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Materials related to George S. Gandy's business activities in Florida, mid-1900s-1940s.
Editorial cartoons from the Tampa Morning Tribune, which became the Tampa Tribune, ranging from the 1940s to the 1960s. Topics covered World War Two, national politics, Florida politics, and Tampa culture.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Domenic "Don" Valenti Giunta, as well as documents related to the Giunta family farm of Ybor City.
This collection includes articles, a biography, lesson plans, brochures, newspaper clippings, correspondence, contest information and contest entries. Also included are materials from the Suncoast Young Authors Conference, the "Tell Me A Story" writing contest sponsored by IBM and Good Housekeeping, and the Harper Collins Children's Books "Favorite Teacher" Writing Contest.
The bulk of this collection consists of photographs and printed materials, such as personal correspondence, marriage certificates, and deeds. Items of particular interest include: numerous photographs of Jose, Carmen and Jose González, Jr.; the marriage certificate of Jose González y Fernandez and Carmen Yraolo; a World War I draft card exempting Jose González from service due to “residential alien” status (Class V); and three personal diaries.
Business records of Stayers & Company and the Goody Goody Sandwich shop. Also includes certificate of incorporation, ledgers, check stubs, and transaction records. As a whole, the collection covers 1929 to roughly 1950, but the transaction records span from 1934 to 1946.
This collection consists of scrapbooks, uniforms, photographs, slides, news clippings, textbooks, bulletins, nursing dolls, and minutes of the Alumnae Association, dated 1940-1969.
Primarily consists of aerial photograph negatives (4” x 5”; b&w); also includes one box of photographic prints, 7 logbooks (circa 1949- 1963), and one aerial photography camera.
The letters and documents contained in the collection are written in German, with select forms of address, terminology, and dates written in Latin. Documents are penned in Kurrent/Kurrentschrift, a form of German-language cursive handwriting employed during the period.
A collection of drafts, notes, correspondence, etc. for written works of Graham Salisbury.
This collection consits of research material from author and graphic novelist Greg Neri, best known as a writer for young adults.Material included is relaetd to the following publiations: Grand Theft Horse, Tru & Nelle: A Christmas Tale, and When Paulie Met Artie.
Collection consists of Greville Rickard’s architectural drawings for additions to the Mediterranean-style residence of Mr. William Slocum Bartow in Great Neck, Long Island. (Bartow was the mayor of Kings Point from 1924-1940). Today, the building houses the American Merchant Marine Museum.
The papers of USF English Professor Joan Kaywell related to young adult literature.
The collection consists of syndicated newspaper clippings, ephemera, correspondence, brochures, photographs, and articles written about the various places and people of Florida.
This collection contains approximately 16,100 postcards that represent Florida's culture, environment and history. Postcards depict a variety of images, such as beaches, streets, hotels and government buildings, plants, landmarks, and tourist attractions. The collection primarily consists of postcards from the first half of the twentieth century. Many have been postmarked and mailed.
The collection consists of Juergensen’s literary manuscripts, drawings, translations, newspaper clippings, notes, and publications. Original manuscripts included in the collection are: The Broken Jug (1977), Existential Canon and Other Poems (1965), Florida Montage (1966), From the Divide (1967-1968), Journey toward the Roots (1976), Points of Departure (undated), and The Record of a Green Planet (1982).
The papers of civil rights leader Harold Nathaniel Reddick includes awards, correspondence, newspaper articles, interviews, and documents.
The collection primarily consists of materials related to Mullen's ownership of the Florida Trend magazine and the Ybor Square development. These materials include correspondence, speeches, photos, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks. Most correspondence from 1977-1982 details the development of the Ybor City district in Tampa, Florida and Ybor Square.
This collection contains numerous road maps of Florida from a variety of oil companies, including Texaco, Sunoco, Standard Oil, the Atlantic Richfield Company, and others.
This collection primarily consists of typescripts, setting copies, and copyedited proofs of many of Harrison’s published and unpublished works as well as a small amount of correspondence. Coverage of short stories dates from 1964-1987; coverage of novels dates from 1996-2002; correspondence dates from 1972-2004. Editorial notation is prevalent throughout the collection.
Harry K. Hudson, the Boys' Book collector who was one the sources for many of USF's resources in its Children's and Young Adult Literature Collections, was an avid collector of adventure novels, particularly serialized boys' books.
The collection contains ledgers belonging to the Havana Amercian Company. Also included in the collection are minutes of meetings and financial details from the company.
Contents of the collection include a marriage certificate, warranty deeds, and other papers belonging to Ignacio and Fannie Haya, dating from 1874 to 1932. The papers relate primarily to the management, purchase, and sale of properties belonging to Sanchez and Haya Real Estate.
A politician, Helen Gordon Davis served in the Florida Legislature from 1974-1992. Long active in civic affairs, she was a charter member of the Hillsborough League of Women Voters and the first woman from Hillsborough County elected to the Florida Legislature.