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Financial ledgers of the Valrico Women's Club.
A collection of documents from former Florida Representative Vernon Peeples.
A scrapbook containing news clippings and other miscellaneous materials relating to Valrico, Florida and agricultural activities in West Central Florida, 1908 - 1917.
A collection of papers, documents, correspondence and other miscellaneous items pertaining to Dr. Walter F. Snyder, historian and classicist. Snyder is perhaps best known as the person who fixed for the first time ever the exact date the Alexandrian calendar was established.
Three quarters of the collection contains information on administration; the remaining quarter contains information on training. The administrative portion includes documents regarding the office’s accreditation, creating a new jail, the Community Corrections Partnership Act, Jail Administrators Conference, a speech, and a jail report. Items concerning training consist of police and administration examinations and articles relating to basic field training.
Materials consist of correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, and photographs. The collection relates primarily to Fuller's activities as a real estate developer during and after the Florida land boom. Subjects covered include farming, fish, Florida natural history, Florida population and economy, geology, hurricanes, the New Deal, and real estate in Cuba, Levy County, Melbourne, Ocala and Sarasota County.
Photographs taken by Othar Cortland Wamsley, a soldier with the 157th Indiana Volunteer Regiment in Tampa and Port Tampa during the Spanish-American War, 1898. Wamsley contracted malaria in Tampa and never got to Cuba. Photographs in the collection relate to military sites, ports, and local affairs.
Consists of 35 photographs of daily life in the Warsaw ghetto, showing street scenes with signs in Polish and German, the building of the wall, the transportation of goods, and men at work.
This collection documents both business and personal transactions of the Washington family, with particular emphasis on items created or used by Sam Washington, Mary Washington, and Mary Louise Washington Delaney/Delancy.
The collection consists of eight watercolor sketches by an unknown artist depicting South American people in the mid 19th century. Items are signed as follows: 1. "Aquatero. Water seller." 2. "Un Indis del Interior. An Indian from the interior." 3. "Vendedor di Chica de Piña. Seller of Pine cheecha." 4. India. Indian." 5. Friar. Frayle." 6. "Indian Vendedor de cochyayny.Indian fruit seller." Watercolors 7 and 8 are not signed with a title.
Images in this collection depict military camp life of officers stationed in Tampa during the Spanish American War, as well as the innerworkings of the Port of Tampa during the period. Identified regiments include: 4th Cavalry, 69th New York, and 32nd. Unidentified troops, cavalry, medical officers, bugle players, officers, and Red Cross officials are represented in the photographs. Also pictured are ships, weaponry, and military drills. All photographs are dated 1898.
The William and Edna Hodges collection is comprised of materials ranging from photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, playbills, pamplets and miscellaneous documents. These materials mostly document their interests in various theatres and concerts in the Tampa Bay Area, but they also document productions they viewed in New York City and other parts of the United States.
This collection contains photographs, papers, and ephemera of the Florida AFL-CIO labor union that Allen collected in his 29 years of service to the organization.
Collection includes correspondence, manuscripts of articles, research notes, periodical issues containing articles, awards and certificates, news clippings, and photographs. Series 1-8 were intially processed by format, however, for ease of access Series 9, the Author's Integrated Files, are in original order.
Organizational records for the Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) network for the Southeast and Florida districts.
The bulk of this collection includes manuscripts and revised typescripts for the Florida edition of the American Guide series produced by the Works Progress Administration.
This collection is comprised materials related to the World AIDS Day at the University of South Florida.
A collection of letters and narratives about individual experiences at the close of the Second World War.
This collection consists of 174 photographs which were taken towards the end of World War II in France and Germany. All of the photos were retrieved by American solders from a house in France.
Items from the WUSF station, located at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida, from 1973 to 2003. Items include reel-to-reel tapes, cassette tapes, and videocassettes.
This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, and copies of newspaper clippings. The bulk of the collection dates 1964-1966. Works featured in the collection include: Combat nurses; First book of the seashore; First book on American expansion; Jack Gaither, winning coach; Juan Ponce DeLeon; Naturalists and explorers; Out-island doctor; The Boy Scout story; and U.S. frogmen of World War II.
Contents of the collection include financial records, event and planning information, grant information, correspondence, publicity materials, and insurance information.
Organizational records of the Ybor City Rotary Club.
Collection primarily consists of Gasparilla brochures and programs.
The collection contains files from the Yellowback Library, including items on Children's Literature, authors, correspondence, newspaper clippings, popular culture, artists and illustrators, and some legal documents.