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- Tags: Richard Nixon
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Tags: agricultural pollution; C. W. Sheffield; E. T. Heinen; East Central Florida Regional Planning Council; Environmental Protection Agency; EPA; Florida Department of Pollution Control; Florida Technological University; FTU; lake drawdown; Lake Eola; muck farms; Oklawaha River Basin Improvement Council; Orange County Pollution Control; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; sewage disposal plants; Southwest Florida Water Management District; Stanley Winn; UF; University of Florida
Tags: Apollo 15; BC News; BCC; benzoylmethylecgonine; Bill Chappell; Brevard Community College; budgets; Cape Kennedy; China; Chris Frey; cocaine; Coke; colleges; Congress; deficits; DOL; Don Fuqua; drug task force; drug trafficking; drug wars; drugs; educational Florida Institute of Technology; election reform; FECA; Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971; FIT; Florida Technological University; FTU; heroin; James Day Hodgson; John Chafee; John Lester Hubbard Chafee; Jules Bergman; Julie Frey; Lake Apopka; lake restoration; Lauren Frey; Lou Frey; Lou Frey, Jr.; Louis Frey, Jr.; Lynne Frey; Manned Spaceflight; Marcia Frey; Marcia Turner; Mexico; MIA; Miami; missing in action; narcotics; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Newsweek; OASDI; Oklawaha River Basin Improvement Council; Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance; Oscar Flores Sánchez; outer space; poppies; Poppy; POW; price controls; Prisoner of War; Regional Environmental Training and Research Organization; RETRO; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; Russia; Social Security; Social Security Trust Fund; Space Shuttles; Temporary Wage and Price Controls; U.S. Congress; U.S. Department of Labor; U.S. House of Representatives; U.S. Representatives; U.S. Senate; unemployment; universities; university; Vietnam War; wage busting; wage controls; War on Drugs; William V. Chappell, Jr.
Tags: Apollo 12; Apollo Project; Dick Nixon; helicopters; launch; Marine One; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Pat Nixon; Pat Ryan; Patrick AFB; Patrick Air Force Base; Project Apollo; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; space; Thelma Catherine Ryan; Thelma Catherine Ryan Nixon
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Tags: 1st U.S. Volunteer Calvary; 9th Street; Abraham Bellamy; Addie Burke; Addie Burke Salsbury; Addie Salsbury; Air Defense Control Center; Al Shepard; Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr.; Alan Shepard; American Legion; Anna Frank Bellamy; Apollo 13; astronauts; Babe Ruth; Ball, Bettye; baseballs; Belleview Biltmore Resort; Bettye Ball; Bettye Ball Deadman; Bettye Deadman; Bill Von Herbulis; Brown, Curtis; Buddy Lake; Burke, Addie; Buzz Aldrin; Buzz Lightyear; Cape Canaveral; Cara Stenstrom; Carolyn Patrick; Carolyn Patrick Stenstrom; Chilton, Kevin; Chuck Yeager; Clearwater; Curlew; Curlew Creek; Curtis Broke; Disney-MGM Studios; Donald Knight; Douglas Stenstrom; Dunedin; Ebie Tinny; Ebie Tinny Evie; Eckerd; Ed Hoffman, Sr.; Eddie Hoffman; Edwin Eugene Aldrin, Jr.; Florida Air Museum; Florida Aviation Historical Society; Florida Aviation in Pictures; Fort Brook; Frank Stenstrom; Gale Frana; Gale Salsbury; George Herman Ruth, Jr.; Harry Took; Henry B. Plant; Henry Bradley Plant; Herb Stenstrom; Hillsborough County; Homestead; Homestead Air Reserve Base; Homestead ARB; Hubble Space Telescope; Hyman G. Rickover; Hyman George Rickover; Ira Tinny; Ira Tinny Wood; Ira Wood; Jessica Frana; Jessica Frana Exline; John Bellamy; John F. Kennedy Space Center; John Glenn; John Herschel Glenn, Jr.; John Keeling; John Louis Salsbury; John Wright Salsbury, Jr.; John Wright Salsbury, Sr.; Joseph Morris; Julian Stenstrom; Kathy Thornton; Keflavík, Iceland; Kent Rominger; Kent Vernon Rominger; Kevin Chilton; Lake Mary; Lakeland; Lesie Evie; Linda McKnight Batman Oral History Project; Louis Salsbury; Mary Salsbury; Mascotte; moonshiner’s shoes; moonshiners; Museum of Seminole County History; NAS Keflavík; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Naval Air Station Keflavík; Neil Alden Armstrong; Neil Armstrong; Nicole Stott; Ninth Street; Norton AFB; Norton Air Force Base; Olivette; Opie Taylor; Ozona; Palm Harbor; Park Avenue; Patricia Stenstrom; Patricia Took; Patricia Took Stenstrom; Pete Exline; photographers; photography; Port Tampa; Portsmouth, Ohio; press photographers; Red Barber; Richard McNab; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; Rick Husband; Ricky Branch; Rommel Rominger; Ron Howard; Ronald William Howard; Rosalind Tinny; Rosalind Tinny Salsbury; Rough Riders; Russell St. Arnold; Ruth Stenstrom; San Bernardino, California; Sanford; Sanford Airport; Sanford High School; Sanford Railroad Station; Seminole County; Seminole High School; Space Shuttle Atlantis; Space Shuttle Columbia; Space Shuttle Endeavor; Space Shuttle Program; Spanish-American War; Steve Frana; Story Musgrave; STS-1; STS-59; STS-61; STS-66; STS-80; STS-95; SUN 'n FUN; Tarpon Springs; Teddy Roosevelt; telegraphers; Terrence Wade Salsbury; The Andy Griffith Show; The Orlando Sentinel; The Sanford Herald; The St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Theodore Roosevelt; Thomas Jeffrey Hanks; Titusville; Tom Hanks; Tom Jones; Tony Janus; Trask Avenue; Troy Hickson; U. S. Air Force; Walt Disney World; Walter Lanier Barber; William Bellamy; William Duane Wood, Jr.; William Duane Wood, Sr.; Wood, Ira Tinny; WTRR Sanford; Yvonne Eubanks; Yvonne Eubanks Salsbury; Yvonne Salsbury