Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Autograph Collection is a series of materials acquired and curated by the University of South Florida library, including correspondence, photographs, and assorted signatures.The second series in this collection consists of 49 personal autograph books from the United States, with two books written in the German language.
Belle Lechner Wilson photograph collection
This collection consists of assorted black and white photographs of a personal nature and studio postcards. Images mostly consists of portraits or groups of people. Also included are scenes of the following nature: beaches, boats and boating, outdoors, buildings, street scenes, churches, military portraits, etc. An inventory list is included with the collection that provides specific metadata, when available, at the item level.
Bobby Smith photograph collection
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.
Dianora Niccolini collection
George G. Morgan stereograph collection
Ivy Bigbee collection
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.
Len Prince collection
Tampa Zine Fest Public Library
Zine is a shortened version of magazine or fanzine, with a focus on self-publishing and Do It Youself (D.I.Y.) aesthetics. Zines are anti-copyright and are not for profit. Special Collections at the University of South Florida is now functioning as a repository for the Tampa Zine Library, which was established in conjunction with the Tampa Zine Fest in 2012. This particular collection reflects a mixture of donations, personal acquisitions, and zines that were featured at Tampa Zine Fest.
USF photograph collection
Wamsley Collection of Spanish American War photographs
Photographs taken by Othar Cortland Wamsley, a soldier with the 157th Indiana Volunteer Regiment in Tampa and Port Tampa during the Spanish-American War, 1898. Wamsley contracted malaria in Tampa and never got to Cuba. Photographs in the collection relate to military sites, ports, and local affairs.