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This collection contains assorted over-sized illustrations and graphics for a number of topics of Florida's history.
This collection of documents is an artifical collection of historic materials collected by Special Collections. Included is correspondence, land deeds, finanicals, and assorted documents.
The collection contains land titles from various areas in the Hillsborough County, Florida region for subdivisions such as the Corona subdivision, Elizabeth Court, Beach Park and others.
This collection contains records related to the operations of the Florida Library Association, such as minutes, treasurer’s reports, conference planning and programs, and committee activities.
Administrative records of the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health, 1970-1989.
This collection consists of menus and ephemera materials from Florida restaurants. Also included are menus from non-Florida locations.
Administrative and promotional materials created by the Forest Hills/Lake Magdalene Civi Club
This collection consists of awards, certificates, medals, newspaper clippings, correspondence, fight programs, fight gear, promotional photographs and posters.
This collection contains slides showcasing the natural habitat of the Tampa Bay Area, along with local bird life.
The collection has been divided into the following two series: Crystal River Land Acquisition Records and Pool Construction. The collection contains deeds, blueprints, a scrapbook of correspondences and newspaper clippings.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Frederick B. Karl, a Florida Supreme Court Justice and State Senator.
The collection consists of correspondence between Frederick Lewis Lewton and his family and friends circa 1883-1898.
The Pohl Papers are comprised principally of manuscripts, drafts, notes, proofs, and other documents relating to science fiction and nonfiction works written by Frederik Pohl. The collection also includes correspondence, speeches given by Mr. Pohl, and reviews of his publications. Although the earliest items date from 1952, most of the materials range from the early 1970s through 2005.
This collection consists of collected Thomas Nast engravings sourced from Harper’s Weekly. Included are full editions of Harper’s Weekly, as well as individual clippings solely featuring Nast’s illustrations. Several images have been mounted and framed on matboard. Nast’s cartoons are political and social in nature, commenting on mid to late 19th century American affairs. Items in the collection range from 1862-1885.
Includes materials related to the organizational structure and functionality of the club, club building, and affiliated organizations. Primarily consists of committee reports, yearbooks, member records, and scrapbooks detailing approximately 30 years of the organization’s civic interests.
A collection of books, magazines, newsclippings, and ephemera relating to the gay surfer image in printed form.