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This collection consists of the professional papers of Isabel M. Harris, a music instructor who taught at historically Black schools in Tampa.
This collection consists of a book of poetry entitled Snowy Egret Suite, given to Stetson Kennedy, a Florida author, folklorist, and historian. Also included in this collection is a copy of Ivy Bigbee: Fables for our time, from the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, “Ivy Bigbee: Stilled Lives,” an artist statement, and miscellaneous photographs.
The collection documents the professional and political career of J. Allison DeFoor II. Also in the collection are DeFoor's extensive research files relating to his ancestor, Florida pioneer Odet Philippe [1775 - 1869].
A collection of personal documents, writings, photographs and negatives of J. Mason Gray, Florida Historical Site researcher.
Research materials, photographs, interviews, and notes compiled by former USF professor Jack B. Moore.
The Jack Gantos collection consists of archival materials, typescripts, and published materials donated by Gantos, a children’s and young adult author. Cataloged materials, including books, advanced reader copies, and audiobooks are hyperlinked to records available in the USF Libraries catalog.
The collection contains materials documenting the career of Florida landscape architect Jack O. Holmes and consists of business records, landscape planting plans, photographs and slides of Holmes' work, schematic designs and specifications. The collection primarily consists of photographs divided into businesses and residences. Some of the photographs are mounted. Many of the photographs include hand written notes.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Jack Walton and his family.
A collection of correspondence, financial documents and other ephemera related to the Jackson Family of Tampa, Florida.
The papers of Jacqueline Woodson, an American author of award-winning works of juvenile literature.
Collection includes envelopes, printed postal covers, and other postal history ephemera collected by Mr. James A. Stansel of Tampa. Covering the period 1931 to 1988, the material bears numerous postmarks and other postal markings [”Buy Defense Bond” stampings, etc.]. The bulk of the materials originated in Tampa, although postmarks for other Florida locales and a few non-Florida cities are also represented.
This collection documents the personal and professional lives of E. James Tokley and Joanna Tokley and includes original poetry written by James Tokley, photographs, and documents related to Joanna Tokley's work with the Urban League of Hillsborough County.
The James J. Harkins collection is composed of materials relating to personal associations, Irish history, Catholic Heritage Trail, geneology, etc.
Printed materials related to Kynes’ political campaign for Florida’s State Attorney General in 1964; items primarily include newspaper clippings, press releases and political correspondence.
The Jan K. Platt Papers focus on environmental concerns, regional development, operating budgets, and public services, such as libraries and welfare, within Hillsborough County. This collection also includes correspondence, memorandum, and reports from the numerous boards, authorities, and commissions that Platt chaired and served on, in addition to miscellaneous campaign ephemera.
Printed materials, correspondence, photographs, and slides related to Van De Bogart’s travels to and lifelong interest in Cuba. The collection also includes an official US State Department letter and other documents related to Van De Bogart’s efforts to retain her passport.
The Janice Josephine Carney collection includes professional and person papers related to the life career, and LGBTQ+ activism of Carney. Material relates to Carney's service during the Vietnam War as well as her work in supporting other transgender veterans. Also included is material realted to Carney's writing career as a memoirist, poet, and playwright.
Materials documenting JCAHO accreditation and regulation procedures for the Florida Mental Health Institute between 1985 and 1996.
The collection consists of title abstracts relating to the Rohrer’s property in Tampa. Also includes Rohrer’s journal (ca. 1916 - ca.1959) which contains an account of the 1921 Tampa hurricane and an account of the flood resulting from the breaking of the Hillsborough River dam in 1933.
Collection primarily consists of published articles and papers presented at conferences, meetings, and symposiums. The majority of the articles in the collection have been deaccessioned due to statewide availability and duplication. Joe Knetsch's curriculum vitae is also included.
Collection includes letters and Victory Mail (V-mail) written by John A. Branch to his wife Grace while he was stationed with the Army in Europe during World War II. Also includes are letters written before the couple married, letters written while Mr. Branch was recuperating from war injuries, photos, and miscellaneous papers.
The John C. Setlow collection consists of materials on Jewish involvement in the New Deal Government and world economy. The writings are anti-Semitic in nature.
John Donaldson (1902-1955) was a political economist. He held a number of academic teaching positions and prestigious government committee appointments during his career.