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A Family Album


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Napoleon B. Broward

The first governor to live in the Governor's Mansion was Napoleon B. Broward. He and his wife, Annie Douglass Broward, sit on the mansion's front porch with their children, circa 1907-09.

In an age before air conditioning, shady porches were a welcome relief from the Florida sun. Governor Park Trammell and his grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Park, sit outside the front entrance to the Governor's Mansion in 1914.

Governor Park Trammell and grandmother

Governor Doyle Carlton

Governor Doyle Carlton used this image on his family Christmas card, circa 1929-33. The location is probably the front parlor of the Governor's Mansion.

The family of Governor Spessard L. Holland on the steps of the Governor's Mansion on morning of his inauguration, January 7, 1941.

Governor Spessard L. Holland and his family

Mary Groover Holland and her youngest child

Mary Groover Holland and her youngest child, Ivanhoe, sit in the downstairs parlor of the mansion in January 1941.

The Lawton Chiles family in front of the Governor's Mansion, circa 1992.

Lawton Chiles family