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A Guide to the Spessard L. Holland Papers

Finding aid prepared by John R. Nemmers

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
January 2005


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Holland, Spessard L. (Spessard Lindsey), 1892-1971
Title: Spessard L. Holland Papers
Dates: 1913-1972
Abstract: Personal and official political papers, dated 1913-1972, of former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor, Spessard Lindsey Holland.
Extent: 264 Linear feet. 631 Boxes.
Identification: Ms 55
Language(s): English
Access: Researchers should consult with Special Collections staff before using the collection because there are access restrictions. See the Access note for more information.

Biographical/Historical Note

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.


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.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research. The presence of constituent mail in this collection requires mediated access. Researchers must consult with Special Collections staff before using the collection and must agree in writing to the following conditions: Congressional constituent mail is considered a type of privileged correspondence. Reproduction of constituent mail in any format is prohibited. Further, researchers using constituent mail must agree not to divulge the names or addresses of constituents or provide information that could conceivably identify constituents.


Related or Separated Material

A collection of Spessard Lindsey Holland Papers housed in the 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 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.


Administrative Information

Alternate Form of Finding Aid

Due to its large size this descriptive finding aid has been broken into several pages, available at http://www.library.ufl.edu/spec/pkyonge/Holland.htm.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Spessard L. Holland Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Processing Notes

The collection originally was processed in the early 1970s by department staff. In 2005, further processing was completed in order to improve access and create a detailed finding aid to the materials.


Contents List

Personal Files 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.


Box
1 Bevis, W. F. (Law Partner), Kiwanis. 1927-1928
1 Boy Scouts of America Flaming Arrow Council. 1935-1939
1 Correspondence - Friends. 1936-1942
1 Genealogy, Spessard Family. 1928-1930
1 Goldthwaite, George E. (taxes, Lake Placid). 1926-1945
1 Groover, Katherine. 1936-1937
1 Groover, Morgan K., Estate of. 1938
1 Groves. 1937-1938
1 Highland Park Club Charter. 1927-1928
1 Holland, Frank R. 1930-1939
1 Holland, Mary. 1934-1937
1 Johnson and Brown, Inc. - Stock Shares. 1928
1 Kiwanis Club Correspondence. 1926-1939
2 Knowles, G.B. "Gabby" - American Legion. 1931-1939
2 Leonard, L.E. (land purchase). 1926-1936
2 Lewis, Frank H. (mortgage). 1925-1931
2 Library, Floridiana (book dealers, libraries, etc.). 1929-1939
2 Licenses, Attorney. 1933-1937
2 Wilson, Borden. 1934-1939


Miscellaneous Correspondence 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.


Box
2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1927-1930
2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1931
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939-1940


Florida Senate - Chronological Correspondence 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.


Box
8 March. 1933
8 April #1. 1933
8 April #2. 1933
8 April #3. 1933
8 April #4. 1933
9 May #1. 1933
9 May #2. 1933
9 May #3. 1933
9 May #4. 1933
9 June. 1933
9 March. 1935
9 April #1. 1935
10 April #2. 1935
10 April #3. 1935
10 April #4. 1935
10 April #5. 1935
10 April #6. 1935
10 May #1. 1935
11 May #2. 1935
11 May #3. 1935
11 May #4. 1935
11 April #1. 1937
11 April #2. 1937
12 April #3. 1937
12 April #4. 1937
12 May #1. 1937
12 May #2. 1937
12 May #3. 1937
12 June. 1937
13 March. 1939
13 April #1. 1939
13 April #2. 1939
13 May #1. 1939
13 May #2. 1939
14 May #3. 1939
14 May #4. 1939


Florida Senate - Legislative Files 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.


Box
15 Advertising Committee, Governor's All-Florida. 1935-1937
15 Advisory and Planning Board. 1934
15 Agricultural Exemption for Social Security. 1933-1937
15 Agricultural Experiment Stations. 1933
15 Agricultural Extension Service. 1933-1938
15 All-Florida Protective Association. 1934-1935
15 American Bar Association, committee regarding admissions to. 1933-1938
15 Appropriations. 1933-1940
15 Attorney General, Assistant to. 1936
15 Auburndale Charter Amendment. 1939
15 Aviation. 1931, 1939
15 Bar Association, Florida State. 1930-1938
15 Bartow Charter. Not dated
15 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
15 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
16 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1935
16 Bill #259 (Wholesaler Trucking). 1939
16 Bills (Miscellaneous Legislation). 1935, Not dated
16 Black Incident (Sen. Robert L. Black fight with Holland). 1939
16 Camero, Alberto (Investigation). 1933-1937
16 Canal, Cross Florida. 1933-1939
16 Canneries. 1938-1939
16 Case, H.C. 1934-1936
16 Century of Progress Exposition. 1932-1933
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1935
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1936
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1937
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1938
17 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1939
17 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act) Miscellaneous Information. 1935-1939
17 Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1935-1938
17 Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1938-1940
17 Child Labor Amendment. 1936-1939
17 Citrus - Advertising. 1935-1937
17 Citrus - Bond of License. 1935-1937
18 Citrus - Color Added Matter. 1935-1937
18 Citrus Commission. 1935-1937
18 Citrus - Control Committee. 1936-1937
18 Citrus - Field Box Legislation. 1933-1939
18 Citrus - Garrett, Chas. A. 1938
18 Citrus - Grapefruit. 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Growers Clearing House. 1931-1935
18 Citrus - Inspection Service (Bill 701). 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Legislation. 1930-1940
18 Citrus - Marketing. 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Marketing Act. 1935-1939
18 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1932-1937
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1937
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous (Reports). 1938
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1939
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1939
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1937-1940
19 City Charters, Senate Committee. 1935-1937
19 Communism. 1935-1939
19 Cone, Fred P. (Governor). 1937-1938
19 Conservation, Board of. 1935-1938
20 Council of State Government. 1937-1940
20 County Budget Commission. 1933
20 Criminal Code. 1937-1939
20 Criminal Court. 1935
20 Debt Refunding. 1934
20 Debt Refunding. 1934
20 Democratic Executive Committee. 1932-1938
20 Driver's License Legislation. 1939
20 Dry Cleaning and Laundry Law. 1939
20 Education Association, Florida. 1935-1939
20 Egg Legislation. 1933
20 Emergency Relief Administration, Florida. 1934-1935
21 Engagements. 1929-1931
21 Engagements. 1932
21 Engagements. 1933
21 Engagements. 1934
21 Engagements. 1935
21 Engagements. 1936
21 Engagements. 1937
21 Engagements. 1938
22 Engagements. 1939
22 Everglades National Park. 1931-1937
22 Fair Trade Act, Florida. 1937-1939
22 Federal Housing Administration. 1934-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1937
22 Fish and Wildlife Hunting Regulations. 1933-1939
22 Fletcher, Duncan U. 1935-1936
23 Forest Service, Florida. 1933-1938
23 Foster, Stephen (Memorial). 1939
23 Freeze in Florida. 1934
23 Frost Service. 1936-1938
23 Fuller's Florida Letter. 1935-1940
23 Gubernatorial. 1932-1936
23 Guthrie, J.B. 1938-1939
23 Haines City. 1939
23 Historical Records Survey. 1937-1938
24 Historical Society, Florida State. 1935-1939
24 Hodges, William C. 1934-1935
24 Holland, Margaret or Mary (Attache Matter - Senate). 1936
24 Homestead Tax. 1934-1935
24 Industrial Commission, Florida. 1939
24 Insurance Legislation - General. 1932-1939
24 Insurance Legislation - Title. 1932-1937
24 Jackson Day Celebration. 1937-1938
24 Judges (Legislation). 1933-1935
25 Knight, Peter. 1932-1935
25 Knight, Peter. 1936-1939
25 Labor Troubles. 1937
25 Laird, Hervey. 1932-1936
25 Lake Hatchineha. 1935-1937
25 Lake Placid - Minority Report. 1933
25 Lakeland - Gulf Canal Co. 1933-1934
25 Legislation - Miscellaneous. 1930-1939
25 Library, State of Florida. 1935-1939
25 Liquor Laws. 1937
25 Marketing Bureau, Florida. 1934-1939
25 May, Phil. 1934-1939
26 Mayo, Nathan. 1933-1939
26 Medical Association, Florida. 1935
26 Municipalities, Florida League of. 1933-1938
26 Murdaugh Matter. 1933
26 National Advisory Committee, World's Fair. 1937-1940
26 National Economic League. 1931-1936
26 National Recovery Act (NRA). 1933
26 Neutrality Act. 1939
26 Orange Festival. 1939
26 Pensions. 1933-1938
26 Pensions. 1939
27 Pensions Bill - Dozier. 1935-1936
27 Pepper, Claude. 1938-1939
27 Peterson, J. Hardin. 1934-1939
27 Planning Board, Florida. 1935-1937
27 Plant Board, Florida. 1933-1939
27 Politics. 1928-1931
27 Politics. 1932
27 Politics. 1932
27 Politics. 1933
27 Politics. 1936
27 Polk County Budget Commission. 1935
27 Polk County Democratic Platform. 1934-1935
27 Polk County Schools. 1935-1936
27 Port St. Joe Centennial. 1938
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1933
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1937
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1938
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1939
28 Public Utilities. 1933
28 Railroads. 1932
28 Redistricting, Judicial Courts. 1935
28 Ringling, John. 1937
28 Road Department. 1932-1935
28 Road Department. 1936-1939
29 Road Department. 1937-1939
29 Rutherford, Sam. 1936-1939
29 Salary Buying Bill. 1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1939
29 School Code. 1939
30 School Code - Correspondence. 1938-1940
30 School Code - Expenses. 1939
30 School Legislation. 1933
30 School Legislation. 1934-1935
30 School Legislation. 1937
30 Schools - Correspondence. 1935-1939
30 Seminole Indian Association. 1935-1937
30 Senate Correspondence. 1939
30 Sessions, George W., Sr. 1933-1935
30 Sholtz, David (Governor). 1933-1934
30 Sholtz, David (Governor). 1935-1936
31 Slot Machines. 1937-1939
31 Social Legislation. 1935
31 Social Security Act. 1936-1937
31 Social Security Act. 1937
31 Soil Conservation. 1939
31 Strikes. 1933
31 Supreme Court, Florida. 1930-1939
31 Swearington, John J. 1933
31 Taxation. 1933-1936
31 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxes, Intangible. 1939
32 Taxpayers Association, Florida. 1934-1938
32 Tuberculosis. 1933-1940
32 Unemployment Compensation, Florida. 1937-1939
32 University of Florida. 1935-1936
32 University of Florida. 1937-1938
32 University of Florida. 1939
32 University of Florida - Correspondence with Dr. Tigert. 1932-1933
33 University of Florida Experiment Station (Plant Board). 1937
33 Welfare - Florida State Board of Public Welfare. 1935-1939
33 Welfare - State Board of Social Welfare. 1935-1938
33 Workmen's Compensation Act. 1931-1933
33 Workmen's Compensation Act. 1934-1937
33 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Florida. 1935-1938
33 World Court. 1932
33 WRUF Radio Station, University of Florida. 1933-1939


Campaign Files - General 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.


Box
34 Campaign Correspondence. 1931-1933
34 Campaign Correspondence. 1934
34 Congratulations. 1936
34 Congratulations. 1936
34 Miscellaneous. 1936
34 Miscellaneous (Lists, Clippings, etc.). 1936
34 Newspaper Clippings. 1936
34 Support Correspondence. March 1936
35 Support Correspondence. April 1936
35 Support Correspondence. May 1936
35 Activities, Political Campaigns. 1956
35 Miscellaneous. 1964
35 Newspaper Endorsements. 1964


Gubernatorial Campaign - Correspondence 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.


Box
36 Aa-Ak. 1939-1940
36 Adams, Neal (Gainesville). 1940
36 Albury (Key West). 1940
36 Al-Ale. 1940
36 Alf-Am. 1939-1940
36 Allen. 1939-1940
36 Allen, W.P. 1939-1940
36 Andrews, Charles O. 1940
36 An-Ap. 1939-1940
37 Ar. 1940
37 Arnold, Carrie (Pensacola). 1940
37 Arnold, W.P. (Tallahassee). 1940
37 Arthur, Thomas L. (Miami). 1940
37 As-Az. 1940
37 Ashley, J.G. (Don). 1940
37 Auchter, Geo. D. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
37 Axleroad, Benjamin (Miami). 1940
37 Ayers, Willard. 1940
37 B-Bai. 1940
37 Bailey, Howard S. (Chipley). 1940
37 Baird, L.R. (Venice). 1940
37 Baker, John. 1940
38 Baker, John H. 1940
38 Bak-Ban. 1939-1940
38 Ballenger, John (Lakeland). 1940
38 Bar-. 1940
38 Barco, Mrs. W.M. 1940
38 Barnett, R. Ira (Lakeland). 1940
38 Bas-Baz. 1939-1940
38 Baxter, E.G. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
38 Baynard. 1939-1940
39 Be-Bek. 1939-1940
39 Bel-Ben. 1939-1940
39 Bell, Kenneth. 1939-1940
39 Ber-Bez. 1939-1940
39 Bi-. 1940
39 Bigham, S.C. 1940
39 Bl-. 1939-1940
40 Blair, Alexander (Lake Placid). 1940
40 Boa-Boo. 1940
40 Bohanan, W.J. (Lakeland). 1940
40 Bor-Boz. 1940
40 Boring, Arthur R. (Plant City). 1940
40 Bowe, S.J. (Orlando). 1940
40 Bowman, S.H. (Clermont). 1940
40 Boyd, M.M. (Ft. Myers). 1940
40 Boyette, J. Ancil. 1940
40 Boynton, H. Grady (Canal Point). 1940
40 Br-Bre. 1939-1940
41 Branch, Drew (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
41 Bri-. 1939-1940
41 Bright, James H. (Miami). 1940
41 Bro-. 1939-1940
41 Brock, Clifton. 1940
41 Brooker, W.C. 1939-1940
41 Brooks, Charles A. (Orlando). 1940
41 Brorein, Carl D. 1940
41 Brown. 1940
41 Brown, Earl W. 1939-1940
41 Brown, Mrs. Sam (Miami). 1940
42 Bru-Bry. 1939-1940
42 Bryant, Thomas W. (Lakeland). 1939-1940
42 Bua-Burg. 1939-1940
42 Burk-Burks. 1940
42 Burnett-Burt. 1940
42 Burritt, R.E. (Tampa). 1940
42 Burton-Bus. 1940
42 Bussy, J.R. (St. Petersburg). 1938-1940
43 Butler, J. Turner (Jacksonville). 1940
43 Butler, Thomas W. 1940
43 Butler-Butts. 1940
43 Butt, Nixon. 1940
43 Byrd, C.Y. 1940
43 Byrd-Byrne. 1940
43 Ca-Can. 1940
43 Caldwell, Stafford. 1940
43 Campbell, Ophelia. 1939-1940
44 Caq-Car. 1940
44 Carter, William C. (Kissimmee). 1940
44 Casey, Victor. 1940
44 Casler, E.B., Jr. 1939-1940
44 Cas-Caz. 1939-1940
44 Ce-Cg. 1939-1940
44 Chandler, Luther. 1939-1940
44 Chase, Randell (Sanford). 1939-1940
45 Chastain, Charles. 1939-1940
45 Chatham, C.T. 1940
45 Chillingworth, C.E. (West Palm Beach). 1939-1940
45 Church, J.E. (Panama City). 1939-1940
45 Ch-Ck. 1940
45 Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45 Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45 Clarke, Senator S.D. 1940
45 Clements, Archie (Tarpon Springs). 1940
45 Clements, Jim. 1940
46 Coa-Cok. 1939-1940
46 Codrington, C.C. 1940
46 Colbert, N.A. (Sanford). 1940
46 Colee, Harold. 1940
46 Collier, Dr. M.A. (Wauchula). 1940
46 Collins, C.R. 1939-1940
46 Collins, LeRoy. 1939-1940
46 Collins, Vivian. 1940
46 Col-Com. 1939-1940
46 Colored (African American). 1940
46 Con-. 1939-1940
47 Conely, T.W., Jr. (Okeechobee). 1940
47 Conner, Virgil H. (Orlando). 1940
47 Coo-. 1939-1940
47 Cook, D. William (Miami). 1940
47 Coon, I.S. 1939-1940
47 Cop-Coz. 1939-1940
47 Copeland, D. Graham and Paola. 1940
47 Coulter, Henry B. 1940
47 Cox, James A. (Miami Beach). 1940
47 Cr-. 1939-1940
48 Crawford, Dolly M. 1940
48 Crawford, Geo. G. (Doc). 1940
48 Crawford, Warren (Merritt Island). 1940
48 Creekmore, Dr. G.R. 1940
48 Creswell, Mrs. Norma. 1940
48 Crofton, L.C. (Titusville). 1940
48 Cu-Cy. 1940
48 Curry, C.H. (Quincy). 1939-1940
48 Da-Dan. 1939-1940
48 Dar-Daz. 1939-1940
48 Daugherty, Ralph E. (Senator Charles O. Andrews office). 1939-1940
48 Davis. 1939-1940
49 Day, L.J. 1940
49 De-Dem. 1939-1940
49 Denison, E.O. 1940
49 Den-Dez. 1940
49 DeVeer, Frank. 1939-1940
49 Di-. 1940
49 Do-. 1940
49 Douglas, H.B. 1940
50 Dowling, R.L. 1940
50 Dr-Dt. 1940
50 Duncan, J. Reynolds (Orlando). 1940
50 Dunn, Eula E. (Pomona). 1940
50 Du-Dz. 1940
50 Ea-Ed. 1939-1940
50 Edwards, Ray O. 1940
50 Ee-Em. 1940
51 Ellis, Sam. 1940
51 En-Eo. 1939-1940
51 Ep-Es. 1939-1940
51 Et-Ez. 1939-1940
51 Ezell, Rev. H.L. (Wildwood). 1939-1940
51 Fa-Fd. 1940
51 Farrior, J. Rex (Tampa). 1939-1940
51 Faulk, John Hughey (Chipley). 1939-1940
51 Fe-. 1940
52 Fi-Fm. 1939-1940
52 Fo-. 1939-1940
52 Fr-. 1940
52 Franklin, J.A. (Ft. Myers). 1939-1940
52 Freeman, W.A. (Tampa). 1940
52 Frohock, J.A. 1939-1940
52 Fu-Fz. 1939-1940
52 Fuller, M.B. 1940
53 Fuller's Florida Letter by Walter Fuller. 1939-1940
53 Fullerton, Geo. I. (New Smyrna Beach). 1939-1940
53 Fusillo, Paul (Clearwater). 1940
53 Futch, Eli (Gainesville). 1940
53 Ga. 1940
53 Gaddy, R.L. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
53 Gardiner, W.J. (Daytona Beach). 1940
53 Ge-Gh. 1940
53 Getzen, J.C., Jr. 1940
53 Getzen, Samuel Wyche (Gainesville). 1940
53 Getzen, Thompson H. (Dade City). 1940
54 Gi. 1940
54 Gibbs, Elva. 1940
54 Gillis, D. Stuart (Defuniak Springs). 1939-1940
54 Gl-Go. 1939-1940
54 Goldthwaite, George (New York). 1940
54 Goodwin, W.C. (Chipley). 1940
54 Gra-. 1939-1940
55 Grace, H.L. (Graceville). 1940
55 Graham, Ernest R. (Hialeah). 1939-1940
55 Gray, R.A. 1939-1940
55 Gray, W.L. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55 Gre-. 1939-1940
55 Green, Alfred (Daytona Beach). 1939-1940
55 Greenholph, Captain Jos. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55 Gri-. 1940
55 Grimes, Glenn (Bradenton). 1939-1940
56 Gro-Gz. 1940
56 Gross, George G. (Tallahassee). 1940
56 Guyton, Charles M. (Marianna). 1940
56 Ha-Hal. 1939-1940
56 Hagler, Conner (Pensacola). 1940
56 Hall, M. Lewis (Miami). 1939-1940
56 Hallman, Roy. 1939-1940
56 Ham-. 1940
56 Hamilton, C. Rupert (Milton). 1939-1940
57 Han-. 1939-1940
57 Hankins, Maxwell. 1940
57 Harb-Harp. 1939-1940
57 Hardesty, Homer. 1940
57 Harris. 1940
57 Harris, Lester (Orlando). 1939-1940
57 Harr-Harz. 1940
57 Hart, P. John. 1940
58 Has-Haz. 1939-1940
58 Hatton, Bob. 1940
58 Hatton, L. Alex (Bradenton). 1940
58 Hatton, Rondo (Hollywood). 1940
58 Hazen, Alph A. (Orlando). 1940
58 Hazen, Purvis (Brooker). 1940
58 Hea-Hem. 1938-1940
58 Heaton, Wendell C. (Tallahassee). 1940
58 Hector, H.H., and H.B. Fultz (Miami). 1939-1940
58 Helfenstein, Charles P. 1940
58 Hen-Hez. 1939-1940
59 Herlong, A.S., Sr. (Leesburg). 1940
59 Hethcox, Hartley H. (Umatilla). 1940
59 Hia-Hik. 1940
59 Hiatt, P.N. (West Palm Beach). 1940
59 Hicks, J.A. 1940
59 Hil-Hiz. 1940
59 Hildreth, J.K. 1940
59 Hilburn, Senator S.J. (Palatka). 1940
59 Hill, William L. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
59 Hitchings, C.E. 1940
60 Hoa-Hoi. 1940
60 Hodges, T.R. 1940
60 Hol-. 1940
60 Holbrook, F.M. (Panama City). 1940
60 Holland, Frank L. 1940
60 Holland, Frank L. - Copies. 1940
61 Holland, Mary. 1940
61 Holloway, C.C. (Florida Poultryman and Stockman). 1940
61 Holt, George E. (Miami). 1940
61 Hom-Hou. 1940
61 How-Hoz. 1940
61 Howell, P.B. 1940
61 Hu-Hul. 1939-1940
62 Hum-Hz. 1940
62 Humphrey, Mac. 1940
62 Hunt, J.H. (White Springs). 1940
62 Hurst, J.T. 1940
62 Hyde, Bolivar H. (St. Petersburg). 1940
62 I-. 1940
62 Ingle, J.P. (Jacksonville). 1940
62 Ja-Jd. 1939-1940
62 Jackson, Omar (Tampa). 1940
62 Je-. 1939-1940
62 Jennings, Mrs. W.S. 1940
62 Ji-Joh. 1940
63 Johnson, Hunter (Jacksonville). 1940
63 Johnson, Steve E. (Lake Butler). 1940
63 Johnson, W.H.S. (Crescent City). 1940
63 Johnson and Johnson. 1939-1940
63 Joh-Joi. 1936-1940
63 Jones, Claud. 1940
63 Jones, Judge W.R. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
63 Joo-Jz. 1940
64 Ka-. 1940
64 Kanner, A.O. (Stuart). 1940
64 Kea-Kei. 1939-1940
64 Keisacker, Frank T. (Coral Gables). 1940
64 Kel-Kez. 1939-1940
64 Kia-Kin. 1939-1940
64 Kio-Kiz. 1940
64 Kl-Kn. 1939-1940
65 Knowles, G.B. (Bradenton). 1939-1940
65 Ko-Kz. 1939-1940
65 La-Lam. 1939-1940
65 Lambright, E.D. (Tampa). 1940
65 Lamme, Vernon. 1939-1940
65 Lan-. 1939-1940
65 Lanier, Belton (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lanier, J.C. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lanier, W.B. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lao-Laz. 1939-1940
65 Lavin, John S. 1939-1940
65 Lay, E.T. (Jacksonville). 1937-1940
66 Lea-Lee. 1939-1940
66 Ledbetter, Chas. B., Jr. 1940
66 Lef-Lez. 1940
66 Lehmann, Karl (Tavares). 1940
66 Leitner, Sumter. 1940
66 Leonard, Capt. H.L. 1940
66 Li-Ln. 1939-1940
66 Lloyd, John U. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
67 Lloyd, N.D. (Belle Glade). 1940
67 Lo-. 1939-1940
67 Lo-. 1939-1940
67 Love, James T. (Quincy). 1940
67 Lowry, General Sumter L. (Jacksonville). 1940
67 Lu-Lz. 1940
67 Mac-. 1939-1940
67 MacCanon, Vivien I. (Alva). 1940
68 Mack, E.L. 1939-1940
68 Mahorner, Sue (WPA, Jacksonville). 1940
68 Mar-. 1939-1940
68 Marks, Paul H. (Miami). 1940
68 Mas-Mat. 1939-1940
68 Mason, Ernest (Pensacola). 1940
69 Massey, Frank (Dade City). 1940
69 Mattocks, J.E. (Orlando). 1940
69 Mau-Maz. 1940
69 May, Phil S. 1939-1940
69 Maynor, Wm. H. 1940
69 Mayo, Nathan. 1939-1940
69 Mc-McCl. 1939-1940
69 McArthur, Hugh. 1940
69 McCarty, Dan (Ft. Pierce). 1939-1940
69 McCo-McD. 1939-1940
70 McDonald, H.L. (Orlando). 1939-1940
70 McDonald, W.R. (Exec. Secretary, Southern Governors' Conference, Atlanta). 1940
70 McE-McI. 1940
70 McKay, Kenneth I. (Tampa). 1940
70 McK-. 1940
70 McL-. 1939-1940
70 McRae, W.A., Jr. 1939-1940
70 McM-McZ. 1939-1940
71 Me-Mh. 1939-1940
71 Mears, Patrick H. (Tallahassee). 1940
71 Melton, G.T. "Doc". 1940
71 Messer, James, Jr. 1940
71 Mi-Mil. 1939-1940
71 Miller, Dr. V.H. 1940
71 Milton, John. 1939-1940
71 Milton, Lawrence R. 1939-1940
71 Mim-Miz. 1939-1940
71 Minton, O.C. 1939-1940
72 Moa-Mon. 1940
72 Monroe, George W. 1940
72 Moo-Mop. 1939-1940
72 Moon, Dr. W.B. 1940
72 Moor, Frank D. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
72 Mor-. 1939-1940
72 Morgan, Keith (New York). 1940
72 Morris, Allen. 1940
72 Morrow, Chas. J. 1939
72 Mos-Moz. 1939-1940
72 Mu-Mz. 1939-1940
72 Murphy, Henry G. (Zolfo Springs). 1938-1940
73 Na-Ne. 1940
73 Newell, J.P. 1940
73 Ni-Nz. 1939-1940
73 Nicholson, Delmar. 1940
73 Nicholson, Ralph (Tampa). 1940
73 Oa-Or. 1939-1940
73 Odom, Ralph. 1940
73 Ohlinger, Fred A. (Ocala). 1940
73 Oliver, Mrs. J.C. (Punta Gorda). 1940
74 Os-Oz. 1939-1940
74 Overman, C.H. (Bagdad). 1940
74 Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
74 Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1940
74 Pa-Paq. 1939-1940
74 Par-. 1939-1940
74 Parish, Theodore D. (Vernon). 1940
74 Parker, Fred P. (Mayo). 1939-1940
74 Parker, Robert (Tallahassee). 1940
75 Pat-Paz. 1939-1940
75 Patience, Roy (Crescent City). 1940
75 Pea-Pei. 1939-1940
75 Peacock, Judge. 1940
75 Peacock, Sam C. (Umatilla). 1940
75 Peeples, J.H. (Moore Haven). 1940
75 Pel-Pez. 1939-1940
75 Perkins, Frances (Washington, D.C.). 1940
75 Peterson, J. Hardin. 1940
75 Petteway, Lewis W. 1940
75 Pettyjohn, J.W. (Jacksonville). 1940
76 Pf-Pi. 1939-1940
76 Pj-Po. 1939-1940
76 Powell, Tate, Jr. 1939-1940
76 Pr-Prin. 1939-1940
76 Prit-Pz. 1939-1940
77 Purvia, Mae. 1939-1940
77 Q. 1939-1940
77 Ra-Rd. 1940
77 Ramsey, Ernest (Key West). 1940
77 Raney, George P. (Tampa). 1940
77 Re-Rg. 1939-1940
77 Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78 Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78 Rice, S.E. 1940
78 Roa-Rod. 1940
78 Roa-Rod. 1940
78 Roberts, Q.I. (Green Cove Springs). 1940
78 Robbins, Bruce (Tampa). 1939-1940
78 Roe-Roo. 1939-1940
78 Rood, E.D. 1939-1940
78 Rop-Ros. 1940
79 Rot-Roz. 1940
79 Rp-Rz. 1940
79 Ruble, Dr. J.L. (Orlando). 1940
79 Sa-. 1940
79 Sarra, Lamar. 1940
79 Saxon, Frank (Brooksville). 1940
79 So-. 1940
80 Scott, T.T. 1940
80 Se-. 1940
80 Sellers, Tim (Leesburg). 1940
80 Senna, Charles, Jr. (Graceville). 1940
80 Sha-. 1940
80 Shackleford, T.M., Jr. 1939-1940
80 Shands, A.G. (Jacksonville). 1940
80 Sharit, Joe L. (Port St. Joe). 1940
80 Shaw, Lynn E. 1940
80 She-. 1940
80 Sheldon, Raymond. 1940
80 Shelley, Paul. 1940
81 Shi-. 1940
81 Sho-Shz. 1940
81 Sie-Sim. 1940
81 Sikes, Bob (Crestview). 1940
81 Sims, E.D. 1940
81 Sims, V.A. 1940
81 Sn-Sl. 1940
81 Sm-. 1940
81 Smith - A to K. 1940
81 Smith - A to K. 1940
82 Smith, Claude H. 1940
82 Smith, Eldridge. 1940
82 Smith, Hill A. 1940
82 Smith - L to Z. 1940
82 Sn-So. 1940
82 Snedigar, Louis F. (Miami). 1940
82 Sp-Ss. 1940
82 Sta-. 1940
83 Ste-. 1940
83 Stevens, Wallace (Hollywood). 1940
83 Stewart, Chas M. 1940
83 Sti-Sto. 1940
83 Stinson, W.I. 1940
83 Str-Stz. 1940
83 Su-Sz. 1940
83 Su-Sz. 1940
83 Ta-Tap. 1940
83 Tar-Taz. 1940
84 Taylor, Clyde (Jacksonville). 1940
84 Taylor, J.T. (Lake Placid). 1940
84 Te-. 1940
84 Texada, J.A., Jr. (Gainesville). 1940
84 Th-. 1940
84 Th-. 1940
84 Thrasher, Charles S. (Daytona Beach). 1940
84 Ti-. 1940
84 Tigert, John J. (Gainesville). 1940
84 Tilden, W.L. (Orlando). 1940
84 Tippetts, William B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
84 Toa-Toz. 1940
84 Tobb, E.G. (Avon Park). 1940
85 Tr-Tt. 1940
85 Trammell, Park (Blountstown). 1940
85 Treadway, Chester B. (Orlando). 1940
85 Treadwell. 1940
85 Tu-Ture. 1940
85 Tully, C. Ray. 1940
85 Turn-. 1940
85 Turnbull, T.T. (Daytona Beach). 1940
85 Turner, C. Davis (Marianna). 1940
85 Tut-Tz. 1940
85 U. 1940
86 Uman, Morrice S. (Tampa). 1940
86 Underwood, Herbert (Palatka). 1940
86 V. 1940
86 V. 1940
86 Valdes, Albert C. (Winter Garden). 1940
86 Vaugh, W.G. 1940
86 Versaggi, John (St. Augustine). 1940
86 Wa-War. 1940
86 Waff, Aubrey L. (Williston). 1940
86 Wal-Walk. 1940
86 Walden, J. Irvin (Sarasota). 1940
86 Walker, Donald (Orlando). 1940
86 Wall-Walz. 1940
86 Wand, J.B. 1940
87 War. 1940
87 Ward, C. Fred (Winter Park). 1940
87 Warren, Cecil (Miami). 1940
87 Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87 Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87 Warwick, G.W. (Coral Gables). 1940
87 Was-Waz. 1940
87 Washburn, Harry. 1940
87 Watson, J. Tom (Tampa). 1940
87 Watts, Olin E. (Jacksonville). 1940
87 We-Wek. 1940
87 Weeks, Inman W. 1940
88 Wel-Wer. 1940
88 Wells, Mrs. J. Ralston. 1940
88 Wes-Wez. 1940
88 West, T. Franklin (Milton). 1940
88 Wha-White. 1940
88 White, Joe S. (West Palm Beach). 1940
88 Whitf-Wiz. 1940
88 Wia-Wik. 1940
88 Wila-Wilk. 1940
89 Will-. 1940
89 Williams - A to G. 1940
89 Williams - H to Z. 1940
89 Williams, Boyce A. (Tavares). 1940
89 Williams, George B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
89 Wils-. 1940
89 Wilson, Dudley S. (Ocoee). 1940
89 Wilson, Joseph T. (Milton). 1940
89 Wilson, Woodrow D. (Titusville). 1940
89 Wim-Wiz. 1940
89 Wirt, Theron E. (Tampa). 1940
90 Woa-Wood. 1940
90 Wooda-Woz. 1940
90 Worthington, Mrs. Bert. 1940
90 Woodward, C.C. 1940
90 Wr-Wz. 1940
90 Wright, Frank. 1940
90 Y. 1940
90 Yearwood, J.R. (Miami). 1940
90 Yon, James W. (Bill). 1940
90 Yon, Terrell. 1940
90 Yonge, J.E. (Miami). 1940
90 Young, C.W. (Lake City). 1940
90 Z. 1940


Gubernatorial Campaign - Ledger Books Regarding Appointees to State Positions 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.


Box
91 A-F. 1940
91 G-H. 1940
92 I-M. 1940
92 M-R. 1940
93 R-Z. 1940


Gubernatorial Campaign - General Files 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.


Box
94 Advertisements. 1940
94 Advertising. 1939
94 Advertising. 1940
94 Advertising, R.T. Arnold Printing and Label. 1940
94 Ad Valorem Tax File. 1940
94 Alpha Tau Omega. 1940
94 Associated Press. 1940
94 Better Business Association. 1940
94 Bulletins/Publications. 1940
94 Chain Stores Memo, Requests for. 1940
95 Citrus. 1940
95 Conservation. 1940
95 Dentists. 1940
95 Dependent Children. 1940
95 Doctors. 1940
95 Druggists-Pharmacists. 1937-1940
95 Editorials. 1940
95 Educational. 1940
95 Everglades National Park. 1939-1940
95 Fishing. 1940
95 Florida Cattleman. 1940
95 Florida Recovery Act (Anti-Chain Store). 1940
96 Form Letters. 1940
96 General. 1940
96 General Election Literature. 1940
96 Gross Receipts Tax. 1940
96 Handbills and Speech Advertisements. 1940
96 Hardesty All Radio Speeches. 1940
96 Holland-for-Governor Club. 1939-1940
96 Holland Itinerary. 1940
96 Holland Radio. 1940
97 Jackson Day Celebration Audit. 1940
97 Jacksonville Letter Shop - Advertisements. 1940
97 Key Men Wires. 1940
97 Legislative Reports (Florida Federation of Labor). 1933-1940
97 Legislative Records and Lists. 1933-1940
97 Letters to Editors. 1940
97 List of Various Personnel Throughout the State. 1940
97 Livestock. 1940
97 Merchants License Tax Legislation Two Year Limitation. 1940
97 Miscellaneous. 1940
97 Miscellaneous. 1940
97 Miscellaneous. 1940
97 National Defense. 1940
98 News Clippings - Citrus Industry. 1940
98 News Clippings - Florida Magazine. 1940
98 News Clippings - Florida State News, Tallahassee. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - Florida Times Union, Jacksonville. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - Fort Myers News-Press. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - The Independent, St. Petersburg. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - La Gaceta, Tampa. 1940
98 News Clippings - La Traduccion, Tampa. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - Lakeland Ledger and Star Telegram. 1939-1940
98 News Clippings - Lakeland News. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Miami Daily News. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Miami Herald. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Ocala Banner. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Ocala Star. 1940
99 News Clippings - Orlando Morning Sentinel. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Orlando Times. 1939-1940
99 News Clippings - Pensacola News-Journal. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Polk County Democrat, Bartow. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Polk County Record, Bartow. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Polk County Record, Bartow. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - St. Petersburg Times. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Tallahassee Democrat. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Tampa Daily Times. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Tampa Morning Tribune. 1939-1940
100 News Clippings - Winter Haven Chief. 1939-1940
101 Newspaper Clippings - General. 1939-1940
101 Newspaper Clippings - A-C. 1940
101 Newspaper Clippings - D-E. 1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Barbee. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Clancy, John H. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Fraser, Walter. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Jones, E.Z. 1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Maples, Carl. 1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Schoepf, Burton. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Paty, B.F. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Touch, Fred. 1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Walker, Hans. 1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Warren, Fuller. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Whitehair, Francis P. 1939-1940
102 Newspaper Clippings on Opponents - Williams, P.E. 1940
103 Newspaper List. 1939-1940
103 Office Wires. 1940
103 Old Age Assistance. 1940
103 Old Age Pension, Request for Special Session. 1940
103 Other Candidates. 1940
103 Platform File - Political. 1939-1940
103 Poague, L.G. (Tampa). 1939-1940
103 Polk County Club, Bob Hatton. 1940
103 Press Releases and Statements. 1939-1940
104 Propaganda. 1939-1940
104 Publicity and Advertising Supplies. 1939-1940
104 Racing Commission. 1940
104 Radio. 1939-1940
104 Railroad. 1940
104 Salary Buying (Lawrence Kelder). 1940
104 School Teachers. 1940
104 Social Security. 1940
104 Sound Truck - Advertising and Publicity. 1939-1940
104 Speakers Bureau. 1940
104 Special Letter File - Leo P. Kitchen. 1940
105 State Road Department. 1940
105 Support (Form Letters). 1940
105 Tax (General). 1940
105 Tax Inquiry Council. 1939-1940
105 Townsend. 1940
105 Tubercular Rehabilitation. 1940
105 Unemployment Compensation. 1940
105 Unemployment Insurance. 1940
105 University of Florida, Gainesville. 1940
105 Voting Precincts, Polk County. 1940
105 Wash Sheds. 1940
105 Wester, Ralph and Woodrow (Pardons). 1940
105 Work Projects Administration (WPA). 1940


Service Men's Letters 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.


Box
106 Christmas Cards. 1944
106 A. 1941-1945
106 B. 1941-1945
106 C. 1941-1945
106 D. 1941-1945
106 E. 1941-1945
106 F. 1941-1945
107 G. 1941-1945
107 H. 1941-1945
107 I. 1941-1945
107 J. 1941-1945
107 K. 1941-1945
107 L. 1941-1945
108 M. 1941-1945
108 Mc. 1941-1945
108 Miscellaneous. 1941-1945
108 N. 1941-1945
108 O. 1941-1945
108 P. 1941-1945
108 Q. 1941-1945
109 R. 1941-1945
109 S. 1941-1945
109 Shelley, Paul. 1941-1945
109 T. 1941-1945
109 U-V. 1941-1945
109 W. 1941-1945
109 X-Y-Z. 1941-1945


General Correspondence During Gubernatorial Term 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.


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110 Appointment Congratulations. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations. 1940-1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Alachua County, Returns by County. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Brevard County. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Broward, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Columbia Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Capitol Center. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Dade County. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Duval County. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Escambia, Hardee, Hernando Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Franklin, Wauchula, Liberty Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Hillsborough County. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Lafayette, Dixie, Taylor Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Lake, Leon, Levy, Liberty Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Madison, Manatee, Marion, Monroe Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Nassau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam Counties. 1940-1941
110 Committee Recommendations - St. Lucie, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Seminole Counties. 1941
110 Committee Recommendations - Taylor, Volusia, Wakulla, Washington Counties. 1940-1941
111 Congratulations on Appointments, Thank Yous for Appointments. 1941
111 Congratulations on Message. 1941
111 Editorials and Comments. 1941
111 Gifts. 1941
111 Governor's Car. 1941
111 Governor's Car. 1941
112 Governor's Staff. 1941
112 Governor's Staff. 1941
112 Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1941
112 Inaugural Address, Requests for. 1941
112 Inauguration. 1941
112 Invitations, Miscellaneous. 1941
112 Invitations, Miscellaneous. 1941
112 Kicks. 1941
112 President's Inauguration. 1941
113 Appointment Congratulations. 1942
113 B. 1942
113 C. 1942
113 D-E. 1942
113 Editorials. 1942
113 F-G. 1942
113 Governor's Staff. 1942
113 Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1942
113 H. 1942
113 J. 1942
113 K. 1942
113 Kicks. 1942
114 M. 1942
114 Memberships. 1942
114 N-P. 1942
114 Political. 1942
114 R. 1942
114 Road and Bridge Debt. 1942
114 Southern Governors Conference. 1942
115 A. 1943
115 B. 1943
115 C. 1943
115 Civil Defense. 1943
115 Clark, Walter R. (Sheriff), Removal of. 1943
115 Congratulations/Thank Yous for Appointments. 1943
115 E. 1943
115 Editorials. 1943
115 F. 1943
115 Gifts. 1943
115 H. 1943
116 Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1943
116 J-K. 1943
116 Key Men. 1943
116 Kicks. 1943
116 M. 1943
116 Memberships. 1943
116 N-P. 1943
116 S. 1943
116 Schools. 1943
116 St. Augustine Trio. 1942-1943
116 Tobacco Tax Laws. 1943
116 W. 1943
117 A. 1944
117 B. 1944
117 C. 1944
117 Congratulations and Thanks for Appointments as Governor. 1944
117 Congratulations on Administration as Governor. 1944
117 D. 1944
117 Editorials. 1944
117 F-G. 1944
117 Gifts. 1944
117 Governors Conference. 1944
117 Governor's Staff. 1944
117 H. 1944
118 Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1944
118 J-K. 1944
118 L-M. 1944
118 Memberships. 1944
118 Patronage List from Departments. 1944
118 S-T. 1944
118 W. 1944
118 Warren, Fuller. 1944


Miscellaneous Personal Files 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.


Box
119 A. 1938-1944
119 B. 1938-1944
119 Bevis, W.F. 1941-1944
119 C. 1938-1944
119 Calendar. 1943-1944
119 Circuit Judge - 10th Judicial Court. 1945
119 D. 1941-1944
119 Emory University Alumni. 1944
119 Florida Economic Advancement Council (W.D. Outman, Director). 1943-1945
119 Florida Historical Society. 1940
119 Florida State Chamber of Commerce (Leonard K. Thomson, President). 1945
119 Floridiana. 1941-1944
120 G. 1940-1944
120 Gore, R.H. v. Curtis Publishing Co. 1945
120 Governors Conference. 1945
120 Governor's Staff. 1944
120 H. 1940-1944
120 Holland, Frank L. (Personal). 1941-1942
120 Income Tax. 1925-1934
120 Income Tax. 1935-1941
120 Income Tax. 1942
121 Income Tax. 1943
121 Income Tax. 1944
121 J-M. 1943-1944
121 P. 1939-1944
121 R. 1942-1944
121 S. 1941-1944
121 School Matters. 1945-1946
121 Schools. 1944
121 Securities and Exchange Commission. 1946
121 T. 1943-1944
121 University of Florida. 1945
121 W. 1939-1944


Campaign Files - 1946 Senate Campaign 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.


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122 Anti-Hollanders. 1946
122 Biographical Information. 1946
122 Candidates - Primary. 1946
122 Cigarette Tax Correspondence. 1946
122 Correspondence - A-An. 1945-1946
122 Correspondence - Ap-Az. 1946
122 Correspondence - Ba-Bay. 1946
122 Correspondence - Baker, John G. 1945-1946
122 Correspondence - Be-Bl. 1946
122 Correspondence - Bedingfield, J.G. 1946
122 Correspondence - Bo-Bre. 1946
123 Correspondence - Brooker, William C. 1945-1946
123 Correspondence - Brow-By. 1945-1946
123 Correspondence - Butler, J. Turner. 1945-1946
123 Correspondence - Ca-Caw. 1946
123 Correspondence - Carroll, N. Ray. 1943-1946
123 Correspondence - Ch-Col. 1946
123 Correspondence - Com-Cu. 1946
123 Correspondence - Da-De. 1946
124 Correspondence - Dawe, Grosvenor. 1945-1946
124 Correspondence - Di-Dy. 1946
124 Correspondence - E. 1946
124 Correspondence - F. 1946
124 Correspondence - Ga-Gi. 1946
124 Correspondence - Go-Gw. 1946
124 Correspondence - Guyton, C.M. 1945-1946
124 Correspondence - Hall, M. Lewis. 1945-1946
125 Correspondence - Ha-He. 1946
125 Correspondence - Hedrick, F. Cleveland. 1946
125 Correspondence - Hi-Hy. 1946
125 Correspondence - I-J. 1946
125 Correspondence - K. 1946
125 Correspondence - Knowles, G.R. 1944-1946
125 Correspondence - La-Le. 1946
125 Correspondence - Lindsey, Ben. 1946
126 Correspondence - Li-Ly. 1946
126 Correspondence - Lurton, Harry. 1946
126 Correspondence - Ma. 1946
126 Correspondence - Marchant, J.P. 1945-1946
126 Correspondence - May, Phil S. 1944-1946
126 Correspondence - Mc. 1946
126 Correspondence - McClure, J. Robert. 1945-1946
126 Correspondence - Me-My. 1946
126 Correspondence - Messer, James. 1945-1946
127 Correspondence - N. 1946
127 Correspondence - Newspapers A-E. 1945-1946
127 Correspondence - Newspapers F-H. 1945-1946
127 Correspondence - Newspapers J-M. 1945-1946
127 Correspondence - Newspapers N-P. 1945-1946
127 Correspondence - Newspapers R-Z. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - O. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Pa-Ph. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Pi-Py. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Ra-Ri. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Ro-Ry. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Sa-Se. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Sapp, Herbert. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Sh-Sl. 1945-1946
128 Correspondence - Shipp, R.L. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - Sm-Sp. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - St-Sw. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - Stanly, W.A. (Spic). 1946
129 Correspondence - T. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - U-V. 1946
129 Correspondence - Wa. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - We-Wy. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - Williams, Boyce. 1945-1946
129 Correspondence - Y-Z. 1945-1946
130 Forged Check Correspondence. 1946
130 Form Letters. 1946
130 Green, Lex. 1946
130 Holland for Senator Clubs. 1946
130 Hamilton, W.H. (Winter Haven). 1946
130 Holland Platform. 1946
130 Itineraries. 1946
130 Key Man File. 1946
130 Key Man List. 1946
130 Lt. Colonel List. 1946
131 Lists of School Teachers. 1945-1946
131 Miscellaneous Advertising. 1946
131 Newspapers Clippings - Anti-Holland. 1946
131 Newspapers Clippings - Balfe, Polly Rose (Opponent). 1946
131 Newspapers Clippings - Burch, Henry (Opponent). 1946
131 Newspapers Clippings - Green, Lex (Opponent). 1946
131 Newspapers Clippings - Schad, Harry (Republican Candidate). 1945-1946
132 Newspapers Clippings. June-November 1945
132 Newspapers Clippings. December 1945-January 1946
133 Newspapers Clippings. February-March 1946
133 Newspapers Clippings. March 1946
134 Newspapers Clippings. April 1946
135 Newspapers Clippings. May 1946
136 Newspapers Clippings. June-September 1946
137 Pamphlet. 1946
137 Press Comments on Campaign. 1946
137 Press Releases. 1945-1946
137 Radio - Publicity. 1945-1946
137 Radio Scripts - Holland Speakers. 1946
137 Radio Time. 1945-1946
137 Speakers Bureau. 1946


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.


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.


Box
138 President. 1945-1947
138 State Department. September 1946-June 1947
138 State Department. July-December 1947
138 Treasury Department. 1946-1947
138 Treasury Department - Bureau of Customs. 1946-1947
138 Treasury Department - Customs House at Miami. 1946-1947
138 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. 1946-1947
138 Treasury Department - Coast Guard Service. 1945-1947
139 War Department. September 1946-March 1947
139 War Department. April-July 1947
139 War Department. August-December 1947
139 War Department - Army Marketing System (Quartermaster Depot, Orlando). 1947
139 War Department - Army Reserve Training Program. 1947
139 War Department - Camp Blanding. 1947
139 War Department - Morrison Homes, West Palm Beach. 1947
139 War Department - Orlando Army Air Base. 1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - General (Including Florida Rivers and Harbors Projects). 1946-1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - Flood Control (Statewide). 1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1946-1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1946-1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1946-1947
139 War Department - Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1947
140 War Department - Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1947
140 War Department - Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1946-1947
140 War Department - Army Engineers - Everglades Drainage District. 1945-1947
140 War Department - Army Engineers - Port of Palm Beach. 1947
140 War Department - Office of Dependency Benefits. 1947
140 War Department - Casualties. 1946
140 Justice Department. 1946-1947
140 Justice Department - Freedom Train (American Heritage Foundation). 1947
140 Justice Department - Indictments Against NAREB (National Association of Real Estate Boards). 1947
140 Justice Department - Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1947
140 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court. 1947
140 Justice Department - Immigration and Naturalization. September 1946-June 1947
140 Justice Department - Immigration and Naturalization. July-December 1947
140 Post Office Department. September 1946-June 1947
141 Post Office Department. July-December 1947
141 Navy Department. September 1946-June 1947
141 Navy Department. July-December 1947
141 Navy Department - Ft. Lauderdale NAS. 1947
141 Navy Department - Jacksonville NAS. 1947
141 Navy Department - New Smyrna Beach. 1946-1947
141 Navy Department - Opa Locka NAS. 1946-1947
141 Navy Department - Roebling Alligator Medal of Merit. 1944-1947
141 Navy Department - Ships Service Stores. 1946-1947
141 Interior Department. 1946-1947
141 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1947
142 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1947
142 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service - Dead Fish. 1947
142 Agriculture Department. September 1946-April 1947
142 Agriculture Department. May-December 1947
142 Agriculture Department - Banana Import Matter. 1947
142 Agriculture Department - Fertilizer Problems (Nitrogen, Potash, Ammonium Nitrate). 1946-1947
142 Agriculture Department - Migratory Labor. 1947
142 Agriculture Department - Potato Problems. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Sugar Rationing. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Surplus Citrus Foods for Foreign Relief. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Tobacco Problems. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine (Pests). 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1947
143 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1947
143 Commerce Department. 1947
143 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1946-1947
143 Commerce Department - Bureau of the Census. 1946-1947
143 Commerce Department - Weather Bureau. 1946-1947
143 Labor Department. 1947
143 Labor Department - Strikes. 1946-1947
143 Labor Department - Wage Stabilization Board (Hilker/McHenry). 1946-1947
143 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1947
143 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1947
143 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Board. 1946-1947
144 Federal Works Agency. September 1946-July 1947
144 Federal Works Agency. August-December 1947
144 Federal Works Agency - Floating Power Unit, Jacksonville (Geo. A. Pierce). 1947
144 Federal Works Agency - Hurricane. 1947-1948
144 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1947
144 Federal Communications Commission. September 1946-June 1947
144 Federal Communications Commission. July-December 1947
144 Federal Power Commission. 1947
144 Federal Reserve System. 1947
145 Interstate Commerce Commission. September 1946-June 1947
145 Interstate Commerce Commission. July-December 1947
145 Interstate Commerce Commission - Florida East Coast Railway. 1945-1947
145 Tennessee Valley Authority. 1947
145 Maritime Commission. 1946-1947
145 Veterans Administration. March 1946-March 1947
145 Veterans Administration. April-July 1947
145 Veterans Administration. August-December 1947
145 Veterans Administration - Veterans Hospitals (Pensacola). 1947
145 Veterans Administration - Veterans Hospitals (Tallahassee). 1947
146 Civil Aeronautics Board. 1946-1947
146 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Airlines (Application for Pensacola Stop). 1947
146 National Defense Agencies - Civilian Production Administration. 1946
146 National Defense Agencies - Civilian Production Administration - University of Florida Gymnasium/Auditorium. 1946
146 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration. July-December 1947
146 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration - Meat and Slaughtering. 1946
146 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration - Rent Problems. 1946-1947
146 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration - Seminole Rock and Sand. 1944-1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration - Sugar for Canning Tangerine Juice. 1946
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Price Administration - Sugar (Miscellaneous). 1946-1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Temporary Controls. January-March 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Temporary Controls. April-May 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Temporary Controls - Sugar Problems. 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of Defense Transportation. 1946-1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor. September 1946-July 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor. August-December 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Florida Industrial Commission Building. 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Florida Supreme Court Building. 1947
147 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Livestock Pavilions (Quincy, Bartow). 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Miami Area Proposed Rent Decontrol. 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Rent Control Problems. January-April 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Rent Control Problems. May-July 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Rent Control Problems. August-December 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. September 1946-February 1947
148 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. March-June 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. July-December 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Apalachicola Army Air Field. 1946-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Buckingham Army Air Field, Ft. Myers. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Camp Blanding, Starke. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Camp Gordon Johnston, Carrabelle. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Camp Murphy, Hobe Sound. 1946-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Cedar Key Air Base. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Chapman Field, Miami. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Dale Mabry Army Air Field, Tallahassee. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Davies, J. Frank (WAA Difficulty). 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Daytona Beach Naval Air Station (NAS). 1946-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - DeLand Naval Air Station. 1946-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Drane Field, Lakeland. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Drew Field, Tampa. 1946-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Floating Power Plant Inductance, Jacksonville (Geo. Pierce). 1945-1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Hendricks Army Air Field, Sebring. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Highland Lake Hotel Property, Avon Park. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Homestead Air Base. 1947
149 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Investigation of WAA Offices, Jacksonville and Miami. 1946-1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Kissimmee Army Air Field. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Lake City Naval Air Station. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Marianna Army Air Field. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Melbourne Naval Air Station. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Miami Army Air Base. 1946-1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - New Smyrna Beach Auxiliary Field. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Pinellas Army Air Field and County Airport. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Riddle Field, Clewiston. 1946-1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Sanford Naval Air Station. 1946-1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Sarasota-Bradenton Airport. 1946-1948
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - U.S. Naval Live Oak Reservation Boy Scouts. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Vero Beach Naval Air Station. 1947
150 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Welsch Convalescent Hospital, Daytona Beach. 1947
150 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1947
150 Housing and Home Finance Agency - NHA Veterans Housing. 1946-1947
150 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. 1946-1947
150 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration. 1946-1947
150 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration - Poinciana Place Housing Project, Key West. 1947
151 Miscellaneous - A. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - B. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - C. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - D. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - Davis, C. McD. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - E. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - F. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - G. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - H. 1946-1947
151 Miscellaneous - I. 1947
151 Miscellaneous - J. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - K. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - L. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - M. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - Mc. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - N. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - O. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - P. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - R. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - S. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - T. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - U. 1947
152 Miscellaneous - V. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - W. 1946-1947
152 Miscellaneous - X-Y-Z. 1946-1947
153 State Administrative Matters. 1946-1947
153 State Welfare Board. 1947
153 Rules Committee - General. 1947
153 District of Columbia Committee - General. 1947
153 District of Columbia Committee - Gasoline Tax. 1947
153 District of Columbia Committee - Home Rule. 1947
153 District of Columbia Committee - Income Tax. 1947
153 District of Columbia Committee - School Teachers Pay (S. 1346). 1947
153 Small Business Special Committee - General. 1947
153 Small Business Special Committee - Newsprint. 1946-1947
153 Small Business Special Committee - Steel. 1947
153 Miscellaneous. September 1946-February 1947
154 Miscellaneous. March-July 1947
154 Miscellaneous. August-December 1947
154 Miscellaneous - Seating of Senator Bilbo. 1946-1947
154 Appointments - General. 1946-1947
154 Appointments - Farmers Home Administration. 1946-1947
154 Appointments - Federal Housing Administration (Jacksonville Office). 1946-1947
154 Appointments - Federal Housing Administration (Miami Office). 1946-1947
154 Appointments - U.S. Attorneys. 1946-1947
155 Atomic Energy Commission - Lilienthal Appointment. 1947
155 Foreign Policy. 1946-1947
155 Foreign Policy - Italian Peace Treaty. 1947
155 Foreign Policy - Marshall Plan (Aid to Europe). 1947
155 Foreign Policy - Palestine. 1946-1947
155 Foreign Policy - United Nations Organization. 1946-1947
155 Legislation - Agricultural Adjustment Act Amendment (HR 452, PL 305). 1947
155 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverage. 1947
156 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverage Advertising (S. 265). 1947
156 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture (HR 3601, PL 266). 1947
156 Legislation - Appropriations - Armed Forces. 1947
156 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior (HR 3123, PL 247). 1947
156 Legislation - Appropriations - School Lunch (HR 2849, PL 46). 1947
156 Legislation - Appropriations - School Lunch (HR 2849, PL 46). 1947
156 Legislation - Armed Forces, Merging of (S. 758, PL 253). 1946-1947
156 Legislation - Army Promotion Bill (HR 3830, PL 381). 1947
157 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Act (S. 637, HR 4127). 1947
157 Legislation - Communism. 1946-1947
157 Legislation - Copper, to Suspend Certain Taxes on (HR 2404, PL 42). 1947
157 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to (S. 472, S. 971). 1946-1947
158 Legislation - Equal Rights Amendment. 1947
158 Legislation - Fair Employment Practices (S. 984). 1947
158 Legislation - Fair Credit Act of 1933, Amendments (HR 2415). 1947
158 Legislation - Federal Unemployment Tax Act (HR 80). 1947
158 Legislation - Firearms - Registration, etc. (S. 332). 1947
158 Legislation - Foreign Relief, Countries Devastated by War (HJ Res. 153, PL 84). 1947
158 Legislation - Foreign Relief, Greece and Turkey (S. 938, PL 75). 1947
158 Legislation - Foreign Relief, Greece and Turkey (S. 938, PL 75). 1947
158 Legislation - Housing (Regarding Title VI of NHA Regulations) (S. 1770). 1947
158 Legislation - Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1947
158 Legislation - Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1947
158 Legislation - Housing, to Establish National Policy. 1946-1947
159 Legislation - High Cost of Living and Food Situation. 1947
159 Legislation - Immigration and Naturalization. 1946-1947
159 Legislation - Interstate Commerce Act (Reed-Bulwinkle Bill S.110). 1947
159 Legislation - Interim Aid for Europe Appropriation Bill (S. 1774, HR 4748). 1946-1947
159 Legislation - Labor Committee Hearings. 1947
159 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
159 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
159 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
160 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1947
161 Legislation - Labor (HR 3020, PL 101). 1946
161 Legislation - Miami Airport, Appropriation for Additional Personnel. 1946-1947
161 Legislation - Military Training. 1946-1947
161 Legislation - Military Training. 1947
161 Legislation - Military Training. 1947
162 Legislation - National Health Legislation (Socialized Medicine, Child Care, etc.) (S. 545). 1946-1947
162 Legislation - National Science Foundation (S. 526). 1947
162 Legislation - Office of Price Administration and Citizens Production Administration, Opinions on Abolishment of (Complaints regarding Government Controls). 1947
162 Legislation - Pan-American Overseas Highway (Old File). 1944-1945
162 Legislation - Portal to Portal Pay (HR 2157, S. 70, PL 49). 1947
162 Legislation - Postal Rate Increases (S. 43, HR 2408). 1947
162 Legislation - Prisoners - Americans Held by Japanese (S. 172, HR 1823). 1947
162 Legislation - Racial Problems. 1946-1947
162 Legislation - Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
162 Legislation - Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
163 Legislation - Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance (S. 670). 1947
163 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade Program (Tariff Hearings). 1946-1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1946-1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Rent Control. 1947
163 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 2. 1947
163 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 3. 1947
164 Legislation - Reserve Officers Legislation. 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Rural Electrification Administration (Opinions on Continuation of Program). 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Social Security and Old Age Benefits (S. 141). 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Sugar Rationing (S. 869, S.J. Res. 58). 1947
164 Legislation - Taxes. 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Taxes, Community Property (HR 2724, S. 626). 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Taxes, Excise Tax on Luxuries (HR 1030, PL 17). 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1946-1947
164 Legislation - Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
164 Legislation - Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
165 Legislation - Taxes, Income Tax Reductions (HR 1). 1947
165 Legislation - Taxes, Income Tax - Exemptions for Pensioners (HR 1613). 1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1946-1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - On-the-Job Training, Increased Subsistence, etc. 1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - Spanish American War and Civil War. 1947
165 Legislation - Veterans - Spanish American War and Civil War. 1947
165 Legislation - Water Pollution Control (S. 418 - Barkley, Taft). 1947

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.


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166 President. 1948
166 State Department. January-April 1948
166 State Department. May-December 1948
166 State Department. July 1948
166 State Department - Displaced Persons Commission. 1948
166 Treasury Department. 1948
166 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. January-April 1948
166 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. May-December 1948
166 War Department - Army. January-March 1948
166 War Department - Army. April-June 1948
166 War Department - Army. July-September 1948
167 War Department - Secretary of National Defense. 1948
167 War Department - Department of the Air Force. 1947-1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - General (Including Florida Rivers and Harbors Projects). 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Beach Erosion. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Flood Control Program, Administration of. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1948
167 War Department - Army Engineers - St. Lucie Inlet. 1947-1948
168 Justice Department - Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1948
168 Post Office Department. January-March 1948
168 Post Office Department. April-June 1948
168 Post Office Department. July-December 1948
168 Navy Department. January-April 1948
168 Navy Department. May-December 1948
168 Navy Department - Whiting Field, Near Milton. 1947-1948
168 Interior Department. 1948
168 Interior Department - Fuel Oil Shortage. 1948
169 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1948
169 Agriculture Department. January-May 1948
169 Agriculture Department. May-August 1948
169 Agriculture Department. August-December 1948
169 Agriculture Department - Citrus Problems. 1948
169 Agriculture Department - Citrus Standards. 1948
169 Agriculture Department - Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 1948
169 Agriculture Department - Forestry Service. 1948
169 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1948
169 Commerce Department. January-April 1948
170 Commerce Department. May-December 1948
170 Commerce Department - Fuel Oil Price Increase. 1948
170 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. January-March 1948
170 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. April-December 1948
170 Labor Department - Strikes. 1948
170 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1948
170 Federal Security Agency. 1948
170 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1948
170 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Board. 1948
170 Federal Works Agency. January-May 1948
170 Federal Works Agency. June-December 1948
170 Federal Works Agency - Flood Damage, Suwannee River and North Florida. 1948
170 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1948
170 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - International Trade Center at Dinner Key, Miami. 1948
170 Federal Communications Commission. 1948
171 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 1948
171 Federal Power Commission. 1948
171 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1948
171 Railroad Retirement Board. 1948
171 Economic Cooperation Administration. 1948
171 Maritime Commission. 1948
171 Veterans Administration. 1948
171 Veterans Administration - New Site for Regional Office. 1947-1948
171 Veterans Administration - Reduction in Forces and Closing of Contact Offices in Florida. 1948
171 Veterans Administration - Temporary Change in Policy Regarding Hospitalization of Mental Patients. 1948
171 Veterans Administration - Veterans Hospital (Pratt General). 1947
172 Veterans Administration - Veterans Hospital (Pratt General). 1948
172 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Airlines (Tampa Stop, San Antonio to Miami). 1948
172 Civil Aeronautics Board - Florida Airways. 1948
172 Civil Aeronautics Board - Florida Airways. 1948
172 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor. January-May 1948
172 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor. June-December 1948
172 National Defense Agencies - Office of the Housing Expeditor - Rent Control. 1947-1948
172 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. January-March 1948
172 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. April-May 1948
172 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. June-December 1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Bartow Army Air Field. 1947-1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Boca Raton Army Air Field. 1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Cleveland Blast Furnace. 1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Columbia Forestry School, Lake City. 1947-1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Hollywood Land Company (T.D. Ellis). 1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Keystone Army Air Field. 1947-1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Miami Air Depot (Transfer of Buildings). 1947-1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Nautilus Hospital, Miami Beach. 1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Panama City Wainwright Shipyard. 1947-1948
173 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Seminole Rock and Sand Company (Lands, Miami Air Depot Area). 1948
173 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. 1948
173 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration. 1948
173 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration - Highland Homes Housing Project, Sebring. 1948
174 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration - Palmetto Park Housing Project, Boca Raton (Rent Increase). 1947-1948
174 Miscellaneous - Democratic National Committee. 1946-1948
174 Miscellaneous - Democratic National Committee. June-July 1948
174 Miscellaneous - Democratic National Committee. August-December 1948
174 Miscellaneous - Everglades. 1948
174 State Administrative Matters. 1947-1948
174 State Welfare Board (A to L). 1948
174 State Welfare Board (M to Z). 1948
174 District of Columbia Committee - General. 1948
175 District of Columbia Committee - Home Rule. 1948
175 Small Business Special Committee - General. 1947-1948
175 Public Works Committee. 1947-1948
175 Appointments - General. 1947-1948
175 Appointments - U.S. Attorneys. 1948
175 Foreign Policy - Communism. 1948
175 Foreign Policy - General. 1947-1948
175 Foreign Policy - Palestine. January-April 1948
175 Foreign Policy - Palestine. May-December 1948
176 Holland Legislation - S.J. Res. 191 (Regional Education). 1947-1948
176 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1948
176 Holland Legislation - S. 2467 (Amend Interstate Commerce Act, Black Market Transportation Tickets). 1948-1949
176 Legislation - Agricultural Act of 1948 (Aiken). January-April 1948
176 Legislation - Agricultural Act of 1948 (Aiken). May-December 1948
176 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverage. 1948
176 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture Department (HR 5883). 1948
176 Legislation - Appropriations - Civil Functions - Army (HR 5524). 1948
177 Legislation - Appropriations - Civil Functions - Data Used by Holland in Testimony. 1948
177 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Federal Security (HR 5728). 1948
177 Legislation - Civil Rights. January-March 1948
177 Legislation - Civil Rights. April-July 1948
177 Legislation - Communist Party, Registration of (HR 5852 Mundt Bill). January-June 1948
177 Legislation - Communist Party, Registration of (HR 5852 Mundt Bill). June-December 1948
177 Legislation - Conservation of Natural Resources (HR4752, S. 1621). 1947-1948
177 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. 1948
178 Legislation - Equal Rights Amendment. 1948
178 Legislation - Fair Employment Practices. 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control. 1947
178 Legislation - Flood Control Hearing File. May 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. January 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. February 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. February-March 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. April 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. May-June 1948
178 Legislation - Flood Control, Permanent. July-December 1948
179 Legislation - Highway Construction, Federal Aid. 1948
179 Legislation - Housing. January-March 1948
179 Legislation - Housing. April 1948
179 Legislation - Housing. May-June 1948
179 Legislation - Housing. July-December 1948
179 Legislation - Immigration and Naturalization. 1948
179 Legislation - International Wheat Agreement. 1948
179 Legislation - Interstate Commerce Act (Reed-Bulwinkle Bill S. 110). 1948
179 Legislation - Jewish War Veterans, U.S. to Incorporate. 1948
180 Legislation - Labor (Taft-Hartley Act). 1948
180 Legislation - Labor (Wage and Hour). 1948
180 Legislation - Lynching Bill. 1948
180 Legislation - Marshall Plan. January 1948
180 Legislation - Marshall Plan. February 1948
180 Legislation - Marshall Plan. March 1948
180 Legislation - Marshall Plan. April-December 1948
180 Legislation - Marshall Plan (Citrus). 1948
180 Legislation - Military Training, Universal. 1948
181 Legislation - National Defense. January-March 1948
181 Legislation - National Defense. April 1948
181 Legislation - National Defense. April-May 1948
181 Legislation - National Defense. May-December 1948
181 Legislation - National Health Insurance. 1948
181 Legislation - Pan-American Overseas Highway. 1945-1948
181 Legislation - Poll Tax. 1948
181 Legislation - Railroad Reorganization Bill (PL 478). 1948
181 Legislation - Rent Control. January-February 1948
182 Legislation - Rent Control. March 1948
182 Legislation - Rent Control. March-December 1948
182 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 1. January-March 1948
182 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 1. March-May 1948
182 Legislation - Social Security Coverage (HJR 296). 1948
182 Legislation - Statehood for Hawaii. 1948
182 Legislation - Surplus Property Act. 1948
182 Legislation - Taxes - Exemptions for Pensioners. 1948
182 Legislation - Taxes - Income Tax Reductions. January-February 1948
182 Legislation - Taxes - Income Tax Reductions. March-December 1948
183 Legislation - Taxes - Oleo Margarine. January-April 1948
183 Legislation - Taxes - Oleo Margarine. May-December 1948
183 Legislation - Trading with the Enemy Act. 1948
183 Legislation - United Nations Charter. 1948
183 Legislation - Veterans. 1948
183 Legislation - Veterans - Flight Training. 1948
183 Legislation - Veterans - Housing. 1948
183 Legislation - Veterans - Increase in Pensions. 1948

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).


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184 President. 1948-1949
184 State Department. January-May 1949
184 State Department. June-December 1949
184 State Department - Canadian Embargo on Fruits, etc. 1948-1949
184 State Department - Cardinal Mindszenty. 1948-1949
184 State Department - Displaced Persons. 1948-1949
184 Treasury Department. 1949
184 Treasury Department - Bureau of Customs. 1948-1949
184 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. January-May 1949
184 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. June-September 1949
185 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. October-December 1949
185 Army Department. January-May 1949
185 Army Department. June-August 1949
185 Army Department. September-December 1949
185 Secretary of National Defense. 1949
185 Department of the Air Force. January-April 1949
185 Department of the Air Force. May-July 1949
185 Department of the Air Force. August-September 1949
185 Department of the Air Force - Bombing Target Zones, Crystal River. 1949
185 Army Engineers - General. 1949
185 Army Engineers - Eradication of Water Hyacinths. 1949
186 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1949
186 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Bay Harbor. 1947-1949
186 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1949
186 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1949
186 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - St. Andrews Bay, Panama City. 1948-1949
186 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1949
186 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1949
186 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - St. Augustine Harbor. 1947-1949
186 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Sumter County Flood. 1949
186 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1949
186 Justice Department. 1949
186 Justice Department - Florida National Banks et al. (Anti-Trust Investigation). 1949
186 Justice Department - Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1949
186 Justice Department - Immigration and Naturalization. 1948-1949
187 Navy Department. January-July 1949
187 Navy Department. August-September 1949
187 Navy Department. October-December 1949
187 Navy Department - Banana River Naval Air Station (NAS). 1947-1949
187 Navy Department - Naval Expansion Program. 1948-1949
187 Interior Department. 1948-1949
187 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1948-1949
187 Agriculture Department. January-April 1949
187 Agriculture Department. May-July 1949
188 Agriculture Department. August-September 1949
188 Agriculture Department. October-November 1949
188 Agriculture Department. December 1949
188 Agriculture Department - Citrus Problems. 1948-1949
188 Agriculture Department - Florida Citrus Mutual. 1948-1949
188 Agriculture Department - Naval Stores (Price Support). 1949
188 Agriculture Department - Phosphate Industry. 1949
188 Agriculture Department - Swan Island Quarantine (Foot and Mouth Disease). 1948-1949
188 Agriculture Department - Tobacco Matters. 1949
188 Agriculture Department - Tung Oil Industry, Florida. 1948-1949
189 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1949
189 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration - Seminole Electric Cooperative. 1948-1949
189 Commerce Department. 1948-1949
189 Commerce Department - Weather Bureau. 1949
189 Labor Department - Strikes (Steel and Coal). 1949
189 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1949
189 Federal Security Agency. 1948-1949
189 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1949
189 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Administration. 1948-1949
189 Federal Works Agency. 1948-1949
190 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-June 1949
190 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. July-September 1949
190 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. October-December 1949
190 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Homosassa Special Water District (Zewadski et al.). 1949
190 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Santa Rosa Island Authority. 1948-1949
190 Federal Communications Commission. June-December 1949
190 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1948-1949
190 Economic Cooperation Administration. 1948-1949
191 Tariff Commission - Sponge File. 1949
191 Veterans Administration. January-April 1949
191 Veterans Administration. May-July 1949
191 Veterans Administration. August 1949
191 Veterans Administration. September-December 1949
191 Veterans Administration - General VA Instruction (Veterans Training Program). 1949
191 Civil Aeronautics Board. 1948-1949
191 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Airlines. 1949-1950
191 Civil Aeronautics Board - Florida Airways. 1949
191 Office of the Housing Expeditor. 1948-1949
191 Office of the Housing Expeditor - Rent Control, Miami Area. 1948-1949
192 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration. 1949
192 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Al Lodwick Case. 1948-1949
192 National Defense Agencies - War Assets Administration - Buckingham Army Air Field, Edison College, Ft. Myers. 1948-1949
192 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. January-June 1949
192 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. July-December 1949
192 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration - Housing, Eglin Field. 1949
193 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration - Housing Project, Daytona Beach. 1949
193 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration. 1949
193 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration - Rockledge Housing Project. 1949
193 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Home Loan Bank Administration. 1948-1949
193 State Administrative Matters. January-July 1949
193 State Administrative Matters. August-September 1949
193 State Administrative Matters. October-December 1949
193 State Administrative Matters - Dental School for Florida. 1949
193 State Administrative Matters - Hurricane. 1949
193 Agriculture Committee. 1949
193 Agriculture Committee - Sen. Gillette's Subcommittee (SJ Res. 36). 1949
193 Small Business Special Committee - General. 1949
194 Public Works Committee. 1949
194 Public Works Committee Miscellaneous. 1949
194 Senate Miscellaneous. 1949
194 Appointments - Federal Judge, Roving. 1949
194 Appointments - Federal Judgeship, Dade County. 1949
194 Atomic Energy Commission. 1949
194 Atomic Energy Commission - Lilienthal (Complaints About, Regarding Scholarships to Communists). 1949
194 Foreign Policy - Communism. 1948-1949
194 Foreign Policy - De-Nazification Program (Nazi Party in Germany). 1948-1949
194 Foreign Policy - General. 1948-1949
194 Foreign Policy - Palestine. 1949
194 Foreign Policy - Socialism. 1949
194 Foreign Policy - Spain. 1949
195 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. 1949
195 Holland Legislation - S. 58 (Small Business Committee). 1948-1949
195 Holland Legislation - S. 1104 (Amendment, Rivers and Harbors Act of 1948). 1949
195 Holland Legislation - SJ Res. 191 (Regional Education). 1949
195 Holland Legislation - S. 249 (Repeal Taft-Hartley Law, Regarding Injunction and Seizure). 1949
195 Holland Legislation - S. 2173, S. 1464 (Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act (Marketing Agreements). 1949
195 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1949
195 Holland Legislation - Jose Marti Monument, Ybor City. 1949
195 Holland Legislation - Amend Sherman and Clayton Act (Regarding Limitations). 1948-1949
195 Legislation - Agriculture Act. January-July 1949
195 Legislation - Agriculture Act of 1949 (Anderson). October 1949
195 Legislation - Agriculture Act of 1949 (Anderson Subcommittee). 1949
196 Legislation - Agriculture, Brannan Plan. 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture (HR 3997). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Civil Functions (HR 3734). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid (HR 4830). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Independent Offices - Maritime School in St. Petersburg (HR 4177). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Independent Offices - Maritime School in St. Petersburg. 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior (HR 3838). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor and Federal Security (HR 3333). 1949
196 Legislation - Appropriations - National Military Establishment (HR 4146). 1949
196 Legislation - Armed Services. January-July 1949
196 Legislation - Armed Services. August-October 1949
197 Legislation - Basing Point System. 1949
197 Legislation - China, Aid to. 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Lynching. 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Miscellaneous. January-February 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Miscellaneous. March-May 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Miscellaneous. June-July 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Miscellaneous. August-December 1949
197 Legislation - Civil Rights Program - Poll Tax. 1949
197 Legislation - Copper. 1949
197 Legislation - Displaced Persons Act. 1949
197 Legislation - District Home Rule. 1949
197 Legislation - Economic Stability Act (Spence Bill, HR 2756). 1949
197 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. January-March 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. April-May 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. May-June 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. July 1949
198 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. August 1949
198 Legislation - Educational Finance Act (Construction of Facilities). 1949
198 Legislation - Equal Rights Amendment. 1949
198 Legislation - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC Assessment Rates, etc.). 1949
198 Legislation - Flood Control. January-March 1949
199 Legislation - Flood Control. April-May 1949
199 Legislation - Flood Control. June-August 1949
199 Legislation - Flood Control. September-December 1949
199 Legislation - Forest Fire Control. January-July 1949
199 Legislation - Forest Fire Control. August-September 1949
199 Legislation - Hawaii (Statehood, Labor, etc.). 1949
199 Legislation - Housing Legislation. January-March 1949
199 Legislation - Housing Legislation. April 1949
199 Legislation - Housing Legislation. May 1949
199 Legislation - Housing Legislation. June-July 1949
199 Legislation - Housing Legislation. August-September 1949
199 Legislation - Indians. 1949
199 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). January 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). January 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). February 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). March 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). April 1949
200 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). May 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). June 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). June 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). July 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). July 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). August 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Taft Hartley). September-October 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). January 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). February 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). March 1949
201 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). April 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). May 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). June-August 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). August 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). September 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour). October-November 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour - Holland Amendment Miscellaneous Material). 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour - Hotels, Holland Amendment). 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour - Laundry and Dry Cleaner, Holland Amendment). 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour - Lumber Dealers, Holland Amendment). 1949
202 Legislation - Labor Legislation (Wage and Hour - Miscellaneous, Holland Amendment). 1949
202 Legislation - Military Assistance to Free Nations. 1949
202 Legislation - National Defense. January-May 1949
202 Legislation - National Defense. June-December 1949
203 Legislation - National Defense (Universal Military Training). 1949
203 Legislation - North Atlantic Pact. January-May 1949
203 Legislation - North Atlantic Pact. June 1949
203 Legislation - North Atlantic Pact. July 1949
203 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act. 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. January 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. February 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. February 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. February 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. March 1949
203 Legislation - Rent Control. March 1949
204 Legislation - Rent Control. April 1949
204 Legislation - Rent Control. May 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Act. January-February 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Act. March-May 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Act. June 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Act. July 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Act. August-September 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 1. 1949
204 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 2. 1949
205 Legislation - Rivers and Harbors Omnibus Bill. 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. January-March 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. March-April 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. April 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. April-May 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. May-June 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. June-July 1949
205 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. August 1949
205 Legislation - Social Security. January-February 1949
206 Legislation - Social Security. March-July 1949
206 Legislation - Social Security. August-September 1949
206 Legislation - St. Lawrence Seaway (Florida Issues). 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. January 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. February 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. February 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. February 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. March 1949
206 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. March-April 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. May-June 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. July 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. August 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. September 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Income. January-May 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Income. June-August 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Income. September-October 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Oleo Margarine. January-May 1949
207 Legislation - Taxes - Oleo Margarine. June-July 1949
208 Legislation - Taxes - Sales and Use, Cigarettes (HR 195 Jenkins Bill). 1949
208 Legislation - United Nations. 1949
208 Legislation - United Nations (Human Rights). 1949
208 Legislation - United World Federalists. 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans. 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans - Flight Training. 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans - G.I. Training (S. 2596). 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans - Pension Increase. 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans - Preference. 1949
208 Legislation - Veterans - Rankin Pension Bill (Bonus Bill). 1949

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).


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209 President. 1950
209 State Department. January-May 1950
209 State Department. June-July 1950
209 State Department. August-September 1950
209 State Department. October-November 1950
209 State Department. December 1950
209 State Department - Alger Hiss. 1950
209 State Department - Arming of Arab States by England. 1950
209 State Department - Four Point Program. 1950
209 Army Department. January-June 1950
209 Army Department. July-August 1950
210 Army Department. September-December 1950
210 Army Department - Defense Procurement. January-October 1950
210 Army Department - Defense Procurement. November-December 1950
210 Army Department - Korea. July 1950
210 Army Department - Korea. August 1950
210 Army Department - Korea. August 1950
210 Army Department - Korea. September-November 1950
210 Army Department - Korea. December 1950
211 Army Department - Korea. December 1950
211 Army Department - War Mobilization. 1950
211 Department of the Air Force. January-June 1950
211 Department of the Air Force. July-August 1950
211 Department of the Air Force. September-December 1950
211 Department of the Air Force - Academy Site, Miscellaneous Towns. 1950
211 Department of the Air Force - Academy Site, Orlando. 1950
211 Department of the Air Force - Joint Long Range Proving Ground (Condemnation Proceedings). 1949-1950
212 Department of the Air Force - Joint Long Range Proving Ground (General). 1949-1950
212 Department of the Air Force - Orlando Air Base. 1949-1950
212 Army Engineers - General. 1950
212 Army Engineers - Beach Erosion - General. 1950
212 Army Engineers - Beach Erosion - Jacksonville Beach. 1950
212 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1949-1950
212 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1950
212 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Caloosahatchee, Anclote, St. Marks (West Coast Inland Navigation). 1950
213 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Bay Harbor. 1950
213 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - West Coast Inland Navigation Project. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District - Horseshoe Cove Project. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District - Suwannee River Project. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Boot Key Harbor. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Everglades Channel. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Naples. 1950
213 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1950
214 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Canaveral Harbor. 1947-1950
214 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Lake Apopka. 1949-1950
214 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Lake Istokpoga (Kissimmee Valley). 1949-1950
214 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - St. Johns Rivers, Palatka to Lake Harney Project. 1947-1950
214 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1950
214 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Fisheating Creek Levee in Lakeport Area. 1950
214 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Jupiter Inlet. 1950
214 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Sebastian Inlet. 1946-1950
214 Army Engineers - Seventh Congressional District - Venice Harbor. 1950
214 Justice Department. January-August 1950
214 Justice Department. September-December 1950
215 Justice Department - A and P Tea Company (Anti-Trust Suit). 1949
215 Justice Department - A and P Tea Company (Anti-Trust Suit). 1950
215 Justice Department - J. Edgar Hoover. 1950
215 Justice Department - U.S. Courts. 1950
215 Navy Department. January-June 1950
215 Navy Department. July-August 1950
215 Navy Department. August-September 1950
215 Navy Department. October-December 1950
215 Marine Corps. 1950
215 Interior Department. 1950
216 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1950
216 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management - Melbourne and Titusville Beach (Max Brewer). 1949-1950
216 Agriculture Department. January-March 1950
216 Agriculture Department. April-June 1950
216 Agriculture Department. July-September 1950
216 Agriculture Department. October-December 1950
216 Agriculture Department - Citrus Blackfly and Mexican Fruitfly. 1949-1950
216 Agriculture Department - Citrus Problems. 1950
216 Agriculture Department - Florida Citrus Mutual. 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Foot and Mouth Disease. January-February 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Foot and Mouth Disease. March-December 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Potatoes. January-February 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Potatoes. March-December 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Sugar. 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Tung Oil. 1950
217 Agriculture Department - USDA Sub-Tropical Fruit Station, Orlando. 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1949-1950
217 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration - Successor to Texada (Shaddick and Others). 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration - Successor to Texada (David). 1950
217 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration - Successor to Texada (Roberts). 1950
218 Commerce Department. January-August 1950
218 Commerce Department. September-December 1950
218 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. 1950
218 Labor Department. 1950
218 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency - Mid-Century White House Conference of Children and Youth. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service - Hospital Construction Funds. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service - Pensacola Quarantine Station. 1950
218 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Administration. 1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-May 1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. June-August 1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. September-December 1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Cedar Key Dock and Basin Project. 1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - City of Sanford. 1949-1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Florida Ramie Products. 1947-1950
219 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Pasco Packing Company. 1947-1950
219 Federal Communications Commission. 1950
219 Federal Communications Commission - Interference of Cuban Stations. 1949-1950
220 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1949-1950
220 Interstate Commerce Commission - Frozen Citrus Concentrate (Transportation Permit). 1949-1950
220 Interstate Commerce Commission - Railway Express Rate Increase. 1949
220 Interstate Commerce Commission - Railway Express Rate Increase. 1950
220 National Mediation Board (Railroad Strikes). 1950
220 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, General). 1950
220 Maritime Commission - John Banvard (Sunken Vessel). 1949-1950
220 Maritime Commission - Training School, St. Petersburg. 1950
220 Maritime Commission - P and O and Gulf Atlantic Steamship Company (Wahl). 1948-1950
220 Veterans Administration. January-May 1950
221 Veterans Administration. June-September 1950
221 Veterans Administration. October-December 1950
221 Veterans Administration - Cutback in VA Hospital Facilities (Jacksonville Naval and Other Hospitals). 1949-1950
221 Veterans Administration - Protest from Veterans Regarding Rumored Change in Vocational School Week. 1950
221 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. January-April 1950
221 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. May-July 1950
221 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration. August-December 1950
221 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Federal Housing Administration - Pine View Heights ("Colored Subdivision Near Jacksonville"). 1950
221 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Public Housing Administration. 1950
222 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. 1950
222 Miscellaneous - Everglades. 1949-1950
222 State Administrative Matters. January-May 1950
222 State Administrative Matters. June-October 1950
222 State Administrative Matters. November-December 1950
222 State Administrative Matters - Crime Investigation (Kefauver). January-June 1950
222 State Administrative Matters - Crime Investigation (Kefauver). July-December 1950
222 State Administrative Matters - Hurricane. 1950
222 State Welfare Board. 1949-1950
222 Agriculture Committee. 1950
222 Small Business Special Committee. January-September 1950
223 Small Business Special Committee. October-December 1950
223 Sesquicentennial Commission. 1950
223 Appointments - U.S. Attorney (Recorded). 1949-1950
223 Appointments - U.S. Circuit Judge (Louie Strum, 5th Circuit). 1950
223 Appointments - U.S. Marshal (Chas. Guyton). 1950
223 Appointments - U.S. Marshal (Leland Thomas). 1950
223 Appointments - Vatican. 1950
223 War Claims Commission. 1950
223 Selective Service System. 1950
223 Holland Legislation - P.L. 31 - Tidelands. 1950
223 Holland Legislation - S.J. Res. 191 - Regional Education. 1950
224 Legislation - Agriculture. January-March 1950
224 Legislation - Agriculture. April-May 1950
224 Legislation - Agriculture. October-December 1950
224 Legislation - Alaska. 1950
224 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverages. 1950
224 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverages. June-December 1950
224 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1950
224 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture (Mosquito and Sandfly). 1950
224 Legislation - Appropriations - Civil Functions. 1950
224 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor and FSA. 1950
224 Legislation - Armed Services. January-August 1950
225 Legislation - Armed Services. September-December 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). January-February 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). March-May 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). June-December 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - General. January-April 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - General. May-December 1950
225 Legislation - Civil Rights - Poll Tax. 1950
225 Legislation - Colorado River Controversy. 1950
225 Legislation - Commodity Credit Corporation. 1950
225 Legislation - Defense Production Act. 1950
225 Legislation - Defense Production Act (Title IV). January-July 1950
225 Legislation - Defense Production Act (Title IV). August-December 1950
226 Legislation - Displaced Persons. January-March 1950
226 Legislation - Displaced Persons. March 1950
226 Legislation - Displaced Persons. April-December 1950
226 Legislation - Draft. 1950
226 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. January 1950
226 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. February 1950
226 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. March-December 1950
226 Legislation - Educational Finance Act. 1950
226 Legislation - Equal Rights Amendment. 1950
226 Legislation - Flood Control. January-March 1950
226 Legislation - Flood Control. April-May 1950
226 Legislation - Flood Control. June-December 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - China. January-June 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - China. July-December 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. January-April 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. April-May 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. June-July 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. July 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. August 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. September-December 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism (McCarthy Charges). 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - General. January-June 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - General. July-December 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Socialism. 1950
227 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Spain. 1950
228 Legislation - Forestry. 1950
228 Legislation - Fort Caroline (HR 7709). 1950
228 Legislation - Four Point Program. 1950
228 Legislation - Government Expenditures. January-March 1950
228 Legislation - Government Expenditures. April-May 1950
228 Legislation - Government Expenditures. June-December 1950
228 Legislation - Handicapped People. 1950
228 Legislation - Hawaii Statehood. 1950
228 Legislation - Housing. January-February 1950
229 Legislation - Housing. March 1950
229 Legislation - Housing. April-December 1950
229 Legislation - Indians. 1950
229 Legislation - Key Deer. January-April 1950
229 Legislation - Key Deer. May-December 1950
229 Legislation - Labor. 1950
229 Legislation - Labor (Anti-Trust). 1950
229 Legislation - Labor (Wage and Hour). 1950
229 Legislation - Merger (Anti-) Bill. 1950
229 Legislation - Military Public Works (S. 2440, Including Housing). 1950
229 Legislation - National Defense. January-August 1950
229 Legislation - National Defense. September-December 1950
230 Legislation - National Defense (Universal Military Training). 1950
230 Legislation - Peanuts. 1949-1950
230 Legislation - Peanuts. 1950
230 Legislation - Postage Rate Increase. March-April 1950
230 Legislation - Postage Rate Increase. May-December 1950
230 Legislation - Price Control. January-August 1950
230 Legislation - Price Control. August 1950
230 Legislation - Price Control. September-December 1950
230 Legislation - Railroad Communications Systems. 1950
231 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. January-June 1950
231 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. July-August 1950
231 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. September-November 1950
231 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. November-December 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization (General). January 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization (General). February-March 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization (General). April-May 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization (General). May-December 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 1. 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 7. 1950
231 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 12. January-April 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 12. May-December 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 21. 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 22-24. 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization Plan Number 27. 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization - Veterans. January-February 1950
232 Legislation - Reorganization - Veterans. March-December 1950
232 Legislation - Road Construction (Federal Aid). 1950
232 Legislation - Social Security. January-February 1950
232 Legislation - Social Security. February-March 1950
232 Legislation - Social Security. April-May 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security. May-June 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security. June 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security. June-July 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security. August-December 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security - Employee Definition. January-February 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security - Employee Definition. February-December 1950
233 Legislation - Social Security - Public Employee. 1950
233 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. January-February 1950
234 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. March 1950
234 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. April-December 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. January 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. February 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. March-April 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. April-May 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. May-June 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. June-July 1950
234 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. July-December 1950
235 Legislation - United Nations - General. 1950
235 Legislation - United Nations - Human Rights. 1950
235 Legislation - United World Federalists. January-June 1950
235 Legislation - United World Federalists. July-December 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. January-April 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. May 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. June 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. July 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. August 1950
235 Legislation - Veterans. September 1950
235 Legislation - Welfare State. 1950

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.


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236 President. 1951
236 State Department. January-March 1951
236 State Department. April-July 1951
236 State Department. August-December 1951
236 State Department - Acheson. 1951
236 State Department - North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement (NARBA Treaty). 1951
236 State Department - Pan American League, International. 1951
236 State Department - Wheat to India. January-February 1951
236 State Department - Wheat to India. March-April 1951
236 State Department - Wheat to India. April 1951
236 State Department - Wheat to India. May-December 1951
237 Treasury Department. 1951
237 Treasury Department - Coast Guard. 1951
237 Army Department. January-February 1951
237 Army Department. February-March 1951
237 Army Department. April-May 1951
237 Army Department. June 1951
237 Army Department. July 1951
237 Army Department. August-September 1951
237 Army Department. November-December 1951
238 Defense Department. January-February 1951
238 Defense Department. March-June 1951
238 Defense Department. July-December 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. January-February 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. February 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. February-March 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. March 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. April-July 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. August-September 1951
238 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. October-December 1951
239 Defense Department - Hoover's Speech. 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. January 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. January 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. January-February 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. March 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. April 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. May-June 1951
239 Defense Department - International Crisis. June-September 1951
240 Defense Department - International Crisis. October-December 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. January-April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. April 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. May 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. May 1951
240 Defense Department - MacArthur, General Douglas. May-December 1951
241 Air Force. April-June 1951
241 Air Force. July-September 1951
241 Air Force. October-December 1951
241 Air Force - Airfields A-L. 1951
241 Air Force - Airfields M-Z. 1951
241 Air Force - Avon Park Bombing Range. 1947-1951
241 Air Force - Joint Long Range Proving Ground (General). 1951
241 Air Force - Marianna Contract Flying School. 1951
241 Air Force - Miami International Airport. 1951
241 Air Force - Morrison Field. January-February 1951
241 Air Force - Morrison Field. March-December 1951
241 Air Force - Orlando Air Base. 1951
241 Air Force - Pinecastle Air Base. 1951
242 Army Engineers - General. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Flood Control. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1951
242 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Jim Woodruff Dam. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Jetty Across Key West Harbor. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Lake Apopka. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1951
242 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Estero Island (Matanzas Pass) Channel to Ft. Myers Beach. 1950-1951
243 Justice Department. January-April 1951
243 Justice Department. May-December 1951
243 Justice Department - U.S. Courts. 1951
243 Post Office Department. January-May 1951
243 Post Office Department. June-September 1951
243 Post Office Department. October-December 1951
243 Navy Department. January-March 1951
243 Navy Department. April-May 1951
243 Navy Department. June-July 1951
244 Navy Department. August-September 1951
244 Navy Department. September-October 1951
244 Navy Department. October-December 1951
244 Navy Department - Navy Bases. 1951
244 Navy Department - Sanford Naval Air Station Hospital. 1951
244 Navy Department - U.S. Marine Corps. 1951
244 Interior Department - Anclote Key Island and Chassahowitzka. 1951
245 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1951
245 Interior Department - National Park Service. 1951
245 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1951
245 Agriculture Department. January-February 1951
245 Agriculture Department. March-May 1951
245 Agriculture Department. June-September 1951
245 Agriculture Department. October-December 1951
245 Agriculture Department - Citrus Crop Insurance. 1951
245 Agriculture Department - Citrus Problems. 1951
245 Agriculture Department - Florida Citrus Mutual. 1951
245 Agriculture Department - Foot and Mouth Disease. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - South Dade Farms, Inc. (Sottile). 1951
246 Agriculture Department - Sugar. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - Tung Oil. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - USDA Sub-Tropical Fruit Station, Orlando. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1951
246 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1951
246 Commerce Department. 1951
246 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1951
246 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1951
246 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. January-February 1951
246 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. May 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. June 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. July-August 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. August-September 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. September-October 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority - Aluminum Shortage. 1951
247 Commerce Department - National Production Authority - Steel for Construction of Florida Bridges. 1951
248 Labor Department. 1951
248 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1951
248 Labor Department - Bureau of Employees Compensation. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Office of Education. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Office of Education - Brevard County Schools. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Office of Education - Okaloosa County Schools. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service - Hospital Construction Funds. 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Administration. January-June 1951
248 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Administration. July-December 1951
249 General Services Administration - Panama City Shipyard - Wainwright. 1951
249 General Services Administration - Polk County Mobile Blood Bank. 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. January-March 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. April-August 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. September-December 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Craggs Construction Company. 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Florida Chemical Lime Company. 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Investigation and Reorganization. 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Legal Representation in Florida. 1951
249 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Miami Marine Laboratory. 1951
250 Federal Communications Commission. 1951
250 Federal Communications Commission - Television - Jacksonville Area. 1951
250 Federal Communications Commission - Television - Miscellaneous. 1951
250 Federal Power Commission. 1951
250 Federal Reserve System. 1951
250 Federal Trade Commission. 1951
250 Interstate Commerce Commission - Refrigerator Car Shortage. 1951
251 National Mediation Board - Railroad Strikes. January-August 1951
251 National Mediation Board - Railroad Strikes. September-December 1951
251 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, Miscellaneous). 1951
251 Maritime Commission. 1951
251 Tariff Commission. 1951
251 Veterans Administration. January-May 1951
251 Veterans Administration. June-August 1951
251 Veterans Administration. September-December 1951
251 Veterans Administration - Hurricane Damage, G.I. Housing, Miami Area. 1950-1951
252 Veterans Administration - Closing VA Contact Offices in Florida. 1951
252 Veterans Administration - VA Office - Pass-a-Grille to Orlando. January-July 1951
252 Veterans Administration - VA Office - Pass-a-Grille to Orlando. July-December 1951
252 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Air Lines. January-March 1951
252 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Air Lines. April-December 1951
252 Economic Stabilization Agency. 1951
252 Office of Price Stabilization. January-February 1951
252 Office of Price Stabilization. March-May 1951
252 Office of Price Stabilization. June-July 1951
253 Office of Price Stabilization. August-December 1951
253 Wage Stabilization Board. 1951
253 Defense Production Administration - City of Jacksonville. 1951
253 Defense Production Administration - Critical Defense Areas. 1951
253 Federal Housing Administration. 1951
253 Federal Housing Administration - Eglin Field. 1950-1951
254 Federal Housing Administration - Miami Apartment House Owners Distress. 1951
254 Public Housing Administration. 1951
254 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. 1951
254 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1951
254 Miscellaneous - Everglades. 1951
254 State Administrative Matters. January-April 1951
254 State Administrative Matters. May-August 1951
254 State Administrative Matters. September-December 1951
255 State Administrative Matters - Crime Investigation (Kefauver). January-March 1951
255 State Administrative Matters - Crime Investigation (Kefauver). March-April 1951
255 State Administrative Matters - Crime Investigation (Kefauver). May-December 1951
255 Agriculture Committee. 1951
255 Agriculture Committee - Gillette Subcommittee. 1951
255 Small Business Committee. January-March 1951
255 Small Business Committee. April-May 1951
255 Small Business Committee. June-December 1951
256 Sesquicentennial Commission. 1951
256 Public Works Committee. 1951
256 Steering Committee. 1951
256 Appointments - Bowles and Jessup. 1951
256 Appointments - Under Secretary of the Navy. 1951
256 Appointments - U.S. Attorney, Assistant. 1951
256 Appointments - U.S. District Judge, Florida. 1951
256 Appointments - U.S. Marshal, Northern District (Williams). 1951
256 Appointments - U.S. Marshal, Southern District. 1951
256 Selective Service System. 1951
257 Holland Legislation - PL 31 - Tidelands. 1951
257 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1951
257 Holland Legislation - S. Con. Res. 31 - Communist China, Embargo on Arms to (Smathers, Ferguson). 1951
257 Holland Legislation - S. 247 - Permit Retired Officers to Act as Agents or Attorneys. 1951
257 Holland Legislation - S. 557 - Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Holland and Smathers). 1947-1951
257 Holland Legislation - S. 671 (HR 2176) - Relief of Ft. Pierce Port District. 1947-1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 766 - Kenaf and Ramie (Holland and Smathers). January-June 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 766 - Kenaf and Ramie (Holland and Smathers). July-December 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 1079 - Santa Rosa Island, Port (Holland and Smathers, HR 2323 - Sikes). 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 1586 - Korean Students (Holland, Wherry). 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 1767 - Amend Fair Labor Standards Act (Agriculture Definition). 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 1770 - Amend Administration Procedure Act. 1951
258 Holland Legislation - S. 2047 - Blackwater River State Forest. 1951-1952
258 Holland Legislation - HR 2416 Amendment (McFarland, Holland, et al.), Benefits, Aged, Blind, Dependent Children. 1951
258 Holland Legislation - HR 6140 (Sikes) - Conveyance to Gulf County of Port St. Joseph Peninsula Recreation. 1951
258 Holland Legislation - PL 126 - Audubon Centennial Year. 1950-1951
258 Holland Legislation - PL 127 - St. Augustine Lifeboat Station (Holland and Smathers). 1951
258 Holland Legislation - PL 183 - Revenue Bill Amendment, Cigars. 1951
258 Holland Legislation - PL 183 - Citrus Industry, Revenue Bill Amendment. 1951
258 Holland Legislation - PL 185 - Mexico Beach Corporation. 1951-1952
259 Legislation - Agriculture - Farm Labor. 1951
259 Legislation - Agriculture - Miscellaneous. January-April 1951
259 Legislation - Agriculture - Miscellaneous. May-December 1951
259 Legislation - Agriculture - Peanuts. 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Mosquito Control. 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid. January-June 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid. July-December 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior. 1951
259 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor and FSA. 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - General. January-April 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - General. May-August 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - General. September-October 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - General. October-December 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - Troops to Europe. January-March 1951
260 Legislation - Armed Services - Troops to Europe. April-December 1951
260 Legislation - Basing Point. 1951
260 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1951
260 Legislation - Defense Production Act. January-June 1951
261 Legislation - Defense Production Act. July 1951
261 Legislation - Defense Production Act. July-December 1951
261 Legislation - District of Columbia. 1951
261 Legislation - Draft - Deferment, College Students. 1951
261 Legislation - Draft - General. 1951
261 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1951
261 Legislation - Fair Trade. 1951
261 Legislation - Flood Control. 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy. January-June 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy. July-December 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. January-April 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Communism. May-December 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Japan Peace Treaty. 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Socialism. 1951
261 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Spain. 1951
261 Legislation - Handicapped People. 1951
261 Legislation - Hawaii. 1951
261 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1951
262 Legislation - Housing. January-June 1951
262 Legislation - Housing. July-December 1951
262 Legislation - Immigration and Naturalization. 1951
262 Legislation - Indians. 1951
262 Legislation - Key Deer. 1951
262 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph. 1951
262 Legislation - National Defense - General. 1951
262 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. January-March 1951
262 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. April 1951
262 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. May-December 1951
262 Legislation - Postage Rate Increase. 1951
262 Legislation - Price Controls. 1951
262 Legislation - Public Works. 1951
262 Legislation - Public Works - Dispersal Bill. 1951
263 Legislation - Public Works - Highway Bills. 1951
263 Legislation - Public Works - St. Lawrence Seaway. 1951
263 Legislation - Railroad Retirement. 1951
263 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. 1951
263 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade Agreements. 1951
263 Legislation - Rent Control. 1951
263 Legislation - Reorganization, Department of Agriculture. 1951
263 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. 1951
263 Legislation - Social Security. 1951
263 Legislation - Social Security - Welfare Rolls. January-August 1951
264 Legislation - Social Security - Welfare Rolls. September-December 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes. January-August 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes. August-December 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Cooperatives. 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). January-September 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). September 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Cooperatives (Savings and Loan Associations). September-December 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. January-May 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. June-August 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. September-December 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Income. April-June 1951
264 Legislation - Taxes - Income. July-August 1951
265 Legislation - Taxes - Income (Withholding). 1951
265 Legislation - Taxes - Pari-Mutuel. 1951
265 Legislation - Taxes - Poll Tax. 1951
265 Legislation - Transportation Act of 1952. 1951
265 Legislation - United Nations. 1951
265 Legislation - United Nations - Human Rights. 1951
265 Legislation - United World Federalist. 1951
265 Legislation - Veterans. January-May 1951
265 Legislation - Veterans. June-December 1951
265 Legislation - Veterans - Educational Benefits. 1951
265 Legislation - Veterans - Pensions. 1951

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.


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266 President. 1952
266 State Department. January-March 1952
266 State Department. April-July 1952
266 State Department. August-December 1952
266 State Department - Displaced Persons. 1952
266 State Department - Four Point Program. 1952
266 Treasury Department. 1952
266 Treasury Department - Bureau of Customs. 1952
266 Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue. 1952
266 Treasury Department - Coast Guard. 1952
267 Defense Department. 1952
267 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. 1952
267 Defense Department - Defense Procurement (Metal Manufacturing Company). 1952
267 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1952
267 Air Force - Airfields. 1952
267 Air Force - Dale Mabry Field. 1951-1952
267 Air Force - Ft. Myers Airfield (Buckingham and Page). 1952
267 Air Force - Hendricks Field. 1952
267 Air Force - Marianna Air Base. 1952
267 Army Engineers - General. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Flood Control. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Eglin Field Contract Problem. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1952
268 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District - McGirts Creek. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Apalachicola Bay Project. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Pensacola Harbor. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Isle of Dreams Broadcasting Company. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Lake Apopka. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1952
268 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Glades County Newhall-Moore Haven Area. 1952
268 Justice Department. 1952
268 Justice Department - Citrus Concentrates, Violation of Law (Justice and Federal Trade Commission Matter). 1952
269 Post Office Department. 1952
269 Post Office Department - Winter Park Orlando Merger Protest. 1952
269 Navy Department - Bases. 1952
269 Navy Department - Marine Corps Air Station, Opa Locka. 1952
269 Interior Department. 1952
269 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1951-1952
269 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1952
269 Agriculture Department. January-March 1952
270 Agriculture Department. April-August 1952
270 Agriculture Department. September-October 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Citrus. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Citrus Marketing Agreement. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Foot and Mouth Disease. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Sansevieria. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Watermelons. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1952
270 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration - Nahunta Coop., Okefenokee Encroachment, Duval County. 1952
271 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration - Peace River Valley Coop., Kissimmee River Area. 1952
271 Commerce Department. 1952
271 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1952
271 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1952
271 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads - Relocation of Ferry Slips and State Road 101 at Mayport. 1951-1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. January-February 1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. February 1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. March 1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. April-December 1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority - Aluminum Shortage. 1952
271 Commerce Department - National Production Authority - Cement Shortage. 1952
272 Commerce Department - Office of International Trade. 1952
272 Labor Department. 1952
272 Labor Department - Violation of the Davis and Bacon Act (Firm of Maultsby and Sutton). 1951-1952
272 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1952
272 Federal Security Agency. 1952
272 Federal Security Agency - Office of Education. 1951-1952
272 Federal Security Agency - Public Health Service. 1952
272 Federal Security Agency - Social Security Administration. 1952
272 Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1952
273 Federal Power Commission. 1952
273 General Accounting Office. 1952
273 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1952
273 Library of Congress. 1952
273 National Mediation Board - Railroad Strikes. 1952
273 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (Strikes, Miscellaneous). 1952
273 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services -Steel Strike. 1952
273 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services -Western Union Strike. 1952
273 Civil Service Commission. 1952
274 Veterans Administration. January-February 1952
274 Veterans Administration. March-December 1952
274 Veterans Administration - Hospital (Gainesville and Tallahassee). 1947-1952
274 Veterans Administration - Reduction in Personnel and Beds, VA Hospital. 1952
274 Civil Aeronautics Board. 1952
274 Civil Aeronautics Board - Eastern Air Lines. 1952-1953
275 Office of Price Stabilization. January-April 1952
275 Office of Price Stabilization. May-December 1952
275 Office of Price Stabilization - Potatoes. 1951-1952
275 Office of Price Stabilization - Potatoes (Regarding May Ceiling). 1952
275 Wage Stabilization Board. 1952
275 Wage Stabilization Board - Closed Shop Issue. 1952
275 Salary Stabilization Board. 1952
276 Small Defense Plants Administration. 1952
276 Defense Materials Procurement Agency. 1952
276 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1952
276 Housing and Home Finance Agency - Sanford Water Works Expansion Program. 1952
276 Federal Housing Administration. 1952
276 Federal Housing Administration - Cocoa Beach Area. 1952
276 Public Housing Administration. 1952
276 Public Housing Administration - Chipola Junior College. 1947-1952
276 Public Housing Administration - Jacksonville Housing, Charles Commander. 1952
276 Federal Home Loan Bank. 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. January-April 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. May-July 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. July 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. August 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. September 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. October 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. November-December 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Florida Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners. 1951-1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Richard Russell. January-April 1952
277 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Richard Russell. April 1952
278 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Richard Russell. May 1952
278 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Richard Russell. June-December 1952
278 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1952
278 State Administrative Matters. January-February 1952
278 State Administrative Matters. March-July 1952
278 State Administrative Matters. August-December 1952
278 Agriculture Committee. 1952
278 Small Business Committee. 1952
279 Sesquicentennial Commission. 1952
279 Public Works Committee. 1952
279 Selective Service System. 1952
279 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1952
279 Holland Legislation - P.L. 31 - Tidelands. January-April 1952
279 Holland Legislation - P.L. 31 - Tidelands. May-June 1952
280 Holland Legislation - P.L. 31 - Tidelands. July-December 1952
280 Legislation - Agriculture. January-April 1952
280 Legislation - Agriculture. May-December 1952
280 Legislation - Agriculture - Grain Shortages. 1952
280 Legislation - Agriculture - Trade Agreements. 1952
280 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverages. 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations. 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. June-December 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid. 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior. 1952
280 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor and FSA. 1952
281 Legislation - Armed Services. June-December 1952
281 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1952
281 Legislation - Civil Rights - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1952
281 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement and Pensions. March-December 1952
281 Legislation - Constitutional Amendments. 1952
281 Legislation - Construction Contract Act. 1952
281 Legislation - Defense Production Act. 1952
281 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1952
281 Legislation - Everglades. 1952
281 Legislation - Fair Trade. January-March 1952
281 Legislation - Flood Control. January 1952
281 Legislation - Flood Control. February 1952
282 Legislation - Flood Control. March-December 1952
282 Legislation - Foreign Policy - General. 1952
282 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Japan Peace Treaty. 1952
282 Legislation - Handicapped People. 1952
282 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1952
282 Legislation - Home Owners Loan Act of 1933. 1952
282 Legislation - Housing. 1952
282 Legislation - Indians. 1952
282 Legislation - Key Deer. 1952
282 Legislation - Labor. January-May 1952
282 Legislation - Labor. June-December 1952
282 Legislation - Labor - Federal Committee on Migratory Labor. 1952
282 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph. 1952
282 Legislation - Military Construction. 1952
282 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. January-February 1952
282 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. March 1952
283 Legislation - Price Controls. 1952
283 Legislation - Public Works - General. 1952
283 Legislation - Public Works - Highway Bills. 1952
283 Legislation - Public Works - Niagara Falls. 1952
283 Legislation - Public Works - Regarding Dispersal Bill. 1952
283 Legislation - Public Works - St. Lawrence Seaway. 1952
283 Legislation - Puerto Rico - Proposed Construction. 1952
283 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade Agreement. 1952
283 Legislation - Reorganization. 1951
283 Legislation - Reorganization. 1952
283 Legislation - Reorganization - Agriculture. 1952
283 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. 1952
284 Legislation - Social Security. January-February 1952
284 Legislation - Social Security. May-June 1952
284 Legislation - Social Security. July-December 1952
284 Legislation - Taxes - General. 1952
284 Legislation - Transportation. 1952
284 Legislation - United Nations. 1952
284 Legislation - United Nations - Human Rights. 1952
284 Legislation - United World Federalist. 1952
284 Legislation - Veterans. January-March 1952
284 Legislation - Veterans. April-June 1952
284 Legislation - Veterans - Education Benefit Extension. 1952
284 Legislation - Veterans - Pensions. 1952

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.


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285 President. 1953
285 State Department. January-May 1953
285 State Department. June-December 1953
285 State Department - Inter-American Highway. 1951-1953
285 State Department - Shrimp Boat Seizure. 1952-1953
285 Treasury Department. 1953
285 Treasury Department - Bureau of Customs. 1953
286 Defense Department - Camp Blanding. 1953
286 Defense Department - General. 1953
286 Defense Department - Defense Procurement. 1953
286 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1953
286 Air Force - Airfields. 1953
286 Air Force - Airfields. 1953
286 Air Force - Venice Air Base - Punta Gorda Field. 1952-1953
286 Army Engineers - General. 1953
286 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. January-July 1953
287 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. August-December 1953
287 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1953
287 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1953
287 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1953
287 Justice Department. 1953
287 Justice Department - Rosenberg Case. 1953
287 Justice Department - U.S. Courts. 1953
288 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes. 1953
288 Navy Department - North Perry and Broward County International Airports. 1953
288 Interior Department. 1953
288 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1953
288 Agriculture Department. April-June 1953
288 Agriculture Department. July-August 1953
289 Agriculture Department. September 1953
289 Agriculture Department. November 1953
289 Agriculture Department. November 1953
289 Agriculture Department. December 1953
289 Agriculture Department - Foot and Mouth Disease. 1953
289 Agriculture Department - Soil Conservation. January-October 1953
289 Agriculture Department - Soil Conservation. November-December 1953
289 Agriculture Department - Tung Oil. 1953
289 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1953
290 Commerce Department - National Production Authority. 1953
290 Labor Department. 1953
290 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1953
290 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1953
290 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Office of Education. 1953
290 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1953
290 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1953
290 Small Business Administration (Formerly: Reconstruction Finance Corporation). 1953
290 Federal Power Commission - Hearing, Tallahassee (Natural Gas for Florida). 1948-1953
291 General Accounting Office. 1953
291 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1953
291 Veterans Administration. January-April 1953
291 Veterans Administration. May-December 1953
291 Veterans Administration - Hospital, Lake City. 1949-1950
291 Veterans Administration - Hospital, Lake City. 1951-1953
292 Civil Aeronautics Board. 1953
292 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1953
292 Federal Housing Administration. 1953
292 Federal Housing Administration - Defense Housing, Pensacola. 1953
292 Federal Housing Administration - FHA Directors in Florida. 1953
292 Federal Housing Administration - Russell Tinney. 1951-1953
293 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. January-August 1953
293 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. September-December 1953
293 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1953
293 Miscellaneous - Invitations to Others, University of Florida Centennial and Van Fleet Invitations. 1953
293 Miscellaneous - Republican Party. 1953
293 State Administrative Matters. January-April 1953
293 State Administrative Matters. May-December 1953
294 National Labor Relations Board. 1953
294 Agriculture Committee. 1953
294 Small Business Committee. 1953
294 Public Works Committee. 1953
294 Democratic Steering Committee. 1953
294 United Nations Committee. 1953
294 Appointments - Assistant U.S. Attorneys (Northern and Southern Districts). 1953
294 Appointments - U.S. Attorney (Northern District). 1953
294 Appointments - U.S. Attorney (Southern District), George P. Raney. 1953
294 Appointments - U.S. Attorney (Southern District), James L. Guilmartin. 1953
294 Selective Service System. 1953
295 Holland Legislation - S. 50 - Alaska. 1951-1954
295 Holland Legislation - S. 588 - Regulation of Washington, D.C. School Fares. 1950-1953
295 Holland Legislation - S. 588 - Regulation of Washington, D.C. School Fares (Copies of Bills, Reports, etc.). 1950-1953
295 Holland Legislation - S. 833 - Create a Joint Committee on Budget (McClellan, et al.). 1953
295 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1953
295 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. January-February 1953
295 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. March-April 1953
296 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. May-July 1953
296 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. August-December 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture. January-February 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture. March 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture. April-June 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture. June-December 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture - Farm Credit. 1953
296 Legislation - Agriculture - Price Support. 1953
296 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior. 1953
297 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-June 1953
297 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. July-December 1953
297 Legislation - Appropriations - State, Justice, etc. 1953
297 Legislation - Appropriations - Veterans. 1953
297 Legislation - Armed Services. 1953
297 Legislation - Armed Services - Doctors Draft. 1953
297 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1953
297 Legislation - Civil Rights - Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC). 1953
297 Legislation - Communism. 1953
297 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment (Bricker). 1953
297 Legislation - Education. 1953
298 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1953
298 Legislation - Everglades. 1953
298 Legislation - Foreign Policy. January-June 1953
298 Legislation - Foreign Policy. July-December 1953
298 Legislation - Foreign Policy - NATO. 1953
298 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1953
298 Legislation - Housing. 1953
298 Legislation - Immigration and Naturalization. April-June 1953
298 Legislation - Immigration and Naturalization. July-December 1953
298 Legislation - Indians. 1953
298 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). 1953
298 Legislation - Military Construction. 1953
298 Legislation - National Defense. 1953
298 Legislation - Public Works. January-June 1953
299 Legislation - Public Works. June-December 1953
299 Legislation - Public Works - Highway Bills. 1953
299 Legislation - Public Works - Niagara Falls. 1953
299 Legislation - Public Works - St. Lawrence Seaway. 1953
299 Legislation - Railroad. 1953
299 Legislation - Railroad Retirement. 1953
299 Legislation - Railway Labor Act. 1953
299 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade Agreement. 1953
299 Legislation - Social Security. January-April 1953
299 Legislation - Social Security. May-December 1953
299 Legislation - Taxes. January-May 1953
299 Legislation - Taxes. June-December 1953
300 Legislation - Taxes - Income. June-December 1953
300 Legislation - Taxes - Poll Tax. 1953
300 Legislation - Tidelands (PL 31, S.J. Res. 13). 1948
300 Legislation - Transportation - Rate Fixing, etc. (S. 1461). 1953
300 Legislation - Transportation - Trip Leasing. 1953
300 Legislation - United Nations. 1953
300 Legislation - Veterans. 1953

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.


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301 President. 1954
301 State Department. January-May 1954
301 State Department. June-July 1954
301 State Department. August-December 1954
301 State Department - Arms to Israel. 1954
301 State Department - Walter Fraser, St. Augustine (Restoration, Spanish Document). 1954
301 Defense Department. 1954
301 Defense Department. 1954
301 Defense Department - St. Augustine National Cemetery. 1951-1954
301 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1954
302 Air Force - Airfields. 1954
302 Air Force - Academy Site. 1954
302 Air Force - Field One - DeFuniak Springs. 1954
302 Air Force - Homestead Air Base. 1954
302 Army Engineers - General. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Flood Control - St. Lucie Area. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - West Coast. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Omnibus Authorization Bill. 1954
302 Army Engineers - Water Hyacinths. 1954
302 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Harbor. 1954
303 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1954
303 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1954
303 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Palm Beach Harbor (Lake Worth Inlet). 1954
303 Army Engineers - Seventh Congressional District. 1954
303 Justice Department. 1954
303 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court. 1954
303 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court - Segregation Decisions. 1953-1954
303 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes. 1954
304 Interior Department. 1954
304 Interior Department - Red Tide. 1954
304 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1954
304 Interior Department - National Park Service. 1954
304 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1954
304 Agriculture Department. January-February 1954
304 Agriculture Department. March-May 1954
304 Agriculture Department. June 1954
304 Agriculture Department. July 1954
304 Agriculture Department. August-December 1954
304 Agriculture Department - Beef Purchase Program. 1954
305 Agriculture Department - Emergency Feed Program. 1953-1954
305 Agriculture Department - Export Program for Citrus (M. Hearn, Florida Citrus Mutual). 1953-1954
305 Agriculture Department - European Trade Mission (Jim Love). 1954
305 Agriculture Department - Sugar. 1954
305 Agriculture Department - USDA Sub Tropical Fruit Station (Orlando). 1950-1952
305 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1954
305 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1954
305 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1954
305 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration - Seminole Electric Coop. 1954
305 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1954
305 Commerce Department - Office of International Trade. 1954
306 Labor Department. 1954
306 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1954
306 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1954
306 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1954
306 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1954
306 Small Business Administration. 1954
306 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1954
306 Maritime Administration. 1954
306 Veterans Administration. 1954
307 Veterans Administration. 1954
307 Veterans Administration - Hospital, Gainesville. 1954
307 Civil Aeronautics Board. 1954
307 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1954
307 Federal Housing Administration. 1954
307 Congressional Record - Corrections and Insertions by Holland. 1954
307 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. 1954
308 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1954
308 State Administrative Matters. 1954
308 State Administrative Matters. 1954
308 Agriculture Committee. 1954
308 Public Works Committee. 1954
308 United Nations Charter Subcommittee. 1954
308 United Nations Subcommittee. 1954
308 United Nations Subcommittee - Reports, Pamphlets, etc. 1954
308 Appointments - Federal Judgeship - Emett Choate. 1954
308 Appointments - Federal Judgeship - Southern District. 1954
308 Appointments - Federal Judgeship - Southern District - Emory Akerman. 1954
308 Appointments - Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. 1954
308 Form Letters, Master Copies. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - PL 294 (S. 15) Judges, Appointment of Additional. 1953-1954
309 Holland Legislation - PL 294 (S. 15) Judges, Appointment of Additional. 1951-1952
309 Holland Legislation - PL 351 (S.J. Res. 123) Boundary Between Alabama and Florida. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - S. 249 - Amend Standing Rules of Senate Regarding Televised and Broadcast Programs. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - S. 3019 - Amend Sugar Act of 1948. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - S. 3184 - Amend Federal-Aid Road Act. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - S. 3422 - Encourage Stable, Prosperous and Free Agriculture. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - S. 3669 - Soil Conservation. 1954
309 Holland Legislation - Amendment to HR 8300 (Winn and Lovett - J.E. Davis). 1954
309 Holland Legislation - PL 780 (S. 1082, S. 1019) Channel Across St. George Island from Gulf to Apalachicola Bay. 1954
310 Holland Legislation - PL 493 (S. 436) Camp Blanding Military Reservation. 1951-1954
310 Holland Legislation - PL 760 (S. 438) Social Security Amendments (Remove Outside Earning Limit). 1953-1954
310 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. 1954
310 Legislation - Agriculture - General and Supports. January-February 1954
310 Legislation - Agriculture - General and Supports. March-April 1954
310 Legislation - Agriculture - General and Supports. May-July 1954
310 Legislation - Agriculture - General and Supports. August-December 1954
310 Legislation - Agriculture - Conservation. January-May 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Conservation. June-December 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Cotton. 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Dairy Products. 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Pesticides. 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Processed Grapefruit Under Marketing Agreement. 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Soil Conservation (Regarding S. 2548). 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Sugar. 1954
311 Legislation - Agriculture - Tung Products. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Civil Functions. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid and Mutual Security. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior, Fish and Wildlife - Red Tide. 1954
311 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. January-March 1954
312 Legislation - Appropriations - Veterans. 1954
312 Legislation - Armed Services. 1954
312 Legislation - Armed Services - Medical Care for Dependents. 1954
312 Legislation - Atomic Energy. 1954
312 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1954
312 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement. 1954
312 Legislation - Communism. 1954
312 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. January 1954
312 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. January-February 1954
312 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. February-December 1954
312 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - General. 1954
312 Legislation - Construction Contract Act. 1954
312 Legislation - Education. 1954
312 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1954
313 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1954
313 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Indochina. 1954
313 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Red China. 1954
313 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1954
313 Legislation - Handicapped Persons. 1954
313 Legislation - Housing. 1954
313 Legislation - Indians. January-February 1954
313 Legislation - Indians. February-December 1954
313 Legislation - Juvenile Delinquency. 1954
313 Legislation - Labor. January-February 1954
313 Legislation - Labor. March-April 1954
313 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). January-June 1954
313 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). June-September 1954
313 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). October-November 1954
313 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). November-December 1954
314 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism) - Form Letters. 1954
314 Legislation - Merchant Marine. 1954
314 Legislation - Military Construction. 1954
314 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. 1954
314 Legislation - Natural Gas. 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works. 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works - Colorado River Controversy (including Echo Dam). 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works - Fluoridation. 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works - Highway. 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works - Niagara. 1954
314 Legislation - Public Works - Niagara. 1954
315 Legislation - Poll Tax. 1954
315 Legislation - Railroad Retirement. 1954
315 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade. 1954
315 Legislation - Segregation. 1954
315 Legislation - Small Business. 1954
315 Legislation - Social Security. January-March 1954
315 Legislation - Social Security. March-June 1954
315 Legislation - Social Security. June-July 1954
315 Legislation - Social Security - Unemployment Tax. 1954
315 Legislation - Socialized Medicine. 1954
315 Legislation - Taxes - Revenue Revision Bill (Depletion Allowance - Phosphate). 1954
315 Legislation - Trading with the Enemy. 1954
315 Legislation - Transportation. 1954
315 Legislation - United Nations. 1954

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.


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316 President. 1954-1955
316 State Department. January-July 1955
316 State Department. July-December 1955
316 Treasury Department. 1955
316 Treasury Department - Southern National Bank Charter (Ft. Walton Beach, Frazier). 1955
316 Defense Department. 1954-1955
316 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1955
316 Defense Department - NATO Status of Forces Treaty. 1955
316 Air Force. 1955
316 Air Force. 1955
316 Air Force - Airfields. 1955
317 Air Force - Apalachicola Air Force Base. 1955
317 Air Force - Buckingham Base, Ft. Myers. 1955
317 Air Force - Eglin Field Housing. 1953-1955
317 Air Force - Homestead Base. 1955
317 Air Force - Palm Beach Base. 1954-1955
317 Air Force - St. Marks Apalachicola Bombing Range. 1955
317 Army Engineers - General. 1955
317 Army Engineers - General. 1955
317 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. January-September 1955
317 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. October-December 1955
317 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - West Coast. 1955
318 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Harbor. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Apalachicola. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Pensacola Harbor. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - St. Augustine Harbor, etc. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1955
318 Army Engineers - Eighth Congressional District. 1955
318 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court. 1955
319 Justice Department - Segregation. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Brevard County. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Dade County. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Jefferson County. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Pasco. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Sumter. 1955
319 Post Office Department - Florida Post Office Changes, Suwannee. 1955
319 Navy Department - Tampa Naval Industrial Reserve Shipyard. 1953-1955
319 Interior Department. 1955
319 Interior Department - Red Tide. 1955
319 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1955
319 Interior Department - National Park Service. 1955
319 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1955
319 Agriculture Department. 1954-1955
320 Agriculture Department. March 1955
320 Agriculture Department. April-June 1955
320 Agriculture Department. November-December 1955
320 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. January-March 1955
320 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. April-May 1955
321 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. June 1955
321 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. July-December 1955
321 Agriculture Department - Citrus Export Story for International News Service. 1955
321 Agriculture Department - Citrus Crop Estimates. 1953-1955
321 Agriculture Department - Kenaf and Ramie. 1951-1955
321 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1955
322 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration - Drought Disaster Areas, West Florida. 1955
322 Commerce Department. 1954-1955
322 Commerce Department - International Fairs. 1954-1955
322 Commerce Department - Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1954-1955
322 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1954-1955
322 Labor Department. 1955
322 Labor Department - Migratory Labor Problems. 1955
322 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1955
322 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Citrus, Color Added. 1954-1955
322 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Office of Education. 1954-1955
322 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1954-1955
323 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1954-1955
323 Small Business Administration. 1954-1955
323 Federal Communications Commission - Channel 2 Havana (Tallahassee). 1955
323 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1955
323 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1955
323 Labor-Management Problems. 1955
323 National Mediation Board. 1955
323 National Mediation Board - L and N Railroad Strike. 1955
323 National Mediation Board - Southern Bell Telephone Strike. 1955
323 Foreign Operations. 1955
323 Veterans Administration. 1954-1955
323 Veterans Administration. 1955
324 Veterans Administration - Miami VA Regional Office Transfer to Pass-a-Grille. 1955
324 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1955
324 Federal Housing Administration. 1955
324 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. January-August 1955
324 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. September-December 1955
324 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Fundraising. 1955
324 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party - Paul Butler Florida Visits. 1955
324 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1955
325 State Administrative Matters. 1954-1955
325 State Administrative Matters. 1955
325 State Administrative Matters. 1955
325 State Administrative Matters - Inter-American Trade Center (Miami). 1955
325 Agriculture Committee. 1955
325 Sponge Industry Problems. 1954-1955
325 Appropriations Committee. 1955
325 United Nations Subcommittee. 1954-1955
325 United Nations Subcommittee. 1955
326 Appointments - Judgeships. 1955
326 Appointments - Federal Judgeship - Southern District - R.H. Anderson. 1955
326 Form Letters. 1955
326 Holland Legislation - HR 1573 (Holland Amendment to) Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 (Defeated). 1955
326 Holland Legislation - PL 672 - Color Added. 1955-1956
326 Holland Legislation - PL 672 - Color Added, Miscellaneous Information. 1955-1956
326 Holland Legislation - S. 18 (Daniel, et al.) Communism, Continue Investigation. 1955
326 Holland Legislation - PL 736 (HR 9451, Haley) Convey Land to Seminole Indians. 1955
326 Holland Legislation - S. 2641 - Everglades. 1955
326 Holland Legislation - S. 1048 - Holland Amendments to Highway Bill. 1955
326 Holland Legislation - PL 258 (HR 6101, S. 464) Lands on Indian River (Herlong, Smathers, Co-sponsors). 1955
326 Holland Legislation - PL 300 (HR 1599) Lands at Jim Woodruff Dam (Pilcher). 1955
326 Holland Legislation - HR 2194 (Sikes) Military Department, State of Florida (Key West Property). 1955
327 Holland Legislation - PL 499 (HR 5310, S. 1523) Pensacola Property, Quiet Title. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - Strikes. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - S. 1356 - Trent Trust Company. 1947-1955
327 Holland Legislation - PL 713 (HR 5657, Herlong) Use Volusia County Land for Civil Defense Purposes. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - S. 673 - Veterans Hospital, Gainesville. 1955
327 Holland Legislation - HR 5883 (Haley) Winter Haven Laboratory, Funds for. 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture. January-May 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture. June-December 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture - Commodity Credit Processing. 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture - Conservation. 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture - Cotton. 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture - Dairy Products. 1955
327 Legislation - Agriculture - Farm Credit. 1955
328 Legislation - Agriculture - Mexican Laborers. 1955
328 Legislation - Agriculture - Sugar. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Citrus Fruit Decline. 1953-1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - School Lunch. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Winter Haven Fruit and Vegetable Laboratory. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior - Forestry. 1954-1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior - Welaka Fish Cultural Station. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1955
328 Legislation - Appropriations - Mutual Security (Foreign Aid). 1955
329 Legislation - Appropriations - Public Works. 1955
329 Legislation - Appropriations - State Department, United Nations. 1955
329 Legislation - Appropriations - Supplemental, Central Intelligence Agency. 1955
329 Legislation - Armed Services. January-April 1955
329 Legislation - Armed Services. May 1955
329 Legislation - Atomic Energy Legislation. 1955
329 Legislation - Bank Holding Company Legislation. 1955
329 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1955
329 Legislation - Communism. 1955
329 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. January-March 1955
329 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. April-December 1955
329 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - General. 1955
329 Legislation - Education. 1955
329 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1955
329 Legislation - Fair Trade. 1955
329 Legislation - Fluoridation of Water. 1955
329 Legislation - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). 1955
330 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1955
330 Legislation - Foreign Policy - Formosa. 1955
330 Legislation - Forestry. 1955
330 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1955
330 Legislation - Highway. January-May 1955
330 Legislation - Highway. June-July 1955
330 Legislation - Highway. July-December 1955
330 Legislation - Housing. 1955
330 Legislation - Hurricane, Floods, Disaster Insurance. 1955
330 Legislation - Indians. 1955
330 Legislation - Labor. January-April 1955
330 Legislation - Labor. May 1955
330 Legislation - Labor. June-December 1955
331 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph. 1955
331 Legislation - Members of Congress. 1955
331 Legislation - Merchant Marine. 1955
331 Legislation - Military Construction. 1955
331 Legislation - Miscellaneous Bills in which Holland Interested (Introduced by Florida House Members). 1954
331 Legislation - National Defense - Universal Military Training. 1955
331 Legislation - NATO. 1955
331 Legislation - Natural Gas. 1955
331 Legislation - Public Works. 1955
331 Legislation - Railroad. 1955
331 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade. January-March 1955
332 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade. March-December 1955
332 Legislation - Segregation. 1955
332 Legislation - Small Business. 1955
332 Legislation - Social Security. January-July 1955
332 Legislation - Social Security. July-December 1955
332 Legislation - Social Security - Agriculture Workers. 1950-1955
332 Legislation - Tidelands. 1955
332 Legislation - Transportation. 1955
332 Legislation - United Nations. 1955
332 Legislation - Veterans. January-June 1955
332 Legislation - Veterans. July-December 1955

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.


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333 President. 1956
333 State Department. 1956
333 State Department. 1955-1956
333 State Department - Arms to Israel. 1956
333 State Department - Arms to Israel. 1956
333 State Department - Arms to Israel. 1956
333 State Department - Shrimp Industry. 1956
333 Treasury Department - Spot Inspection at International Airport, Miami. 1950-1954
333 Army Helicopter School. 1955-1956
334 Defense Department. 1956
334 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1956
334 Air Force - Joint Long Range Proving Ground (Access Roads). 1949-1956
334 Army Engineers - General. 1956
334 Army Engineers - Logan Lumber Company. 1955
334 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. 1956
334 Army Engineers - National Rivers and Harbors Congress. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - East. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - West. 1956
335 Army Engineers - First Congressional District. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Second Congressional District. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District - Extension of Intracoastal Waterway Between Venetian and MacArthur Causeways. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - New River Dredging. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Palm Beach Harbor. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Port Everglades Harbor (Ft. Lauderdale). 1956
335 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Vero Beach Harbor. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Seventh Congressional District - Manatee River Project. 1956
335 Army Engineers - Eighth Congressional District - Rice Creek (Putnam County). 1956
335 Justice Department. 1956
336 Justice Department - Segregation. 1956
336 Justice Department - Segregation. 1956
336 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court. 1956
336 Interior Department. 1956
336 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1956
336 Interior Department - National Park Service. 1956
336 Interior Department - Seminole Rock and Sand Company. 1951-1955
337 Agriculture Department. 1956
337 Agriculture Department. 1956
337 Agriculture Department. 1956
337 Agriculture Department. 1956
337 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. 1956
337 Agriculture Department - Kenaf and Ramie. 1956
337 Agriculture Department - Mediterranean Fruit Fly. 1956
337 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1956
337 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1956
338 Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration. 1956
338 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1956
338 Labor Department. 1956
338 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1956
338 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1956
338 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Office of Education. 1956
338 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1956
338 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1956
338 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1956
338 General Services Administration - Live Oak Naval Reservation. 1950-1954
338 Small Business Administration. 1956
338 Federal Communications Commission. 1956
339 Federal Communications Commission. 1956
339 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 1956
339 Federal Trade Commission - Florida Citrus Mutual. 1952-1956
339 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1956
339 Interstate Commerce Commission - Docket. 1956
339 Interstate Commerce Commission - Watermelons. 1956
339 Veterans Administration. 1956
340 Veterans Administration. 1956
340 Civil Aeronautics Board - Additional Carriers, New York, Florida. 1956
340 Civil Aeronautics Board - Additional Carriers, New York to Orlando. 1956
340 Civil Aeronautics Board - New York to Florida Case. 1956
340 Civil Aeronautics Board - Third Air Carrier to Florida. 1956
340 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1956
340 Federal Housing Administration. 1956
340 Public Housing Administration. 1956
340 Congressional Records - Inserts by Holland. 1956
340 Miscellaneous - Bartow Office. 1953-1954
340 Miscellaneous - Bartow Office. 1955-1956
341 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. January-March 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. April-May 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. June-December 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Democratic National Convention. 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Everglades. 1956
341 Miscellaneous - Political. 1956
342 State Administrative Matters. 1956
342 State Administrative Matters. 1956
342 United Nations Subcommittee. 1956
342 Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-Essential Expenditures. 1956
342 Appointments. 1956
342 Form Letters. 1956
343 Holland Legislation - PL 878 - Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant (Agriculture Credit Facilities). 1956
343 Holland Legislation - PL 511 - Holland Amendment to Bankholding Bill (Regarding Agriculture). 1956
343 Holland Legislation - H.J.R. 413 (Bennett) Barge Canal. 1956
343 Holland Legislation - S. 11 - Equality of Opportunity (Strengthen Robinson-Patnam). 1953-1956
343 Holland Legislation - S. 11 - Equality of Opportunity (Strengthen Robinson-Patnam). 1956
343 Holland Legislation - S. 11 - Equality of Opportunity (Kefauver, et al.). 1956
343 Holland Legislation - S. 2642 - Everglades National Park. 1956
343 Holland Legislation - PL 809 - Farm Credit Legislation. 1956
343 Holland Legislation - PL 669 - Relief of Florida State Hospital. 1956
343 Holland Legislation - PL 418 - Conveyance of Lee County Land (Punta Rassa). 1956
344 Holland Legislation - Poll Tax. 1956
344 Holland Legislation - PL 880 - Social Security Amendments (Federal Aid to State Welfare Program). 1956
344 Holland Legislation - S. 3675 (Aiken, et al.) Soil Bank. 1956
344 Holland Legislation - S. 3651 (Holland, et al.) Soil Bank. 1956
344 Holland Legislation - PL 545 (HR 7030) Amend Sugar Act. 1956
344 Holland Legislation - PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955-1956
344 Holland Legislation - PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955
344 Holland Legislation - PL 545 (HR 7030) Sugar Bill. 1955-1956
344 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. 1956
344 Holland Legislation - S. 3219 - Transfer Surplus St. Josephs Military Reservation Property (Packard). 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. January 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. February 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. February-March 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. March 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. March 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. March-April 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. May 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture. June-August 1956
345 Legislation - Agriculture - Cotton. 1956
346 Legislation - Agricultural (Holland, Chairman) - Agricultural Credit and Rural Electrification Subcommittee. 1956
346 Legislation - Anti-Trust. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Medfly and Spreading Decline. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Medfly and Spreading Decline. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Winter Haven Laboratory. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Winter Haven Laboratory. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Health. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior - Forestry. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - Public Works. 1956
346 Legislation - Appropriations - State. 1956
347 Legislation - Atomic Energy Legislation. 1956
347 Legislation - Armed Services. January-May 1956
347 Legislation - Armed Services. June-December 1956
347 Legislation - Bankholding. January-February 1956
347 Legislation - Bankholding. March-December 1956
347 Legislation - Bankholding (Treadwell-Bayless File). 1955-1956
347 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1956
347 Legislation - Communism. 1956
347 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - Bricker. 1956
347 Legislation - Constitutional Amendment - General. 1956
347 Legislation - District of Columbia. 1956
347 Legislation - Education. January-March 1956
347 Legislation - Education. April-December 1956
347 Legislation - Education (Miscellaneous Information). 1956
348 Legislation - Elections. 1956
348 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1956
348 Legislation - Fisheries. 1956
348 Legislation - Fluoridation. 1956
348 Legislation - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). January-February 1956
348 Legislation - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). March-May 1956
348 Legislation - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). June-July 1956
348 Legislation - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). July-December 1956
348 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1956
348 Legislation - Handicapped People. 1956
348 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1956
348 Legislation - Health and Drug (Miscellaneous Bills, Data, etc.). 1956
348 Legislation - Highway. January 1956
348 Legislation - Highway. February 1956
349 Legislation - Highway. March-April 1956
349 Legislation - Highway. May 1956
349 Legislation - Highway. May-June 1956
349 Legislation - Highway. July-December 1956
349 Legislation - Highway - Miscellaneous. 1956
349 Legislation - Highway - Miscellaneous. 1956
349 Legislation - Highway - Miscellaneous. 1956
349 Legislation - Housing. 1956
349 Legislation - Housing - Farm Labor Camps. 1956
349 Legislation - Hurricane and Flood Damage. 1956
349 Legislation - Indians. 1956
349 Legislation - Judicial. 1956
349 Legislation - Labor. 1956
349 Legislation - Labor - Agriculture. 1956
350 Legislation - Natural Gas. January 1956
350 Legislation - Natural Gas. January-February 1956
350 Legislation - Panama Canal. 1956
350 Legislation - Public Works. 1956
350 Legislation - Railroad Retirement. 1956
350 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade. 1956
350 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade (Miscellaneous). 1956
350 Legislation - Segregation. 1956
350 Legislation - Small Business. 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security - Agricultural Workers. 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security - Townsend Plan. 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. January 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. February 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. March-April 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. April-May 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. May-June 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. June-July 1956
350 Legislation - Social Security. July-December 1956
351 Legislation - States Rights. 1956
351 Legislation - Taxes. 1956
351 Legislation - Taxes - Cooperatives. 1956
351 Legislation - Taxes - Income. 1956
351 Legislation - Taxes - Poll Tax. 1956
351 Legislation - Transportation. 1956
351 Legislation - United Nations. 1956
351 Legislation - Veterans - Establishment of National Cemetery. 1956
351 Legislation - Veterans. January-February 1956
351 Legislation - Veterans. February-March 1956
351 Legislation - Watershed. 1956

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.


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352 President. 1957
352 State Department. 1957
352 State Department. 1957
352 State Department. 1957
352 State Department - Hungarian Refugees (Jobs, Domestics, Adoptions). 1957
352 State Department - Tito Visit, Protests. 1957
352 Treasury Department. 1957
352 Treasury Department - Firearms Regulations. 1957
352 Defense Department. January-September 1957
352 Defense Department. October-November 1957
353 Defense Department. November-December 1957
353 Defense Department - International Crisis. 1957
353 Defense Department - Closed Shop vs. Open Shop, Patrick Air Force Base. 1957
353 Air Force - Land Acquisition, Cape Canaveral. 1956-1957
353 Air Force - MacDill Air Force Base (Noise Problems). 1957
353 Army Engineers - General. January-May 1957
353 Army Engineers - General. June-December 1957
353 Army Engineers - Contracts. 1956-1957
353 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. January-June 1957
353 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. July-December 1957
354 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida - St. Lucie Estuary and Fish and Wildlife Controversy. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - East. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - West. 1957
354 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Harbor. 1957
354 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Boca Ciega Bay. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District - Sanford Titusville Canal. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District - Ft. Pierce Harbor. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Seventh Congressional District. 1957
354 Army Engineers - Eighth Congressional District - Horseshoe Cove. 1957
355 Justice Department - Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1957
355 Justice Department - Little Rock, Arkansas School Problem. 1957
355 Justice Department - Segregation. 1957
355 Justice Department - Segregation. 1957
355 Justice Department - Segregation (Little Rock). 1957
355 Justice Department - U.S. Supreme Court. 1957
355 Navy - Air Basic Training Command Location of New Training Fields (Pensacola). 1957
355 Navy - Proposed New Naval Air Station, Sixth Naval District. 1957
355 Navy - Sanford Naval Air Station. 1957
355 Interior Department. 1957
355 Interior Department - Oil Price and Supply Situation. 1957
355 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1957
356 Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1957
356 Agriculture Department. January-February 1957
356 Agriculture Department. March-April 1957
356 Agriculture Department. May-June 1957
356 Agriculture Department. June-August 1957
356 Agriculture Department. September-December 1957
356 Agriculture Department - Citrus Exports. 1957
357 Agriculture Department - Mediterranean Fruit Fly. 1956-1957
357 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1957
357 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1957
357 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1957
357 Labor Department - Wage and Hour Division. 1957
357 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1957
357 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Office of Education. 1957
357 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1957
357 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Board. 1957
357 Small Business Administration. 1957
358 Federal Communications Commission. 1957
358 Interstate Commerce Commission. 1957
358 Strikes. 1957
358 Veterans Administration. 1957
358 Civil Aeronautics Board - New York to Florida Case. 1957
358 Civil Aeronautics Board - Southern Airways (Leesburg). 1957
358 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1957
358 Federal Housing Administration. 1957
358 Federal Housing Administration - Approval for Brevard County. 1954-1957
359 Congressional Records - Corrections and Inserts by Holland. 1957
359 Miscellaneous - Bartow Office. 1957-1958
359 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. 1957
359 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1957
359 Miscellaneous - Everglades. 1957
359 Miscellaneous - Political. 1956-1957
359 State Administrative Matters. January-March 1957
359 State Administrative Matters. April 1957
359 State Administrative Matters. May-June 1957
360 State Administrative Matters. July-December 1957
360 State Administrative Matters - Interstate Highway System. 1957
360 State Administrative Matters - Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. 1957
360 Holland Legislation - S. 49 (Murray, et al.) Statehood Bill (Hawaii and Alaska). 1955-1957
360 Holland Legislation - PL 85-508 (S. 49) Statehood for Alaska. 1957-1958
360 Holland Legislation - PL 85-546 (S. 3314) Relief for Ft. Myers, Lee County (Buckingham). 1957
360 Holland Legislation - PL 85-546 (S. 3314) Relief for Ft. Myers, Lee County (Buckingham). 1956-1959
360 Holland Legislation - PL 85-682 (S. 3926) Conveyance of Interest in Fissionable Materials, Leon County. 1957-1958
361 Holland Legislation - S. 704 - Mosquito Control. 1957
361 Holland Legislation - S. 704 - Mosquito Control. 1955-1956
361 Holland Legislation - S. 1066 - Claims for Damages Caused by Aircraft and Guided Missiles. 1956-1958
361 Holland Legislation - S. 1418 (Stennis and Holland) Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (Agriculture Commodities). 1957
361 Holland Legislation - HR 1958 (Matthews) Veterans Affairs Hospital, Gainesville. 1956-1958
361 Holland Legislation - S. 2142 - Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 (Citrus and Figs). 1957-1960
361 Holland Legislation - S. 4058 - Construction of Hospital Facilities in Florida (Beds for Disabled Veterans). 1957-1958
361 Holland Legislation - HR 6127 - Poll Tax Amendment to Civil Rights Bill. 1957
361 Holland Legislation - Tidelands. 1957
361 Holland Legislation - M.F. Comer Bridge and Foundation. 1956-1957
361 Holland Legislation - S. 1790 - Everglades. 1956-1957
361 Holland Legislation - S. 1790 - Everglades. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture. January-March 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture. April-May 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture. May-August 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Corn. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Cotton. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Potatoes. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Poultry Inspection. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Public Law 480. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Sugar. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Tobacco. 1957
362 Legislation - Agriculture - Tomato Marketing Agreement. 1957
362 Legislation - Alcoholic Beverages. January-April 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations (General - Reduce Budget). January-March 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations (General - Reduce Budget). May-June 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations (General - Reduce Budget). June-July 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Medfly. 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Spreading Decline (Geo. Raney). 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture - Spreading Decline (Nematode). 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce. 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce - 24-hour Quarantine. 1957
363 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce - Burke. 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce - Burke. 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense. 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - Foreign Aid (Mutual Security). 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - Public Works. 1957
364 Legislation - Appropriations - State. 1957
364 Legislation - Armed Services. January-April 1957
365 Legislation - Banking. January-March 1957
365 Legislation - Banking. March 1957
365 Legislation - Banking. March-December 1957
365 Legislation - Civil Rights. January-August 1957
365 Legislation - Civil Rights. August 1957
365 Legislation - Civil Rights. August-December 1957
365 Legislation - Communism. 1957
365 Legislation - Drought Relief. 1957
365 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. January-February 1957
366 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. March-June 1957
366 Legislation - Education, Federal Aid to. July-December 1957
366 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1957
366 Legislation - Foreign Aid. 1957
366 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1957
366 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1957
366 Legislation - Fuels. 1957
366 Legislation - Health and Drug. 1957
366 Legislation - Highway. 1957
366 Legislation - Housing. 1957
366 Legislation - Housing. 1957
367 Legislation - Immigration. 1957
367 Legislation - Labor. January-February 1957
367 Legislation - Labor. March-April 1957
367 Legislation - Labor. June-December 1957
367 Legislation - McCarthy, Joseph (McCarthyism). 1957
367 Legislation - Public Works. 1957
367 Legislation - Reciprocal Trade. 1957
367 Legislation - Small Business. January-March 1957
367 Legislation - Small Business. April-December 1957
367 Legislation - Small Business (Miscellaneous Data). 1957
367 Legislation - Social Security. 1957
367 Legislation - Social Security (Miscellaneous). 1957
367 Legislation - States Rights. 1957
367 Legislation - Supreme Court. 1957
368 Legislation - Taxes. January-March 1957
368 Legislation - Taxes. April-June 1957
368 Legislation - Taxes. June-August 1957
368 Legislation - Taxes - Excise. 1957
368 Legislation - Tennessee Valley Authority. 1957
368 Legislation - Transportation. 1957
368 Legislation - United Nations. 1957
368 Legislation - Veterans. 1957

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.


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368 President. 1958
368 State Department. January-April 1958
368 State Department. May-November 1958
369 State Department. November-December 1958
369 State Department - Chief Osceola, Return of Remains to Florida. 1951-1958
369 State Department - South American Incidents (Nixon). 1958
369 Defense Department. January-May 1958
369 Defense Department. June-December 1958
369 Defense Department - Area Access Roads. 1958
369 Defense Department - International Crisis. January-July 1958
369 Defense Department - International Crisis. August-December 1958
369 Army Engineers - General. 1958
369 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369 Army Engineers - Flood Control - Central and Southern Florida. 1958
369 Army Engineers - Bridges. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Contracts. January-August 1958
370 Army Engineers - Contracts. September-December 1958
370 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - East. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Intracoastal Waterway - West. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Cross State Barge Canal. 1958
370 Army Engineers - First Congressional District - Tampa Harbor. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Third Congressional District - Pensacola Harbor. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Fourth Congressional District. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Fifth Congressional District. 1958
370 Army Engineers - Sixth Congressional District. 1958
370 Justice Department - Supreme Court. 1958
370 Justice Department - Segregation. 1958
371 Post Office - Florida Post Office Changes. 1958
371 Interior Department. 1958
371 Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management. 1958
371 Interior Department - Fort Marion Circle Traffic (St. Augustine). 1956-1958
371 Agriculture Department. January-March 1958
371 Agriculture Department. April-July 1958
372 Agriculture Department. August-September 1958
372 Agriculture Department. October-December 1958
372 Agriculture Department - Cucumber Marketing Agreements. 1958
372 Agriculture Department - Freeze Damage and Disaster Feed Program. 1957-1958
372 Agriculture Department - Tung Oil. 1958
372 Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration. 1958
372 Agriculture Department - Forest Service. 1958
372 Commerce Department - Air Modernization Lab, Brooksville. 1958
372 Commerce Department - Bureau of Public Roads. 1958
372 Labor Department. 1958
372 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Office of Education. 1958
373 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service. 1958
373 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Social Security Administration. 1958
373 General Services Administration - Miami Federal Building. 1958
373 Small Business Administration. 1958
373 Federal Communications Commission. 1958
373 Federal Power Commission. 1958
373 Strikes. 1958
374 Aircraft Inspectors (Pensacola). 1955-1957
374 Maritime Administration. 1958
374 Tariff Commission - Cuban Cigars. 1956-1958
374 Veterans Administration. 1958
374 Civil Aeronautics Board - Orlando to New Orleans and Points West. 1957-1958
374 Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1958
374 Federal Housing Administration. 1958
375 Federal Housing Administration - Approval for Brevard County. 1958
375 Public Housing Administration. 1958
375 Miscellaneous - Bartow Office. 1958
375 Miscellaneous - Democratic Party. 1958
375 Miscellaneous - Diary of Events. 1958
375 Miscellaneous - Newspapers. 1958
375 Miscellaneous - Newsletters, Win Pendleton. 1958
376 Miscellaneous - Political. 1958
376 Miscellaneous - Political Support. 1958
376 Miscellaneous - Political Support. 1958
376 State Administrative Matters. 1957-1959
376 State Administrative Matters. 1958
376 National Labor Relations Board. 1958
377 Holland Legislation - S. 1790 - Everglades. 1957-1958
377 Holland Legislation - S. 209 - Strikes, Public Utilities. 1958
377 Holland Legislation - Proposed Legislation. 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture. January-March 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture. March-May 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture. June-December 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture - Cotton. 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture - Dairy. 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture - Disaster Loans. 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture - Onions. 1958
377 Legislation - Agriculture - Public Law 480 (Fruit). 1958
378 Legislation - Agriculture - Meat. 1958
378 Legislation - Agriculture - Holland Subcommittee. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1957-1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Agriculture. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce - Burke and Chantilly Airports. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Commerce - Interamerican Highway. 1957
378 Legislation - Appropriations - General. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior - Welaka Fish Hatchery. 1958
378 Legislation - Appropriations - Labor, Health, Education, Welfare. 1958
379 Legislation - Appropriations - Defense Department. 1958
379 Legislation - Appropriations - Interior Department. 1958
379 Legislation - Appropriations - Public Works. 1958
379 Legislation - Armed Services. January-February 1958
379 Legislation - Armed Services. April 1958
379 Legislation - Armed Services. April-December 1958
379 Legislation - Atomic Energy. 1957
379 Legislation - Bridges. 1958
379 Legislation - Civil Aeronautics. 1958
379 Legislation - Civil Rights. 1958
380 Legislation - Communism. 1958
380 Legislation - Economic Situation. 1958
380 Legislation - Education. 1958
380 Legislation - Equal Rights. 1958
380 Legislation - Everglades. 1958
380 Legislation - Foreign Aid. 1958
380 Legislation - Foreign Policy. 1958
380 Legislation - Health. 1958
380 Legislation - Highway. January-April 1958
380 Legislation - Highway. April-December 1958
381 Legislation - Housing. January-May 1958
381 Legislation - Housing. May-December 1958
381 Legislation - Humane Slaughter. 1958
381 Legislation - Indians. 1958
381 Legislation - Labor. January-February 1958
381 Legislation - Labor. March-April 1958
381 Legislation - Labor. May 1958
381 Legislation - Labor. May-December 1958
381 Legislation - Maritime. 1958
381 Legislation - Public Works. 1958
381 Legislation - Railroad Retirement. 1958
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