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Beginning in 1957, poet John Hall Wheelock corresponded with Dr. Lee Shackson, chairman of the Music Department at the University of South Florida and author of a musical composition based on Wheelock’s poem, “Noon: Amagansett Beach.” Materials in this collection relate to the composition and exhange of ideas in relation to the aforementioned project.
The collection consists of Dr. Dizer’s correspondence and research files relating to nineteenth- and twentieth-century American popular children’s literature, with particular emphasis on series books, story papers, and dime novels. Notable are extensive files dealing with Edward Stratemeyer, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, and the Boy Scouts of America.
This collection consists of materials relating to the 1962-1964 Johns Committee investigation of the University of South Florida. The collection includes correspondence, press statements, statements to the Florida legislature, editorials, various newsletters and newspaper clippings, as well as the typescript of "The Controversity," John Egerton’s unpublished 300-page study of the Johns Committee.
The Osterweil collection was amassed by John Osterweil, beginning in 1979, and his search for cigar box lithographs, pertinent to Tampa, took him across the country. Osterweil's donation to USF was made with the hope that it would be a useful resource to those interested in the Tampa cigar industry.
The bulk of the collection documents the life and career of Dr. José Ramon Avellanal, a prominent Ybor City physician and founder of El Bien Publico Clinic. Among the papers are biographical materials, correspondence, patents, estate papers, and documents pertaining to Dr. Avellanal's medical practice, drug store businesses, Public Welfare Company, and other ventures.
Research materials and assorted publications.
The collection comprises a small body of material, mostly letters and cards of sympathy to Julia Grillon and her sister on the death of their mother, Ameila, in 1923. The Grillion Family were early residents of Tampa.
The Julia Linebaugh King Papers have materials pertaining to her life including photo albums with pictures and genealogy information about the Linebaugh, Henry, King, and Willeaus families.
Former Tampa Mayor, collection consisting of speeches, photographs, newspaper clippings and ephemera. Lane served as mayor begining in 1959 until 1963.
This collection consists of typescripts and reproductions of scholarly work by Julia Penelope Stanley and supporting research materials by other authors. Authorship is credited as both Julia Penelope Stanley and Julia Penelope. A series of documents includes collaborations with Susan J. Wolfe (Robbins) of the Department of English, University of South Dakota. Topics of writings include lesbian identities and culture, queer theory, linguistics, feminism, sexism, and literature.
A collection of Florida ephemera, including: a large postcard collection, restaurant menus, and event programs.
This collection contains several French and English journals that detail cave exploration and other subterranean studies.
The Keith Roberts collection includes a series of posters related to LGBTQ+ events, culture, and politics in the Tampa Bay area. Organiations and events represented include the First Annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Film Festival, the Tampa Bay Gay Men’s Chorus, and Pride Fest.
Collection consists of survey records, photographs, and architectural drawings related to the Kennedy Drawbridge Historical Documentation Survey, prepared in 1993 for the State Historic Preservation Office and the Florida Department of Transportation.
The collection includes such materials as business transactions, including sale of cattle and real estate, and correspondence regarding the family's involvement with state agricultural legislation.
This collection consists of the papers of the Knight and Wall Hardware Company.
A collection of graphic designs, poetry chapbooks and working papers of the Konglomerati Press.
The majority of the records contained in this collection are related to Krauss Brothers Lumber Corporation’s involvement with the International Concatenated Order of the Hoo-Hoo.
The Krewe of the Knights of Sant’ Yago are a Tampa based group dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of Tampa's rich Latin heritage and culture. The collection contains files, photos, and event programs for the Tampa Knight Parade and the Gasparilla Parade from 1973- 2013.
A series of newspaper prints donated by La Gaceta, featuring portraits of Cuban revolutionary leaders, military officers, and other important figures. Most were taken from the Havana publication, La Caricatura.
Contains a variety of published and unpublished materials that relate to Spanish-speaking peoples and countries.
The records of the Latin Quarter Art Gallery consist of correspondence, exhibition and sale agreements, newsletters, press releases, schedules, programs, planning information, financial records, notes, reports, and ephemera. Requests for financial assistance are also included, as well as appraisal, insurance, and sales information for an oil painting entitled "Friedland, 1807."
The papers of Lee Ann Wojtkowski ("Oak"), who was an active member of the women’s community in the Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg area.