in Florida, socialized medicine, and the
Everglades. There are several files pertaining to post-war foreign policy, including the
Marshall Plan, Palestine, the United Nations, foreign relief, and Greece and
Turkey.
c03 138President. 1945-1947
138State Department. September 1946-June 1947
138State Department. July-December 1947
138Treasury Department. 1946-1947
138Treasury Department Bureau of Customs. 1946-1947
138Treasury Department Customs House at Miami. 1946-1947
138Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. 1946-1947
138Treasury Department Coast Guard Service. 1945-1947
139War Department. September 1946-March 1947
139War Department. April-July 1947
139War Department. August-December 1947
139War Department Army Marketing System (Quartermaster Depot, Orlando). 1947
139War Department Army Reserve Training Program. 1947
139War Department Camp Blanding. 1947
139War Department Morrison Homes, West Palm Beach. 1947
139War Department Orlando Army Air Base. 1947
139War Department Army Engineers General (Including Florida Rivers and Harbors Projects). 1946-1947
139War Department Army Engineers Flood Control (Statewide). 1947
139War Department Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1946-1947
139War Department Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1946-1947
139War Department Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1946-1947
139War Department Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1947
140War Department Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1947
140War Department Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1946-1947
140War Department Army Engineers Everglades Drainage District. 1945-1947
140War Department Army Engineers Port of Palm Beach. 1947
140War Department Office of Dependency Benefits. 1947
140War Department Casualties. 1946
140Justice Department. 1946-1947
140Justice Department Freedom Train (American Heritage Foundation). 1947
140Justice Department Indictments Against NAREB (National Association of Real Estate Boards). 1947
140Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1947
140Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court. 1947
140Justice Department Immigration and Naturalization. September 1946-June 1947
140Justice Department Immigration and Naturalization. July-December 1947
140Post Office Department. September 1946-June 1947
141Post Office Department. July-December 1947
141Navy Department. September 1946-June 1947
141Navy Department. July-December 1947
141Navy Department Ft. Lauderdale NAS. 1947
141Navy Department Jacksonville NAS. 1947
141Navy Department New Smyrna Beach. 1946-1947
141Navy Department Opa Locka NAS. 1946-1947
141Navy Department Roebling Alligator Medal of Merit. 1944-1947
141Navy Department Ships Service Stores. 1946-1947
141Interior Department. 1946-1947
141Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1947
142Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1947
142Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service Dead Fish. 1947
142Agriculture Department. September 1946-April 1947
142Agriculture Department. May-December 1947
142Agriculture Department Banana Import Matter. 1947
142Agriculture Department Fertilizer Problems (Nitrogen, Potash, Ammonium Nitrate). 1946-1947
142Agriculture Department Migratory Labor. 1947
142Agriculture Department Potato Problems. 1947
143Agriculture Department Sugar Rationing. 1947
143Agriculture Department Surplus Citrus Foods for Foreign Relief. 1947
143Agriculture Department Tobacco Problems. 1947
143Agriculture Department Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine (Pests). 1947
143Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1947
143Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1947
143Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1947
143Commerce Department. 1947
143Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1946-1947
143Commerce Department Bureau of the Census. 1946-1947
143Commerce Department Weather Bureau. 1946-1947
143Labor Department. 1947
143Labor Department Strikes. 1946-1947
143Labor Department Wage Stabilization Board (Hilker/McHenry). 1946-1947
143Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1947
143Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1947
143Federal Security Agency Social Security Board. 1946-1947
144Federal Works Agency. September 1946-July 1947
144Federal Works Agency. August-December 1947
144Federal Works Agency Floating Power Unit, Jacksonville (Geo. A. Pierce). 1947
144Federal Works Agency Hurricane. 1947-1948
144Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1947
144Federal Communications Commission. September 1946-June 1947
144Federal Communications Commission. July-December 1947
144Federal Power Commission. 1947
144Federal Reserve System. 1947
145Interstate Commerce Commission. September 1946-June 1947
145Interstate Commerce Commission. July-December 1947
145Interstate Commerce Commission Florida East Coast Railway. 1945-1947
145Tennessee Valley Authority. 1947
145Maritime Commission. 1946-1947
145Veterans Administration. March 1946-March 1947
145Veterans Administration. April-July 1947
145Veterans Administration. August-December 1947
145Veterans Administration Veterans Hospitals (Pensacola). 1947
145Veterans Administration Veterans Hospitals (Tallahassee). 1947
146Civil Aeronautics Board. 1946-1947
146Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Airlines (Application for Pensacola Stop). 1947
146National Defense Agencies Civilian Production Administration. 1946
146National Defense Agencies Civilian Production Administration University of Florida Gymnasium/Auditorium. 1946
146National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration. July-December 1947
146National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration Meat and Slaughtering. 1946
146National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration Rent Problems. 1946-1947
146National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration Seminole Rock and Sand. 1944-1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration Sugar for Canning Tangerine Juice. 1946
147National Defense Agencies Office of Price Administration Sugar (Miscellaneous). 1946-1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of Temporary Controls. January-March 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of Temporary Controls. April-May 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of Temporary Controls Sugar Problems. 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of Defense Transportation. 1946-1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor. September 1946-July 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor. August-December 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Florida Industrial Commission Building. 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Florida Supreme Court Building. 1947
147National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Livestock Pavilions (Quincy, Bartow). 1947
148National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Miami Area Proposed Rent Decontrol. 1947
148National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Rent Control Problems. January-April 1947
148National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Rent Control Problems. May-July 1947
148National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Rent Control Problems. August-December 1947
148National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. September 1946-February 1947
148National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. March-June 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. July-December 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Apalachicola Army Air Field. 1946-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Buckingham Army Air Field, Ft. Myers. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Camp Blanding, Starke. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Camp Gordon Johnston, Carrabelle. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Camp Murphy, Hobe Sound. 1946-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Cedar Key Air Base. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Chapman Field, Miami. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Dale Mabry Army Air Field, Tallahassee. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Davies, J. Frank (WAA Difficulty). 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Daytona Beach Naval Air Station (NAS). 1946-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration DeLand Naval Air Station. 1946-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Drane Field, Lakeland. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Drew Field, Tampa. 1946-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Floating Power Plant Inductance, Jacksonville (Geo. Pierce). 1945-1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Hendricks Army Air Field, Sebring. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Highland Lake Hotel Property, Avon Park. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Homestead Air Base. 1947
149National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Investigation of WAA Offices, Jacksonville and Miami. 1946-1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Kissimmee Army Air Field. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Lake City Naval Air Station. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Marianna Army Air Field. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Melbourne Naval Air Station. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Miami Army Air Base. 1946-1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration New Smyrna Beach Auxiliary Field. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Pinellas Army Air Field and County Airport. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Riddle Field, Clewiston. 1946-1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Sanford Naval Air Station. 1946-1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Sarasota-Bradenton Airport. 1946-1948
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration U.S. Naval Live Oak Reservation Boy Scouts. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Vero Beach Naval Air Station. 1947
150National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Welsch Convalescent Hospital, Daytona Beach. 1947
150Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1947
150Housing and Home Finance Agency NHA Veterans Housing. 1946-1947
150Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. 1946-1947
150Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration. 1946-1947
150Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration Poinciana Place Housing Project, Key West. 1947
151Miscellaneous A. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous B. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous C. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous D. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous Davis, C. McD. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous E. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous F. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous G. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous H. 1946-1947
151Miscellaneous I. 1947
151Miscellaneous J. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous K. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous L. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous M. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous Mc. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous N. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous O. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous P. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous R. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous S. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous T. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous U. 1947
152Miscellaneous V. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous W. 1946-1947
152Miscellaneous X-Y-Z. 1946-1947
153State Administrative Matters. 1946-1947
153State Welfare Board. 1947
153Rules Committee General. 1947
153District of Columbia Committee General. 1947
153District of Columbia Committee Gasoline Tax. 1947
153District of Columbia Committee Home Rule. 1947
153District of Columbia Committee Income Tax. 1947
153District of Columbia Committee School Teachers Pay (S. 1346). 1947
153Small Business Special Committee General. 1947
153Small Business Special Committee Newsprint. 1946-1947
153Small Business Special Committee Steel. 1947
153Miscellaneous. September 1946-February 1947
154Miscellaneous. March-July 1947
154Miscellaneous. August-December 1947
154Miscellaneous Seating of Senator Bilbo. 1946-1947
154Appointments General. 1946-1947
154Appointments Farmers Home Administration. 1946-1947
154Appointments Federal Housing Administration (Jacksonville Office). 1946-1947
154Appointments Federal Housing Administration (Miami Office). 1946-1947
154Appointments U.S. Attorneys. 1946-1947
155Atomic Energy Commission Lilienthal Appointment. 1947
155Foreign Policy. 1946-1947
155Foreign Policy Italian Peace Treaty. 1947
155Foreign Policy Marshall Plan (Aid to Europe). 1947
155Foreign Policy Palestine. 1946-1947
155Foreign Policy United Nations Organization. 1946-1947
155Legislation Agricultural Adjustment Act Amendment (HR 452, PL 305). 1947
155Legislation Alcoholic Beverage. 1947
156Legislation Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156Legislation Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156Legislation Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156Legislation Appropriations Agriculture (HR 3601, PL 266). 1947
156Legislation Appropriations Armed Forces. 1947
156Legislation Appropriations Interior (HR 3123, PL 247). 1947
156Legislation Appropriations School Lunch (HR 2849, PL 46). 1947
156Legislation Appropriations School Lunch (HR 2849, PL 46). 1947
156Legislation Armed Forces, Merging of (S. 758, PL 253). 1946-1947
156Legislation Army Promotion Bill (HR 3830, PL 381). 1947
157Legislation Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157Legislation Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157Legislation Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157Legislation Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157Legislation Communism. 1946-1947
157Legislation Copper, to Suspend Certain Taxes on (HR 2404, PL 42). 1947
157Legislation Education, Federal Aid to (S. 472, S. 971). 1946-1947
158Legislation Equal Rights Amendment. 1947
158Legislation Fair Employment Practices (S. 984). 1947
158Legislation Fair Credit Act of 1933, Amendments (HR 2415). 1947
158Legislation Federal Unemployment Tax Act (HR 80). 1947
158Legislation Firearms Registration, etc. (S. 332). 1947
158Legislation Foreign Relief, Countries Devastated by War (HJ Res. 153, PL 84). 1947
158Legislation Foreign Relief, Greece and Turkey (S. 938, PL 75). 1947
158Legislation Foreign Relief, Greece and Turkey (S. 938, PL 75). 1947
158Legislation Housing (Regarding Title VI of NHA Regulations) (S. 1770). 1947
158Legislation Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1947
158Legislation Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1947
158Legislation Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1946-1947
159Legislation High Cost of Living and Food Situation. 1947
159Legislation Immigration and Naturalization. 1946-1947
159Legislation Interstate Commerce Act (Reed-Bulwinkle Bill S.110). 1947
159Legislation Interim Aid for Europe Appropriation Bill (S. 1774, HR 4748). 1946-1947
159Legislation Labor Committee Hearings. 1947
159Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
159Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
159Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161Legislation Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1946
161Legislation Miami Airport, Appropriation for Additional Personnel. 1946-1947
161Legislation Military Training. 1946-1947
161Legislation Military Training. 1947
161Legislation Military Training. 1947
162Legislation National Health Legislation (Socialized Medicine, Child Care, etc.) (S. 545). 1946-1947
162Legislation National Science Foundation (S. 526). 1947
162Legislation Office of Price Administration and Citizens Production Administration, Opinions on Abolishment of (Complaints regarding Government Controls). 1947
162Legislation Pan-American Overseas Highway (Old File). 1944-1945
162Legislation Portal to Portal Pay (HR 2157, S. 70, PL 49). 1947
162Legislation Postal Rate Increases (S. 43, HR 2408). 1947
162Legislation Prisoners Americans Held by Japanese (S. 172, HR 1823). 1947
162Legislation Racial Problems. 1946-1947
162Legislation Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
162Legislation Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
163Legislation Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
163Legislation Reciprocal Trade Program (Tariff Hearings). 1946-1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1946-1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Rent Control. 1947
163Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 2. 1947
163Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 3. 1947
164Legislation Reserve Officers Legislation. 1946-1947
164Legislation Rural Electrification Administration (Opinions on Continuation of Program). 1946-1947
164Legislation Social Security and Old Age Benefits (S. 141). 1946-1947
164Legislation Sugar Rationing (S. 869, S.J. Res. 58). 1947
164Legislation Taxes. 1946-1947
164Legislation Taxes, Community Property (HR 2724, S. 626). 1946-1947
164Legislation Taxes, Excise Tax on Luxuries (HR 1030, PL 17). 1946-1947
164Legislation Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1946-1947
164Legislation Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
164Legislation Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
165Legislation Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
165Legislation Taxes, Income Tax Exemptions for Pensioners (HR 1613). 1947
165Legislation Veterans On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1946-1947
165Legislation Veterans On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165Legislation Veterans On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165Legislation Veterans On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165Legislation Veterans Spanish American War and Civil War. 1947
165Legislation Veterans Spanish American War and Civil War. 1947
165Legislation Water Pollution Control (S. 418 Barkley, Taft). 1947
series13b
Senatorial Papers 80th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, the Democratic National
Committee, labor legislation, civil rights, the War Assets Administration and various air
fields and bases in Florida, flood control legislation, and the Everglades. There are
several files pertaining to post-war foreign policy, including the Marshall Plan, communism,
Palestine, the United Nations, and foreign aid. Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland is a file pertaining to the poll tax and Holland's opposition to
it.
166President. 1948
166State Department. January-April 1948
166State Department. May-December 1948
166State Department. July 1948
166State Department Displaced Persons Commission. 1948
166Treasury Department. 1948
166Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. January-April 1948
166Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. May-December 1948
166War Department Army. January-March 1948
166War Department Army. April-June 1948
166War Department Army. July-September 1948
167War Department Secretary of National Defense. 1948
167War Department Department of the Air Force. 1947-1948
167War Department Army Engineers General (Including Florida Rivers and Harbors Projects). 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Flood Control Program, Administration of. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1948
167War Department Army Engineers St. Lucie Inlet. 1947-1948
168Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1948
168Post Office Department. January-March 1948
168Post Office Department. April-June 1948
168Post Office Department. July-December 1948
168Navy Department. January-April 1948
168Navy Department. May-December 1948
168Navy Department Whiting Field, Near Milton. 1947-1948
168Interior Department. 1948
168Interior Department Fuel Oil Shortage. 1948
169Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1948
169Agriculture Department. January-May 1948
169Agriculture Department. May-August 1948
169Agriculture Department. August-December 1948
169Agriculture Department Citrus Problems. 1948
169Agriculture Department Citrus Standards. 1948
169Agriculture Department Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 1948
169Agriculture Department Forestry Service. 1948
169Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1948
169Commerce Department. January-April 1948
170Commerce Department. May-December 1948
170Commerce Department Fuel Oil Price Increase. 1948
170Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. January-March 1948
170Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. April-December 1948
170Labor Department Strikes. 1948
170Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1948
170Federal Security Agency. 1948
170Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1948
170Federal Security Agency Social Security Board. 1948
170Federal Works Agency. January-May 1948
170Federal Works Agency. June-December 1948
170Federal Works Agency Flood Damage, Suwannee River and North Florida. 1948
170Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1948
170Reconstruction Finance Corporation International Trade Center at Dinner Key, Miami. 1948
170Federal Communications Commission. 1948
171Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 1948
171Federal Power Commission. 1948
171Interstate Commerce Commission. 1948
171Railroad Retirement Board. 1948
171Economic Cooperation Administration. 1948
171Maritime Commission. 1948
171Veterans Administration. 1948
171Veterans Administration New Site for Regional Office. 1947-1948
171Veterans Administration Reduction in Forces and Closing of Contact Offices in Florida. 1948
171Veterans Administration Temporary Change in Policy Regarding Hospitalization of Mental Patients. 1948
171Veterans Administration Veterans Hospital (Pratt General). 1947
172Veterans Administration Veterans Hospital (Pratt General). 1948
172Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Airlines (Tampa Stop, San Antonio to Miami). 1948
172Civil Aeronautics Board Florida Airways. 1948
172Civil Aeronautics Board Florida Airways. 1948
172National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor. January-May 1948
172National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor. June-December 1948
172National Defense Agencies Office of the Housing Expeditor Rent Control. 1947-1948
172National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. January-March 1948
172National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. April-May 1948
172National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. June-December 1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Bartow Army Air Field. 1947-1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Boca Raton Army Air Field. 1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Cleveland Blast Furnace. 1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Columbia Forestry School, Lake City. 1947-1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Hollywood Land Company (T.D. Ellis). 1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Keystone Army Air Field. 1947-1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Miami Air Depot (Transfer of Buildings). 1947-1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Nautilus Hospital, Miami Beach. 1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Panama City Wainwright Shipyard. 1947-1948
173National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Seminole Rock and Sand Company (Lands, Miami Air Depot Area). 1948
173Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. 1948
173Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration. 1948
173Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration Highland Homes Housing Project, Sebring. 1948
174Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration Palmetto Park Housing Project, Boca Raton (Rent Increase). 1947-1948
174Miscellaneous Democratic National Committee. 1946-1948
174Miscellaneous Democratic National Committee. June-July 1948
174Miscellaneous Democratic National Committee. August-December 1948
174Miscellaneous Everglades. 1948
174State Administrative Matters. 1947-1948
174State Welfare Board (A to L). 1948
174State Welfare Board (M to Z). 1948
174District of Columbia Committee General. 1948
175District of Columbia Committee Home Rule. 1948
175Small Business Special Committee General. 1947-1948
175Public Works Committee. 1947-1948
175Appointments General. 1947-1948
175Appointments U.S. Attorneys. 1948
175Foreign Policy Communism. 1948
175Foreign Policy General. 1947-1948
175Foreign Policy Palestine. January-April 1948
175Foreign Policy Palestine. May-December 1948
176Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 191 (Regional Education). 1947-1948
176Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1948
176Holland Legislation S. 2467 (Amend Interstate Commerce Act, Black Market Transportation Tickets). 1948-1949
176Legislation Agricultural Act of 1948 (Aiken). January-April 1948
176Legislation Agricultural Act of 1948 (Aiken). May-December 1948
176Legislation Alcoholic Beverage. 1948
176Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Department (HR 5883). 1948
176Legislation Appropriations Civil Functions Army (HR 5524). 1948
177Legislation Appropriations Civil Functions Data Used by Holland in Testimony. 1948
177Legislation Appropriations Labor, Federal Security (HR 5728). 1948
177Legislation Civil Rights. January-March 1948
177Legislation Civil Rights. April-July 1948
177Legislation Communist Party, Registration of (HR 5852 Mundt Bill). January-June 1948
177Legislation Communist Party, Registration of (HR 5852 Mundt Bill). June-December 1948
177Legislation Conservation of Natural Resources (HR4752, S. 1621). 1947-1948
177Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. 1948
178Legislation Equal Rights Amendment. 1948
178Legislation Fair Employment Practices. 1948
178Legislation Flood Control. 1947
178Legislation Flood Control Hearing File. May 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. January 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. February 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. February-March 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. April 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. May-June 1948
178Legislation Flood Control, Permanent. July-December 1948
179Legislation Highway Construction, Federal Aid. 1948
179Legislation Housing. January-March 1948
179Legislation Housing. April 1948
179Legislation Housing. May-June 1948
179Legislation Housing. July-December 1948
179Legislation Immigration and Naturalization. 1948
179Legislation International Wheat Agreement. 1948
179Legislation Interstate Commerce Act (Reed-Bulwinkle Bill S. 110). 1948
179Legislation Jewish War Veterans, U.S. to Incorporate. 1948
180Legislation Labor (Taft-Hartley Act). 1948
180Legislation Labor (Wage and Hour). 1948
180Legislation Lynching Bill. 1948
180Legislation Marshall Plan. January 1948
180Legislation Marshall Plan. February 1948
180Legislation Marshall Plan. March 1948
180Legislation Marshall Plan. April-December 1948
180Legislation Marshall Plan (Citrus). 1948
180Legislation Military Training, Universal. 1948
181Legislation National Defense. January-March 1948
181Legislation National Defense. April 1948
181Legislation National Defense. April-May 1948
181Legislation National Defense. May-December 1948
181Legislation National Health Insurance. 1948
181Legislation Pan-American Overseas Highway. 1945-1948
181Legislation Poll Tax. 1948
181Legislation Railroad Reorganization Bill (PL 478). 1948
181Legislation Rent Control. January-February 1948
182Legislation Rent Control. March 1948
182Legislation Rent Control. March-December 1948
182Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 1. January-March 1948
182Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 1. March-May 1948
182Legislation Social Security Coverage (HJR 296). 1948
182Legislation Statehood for Hawaii. 1948
182Legislation Surplus Property Act. 1948
182Legislation Taxes Exemptions for Pensioners. 1948
182Legislation Taxes Income Tax Reductions. January-February 1948
182Legislation Taxes Income Tax Reductions. March-December 1948
183Legislation Taxes Oleo Margarine. January-April 1948
183Legislation Taxes Oleo Margarine. May-December 1948
183Legislation Trading with the Enemy Act. 1948
183Legislation United Nations Charter. 1948
183Legislation Veterans. 1948
183Legislation Veterans Flight Training. 1948
183Legislation Veterans Housing. 1948
183Legislation Veterans Increase in Pensions. 1948
series13c
Senatorial Papers 81st Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, labor legislation (Taft
Hartley and Wage and Hour), the Atomic Energy Commission, flood control legislation,
socialized medicine, and the Everglades. There are several files pertaining to post-war
foreign policy, including the Marshall Plan, communism, the de-Nazification program,
Palestine, the North Atlantic Pact, and Spain. Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to the poll tax, tidelands, and the
Taft-Hartley Act. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights,
including lynching, the poll tax, and the Fair Employment Practices Commission
(FEPC).
184President. 1948-1949
184State Department. January-May 1949
184State Department. June-December 1949
184State Department Canadian Embargo on Fruits, etc. 1948-1949
184State Department Cardinal Mindszenty. 1948-1949
184State Department Displaced Persons. 1948-1949
184Treasury Department. 1949
184Treasury Department Bureau of Customs. 1948-1949
184Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. January-May 1949
184Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. June-September 1949
185Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. October-December 1949
185Army Department. January-May 1949
185Army Department. June-August 1949
185Army Department. September-December 1949
185Secretary of National Defense. 1949
185Department of the Air Force. January-April 1949
185Department of the Air Force. May-July 1949
185Department of the Air Force. August-September 1949
185Department of the Air Force Bombing Target Zones, Crystal River. 1949
185Army Engineers General. 1949
185Army Engineers Eradication of Water Hyacinths. 1949
186Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1949
186Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Bay Harbor. 1947-1949
186Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1949
186Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1949
186Army Engineers Third Congressional District St. Andrews Bay, Panama City. 1948-1949
186Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1949
186Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1949
186Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District St. Augustine Harbor. 1947-1949
186Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Sumter County Flood. 1949
186Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1949
186Justice Department. 1949
186Justice Department Florida National Banks et al. (Anti-Trust Investigation). 1949
186Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1949
186Justice Department Immigration and Naturalization. 1948-1949
187Navy Department. January-July 1949
187Navy Department. August-September 1949
187Navy Department. October-December 1949
187Navy Department Banana River Naval Air Station (NAS). 1947-1949
187Navy Department Naval Expansion Program. 1948-1949
187Interior Department. 1948-1949
187Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1948-1949
187Agriculture Department. January-April 1949
187Agriculture Department. May-July 1949
188Agriculture Department. August-September 1949
188Agriculture Department. October-November 1949
188Agriculture Department. December 1949
188Agriculture Department Citrus Problems. 1948-1949
188Agriculture Department Florida Citrus Mutual. 1948-1949
188Agriculture Department Naval Stores (Price Support). 1949
188Agriculture Department Phosphate Industry. 1949
188Agriculture Department Swan Island Quarantine (Foot and Mouth Disease). 1948-1949
188Agriculture Department Tobacco Matters. 1949
188Agriculture Department Tung Oil Industry, Florida. 1948-1949
189Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1949
189Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Seminole Electric Cooperative. 1948-1949
189Commerce Department. 1948-1949
189Commerce Department Weather Bureau. 1949
189Labor Department Strikes (Steel and Coal). 1949
189Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1949
189Federal Security Agency. 1948-1949
189Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1949
189Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration. 1948-1949
189Federal Works Agency. 1948-1949
190Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-June 1949
190Reconstruction Finance Corporation. July-September 1949
190Reconstruction Finance Corporation. October-December 1949
190Reconstruction Finance Corporation Homosassa Special Water District (Zewadski et al.). 1949
190Reconstruction Finance Corporation Santa Rosa Island Authority. 1948-1949
190Federal Communications Commission. June-December 1949
190Interstate Commerce Commission. 1948-1949
190Economic Cooperation Administration. 1948-1949
191Tariff Commission Sponge File. 1949
191Veterans Administration. January-April 1949
191Veterans Administration. May-July 1949
191Veterans Administration. August 1949
191Veterans Administration. September-December 1949
191Veterans Administration General VA Instruction (Veterans Training Program). 1949
191Civil Aeronautics Board. 1948-1949
191Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Airlines. 1949-1950
191Civil Aeronautics Board Florida Airways. 1949
191Office of the Housing Expeditor. 1948-1949
191Office of the Housing Expeditor Rent Control, Miami Area. 1948-1949
192National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration. 1949
192National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Al Lodwick Case. 1948-1949
192National Defense Agencies War Assets Administration Buckingham Army Air Field, Edison College, Ft. Myers. 1948-1949
192Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. January-June 1949
192Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. July-December 1949
192Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration Housing, Eglin Field. 1949
193Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration Housing Project, Daytona Beach. 1949
193Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration. 1949
193Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration Rockledge Housing Project. 1949
193Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Home Loan Bank Administration. 1948-1949
193State Administrative Matters. January-July 1949
193State Administrative Matters. August-September 1949
193State Administrative Matters. October-December 1949
193State Administrative Matters Dental School for Florida. 1949
193State Administrative Matters Hurricane. 1949
193Agriculture Committee. 1949
193Agriculture Committee Sen. Gillette's Subcommittee (SJ Res. 36). 1949
193Small Business Special Committee General. 1949
194Public Works Committee. 1949
194Public Works Committee Miscellaneous. 1949
194Senate Miscellaneous. 1949
194Appointments Federal Judge, Roving. 1949
194Appointments Federal Judgeship, Dade County. 1949
194Atomic Energy Commission. 1949
194Atomic Energy Commission Lilienthal (Complaints About, Regarding Scholarships to Communists). 1949
194Foreign Policy Communism. 1948-1949
194Foreign Policy De-Nazification Program (Nazi Party in Germany). 1948-1949
194Foreign Policy General. 1948-1949
194Foreign Policy Palestine. 1949
194Foreign Policy Socialism. 1949
194Foreign Policy Spain. 1949
195Holland Legislation Tidelands. 1949
195Holland Legislation S. 58 (Small Business Committee). 1948-1949
195Holland Legislation S. 1104 (Amendment, Rivers and Harbors Act of 1948). 1949
195Holland Legislation SJ Res. 191 (Regional Education). 1949
195Holland Legislation S. 249 (Repeal Taft-Hartley Law, Regarding Injunction and Seizure). 1949
195Holland Legislation S. 2173, S. 1464 (Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act (Marketing Agreements). 1949
195Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1949
195Holland Legislation Jose Marti Monument, Ybor City. 1949
195Holland Legislation Amend Sherman and Clayton Act (Regarding Limitations). 1948-1949
195Legislation Agriculture Act. January-July 1949
195Legislation Agriculture Act of 1949 (Anderson). October 1949
195Legislation Agriculture Act of 1949 (Anderson Subcommittee). 1949
196Legislation Agriculture, Brannan Plan. 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Agriculture (HR 3997). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Civil Functions (HR 3734). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid (HR 4830). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Independent Offices Maritime School in St. Petersburg (HR 4177). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Independent Offices Maritime School in St. Petersburg. 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Interior (HR 3838). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations Labor and Federal Security (HR 3333). 1949
196Legislation Appropriations National Military Establishment (HR 4146). 1949
196Legislation Armed Services. January-July 1949
196Legislation Armed Services. August-October 1949
197Legislation Basing Point System. 1949
197Legislation China, Aid to. 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Lynching. 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Miscellaneous. January-February 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Miscellaneous. March-May 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Miscellaneous. June-July 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Miscellaneous. August-December 1949
197Legislation Civil Rights Program Poll Tax. 1949
197Legislation Copper. 1949
197Legislation Displaced Persons Act. 1949
197Legislation District Home Rule. 1949
197Legislation Economic Stability Act (Spence Bill, HR 2756). 1949
197Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-March 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. April-May 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. May-June 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. August 1949
198Legislation Educational Finance Act (Construction of Facilities). 1949
198Legislation Equal Rights Amendment. 1949
198Legislation Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC Assessment Rates, etc.). 1949
198Legislation Flood Control. January-March 1949
199Legislation Flood Control. April-May 1949
199Legislation Flood Control. June-August 1949
199Legislation Flood Control. September-December 1949
199Legislation Forest Fire Control. January-July 1949
199Legislation Forest Fire Control. August-September 1949
199Legislation Hawaii (Statehood, Labor, etc.). 1949
199Legislation Housing Legislation. January-March 1949
199Legislation Housing Legislation. April 1949
199Legislation Housing Legislation. May 1949
199Legislation Housing Legislation. June-July 1949
199Legislation Housing Legislation. August-September 1949
199Legislation Indians. 1949
199Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). January 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). January 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). May 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). June 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). June 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). July 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). July 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). August 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). September-October 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). January 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). March 1949
201Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). April 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). May 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). June-August 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). August 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). September 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). October-November 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour Holland Amendment Miscellaneous Material). 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour Hotels, Holland Amendment). 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour Laundry and Dry Cleaner, Holland Amendment). 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour Lumber Dealers, Holland Amendment). 1949
202Legislation Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour Miscellaneous, Holland Amendment). 1949
202Legislation Military Assistance to Free Nations. 1949
202Legislation National Defense. January-May 1949
202Legislation National Defense. June-December 1949
203Legislation National Defense (Universal Military Training). 1949
203Legislation North Atlantic Pact. January-May 1949
203Legislation North Atlantic Pact. June 1949
203Legislation North Atlantic Pact. July 1949
203Legislation Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act. 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. January 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. February 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. February 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. February 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. March 1949
203Legislation Rent Control. March 1949
204Legislation Rent Control. April 1949
204Legislation Rent Control. May 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Act. January-February 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Act. March-May 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Act. June 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Act. July 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Act. August-September 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 1. 1949
204Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 2. 1949
205Legislation Rivers and Harbors Omnibus Bill. 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. January-March 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. March-April 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. April 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. April-May 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. May-June 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. June-July 1949
205Legislation Socialized Medicine. August 1949
205Legislation Social Security. January-February 1949
206Legislation Social Security. March-July 1949
206Legislation Social Security. August-September 1949
206Legislation St. Lawrence Seaway (Florida Issues). 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. January 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. February 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. February 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. February 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. March 1949
206Legislation Taxes Excise. March-April 1949
207Legislation Taxes Excise. May-June 1949
207Legislation Taxes Excise. July 1949
207Legislation Taxes Excise. August 1949
207Legislation Taxes Excise. September 1949
207Legislation Taxes Income. January-May 1949
207Legislation Taxes Income. June-August 1949
207Legislation Taxes Income. September-October 1949
207Legislation Taxes Oleo Margarine. January-May 1949
207Legislation Taxes Oleo Margarine. June-July 1949
208Legislation Taxes Sales and Use, Cigarettes (HR 195 Jenkins Bill). 1949
208Legislation United Nations. 1949
208Legislation United Nations (Human Rights). 1949
208Legislation United World Federalists. 1949
208Legislation Veterans. 1949
208Legislation Veterans Flight Training. 1949
208Legislation Veterans G.I. Training (S. 2596). 1949
208Legislation Veterans Pension Increase. 1949
208Legislation Veterans Preference. 1949
208Legislation Veterans Rankin Pension Bill (Bonus Bill). 1949
series13d
Senatorial Papers 81st Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Alger Hiss, Social Security,
the arming of Arab states by England, labor (including railroad strikes), the Four Point
Program, foot and mouth disease, the Kefauver crime investigation, flood control
legislation, socialized medicine, and the Everglades. There are several files pertaining to
foreign policy, Korea, China, Spain, socialism, the United Nations, and communism (including
charges by Joseph McCarthy). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are
files pertaining to tidelands and regional education. In addition, there are several
legislation files related to civil rights, including the poll tax and the Fair Employment
Practices Commission (FEPC).
209President. 1950
209State Department. January-May 1950
209State Department. June-July 1950
209State Department. August-September 1950
209State Department. October-November 1950
209State Department. December 1950
209State Department Alger Hiss. 1950
209State Department Arming of Arab States by England. 1950
209State Department Four Point Program. 1950
209Army Department. January-June 1950
209Army Department. July-August 1950
210Army Department. September-December 1950
210Army Department Defense Procurement. January-October 1950
210Army Department Defense Procurement. November-December 1950
210Army Department Korea. July 1950
210Army Department Korea. August 1950
210Army Department Korea. August 1950
210Army Department Korea. September-November 1950
210Army Department Korea. December 1950
211Army Department Korea. December 1950
211Army Department War Mobilization. 1950
211Department of the Air Force. January-June 1950
211Department of the Air Force. July-August 1950
211Department of the Air Force. September-December 1950
211Department of the Air Force Academy Site, Miscellaneous Towns. 1950
211Department of the Air Force Academy Site, Orlando. 1950
211Department of the Air Force Joint Long Range Proving Ground (Condemnation Proceedings). 1949-1950
212Department of the Air Force Joint Long Range Proving Ground (General). 1949-1950
212Department of the Air Force Orlando Air Base. 1949-1950
212Army Engineers General. 1950
212Army Engineers Beach Erosion General. 1950
212Army Engineers Beach Erosion Jacksonville Beach. 1950
212Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1949-1950
212Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1950
212Army Engineers First Congressional District Caloosahatchee, Anclote, St. Marks (West Coast Inland Navigation). 1950
213Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Bay Harbor. 1950
213Army Engineers First Congressional District West Coast Inland Navigation Project. 1950
213Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1950
213Army Engineers Second Congressional District Horseshoe Cove Project. 1950
213Army Engineers Second Congressional District Suwannee River Project. 1950
213Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1950
213Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1950
213Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Boot Key Harbor. 1950
213Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Everglades Channel. 1950
213Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Naples. 1950
213Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1950
214Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Canaveral Harbor. 1947-1950
214Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Lake Apopka. 1949-1950
214Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Lake Istokpoga (Kissimmee Valley). 1949-1950
214Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District St. Johns Rivers, Palatka to Lake Harney Project. 1947-1950
214Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1950
214Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Fisheating Creek Levee in Lakeport Area. 1950
214Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Jupiter Inlet. 1950
214Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Sebastian Inlet. 1946-1950
214Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District Venice Harbor. 1950
214Justice Department. January-August 1950
214Justice Department. September-December 1950
215Justice Department A and P Tea Company (Anti-Trust Suit). 1949
215Justice Department A and P Tea Company (Anti-Trust Suit). 1950
215Justice Department J. Edgar Hoover. 1950
215Justice Department U.S. Courts. 1950
215Navy Department. January-June 1950
215Navy Department. July-August 1950
215Navy Department. August-September 1950
215Navy Department. October-December 1950
215Marine Corps. 1950
215Interior Department. 1950
216Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1950
216Interior Department Bureau of Land Management Melbourne and Titusville Beach (Max Brewer). 1949-1950
216Agriculture Department. January-March 1950
216Agriculture Department. April-June 1950
216Agriculture Department. July-September 1950
216Agriculture Department. October-December 1950
216Agriculture Department Citrus Blackfly and Mexican Fruitfly. 1949-1950
216Agriculture Department Citrus Problems. 1950
216Agriculture Department Florida Citrus Mutual. 1950
217Agriculture Department Foot and Mouth Disease. January-February 1950
217Agriculture Department Foot and Mouth Disease. March-December 1950
217Agriculture Department Potatoes. January-February 1950
217Agriculture Department Potatoes. March-December 1950
217Agriculture Department Sugar. 1950
217Agriculture Department Tung Oil. 1950
217Agriculture Department USDA Sub-Tropical Fruit Station, Orlando. 1950
217Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1949-1950
217Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration Successor to Texada (Shaddick and Others). 1950
217Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration Successor to Texada (David). 1950
217Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration Successor to Texada (Roberts). 1950
218Commerce Department. January-August 1950
218Commerce Department. September-December 1950
218Commerce Department National Production Authority. 1950
218Labor Department. 1950
218Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1950
218Federal Security Agency. 1950
218Federal Security Agency Mid-Century White House Conference of Children and Youth. 1950
218Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1950
218Federal Security Agency Public Health Service Hospital Construction Funds. 1950
218Federal Security Agency Public Health Service Pensacola Quarantine Station. 1950
218Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration. 1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-May 1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation. June-August 1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation. September-December 1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation Cedar Key Dock and Basin Project. 1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation City of Sanford. 1949-1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation Florida Ramie Products. 1947-1950
219Reconstruction Finance Corporation Pasco Packing Company. 1947-1950
219Federal Communications Commission. 1950
219Federal Communications Commission Interference of Cuban Stations. 1949-1950
220Interstate Commerce Commission. 1949-1950
220Interstate Commerce Commission Frozen Citrus Concentrate (Transportation Permit). 1949-1950
220Interstate Commerce Commission Railway Express Rate Increase. 1949
220Interstate Commerce Commission Railway Express Rate Increase. 1950
220National Mediation Board (Railroad Strikes). 1950
220Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, General). 1950
220Maritime Commission John Banvard (Sunken Vessel). 1949-1950
220Maritime Commission Training School, St. Petersburg. 1950
220Maritime Commission P and O and Gulf Atlantic Steamship Company (Wahl). 1948-1950
220Veterans Administration. January-May 1950
221Veterans Administration. June-September 1950
221Veterans Administration. October-December 1950
221Veterans Administration Cutback in VA Hospital Facilities (Jacksonville Naval and Other Hospitals). 1949-1950
221Veterans Administration Protest from Veterans Regarding Rumored Change in Vocational School Week. 1950
221Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. January-April 1950
221Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. May-July 1950
221Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration. August-December 1950
221Housing and Home Finance Agency Federal Housing Administration Pine View Heights ("Colored Subdivision Near Jacksonville"). 1950
221Housing and Home Finance Agency Public Housing Administration. 1950
222Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1950
222Miscellaneous Everglades. 1949-1950
222State Administrative Matters. January-May 1950
222State Administrative Matters. June-October 1950
222State Administrative Matters. November-December 1950
222State Administrative Matters Crime Investigation (Kefauver). January-June 1950
222State Administrative Matters Crime Investigation (Kefauver). July-December 1950
222State Administrative Matters Hurricane. 1950
222State Welfare Board. 1949-1950
222Agriculture Committee. 1950
222Small Business Special Committee. January-September 1950
223Small Business Special Committee. October-December 1950
223Sesquicentennial Commission. 1950
223Appointments U.S. Attorney (Recorded). 1949-1950
223Appointments U.S. Circuit Judge (Louie Strum, 5th Circuit). 1950
223Appointments U.S. Marshal (Chas. Guyton). 1950
223Appointments U.S. Marshal (Leland Thomas). 1950
223Appointments Vatican. 1950
223War Claims Commission. 1950
223Selective Service System. 1950
223Holland Legislation P.L. 31 Tidelands. 1950
223Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 191 Regional Education. 1950
224Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1950
224Legislation Agriculture. April-May 1950
224Legislation Agriculture. October-December 1950
224Legislation Alaska. 1950
224Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. 1950
224Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. June-December 1950
224Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1950
224Legislation Appropriations Agriculture (Mosquito and Sandfly). 1950
224Legislation Appropriations Civil Functions. 1950
224Legislation Appropriations Labor and FSA. 1950
224Legislation Armed Services. January-August 1950
225Legislation Armed Services. September-December 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). January-February 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). March-May 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). June-December 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights General. January-April 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights General. May-December 1950
225Legislation Civil Rights Poll Tax. 1950
225Legislation Colorado River Controversy. 1950
225Legislation Commodity Credit Corporation. 1950
225Legislation Defense Production Act. 1950
225Legislation Defense Production Act (Title IV). January-July 1950
225Legislation Defense Production Act (Title IV). August-December 1950
226Legislation Displaced Persons. January-March 1950
226Legislation Displaced Persons. March 1950
226Legislation Displaced Persons. April-December 1950
226Legislation Draft. 1950
226Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January 1950
226Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. February 1950
226Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. March-December 1950
226Legislation Educational Finance Act. 1950
226Legislation Equal Rights Amendment. 1950
226Legislation Flood Control. January-March 1950
226Legislation Flood Control. April-May 1950
226Legislation Flood Control. June-December 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy China. January-June 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy China. July-December 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. January-April 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. April-May 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. June-July 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. July 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. August 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. September-December 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Communism (McCarthy Charges). 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy General. January-June 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy General. July-December 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Socialism. 1950
227Legislation Foreign Policy Spain. 1950
228Legislation Forestry. 1950
228Legislation Fort Caroline (HR 7709). 1950
228Legislation Four Point Program. 1950
228Legislation Government Expenditures. January-March 1950
228Legislation Government Expenditures. April-May 1950
228Legislation Government Expenditures. June-December 1950
228Legislation Handicapped People. 1950
228Legislation Hawaii Statehood. 1950
228Legislation Housing. January-February 1950
229Legislation Housing. March 1950
229Legislation Housing. April-December 1950
229Legislation Indians. 1950
229Legislation Key Deer. January-April 1950
229Legislation Key Deer. May-December 1950
229Legislation Labor. 1950
229Legislation Labor (Anti-Trust). 1950
229Legislation Labor (Wage and Hour). 1950
229Legislation Merger (Anti-) Bill. 1950
229Legislation Military Public Works (S. 2440, Including Housing). 1950
229Legislation National Defense. January-August 1950
229Legislation National Defense. September-December 1950
230Legislation National Defense (Universal Military Training). 1950
230Legislation Peanuts. 1949-1950
230Legislation Peanuts. 1950
230Legislation Postage Rate Increase. March-April 1950
230Legislation Postage Rate Increase. May-December 1950
230Legislation Price Control. January-August 1950
230Legislation Price Control. August 1950
230Legislation Price Control. September-December 1950
230Legislation Railroad Communications Systems. 1950
231Legislation Railway Labor Act. January-June 1950
231Legislation Railway Labor Act. July-August 1950
231Legislation Railway Labor Act. September-November 1950
231Legislation Railway Labor Act. November-December 1950
231Legislation Reorganization (General). January 1950
231Legislation Reorganization (General). February-March 1950
231Legislation Reorganization (General). April-May 1950
231Legislation Reorganization (General). May-December 1950
231Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 1. 1950
231Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 7. 1950
231Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 12. January-April 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 12. May-December 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 21. 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 22-24. 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Plan Number 27. 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Veterans. January-February 1950
232Legislation Reorganization Veterans. March-December 1950
232Legislation Road Construction (Federal Aid). 1950
232Legislation Social Security. January-February 1950
232Legislation Social Security. February-March 1950
232Legislation Social Security. April-May 1950
233Legislation Social Security. May-June 1950
233Legislation Social Security. June 1950
233Legislation Social Security. June-July 1950
233Legislation Social Security. August-December 1950
233Legislation Social Security Employee Definition. January-February 1950
233Legislation Social Security Employee Definition. February-December 1950
233Legislation Social Security Public Employee. 1950
233Legislation Socialized Medicine. January-February 1950
234Legislation Socialized Medicine. March 1950
234Legislation Socialized Medicine. April-December 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. January 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. February 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. March-April 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. April-May 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. May-June 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. June-July 1950
234Legislation Taxes Excise. July-December 1950
235Legislation United Nations General. 1950
235Legislation United Nations Human Rights. 1950
235Legislation United World Federalists. January-June 1950
235Legislation United World Federalists. July-December 1950
235Legislation Veterans. January-April 1950
235Legislation Veterans. May 1950
235Legislation Veterans. June 1950
235Legislation Veterans. July 1950
235Legislation Veterans. August 1950
235Legislation Veterans. September 1950
235Legislation Welfare State. 1950
series13e
Senatorial Papers 82nd Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, sending wheat to India,
President Truman's dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur, labor (including strikes), the
Kefauver crime investigation, flood control legislation, socialized medicine, and the
Everglades. There are several files pertaining to foreign policy, Spain, socialism, the
United Nations, universal military training, and communism (including charges by Joseph
McCarthy). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining
to tidelands, the poll tax, kenaf and ramie, and the Mediterranean Fruit Fly. Note that
there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about
Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
236President. 1951
236State Department. January-March 1951
236State Department. April-July 1951
236State Department. August-December 1951
236State Department Acheson. 1951
236State Department North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement (NARBA Treaty). 1951
236State Department Pan American League, International. 1951
236State Department Wheat to India. January-February 1951
236State Department Wheat to India. March-April 1951
236State Department Wheat to India. April 1951
236State Department Wheat to India. May-December 1951
237Treasury Department. 1951
237Treasury Department Coast Guard. 1951
237Army Department. January-February 1951
237Army Department. February-March 1951
237Army Department. April-May 1951
237Army Department. June 1951
237Army Department. July 1951
237Army Department. August-September 1951
237Army Department. November-December 1951
238Defense Department. January-February 1951
238Defense Department. March-June 1951
238Defense Department. July-December 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. January-February 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. February 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. February-March 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. March 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. April-July 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. August-September 1951
238Defense Department Defense Procurement. October-December 1951
239Defense Department Hoover's Speech. 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. January 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. January 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. January-February 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. March 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. April 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. May-June 1951
239Defense Department International Crisis. June-September 1951
240Defense Department International Crisis. October-December 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. January-April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. May 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. May 1951
240Defense Department MacArthur, General Douglas. May-December 1951
241Air Force. April-June 1951
241Air Force. July-September 1951
241Air Force. October-December 1951
241Air Force Airfields A-L. 1951
241Air Force Airfields M-Z. 1951
241Air Force Avon Park Bombing Range. 1947-1951
241Air Force Joint Long Range Proving Ground (General). 1951
241Air Force Marianna Contract Flying School. 1951
241Air Force Miami International Airport. 1951
241Air Force Morrison Field. January-February 1951
241Air Force Morrison Field. March-December 1951
241Air Force Orlando Air Base. 1951
241Air Force Pinecastle Air Base. 1951
242Army Engineers General. 1951
242Army Engineers Flood Control. 1951
242Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1951
242Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Third Congressional District Jim Woodruff Dam. 1951
242Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Jetty Across Key West Harbor. 1951
242Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Lake Apopka. 1951
242Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1951
242Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Estero Island (Matanzas Pass) Channel to Ft. Myers Beach. 1950-1951
243Justice Department. January-April 1951
243Justice Department. May-December 1951
243Justice Department U.S. Courts. 1951
243Post Office Department. January-May 1951
243Post Office Department. June-September 1951
243Post Office Department. October-December 1951
243Navy Department. January-March 1951
243Navy Department. April-May 1951
243Navy Department. June-July 1951
244Navy Department. August-September 1951
244Navy Department. September-October 1951
244Navy Department. October-December 1951
244Navy Department Navy Bases. 1951
244Navy Department Sanford Naval Air Station Hospital. 1951
244Navy Department U.S. Marine Corps. 1951
244Interior Department Anclote Key Island and Chassahowitzka. 1951
245Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1951
245Interior Department National Park Service. 1951
245Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1951
245Agriculture Department. January-February 1951
245Agriculture Department. March-May 1951
245Agriculture Department. June-September 1951
245Agriculture Department. October-December 1951
245Agriculture Department Citrus Crop Insurance. 1951
245Agriculture Department Citrus Problems. 1951
245Agriculture Department Florida Citrus Mutual. 1951
245Agriculture Department Foot and Mouth Disease. 1951
246Agriculture Department South Dade Farms, Inc. (Sottile). 1951
246Agriculture Department Sugar. 1951
246Agriculture Department Tung Oil. 1951
246Agriculture Department USDA Sub-Tropical Fruit Station, Orlando. 1951
246Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1951
246Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1951
246Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1951
246Commerce Department. 1951
246Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1951
246Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1951
246Commerce Department National Production Authority. January-February 1951
246Commerce Department National Production Authority. May 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority. June 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority. July-August 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority. August-September 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority. September-October 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority Aluminum Shortage. 1951
247Commerce Department National Production Authority Steel for Construction of Florida Bridges. 1951
248Labor Department. 1951
248Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1951
248Labor Department Bureau of Employees Compensation. 1951
248Federal Security Agency. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Office of Education. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Office of Education Brevard County Schools. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Office of Education Okaloosa County Schools. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Public Health Service Hospital Construction Funds. 1951
248Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration. January-June 1951
248Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration. July-December 1951
249General Services Administration Panama City Shipyard Wainwright. 1951
249General Services Administration Polk County Mobile Blood Bank. 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-March 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation. April-August 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation. September-December 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation Craggs Construction Company. 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation Florida Chemical Lime Company. 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation Investigation and Reorganization. 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation Legal Representation in Florida. 1951
249Reconstruction Finance Corporation Miami Marine Laboratory. 1951
250Federal Communications Commission. 1951
250Federal Communications Commission Television Jacksonville Area. 1951
250Federal Communications Commission Television Miscellaneous. 1951
250Federal Power Commission. 1951
250Federal Reserve System. 1951
250Federal Trade Commission. 1951
250Interstate Commerce Commission Refrigerator Car Shortage. 1951
251National Mediation Board Railroad Strikes. January-August 1951
251National Mediation Board Railroad Strikes. September-December 1951
251Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, Miscellaneous). 1951
251Maritime Commission. 1951
251Tariff Commission. 1951
251Veterans Administration. January-May 1951
251Veterans Administration. June-August 1951
251Veterans Administration. September-December 1951
251Veterans Administration Hurricane Damage, G.I. Housing, Miami Area. 1950-1951
252Veterans Administration Closing VA Contact Offices in Florida. 1951
252Veterans Administration VA Office Pass-a-Grille to Orlando. January-July 1951
252Veterans Administration VA Office Pass-a-Grille to Orlando. July-December 1951
252Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Air Lines. January-March 1951
252Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Air Lines. April-December 1951
252Economic Stabilization Agency. 1951
252Office of Price Stabilization. January-February 1951
252Office of Price Stabilization. March-May 1951
252Office of Price Stabilization. June-July 1951
253Office of Price Stabilization. August-December 1951
253Wage Stabilization Board. 1951
253Defense Production Administration City of Jacksonville. 1951
253Defense Production Administration Critical Defense Areas. 1951
253Federal Housing Administration. 1951
253Federal Housing Administration Eglin Field. 1950-1951
254Federal Housing Administration Miami Apartment House Owners Distress. 1951
254Public Housing Administration. 1951
254Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1951
254Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1951
254Miscellaneous Everglades. 1951
254State Administrative Matters. January-April 1951
254State Administrative Matters. May-August 1951
254State Administrative Matters. September-December 1951
255State Administrative Matters Crime Investigation (Kefauver). January-March 1951
255State Administrative Matters Crime Investigation (Kefauver). March-April 1951
255State Administrative Matters Crime Investigation (Kefauver). May-December 1951
255Agriculture Committee. 1951
255Agriculture Committee Gillette Subcommittee. 1951
255Small Business Committee. January-March 1951
255Small Business Committee. April-May 1951
255Small Business Committee. June-December 1951
256Sesquicentennial Commission. 1951
256Public Works Committee. 1951
256Steering Committee. 1951
256Appointments Bowles and Jessup. 1951
256Appointments Under Secretary of the Navy. 1951
256Appointments U.S. Attorney, Assistant. 1951
256Appointments U.S. District Judge, Florida. 1951
256Appointments U.S. Marshal, Northern District (Williams). 1951
256Appointments U.S. Marshal, Southern District. 1951
256Selective Service System. 1951
257Holland Legislation PL 31 Tidelands. 1951
257Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1951
257Holland Legislation S. Con. Res. 31 Communist China, Embargo on Arms to (Smathers, Ferguson). 1951
257Holland Legislation S. 247 Permit Retired Officers to Act as Agents or Attorneys. 1951
257Holland Legislation S. 557 Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Holland and Smathers). 1947-1951
257Holland Legislation S. 671 (HR 2176) Relief of Ft. Pierce Port District. 1947-1951
258Holland Legislation S. 766 Kenaf and Ramie (Holland and Smathers). January-June 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 766 Kenaf and Ramie (Holland and Smathers). July-December 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 1079 Santa Rosa Island, Port (Holland and Smathers, HR 2323 Sikes). 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 1586 Korean Students (Holland, Wherry). 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 1767 Amend Fair Labor Standards Act (Agriculture Definition). 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 1770 Amend Administration Procedure Act. 1951
258Holland Legislation S. 2047 Blackwater River State Forest. 1951-1952
258Holland Legislation HR 2416 Amendment (McFarland, Holland, et al.), Benefits, Aged, Blind, Dependent Children. 1951
258Holland Legislation HR 6140 (Sikes) Conveyance to Gulf County of Port St. Joseph Peninsula Recreation. 1951
258Holland Legislation PL 126 Audubon Centennial Year. 1950-1951
258Holland Legislation PL 127 St. Augustine Lifeboat Station (Holland and Smathers). 1951
258Holland Legislation PL 183 Revenue Bill Amendment, Cigars. 1951
258Holland Legislation PL 183 Citrus Industry, Revenue Bill Amendment. 1951
258Holland Legislation PL 185 Mexico Beach Corporation. 1951-1952
259Legislation Agriculture Farm Labor. 1951
259Legislation Agriculture Miscellaneous. January-April 1951
259Legislation Agriculture Miscellaneous. May-December 1951
259Legislation Agriculture Peanuts. 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Mosquito Control. 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. January-June 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. July-December 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1951
259Legislation Appropriations Labor and FSA. 1951
260Legislation Armed Services General. January-April 1951
260Legislation Armed Services General. May-August 1951
260Legislation Armed Services General. September-October 1951
260Legislation Armed Services General. October-December 1951
260Legislation Armed Services Troops to Europe. January-March 1951
260Legislation Armed Services Troops to Europe. April-December 1951
260Legislation Basing Point. 1951
260Legislation Civil Rights. 1951
260Legislation Defense Production Act. January-June 1951
261Legislation Defense Production Act. July 1951
261Legislation Defense Production Act. July-December 1951
261Legislation District of Columbia. 1951
261Legislation Draft Deferment, College Students. 1951
261Legislation Draft General. 1951
261Legislation Equal Rights. 1951
261Legislation Fair Trade. 1951
261Legislation Flood Control. 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy. January-June 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy. July-December 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. January-April 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy Communism. May-December 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy Japan Peace Treaty. 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy Socialism. 1951
261Legislation Foreign Policy Spain. 1951
261Legislation Handicapped People. 1951
261Legislation Hawaii. 1951
261Legislation Health and Drug. 1951
262Legislation Housing. January-June 1951
262Legislation Housing. July-December 1951
262Legislation Immigration and Naturalization. 1951
262Legislation Indians. 1951
262Legislation Key Deer. 1951
262Legislation McCarthy, Joseph. 1951
262Legislation National Defense General. 1951
262Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. January-March 1951
262Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. April 1951
262Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. May-December 1951
262Legislation Postage Rate Increase. 1951
262Legislation Price Controls. 1951
262Legislation Public Works. 1951
262Legislation Public Works Dispersal Bill. 1951
263Legislation Public Works Highway Bills. 1951
263Legislation Public Works St. Lawrence Seaway. 1951
263Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1951
263Legislation Railway Labor Act. 1951
263Legislation Reciprocal Trade Agreements. 1951
263Legislation Rent Control. 1951
263Legislation Reorganization, Department of Agriculture. 1951
263Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1951
263Legislation Social Security. 1951
263Legislation Social Security Welfare Rolls. January-August 1951
264Legislation Social Security Welfare Rolls. September-December 1951
264Legislation Taxes. January-August 1951
264Legislation Taxes. August-December 1951
264Legislation Taxes Cooperatives. 1951
264Legislation Taxes Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). January-September 1951
264Legislation Taxes Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). September 1951
264Legislation Taxes Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). September-December 1951
264Legislation Taxes Excise. January-May 1951
264Legislation Taxes Excise. June-August 1951
264Legislation Taxes Excise. September-December 1951
264Legislation Taxes Income. April-June 1951
264Legislation Taxes Income. July-August 1951
265Legislation Taxes Income (Withholding). 1951
265Legislation Taxes Pari-Mutuel. 1951
265Legislation Taxes Poll Tax. 1951
265Legislation Transportation Act of 1952. 1951
265Legislation United Nations. 1951
265Legislation United Nations Human Rights. 1951
265Legislation United World Federalist. 1951
265Legislation Veterans. January-May 1951
265Legislation Veterans. June-December 1951
265Legislation Veterans Educational Benefits. 1951
265Legislation Veterans Pensions. 1951
series13f
Senatorial Papers 82nd Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, the Democratic Party,
Richard Russell, labor (including railroad strikes), the Four Point Program, the Kefauver
crime investigation, flood control legislation, socialized medicine, and the Everglades.
There are several files pertaining to foreign policy, socialism, the United Nations, and
communism (including charges by Joseph McCarthy). Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to tidelands and the poll tax. In addition,
there are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the poll tax and the
Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). Note that there is a file entitled
"Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements,
appointments, and itinerary for the year.
266President. 1952
266State Department. January-March 1952
266State Department. April-July 1952
266State Department. August-December 1952
266State Department Displaced Persons. 1952
266State Department Four Point Program. 1952
266Treasury Department. 1952
266Treasury Department Bureau of Customs. 1952
266Treasury Department Bureau of Internal Revenue. 1952
266Treasury Department Coast Guard. 1952
267Defense Department. 1952
267Defense Department Defense Procurement. 1952
267Defense Department Defense Procurement (Metal Manufacturing Company). 1952
267Defense Department International Crisis. 1952
267Air Force Airfields. 1952
267Air Force Dale Mabry Field. 1951-1952
267Air Force Ft. Myers Airfield (Buckingham and Page). 1952
267Air Force Hendricks Field. 1952
267Air Force Marianna Air Base. 1952
267Army Engineers General. 1952
268Army Engineers Flood Control. 1952
268Army Engineers Eglin Field Contract Problem. 1952
268Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1952
268Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1952
268Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1952
268Army Engineers Second Congressional District McGirts Creek. 1952
268Army Engineers Third Congressional District Apalachicola Bay Project. 1952
268Army Engineers Third Congressional District Pensacola Harbor. 1952
268Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1952
268Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Isle of Dreams Broadcasting Company. 1952
268Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1952
268Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Lake Apopka. 1952
268Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1952
268Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Glades County Newhall-Moore Haven Area. 1952
268Justice Department. 1952
268Justice Department Citrus Concentrates, Violation of Law (Justice and Federal Trade Commission Matter). 1952
269Post Office Department. 1952
269Post Office Department Winter Park Orlando Merger Protest. 1952
269Navy Department Bases. 1952
269Navy Department Marine Corps Air Station, Opa Locka. 1952
269Interior Department. 1952
269Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1951-1952
269Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1952
269Agriculture Department. January-March 1952
270Agriculture Department. April-August 1952
270Agriculture Department. September-October 1952
270Agriculture Department Citrus. 1952
270Agriculture Department Citrus Marketing Agreement. 1952
270Agriculture Department Foot and Mouth Disease. 1952
270Agriculture Department Sansevieria. 1952
270Agriculture Department Watermelons. 1952
270Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1952
270Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1952
270Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Nahunta Coop., Okefenokee Encroachment, Duval County. 1952
271Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Peace River Valley Coop., Kissimmee River Area. 1952
271Commerce Department. 1952
271Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1952
271Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1952
271Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads Relocation of Ferry Slips and State Road 101 at Mayport. 1951-1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority. January-February 1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority. February 1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority. March 1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority. April-December 1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority Aluminum Shortage. 1952
271Commerce Department National Production Authority Cement Shortage. 1952
272Commerce Department Office of International Trade. 1952
272Labor Department. 1952
272Labor Department Violation of the Davis and Bacon Act (Firm of Maultsby and Sutton). 1951-1952
272Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1952
272Federal Security Agency. 1952
272Federal Security Agency Office of Education. 1951-1952
272Federal Security Agency Public Health Service. 1952
272Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration. 1952
272Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1952
273Federal Power Commission. 1952
273General Accounting Office. 1952
273Interstate Commerce Commission. 1952
273Library of Congress. 1952
273National Mediation Board Railroad Strikes. 1952
273Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, Miscellaneous). 1952
273Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services -Steel Strike. 1952
273Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services -Western Union Strike. 1952
273Civil Service Commission. 1952
274Veterans Administration. January-February 1952
274Veterans Administration. March-December 1952
274Veterans Administration Hospital (Gainesville and Tallahassee). 1947-1952
274Veterans Administration Reduction in Personnel and Beds, VA Hospital. 1952
274Civil Aeronautics Board. 1952
274Civil Aeronautics Board Eastern Air Lines. 1952-1953
275Office of Price Stabilization. January-April 1952
275Office of Price Stabilization. May-December 1952
275Office of Price Stabilization Potatoes. 1951-1952
275Office of Price Stabilization Potatoes (Regarding May Ceiling). 1952
275Wage Stabilization Board. 1952
275Wage Stabilization Board Closed Shop Issue. 1952
275Salary Stabilization Board. 1952
276Small Defense Plants Administration. 1952
276Defense Materials Procurement Agency. 1952
276Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1952
276Housing and Home Finance Agency Sanford Water Works Expansion Program. 1952
276Federal Housing Administration. 1952
276Federal Housing Administration Cocoa Beach Area. 1952
276Public Housing Administration. 1952
276Public Housing Administration Chipola Junior College. 1947-1952
276Public Housing Administration Jacksonville Housing, Charles Commander. 1952
276Federal Home Loan Bank. 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-April 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. May-July 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. July 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. August 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. September 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. October 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party. November-December 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party Florida Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners. 1951-1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party Richard Russell. January-April 1952
277Miscellaneous Democratic Party Richard Russell. April 1952
278Miscellaneous Democratic Party Richard Russell. May 1952
278Miscellaneous Democratic Party Richard Russell. June-December 1952
278Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1952
278State Administrative Matters. January-February 1952
278State Administrative Matters. March-July 1952
278State Administrative Matters. August-December 1952
278Agriculture Committee. 1952
278Small Business Committee. 1952
279Sesquicentennial Commission. 1952
279Public Works Committee. 1952
279Selective Service System. 1952
279Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1952
279Holland Legislation P.L. 31 Tidelands. January-April 1952
279Holland Legislation P.L. 31 Tidelands. May-June 1952
280Holland Legislation P.L. 31 Tidelands. July-December 1952
280Legislation Agriculture. January-April 1952
280Legislation Agriculture. May-December 1952
280Legislation Agriculture Grain Shortages. 1952
280Legislation Agriculture Trade Agreements. 1952
280Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. 1952
280Legislation Appropriations. 1952
280Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1952
280Legislation Appropriations Defense. June-December 1952
280Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. 1952
280Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1952
280Legislation Appropriations Labor and FSA. 1952
281Legislation Armed Services. June-December 1952
281Legislation Civil Rights. 1952
281Legislation Civil Rights Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1952
281Legislation Civil Service Retirement and Pensions. March-December 1952
281Legislation Constitutional Amendments. 1952
281Legislation Construction Contract Act. 1952
281Legislation Defense Production Act. 1952
281Legislation Equal Rights. 1952
281Legislation Everglades. 1952
281Legislation Fair Trade. January-March 1952
281Legislation Flood Control. January 1952
281Legislation Flood Control. February 1952
282Legislation Flood Control. March-December 1952
282Legislation Foreign Policy General. 1952
282Legislation Foreign Policy Japan Peace Treaty. 1952
282Legislation Handicapped People. 1952
282Legislation Health and Drug. 1952
282Legislation Home Owners Loan Act of 1933. 1952
282Legislation Housing. 1952
282Legislation Indians. 1952
282Legislation Key Deer. 1952
282Legislation Labor. January-May 1952
282Legislation Labor. June-December 1952
282Legislation Labor Federal Committee on Migratory Labor. 1952
282Legislation McCarthy, Joseph. 1952
282Legislation Military Construction. 1952
282Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. January-February 1952
282Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. March 1952
283Legislation Price Controls. 1952
283Legislation Public Works General. 1952
283Legislation Public Works Highway Bills. 1952
283Legislation Public Works Niagara Falls. 1952
283Legislation Public Works Regarding Dispersal Bill. 1952
283Legislation Public Works St. Lawrence Seaway. 1952
283Legislation Puerto Rico Proposed Construction. 1952
283Legislation Reciprocal Trade Agreement. 1952
283Legislation Reorganization. 1951
283Legislation Reorganization. 1952
283Legislation Reorganization Agriculture. 1952
283Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1952
284Legislation Social Security. January-February 1952
284Legislation Social Security. May-June 1952
284Legislation Social Security. July-December 1952
284Legislation Taxes General. 1952
284Legislation Transportation. 1952
284Legislation United Nations. 1952
284Legislation United Nations Human Rights. 1952
284Legislation United World Federalist. 1952
284Legislation Veterans. January-March 1952
284Legislation Veterans. April-June 1952
284Legislation Veterans Education Benefit Extension. 1952
284Legislation Veterans Pensions. 1952
series13g
Senatorial Papers 83rd Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, the Rosenberg Case, labor
(including strikes), flood control, and the Everglades. There are several files pertaining
to foreign policy, socialism, NATO, the United Nations, and communism (including charges by
Joseph McCarthy). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files
pertaining to tidelands and the poll tax. In addition, there are several legislation files
related to civil rights, including the poll tax and the Fair Employment Practices Commission
(FEPC). Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains
information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the
year.
285President. 1953
285State Department. January-May 1953
285State Department. June-December 1953
285State Department Inter-American Highway. 1951-1953
285State Department Shrimp Boat Seizure. 1952-1953
285Treasury Department. 1953
285Treasury Department Bureau of Customs. 1953
286Defense Department Camp Blanding. 1953
286Defense Department General. 1953
286Defense Department Defense Procurement. 1953
286Defense Department International Crisis. 1953
286Air Force Airfields. 1953
286Air Force Airfields. 1953
286Air Force Venice Air Base Punta Gorda Field. 1952-1953
286Army Engineers General. 1953
286Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. January-July 1953
287Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. August-December 1953
287Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1953
287Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1953
287Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1953
287Justice Department. 1953
287Justice Department Rosenberg Case. 1953
287Justice Department U.S. Courts. 1953
288Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes. 1953
288Navy Department North Perry and Broward County International Airports. 1953
288Interior Department. 1953
288Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1953
288Agriculture Department. April-June 1953
288Agriculture Department. July-August 1953
289Agriculture Department. September 1953
289Agriculture Department. November 1953
289Agriculture Department. November 1953
289Agriculture Department. December 1953
289Agriculture Department Foot and Mouth Disease. 1953
289Agriculture Department Soil Conservation. January-October 1953
289Agriculture Department Soil Conservation. November-December 1953
289Agriculture Department Tung Oil. 1953
289Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1953
290Commerce Department National Production Authority. 1953
290Labor Department. 1953
290Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1953
290Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1953
290Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1953
290Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1953
290Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1953
290Small Business Administration (Formerly: Reconstruction Finance Corporation). 1953
290Federal Power Commission Hearing, Tallahassee (Natural Gas for Florida). 1948-1953
291General Accounting Office. 1953
291Interstate Commerce Commission. 1953
291Veterans Administration. January-April 1953
291Veterans Administration. May-December 1953
291Veterans Administration Hospital, Lake City. 1949-1950
291Veterans Administration Hospital, Lake City. 1951-1953
292Civil Aeronautics Board. 1953
292Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1953
292Federal Housing Administration. 1953
292Federal Housing Administration Defense Housing, Pensacola. 1953
292Federal Housing Administration FHA Directors in Florida. 1953
292Federal Housing Administration Russell Tinney. 1951-1953
293Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-August 1953
293Miscellaneous Democratic Party. September-December 1953
293Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1953
293Miscellaneous Invitations to Others, University of Florida Centennial and Van Fleet Invitations. 1953
293Miscellaneous Republican Party. 1953
293State Administrative Matters. January-April 1953
293State Administrative Matters. May-December 1953
294National Labor Relations Board. 1953
294Agriculture Committee. 1953
294Small Business Committee. 1953
294Public Works Committee. 1953
294Democratic Steering Committee. 1953
294United Nations Committee. 1953
294Appointments Assistant U.S. Attorneys (Northern and Southern Districts). 1953
294Appointments U.S. Attorney (Northern District). 1953
294Appointments U.S. Attorney (Southern District), George P. Raney. 1953
294Appointments U.S. Attorney (Southern District), James L. Guilmartin. 1953
294Selective Service System. 1953
295Holland Legislation S. 50 Alaska. 1951-1954
295Holland Legislation S. 588 Regulation of Washington, D.C. School Fares. 1950-1953
295Holland Legislation S. 588 Regulation of Washington, D.C. School Fares (Copies of Bills, Reports, etc.). 1950-1953
295Holland Legislation S. 833 Create a Joint Committee on Budget (McClellan, et al.). 1953
295Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1953
295Holland Legislation Tidelands. January-February 1953
295Holland Legislation Tidelands. March-April 1953
296Holland Legislation Tidelands. May-July 1953
296Holland Legislation Tidelands. August-December 1953
296Legislation Agriculture. January-February 1953
296Legislation Agriculture. March 1953
296Legislation Agriculture. April-June 1953
296Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1953
296Legislation Agriculture Farm Credit. 1953
296Legislation Agriculture Price Support. 1953
296Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1953
297Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-June 1953
297Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. July-December 1953
297Legislation Appropriations State, Justice, etc. 1953
297Legislation Appropriations Veterans. 1953
297Legislation Armed Services. 1953
297Legislation Armed Services Doctors Draft. 1953
297Legislation Civil Rights. 1953
297Legislation Civil Rights Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1953
297Legislation Communism. 1953
297Legislation Constitutional Amendment (Bricker). 1953
297Legislation Education. 1953
298Legislation Equal Rights. 1953
298Legislation Everglades. 1953
298Legislation Foreign Policy. January-June 1953
298Legislation Foreign Policy. July-December 1953
298Legislation Foreign Policy NATO. 1953
298Legislation Health and Drug. 1953
298Legislation Housing. 1953
298Legislation Immigration and Naturalization. April-June 1953
298Legislation Immigration and Naturalization. July-December 1953
298Legislation Indians. 1953
298Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). 1953
298Legislation Military Construction. 1953
298Legislation National Defense. 1953
298Legislation Public Works. January-June 1953
299Legislation Public Works. June-December 1953
299Legislation Public Works Highway Bills. 1953
299Legislation Public Works Niagara Falls. 1953
299Legislation Public Works St. Lawrence Seaway. 1953
299Legislation Railroad. 1953
299Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1953
299Legislation Railway Labor Act. 1953
299Legislation Reciprocal Trade Agreement. 1953
299Legislation Social Security. January-April 1953
299Legislation Social Security. May-December 1953
299Legislation Taxes. January-May 1953
299Legislation Taxes. June-December 1953
300Legislation Taxes Income. June-December 1953
300Legislation Taxes Poll Tax. 1953
300Legislation Tidelands (PL 31, S.J. Res. 13). 1948
300Legislation Transportation Rate Fixing, etc. (S. 1461). 1953
300Legislation Transportation Trip Leasing. 1953
300Legislation United Nations. 1953
300Legislation Veterans. 1953
series13h
Senatorial Papers 83rd Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, supplying arms to Israel,
labor (including strikes), the Bricker Constitutional Amendment, and flood control. There
are several files pertaining to foreign policy, China, Indochina, the United Nations, and
communism (including Joseph McCarthy and McCarthyism). Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to tidelands, the appointing of additional
judges, and soil conservation. In addition, there are several legislation files related to
civil rights, including the Supreme Court, segregation, and the poll tax. Note that there is
a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's
engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
301President. 1954
301State Department. January-May 1954
301State Department. June-July 1954
301State Department. August-December 1954
301State Department Arms to Israel. 1954
301State Department Walter Fraser, St. Augustine (Restoration, Spanish Document). 1954
301Defense Department. 1954
301Defense Department. 1954
301Defense Department St. Augustine National Cemetery. 1951-1954
301Defense Department International Crisis. 1954
302Air Force Airfields. 1954
302Air Force Academy Site. 1954
302Air Force Field One DeFuniak Springs. 1954
302Air Force Homestead Air Base. 1954
302Army Engineers General. 1954
302Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1954
302Army Engineers Flood Control St. Lucie Area. 1954
302Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1954
302Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West Coast. 1954
302Army Engineers Omnibus Authorization Bill. 1954
302Army Engineers Water Hyacinths. 1954
302Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Harbor. 1954
303Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1954
303Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1954
303Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Palm Beach Harbor (Lake Worth Inlet). 1954
303Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1954
303Justice Department. 1954
303Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court. 1954
303Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court Segregation Decisions. 1953-1954
303Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes. 1954
304Interior Department. 1954
304Interior Department Red Tide. 1954
304Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1954
304Interior Department National Park Service. 1954
304Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1954
304Agriculture Department. January-February 1954
304Agriculture Department. March-May 1954
304Agriculture Department. June 1954
304Agriculture Department. July 1954
304Agriculture Department. August-December 1954
304Agriculture Department Beef Purchase Program. 1954
305Agriculture Department Emergency Feed Program. 1953-1954
305Agriculture Department Export Program for Citrus (M. Hearn, Florida Citrus Mutual). 1953-1954
305Agriculture Department European Trade Mission (Jim Love). 1954
305Agriculture Department Sugar. 1954
305Agriculture Department USDA Sub Tropical Fruit Station (Orlando). 1950-1952
305Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1954
305Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1954
305Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1954
305Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Seminole Electric Coop. 1954
305Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1954
305Commerce Department Office of International Trade. 1954
306Labor Department. 1954
306Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1954
306Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1954
306Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1954
306Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1954
306Small Business Administration. 1954
306Interstate Commerce Commission. 1954
306Maritime Administration. 1954
306Veterans Administration. 1954
307Veterans Administration. 1954
307Veterans Administration Hospital, Gainesville. 1954
307Civil Aeronautics Board. 1954
307Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1954
307Federal Housing Administration. 1954
307Congressional Record Corrections and Insertions by Holland. 1954
307Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1954
308Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1954
308State Administrative Matters. 1954
308State Administrative Matters. 1954
308Agriculture Committee. 1954
308Public Works Committee. 1954
308United Nations Charter Subcommittee. 1954
308United Nations Subcommittee. 1954
308United Nations Subcommittee Reports, Pamphlets, etc. 1954
308Appointments Federal Judgeship Emett Choate. 1954
308Appointments Federal Judgeship Southern District. 1954
308Appointments Federal Judgeship Southern District Emory Akerman. 1954
308Appointments Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. 1954
308Form Letters, Master Copies. 1954
309Holland Legislation PL 294 (S. 15) Judges, Appointment of Additional. 1953-1954
309Holland Legislation PL 294 (S. 15) Judges, Appointment of Additional. 1951-1952
309Holland Legislation PL 351 (S.J. Res. 123) Boundary Between Alabama and Florida. 1954
309Holland Legislation S. 249 Amend Standing Rules of Senate Regarding Televised and Broadcast Programs. 1954
309Holland Legislation S. 3019 Amend Sugar Act of 1948. 1954
309Holland Legislation S. 3184 Amend Federal-Aid Road Act. 1954
309Holland Legislation S. 3422 Encourage Stable, Prosperous and Free Agriculture. 1954
309Holland Legislation S. 3669 Soil Conservation. 1954
309Holland Legislation Amendment to HR 8300 (Winn and Lovett J.E. Davis). 1954
309Holland Legislation PL 780 (S. 1082, S. 1019) Channel Across St. George Island from Gulf to Apalachicola Bay. 1954
310Holland Legislation PL 493 (S. 436) Camp Blanding Military Reservation. 1951-1954
310Holland Legislation PL 760 (S. 438) Social Security Amendments (Remove Outside Earning Limit). 1953-1954
310Holland Legislation Tidelands. 1954
310Legislation Agriculture General and Supports. January-February 1954
310Legislation Agriculture General and Supports. March-April 1954
310Legislation Agriculture General and Supports. May-July 1954
310Legislation Agriculture General and Supports. August-December 1954
310Legislation Agriculture Conservation. January-May 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Conservation. June-December 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Cotton. 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Dairy Products. 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Pesticides. 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Processed Grapefruit Under Marketing Agreement. 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Soil Conservation (Regarding S. 2548). 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Sugar. 1954
311Legislation Agriculture Tung Products. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Civil Functions. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid and Mutual Security. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Interior, Fish and Wildlife Red Tide. 1954
311Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-March 1954
312Legislation Appropriations Veterans. 1954
312Legislation Armed Services. 1954
312Legislation Armed Services Medical Care for Dependents. 1954
312Legislation Atomic Energy. 1954
312Legislation Civil Rights. 1954
312Legislation Civil Service Retirement. 1954
312Legislation Communism. 1954
312Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. January 1954
312Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. January-February 1954
312Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. February-December 1954
312Legislation Constitutional Amendment General. 1954
312Legislation Construction Contract Act. 1954
312Legislation Education. 1954
312Legislation Equal Rights. 1954
313Legislation Foreign Policy. 1954
313Legislation Foreign Policy Indochina. 1954
313Legislation Foreign Policy Red China. 1954
313Legislation Health and Drug. 1954
313Legislation Handicapped Persons. 1954
313Legislation Housing. 1954
313Legislation Indians. January-February 1954
313Legislation Indians. February-December 1954
313Legislation Juvenile Delinquency. 1954
313Legislation Labor. January-February 1954
313Legislation Labor. March-April 1954
313Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). January-June 1954
313Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). June-September 1954
313Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). October-November 1954
313Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). November-December 1954
314Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism) Form Letters. 1954
314Legislation Merchant Marine. 1954
314Legislation Military Construction. 1954
314Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. 1954
314Legislation Natural Gas. 1954
314Legislation Public Works. 1954
314Legislation Public Works Colorado River Controversy (including Echo Dam). 1954
314Legislation Public Works Fluoridation. 1954
314Legislation Public Works Highway. 1954
314Legislation Public Works Niagara. 1954
314Legislation Public Works Niagara. 1954
315Legislation Poll Tax. 1954
315Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1954
315Legislation Reciprocal Trade. 1954
315Legislation Segregation. 1954
315Legislation Small Business. 1954
315Legislation Social Security. January-March 1954
315Legislation Social Security. March-June 1954
315Legislation Social Security. June-July 1954
315Legislation Social Security Unemployment Tax. 1954
315Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1954
315Legislation Taxes Revenue Revision Bill (Depletion Allowance Phosphate). 1954
315Legislation Trading with the Enemy. 1954
315Legislation Transportation. 1954
315Legislation United Nations. 1954
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Senatorial Papers 84th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, labor (including strikes),
the Bricker Constitutional Amendment, and flood control. There are several files pertaining
to foreign policy, NATO, mutual aid, Formosa, the United Nations, and communism (including
Joseph McCarthy and McCarthyism). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland
are files pertaining to tidelands, color added agriculture, the Seminole Indians, the
Everglades, Jim Woodruff Dam, the poll tax, strikes, and civil defense in Volusia County. In
addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme
Court, segregation, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous -
Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and
itinerary for the year.
316President. 1954-1955
316State Department. January-July 1955
316State Department. July-December 1955
316Treasury Department. 1955
316Treasury Department Southern National Bank Charter (Ft. Walton Beach, Frazier). 1955
316Defense Department. 1954-1955
316Defense Department International Crisis. 1955
316Defense Department NATO Status of Forces Treaty. 1955
316Air Force. 1955
316Air Force. 1955
316Air Force Airfields. 1955
317Air Force Apalachicola Air Force Base. 1955
317Air Force Buckingham Base, Ft. Myers. 1955
317Air Force Eglin Field Housing. 1953-1955
317Air Force Homestead Base. 1955
317Air Force Palm Beach Base. 1954-1955
317Air Force St. Marks Apalachicola Bombing Range. 1955
317Army Engineers General. 1955
317Army Engineers General. 1955
317Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. January-September 1955
317Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. October-December 1955
317Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway. 1955
318Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West Coast. 1955
318Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Harbor. 1955
318Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1955
318Army Engineers Third Congressional District Apalachicola. 1955
318Army Engineers Third Congressional District Pensacola Harbor. 1955
318Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1955
318Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District St. Augustine Harbor, etc. 1955
318Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1955
318Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1955
318Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court. 1955
319Justice Department Segregation. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Brevard County. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Dade County. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Jefferson County. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Pasco. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Sumter. 1955
319Post Office Department Florida Post Office Changes, Suwannee. 1955
319Navy Department Tampa Naval Industrial Reserve Shipyard. 1953-1955
319Interior Department. 1955
319Interior Department Red Tide. 1955
319Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1955
319Interior Department National Park Service. 1955
319Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1955
319Agriculture Department. 1954-1955
320Agriculture Department. March 1955
320Agriculture Department. April-June 1955
320Agriculture Department. November-December 1955
320Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. January-March 1955
320Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. April-May 1955
321Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. June 1955
321Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. July-December 1955
321Agriculture Department Citrus Export Story for International News Service. 1955
321Agriculture Department Citrus Crop Estimates. 1953-1955
321Agriculture Department Kenaf and Ramie. 1951-1955
321Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1955
322Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration Drought Disaster Areas, West Florida. 1955
322Commerce Department. 1954-1955
322Commerce Department International Fairs. 1954-1955
322Commerce Department Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1954-1955
322Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1954-1955
322Labor Department. 1955
322Labor Department Migratory Labor Problems. 1955
322Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1955
322Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Citrus, Color Added. 1954-1955
322Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1954-1955
322Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1954-1955
323Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1954-1955
323Small Business Administration. 1954-1955
323Federal Communications Commission Channel 2 Havana (Tallahassee). 1955
323Interstate Commerce Commission. 1955
323Interstate Commerce Commission. 1955
323Labor-Management Problems. 1955
323National Mediation Board. 1955
323National Mediation Board L and N Railroad Strike. 1955
323National Mediation Board Southern Bell Telephone Strike. 1955
323Foreign Operations. 1955
323Veterans Administration. 1954-1955
323Veterans Administration. 1955
324Veterans Administration Miami VA Regional Office Transfer to Pass-a-Grille. 1955
324Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1955
324Federal Housing Administration. 1955
324Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-August 1955
324Miscellaneous Democratic Party. September-December 1955
324Miscellaneous Democratic Party Fundraising. 1955
324Miscellaneous Democratic Party Paul Butler Florida Visits. 1955
324Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1955
325State Administrative Matters. 1954-1955
325State Administrative Matters. 1955
325State Administrative Matters. 1955
325State Administrative Matters Inter-American Trade Center (Miami). 1955
325Agriculture Committee. 1955
325Sponge Industry Problems. 1954-1955
325Appropriations Committee. 1955
325United Nations Subcommittee. 1954-1955
325United Nations Subcommittee. 1955
326Appointments Judgeships. 1955
326Appointments Federal Judgeship Southern District R.H. Anderson. 1955
326Form Letters. 1955
326Holland Legislation HR 1573 (Holland Amendment to) Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 (Defeated). 1955
326Holland Legislation PL 672 Color Added. 1955-1956
326Holland Legislation PL 672 Color Added, Miscellaneous Information. 1955-1956
326Holland Legislation S. 18 (Daniel, et al.) Communism, Continue Investigation. 1955
326Holland Legislation PL 736 (HR 9451, Haley) Convey Land to Seminole Indians. 1955
326Holland Legislation S. 2641 Everglades. 1955
326Holland Legislation S. 1048 Holland Amendments to Highway Bill. 1955
326Holland Legislation PL 258 (HR 6101, S. 464) Lands on Indian River (Herlong, Smathers, Co-sponsors). 1955
326Holland Legislation PL 300 (HR 1599) Lands at Jim Woodruff Dam (Pilcher). 1955
326Holland Legislation HR 2194 (Sikes) Military Department, State of Florida (Key West Property). 1955
327Holland Legislation PL 499 (HR 5310, S. 1523) Pensacola Property, Quiet Title. 1955
327Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1955
327Holland Legislation Strikes. 1955
327Holland Legislation Tidelands. 1955
327Holland Legislation S. 1356 Trent Trust Company. 1947-1955
327Holland Legislation PL 713 (HR 5657, Herlong) Use Volusia County Land for Civil Defense Purposes. 1955
327Holland Legislation S. 673 Veterans Hospital, Gainesville. 1955
327Holland Legislation HR 5883 (Haley) Winter Haven Laboratory, Funds for. 1955
327Legislation Agriculture. January-May 1955
327Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1955
327Legislation Agriculture Commodity Credit Processing. 1955
327Legislation Agriculture Conservation. 1955
327Legislation Agriculture Cotton. 1955
327Legislation Agriculture Dairy Products. 1955
327Legislation Agriculture Farm Credit. 1955
328Legislation Agriculture Mexican Laborers. 1955
328Legislation Agriculture Sugar. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Citrus Fruit Decline. 1953-1955
328Legislation Appropriations Agriculture School Lunch. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Winter Haven Fruit and Vegetable Laboratory. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Interior Forestry. 1954-1955
328Legislation Appropriations Interior Welaka Fish Cultural Station. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1955
328Legislation Appropriations Mutual Security (Foreign Aid). 1955
329Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1955
329Legislation Appropriations State Department, United Nations. 1955
329Legislation Appropriations Supplemental, Central Intelligence Agency. 1955
329Legislation Armed Services. January-April 1955
329Legislation Armed Services. May 1955
329Legislation Atomic Energy Legislation. 1955
329Legislation Bank Holding Company Legislation. 1955
329Legislation Civil Rights. 1955
329Legislation Communism. 1955
329Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. January-March 1955
329Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. April-December 1955
329Legislation Constitutional Amendment General. 1955
329Legislation Education. 1955
329Legislation Equal Rights. 1955
329Legislation Fair Trade. 1955
329Legislation Fluoridation of Water. 1955
329Legislation Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). 1955
330Legislation Foreign Policy. 1955
330Legislation Foreign Policy Formosa. 1955
330Legislation Forestry. 1955
330Legislation Health and Drug. 1955
330Legislation Highway. January-May 1955
330Legislation Highway. June-July 1955
330Legislation Highway. July-December 1955
330Legislation Housing. 1955
330Legislation Hurricane, Floods, Disaster Insurance. 1955
330Legislation Indians. 1955
330Legislation Labor. January-April 1955
330Legislation Labor. May 1955
330Legislation Labor. June-December 1955
331Legislation McCarthy, Joseph. 1955
331Legislation Members of Congress. 1955
331Legislation Merchant Marine. 1955
331Legislation Military Construction. 1955
331Legislation Miscellaneous Bills in which Holland Interested (Introduced by Florida House Members). 1954
331Legislation National Defense Universal Military Training. 1955
331Legislation NATO. 1955
331Legislation Natural Gas. 1955
331Legislation Public Works. 1955
331Legislation Railroad. 1955
331Legislation Reciprocal Trade. January-March 1955
332Legislation Reciprocal Trade. March-December 1955
332Legislation Segregation. 1955
332Legislation Small Business. 1955
332Legislation Social Security. January-July 1955
332Legislation Social Security. July-December 1955
332Legislation Social Security Agriculture Workers. 1950-1955
332Legislation Tidelands. 1955
332Legislation Transportation. 1955
332Legislation United Nations. 1955
332Legislation Veterans. January-June 1955
332Legislation Veterans. July-December 1955
series13j
Senatorial Papers 84th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, supplying arms to Israel,
the medfly and spreading decline, labor (including strikes), the Atlantic Coast Line and
Florida East Coast Railroads, highways and roads, Social Security, and the Democratic
National Convention. There are several files pertaining to foreign policy, mutual aid, the
United Nations, and communism. Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland
are files pertaining to tidelands, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, the Everglades, the poll
tax, and sugar bills. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil
rights, including the Supreme Court, segregation, and the poll tax. Note that there is a
file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's
engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
333President. 1956
333State Department. 1956
333State Department. 1955-1956
333State Department Arms to Israel. 1956
333State Department Arms to Israel. 1956
333State Department Arms to Israel. 1956
333State Department Shrimp Industry. 1956
333Treasury Department Spot Inspection at International Airport, Miami. 1950-1954
333Army Helicopter School. 1955-1956
334Defense Department. 1956
334Defense Department International Crisis. 1956
334Air Force Joint Long Range Proving Ground (Access Roads). 1949-1956
334Army Engineers General. 1956
334Army Engineers Logan Lumber Company. 1955
334Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1956
334Army Engineers National Rivers and Harbors Congress. 1956
335Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1956
335Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1956
335Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1956
335Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1956
335Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1956
335Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1956
335Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Extension of Intracoastal Waterway Between Venetian and MacArthur Causeways. 1956
335Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1956
335Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District New River Dredging. 1956
335Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Palm Beach Harbor. 1956
335Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Port Everglades Harbor (Ft. Lauderdale). 1956
335Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Vero Beach Harbor. 1956
335Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District Manatee River Project. 1956
335Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District Rice Creek (Putnam County). 1956
335Justice Department. 1956
336Justice Department Segregation. 1956
336Justice Department Segregation. 1956
336Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court. 1956
336Interior Department. 1956
336Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1956
336Interior Department National Park Service. 1956
336Interior Department Seminole Rock and Sand Company. 1951-1955
337Agriculture Department. 1956
337Agriculture Department. 1956
337Agriculture Department. 1956
337Agriculture Department. 1956
337Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. 1956
337Agriculture Department Kenaf and Ramie. 1956
337Agriculture Department Mediterranean Fruit Fly. 1956
337Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1956
337Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1956
338Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1956
338Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1956
338Labor Department. 1956
338Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1956
338Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1956
338Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1956
338Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1956
338Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1956
338Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1956
338General Services Administration Live Oak Naval Reservation. 1950-1954
338Small Business Administration. 1956
338Federal Communications Commission. 1956
339Federal Communications Commission. 1956
339Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 1956
339Federal Trade Commission Florida Citrus Mutual. 1952-1956
339Interstate Commerce Commission. 1956
339Interstate Commerce Commission Docket. 1956
339Interstate Commerce Commission Watermelons. 1956
339Veterans Administration. 1956
340Veterans Administration. 1956
340Civil Aeronautics Board Additional Carriers, New York, Florida. 1956
340Civil Aeronautics Board Additional Carriers, New York to Orlando. 1956
340Civil Aeronautics Board New York to Florida Case. 1956
340Civil Aeronautics Board Third Air Carrier to Florida. 1956
340Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1956
340Federal Housing Administration. 1956
340Public Housing Administration. 1956
340Congressional Records Inserts by Holland. 1956
340Miscellaneous Bartow Office. 1953-1954
340Miscellaneous Bartow Office. 1955-1956
341Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-March 1956
341Miscellaneous Democratic Party. April-May 1956
341Miscellaneous Democratic Party. June-December 1956
341Miscellaneous Democratic National Convention. 1956
341Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1956
341Miscellaneous Everglades. 1956
341Miscellaneous Political. 1956
342State Administrative Matters. 1956
342State Administrative Matters. 1956
342United Nations Subcommittee. 1956
342Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-Essential Expenditures. 1956
342Appointments. 1956
342Form Letters. 1956
343Holland Legislation PL 878 Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant (Agriculture Credit Facilities). 1956
343Holland Legislation PL 511 Holland Amendment to Bankholding Bill (Regarding Agriculture). 1956
343Holland Legislation H.J.R. 413 (Bennett) Barge Canal. 1956
343Holland Legislation S. 11 Equality of Opportunity (Strengthen Robinson-Patnam). 1953-1956
343Holland Legislation S. 11 Equality of Opportunity (Strengthen Robinson-Patnam). 1956
343Holland Legislation S. 11 Equality of Opportunity (Kefauver, et al.). 1956
343Holland Legislation S. 2642 Everglades National Park. 1956
343Holland Legislation PL 809 Farm Credit Legislation. 1956
343Holland Legislation PL 669 Relief of Florida State Hospital. 1956
343Holland Legislation PL 418 Conveyance of Lee County Land (Punta Rassa). 1956
344Holland Legislation Poll Tax. 1956
344Holland Legislation PL 880 Social Security Amendments (Federal Aid to State Welfare Program). 1956
344Holland Legislation S. 3675 (Aiken, et al.) Soil Bank. 1956
344Holland Legislation S. 3651 (Holland, et al.) Soil Bank. 1956
344Holland Legislation PL 545 (HR 7030) Amend Sugar Act. 1956
344Holland Legislation PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955-1956
344Holland Legislation PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955
344Holland Legislation PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955-1956
344Holland Legislation Tidelands. 1956
344Holland Legislation S. 3219 Transfer Surplus St. Josephs Military Reservation Property (Packard). 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. January 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. February 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. February-March 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. March 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. March 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. March-April 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. May 1956
345Legislation Agriculture. June-August 1956
345Legislation Agriculture Cotton. 1956
346Legislation Agricultural (Holland, Chairman) Agricultural Credit and Rural Electrification Subcommittee. 1956
346Legislation Anti-Trust. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Medfly and Spreading Decline. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Medfly and Spreading Decline. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Winter Haven Laboratory. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Winter Haven Laboratory. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Health. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Interior Forestry. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1956
346Legislation Appropriations State. 1956
347Legislation Atomic Energy Legislation. 1956
347Legislation Armed Services. January-May 1956
347Legislation Armed Services. June-December 1956
347Legislation Bankholding. January-February 1956
347Legislation Bankholding. March-December 1956
347Legislation Bankholding (Treadwell-Bayless File). 1955-1956
347Legislation Civil Rights. 1956
347Legislation Communism. 1956
347Legislation Constitutional Amendment Bricker. 1956
347Legislation Constitutional Amendment General. 1956
347Legislation District of Columbia. 1956
347Legislation Education. January-March 1956
347Legislation Education. April-December 1956
347Legislation Education (Miscellaneous Information). 1956
348Legislation Elections. 1956
348Legislation Equal Rights. 1956
348Legislation Fisheries. 1956
348Legislation Fluoridation. 1956
348Legislation Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). January-February 1956
348Legislation Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). March-May 1956
348Legislation Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). June-July 1956
348Legislation Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). July-December 1956
348Legislation Foreign Policy. 1956
348Legislation Handicapped People. 1956
348Legislation Health and Drug. 1956
348Legislation Health and Drug (Miscellaneous Bills, Data, etc.). 1956
348Legislation Highway. January 1956
348Legislation Highway. February 1956
349Legislation Highway. March-April 1956
349Legislation Highway. May 1956
349Legislation Highway. May-June 1956
349Legislation Highway. July-December 1956
349Legislation Highway Miscellaneous. 1956
349Legislation Highway Miscellaneous. 1956
349Legislation Highway Miscellaneous. 1956
349Legislation Housing. 1956
349Legislation Housing Farm Labor Camps. 1956
349Legislation Hurricane and Flood Damage. 1956
349Legislation Indians. 1956
349Legislation Judicial. 1956
349Legislation Labor. 1956
349Legislation Labor Agriculture. 1956
350Legislation Natural Gas. January 1956
350Legislation Natural Gas. January-February 1956
350Legislation Panama Canal. 1956
350Legislation Public Works. 1956
350Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1956
350Legislation Reciprocal Trade. 1956
350Legislation Reciprocal Trade (Miscellaneous). 1956
350Legislation Segregation. 1956
350Legislation Small Business. 1956
350Legislation Social Security Agricultural Workers. 1956
350Legislation Social Security Townsend Plan. 1956
350Legislation Social Security. January 1956
350Legislation Social Security. February 1956
350Legislation Social Security. March-April 1956
350Legislation Social Security. April-May 1956
350Legislation Social Security. May-June 1956
350Legislation Social Security. June-July 1956
350Legislation Social Security. July-December 1956
351Legislation States Rights. 1956
351Legislation Taxes. 1956
351Legislation Taxes Cooperatives. 1956
351Legislation Taxes Income. 1956
351Legislation Taxes Poll Tax. 1956
351Legislation Transportation. 1956
351Legislation United Nations. 1956
351Legislation Veterans Establishment of National Cemetery. 1956
351Legislation Veterans. January-February 1956
351Legislation Veterans. February-March 1956
351Legislation Watershed. 1956
series13k
Senatorial Papers 85th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Hungarian refugees, protests
to a visit by Tito, the medfly and spreading decline, and labor (including strikes). There
are several files pertaining to foreign policy, mutual aid, the United Nations, and
communism (including McCarthyism). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by
Holland are files pertaining to mosquito control, veterans hospitals, tidelands, the
Everglades, and the poll tax. In addition, there are several legislation files related to
civil rights, including the Supreme Court, segregation (including Little Rock, Arkansas),
and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that
contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the
year.
352President. 1957
352State Department. 1957
352State Department. 1957
352State Department. 1957
352State Department Hungarian Refugees (Jobs, Domestics, Adoptions). 1957
352State Department Tito Visit, Protests. 1957
352Treasury Department. 1957
352Treasury Department Firearms Regulations. 1957
352Defense Department. January-September 1957
352Defense Department. October-November 1957
353Defense Department. November-December 1957
353Defense Department International Crisis. 1957
353Defense Department Closed Shop vs. Open Shop, Patrick Air Force Base. 1957
353Air Force Land Acquisition, Cape Canaveral. 1956-1957
353Air Force MacDill Air Force Base (Noise Problems). 1957
353Army Engineers General. January-May 1957
353Army Engineers General. June-December 1957
353Army Engineers Contracts. 1956-1957
353Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. January-June 1957
353Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. July-December 1957
354Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida St. Lucie Estuary and Fish and Wildlife Controversy. 1957
354Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1957
354Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1957
354Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Harbor. 1957
354Army Engineers First Congressional District Boca Ciega Bay. 1957
354Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1957
354Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1957
354Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Sanford Titusville Canal. 1957
354Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Ft. Pierce Harbor. 1957
354Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1957
354Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District Horseshoe Cove. 1957
355Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1957
355Justice Department Little Rock, Arkansas School Problem. 1957
355Justice Department Segregation. 1957
355Justice Department Segregation. 1957
355Justice Department Segregation (Little Rock). 1957
355Justice Department U.S. Supreme Court. 1957
355Navy Air Basic Training Command Location of New Training Fields (Pensacola). 1957
355Navy Proposed New Naval Air Station, Sixth Naval District. 1957
355Navy Sanford Naval Air Station. 1957
355Interior Department. 1957
355Interior Department Oil Price and Supply Situation. 1957
355Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1957
356Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1957
356Agriculture Department. January-February 1957
356Agriculture Department. March-April 1957
356Agriculture Department. May-June 1957
356Agriculture Department. June-August 1957
356Agriculture Department. September-December 1957
356Agriculture Department Citrus Exports. 1957
357Agriculture Department Mediterranean Fruit Fly. 1956-1957
357Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1957
357Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1957
357Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1957
357Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1957
357Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1957
357Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1957
357Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1957
357Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Board. 1957
357Small Business Administration. 1957
358Federal Communications Commission. 1957
358Interstate Commerce Commission. 1957
358Strikes. 1957
358Veterans Administration. 1957
358Civil Aeronautics Board New York to Florida Case. 1957
358Civil Aeronautics Board Southern Airways (Leesburg). 1957
358Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1957
358Federal Housing Administration. 1957
358Federal Housing Administration Approval for Brevard County. 1954-1957
359Congressional Records Corrections and Inserts by Holland. 1957
359Miscellaneous Bartow Office. 1957-1958
359Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1957
359Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1957
359Miscellaneous Everglades. 1957
359Miscellaneous Political. 1956-1957
359State Administrative Matters. January-March 1957
359State Administrative Matters. April 1957
359State Administrative Matters. May-June 1957
360State Administrative Matters. July-December 1957
360State Administrative Matters Interstate Highway System. 1957
360State Administrative Matters Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. 1957
360Holland Legislation S. 49 (Murray, et al.) Statehood Bill (Hawaii and Alaska). 1955-1957
360Holland Legislation PL 85-508 (S. 49) Statehood for Alaska. 1957-1958
360Holland Legislation PL 85-546 (S. 3314) Relief for Ft. Myers, Lee County (Buckingham). 1957
360Holland Legislation PL 85-546 (S. 3314) Relief for Ft. Myers, Lee County (Buckingham). 1956-1959
360Holland Legislation PL 85-682 (S. 3926) Conveyance of Interest in Fissionable Materials, Leon County. 1957-1958
361Holland Legislation S. 704 Mosquito Control. 1957
361Holland Legislation S. 704 Mosquito Control. 1955-1956
361Holland Legislation S. 1066 Claims for Damages Caused by Aircraft and Guided Missiles. 1956-1958
361Holland Legislation S. 1418 (Stennis and Holland) Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (Agriculture Commodities). 1957
361Holland Legislation HR 1958 (Matthews) Veterans Affairs Hospital, Gainesville. 1956-1958
361Holland Legislation S. 2142 Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 (Citrus and Figs). 1957-1960
361Holland Legislation S. 4058 Construction of Hospital Facilities in Florida (Beds for Disabled Veterans). 1957-1958
361Holland Legislation HR 6127 Poll Tax Amendment to Civil Rights Bill. 1957
361Holland Legislation Tidelands. 1957
361Holland Legislation M.F. Comer Bridge and Foundation. 1956-1957
361Holland Legislation S. 1790 Everglades. 1956-1957
361Holland Legislation S. 1790 Everglades. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1957
362Legislation Agriculture. April-May 1957
362Legislation Agriculture. May-August 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Corn. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Cotton. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Potatoes. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Poultry Inspection. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Public Law 480. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Sugar. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Tobacco. 1957
362Legislation Agriculture Tomato Marketing Agreement. 1957
362Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. January-April 1957
363Legislation Appropriations (General Reduce Budget). January-March 1957
363Legislation Appropriations (General Reduce Budget). May-June 1957
363Legislation Appropriations (General Reduce Budget). June-July 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Medfly. 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Spreading Decline (Geo. Raney). 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Spreading Decline (Nematode). 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Commerce 24-hour Quarantine. 1957
363Legislation Appropriations Commerce Burke. 1957
364Legislation Appropriations Commerce Burke. 1957
364Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1957
364Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). 1957
364Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1957
364Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1957
364Legislation Appropriations State. 1957
364Legislation Armed Services. January-April 1957
365Legislation Banking. January-March 1957
365Legislation Banking. March 1957
365Legislation Banking. March-December 1957
365Legislation Civil Rights. January-August 1957
365Legislation Civil Rights. August 1957
365Legislation Civil Rights. August-December 1957
365Legislation Communism. 1957
365Legislation Drought Relief. 1957
365Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-February 1957
366Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. March-June 1957
366Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. July-December 1957
366Legislation Equal Rights. 1957
366Legislation Foreign Aid. 1957
366Legislation Foreign Policy. 1957
366Legislation Foreign Policy. 1957
366Legislation Fuels. 1957
366Legislation Health and Drug. 1957
366Legislation Highway. 1957
366Legislation Housing. 1957
366Legislation Housing. 1957
367Legislation Immigration. 1957
367Legislation Labor. January-February 1957
367Legislation Labor. March-April 1957
367Legislation Labor. June-December 1957
367Legislation McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). 1957
367Legislation Public Works. 1957
367Legislation Reciprocal Trade. 1957
367Legislation Small Business. January-March 1957
367Legislation Small Business. April-December 1957
367Legislation Small Business (Miscellaneous Data). 1957
367Legislation Social Security. 1957
367Legislation Social Security (Miscellaneous). 1957
367Legislation States Rights. 1957
367Legislation Supreme Court. 1957
368Legislation Taxes. January-March 1957
368Legislation Taxes. April-June 1957
368Legislation Taxes. June-August 1957
368Legislation Taxes Excise. 1957
368Legislation Tennessee Valley Authority. 1957
368Legislation Transportation. 1957
368Legislation United Nations. 1957
368Legislation Veterans. 1957
series13l
Senatorial Papers 85th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Nixon and South American
incidents, political support in the primary race against Claude Pepper, and labor (including
strikes). There are several files pertaining to foreign policy, mutual aid, the United
Nations, and communism (including McCarthyism). Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to the Everglades and strikes in public
utilities. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights,
including the Supreme Court, segregation, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file
entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's
engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
368President. 1958
368State Department. January-April 1958
368State Department. May-November 1958
369State Department. November-December 1958
369State Department Chief Osceola, Return of Remains to Florida. 1951-1958
369State Department South American Incidents (Nixon). 1958
369Defense Department. January-May 1958
369Defense Department. June-December 1958
369Defense Department Area Access Roads. 1958
369Defense Department International Crisis. January-July 1958
369Defense Department International Crisis. August-December 1958
369Army Engineers General. 1958
369Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369Army Engineers Bridges. 1958
370Army Engineers Contracts. January-August 1958
370Army Engineers Contracts. September-December 1958
370Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1958
370Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1958
370Army Engineers Cross State Barge Canal. 1958
370Army Engineers First Congressional District Tampa Harbor. 1958
370Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1958
370Army Engineers Third Congressional District Pensacola Harbor. 1958
370Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1958
370Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1958
370Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1958
370Justice Department Supreme Court. 1958
370Justice Department Segregation. 1958
371Post Office Florida Post Office Changes. 1958
371Interior Department. 1958
371Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1958
371Interior Department Fort Marion Circle Traffic (St. Augustine). 1956-1958
371Agriculture Department. January-March 1958
371Agriculture Department. April-July 1958
372Agriculture Department. August-September 1958
372Agriculture Department. October-December 1958
372Agriculture Department Cucumber Marketing Agreements. 1958
372Agriculture Department Freeze Damage and Disaster Feed Program. 1957-1958
372Agriculture Department Tung Oil. 1958
372Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1958
372Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1958
372Commerce Department Air Modernization Lab, Brooksville. 1958
372Commerce Department Bureau of Public Roads. 1958
372Labor Department. 1958
372Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1958
373Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1958
373Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1958
373General Services Administration Miami Federal Building. 1958
373Small Business Administration. 1958
373Federal Communications Commission. 1958
373Federal Power Commission. 1958
373Strikes. 1958
374Aircraft Inspectors (Pensacola). 1955-1957
374Maritime Administration. 1958
374Tariff Commission Cuban Cigars. 1956-1958
374Veterans Administration. 1958
374Civil Aeronautics Board Orlando to New Orleans and Points West. 1957-1958
374Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1958
374Federal Housing Administration. 1958
375Federal Housing Administration Approval for Brevard County. 1958
375Public Housing Administration. 1958
375Miscellaneous Bartow Office. 1958
375Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1958
375Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1958
375Miscellaneous Newspapers. 1958
375Miscellaneous Newsletters, Win Pendleton. 1958
376Miscellaneous Political. 1958
376Miscellaneous Political Support. 1958
376Miscellaneous Political Support. 1958
376State Administrative Matters. 1957-1959
376State Administrative Matters. 1958
376National Labor Relations Board. 1958
377Holland Legislation S. 1790 Everglades. 1957-1958
377Holland Legislation S. 209 Strikes, Public Utilities. 1958
377Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1958
377Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1958
377Legislation Agriculture. March-May 1958
377Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1958
377Legislation Agriculture Cotton. 1958
377Legislation Agriculture Dairy. 1958
377Legislation Agriculture Disaster Loans. 1958
377Legislation Agriculture Onions. 1958
377Legislation Agriculture Public Law 480 (Fruit). 1958
378Legislation Agriculture Meat. 1958
378Legislation Agriculture Holland Subcommittee. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1957-1958
378Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Commerce Burke and Chantilly Airports. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Commerce Interamerican Highway. 1957
378Legislation Appropriations General. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Interior Welaka Fish Hatchery. 1958
378Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1958
379Legislation Appropriations Defense Department. 1958
379Legislation Appropriations Interior Department. 1958
379Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1958
379Legislation Armed Services. January-February 1958
379Legislation Armed Services. April 1958
379Legislation Armed Services. April-December 1958
379Legislation Atomic Energy. 1957
379Legislation Bridges. 1958
379Legislation Civil Aeronautics. 1958
379Legislation Civil Rights. 1958
380Legislation Communism. 1958
380Legislation Economic Situation. 1958
380Legislation Education. 1958
380Legislation Equal Rights. 1958
380Legislation Everglades. 1958
380Legislation Foreign Aid. 1958
380Legislation Foreign Policy. 1958
380Legislation Health. 1958
380Legislation Highway. January-April 1958
380Legislation Highway. April-December 1958
381Legislation Housing. January-May 1958
381Legislation Housing. May-December 1958
381Legislation Humane Slaughter. 1958
381Legislation Indians. 1958
381Legislation Labor. January-February 1958
381Legislation Labor. March-April 1958
381Legislation Labor. May 1958
381Legislation Labor. May-December 1958
381Legislation Maritime. 1958
381Legislation Public Works. 1958
381Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1958
381Legislation Reciprocal Trade. 1958
382Legislation Reciprocal Trade. 1958
382Legislation Rivers and Harbors. 1958
382Legislation Rural Electrification. 1958
382Legislation Science and Engineering. 1958
382Legislation Social Security. January-March 1958
382Legislation Social Security. May-July 1958
382Legislation Social Security. July-August 1958
382Legislation Social Security. August-December 1958
382Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1958
382Legislation Supreme Court. January-March 1958
382Legislation Supreme Court. March-May 1958
382Legislation Supreme Court. May-December 1958
383Legislation Taxes. 1958
383Legislation Taxes Cooperatives. 1958
383Legislation Taxes Excise. 1958
383Legislation Taxes Income. 1958
383Legislation Tidelands. 1958
383Legislation Transportation. April-May 1958
383Legislation Transportation. May-December 1958
383Legislation United Nations. 1958
series13m
Senatorial Papers 86th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, a visit by Khrushchev, the
Cross State Barge Canal, the 1960 Democratic National Convention, and labor (including
strikes). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to
the poll tax, pesticides, the Everglades National Park, the barge canal, Castillo de San
Marcos, and strikes in public utilities and airlines. In addition, there are several
legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme Court, segregation, and the
poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains
information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the
year.
384President. 1959
384President Fuel Oil Imports (Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization). 1959
384State Department. January-February 1959
384State Department. March-May 1959
384State Department. June-July 1959
384State Department. July-August 1959
384State Department. September-December 1959
385State Department Khrushchev Visit. 1959
385Treasury Department. 1959
385Defense Department Deactivation of Army Reserve Units in Florida (Reserve Reorganization Plan). 1959
385Defense Department. 1959
385Defense Department Area Access Roads. 1959
385Defense Department International Crisis. 1959
385Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. January-July 1959
386Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. May-December 1959
386Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Salinity Dam (Biscayne). 1959
386Army Engineers Chas. Smith Construction Company. 1959
386Army Engineers Cross State Barge Canal. 1959
386Army Engineers Closed, Administration. 1959
386Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1959
386Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West (Caloosahatchee to Anclote). 1959
386Army Engineers Tri States Construction Company. 1959
386Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1959
386Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1959
387Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1959
387Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1959
387Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District Withlacoochee River. 1959
387Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1959
387Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1959
387Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District Mills Creek. 1959
387Justice Department. 1959
387Justice Department Crummer Case. 1959
387Justice Department Segregation. 1959
387Post Office Florida Post Office Changes. 1959
387Navy Department Guantanamo Naval Base. 1958
387Navy Department Blackwater River State Forest. 1953-1957
387Navy Department Wherry Housing (Green Cove Springs and Whiting Field). 1959
387Interior Department. 1959
388Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1959
388Interior Department National Park Service. 1959
388Agriculture Department Citrus Export. 1958-1959
388Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1959
388Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1959
388Agriculture Department Rural Electrification. 1959
388Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1959
388Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1959
388Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. January-March 1959
389Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. April-December 1959
389Small Business Administration. 1959
389Federal Communications Commission. 1959
389Federal Communications Commission Biscayne TV, Miami WCKT. 1959
389Strikes. 1959
389Miami Beach Hotel Strike. 1955
389Federal Housing Administration. May-December 1959
390Federal Housing Administration. January-April 1959
390Miscellaneous Democratic National Convention 1960 Los Angeles. 1959
390Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1959
390Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1959
390Miscellaneous Political. 1959
390State Administrative Matters. January-March 1959
390State Administrative Matters. March-May 1959
390State Administrative Matters. May-June 1959
391State Administrative Matters. June-December 1959
391Holland Legislation S. 401 (Goldwater et al.) Equalization of Pay for Retired Members of Armed Services. 1959
391Holland Legislation S. 209 Strikes in Public Utilities. 1959-1961
391Holland Legislation S. 80 Airline Strikes. 1959
391Holland Legislation Hodge's Cotton Claim. 1959
391Holland Legislation S. 1555 (Holland Amendments to) Labor Bill. 1959
391Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 58 Poll Tax Amendment. 1959
391Holland Legislation S. 3 (McClellan et al.) Federal Anti-Preemption Bill. 1959
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-2 (S. 79) Color-Added. 1957-1958
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-2 (S. 79) Color-Added. 1959
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-139 (S. 1900) Pesticides. 1959
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-274 (S. 1929) Amend Communications Act of 1934 Regarding Equal Time. 1959
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-537 (S. 2602) Labeling, Pesticides Chemicals. 1957-1959
392Holland Legislation PL. 86-573 (S. 2174) Permit to File Application for Patent to Certain Florida Land (Amended Van Horne). 1959-1960
392Holland Legislation PL 86-681 (S. 2576) Additional Lands, Everglades National Park. 1959
392Holland Legislation PL 86-580 (S. 2328) Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (Additional Lands for). 1959-1961
392Holland Legislation PL 86-580 (S. 2328) Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (Additional Lands for). 1959-1961
392Holland Legislation S. 2301 Cross State Barge Canal. 1959-1960
392Holland Legislation PL 86-652 (HR 5055, Herlong) Convey Land to St. Augustine. 1960
392Holland Legislation Pr.L. 86-728 (S. 1214) Additional Lands, DeSoto National Memorial. 1960-1961
393Legislation Agriculture. January-May 1959
393Legislation Agriculture. June-August 1959
393Legislation Agriculture. September-December 1959
393Legislation Agriculture Anti-Trust Laws Regarding Cooperatives. 1959
393Legislation Agriculture Farm Credit Administration. 1959
393Legislation Airport Construction. 1959
393Legislation Appropriations. 1959
393Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1959
393Legislation Appropriations Commerce. January-June 1959
393Legislation Appropriations Commerce. June-December 1959
394Legislation Appropriations Commerce Chantilly Airport. 1959
394Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1959
394Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1959
394Legislation Appropriations Mutual Security. 1959
394Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1959
394Legislation Appropriations State. 1959
394Legislation Area Redevelopment. 1959
394Legislation Automobile. 1959
394Legislation Bombings. 1959
394Legislation Civil Rights. 1959
394Legislation Civil Rights. 1959
394Legislation Communism. 1959
395Legislation Economic Situation. January-February 1959
395Legislation Economic Situation. March 1959
395Legislation Economic Situation. May 1959
395Legislation Education. 1959
395Legislation Equal Rights. 1959
395Legislation Foreign Aid. 1959
395Legislation Foreign Policy. 1959
395Legislation Highway. 1959
396Legislation Housing. January-February 1959
396Legislation Labor. March-April 1959
396Legislation Labor. May 1959
396Legislation Labor. August-September 1959
396Legislation Public Works. 1959
396Legislation Small Business. 1959
396Legislation Socialism. 1959
396Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1959
396Legislation Social Security. January-June 1959
397Legislation Social Security. July-December 1959
397Legislation States Rights. 1959
397Legislation Supreme Court. 1959
397Legislation Taxes Cooperatives. 1959
397Legislation Taxes Excise. 1959
397Legislation Television and Radio. 1959
397Legislation Tidelands. 1959
397Legislation Transportation. 1959
397Legislation Veterans. 1959
397Legislation Water Resources Hearing, Jacksonville. 1959
397Legislation Youth Conservation Corps. 1959
series13n
Senatorial Papers 86th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba, the Dominican
Republic, the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, the Cross State Barge Canal, Hurricane Donna,
the Democratic National Convention, and labor (including strikes). Among the legislation
sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and
obscene materials, and states rights. In addition, there are several legislation files
related to civil rights, including the Supreme Court, integration, lynching, LeRoy Collins
and sit-downs, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary
of Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and
itinerary for the year.
398President. 1960
398State Department. January-May 1960
398State Department. May-July 1960
398State Department. July-September 1960
398State Department. October-December 1960
398State Department Cuban Situation. 1960
398State Department Cuban Situation. 1960
398State Department Dominican Situation. 1960
398State Department Panama Canal. 1960
398State Department Suez Canal. 1960
399Defense Department. 1960
399Defense Department International Crisis. January-June 1960
399Defense Department International Crisis. July-December 1960
399Defense Department Suwannee Steamship. 1960
399Air Force Avon Park. 1960
399Air Force Palm Beach Base. 1957-1960
399Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1960
399Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1960
399Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1960
399Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1960
400Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1960
400Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Flood Conditions. 1960
400Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Martin County. 1960
400Army Engineers General. 1960
400Army Engineers Green Swamp (Withlacoochee, Peace, Hillsborough, Ocklawaha Rivers). 1960
400Army Engineers Gulf Coast Shrimp Harbors. 1960
400Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1960
400Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1960
400Army Engineers Water Hyacinths (Captain Noah Tilghman). 1960
400Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1960
401Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1960
401Justice Department Integration. 1960
401Justice Department Supreme Court. 1960
401Navy Department Pensacola Naval Air Station. 1960
401Interior Department. 1960
401Interior Department Saline Water Conversion Plant. 1960
401Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1960
401Interior Department National Park Service. 1960
401Interior Department Fish and Wildlife. 1960
401Agriculture Department. January-July 1960
402Agriculture Department Citrus Export. 1960
402Agriculture Department Sugar (Quotas, Sugar Mill, etc.). 1960
402Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1960
402Department of Commerce Standards for Cast Iron Pipe. 1960
402Department of Commerce Bureau of Census. 1960
402Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1960
402Labor Department. 1960
402Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1960
402Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1960
402Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1960
403General Services Administration. 1960
403General Services Administration Dade County Redevelopment Plan. 1960
403Small Business Administration. 1960
403Federal Aviation Authority. 1960
403Federal Communications Commission. 1960
403Federal Trade Commission. 1960
403Interstate Commerce Commission. 1960
404Strikes. 1960
404Veterans Administration. 1960
404Federal Housing Administration. 1959-1960
404Public Housing Administration. 1960
404Federal Home Loan Bank Board. 1960
404Miscellaneous Democratic Convention. 1960
404Miscellaneous Democratic Convention. 1960
404Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-May 1960
404Miscellaneous Democratic Party. June-July 1960
405Miscellaneous Democratic Party. August 1960
405Miscellaneous Democratic Party. September 1960
405Miscellaneous Democratic Party. October-December 1960
405Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1960
405Miscellaneous Election. 1960
405Miscellaneous James M. McEwen Campaign for Congress. 1960
405State Administrative Matters. January-February 1960
405State Administrative Matters. March-May 1960
405State Administrative Matters. June-July 1960
406State Administrative Matters. August-September 1960
406State Administrative Matters. October-December 1960
406Miami Metropolitan Area. 1956-1960
406Broward Metropolitan Area. 1950-1960
406Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization Civil Defense Hurricane Donna. 1960
406Holland Legislation S. 3204 (Ellender et al.) Importation of Shrimp. 1960
406Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1960
406Holland Legislation S. 3736 Noxious Materials (Obscene Literature). 1960
406Holland Legislation S. 269 Equalization of Officers Retirement Pay. 1960
406Holland Legislation S. 3787 Perishable Agricultural Commodities. 1960
406Holland Legislation S. 3 States Rights. 1960
406Holland Legislation SJ Res 58 Poll Tax Amendment. 1960
406Holland Legislation SJ Res 6 Create Quadricentennial Anniversary Commission of Florida. 1956-1960
407Legislation Agriculture. 1960
407Legislation Agriculture Farmers Home Administration (Re: Allot Bill, S. 2144). 1960
407Legislation Agriculture PL 480 Program (Foreign Trade). 1960
407Legislation Agriculture Utilization Research (S. 690). 1960
407Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-May 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. May-June 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. June-December 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Entomology Lab Gainesville from Orlando. 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1960
407Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1960
408Legislation Appropriations Forestry. 1960
408Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1959
408Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1960
408Legislation Appropriations Mutual Security (Foreign Aid). 1960
408Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1960
408Legislation Appropriations State Department. 1960
408Legislation Armed Services. January-August 1960
408Legislation Armed Services. August-December 1960
408Legislation Aviation. 1960
408Legislation Banking. 1960
408Legislation Bankruptcy. 1960
408Legislation Civil Rights. January-February 1960
408Legislation Civil Rights. March 1960
409Legislation Civil Rights. April-December 1960
409Legislation Civil Rights. 1960
409Legislation Civil Rights Lynching Bills and Amendments. 1959-1960
409Legislation Civil Rights Opinion of Attorney General Regarding LeRoy Collins on Sit-downs. 1960
409Legislation Communism. 1960
409Legislation Color Added. 1960
409Legislation Constitutional Amendments. 1960
409Legislation Economic Situation. 1960
409Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January 1960
409Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. February-May 1960
409Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. May-December 1960
409Legislation Education, Federal Aid to Loyalty Oath. 1960
409Legislation Equal Rights. 1960
409Legislation Everglades National Park. 1954-1959
410Legislation Foreign Aid. 1960
410Legislation Foreign Policy. 1960
410Legislation Foreign Policy Connally Amendment. 1960
410Legislation Foreign Policy Conventions of the Sea and Executive N. 1960
410Legislation Foreign Policy Dry Tortugas Treaty. 1960
410Legislation Health. 1960
410Legislation Housing. 1960
410Legislation Humane Slaughter and Treatment. 1960
410Legislation Inter-American Highway. 1960
411Legislation Juvenile Delinquency. 1960
411Legislation Labor Farm Workers. 1960
411Legislation Labor. January 1960
411Legislation Labor. March-April 1960
411Legislation Labor. July-August 1960
411Legislation Labor. August 1960
411Legislation Labor. September-December 1960
412Legislation Public Works. 1960
412Legislation Railroad. January-March 1960
412Legislation Railroad. April-December 1960
412Legislation Social Security. January-March 1960
412Legislation Social Security. June-August 1960
412Legislation Social Security. August 1960
412Legislation Social Security. August 1960
412Legislation Social Security. August-December 1960
412Legislation Social Security- Forand Bill. 1960
412Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1960
412Legislation States Rights. 1960
413Legislation Supreme Court. 1960
413Legislation Taxes. January-April 1960
413Legislation Taxes. May-July 1960
413Legislation Television and Radio. 1960
413Legislation Tidelands. 1960
413Legislation Transportation. 1960
413Legislation United Nations. 1960
413Legislation Veterans. January-February 1960
413Legislation Veterans. June-July 1960
413Legislation Water Resources. 1960
413Legislation Watershed. 1960
series13o
Senatorial Papers 87th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba (e.g., Cuban imports,
embargo, refugees, and the Bay of Pigs), West Berlin, communism, the Atlantic Coast Line and
Seaboard Air Line Railroad merger, NASA and the first American flight into space, and labor
(including strikes and migrant labor). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by
Holland are files pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and obscene materials, the Fair Labor
Standards Act, air strikes, judicial districts, phosphate interests, and social security. In
addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme
Court, integration, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous -
Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and
itinerary for the year.
414President. 1961
414President Fuel Oil Imports. 1961
414President Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization. 1961
414President Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization Fallout Shelters. 1961
414State Department. January-March 1961
414State Department. April-May 1961
414State Department. June-July 1961
414State Department. August 1961
415State Department. September 1961
415State Department. October 1961
415State Department. November 1961
415State Department. December 1961
415State Department Cuban Imports. January-February 1961
415State Department Cuban Imports. March 1961
415State Department Cuban Imports. April-June 1961
415State Department Cuban Imports. July-December 1961
415State Department Cuban Situation. January-February 1961
415State Department Cuban Situation. May 1961
415State Department Cuban Situation. June 1961
416State Department Cuban Situation. July 1961
416State Department Cuban Situation. September-October 1961
416State Department Latin American Situation. 1961
416State Department West Berlin Situation. 1961
416Defense Department Florida Armory Projects. 1955-1958
416Defense Department General Edwin A. Walker (Removal from Command). 1961
416Defense Department. January-April 1961
416Defense Department. August-September 1961
416Defense Department. October-December 1961
416Defense Department Operation Abolition. 1961
416Defense Department International Crisis. January-March 1961
416Defense Department International Crisis. April-May 1961
416Defense Department International Crisis. June 1961
417Defense Department International Crisis. July 1961
417Defense Department International Crisis. August 1961
417Defense Department International Crisis. September 1961
417Defense Department International Crisis. October 1961
417Defense Department Fulbright Controversy. 1961
417Air Force Bartow Contract School. 1961
417Air Force Blanks-McDonald (Costa Rica Plane Crash), F.J. Wilder, L.L. Foster, et al. 1961
417Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1961
417Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1961
418Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Stuart Area. 1961
418Army Engineers Contracts. January-March 1961
418Army Engineers Contracts. April-June 1961
418Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1961
418Army Engineers General. 1961
418Army Engineers Green Swamp (Withlacoochee, Peace, Hillsborough, Ocklawaha Rivers). 1961
418Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1961
418Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1961
419Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1961
419Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1961
419Justice Department. January-May 1961
419Justice Department. June-August 1961
419Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1961
419Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation Donald Eugene Wilkes (Louise McGregor). 1960-1961
419Justice Department Supreme Court. 1961
419Justice Department Integration. January-June 1961
419Justice Department Integration. July-August 1961
419Justice Department Integration. September-December 1961
419Post Office Department Fern Park vs. Casselberry. 1957-1960
420Interior Department. January-August 1961
420Interior Department Florida Keys Aqueduct. 1961
420Interior Department Preservation of Coral Reef. 1961
420Interior Department National Park Service. 1961
420Agriculture Department. January-April 1961
420Agriculture Department. May-August 1961
420Agriculture Department. September-October 1961
420Agriculture Department Citrus Export British Discrimination. 1961
420Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1961
420Department of Commerce. January-March 1961
420Department of Commerce. April-June 1961
420Department of Commerce. July-August 1961
420Department of Commerce. September 1961
421Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1961
421Department of Commerce Development of Interstate System. January-July 1961
421Department of Commerce Development of Interstate System. August-September 1961
421Department of Commerce Development of Interstate System. October-December 1961
421Department of Commerce Development of Orlando Interchange System. 1961
421Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment Administration. 1961
421Labor Department. 1961
421Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1961
421Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1961
421Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. January-August 1961
421Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. September-December 1961
421Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. January-June 1961
421Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. July-December 1961
421Small Business Administration. January-April 1961
422Small Business Administration. September-December 1961
422Federal Aviation Authority. January-June 1961
422Federal Aviation Authority. July-October 1961
422Federal Communications Commission. 1961
422Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 1961
422Federal Trade Commission. 1961
422General Accounting Office. 1961
422Interstate Commerce Commission Beal Lumber Company. 1961
422Interstate Commerce Commission Grain Rates. 1961
422Interstate Commerce Commission Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line Railroad Merger. 1961
422National Mediation Board Flight Engineers. 1961
423Civil Aeronautics Board Bradenton Sarasota Air Service. 1960
423Housing and Home Finance Agency. January-June 1961
423Housing and Home Finance Agency. July-August 1961
423Housing and Home Finance Agency. September-October 1961
423Housing and Home Finance Agency. November-December 1961
423Federal Housing Administration. January-April 1961
423Federal Housing Administration. May-July 1961
423Federal Housing Administration. August-December 1961
423Miscellaneous Democratic Party. January-June 1961
423Miscellaneous Democratic Party. July-December 1961
423Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1961
424State Administrative Matters. January-February 1961
424State Administrative Matters. March-April 1961
424State Administrative Matters. May-June 1961
424State Administrative Matters. July-August 1961
424State Administrative Matters. September-December 1961
424National Labor Relations Board. 1961
424Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. 1961
424Winslett, Merrill Personal. January-July 1961
424Winslett, Merrill Personal. August-December 1961
424Norman, J.W. Personal. 1961
424Appointments Federal Judgeships Circuit, etc. 1961
425Appointments Federal General Currently Active. 1961
425Appointments Federal General Unsuccessful, Against, etc. 1961
425Appointments Judgeships Southern District. 1961
425Appointments U.S. Marshal Southern District. 1961
425National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1961
425National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1961
425National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Green Cove Springs. 1961
425National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) MacDill Air Force Base. 1961
425National Selective Service. 1961
425National Selective Service. 1959-1960
425United Nations. 1961
426Holland Legislation HR 3935 (Holland Amendment) Fair Labor Standards Act (Re: Retail Trade or Services). 1961
426Holland Legislation HR 3935 (Holland Amendment) Fair Labor Standards Act (Re: Minimum Wage). 1961
426Holland Legislation HR 3935 (Holland Amendment) Fair Labor Standards Act (Re: Retail, Miscellaneous Data, etc.). 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 162 Noxious Materials (Obscene Material). 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 401 (Goldwater et al.) Equalization of Pay for Retired Members of Armed Services. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 1037 Perishable Agricultural Commodities. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 58 Poll Tax. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 210 Amend Railway Labor Act Regarding Air Strikes. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 2671 Conveyance of Phosphate Rights to Dr. P. Phillips Foundation, Orlando. 1961-1962
426Holland Legislation S. 1249 Housing, Domestic Farm Labor. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 879 Amend Fair Labor Standards Act to Exempt Intermediate Harvesters or Handlers of Fruits and Vegetables. 1961
426Holland Legislation Social Security. 1961
426Holland Legislation S. 2095 Camp Blanding Lands, Convey to Armory Board, Florida. 1960-1961
427Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1961
427Holland Legislation PL 87-562 Create Middle Judicial District in Florida. 1961-1962
427Holland Legislation S. 63 Additional District Judge, Southern District, Florida and Additional Judges. 1961
427Holland Legislation Reserved Phosphate Interests (Polk County). 1960-1961
427Holland Legislation HR 3526 (Haley) Phosphate Reservations (Sarasota County-Baynard Interested). 1961
427Holland Legislation HR 6102 (Haley) Phosphate Reservations (Highlands County). 1961
427Legislation Agriculture. January-May 1961
427Legislation Agriculture. June-July 1961
427Legislation Agriculture. August-December 1961
427Legislation Agriculture Sugar. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Mechanical Harvesting Aids for Citrus. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations General. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Interior Forestry. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1961
428Legislation Appropriations State Development Loan Fund (Heinrichs). 1960-1961
428Legislation Area Redevelopment. 1961
428Legislation Armed Services. 1961
428Legislation Atomic Energy. 1961
429Legislation Banking. 1961
429Legislation Civil Defense. 1961
429Legislation Civil Rights. 1961
429Legislation Civil Rights. 1961
429Legislation Communism. January-February 1961
429Legislation Communism. August 1961
429Legislation Communism. September 1961
429Legislation Communism. September-December 1961
429Legislation Economic Situation. January-June 1961
429Legislation Economic Situation. June-August 1961
429Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-March 1961
429Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. May-June 1961
430Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. July 1961
430Legislation Everglades National Park. 1961
430Legislation Foreign Aid. January-June 1961
430Legislation Foreign Aid. June-July 1961
430Legislation Foreign Aid. July-August 1961
430Legislation Foreign Aid. August-December 1961
430Legislation Foreign Policy. January-June 1961
430Legislation Foreign Policy. July-September 1961
430Legislation Foreign Policy. October-December 1961
431Legislation Foreign Policy Connally. January-May 1961
431Legislation Foreign Policy Connally. June-December 1961
431Legislation Foreign Policy Cuban Embargo. 1961
431Legislation Foreign Policy Cuban Refugees. 1961
431Legislation Freedom Academy. 1961
431Legislation Highway. 1961
431Legislation Health. 1961
431Legislation Housing. 1961
431Legislation Humane Slaughter and Treatment. 1961
431Legislation Immigration. 1961
431Legislation Indians. 1961
431Legislation Judicial. 1961
431Legislation Labor. January-February 1961
431Legislation Labor. February-March 1961
432Legislation Labor. April 1961
432Legislation Labor. July-December 1961
432Legislation Labor Harvest of Shame (Migrant). 1961
432Legislation Labor Harvest of Shame (Migrant) Miscellaneous Data. 1961
432Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. January-April 1961
432Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. May-December 1961
432Legislation National Defense. 1961
432Legislation Peace Corps. 1961
432Legislation Public Works. 1961
432Legislation Railroad. 1961
433Legislation Social Security. January-February 1961
433Legislation Social Security. February-March 1961
433Legislation Social Security. March-June 1961
433Legislation Social Security. July-August 1961
433Legislation Social Security 1960 Breakdown by J.W.N. 1961
433Legislation Socialized Medicine. 1961
433Legislation Space Legislation. 1961
433Legislation Supreme Court. January-March 1961
433Legislation Supreme Court. March-December 1961
433Legislation Taxes. January-February 1961
434Legislation Taxes. February-April 1961
434Legislation Taxes. May-June 1961
434Legislation Taxes. August-September 1961
434Legislation Transportation. 1961
434Legislation Transportation Eastern Airlines Hijacking. 1961
434Legislation United Nations. January-October 1961
434Legislation United Nations. November-December 1961
434Legislation Veterans. January-August 1961
434Legislation Veterans. August-December 1961
434Legislation Water Pollution. 1961
434Legislation Water Resources. 1961
series13p
Senatorial Papers 87th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba (e.g., Cuban imports,
embargo, refugees, and the Cuban Missile Crisis), Interama, communism, the Supreme Court
decision regarding prayer, miscellaneous conservatism, and labor (including strikes and
migrant labor). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files
pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and obscene materials, the Eastern Air Lines strike, and
Cuban refugees. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights,
including the Supreme Court, integration (including Mississippi), and the poll tax. Note
that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information
about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
435President. 1962
435President Fuel Oil. 1962
435President Interama. 1962
435State Department. January 1962
435State Department. May 1962
435State Department. June-August 1962
435State Department. September-October 1962
435State Department. November-December 1962
435State Department Cuban Imports Newspaper Clippings. 1962
436State Department Cuban Imports. January-March 1962
436State Department Cuban Imports. April-December 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation. January-February 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation. April 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation. May 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation. June-August 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation. September-October 1962
436State Department Cuban Situation Richard Drake. 1962
436Defense Department. 1962
436Defense Department International Crisis. 1962
436Defense Department Office of Civilian and Defense Mobilization (OCDM Civil Defense). 1962
437Defense Department Suwannee Steamship. 1962
437Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1962
437Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1962
437Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1962
437Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Conservation Area. 1962
437Army Engineers Cape Canaveral Property. 1962
437Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1962
437Army Engineers General. 1962
437Army Engineers Green Swamp (Four Rivers). 1962
438Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1962
438Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1962
438Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1962
438Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District Sarasota Passes. 1960-1962
438Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1962
438Justice Department Supreme Court. 1962
438Justice Department Integration. 1962
439Justice Department Integration Mississippi Form Letters. 1962
439Interior Department. 1962
439Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1962
439Interior Department National Park Service. 1962
439Agriculture Department. January-March 1962
439Agriculture Department. April-May 1962
439Agriculture Department. June-August 1962
439Agriculture Department. September-December 1962
439Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1962
439Department of Commerce. 1962
439Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1962
439Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads Access Roads, Canaveral. 1962
439Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment Administration. 1962
440Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment Administration Counties in Florida. 1962
440Labor Department. January-May 1962
440Labor Department. June-December 1962
440Labor Department. 1962
440Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1962
440Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1962
440Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. January-May 1962
440Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. June-December 1962
440General Services Administration. 1962
440General Services Administration Forman Field. 1960-1962
440General Services Administration Opa Locka. 1962
441Small Business Administration. January-March 1962
441Small Business Administration. April-October 1962
441Small Business Administration. November-December 1962
441Federal Aviation Authority. 1962
441Federal Aviation Authority MacDill Air Force Base as Civilian Airport. 1961
441Federal Communications Commission. January-April 1962
441Federal Communications Commission. May-December 1962
441Securities Exchange Commission. 1962
441Strikes. 1962
441Veterans Administration. 1962
441Civil Aeronautics Board. January-May 1962
442Civil Aeronautics Board. June-December 1962
442Housing and Home Finance Agency. January-March 1962
442Housing and Home Finance Agency. April-June 1962
442Housing and Home Finance Agency. July-December 1962
442Housing and Home Finance Agency Speculative Building. 1962
442Federal Housing Administration. January-August 1962
442Federal Housing Administration. September-December 1962
442Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1962
442Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1962
443State Administrative Matters. 1962
443State Road Matters. 1962
443National Labor Relations Board. 1962
443Norman, J.W. Personal. 1962
443Winslett, Merrill Personal. 1962
443Appointments Goldberg, Arthur Against Appointment, Supreme Court. 1962
443Atomic Energy Commission. 1962
443Agency for International Development. 1962
443National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1962
444Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 58 Poll Tax. 1962
444Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 88 Airline Strike (Eastern Air Lines). 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 88 Airline Strike (Eastern Air Lines). 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 3518 Provide Education to Refugees from Cuba. 1962-1963
444Holland Legislation S. 3290 Increasing Sugar Quota. 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 2945 Amend National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 (Cape Canaveral Land Reimbursement). 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 119 Madison Memorial. 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 162 Noxious Materials (Obscene Materials). 1962
444Holland Legislation Recognition of Cuban Revolutionary Government in Exile. 1962
444Holland Legislation S. 1037 Perishable Agricultural Commodities. 1962
445Legislation Agriculture. January-April 1962
445Legislation Agriculture. April-June 1962
445Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1962
445Legislation Agriculture Sugar. January-April 1962
445Legislation Agriculture Sugar. May-December 1962
445Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. 1962
445Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1962
445Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1962
445Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. 1962
445Legislation Appropriations General. 1962
445Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1962
446Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1962
446Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. January-May 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. June-July 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. August-September 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. October 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. November 1962
446Legislation Armed Services. December 1962
446Legislation Banking. 1962
446Legislation Civil Rights. 1962
446Legislation Communism. January-February 1962
446Legislation Communism. March-December 1962
446Legislation Constitutional Amendments. 1962
447Legislation Crime. 1962
447Legislation Disarmament. January-May 1962
447Legislation Disarmament. August-September 1962
447Legislation Equal Rights. 1962
447Legislation Economic Situation. January-April 1962
447Legislation Economic Situation. April-December 1962
447Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-February 1962
447Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. March-May 1962
447Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. June-December 1962
447Legislation Everglades National Park. 1961-1962
447Legislation Foreign Aid. January-April 1962
447Legislation Foreign Aid. June-July 1962
447Legislation Foreign Aid. August-December 1962
448Legislation Foreign Policy. January 1962
448Legislation Foreign Policy. February-April 1962
448Legislation Foreign Policy. April-December 1962
448Legislation Highway. January-March 1962
448Legislation Highway. April-July 1962
448Legislation Highway. August-December 1962
448Legislation Housing. 1962
448Legislation Humane Slaughter. January-March 1962
448Legislation Humane Slaughter. April-December 1962
448Legislation Judicial. 1962
448Legislation Judgeship. 1962
448Legislation Juvenile Delinquency. 1962
448Legislation Labor Migrant. 1962
448Legislation Labor Migrant. 1961
449Legislation Labor Migrant (Farm Workers). January-April 1962
449Legislation Labor Migrant (Farm Workers). May-December 1962
449Legislation Labor. January-May 1962
449Legislation Labor. June-December 1962
449Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. January-February 1962
449Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. February-May 1962
449Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. June-September 1962
449Legislation Public Works. 1962
449Legislation Rural Electrification. 1962
449Legislation Railroad. 1962
449Legislation Small Business. 1962
449Legislation Social Security. 1962
450Legislation Social Security (Medicare). January-April 1962
450Legislation Social Security (Medicare). June-July 1962
450Legislation Social Security (Medicare). July-August 1962
450Legislation Social Security (Medicare). August 1962
450Legislation Social Security (Medicare). September 1962
450Legislation Space. 1962
450Legislation Space Indemnification. 1962
450Legislation Summary of 87th Congress 2nd Session. 1962
450Legislation Supreme Court. January-July 1962
450Legislation Supreme Court Decision Regarding Prayer. July-August 1962
450Legislation Supreme Court Decision Regarding Prayer. August-December 1962
450Legislation Supreme Court Decision Regarding Prayer. 1962
451Legislation Taxes. January 1962
451Legislation Taxes. February-March 1962
451Legislation Taxes. March-April 1962
451Legislation Taxes. May 1962
451Legislation Taxes. June 1962
451Legislation Taxes. June-July 1962
451Legislation Taxes. August 1962
451Legislation Television and Radio. 1962
451Legislation Trade (Tariffs, etc.). January-April 1962
452Legislation Transportation. January-June 1962
452Legislation Transportation. July-August 1962
452Legislation Transportation. September 1962
452Legislation Transportation. October-December 1962
452Legislation United Nations. January 1962
452Legislation United Nations. January 1962
452Legislation United Nations. February 1962
452Legislation United Nations. March-April 1962
452Legislation United Nations. April-December 1962
452Legislation Urban Affairs. 1962
452Legislation Wilderness Bill. 1962
series13q
Senatorial Papers 88th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba (Cuban imports,
embargo, refugees), Interama, the Florida East Coast Railroad strike, communism, Holland
declining to speak on the acceptance of black students at Emory University, the Supreme
Court decision regarding prayer, the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, miscellaneous conservatism,
and labor (including strikes and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or
co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and obscene materials,
strikes, Four Rivers Basin, tobacco, migrant labor, and Cuban refugees. In addition, there
are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme Court,
integration, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of
Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary
for the year.
453President. 1963
453President. 1963
453President Executive Orders. 1963
453President Cape Kennedy. 1963
453President Fuel Oil Imports. 1963
453President Fuel Oil Imports Tropical Gas Company (ODM). 1962-1963
453President Interama. 1963
453State Department. January-February 1963
453State Department. March-April 1963
453State Department. May 1963
453State Department. June 1963
454State Department. July-August 1963
454State Department. October-December 1963
454State Department Cuban Agricultural Aid. 1963
454State Department Cuban Situation. January-February 1963
454State Department Cuban Situation. March-April 1963
454State Department Cuban Situation. May 1963
454State Department Cuban Situation. July 1963
455State Department Cuban Situation. October-December 1963
455State Department Inter-American Meeting of Orthodontists in Miami (Dr. Lunsford and Salsmann). 1962-1963
455State Department Katanga Situation. 1963
455Treasury Department. 1963
455Treasury Department Bureau of Customs. 1963
455Defense Department. January-May 1963
455Defense Department. June-December 1963
455Defense Department International Crisis. 1963
456Air Force Boca Raton Air Force Base University Site. 1959-1961
456Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1963
456Army Engineers Beach Erosion St. Augustine Beach. 1963
456Army Engineers Bridges Fort Denaud Controversy. 1963
456Army Engineers Canaveral District. 1963
456Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1963
456Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1963
457Army Engineers General. 1963
457Army Engineers General Jacksonville Engineer Office. 1962-1963
457Army Engineers Green Swamp. 1963
457Army Engineers Green Swamp (Four River Basin). 1963
457Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1963
457Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1963
457Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1963
457Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1963
457Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1963
458Justice Department. 1963
458Justice Department Gen. Marcos Perez Jimenez. 1962-1963
458Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1963
458Justice Department Integration and Segregation. 1963
458Justice Department Integration Mississippi. 1962-1963
458Justice Department Supreme Court. 1963
458Navy Department Corry Field. 1963
458Navy Department Olson Corporation. 1963
458Interior Department. 1963
459Interior Department Submerged Lands Ruling. 1963
459Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1963
459Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1963
459Interior Department National Park Service. 1963
459Agriculture Department. January-March 1963
459Agriculture Department. April-September 1963
459Agriculture Department. October-December 1963
459Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1963
459Agriculture Department Purchase of Concentrate. 1963
459Agriculture Department Simpson Brothers. 1960-1963
459Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration Emergency Freeze Loans (Including SBA Loans). 1963
460Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1963
460Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1963
460Agriculture Department Forest Service Chipola Nurseries Charles O. Reiff. 1961-1963
460Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Choctawhatchee and Gulf Power Company. 1963
460Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1963
460Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment. 1963
460Labor Department. 1963
460Labor Department Minimum Wage. 1963
461Labor Department Minimum Wage (75 Cent Wage) Dept. of Labor Memo. 1963
461Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1963
461Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1963
461Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. January-May 1963
461Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. June-December 1963
461Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service Encephalitis in Florida. 1962-1963
461Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. 1963
462Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration Krebiozen. 1963
462General Services Administration. 1963
462General Services Administration Forman Field. 1963
462General Services Administration Surplus Property at Orlando Air Force Base. 1963
462Small Business Administration. 1963
462Federal Aviation Authority. January-March 1963
462Federal Aviation Authority. April-December 1963
462Federal Aviation Authority Leesburg Airport Matter (S.L. Kilgore). 1961-1962
462Federal Communications Commission. 1963
462Federal Communications Commission Fairness Doctrine. 1963
462Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 1963
463Interstate Commerce Commission. 1963
463Strikes. 1963
463Strikes Florida East Coast Railroad. 1963
463Maritime Commission. 1963
463Tariff Commission. 1963
463Tariff Commission Softwood Lumber. 1963
463Veterans Administration. 1963
464Veterans Administration Florida VA Hospitals Bay Pines. 1960-1962
464Veterans Administration Gainesville VA Hospital (Power). 1963
464Civil Aeronautics Board. 1963
464Civil Aeronautics Board. 1963
464Federal Housing Administration. January-June 1963
464Federal Housing Administration. July-December 1963
464Bank Charters in Florida (Protesting Additional Ones). 1957-1963
465Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1963
465Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1963
465Miscellaneous Emory University Decline to Speak on Acceptance of Blacks at Emory. 1963
465Miscellaneous Political. January-April 1963
465Miscellaneous Political. May-July 1963
465Miscellaneous Political. August-October 1963
465Miscellaneous Political. November-December 1963
466Miscellaneous Political. 1960-1962
466Miscellaneous Political Lew Hall, Jr. 1963
466State Administrative Matters. January-April 1963
466State Administrative Matters. May 1963
466State Administrative Matters. June-September 1963
466State Administrative Matters. October-December 1963
466State Administrative Matters Seadade Islandia. 1963
467National Labor Relations Board. 1963
467Democratic Steering Committee. 1963
467Winslett, Merrill Personal. 1963
467Appointments Judgeship, Southern District, Charles B. Fulton. 1963
467Appointments Judgeship, Southern District, Albert Dubbin. 1962-1964
467District of Columbia. 1963
467Agency for International Development. 1963
467Peace Corps. 1963
467National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 170 Tampa Homestead Highway. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 214 Amend Area Redevelopment Act Regarding Cuban Refugees. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 210 Amend Railway Labor Act Regarding Strikes. 1963
468Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1963
468Holland Legislation Social Security. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 749 Amend Internal Revenue Code Unrelated Business Taxable Income (Carpenters Homes). 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 1475 Provide for Disposition of Certain Surplus Property, Dade County (Opa Locka). 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 2068 Amend Section 274, Internal Revenue Code of 1954 Regarding Entertainment. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 401 Equalization of Pay for Retired Members of Armed Services. 1962-1963
468Holland Legislation S. 522 Day Care Facilities for Children of Migrant Agricultural Workers. 1963
468Holland Legislation PL 88-68 (S. 581) Transfer of Tobacco Acreage Allotments Extend Provision Two Years. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 180 Noxious and Obscene Materials. 1963
468Holland Legislation S. 1257 Cuban Refugees (Area Redevelopment). 1963
468Holland Legislation St. Augustine Quadricentennial. 1963
468Holland Legislation Four Rivers Basin. 1963
468Legislation Accelerated Public Works Program. 1963
468Legislation Agriculture Dairy. 1963
468Legislation Agriculture Wheat to Russia. 1963
468Legislation Agriculture Subcommittee #2 (Holland Chairman). 1963
469Legislation Agriculture Subcommittee #3 (Holland Member). 1963
469Legislation Alcoholic Beverages. 1963
469Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-April 1963
469Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. April-July 1963
469Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. August-December 1963
469Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Rural Electrification Administration. 1963
469Legislation Appropriations Commerce. 1963
470Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1963
470Legislation Appropriations Interior Red Tide. 1963
470Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1963
470Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare Cuban Refugees. 1962-1963
470Legislation Appropriations NASA. 1963
470Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1963
470Legislation Armed Services. January 1963
470Legislation Armed Services. February-April 1963
470Legislation Armed Services. May 1963
471Legislation Armed Services. June-July 1963
471Legislation Armed Services. August-September 1963
471Legislation Armed Services. October-December 1963
471Legislation Aviation. 1963
471Legislation Area Redevelopment. 1963
471Legislation Banking. 1963
471Legislation Civil Defense. 1963
471Legislation Civil Rights. January-June 1963
471Legislation Civil Rights. June 1963
471Legislation Civil Rights. July 1963
471Legislation Civil Rights. August 1963
472Legislation Civil Rights. August 1963
472Legislation Civil Rights. September 1963
472Legislation Civil Rights. October 1963
472Legislation Civil Rights. October-December 1963
472Legislation Civil Rights. 1963
472Legislation Cloture. 1963
472Legislation Communism. 1963
473Legislation Constitutional Amendment. 1963
473Legislation Crime. 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. January 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. February-March 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. March 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. April-May 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. June 1963
473Legislation Disarmament. July-August 1963
473Legislation Economic Situation. January-February 1963
473Legislation Economic Situation. March-May 1963
473Legislation Economic Situation. May-July 1963
473Legislation Economic Situation. July-December 1963
474Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-March 1963
474Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. April-May 1963
474Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. June-September 1963
474Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. October 1963
474Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. November-December 1963
474Legislation Equal Rights. 1963
474Legislation Everglades National Park. 1963
474Legislation Firearms and Fireworks. 1963
474Legislation Fisheries. 1963
474Legislation Foreign Aid. January-May 1963
474Legislation Foreign Aid. August-September 1963
474Legislation Foreign Aid. September-October 1963
475Legislation Foreign Aid. June-August 1963
475Legislation Foreign Aid. October 1963
475Legislation Foreign Aid. November-December 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy. January-March 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy. March-April 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy. April-July 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy. August-September 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy. October-December 1963
475Legislation Foreign Policy Form Letters. 1963
476Legislation Freedom Academy. 1963
476Legislation Government Operations. 1963
476Legislation Health. 1963
476Legislation Humane Slaughter. January-April 1963
476Legislation Humane Slaughter. May-June 1963
476Legislation Humane Slaughter. July-August 1963
476Legislation Humane Slaughter. September-December 1963
476Legislation Immigration. 1963
476Legislation Indian. 1963
476Legislation Judicial. 1963
476Legislation Labor. January-March 1963
476Legislation Labor. April-July 1963
476Legislation Labor Migrant. 1963
477Legislation Labor Offshore. 1963
477Legislation Labor Railroad Strike. 1963
477Legislation Medicare. May 1963
477Legislation Medicare. June-August 1963
477Legislation Medicare. September-December 1963
477Legislation Members of Congress. 1963
477Legislation Military Construction. 1963
477Legislation Miscellaneous Conservative. January-March 1963
478Legislation Miscellaneous Conservative. March-December 1963
478Legislation Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. January-August 1963
478Legislation Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. September 1963
478Legislation Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. September 1963
478Legislation Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. September-October 1963
478Legislation Pesticides. 1963
478Legislation Pollution (Air, Water). 1963
478Legislation Postal. 1963
478Legislation Peace Corps. 1963
479Legislation Price and Quality. January-September 1963
479Legislation Price and Quality. October-December 1963
479Legislation Public Works. 1963
479Legislation Rural Electrification Administration. January-June 1963
479Legislation Rural Electrification Administration. June-December 1963
479Legislation Small Business. 1963
479Legislation Social Security. January 1963
479Legislation Social Security. March-April 1963
479Legislation Social Security. September-December 1963
479Legislation Supreme Court. 1963
479Legislation Supreme Court Prayer Decision. 1963
480Legislation Taxes. January-February 1963
480Legislation Taxes. March 1963
480Legislation Taxes. April-May 1963
480Legislation Taxes. June-July 1963
480Legislation Taxes. August-September 1963
480Legislation Taxes. October-December 1963
480Legislation Taxes Poll Tax. 1963
480Legislation Transportation. January-May 1963
481Legislation Transportation. June-July 1963
481Legislation Transportation. August-December 1963
481Legislation Television and Radio. 1963
481Legislation Truth in Packaging. 1963
481Legislation United Nations. January-April 1963
481Legislation United Nations. May-July 1963
481Legislation United Nations. August-December 1963
481Legislation United Nations Form Letters. 1963
481Legislation Watershed. 1963
481Legislation Water Resources. 1963
481Legislation Wilderness. 1963
481Legislation World Court. 1963
481Legislation Youth Conservation Corps. 1963
series13r
Senatorial Papers 88th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, the death of President
Kennedy, Cuba (Cuban imports, embargo, refugees), Cape Kennedy, Panama, Vietnam, Haiti,
Interama, the Florida East Coast Railroad strike, communism, the Supreme Court decision
regarding prayer, the Democratic National Convention, miscellaneous conservatism, and labor
(including strikes and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by
Holland are files pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and obscene materials, beef imports,
Four Rivers Basin, reapportionment, the Everglades, and the Federal Power Act. In addition,
there are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme Court,
integration, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of
Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary
for the year.
482President. 1964
482President. 1964
482President Death of President Kennedy. 1964
482President Brookley Air Force Base Masonic Lodge Incident. 1963-1964
482President Cape Kennedy. 1964
482President Fuel Oil Imports. 1964
482President Interama. 1964
482President Office of Economic Opportunity. 1964
482President Office of Emergency Planning. 1964
482State Department. 1964
482State Department. 1964
483State Department. 1964
483State Department Cuban Situation. January-March 1964
483State Department Cuban Situation. April-December 1964
483State Department Haitian Situation. 1963-1964
483State Department Panama Situation. January 1964
483State Department Panama Situation. February 1964
483State Department Panama Situation. March 1964
484State Department Vietnam Situation. 1964
484State Department Vietnam Situation. 1964
484State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President or State Dept). January-March 1964
484State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President or State Dept). April-December 1964
484Treasury Department. 1964
485Defense Department. 1964
485Defense Department International Crisis. 1964
485Defense Department Missile Bowl Game Invites. 1963-1964
485Defense Department Winder Aircraft Corporation. 1964
486Air Force Marianna Contract School. 1960-1962
486Air Force Avon Park. 1964
486Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1964
486Army Engineers Canaveral International Corporation (Dan Dubbin). 1962-1964
486Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1964
486Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1964
486Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Miami River Locks and Dam. 1964
487Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1964
487Army Engineers General. 1964
487Army Engineers Green Swamp (Four River Basin). 1964
487Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1964
487Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West (Caloosahatchee to Anclote). 1964
487Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1964
487Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1964
487Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1964
487Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1964
487Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1964
487Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1964
488Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1964
488Army Engineers Eleventh Congressional District. 1964
488Justice Department. January-May 1964
488Justice Department. June-December 1964
488Justice Department Civil Rights. 1964
488Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1964
488Justice Department Integration. 1964
488Justice Department Supreme Court. 1964
488Navy Department Florida Keys Aqueduct. 1964
489Navy Department Green Cove Springs Naval Air Station. 1961-1964
489Interior Department. January-August 1964
489Interior Department. September-December 1964
489Interior Department Office of Saline Water. 1964
489Interior Department National Park Service. 1964
489Agriculture Department. January-June 1964
489Agriculture Department. July-December 1964
490Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1964
490Agriculture Department Tobacco and MH 30. 1963
490Agriculture Department Wheat Sale to Communist Bloc. 1963-1964
490Agriculture Department Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Quarantine Number 37. 1963
490Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1964
490Department of Commerce. 1964
490Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment. 1964
490Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1964
490Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads Canaveral. 1964
491Labor Department. 1964
491Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1964
491Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Minimum Wage. 1964
491Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1964
491Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. January-June 1964
491Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. July-August 1964
491Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. September-December 1964
492Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. 1964
492Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration Standards of Identity for Orange Juice. 1960-1964
492General Services Administration. 1964
492General Services Administration Dade County Redevelopment Miami Federal Building. 1961-1963
492General Services Administration Lakeland Post Office. 1964
492Small Business Administration. January-June 1964
492Small Business Administration. July-December 1964
492Federal Aviation Authority. January-May 1964
493Federal Aviation Authority. June-December 1964
493Federal Aviation Authority Bartow Air Base. 1962
493Federal Aviation Authority Vero Beach Airport Problem (B.L. Holman). 1961-1963
493Federal Communications Commission. January-May 1964
493Federal Communications Commission. June-December 1964
493Federal Communications Commission Fairness Doctrine. 1964
493Federal Power Commission. 1964
493Strikes Florida East Coast Railroad. 1964
493Strikes National Airlines. 1964
494Strikes. 1964
494Maritime Commission. 1964
494Tariff Commission. January-March 1964
494Tariff Commission. April-December 1964
494Veterans Administration. January-May 1964
494Veterans Administration. June-December 1964
494Veterans Administration VA Hospitals. 1964
494Civil Aeronautics Board. 1964
494Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1964
495Federal Housing Administration. 1964
495Public Housing Administration. 1964
495Federal Home and Loan Bank. January-March 1964
495Federal Home and Loan Bank. April-May 1964
495Federal Home and Loan Bank. June-December 1964
495Congressional Record Inserts. 1964
495Miscellaneous Democratic National Convention. 1964
495Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1964
496Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1964
496Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1964
496Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1964
496Miscellaneous Newsletter. January-February 1964
496Miscellaneous Newsletter. March-December 1964
496Miscellaneous Political Hank Meyer, Eddie Jones. 1964
496Miscellaneous World Fair, New York. 1961-1964
496State Administrative Matters. January-February 1964
497State Administrative Matters. June-August 1964
497State Administrative Matters. September-December 1964
497State Administrative Matters Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. 1964
497State Administrative Matters Seadade Islandia. 1964
497State Road Matters. 1964
497Federal Appointments. January-May 1964
497Federal Appointments. June-August 1964
498Federal Appointments. September-December 1964
498Atomic Energy Commission. 1964
498Agency for International Development (AID). 1964
498Civil Rights Commission. 1964
498National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1964
498United Nations. 1964
498United States Information Agency (USIA) Dr. Carl McIntyre and His Radio Programs. 1963-1964
499Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 185 Reapportionment. 1964
499Holland Legislation HR 6196 Cotton Wheat Bill Amendment Regarding Beef Imports. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2525 Restrict Imports of Beef, Veal and Mutton into U.S. January-May 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2525 Restrict Imports of Beef, Veal and Mutton into U.S. May-August 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2525 Restrict Imports of Beef, Veal and Mutton into U.S. September-December 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2793 Simplify Measurement of Small Vessels. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2697 Increase Amount of Domestic Beet Sugar and Mainland Cane Sugar Which May Be Marketed. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 1950 Standards of Containers for Fruits and Vegetables. 1963-1964
499Holland Legislation Social Security. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2890 Bert Dosh Lock. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 2678 Dr. Victor Ubieta. 1964
499Holland Legislation S. 213 Cape Kennedy. 1964
499Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 1 Prayer Amendment. 1964
499Holland Legislation Four Rivers Basin. 1964
500Holland Legislation S. 218 Florida Power Corp. 1964
500Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 2 Reapportionment Constitutional Amendment. January-July 1964
500Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 2 Reapportionment Constitutional Amendment. July-August 1964
500Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 2 Reapportionment Constitutional Amendment. September 1964
500Holland Legislation St. Augustine Quadricentennial. 1964
500Holland Legislation S. 2560 Exempt Community Blood Blanks from Anti-Trust Laws. 1964
500Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1964
500Holland Legislation S. 2082 Transfer Lands in Everglades National Park to Interior Dept. from Farmers Home Administration. 1963-1964
500Holland Legislation PL 88-309 (S. 627) Commercial Fisheries Research and Development Act. 1961-1964
501Holland Legislation PL 88-380 (S. 749) Amend Internal Revenue Code, Unrelated Business Taxable Income (Carpenters Home). 1963-1964
501Holland Legislation PL 88-495 (S. 2419) Acquisition of Property Within Boundaries of National Monument, St. Augustine. 1964
501Holland Legislation S. 3038 Federal Power Act Amendment. 1964
501Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1964
501Legislation Agriculture. April-July 1964
501Legislation Agriculture. August-December 1964
501Legislation Agriculture Cotton, Wheat. 1964
502Legislation Agriculture Wheat to Russia. 1964
502Legislation Alcoholic Beverages and Smoking. 1964
502Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-March 1964
502Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. April-May 1964
502Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. June-July 1964
502Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. August-December 1964
502Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Rural Electrification Administration. 1964
503Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1964
503Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-May 1964
503Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. May-June 1964
503Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. June-December 1964
503Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1964
503Legislation Area Redevelopment. 1964
503Legislation Armed Services. January-April 1964
504Legislation Armed Services. May-June 1964
504Legislation Armed Services. July-December 1964
504Legislation Baker Case (Bobby Baker). 1964
504Legislation Banking. 1964
504Legislation Civil Defense. 1964
504Legislation Civil Rights. January-February 1964
505Legislation Civil Rights. February-March 1964
505Legislation Civil Rights. March 1964
505Legislation Civil Rights. April 1964
505Legislation Civil Rights. April-May 1964
506Legislation Civil Rights. May-June 1964
506Legislation Civil Rights. June 1964
506Legislation Civil Rights. June-July 1964
506Legislation Civil Rights. 1964
506Legislation Civil Rights. 1964
507Legislation Civil Rights. July-December 1964
507Legislation Communism. 1964
507Legislation Constitutional Amendment. 1964
507Legislation Crime. 1964
507Legislation Disaster. 1964
507Legislation Economic Situation. 1964
508Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. 1964
508Legislation Firearms. 1964
508Legislation Foreign Aid. January-April 1964
508Legislation Foreign Aid. May-December 1964
509Legislation Foreign Policy. 1964
509Legislation Health. 1964
509Legislation Housing. 1964
509Legislation Humane Treatment. 1964
509Legislation Immigration. January-July 1964
509Legislation Immigration. July-December 1964
510Legislation Indians. 1964
510Legislation Inter-American Highway. 1962
510Legislation Judicial. 1964
510Legislation Labor. January-February 1964
510Legislation Labor. March-April 1964
510Legislation Labor. May-June 1964
510Legislation Labor. July-December 1964
510Legislation Labor Form Letters. 1964
510Legislation Labor Migrant. 1964
511Legislation Medicare. January-February 1964
511Legislation Medicare. February-March 1964
511Legislation Medicare. April-June 1964
511Legislation Medicare. July-October 1964
511Legislation Medicare. November-December 1964
511Legislation Medicare Form Letters. 1964
511Legislation Medicare Form Letters. 1964
512Legislation Members of Congress. 1964
512Legislation Miscellaneous Conservative. 1964
512Legislation Poll Tax. 1963-1964
512Legislation Poll Tax. 1963-1964
512Legislation Panama Canal Zone. 1964
512Legislation Price and Quality Stabilization. 1964
513Legislation Social Security. January-June 1964
513Legislation Social Security. July-August 1964
513Legislation Social Security. August 1964
513Legislation Social Security. September-December 1964
513Legislation Social Security Form Letters. 1964
513Legislation Space Construction. 1963-1964
513Legislation Supreme Court. 1964
513Legislation Supreme Court Prayer. 1964
513Legislation Taxes. 1964
514Legislation Taxes. 1964
514Legislation Taxes Poll Tax. 1964
514Legislation Transportation. 1964
514Legislation United Nations. 1964
514Legislation Veterans. February 1964
514Legislation Veterans. March 1964
514Legislation Veterans. April-August 1964
515Legislation Veterans. September-December 1964
515Legislation Water Resources. 1964
515Legislation Welfare. January-April 1964
515Legislation Welfare. May-June 1964
515Legislation Welfare. July-December 1964
515Legislation Wilderness. 1964
series13s
Senatorial Papers 89th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba (Cuban imports,
refugees), Vietnam, Haiti, the Florida East Coast Railroad strike, communism, the Cross
Florida Barge Canal, miscellaneous conservatism, and labor (including strikes, off-shore
labor and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are
files pertaining to the poll tax, noxious and obscene materials, oceanography, Four Rivers
Basin, reapportionment, the Everglades, Cuban refugees, migrant labor, and the Federal Power
Act. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights, including the
Supreme Court, integration, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled
"Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements,
appointments, and itinerary for the year.
515President. 1965
515President Fuel Oil Imports. 1965
515President Office of Economic Opportunity. 1965
516President Office of Emergency Planning. 1965
516State Department. 1965
516State Department Cuban Refugees. 1965
516State Department Cuban Situation. 1965
516State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President or State Dept). January-June 1965
516State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President or State Dept). July-December 1965
516State Department Haitian Industry (Horton and Comerford). 1960-1965
517State Department Vietnam Situation. January-June 1965
517State Department Vietnam Situation. July-August 1965
517State Department Vietnam Situation. September-December 1965
517Defense Department. 1965
517Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1965
517Defense Department Reserve Reorganization. 1965
517Defense Department Suwannee Steamship. 1965
517Air Force Avon Park. 1965
517Air Force Pan Am Employees at Patrick Air Force Base vs. Civil Service. 1965
517Air Force Pan Am Employees at Patrick Air Force Base vs. Civil Service. 1965
517Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1965
517Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1965
517Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1965
517Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Everglades National Park. 1965
518Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Everglades National Park. 1965
518Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1965
518Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. January-February 1965
518Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. March-July 1965
518Army Engineers Four Rivers. 1965
518Army Engineers General. 1965
518Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1965
518Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West (Ft. Myers to Naples). 1965
518Army Engineers Okeechobee Waterway. 1965
519Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Garrison Bight Cap-Go Application to Dredge, Fill, Construct. 1965
519Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Seventh Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Ninth Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Tenth Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Eleventh Congressional District. 1965
519Army Engineers Twelfth Congressional District. 1965
519Justice Department. 1965
520Justice Department Civil Rights. January-July 1965
520Justice Department Civil Rights. August 1965
520Justice Department Civil Rights. September-December 1965
520Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1965
520Justice Department Integration. 1965
520Justice Department Supreme Court. 1965
520Navy Department Pensacola Naval Air Station. 1965
520Navy Department Florida Keys Aqueduct. 1965
520Interior Department. 1965
520Interior Department. 1965
520Interior Department Office of Saline Water. 1965
520Interior Department George Nilsson, Melvin Nevitt. 1962-1965
520Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1965
520Agriculture Department. January-July 1965
520Agriculture Department. August-December 1965
520Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1965
520Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1965
521Department of Commerce. 1965
521Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment. 1965
521Department of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads. 1965
521Labor Department. 1965
521Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1965
521Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor. 1965
521Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Minimum Wage). 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Minimum Wage). 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Minimum Wage). 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor Speeches and Exhibits. 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor W.H. Anderson, Jr. (Florida Fruit and Vegetable Assoc). 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor W.H. Anderson, Jr. (Florida Fruit and Vegetable Assoc). 1965
522Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Minimum Wage) Bill Anderson (Florida Fruit and Vegetable Assoc). 1965
522Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1965
523Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1965
523Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1965
523Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service Compliance with Civil Rights. 1965
523Small Business Administration. 1965
523Federal Aviation Authority. 1965
523Federal Communications Commission. January-June 1965
523Federal Communications Commission. July-December 1965
523Securities and Exchange Commission. 1965
523Securities and Exchange Commission Tampa Federal Office Building. 1965
523Strikes Florida East Coast Railroad. 1965
523Strikes National Airlines. 1965
523Strikes. 1965
523Civil Aeronautics Board. January-August 1965
523Civil Aeronautics Board. September-December 1965
523Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1965
523Federal Housing Administration. 1965
524Federal Housing Administration. 1965
524Congressional Record Inserts. 1965
524Debate, Holland's Opinion on Various Issues. 1965
524Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1965
524Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1965
524State Administrative Matters. 1965
524State Road Matters. 1965
524National Labor Relations Board. 1965
524Committee Assignments (Steering Committee). 1965
524Agency for International Development (AID). 1965
524Agency for International Development (AID). 1965
524National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1965
524United Nations. 1965
524Holland Legislation Social Security. 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 1604 Incorporate Youth Councils on Civic Affairs. 1965
525Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 67 Establish a National Flower of the U.S. (Orange Blossom). 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 20 Create Veterans Affairs Committee. 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 216 Interama. 1965
525Holland Legislation PL 89-454 (S. 944) Provided for Expanded Research into Oceans (Oceanography). 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 218 Amend Federal Power Act Regarding Jurisdiction of Federal Power Commission. 1964-1965
525Holland Legislation S. 218 Amend Federal Power Act Regarding Jurisdiction of Federal Power Commission. 1964-1965
525Holland Legislation S. 209 Public Utilities Strikes (Prohibition). 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 145 Tangerines, Imported. 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 217 Extension of Interstate 75. 1965
525Holland Legislation S. 1115 Social Security Income Limitations. 1965
525Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 103 Reapportionment. 1965
525Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1965
526Holland Legislation S. 188 Create Commission on Noxious and Obscene Matters and Materials. 1965
526Holland Legislation S. 214 Amend Area Redevelopment Act Regarding Cuban Refugees. 1963-1965
526Holland Legislation HR 4606 (Cramer) Modify Flood Control Project for Four Rivers Basin. 1965
526Holland Legislation PL 89-180 (S. 2346) Convey Certain Real Property of Federal Government to Okaloosa School. 1965
526Holland Legislation S. 1263 Federal Service Procurement Act. 1965
526Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 2 (Dirksen, et al.) Reapportionment Constitutional Amendment. 1965
526Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 2 (Dirksen, et al.) Reapportionment Constitutional Amendment. 1965
526Holland Legislation S. 102 (Pastore) Resolution of Disapproval, Reorganization Plan (Bureau of Customs). 1965
526Holland Legislation Summary of 89th Congress 1st Session. 1965
526Legislation Agriculture Holland's Migratory Labor Amendment. 1965
526Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Closing Research Stations. 1965
526Legislation Appropriations Agriculture PL 480 Agreements. 1965
526Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1965
526Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. 1965
526Legislation Appropriations Independent Offices NASA. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Interior Forest Service. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Military Construction. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Public Works Bonneville Power (Interior). 1965
527Legislation Appropriations Public Works Reclamation Projects, etc. 1965
527Legislation Banking. 1965
527Legislation Civil Rights. January-April 1965
527Legislation Civil Rights. April 1965
527Legislation Civil Rights. May 1965
527Legislation Civil Rights. June-December 1965
527Legislation Communism. January-July 1965
527Legislation Communism. August-December 1965
527Legislation Disarmament. 1965
527Legislation Disaster. 1965
527Legislation Duties and Imports. 1965
527Legislation Foreign Aid. 1965
527Legislation Foreign Policy. January-March 1965
527Legislation Foreign Policy. April-May 1965
528Legislation Foreign Policy. June-July 1965
528Legislation Foreign Policy. August-December 1965
528Legislation Health. 1965
528Legislation Housing. 1965
528Legislation Judicial. 1965
528Legislation Labor. January-February 1965
528Legislation Labor. March-May 1965
528Legislation Labor. May-June 1965
528Legislation Labor. June-July 1965
528Legislation Labor. July 1965
528Legislation Labor. August 1965
528Legislation Labor. September 1965
528Legislation Labor. September-October 1965
528Legislation Labor. October-December 1965
528Legislation Labor Migrant. 1965
528Legislation Medicare. January-March 1965
528Legislation Medicare. March-April 1965
528Legislation Medicare. April-May 1965
528Legislation Medicare. June-July 1965
528Legislation Medicare. August-December 1965
528Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. January-April 1965
528Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. April-September 1965
528Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. September-December 1965
529Legislation Rivers and Harbors. 1965
529Legislation Social Security. 1965
529Legislation Social Security. 1965
529Legislation Social Security. 1965
529Legislation Social Security. 1965
529Legislation Sugar. 1965
529Legislation Supreme Court. 1965
529Legislation Supreme Court Prayer. 1965
529Legislation Taxes Excise. January-May 1965
529Legislation Taxes Excise. June-December 1965
529Legislation Taxes General. January-April 1965
529Legislation Taxes General. May-December 1965
529Legislation Taxes Income. 1965
529Legislation United Nations. 1965
529Legislation Veterans. January-April 1965
529Legislation Veterans. April-May 1965
529Legislation Veterans. June-August 1965
529Legislation Veterans. September-October 1965
529Legislation Veterans. October-December 1965
529Legislation Watershed. 1965
529Legislation Watershed. 1965
529Legislation Welfare. 1965
series13t
Senatorial Papers 89th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, Cuba (Cuban imports,
refugees), Vietnam, prisoners of war, the Florida East Coast Railroad strike, communism, the
Cross Florida Barge Canal, miscellaneous conservatism, and labor (including strikes,
off-shore labor and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by
Holland are files pertaining to noxious and obscene materials, Interama, labor disputes and
strikes, reapportionment, the Everglades, and the Federal Power Act. In addition, there are
several legislation files related to civil rights, including the Supreme Court, integration,
and the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that
contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the
year.
530President. 1966
530President Fuel Oil Imports. 1966
530President Office of Economic Opportunity. January-March 1966
530President Office of Economic Opportunity. April-May 1966
530President Office of Economic Opportunity. June-July 1966
530President Office of Economic Opportunity. August-December 1966
530President Office of Economic Opportunity Camp Blanding Job Corps. 1966
530State Department. 1966
530State Department Cuban Refugees. 1966
530State Department Cuban Refugees. 1966
530State Department Cuban Situation. 1966
530State Department Cuban Situation. 1966
530State Department Foreign Policy. 1966
530State Department Foreign Policy. 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. January 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. February 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. March 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. April 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. May-June 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. July-September 1966
531State Department Vietnam Situation. October-December 1966
531State Department Agency for International Development (AID). 1966
531Department of the Army. 1966
531Department of the Army Roraback, Kenneth M., and Versace, Humbert R. Prisoners of Viet Cong Forces. 1964-1966
531Defense Department. 1966
531Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1966
531Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1966
532Army Engineers Blackwater River and Bay. 1966
532Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1966
532Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Everglades National Park. 1966
532Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Plug in Canal 111. 1966
532Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Reedy Creek Basin. 1966
532Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1966
532Army Engineers Four Rivers. 1966
532Army Engineers General. 1966
533Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1966
533Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1966
533Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Third Congressional District Jacksonville Harbor. 1966
533Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Ninth Congressional District. 1966
533Army Engineers Twelfth Congressional District. 1966
533Justice Department. 1966
533Justice Department Civil Rights. 1966
533Justice Department Request by Ft. Lauderdale for Investigation of Price Fixing, Chlorine Quicklime. 1963-1966
533Justice Department Supreme Court. 1966
533Navy Department Wainwright Shipyard, Panama City. 1960-1966
534Interior Department. 1966
534Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1966
534Interior Department Fakahatchee Strand and Rookery Bay. 1966
534Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service. 1966
534Agriculture Department. January-June 1966
534Agriculture Department. July-December 1966
534Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1966
534Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1966
534Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1966
534Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1966
534Department of Commerce Committee to Warn Arrival of Communist Goods Dr. Harold et al. 1962-1963
534Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment. 1966
534Labor Department. 1966
534Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1966
535Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Minimum Wage). 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service Compliance with Civil Rights. 1966
535Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Compliance with Civil Rights. 1966
535Small Business Administration. 1966
535Federal Aviation Authority. 1966
535Federal Communications Commission. 1966
536Strikes. 1966
536Strikes Florida East Coast Railroad. 1966
536Housing and Urban Development. January-July 1966
536Housing and Urban Development. August-December 1966
536Housing and Urban Development Federal Housing Administration. 1966
536Housing and Urban Development Public Housing Administration Virgin Islands Housing Authority vs. Jones-Mahoney. 1964-1966
536Miscellaneous Congratulations on 20th Year in Senate. 1966
536Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1966
536Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1966
537Miscellaneous Political. 1966
537State Administrative Matters. 1966
537State Administrative Matters. 1966
537State Administrative Matters. 1966
537State Administrative Matters Seadade Islandia. 1966
537State Road Matters. 1966
537Committee Assignments (Steering Committee). 1966
537Selective Service. 1966
537United Nations. 1966
537Holland Legislation PL 89-355 (S. 216) Interama. 1966
537Holland Legislation S. 309 Obscene Literature. 1966
537Holland Legislation S. 3332 Amend Public Health Service Act (Lab Animals, Human Treatment). 1966
537Holland Legislation S. 79 Amend Railway Labor Act Regarding Air Strikes. 1965-1966
537Holland Legislation S. 179 New Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. 1966
537Holland Legislation S. 148 Supreme Court Prayer. 1966
537Holland Legislation S. 218 Federal Power. 1966
538Holland Legislation S. 2753 Conveyance of Phosphate Rights to Willard Roe and Fred Roe, Polk County. 1966
538Holland Legislation Amendments to HR 13712 Fair Labor Standards Act (Agricultural Workers and Processors). 1966
538Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 103 (Dirksen et al.) Reapportionment. 1966
538Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 103 (Dirksen et al.) Reapportionment. 1966
538Holland Legislation S. Con. Res. 17 Condemning Persecution of Jews by Soviets. 1966
538Holland Legislation S. 139 Election of President and Vice President. 1966
538Holland Legislation S. 3181 Moving Expenses. 1966
538Holland Legislation S. 1966 Tariffs, Agriculture. 1966
538Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 6 (Dirksen et al.) Prayer Amendment. 1966
538Holland Legislation PL 89-630 Transfer Bay Pines (VA) Property to Pinellas County. 1966
539Holland Legislation HR 13883 Live Oak Reservation. 1966
539Holland Legislation S. 209 Strikes in Public Utilities. 1966
539Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1960-1966
539Holland Legislation S. 210 Amend Railway Labor Act Regarding Labor Disputes Involving Air Carriers. 1966
539Holland Legislation Summary, 89th Congress 2nd Session. 1966-1967
539Legislation Agriculture. January-February 1966
539Legislation Agriculture. February-March 1966
539Legislation Agriculture. April-May 1966
539Legislation Agriculture. May-June 1966
539Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1966
539Legislation Anti-Trust. 1966
539Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-February 1966
539Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. March-April 1966
539Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. April-May 1966
539Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. May-June 1966
539Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. July-December 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Closing Belle Glade Station. 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-May 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. June-December 1966
540Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1966
540Legislation Armed Services. January-May 1966
540Legislation Armed Services. June-December 1966
540Legislation Automobile. 1966
540Legislation Banking. 1966
540Legislation Banking S. 3158, Financial Institutions Support Act. 1966
540Legislation Bankholding. 1966
540Legislation Civil Rights. January-June 1966
540Legislation Civil Rights. June 1966
540Legislation Civil Rights. July-August 1966
540Legislation Civil Rights. August-December 1966
540Legislation Civil Rights Newspaper Clippings. 1966
540Legislation Communism. 1966
540Legislation Constitutional Amendments. 1966
541Legislation Economic Situation. January-August 1966
541Legislation Economic Situation. August-December 1966
541Legislation Education. 1966
541Legislation Equal Rights. 1966
541Legislation Foreign Aid. January-April 1966
541Legislation Foreign Aid. May-December 1966
541Legislation Foreign Policy. January 1966
541Legislation Foreign Policy. February 1966
541Legislation Foreign Policy. February-March 1966
541Legislation Foreign Policy. March-May 1966
541Legislation Foreign Policy. June-December 1966
541Legislation Health. 1966
541Legislation Housing. 1966
541Legislation Humane Treatment. 1966
541Legislation Labor. January 1966
541Legislation Labor. February 1966
541Legislation Labor. February 1966
541Legislation Labor. March 1966
541Legislation Labor. April 1966
541Legislation Labor. May 1966
541Legislation Labor. May-June 1966
541Legislation Labor. August-December 1966
541Legislation Labor Mexican. 1966
541Legislation Labor Migrant. 1966
542Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. January-March 1966
542Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. April-June 1966
542Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. July-December 1966
542Legislation Music and Art. 1966
542Legislation Poll Tax. 1966
542Legislation Rural Electrification Administration. 1966
542Legislation Social Security. 1966
542Legislation Senate Rules. 1966
542Legislation Small Business. 1966
542Legislation Space. 1966
542Legislation Space. 1966
542Legislation Supreme Court. 1966
542Legislation Supreme Court Prayer. 1966
542Legislation Trade. 1966
542Legislation Transportation. 1966
542Legislation Veterans. January-March 1966
542Legislation Veterans. April-June 1966
542Legislation Veterans. June-December 1966
542Legislation United Nations. 1966
542Legislation Water Resources. 1966
542Legislation Welfare. 1966
series13u
Senatorial Papers 90th Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, communism, Cuba (Cuban
imports, refugees), Vietnam, Israel, Rhodesia, the Florida East Coast Railroad strike,
communism, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, miscellaneous conservatism, and labor (including
strikes, off-shore labor and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored
by Holland are files pertaining to noxious and obscene materials, public schools, and the
Federal Power Act. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil rights,
including the Supreme Court, integration, and the poll tax. Note that there is a file
entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that contains information about Holland's
engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the year.
543President. 1967
543President Fuel Oil Imports Tropical Gas Company. 1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity. January-July 1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity. August-December 1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity Florida Projects. 1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity Ft. Pierce Community Action Organization (St. Lucie County). 1966-1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity Projects in Collier County. 1966-1967
543President Office of Economic Opportunity Projects in Dade County. 1967
543State Department. 1967
543State Department Cuban Situation. 1967
543State Department Foreign Policy. 1967
544State Department Israel Situation. 1967
544State Department Israel Situation. 1967
544State Department Rhodesia Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Vietnam Situation. 1967
544State Department Agency for International Development (AID). 1967
544Defense Department. 1967
544Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1967
544Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1967
545Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1967
545Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Plug in Canal 111. 1967
545Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Plug in Canal 111. 1967
545Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1966-1967
545Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1967
545Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1967
545Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1967
545Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1967
545Army Engineers Fifth Congressional District. 1967
545Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1967
545Army Engineers Ninth Congressional District. 1967
545Army Engineers Twelfth Congressional District. 1967
546Justice Department. 1967
546Justice Department Civil Rights. 1967
546Justice Department Civil Rights. 1967
546Justice Department Civil Rights. 1967
546Highway Administration. 1967
546Bureau of Public Roads. 1967
546Interior Department. 1967
546Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1967
546Interior Department National Park Services. 1967
546Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Service Fish Protein Concentrate. 1967
546Interior Department Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1967
546Interior Department Water Pollution Control Administration. 1967
546Agriculture Department. 1967
546Agriculture Department Citrus Import (Including Virgin Islands Station). 1963-1967
546Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1967
547Agriculture Department Medfly and Plant Diseases. 1961-1967
547Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1967
547Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1967
547Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1967
547Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative. 1967
547Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration. 1967
547Department of Commerce Area Redevelopment. 1967
547Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1967
547Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor and Farm Labor. 1967
547Labor Department Manpower Administration. 1967
547Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1967
547Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1967
547Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. January-June 1967
547Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. July-December 1967
547Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service Compliance with Civil Rights. 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Medicare. January-June 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Medicare. July-December 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. January-March 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. April-June 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. July-September 1967
548Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. October-December 1967
549Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. 1967
549Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Cuban Refugee Cases. 1967
549Housing and Urban Development. January-March 1967
549Housing and Urban Development. April-September 1967
549Housing and Urban Development. October-December 1967
549Housing and Urban Development Federal Housing Administration. 1967
549Interstate Commerce Commission. 1967
549National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1967
549Strikes Florida East Coast Railroad. 1966-1967
549National Labor Relations Board. 1967
549National Mediation Board. 1967
549Selective Service. 1967
549Small Business Administration. 1967
550Coral Gables-Miami Veterans Affairs Hospital. 1967
550Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1967
550Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1967
550Miscellaneous Newspapers and Magazines. 1967
550Miscellaneous Political. 1967
550Miscellaneous Political Robert King High. 1966-1967
550Miscellaneous Political Spessard L. Holland, Jr. 1966-1967
550State Administrative Matters. 1967
550State Administrative Matters. 1967
550State Administrative Matters. 1967
550State Administrative Matters. 1967
550State Road Matters. 1967
550State Welfare. 1967
550Democratic Steering Committee. 1967
550Supreme Court. 1967
551Holland Legislation PL 90-77 (S. 16) Veterans Pension and Readjustment Assistance Act. 1967
551Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 8 Proposing Amendment to Constitution Preserving Rights of States Regarding Public Schools. 1967
551Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 8 Proposing Amendment to Constitution Preserving Rights of States Regarding Public Schools. 1967
551Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 6 (Dirksen et al.) Prayer Amendment. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 2376 Purchase of Veterans Homes When Recalled to Active Duty. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 1796 (Hollings et al.) Impose Quotas on Importation of Certain Textile Articles. 1967
551Holland Legislation PL 90-46 (S. 78) W.P. Franklin Lock and Control Structure. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 1588 (Hruska et al.) Revise Quota-Control System on Importation of Meat Products. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 727 Exclude Certain State Employees from Application of Fair Labor Standards Act. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 574 Make Provisions of Sec.232(b) of Trade Expansion Act Inapplicable to Propane Gas. 1967
551Holland Legislation S.J. Res 7 Proposing Amendment to Constitution Regarding Election of President and Vice President. 1966-1967
551Holland Legislation S.C. Res. 10 (Bayh et al.) Restore Federal Aid to Highways. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 1365 Amend Federal Power Act Regarding Jurisdiction of Federal Power Commission. 1967
551Holland Legislation S. 85 Designate Part of National System of Interstate and Defense Highways Tampa to Homestead. 1967
551Holland Legislation HR 7807 (Sikes) Live Oak Reservation Land. 1967
551Holland Legislation S.J. Res 30 Astronaut Memorial. 1967
552Holland Legislation S. 81 Social Security Increase Income Limitations. 1967
552Holland Legislation S. 188 Noxious and Obscene Materials. 1967
552Holland Legislation S. 1365 Amend Federal Power Act Regarding Jurisdiction of Federal Power Commission. 1967
552Holland Legislation S. 3 (Ervin et al.) Provide Procedures for Enforcement and Free Exercise Clauses of First Amendment. 1967
552Holland Legislation S. 1399 Amend Sec.7701 Internal Revenue Code, Clarify Tax Status, Professional Associations and Corporations. 1967
552Holland Legislation Summary, 90th Congress 1st Session. 1967
552Legislation Agriculture. 1967
552Legislation Agriculture. 1967
552Legislation Agriculture. 1967
552Legislation Agriculture. 1967
552Legislation Agriculture Meat Inspection. January-November 1967
552Legislation Agriculture Meat Inspection. December 1967
552Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Laboratory Animal Welfare Act. 1967
552Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Miami Quarantine Station. 1964-1966
552Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Caribbean Fruit Fly. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Interior Forestry Range Station, Ft. Myers. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare Cuban Refugees. 1965-1967
553Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare Cystic Fibrosis. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1967
553Legislation Appropriations Space. 1967
553Legislation Armed Services. January-June 1967
553Legislation Armed Services. July-December 1967
553Legislation Civil Rights. January-May 1967
553Legislation Civil Rights. May-August 1967
553Legislation Civil Rights. August-December 1967
554Legislation Crime. 1967
554Legislation Communism. 1967
554Legislation Congressional Investigations. January-May 1967
554Legislation Congressional Investigations. June-December 1967
554Legislation Constitutional Amendment. 1967
554Legislation Draft Legislation. January-April 1967
554Legislation Draft Legislation. May-December 1967
554Legislation Economic Situation. January-March 1967
554Legislation Economic Situation. March-May 1967
554Legislation Economic Situation. May-December 1967
554Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-May 1967
554Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. May-December 1967
554Legislation Elections. 1967
554Legislation Export and Import. 1967
554Legislation Firearm. 1967
554Legislation Foreign Aid. January-April 1967
554Legislation Foreign Aid. May-June 1967
554Legislation Foreign Aid. July-December 1967
555Legislation Foreign Policy. January-February 1967
555Legislation Foreign Policy. February 1967
555Legislation Foreign Policy. March-April 1967
555Legislation Foreign Policy. April-December 1967
555Legislation Foreign Policy Consular Convention. 1967
555Legislation Forestry. 1967
555Legislation Health and Drug. 1967
555Legislation Highway. 1967
555Legislation Housing. 1967
555Legislation Humane Treatment. 1967
555Legislation Hurricane and Flood. 1967
555Legislation Immigration. 1967
555Legislation Indian. 1967
555Legislation Interama. 1967
555Legislation Judicial. 1967
555Legislation Labor. January-March 1967
555Legislation Labor. April-May 1967
555Legislation Labor. May-June 1967
555Legislation Labor. July-August 1967
556Legislation Labor. September-December 1967
556Legislation Labor Farm. 1967
556Legislation Labor Mexican. 1967
556Legislation Labor Migrant. 1967
556Legislation Medicare. January-May 1967
556Legislation Medicare. June-October 1967
556Legislation Medicare. November-December 1967
556Legislation Members of Congress. 1967
556Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. January-August 1967
556Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. August-December 1967
556Legislation Panama Canal. 1967
556Legislation Panama Canal. 1967
556Legislation Panama Canal Form Letters. 1967
556Legislation Poll Tax Ratified (States). 1956-1967
557Legislation Poll Tax Miscellaneous Information. 1963
557Legislation Pollution (Air and Water). 1967
557Legislation Reapportionment. 1967
557Legislation Rivers and Harbors. January-April 1967
557Legislation Rivers and Harbors. May-December 1967
557Legislation Social Security. January-March 1967
557Legislation Social Security. April-June 1967
557Legislation Social Security. July-August 1967
557Legislation Social Security. September-November 1967
557Legislation Social Security. November-December 1967
557Legislation Space. January-March 1967
557Legislation Space. April-December 1967
557Legislation Space Apollo Accident. 1967
557Legislation State Department. 1967
557Legislation Supreme Court. January-June 1967
557Legislation Supreme Court. July-December 1967
558Legislation Taxes. January-March 1967
558Legislation Taxes. April-June 1967
558Legislation Taxes. July-August 1967
558Legislation Taxes. September-October 1967
558Legislation Taxes. October-December 1967
558Legislation Taxes Cooperatives. 1967
558Legislation Taxes Excise. 1967
558Legislation Taxes Income. 1967
558Legislation Trade. 1967
558Legislation United Nations. 1967
558Legislation Veterans. 1967
558Legislation Veterans. 1967
558Legislation Water Resources. 1967
558Legislation Watershed. 1967
558Legislation Welfare. January-June 1967
558Legislation Welfare. July-December 1967
558Legislation Welfare (Poverty Program) Form Letters. 1967
558Legislation Wildlife Conservation. 1967
558Legislation Wiretapping. 1967
series13v
Senatorial Papers 90th Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, President Johnson's attempted appointments of Abe Fortas and Homer
Thornberry on the Supreme Court, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, communism, Cuba,
Vietnam, Israel, Korea, Rhodesia, the Democratic National Convention, and labor (including
strikes, off-shore labor and minimum wage). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored
by Holland are files pertaining to noxious and obscene materials, orange juice, phosphate,
and the Federal Power Act. In addition, there are several legislation files related to civil
rights, including the Supreme Court, the Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act, and
the poll tax. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of Events" that
contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary for the
year.
559President. 1968
559President Sumter Lowry. 1965-1968
559President Office of Economic Opportunity. 1968
559President Office of Economic Opportunity Florida Projects. 1968
559President Office of Economic Opportunity Ft. Pierce (St. Lucie County). 1968
559President Office of Economic Opportunity Collier County. 1968
559State Department. 1968
559State Department Cuban Situation. 1968
559State Department Foreign Policy. 1968
559State Department Israel Situation. 1968
559State Department Korean Situation. 1968
559State Department Korean Situation. 1968
559State Department Rhodesia Situation. 1968
559State Department Vietnam Situation. 1968
559State Department Vietnam Situation. 1968
559State Department Vietnam Situation. 1968
559State Department Vietnam Situation. 1968
559Defense Department. 1968
559Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1968
559Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1968
559Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1968
560Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1968
560Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1968
560Army Engineers General. 1968
560Army Engineers Water Hyacinths. 1968
560Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1968
560Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway West. 1968
560Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1968
560Army Engineers Second Congressional District. 1968
560Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1968
560Army Engineers Eighth Congressional District. 1968
560Army Engineers Ninth Congressional District. 1968
560Justice Department. 1968
560Justice Department Civil Rights. 1967-1968
560Post Office Changes (Pinellas County Consolidation). 1968
560Post Office New Jacksonville. 1968
561Federal Aviation Agency. 1968
561Bureau of Public Roads. 1968
561Interior Department. 1968
561Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. 1968
561Interior Department Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. 1968
561Agriculture Department. 1968
561Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1968
561Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1968
561Department of Commerce Oceanographic Lab Site (ESSA). 1966-1968
561Labor Department. 1968
561Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1968
561Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor. 1968
561Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1968
561Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service Compliance with Civil Rights. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Medicare. 1968
562Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Cuban Refugee Cases. 1968
562Housing and Urban Development. 1968
562Housing and Urban Development. 1968
562Housing and Urban Development. 1968
563Housing and Urban Development Federal Housing Administration. 1968
563Federal Communications Commission. 1968
563Federal Trade Commission. 1968
563General Services Administration. 1968
563General Services Administration Court Facility and Post Office in Miami. 1968
563Interstate Commerce Commission. 1968
563National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1968
563Strikes. 1968
564Selective Service. 1968
564Small Business Administration. 1968
564Small Business Administration. 1968
564Congressional Record Corrections and Inserts. 1968
564Landkamer, Richard A. 1966-1968
564Miscellaneous Davis, J.E. 1966-1968
564Miscellaneous Democratic National Convention. 1968
564Miscellaneous Democratic National Convention (Holland Delegate). 1968
564Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1968
564Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1968
564Miscellaneous Nee, Lt. Col. William F. 1968
564Miscellaneous Political. 1968
564Miscellaneous Political Earl Faircloth and E.V.W. Jones (PR Man). 1967-1968
564Miscellaneous Political LeRoy Collins. 1968-1969
565State Administrative Matters. 1968
565State Administrative Matters. 1968
565State Road Matters. 1968
565Democratic Steering Committee. 1968
565Supreme Court. 1968
565Supreme Court Appointments Fortas and Thornberry. 1968
565Supreme Court Appointments Fortas and Thornberry. 1968
565Supreme Court Appointments Fortas and Thornberry. 1968
565Holland Legislation Summary, 90th Congress 2nd Session. 1968
566Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 4 Proposing Amendment to Constitution Regarding Election of President and Vice President. 1968
566Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 6 (Dirksen et al.) Prayer Amendment. 1968
566Holland Legislation PL 90-100 (S. 188) Create Commission on Noxious and Obscene Materials. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 3983 Biscayne National Monument. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 13 Veterans Affairs Committee. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 12 (Eastland et al.) Strengthen Internal Security Act. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 146 Provide for Orderly Trade in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 2824 Sale of Phosphate Interests. 1968
566Holland Legislation Avon Park Bombing Range. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 358 (McClellan et al.) Create Joint Committee on Budget. 1968
566Holland Legislation S. 1365 Amend Federal Power Act Regarding Jurisdiction of Federal Power Commission. 1968
566Holland Legislation PL 90-418 (S. 3143) Frozen Concentrate Orange Juice. 1968
567Legislation Agriculture. January-April 1968
567Legislation Agriculture. April-May 1968
567Legislation Agriculture. June-December 1968
567Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-February 1968
567Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. April-May 1968
567Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. May-July 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Watershed Projects. 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Foreign Aid. 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1968
568Legislation Appropriations Poverty. 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. January-February 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. March 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. April 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. April-May 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. May-June 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights. June-December 1968
568Legislation Civil Rights (Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act). 1968
568Legislation Commerce. January-April 1968
568Legislation Commerce. May-December 1968
569Legislation Communism. 1968
569Legislation Congressional Investigations. 1968
569Legislation Crime. January-May 1968
569Legislation Crime. May-June 1968
569Legislation Crime. June-December 1968
569Legislation Draft. 1968
569Legislation Economic Situation. January 1968
569Legislation Economic Situation. February-March 1968
570Legislation Economic Situation. May-December 1968
570Legislation Education. 1968
570Legislation Elections. January-June 1968
570Legislation Elections. July-December 1968
570Legislation Export Import. January-May 1968
570Legislation Export Import. June-December 1968
570Legislation Firearms and Fireworks. January-June 1968
570Legislation Firearms and Fireworks. June 1968
571Legislation Firearms and Fireworks. July-August 1968
571Legislation Firearms and Fireworks. September-December 1968
571Legislation Food and Drug. 1968
571Legislation Foreign Aid. 1968
571Legislation Foreign Policy. 1968
571Legislation Health and Drug. 1968
571Legislation Highway. January-July 1968
571Legislation Highway. August-December 1968
572Legislation Housing. 1968
572Legislation Humane Treatment. 1968
572Legislation Indian. 1968
572Legislation Judicial. 1968
572Legislation Labor. 1968
572Legislation Labor. 1968
572Legislation Labor Migrant. 1968
573Legislation Medicare. 1968
573Legislation Military Construction. 1968
573Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. 1968
573Legislation Panama Canal. 1968
573Legislation Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights. 1968
573Legislation Poll Tax. 1968
573Legislation Pollution (Air and Water). 1968
573Legislation Public Works. 1968
573Legislation Small Business. 1968
573Legislation Social Security. 1968
573Legislation Space. 1968
573Legislation Sugar. 1968
573Legislation Supreme Court. 1968
573Legislation Taxes. January 1968
573Legislation Taxes. February-March 1968
573Legislation Taxes. June-July 1968
573Legislation Taxes. July-December 1968
573Legislation Taxes HR 2158 Interstate Taxation Act. 1968
574Legislation Trade. 1968
574Legislation United Nations. 1968
574Legislation Unemployment. 1968
574Legislation Veterans. 1968
574Legislation Veterans. 1968
574Legislation Water and Land Conservation. 1968
574Legislation Welfare. 1968
574Legislation Wilderness and Wildlife. 1968
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Senatorial Papers 91st Congress 1st Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, flood control, Cuba,
Vietnam, Israel, Korea, Rhodesia, communism, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, Holland's
retirement, hunger investigations in migrant camps, and labor (including strikes and
off-shore labor). Among the legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files
pertaining to strikes in public utilities, phosphate interests, the Barge Canal, and the
Everglades National Park. Note that there is a file entitled "Miscellaneous Diary of
Events" that contains information about Holland's engagements, appointments, and itinerary
for the year.
574President. 1969
574President Fuel Oil Imports. 1969
574President Interama. 1969
574President Office of Economic Opportunity. 1969
574President Office of Economic Opportunity Dade County. 1969
574President Office of Economic Opportunity Florida Projects. 1969
574President Office of Economic Opportunity Collier County. 1969
574State Department. 1969
574State Department Cuban Situation. 1969
575State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President and State Dept). 1969
575State Department Israel Situation. 1969
575State Department Korean Situation. 1969
575State Department Rhodesia Situation. 1969
575State Department Vietnam Situation. 1969
575State Department Vietnam Situation. 1969
575State Department Vietnam Situation. 1969
576State Department Vietnam Situation. 1969
576Defense Department. 1969
576Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1969
576Department of the Army. 1969
576Department of the Navy. 1969
576Department of the Air Force. 1969
576Department of the Air Force Sanford Naval Air Station. 1964-1969
576Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1969
577Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1969
577Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Jetport (Interstate 75 Construction Area). January-July 1969
577Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. August-September 1969
577Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. September-October 1969
577Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Thacker Property. 1969
577Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. January-July 1969
577Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. August-September 1969
577Army Engineers General. 1969
578Army Engineers General. January-July 1969
578Army Engineers Water Hyacinths. August-December 1969
578Army Engineers Intracoastal Waterway East. 1969
578Army Engineers First Congressional District. 1969
578Army Engineers Third Congressional District. 1969
578Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District. 1969
578Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District. 1969
578Army Engineers Ninth Congressional District. 1969
578Army Engineers Twelfth Congressional District. 1969
578Justice Department. 1969
578Justice Department Civil Rights. 1969
579Federal Aviation Agency. 1969
579Bureau of Public Roads. 1969
579Highway Administration. 1969
579Interior Department Fish and Wildlife. 1969
579Interior Department Fish and Wildlife Pelican Island Refuge. 1969
579Interior Department Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1969
579Interior Department Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. 1969
579Agriculture Department. 1969
579Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1967-1969
579Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1969
579Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1969
579Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration. 1969
580Department of Commerce Beal Lumber Company, et al. 1969
580Labor Department Wage and Hour Division. 1969
580Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor. 1969
580Labor Department Manpower Administration. 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights (Jackson County). 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1969
580Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Cuban Refugee Cases. 1969
580Housing and Urban Development. 1969
580Housing and Urban Development. 1969
580Federal Communications Commission. 1969
580Interstate Commerce Commission. 1969
581National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 1969
581Strikes. 1969
581National Labor Relations Board. 1969
581Securities and Exchange Commission. 1969
581Selective Service. 1969
581Small Business Administration. 1969
581Congressional Record Corrections and Inserts. 1969
581Miscellaneous Democratic National Committee. 1969
581Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1969
581Miscellaneous Diary of Events. 1969
581Miscellaneous Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary. 1969
581Miscellaneous Nee, Lt. Col. William F. 1969
582Miscellaneous Political. 1969
582Miscellaneous Political. 1969
582Miscellaneous Political Holland Retirement. 1969
582Miscellaneous Presidential Inauguration. 1969
582State Administrative Matters. 1969
582State Administrative Matters Reapportionment. 1967-1969
582State Road Matters. 1969
582State Welfare. 1969
583Democratic Steering Committee. 1969
583North District Appointments Judgeships. 1969
583Middle District Appointments Judgeships. 1969
583Judiciary General. 1969
583Supreme Court. 1969
583Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 133 Redesignation Cape Kennedy as Cape Canaveral (Newspaper Clippings). 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 142 Amend National Labor Relations Act Regarding Strikes in Public Utilities. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 139 Authorize Secretary of the Interior Sell Phosphate Interests in DeSoto County. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 138 Authorize Sale of Reserved Phosphate Interests to Owners (Casebier). 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 145 Amend Section 8e, Agricultural Adjustment Act Regarding Imported Tangerines. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 144 Amend Internal Revenue Code Regarding Damages from Pollution. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 280 (Scott et al.) Support for Senate for President in Efforts to Negotiate Just Peace in Vietnam. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 257 (Tower et al.) Treatment of Prisoners of War. 1969
583Holland Legislation S.1 76 (Bible et al.) Authorize SBA to Conduct Pilot Study on Needs of Small Business (Wholesome Meat Act). 1969
583Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 4 Amendment to Constitution Regarding Election of President and Vice President. 1969
583Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 6 (Dirksen et al.) Prayer Amendment. 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 137 Remove Phosphate Reservations (Manatee County, Doug Arnest). 1969
583Holland Legislation S. 136 Remove Phosphate Reservations (DeSoto Lands). 1969
584Holland Legislation S. 126 Designate Lands in Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge as Wilderness. 1969
584Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 133 Redesignation Cape Kennedy as Cape Canaveral. 1969
584Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 133 Redesignation Cape Kennedy as Cape Canaveral. 1969
584Holland Legislation Bridge Location Over Barge Canal. 1969
584Holland Legislation PL 91-156 Clarify Liability of National Banks for Certain Taxes. 1969
584Holland Legislation PL 91-88 (S. 2564) Everglades National Park Lands (Flagler Tract). 1969
584Holland Legislation S. 135 Conveyance of Phosphate Rights. 1969
584Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1969
584Holland Legislation S. 12 (Eastland et al.) Strengthen Internal Security of U.S. 1969
584Holland Legislation S. 405 Authorize Secretary of the Interior Sell Phosphate Interests (Polk County Tomasello). 1969
584Holland Legislation PL 91-107 (S. 1863) Amend Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Regarding License Fees. 1969
584Holland Legislation Confiscation of Property in Cuba (Bill Henson Interested). 1969
584Holland Legislation Anniversary of Israel (Ribicoff et al.). 1969
584Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 6 (Dirksen et al.) Prayer Amendment. 1969
584Holland Legislation S. 1532 (Gurney et al.) Amend National Labor Relations Act Regarding Secondary Boycotts. 1969
584Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 4 Amendment to Constitution Regarding Election of President and Vice President. 1969
585Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1969
585Legislation Agriculture. April-June 1969
585Legislation Agriculture. June-July 1969
585Legislation Agriculture. August-September 1969
585Legislation Agriculture. September-December 1969
585Legislation Agriculture Tomato Imports. 1969
585Legislation Agriculture Poultry Inspections (Holland Amendment). 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-April 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. April 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. May 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. August-September 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. September 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. October 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. November-December 1969
585Legislation Appropriations Public Works, Atomic Energy. 1969
585Legislation Aviation. January-July 1969
585Legislation Aviation. August-December 1969
585Legislation Aviation Hijacking. 1969
586Legislation Armed Services. 1969
586Legislation Armed Services. 1969
586Legislation Banking. January-August 1969
586Legislation Banking. September-December 1969
586Legislation Civil Rights. 1969
586Legislation Cloture. 1969
586Legislation Communism. 1969
586Legislation Congressional Investigations. 1969
586Legislation Consumer. 1969
586Legislation Consumer. 1969
586Legislation Crime. January-August 1969
586Legislation Crime. September-December 1969
586Legislation Defense. January-April 1969
586Legislation Defense. April-May 1969
586Legislation Defense. June-August 1969
586Legislation Defense. August 1969
586Legislation Draft. January-September 1969
586Legislation Draft. October-December 1969
586Legislation Economic. 1969
586Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. January-May 1969
586Legislation Education, Federal Aid to. June-December 1969
586Legislation Elections. 1969
586Legislation Equal Rights. 1969
586Legislation Export Import. 1969
587Legislation Everglades National Park. 1968
587Legislation Everglades National Park. 1967-1969
587Legislation Everglades National Park. 1964-1967
587Legislation Everglades National Park. 1969
587Legislation Fisheries. 1969
587Legislation Foreign Policy. January-May 1969
587Legislation Foreign Policy. June-December 1969
587Legislation Foreign Policy Nonproliferation Treaty. 1968-1969
587Legislation Foreign Policy Nonproliferation Treaty. 1968-1969
587Legislation Health. 1969
587Legislation Highways. 1969
587Legislation Housing. 1969
588Legislation Humane Treatment. January-August 1969
588Legislation Humane Treatment. September-December 1969
588Legislation Hunger Investigation Field Trip to Migrant Camps in Immokalee by Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. 1969
588Legislation Hunger Investigation Field Trip to Migrant Camps in Immokalee by Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. 1969
588Legislation Indian. 1969
588Legislation Labor. 1969
588Legislation Labor Migrant. 1969
588Legislation Medicare. January-May 1969
588Legislation Medicare. June-December 1969
589Legislation Members of Congress. 1969
589Legislation Members of Congress Ted Kennedy. 1969
589Legislation Military Construction and Procurement. 1969
589Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. 1969
589Legislation Music and Arts. 1969
589Legislation Narcotics. 1969
589Legislation Pollution (Air and Water). January-May 1969
589Legislation Pollution (Air and Water). May-December 1969
589Legislation Postal (Obscenity). 1969
589Legislation Public Works. 1969
589Legislation Railroad. 1969
589Legislation Reapportionment. 1969
589Legislation School Lunch and Milk. 1969
589Legislation Social Security. January-May 1969
589Legislation Social Security. June-August 1969
589Legislation Social Security. September-December 1969
589Legislation Space. 1969
589Legislation Supreme Court. 1969
589Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
590Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Taxes. 1969
591Legislation Television and Radio (Movies). January-May 1969
592Legislation Television and Radio (Movies). May-December 1969
592Legislation Veterans. 1969
592Legislation Veterans. 1969
592Legislation Vietnam Prisoners of War. 1969
592Legislation Water and Soil Conservation. 1969
592Legislation Watershed. 1966-1969
592Legislation Welfare. 1969
592Legislation Wildlife and Wilderness. January-August 1969
592Legislation Wildlife and Wilderness. September-December 1969
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Senatorial Papers 91st Congress 2nd Session
Correspondence, legislation, news clippings, reports, memoranda, and
subject files related to this session of Congress. Of particular interest are files related
to the citrus industry, the Army Engineers projects in Florida, flood control, Cambodia,
Cuba, Vietnam, Israel, Rhodesia, communism, the Cross Florida Barge Canal, Holland's
retirement, and Seminole cases before the Indian Claims Commission. Among the legislation
sponsored or co-sponsored by Holland are files pertaining to civil rights and the choice of
public schools, phosphate interests, the designation of Cape Canaveral as Cape Kennedy, and
the Everglades National Park.
593President. 1970
593State Department. 1970
593State Department Cambodia Situation. 1970
593State Department Cuban Situation. 1970
593State Department Foreign Policy (Administrative Actions by President and State Dept). 1970
593State Department Israel Situation. 1970
593State Department Rhodesia Situation. 1970
593State Department Vietnam Situation. 1970
593State Department Vietnam Situation. 1970
593Defense Department. 1970
593Defense Department International Crisis Communism. 1970
593Department of the Army. 1970
593Department of the Air Force. 1970
593Department of the Air Force Eglin AFB. 1970
593Department of the Air Force Homestead AFB. 1970
593Department of the Air Force MacDill AFB. 1970
593Department of the Air Force McCoy AFB. 1970
593Army Engineers Beach Erosion. 1970
593Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida. 1970
593Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Jetport. 1970
593Army Engineers Flood Control Central and Southern Florida Everglades National Park. 1970
593Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. January-March 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. March-April 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. April-May 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. June 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. June 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. July 1970
594Army Engineers Cross Florida Barge Canal. August-December 1970
594Army Engineers Four Rivers. 1970
594Army Engineers General. 1970
594Army Engineers General. 1970
594Army Engineers General. 1970
594Army Engineers Fourth Congressional District Bayport (Hernando County). 1970
594Army Engineers Sixth Congressional District Tampa Harbor. 1970
595Justice Department. 1970
595Justice Department Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1970
595Justice Department Civil Rights. 1970
595Department of Transportation. 1970
595Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Agency. 1970
595Department of Transportation Highway Administration. 1970
595Department of Transportation Bureau of Public Roads. 1970
595Department of Transportation Bureau of Public Roads Interstate 95. 1966-1970
595Department of Transportation Bureau of Public Roads. 1963-1970
595Interior Department. 1970
595Interior Department National Park Service. 1970
596Interior Department National Park Service National Seashore Park, Brevard and Volusia Counties. 1966-1970
596Interior Department Fish and Wildlife. 1970
596Interior Department Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1970
596Interior Department Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. 1970
596Agriculture Department. 1970
596Agriculture Department Citrus Export. 1961-1970
596Agriculture Department Citrus Export (British Discrimination). 1965-1970
596Agriculture Department Citrus Export. 1970
596Agriculture Department Citrus Import Unshu Oranges (Japan). 1966-1967
596Agriculture Department Citrus Import Including Virgin Islands. 1968-1970
596Agriculture Department Citrus Industry. 1970
597Agriculture Department Citrus Industry Marketing Order. 1969-1970
597Agriculture Department Foreign Fruit and Vegetable Imports Threat. 1967-1970
597Agriculture Department Medfly and Plant Diseases. 1970
597Agriculture Department Flue-Cured Tobacco. 1970
597Agriculture Department Sugar Quotas. 1961-1970
597Agriculture Department Farmers Home Administration. 1970
597Agriculture Department Forest Service. 1970
597Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Choctawhatchee and Gulf Power Company. 1970
597Agriculture Department Rural Electrification Administration Withlacoochee River Electric Coop. 1966-1970
597Department of Commerce. 1970
598Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration. 1970
598Labor Department. 1970
598Labor Department Wage and Hour Division Offshore Labor (Migrant Workers). 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education Compliance with Civil Rights. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Medicare. 1970
598Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Food and Drug Administration. 1970
599Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Cuban Refugee Cases. 1970
599Housing and Urban Development. 1970
599Housing and Urban Development Federal Housing Administration. 1970
599Indian Claims Commission (Seminole Cases). 1970
599Indian Claims Commission (Seminole Cases). 1965-1969
599Federal Communications Commission. 1970
599Interstate Commerce Commission. 1970
599Interstate Commerce Commission. 1970
599Strikes. 1970
599National Labor Relations Board. 1970
600Selective Service. 1970
600Tariff Commission. 1970
600Tariff Commission Beef Imports. 1970
600Veterans Affairs Florida VA Hospitals. 1970
600Veterans Affairs Bay Pines. 1963-1970
600Veterans Affairs Gainesville VA Hospital. 1958-1970
600Veterans Affairs Lake City VA Hospital. 1956-1970
600Veterans Affairs Miami VA Hospital. 1967-1970
600Miscellaneous Democratic National Committee. 1970
600Miscellaneous Democratic Party. 1970
600Miscellaneous Newsletters. 1970
600Miscellaneous Newspapers, Magazines. 1970
600Miscellaneous Political. 1970
600Miscellaneous Political Lawton Chiles. 1970
601Miscellaneous Political Holland Retirement. 1970
601Miscellaneous Political Holland Retirement. 1970
601Miscellaneous Presidential Inauguration. 1970
601State Administrative Matters. 1970
601State Administrative Matters. 1970
601State Administrative Matters Holland Park Matters. 1967-1970
601State Road Matters. 1970
601Democratic Steering Committee. 1970
601Supreme Court. 1970
601Holland Legislation HR 15166 Everglades National park. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 3001 Convey Lands to City of Tallahassee. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 1013 (Gurney) Phosphate Bill (Osceola County). 1970
601Holland Legislation S.J. Res (Dirksen et al.) Prayer in Schools. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 3114 Amend Civil Rights Act Regarding Freedom of Choice, Public Schools. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 3278 Amend Civil Rights Act Regarding Freedom of Choice, Public Schools. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 4525 Amend Agricultural Marketing Act Regarding Grapefruit Marketing Orders. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 4381 Provide Medical and Hospital Care for Low Income Families on Social Security. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 4337 Establish 11th Judicial Circuit and Circuit Judges Constituting 5th and 11th Circuit. 1970
601Holland Legislation S. 4149 Gulf Islands National Seashore. 1970
602Holland Legislation Proposed Legislation. 1970
602Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 4 Proposing Amendment to Constitution Regarding Election of President and Vice President. 1970
602Holland Legislation S. 143 Amend Social Security Act Regarding Outside Earnings. 1970
602Holland Legislation HR 10517 (Holland Amendment) Amend Distilled Spirits to Internal Revenue Code. 1970
602Holland Legislation HR 7618 (Sikes) Convey Federal Property to Okaloosa County School Board. 1970
602Holland Legislation Amendments to HR 514 (Ervin et al.) Elementary and Secondary Education. 1970
602Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 133 Redesignate Cape Kennedy as Cape Canaveral. 1970
602Holland Legislation S.J. Res. 133 Redesignate Cape Kennedy as Cape Canaveral (News Clippings). 1970
602Holland Legislation S. 141 Prohibit Importation of Certain Noxious Aquatic Plants. 1970
602Holland Legislation PL 91-428 (S. 2565) Everglades National Park Additional Authorization. 1970
602Holland Legislation PL 91-172 Tax Reform Act Holland Amendment Regarding Developing and Maintaining Citrus Groves. 1970
602Holland Legislation PL 91-156 National Banks, Taxes. 1970
603Legislation Agriculture. January-March 1970
603Legislation Agriculture. April-May 1970
603Legislation Agriculture. May-June 1970
603Legislation Agriculture. July-December 1970
603Legislation Agriculture Miscellaneous USDA Reports. 1970
603Legislation Alcohol and Cigarette. 1970
603Legislation Alcohol and Cigarette. 1970
603Legislation Antitrust. 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. January-March 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. March-May 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Agriculture. May-December 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Agriculture Rural Electrification Administration Reports. 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Defense. 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Foreign Assistance. 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Interior. 1970
603Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Office of Education. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Public Works. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Space. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Transportation. 1970
604Legislation Appropriations Transportation. 1970
604Legislation Armed Services. January-April 1970
604Legislation Armed Services. May-August 1970
604Legislation Armed Services. September-December 1970
604Legislation Aviation. 1970
604Legislation Aviation. 1970
605Legislation Banking. 1970
605Legislation Banking (Bank Holding). 1970
605Legislation Banking (Bank Holding). 1970
605Legislation Biscayne National Monument. 1970
605Legislation Civil Rights. 1970
605Legislation Crime. 1970
605Legislation Crime. 1970
605Legislation Defense. 1970
606Legislation Commerce. 1970
606Legislation Communism. 1970
606Legislation Constitutional Amendments. 1970
606Legislation Draft. January-July 1970
606Legislation Draft. August-December 1970
606Legislation Economic Situation. 1970
606Legislation Elections. 1970
606Legislation Equal Rights. 1970
606Legislation Equal Rights. 1970
606Legislation Firearms. 1970
607Legislation Fisheries. 1970
607Legislation Foreign Aid. 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. January-March 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. April 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. April-June 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. June 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. July 1970
607Legislation Foreign Policy. August-December 1970
607Legislation Health. January-June 1970
607Legislation Health. July-December 1970
607Legislation Highway. 1970
607Legislation Housing. 1970
607Legislation Humane Treatment. 1970
608Legislation Immigration. 1970
608Legislation Indian. 1970
608Legislation Inter-American Highway. 1970
608Legislation Interama. 1970
608Legislation Judgeship. January-March 1970
608Legislation Labor. March-April 1970
608Legislation Labor. April-July 1970
608Legislation Labor. August-September 1970
608Legislation Labor. October-December 1970
608Legislation Labor Migrant. 1970
608Legislation Labor Migrant (Regarding S. 8 and Senator Murphy's Proposal). 1969
609Legislation Medicare. 1970
609Legislation Members of Congress. 1970
609Legislation Miscellaneous Conservatism. 1970
609Legislation Narcotics. 1970
609Legislation Pesticides. 1970
609Legislation Pollution. January-February 1970
609Legislation Pollution. May-June 1970
609Legislation Pollution. June-December 1970
610Legislation Postal Obscenity. 1970
610Legislation Railroad. 1970
610Legislation Railroad Retirement. 1970
610Legislation School Lunch. 1970
610Legislation Social Security. 1970
610Legislation Social Security. 1970
611Legislation Space. 1970
611Legislation Supreme Court. January-April 1970
611Legislation Supreme Court. May-December 1970
611Legislation Taxes. 1970
611Legislation Television, Radio and Movie. 1970
611Legislation Transportation. 1970
611Legislation Unemployment. 1970
612Legislation Veterans. 1970
612Legislation Veterans. 1970
612Legislation Vietnam Prisoners of War. 1970
612Legislation Welfare. May-July 1970
612Legislation Welfare. July-August 1970
612Legislation Welfare. September-November 1970
612Legislation Welfare. November-December 1970
series14
Speeches19311970 1931-1970
This series includes speeches and statements made by Holland throughout his
career. In addition, there are files containing comments and reaction to his speeches. Radio
files contain scripts used by Holland in radio broadcasts as well as correspondence
regarding the broadcasts. There are several campaign speeches in this series, including a
speech announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate, but additional speeches may be found in
the campaign series within this collection. Also included are commencement addresses Holland
gave at the University of Florida, his 1941 inaugural address as Governor, a speech
nominating George Smathers for President at the Los Angeles Democratic National Convention,
and speeches pertaining to civil rights in the 1950s and 1960s. Files are arranged
chronologically.
613The Effects of Americanization on the Foreign Born. Circa 1930s
613Commencement Address University of Florida. August 6, 1931
613General. 1935-1937
613General. 1938-1939
613General. 1940
613Address at Miami Beach 1940 Campaign for Governor. 1940
613Governor's Campaign Radio Scripts. 1940
613Inaugural Address Governor. 1941
613Commencement Address University of Florida. May 24, 1942
613Addresses. 1942
613General. 1943-1944
613Florida Tots Up 100 Years of Progress (Florida State Chamber of Commerce). 1944
613Announcing Candidacy for Senate Election. 1945
614General. 1945
614General. 1946
614Radio Scripts. 1946
614Florida State Chamber of Commerce. 1947
614General. 1947
614General. 1948
614General. 1949
614General. 1950
614Comments on Speeches. 1950
614Comments on Speeches. 1950
614Radio File. 1950
615General. 1951
615Comments on Speeches. 1951
615Public Works (Dispersal Bill). 1951
615Radio. 1951
615Radio. 1951
615Radio. 1951
615Comments on Speeches. 1951-1952
615General. 1952
615General. 1952
615General. 1953
615General. 1953-1959
615General. 1954
616General. 1954
616General. 1954
616General. 1954-1955
616General. 1955
616General. 1955
616General. 1956
616General. 1956
616General. 1957
616General. 1958
616Address over Television Station WFLA. 1958
616Radio and Television. 1958
617Radio and Television. 1959-1960
617General. 1960
617Nomination Speech George Smathers for President Los Angeles. July 1960
617General. 1961
617General. 1962
617Radio and Television. 1963
617General. 1963-1968
617General. 1964
617Radio and Television. 1964
617General. 1965
618General. 1966
618General. 1966
618General. 1967
618General. 1967
618Radio and Television. 1967
618General. 1968
618Elections Legislation Speeches and Newspaper Clippings. 1968
618General. 1969
618Speeches on Constitutional Amendment to Reform Electoral College. 1969-1970
618General. 1970
series15
Press Releases19491970 1949-1970
This series includes press releases made by Holland throughout his career.
There are several campaign press releases in this series, but additional releases may be
found in the campaign series within this collection. Files are arranged
chronologically.
619Press Releases. 1949-1950
619Press Releases. 1951
619Press Releases. 1952
619Press Releases. 1953
619Press Releases. 1954
619Press Releases. 1955
619Press Releases. 1956
619Press Releases. 1956-1957
619Press Releases. 1957
620Press Releases. 1958
620Press Releases. 1958
620Press Releases. 1958-1959
620Press Releases. 1960
620Press Releases. January-February 1961
620Press Releases. March-April 1961
620Press Releases. May-June 1961
620Press Releases. 1961
621Press Releases. 1961-1962
621Press Releases. 1962
621Press Releases. 1964
621Press Releases. 1964
621Press Releases Re-Election Campaign. 1964
621Press Releases Bids, Contract Awards and Grants. 1964
621Press Releases. 1965
621Press Releases. 1965
621Press Releases. 1966
621Press Releases. 1966
621Press Releases. 1966
621Press Releases. January-July 1967
621Press Releases. 1967
621Press Releases. 1970
series16
Trips and Engagements19531964 1953-1964
This small series includes material pertaining to trips made my Holland
from 1953 to 1964, as well as some of his engagements during that same period. The majority
of the files document trips to Florida cities and counties, but also included are trips to
the Chicago Democratic National Convention, to Alaska and the Northwest as a member of the
Public Works Committee, a drought tour of the Western U.S., and a trip to Knoxville,
Tennessee to meet with Democratic Party officials to discuss the campaign of Adlai Stevenson
and his running mate, Estes Kefauver. In addition, there are files documenting his trips to
Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, and Venezuela to discuss the Pan American Highway. Note that
this series only covers a small period of Holland's career, and some trip and engagement
information can be found in files throughout the collection. For example, there are numerous
"Diary of Events" files in the Senatorial papers that contain information about Holland's
engagements, appointments, and itinerary for each year. Files in this series are arranged
alphabetically.
622Alaska and the Northwest, Public Works Committee Inspection of Projects. 1953
622Alaska and the Northwest, Public Works Committee Inspection of Projects. 1953
622Atlanta, Miami, Lakeland, etc. 1955
622Bartow and Gainesville (University of Florida Centennial and Receipt of Honorary Degree). 1953
622Caracas, Venezuela (Pan American Highway Congress) and Panama Canal. 1954
622Chicago Democratic National Convention. 1956
622Drought Tour of Western U.S., Agriculture Committee. 1953
622Florida Chamber of Commerce Dinner. 1964
622Florida Ft. Myers, Bartow, Tampa. 1955
622Florida Pre-Vacation Swing Around State. 1956
623Inter-American Highway, Costa Rica, Nicaragua. 1955
623Inter-American Highway, Costa Rica, Nicaragua. 1955
623Knoxville, Tennessee Democratic Party Officials, Adlai Stevenson and Estes Kefauver. 1956
623Orlando Young Americans for Freedom Testimonial Dinner for Holland. 1962
623Tallahassee and Monticello (Fred Mahan Party). 1953
623University of Miami (Honorary Degree). 1962
series17
Memberships and Affiliations19291941 1929-1941
This series includes material related to Holland's memberships and
affiliations with several associations and organizations. There are several files
documenting his activities with the University of Florida Alumni Association between 1929
and 1939. In addition, his involvement with the American Legion, Emory University, Florida
Southern College, and Kiwanis, are also represented. Files are arranged
alphabetically.
624Alpha Tau Omega. 1930-1939
624Alumni Association, University of Florida. 1929
624Alumni Association, University of Florida. 1930
624Alumni Association, University of Florida. 1931
624Alumni Association, University of Florida. 1932
624Alumni Association, University of Florida. 1933-1939
624American Legion. 1929
625American Legion. 1930
625American Legion. 1930
625American Legion. 1931-1935
625Emory University. 1936-1938
625General Membership. 1941
625Jones Foundation (Florida Southern College). 1937-1939
625Kiwanis. 1941
625Military Order of the World War John D. Dickson, Miami. 1940
625Polk County Bar Association. 1936-1940
625Southern College. 1932-1938
series18
Miscellaneous1913-1972
This series includes memorabilia, articles, biographical material,
citations, certificates, and other ephemera collected or created by Holland throughout his
life. The memorabilia includes an Orange Bowl Official armband, a General MacArthur button,
a "Candidate for County Judge" card, and a political cartoon. There are numerous
certificates related to election results in Florida, as well as an honorary degree in Civil
Law from the University of Florida. Published articles include information on the 24th Aero
Squadron in World War I, the Pan American Highway, and Holland hunting with his son. Of
particular interest is the autobiography Holland began preparing during his retirement but
left unfinished upon his death in 1971. In addition, there are copies of 1913
correspondence related to Holland's application for the Rhodes Scholarship, including a
brief biographical summary written by Holland to the scholarship committee. Files are
arranged alphabetically.
626Appointment Papers Holland as Captain in the Coast Artillery Corps, U.S. Army. 1918
626Armband "Orange Bowl Official" (Alabama vs. Boston College football game). 1943
626Article "Coming True: An Engineer's Dream" by Holland regarding the Pan American Highway (in American Engineer). 1953
626Article "Cork Oak Planted by Governor Holland" (from The Crown). 1945
626Article on the 24th Aero Squadron in World War I, Featuring Photo of Officers Including Holland (American Legion Magazine). 1942
626Autobiography (Fragments) Written by Holland in Preparation for Publishing (Includes Correspondence Pertaining to Autobiography). 1971-1972
626Biographical Material, Spessard Holland. Not Dated
626Button General MacArthur "V" Button. Not Dated
626Campaign Card "Spessard L. Holland Candidate for County Judge" (Polk County). Circa 1920
626Election Certification by Secretary of State (Elected to Florida Senate). 1932
626Election Certification by Secretary of State (Elected as Governor). 1940
626Election Certification and Nomination Certification by Secretary of State (U.S. Senate). 1946
626Holland for Governor Campaign Literature. 1940
626Honorary Degree Citation, Doctor of Civil Law, University of Florida. 1953
626Issue of Florida Game and Fish with Photos and Article Regarding Holland Hunting with His Son, Billy. 1941
626Magazine Cover, The Restaurant Review, Showing Holland at the "Southern Governors' Conference in Biloxi, Mississippi". 1944
626Phi Beta Kappa Membership Certificate. 1942
626Phonodisc by the Florida Citrus Mutual Entitled "The Unsounds of Citrus" Featuring Audio Segments by Holland (with correspondence). 1964
626Photocopies of Correspondence Regarding Holland's Application for the Rhodes Scholarship. 1913
626Photographic Advertisement Showing Holland and Family Posing Beside Parade Float During His Inauguration as Governor (with caption: "Smashing Tribute to Kiwanian Spessard Holland"). 1941
626Political Cartoon by Lohnaas Featuring Holland Holding Newspaper With Headline: "Holland Announces His Retirement". Circa 1970
626Program "Dedication and Memorial to the Late Billie Bowlegs III" (at which Holland made the dedicatory address). 1966
626Program Honoring Holland at Tampa Harbor (Dedication of Holland Terminal). 1971
series19
Photographs19341966 1934-1966
This series includes photographs, both prints and negatives, originally
interfiled with the papers in the collection. The photographs were removed from their
original files and placed into separate folders for preservation purposes. The majority of
the photos are from the 1940s and Holland appears as a subject in most. Of particular
interest are the numerous photos of Holland's 1941 inauguration as Governor. Other subjects
in the photos include politicians, judges, and Florida landmarks and buildings. Also
included is a photo album showing unlicensed midwife practitioners and FERA nurses, which
was created by "Mrs. Spessard Holland, Chairman Public Health Council of Polk County." Files
are arranged alphabetically.
627Bushfield, Harlan J., Governor, South Dakota, in front of Mount Rushmore. 1942
627Campaign snapshots by L.E. Tew, Jr., including "Holland for Gov" plane and car (3 items). 1940
627Cuts of Holland Family, including two of Mary Holland, created by Rose Printing in Tallahassee. Circa 1944
627"Elect Spessard L. Holland U.S. Senator" sound truck and group of men in front of campaign headquarters. 1946
627Florida State Senate room filled with baskets of flowers (including ribbons with county names on them). Not Dated
627Florida Supreme Court (including clerks office, janitors closet, library, etc.) showing overcrowding and need for more space (8 items). Not Dated
627Holland accepting or presenting bibles with U.S. military chaplain. 1942
627Holland and group of men standing in front of seafood restaurant. Circa 1946
627Holland and group posing beside small planes with "Florida Aviation for Holland" campaign signs on them (Negatives). Not Dated
627Holland and Mary Holland handing their absentee ballots to Judge Wiggins. 1942
627Holland and other members of the Florida Congressional delegation with boys from the Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch. 1964
627Holland and others on fishing trip. 1942
627Holland and Prentice Cooper, Governor of Tennessee, during visit to Smyrna Air Base. 1942
627Holland and six Southern governors during visit to Second Army maneuver area. 1942
627Holland and three men at desk, possibly after Holland has signed legislation. 1943
627Holland at dedication of Bushnell City Hall and Post Office. 1963
627Holland at desk with unidentified man, possibly upon learning of Holland's qualifying for the Senate campaign. 1946
627Holland at Kiwanis meeting in Bartow (snapshot and enlargement). 1945
627Holland at podium speaking to the Miami Rotary Club at the Columbus Hotel (includes negatives). 1964
627Holland at State Dinner at Governors' Conference in Asheville, North Carolina. 1942
627Holland at the First Annual Governor's Day at the Singing Tower and Sanctuary, Lake Wales. 1935
627Holland at WSUN microphone during radio talk in St. Petersburg. 1942
627Holland campaign sound truck and Holland speaking beside truck (possibly in Clewiston). Not Dated
627Holland eating at a barbecue in Leesburg. 1946
627Holland examining maps and models with employees of the Panama Canal Company (also several photos of canal operations). 1960
627Holland greeting men at Orlando Chamber of Commerce meeting. 1946
627Holland in Leesburg on V-J Day at the Lee County Chamber of Commerce. 1946
627Holland posing in front of the Monument of States, created by the Kissimmee All-States Tourist Club. 1946
627Holland posing while writing at desk. Circa 1943
627Holland posing with others on steps during visit to Lowry Field, Colorado. 1943
627Holland presenting or receiving a ribbon to/from a woman. Circa 1946
627Holland signing legislation or some other document. Circa 1940s
627Holland signing legislation while group of men look on. 1944
627Holland signing legislation while two women and three men watch (negative). Circa 1940s
627Holland signing proclamation adopting the "Florida Statutes, 1941". 1942
627Holland speaking at opening campaign rally. 1946
627Holland studio portrait. Not Dated
627Holland studio portraits. Circa 1943
627Holland visiting U.S. Naval Academy, including Holland with midshipmen from Florida (10 items and correspondence). 1966
627Holland watching a woman working in a carpentry or machine shop. 1943
627Holland with Billie Bowlegs III and another Seminole Indian. 1963
627Holland with Claude Pepper and Florida's two Presidential Scholars, Paula Anne Braveman and Gregory Michael Hunter. 1966
627Holland with James Hudson and Elwood Elvaney, Jr., Florida Trucking Association. 1946
627Holland with members of his cabinet and/or staff. 1941
627Holland with O.L. Sutliff and Charles O. Andrews, Jr. in front of Capitol. 1946
627Holland with two Air Force officers inspecting air plane. 1942
627Humphrey, Hubert H. (signed, with correspondence). 1964
627Inauguration as Governor Holland speaking. 1941
627Inauguration as Governor Parade floats and marching bands (including University of Florida, Florida State College for Women, and several counties). 1941
627Inauguration as Governor Parade participants including military personnel, Seminole Indians, African Americans. 1941
627Inauguration as Governor Speakers and officials. 1941
627Inauguration as Governor Swearing In Ceremony (including enlarged print). 1941
627Orange Bowl trophy and group of men. 1943
627Photo album showing midwife practitioners (unlicensed) and FERA nurses album created by "Mrs. Spessard Holland, Chairman Public Health Council of Polk County". Circa 1943
627Photo of Selective Service Medal certificate awarded to Holland. Circa 1946
627Second Midwife Institute attendees, Florida A and M College (photo probably taken by Mrs. Holland). 1934
627United States Supreme Court justices portrait. Circa 1930s
627Watson, J. Tom studio portrait (inscribed "from your friend and Attorney General"). 1944
series20
Mary Holland News Clippings19411970 1941-1970
This series contains newspaper and newsletter clippings collected by Mary
Holland, primarily covering Holland's terms in the U.S. Senate, 1946-1970. In addition,
there is one complete newspaper from 1941, the Inaugural Edition of the Polk County Record,
which documents Holland's inauguration as Governor. The majority of these clippings
originally were stored in several three-ring binders, but the pages have been removed from
the binders and placed in folders. Although the majority of the binders contained only news
clippings, there is one folder from 1961 that also contains memorabilia such as event
programs, invitations, and correspondence.
628Social Events and Family Items. 1946-1948
628Social Events and Family Items. 1948-1950
628Social Events and Family Items. 1951
628Social Events and Family Items. 1951-1953
629News Clippings. 1947-1957
629News Clippings. 1955-1960
629News Clippings and Memorabilia (Programs, Invitations, Correspondence). 1961
630News Clippings. 1962-1963
630News Clippings. 1964
630News Clippings. 1965-1970
631Inaugural Edition of the Polk County Record (Holland as Governor) Complete Newspaper (4 Sections). January 3, 1941