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This collection consists of financial records, account journals and ledgers, cash books, minute books, membership records, correspondence, and photographs. Also includes lapel pins, flags, and other ephemera.
A collection of photographs of the Chapman family (Shaw and Wiley) from 1880 until before the advent of the Second World War. Included in the collection are numerous images, negatives, and some documents pertaining to the life of the family when the family lived in Tampa, Florida in the early years of the 20th Century.
A collection of correspondence and other documents from former Florida Supreme Court Justice Charles B. Parkhill.
A collection of medical posters from the USF College of Public Health.
Consists of correspondence, literary manuscripts, book jackets, notebooks, and awards.
A collection of ephemera, including commemorative pins, bookmarks, print materials, and more, that detail the ways in which children's and young adult novels are promoted by publishers.
The collection provides informative documentation on the organizational evolution of the Children’s Home, between the 1940s and early 1970s. The collection contains board minutes, newspaper clippings, financial statements and other materials.
The collection consists mostly of articles and prints related to the works of Christopher Still, a distinguished Florida artist whose works are displayed in venues such as the Museum of Florida's Art and Culture, the Appleton Museum of Art, the Ruth Eckerd Hall, and the Florida House Chambers.
This collection contains materials related to the cigar and tobacco industry in the United States, with a focus on Tampa manufacturers. Included are documents related to labor union organizing at local levels and membership to the Cigar Makers’ International Union of America, tobacco industry publications, cigar art, advertisements, and other assorted documents.
Collection consists of research materials used by the Historic Tampa-Hillsborough County Preservation Board to designate the Citrus Park Colored School as an historic landmark.
This collection contains materials separately created and collected by Cody Fowler and Steven Lawson. The materials have been combined into a single collection, and overlapping materials primarily document the civil rights of African American residents of Hillsborough County, FL.
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This collection consists of assorted documents and research materials related to Dr. Cleon Caspas' career as a university instructor of Spanish, Portuguese, and International Studies.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Melvin B. Asp, commanding officer of the U.S. Army at Tampa's Drew Field during World War II.
This collection consists of records related to the Columbia Restaurant, owned and operated by the Gonzmart family. Also included are personal records related to the Gonzmart family.
A collection of documents detailing the workings of the Community Concert Association of Tampa.
This collection contains official documents, stock and shareholders’ information, meeting minutes, cigar label art, family photographs, family clippings, and similar records of a factory in Tampa and comprises a variety of materials that document the history of the Corral family and the rise of Corral, Wodiska y Ca.'s in Tampa during the early 1900s.
Collection consists of the records of the Cuentos de mi Familia project of the University of South Florida, ENLACE (Engaging Latino Communities for Education), the Hispanic Professional Women's Association and the Hillsborough County School System.
Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas (1870-1945) eloped with Olive Custance (1874-1944), the daughter of Colonel Frederic Hambleton Custance (1844-1925), in 1902. They had their first and only child, Raymond, in the same year. Colonel Custance did not approve of their relationship, perhaps because of Lord Alfred's association with Oscar Wilde (1854-1900).
This collection contains materials utilized for research on the life of Tampa cigar tycoon D. Angel Cuesta, including photographs, documents, and C.D.s. Many of the materials in the collection are recreations of original materials, including documents and photographs from the 19th century.
This collection primarily consists of realia that belonged to Daddy Wayne and moving images pertaining to the El Goya where he worked as a bartender.
The collection contains typescripts, correspondence, business files, publicity materials, and novels, which have been removed from the collection and cataloged separately. Also includes Hagberg's typewriter, which may be found on a shelf adjacent to the collection.