Junior Sailing Regatta

246474
Date
1950s
Collection
Video
Video Details
1950s / 3:00; B&W; sound; V-168 S. 828
true

Million Acre Playground

232446
Date
1960s
Collection
Video
Video Details
14:10; color; sound; V-28 CA129; S. 828
hunting with hounds, duck hunting, frog gigging, fishing, camping and the Okeechobee Waterway Cross State

Water Hyacinth: The Silent Aggressor

232451
Date
1977
Collection
Video
Video Details
29:18; color; sound; V-205 RG500; S1187 Number 2
nuisance to Florida waterways. The film discusses the plant's South American origin and its introduction

Florida's Canal Main Street

245871
Date
Mid-1960s
Collection
Video
Video Details
15:00; color; sound; V-11 CA006; S. 828
true

Scenes of the Everglades

232400
Date
1928
Collection
Video
Video Details
40:22; B&W; silent; N2009-2
of Seminole Indians. Beginning with panoramic shots of vegetation, waterways, and abandoned structures

FLORIDA'S INLAND OCEAN

253075
Date
n.d.
Collection
Video
Video Details
4:50; color; sound; V-96 AA050; S.828
This film has vistas of the waterways near Eustis, showing boating and fishing.

GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

253174
Date
10-Jan-64
Collection
Video
Video Details
27:00; b&w; sound; V-224 DA101; S. 828
development in west Florida, Florida Inland Waterway and the Cross Florida Barge Canal. At the end

HYACINTH: MENACE ON THE MOVE

253267
Date
1970s
Collection
Video
Video Details
10:12; color; sound, V-242 S. 1825 Box 1, #2
This film documents the threat hydrilla presents to Florida waterways. Captain Ken Alvarez

CORAL GABLES: THE FLAPPER AT 40

252962
Date
1965
Collection
Video
Video Details
14:30; color; sound; V-15 CA147; S. 828
shows many examples of architecture, landscaping and waterways. People wear 1920s costumes to a golf

THE WEEK THAT FLEW

253623
Date
2-Dec-66
Collection
Video
Video Details
14:22; color; sound; V-118 CA227; S. 828
waterways, a University of Miami football game, Miami Serpentarium and the University of Miami campus

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