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Lunch and Learn: Finding Dan McCarty 

Presented by Florida Historic Capitol Museum at Florida Historic Capitol Museum, Tallahassee FL

Jun 10 2016
Lunch and Learn: Finding Dan McCarty 

Author and historian Robert Buccellato will discuss his new book Finding Dan McCarty, and explore the legacy of this fallen Governor.

The Florida Historic Capitol Museum invites you to join us for a Lunch and Learn presentation on the life and political career of former Florida Governor Dan McCarty.Author and historian Robert Buccellato will discuss his new book Finding Dan McCarty, and explore the legacy of this fallen Governor.

A cattleman and citrus grower from Fort Pierce, McCarty served in the Florida House of Representatives and was Speaker of the House in 1941 at the age of 29. After serving in World War II, McCarty

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Event is free and open to the public

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LOCATION

Florida Historic Capitol Museum

400 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399

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PARKING INFO

The Historic Capitol is located in the Capitol Complex, at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and South Monroe Street. Although the museum does not have dedicated parking, there are several parking lots in the area. There is a large public parking garage in Kleman Plaza, close to the Capitol Complex. When the legislature is in session, parking can be especially challenging. Spaces for visitors with disabilities are located on west side of the House Office Building in the north side loading zone.

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