Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection primarily consists of photographs taken by queer photographer Bobby Smith in the 1950s and 60s. The photos depict scenes of gatherings of queer folks in homes and clubs, giving researchers a rare view of queer life and culture in Florida during the mid-20th century.
A collection of photographs of the Chapman family (Shaw and Wiley) from 1880 until before the advent of the Second World War. Included in the collection are numerous images, negatives, and some documents pertaining to the life of the family when the family lived in Tampa, Florida in the early years of the 20th Century.
This collection primarily consists of realia that belonged to Daddy Wayne and moving images pertaining to the El Goya where he worked as a bartender.
Primarily includes organizational records, documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ+ community, more generally, as well as organizational records of the Greater Tampa Bay Pride Organization, Inc. Also included are videos and realia associated with the LGBTQ+ community’s activities.
The papers of Edith Daly, a lesbian activist who co-founded the Women's Energy Bank, a group based in Pinellas County that supported progressive political causes and published the monthly newsletter Womyn's Words.
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.
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 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.
Former Tampa Mayor, collection consisting of speeches, photographs, newspaper clippings and ephemera. Lane served as mayor begining in 1959 until 1963.
One box of primarily black and white photographs of Tampa, including twelve 8” X 10” photos and 31 photos of varying sizes. Also includes two holograph letters written by Schulz to Leland Hawes.
The William L. Lamb Cassadaga artifacts collection consists of materials related to spiritualism and the Lighthouse Church of Truth in Tampa.
The collection includes some printed programs and catalogs from the club’s shows and exhibitions but is mostly comprised of handwritten meeting minutes, ledgers, and membership rosters.
Collection includes handmade, bound books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry written and illustrated by elementary school children (grades kindergarten to 5).
The William and Edna Hodges collection is comprised of materials ranging from photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, playbills, pamplets and miscellaneous documents. These materials mostly document their interests in various theatres and concerts in the Tampa Bay Area, but they also document productions they viewed in New York City and other parts of the United States.