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Pepper, Claude, 1900-1989--Correspondence.

 Person

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Johnson, Thomas A., Papers

 Collection — Container: M1967-06
Identifier: M1967-06-##nox
Abstract Approximately 1,686 pieces relating to the life and public service of Mr. Thomas A. Johnson (1888-1961), of Pensacola, Florida.   &nnsp; The collection includes a wide variety of personal papers, documents, business papers, and general correspondence related to the various public and private offices held by Mr. Johnson. Of special interest are the correspondence, notes, clippings, and photographs concerning his service as Chairman of the Florida State Road Department,...
Dates: Created: 1800-1945; Other: Date acquired: 10/00/1967

Murphy Family Papers

 Collection — Container: M1968-02
Identifier: M1968-02-##qtn
Scope and Contents Correspondence, business records, scrapbooks, maps and miscellaneous printed works relating primarily to Pensacola and environs, 1802-1960. With photographs of Pensacola scenes and a group of about 100 volumes forming part of the original library of Dr. Fernando Moreno of Pensacola ca. 1835-1855.   &nnsp; Includes business records of William Nichols, Marianna, 1831-1879; Henry Whitmire, Milton, 1850-1861; and Gideon Murphy, Milton, 1856-1899; letters addressed to Augustus E....
Dates: Created: 1802-1960

Robertson, William D., Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: M1983-19
Scope and Contents Personal papers, 1933-1961, including correspondence, land abstracts, plat maps, and related material of organizations that Mr. Robertson was active in, or for, which he performed legal services, primarily in Santa Rosa County. Correspondents include Lex Green, Bob Sikes, Millard F. Caldwell, Claude Pepper, Charles Andrews; Florida Governors LeRoy Collins, Spessard L. Holland, Fuller Warren; and John C. Malone, Ashley Pace, and J. Edgar Hoover. Organizations include the Norman...
Dates: Created: 1933-1961; Other: Date acquired: 06/00/1984