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Record Group Number: 000360
Series/Collection Number: .S 1552
Creator: Florida. Dept. of Commerce.
Title, Dates: Administrative files, 1981-1985.
Amount: 2.00 cubic ft.
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Organization/Arrangement: By record type.
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Summary:     The series consists of reading files, subject files, invitations received and correspondence documenting the activities of the department regarding tourism, economic development, and international relations, through legislation and grant programs. The bulk of the records pertain to the "Florida Mission to Haiti," an economic mission undertaken by then Secretary, Lt. Governor Wayne Mixson and other state government officials in 1981.
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Subject Access Fields: Economic development.
Refugees Florida
Cuban refugees.
Haiti Emigration and immigration
Haiti Economic conditions 1971-
Added Entries Mixson, Wayne, 1922-