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This collection includes financial and administrative records of the El Porvenir organization, which specialized in providing physician services to members of the cigar manufacturing community of Tampa Bay.
This collection includes four color prints collected and donated by Elizabeth Lee Barron, a librarian employed by the University of Tampa. The framed prints in the collection are reproductions of illustrations from 20th and 21st century children's literature books. Two of the prints are signed by the artist. This collection was donated as a gift in honor of William Edwards Lee III.
This collection documents the life and accomplishments of Ellen Haynes Green, the first active female president of the NAACP Tampa.
The Ellen Hopkins collection consists of archival materials, typescripts, and published materials donated by Hopkins, a children’s and young adult author. Cataloged materials, including books, advanced reader copies, and manuscripts are hyperlinked to records available in the USF Libraries catalog.
Consists of holographic correspondence written by Ellsworth Davis to his family while he was stationed on the U.S.S. Florida in Vera Cruz, Mexico.
The collection has been divided into eight series: Army, books, correspondence, miscellaneous, poetry, religion, University of Tampa, and photographs.The collection is comprised of autobiographies of World War I and World War II experiences, manuscripts, religious booklets, bulletins, prayers, articles, newspaper clippings, poetry, military forms, and manuals. The collection also includes verses and poetry of Lucille Coleman.
This collection consists of typescripts written by Elton E. Smith, “The Two Voices: A Tennyson Study,” “The Angry Young Men of the Thirties,” and “Charles Reade.” Also includes a typescript of “Jairus’ Daughter,” written by Esther Greenwell Smith, and the galley proofs for William Godwin, written by both authors in collaboration.
A collection of photographs taken by the Ensminger Brothers in Florida while soldiers trained before sailing to Cuba to fight in the Spanish American War. The photographs in this collection were later purchased by Sarah Criggal and her sister, who were visiting Florida from Britain.
A collection of documents concerning the work of Equality Florida, including projects, corporate documents and research.
The collection consists of the papers of Unitarian Minister Ernest Turner Marble. Its earliest materials consist of Marble's ordination and other certifications, as well as materials from his time as a Navy chaplain during the 1940s. Aside from his personal correspondence, clippings, and other papers, the collection also contains several years of his sermons at the United Liberal Church in St. Petersburg, FL, as well as marriage and funeral records Marble officiated.
A collection of materials gathered by Eunice Fisher, who moved to the Tampa Bay area later in life and became involved in LGBT activism. These papers primarily concern the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Tampa Bay and its affiliates, as well as Fisher's participation in her religious community.
This collection consists of photocopies of material gathered by Ms. Knapp during her research into the history of the German prisoners of war held in Florida during World War II.
Select articles and photographs documenting the journalism career of Evelyn C. Bash.
Materials in this collection relate to the musical career of the Fallopian Tubes, a Tampa Bay women’s band that formed in 1980. Included in the collection are advertising and promotional materials for the band, correspondence (both personal and professional), lyric sheets, set lists, photographs, and assorted materials relating to women’s issues and the LGBTQ community.
This collection primarily contains published monographs and pamphlets of sermons delivered by Father Coughlin between 1932 and 1936. Writings by Coughlin on social and economic justice are also included, in addition to printed fundraising correspondence, application and pledge forms for the National Union for Social Justice, and postcards featuring the Shrine of the Little Flower.
This collection consists primarily of correspondence, but also includes greeting cards and postcards, writings, and miscellaneous materials.
The Federal Writers Project consists of selected records used to develop books and pamplets for the American Guide Series. The materials in this collection primarily document the experiences and lives of African Americans, many of whom had previously been enslaved, and includes interviews, typescripts, and other materials photocopied from a collection at the Florida Historical Society.
This collection consist of two (2) typescripts of Pacheco’s 1994 book, Ybor City Chronicles: A Memoir; nine (9) untitled black and white ink drawings; a binder containing color copies of paintings, with a price list and descriptions, from Pacheco’s “Ybor Remembered: 1935 to 1945” collection; color slides of unidentified paintings; and Tampa trolley car memorabilia (circa 2002).
This collection primarily consists of correspondence between Fritz and her family, friends, and associates during her career as a realtor in southwest Florida and as owner and editor of the travel brochure, Hello Stranger! The collection also includes assorted papers of the Florida State Welfare Board and the Southwest Florida Historical Society, photographs, subscription cards for Hello Stranger!, and articles written by Fritz.
This collection primarily consists of holograph and typed correspondence, financial records, membership rosters and surveys, newsletter layouts, and photocopies of articles about bibliophilia, bookbinding, typography, and book history. Newspaper clippings originally maintained in collection have been removed and replaced by photocopies for preservation purposes.
This collection contains assorted over-sized illustrations and graphics for a number of topics of Florida's history.
Working papers, research materials, and reports generated by the Florida Commission on Mental health and Substance Abuse.
Contains publications related to Tampa, other locations in Florida, and the state as a whole.
Consists of the society’s articles of incorporation, constitution and by laws, history, minutes, treasurer’s reports, budgets, member directories, correspondence, applications, yearbooks, awards and certificates, seminar and workshop information, news clippings, photographs, and publications.