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The collection includes a variety of cartographic materials, antiquarian book and map dealer records, correspondence, published articles, bibliographic materials, newspaper clippings, and publications. Highlights of the collection include historical materials and correspondence related to early explorers in North America. Cartographic materials included in the collection consist of map facsimiles, slides, and photostatic reproductions.
Research and teaching materials; assorted publications.
This collection comprises the personal and professional papers of Diana Estorino, an activist in Tampa Bay’s LGBTQ+ community.
Contains original, hand-written plays and related materials, including set design sketches, sides, prompt books and photographs. "Ms" and "Mss" used in the record are shorthand for "manuscript(s)".
Primarily includes organizational records, documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ+ community, more generally, as well as organizational records of the Greater Tampa Bay Pride Organization, Inc. Also included are videos and realia associated with the LGBTQ+ community’s activities.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Evelyn Ruth Millis Duvall, an academic in the field of family development.
The bulk of this collection consists of printed materials related to Dr. Gladys Shafran Kashdin’s professional career at the University of South Florida.
The Ogden collection is being donated in pieces, and original order will be maintained. Currently, the library has Binders 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 23.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Dr. Stephen Glyand.
This collection consists of program souvenir books produced by the DuPree Press for local churches, masonic temples, associations, women's groups, and sororities in Tampa, FL.
This collection contains original cartoons by Baker Country Press and Artizans cartoonist Ed Hall from his 2003 book entitled Code Red—Editorial Cartoons and his 2006 book entitled Diversions. These cartoons, which originally ran from 1996-2006, cover topics including Florida politics, national politics, popular culture and the war in Iraq. Select cartoons were not donated and are not part of the collection.
The bulk of this collection consists of typescripts, carbon copies and notes for articles and books written by Hirshberg. The collection also includes JDM Bibliophile carbon copies and holographic correspondence, bylaws, conference programs and drafts of the newsletter.
The papers of Edith Daly, a lesbian activist who co-founded the Women's Energy Bank, a group based in Pinellas County that supported progressive political causes and published the monthly newsletter Womyn's Words.
Photographs of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Long Key, St. Augustine, Palm Beach, Pablo Beach and Nassau.
This collection includes organizational documents such as committee meeting notes, financial records, professional correspondence, insurance records, and programs and announcements for special events. Also includes theatrical playscripts which range in date from the mid-19th to early 20th century.
This collection consists of financial and operational materials related to the El Modelo Coffee Mill, a division of Naviera Coffee Mills, Inc. Ed Modelo is located at 1318 East Seventh Avenue, Ybor City, Tampa, Florida, and was formerly owned by Joaquin and Melba Ramos,