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Incorporated in 1977, the Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with more than 800 members throughout Florida and elsewhere. It is committed to making sure people understand the importance of a strong, independent judiciary in our governmental balance of power. Likewise, it works to save and maintain for future generations the records of the people and events that have shaped the evolution of Florida's court system from the early 1800s, through the 20th Century, and beyond.
Member dues and contributions -- which are tax-deductible -- support a variety of Society programs and activities, including: publications, oral history programs, historical archives, Supreme Court tours and exhibits, as well as an annual Society reception and dinner.