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This collection contains selections from Helene Steer-Saxby’s published and unpublished sheet music, concert programs featuring her music, watercolor sketches, photographs of Helen and William Steer-Saxby, and miscellaneous writings.
This collection consists of the personal papers and letters of Henry A. Dobson, a soldier during the Spanish-American War.
Contains proposals, correspondence, title search reports, tax information, affidavits and pictures of the renovation of the hospital.
Collection of three scrapbooks created by Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Cole.
Personal and professional papers of attorney Herbert S. Phillips.
A large portion of this collection relates to the years that Louise and Alberta Hester spent at Hillsborough High School, with misc. assorted personal materials.
A collection of court documents from 1833 - 1923 for Hillsborough County, Florida.
Collection consists of the research files of the Hillsborough County Department of Museums developed under the Florida Maritime Research Grant, or PSE VI. The files contain photographs, news articles, brochures, pamphlets, publications, directories, book listings, and other materials. The content of the files covers a wide range of subjects, including steamboats, historic ships, shipwrecks, the commercial fishing industry, the Port of Tampa, and the Tampa Port Authority.
A collection of records, slides, and financial papers concerning the Hillsborough County Federation of Women's Clubs from 1919-1979.
Documents generated and collected by the Hillsborough County League of Women Voters between 1921 and 1980.
The collection covers materials used during the 1964 Hillsborough County Local Government Study Commission.
This collection is composed of press/news clippings that detail the history of the Hillsborough County School District.
This collection contains materials from the Himes family of Tampa, representing the local government and volunteer activities of Elizabeth Himes; John Rutland Himes, her husband; William F. Himes, her father-in-law; and the Himes children, Sara Allen and John Fraser.
This collection consists of the records of the Historic Tampa-Hillsborough County Preservation Board.
Papers of Dixie Hollins family and estate, focusing on business records related to holdings in St. Petersburg and Crystal River areas of Florida, primarily from the 1920s until the 1980s. These business interests include the Pasadena Golf/Country Club, St. Petersburg Printing Company, various municipal bonds, residential properties, and especially the Hollinswood Ranch estate situated near Crystal River, Florida.
Contains a variety of published and unpublished material that relates to the Jewish Holocaust and Armenian Genocide. Examples of materials include: letters, periodicals, personal narratives, etc.
The Holocaust and Genocide Studies collection is comprised of books, pamphlets, and photographs focused on the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, and genocide in the African Lakes region including Rwanda.
This collection includes reports, minutes, financial records, resident files, discharge index, and service files.
Comprises materials from six of her major works including draft and final typescripts of novels, autographed color and black and white sketches and prints, character sketches, thumbnails, watercolors, rough and final art, publishers proofs, as well as materials from short comics published in the New York Times and miscellaneous art. Final art preserves the artists working order.
The collection includes renderings of land use plans, mass transit and surface road plans; drainage and sewage plans, public hearing drafts, and notes from public hearings. Some printed items and publications have been removed from the collection and cataloged separately.
Personal materials relating to Wilsky's life in athletics and civic affairs.
A collection of assorted materials related to Iain Lawrence's life and career as a children's novelist.
The collection includes annual and semi-annual reports, memos, property holding records, inventories, histories, correspondence, memoranda, and publications (1903 to the 1920s). Photographs (1904 to c. 1972) depict company structures and mining and dredging operations in Florida. Also includes records of the segregated public schools for White and African American children in the “company town” of Pierce (1936-1943).
Collection of clippings, advertisements, brochures, and ephemera pertaining to international bathhouses, saunas, gyms, clubs, and other facilities that serve the LGBTQ+ community.