The Online Catalog
allows searching and browsing of information about the State Archives of Florida's
holdings of over 40,000 cubic feet of state and local government records
and historical manuscripts. The catalog provides descriptions of over
2,700 collections and lists the contents of containers and folders in
many of those collections.
Public event, program, and appearance video and audio recordings and photographs, 2003-2006.
By record type or topic, then chronological.
Terms Governing Use:
The Office of the Secretary of State was created in 1845 to maintain the State's public records. In 1969 (Ch. 69-106, Laws), the Office of Secretary of State became part of the Department of State. The Secretary of State keeps records of all official acts of the Legislature and the Executive Department. The Secretary and the Department administer elections, public records, the Great Seal, and the Administrative Code; issue charters to corporations; and manage the state's library services, archives, cultural affairs, museum, and historic resources. The Secretary is the Chief Cultural Officer and the Chief Protocol Officer of the State. The post of Secretary of State was one of the elected Cabinet posts until January 3, 2003, the effective date of a 1998 constitutional amendment eliminating the office from the Cabinet and making the department responsible to the governor, with the Secretary of State position a gubernatorial appointment.
This series consists of video recordings, audio recordings, and photographs documenting Secretaries of State Glenda Hood and Sue Cobb in appearances at public events, interviews, Department of State programs, and in public service announcements. The programs primarily relate to elections, election systems, and election laws, but State Archives, State Library, arts, and cultural affairs programs are also featured.
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Subject Access Fields:
Hood, Glenda E. 1950- (Glenda Evans), Cobb, Sue.
State Library of Florida. State Archives of Florida. State Library and Archives of Florida. Florida. Division of Elections.
Libraries Florida Archives Florida Cultural affairs. Arts Florida Elections Florida Election law Florida
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Florida Government Florida Officials and employees
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