Ybor City (Tampa, Fla.)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Publications, photographs, postcards, cigar labels, maps, realia, manuscripts, diaries, printed ephemera, artifacts, and other materials documenting the history of Tampa, Florida and its vicinity, with particular emphasis on the area’s Cuban, Spanish, and Italian immigrant communities of Ybor City and West Tampa.
The collection consists of the organized materials left behind by Armando Mendez following his research for his book Ciudad De Cigars: West Tampa (1994). The materials cover the tobacco industry and provide information and photographs relating to dozens of factories representing dozens of companies. There are also materials related to West Tampa historic places and people, such as former mayors, schools, and churches.
This collection consists of records related to the Columbia Restaurant, owned and operated by the Gonzmart family. Also included are personal records related to the Gonzmart family.
The collection consists of syndicated newspaper clippings, ephemera, correspondence, brochures, photographs, and articles written about the various places and people of Florida.
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.
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.
Contains proposals, correspondence, title search reports, tax information, affidavits and pictures of the renovation of the hospital.
This collection consists of the records of the Historic Tampa-Hillsborough County Preservation Board.
The bulk of the collection documents the life and career of Dr. José Ramon Avellanal, a prominent Ybor City physician and founder of El Bien Publico Clinic. Among the papers are biographical materials, correspondence, patents, estate papers, and documents pertaining to Dr. Avellanal's medical practice, drug store businesses, Public Welfare Company, and other ventures.
The records of the Latin Quarter Art Gallery consist of correspondence, exhibition and sale agreements, newsletters, press releases, schedules, programs, planning information, financial records, notes, reports, and ephemera. Requests for financial assistance are also included, as well as appraisal, insurance, and sales information for an oil painting entitled "Friedland, 1807."
The bulk of this collection includes manuscripts and revised typescripts for the Florida edition of the American Guide series produced by the Works Progress Administration.
Contents of the collection include financial records, event and planning information, grant information, correspondence, publicity materials, and insurance information.