Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Surveyor and mathematician. Correspondence, maps, charts, and reports of astronomical observations chiefly concerning Ellicott's work in surveying the boundary between the United States and Florida under the San Lorenzo Treaty (1795) and also his surveys of the city of Washington, the boundary between Georgia and South Carolina, the town of Presque Isle (later Erie), Pennsylvania, and the boundary between the United States and Canada under the Treaty of Ghent (1814). Other subjects include international politics, Indian affairs, and the Blount conspiracy (1797).
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Physician, educator, and abolitionist. Correspondence and other papers relating to the work of Hawks and her husband caring for sick and wounded soldiers, including African Americans, in South Carolina during the Civil War, and as a teacher of African Americans in South Carolina and Florida during the Civil War and Reconstruction era.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Diplomatic, military, economic, judicial, legal, and administrative records of the Spanish colonial government of East Florida for the period of its second occupation, 1783-1821. Includes royal orders and decrees, census and other vital records, and papers relating to such matters as trade and shipping, surveys, hospitals, Indians, slaves, and Louisiana.
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
The Dignity Collection contains both local, regional, and national materials related to the Dignity organization. This organization focuses on providing religious, social, and support services for LGBT Catholics. As an activist group, Dignity campaigns for greater awareness of LGBT rights and concerns. This collection contains writings and records from Dignity Suncoast or Tampa Bay, Dignity Region IV, and DignityUSA. Examples of items include: manuscripts, newsletters, correspondence, pamphlets and some cassettes discussing LGBT issues.
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
Scope and Contents This collection primarily contains business documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and realia related to the Moody family.
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
The Roy Robin Lewis Collection contains books, reports, and field note books pertaining to environmental factors in South Florida, dates range from 1957- 1963.
Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Correspondence, autobiography by Dr. William McKibben (b. 1874), a pediatrician, of Coral Gables, Fla., poems, scrapbooks, photos, and other items of or relating to members of Ayars and McKibben families, Florida politics, and daily life in southern Florida, especially Dade County
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Personal papers consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, newspaper clippings, published articles, poetry, and materials pertaining to the editing and publication of his books, Seed in the Wind (1960); The Longest Strike (1975); his biography of Ed Ball; and John Holliday Perry: Florida Press Lord (1974); together with copies of unpublished short stories and books and research files on Edward Ball, the Griffith and Miller family genealogy, John Holliday Perry, the Escambia County Local Government Study Commission (1966), the Santa Rosa Free Press, and Jimmy Carter's campaign for the U.S. presidency (1974-1976). Subjects include Florida newspapers, Random House, Inc., Louis F. Wolfson, Florida National Banks, and the Florida East Coast Railroad. Correspondents include Alben W. Barkley, Braden Ball, James Branch Cabell, Warren Fuller, Claude Pepper, Robert L.F. Sikes, and Millard Caldwell
University of West Florida, Special Collections Dept.
Microfilm of the Archives nationales de France fonds des colonies serie C13A, v. 1-53, covering French occupation of North America, 1694-1819. Filmed as a part of the Louisiana Colonial Records Project in 1980, the C13A series covers reports, letters, maps, and other materials on the French settlement and colonization of Louisiana, West Florida, Pensacola, upper Mississippi River Valley, Illinois Terrtory, Canada, and other areas of North America. Includes considerable data on settlements, Indians, transportation, forts, shipwrecks, battles and war, Jesuit activity, and troop movements; together with select folios of records from the archives of Santo Domingo (ADC 1 and 2), maps of Fort CondeĢ and Fort Charlotte (Mobile), excerpts from Mobile newspapers (1821-1824), and photographs of manuscripts which include letters on William Augustus Bowles, Alexander McGillivray, Creek Indian activities at Pensacola, and John Forbes. Also includes photocopies of the papers (1820-1823) of Abraham ... Read More
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Personal and business papers including legal case and collection files (1900-1918) including those as a law agent for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (1914-1917); real estate transaction papers both as an administrator of real estate and trusts; records of organizations and companies where Blount was an officer or director, including records of the Bayou Chico Land Company (1941-1963), Children's Home Society of Florida, Pensacola branch (1940-1955), Florida Crippled Children's Commission (1930), Federal Home Loan Bank of Greensboro (1952-1956), Gulf Power Company (1950-1968), Institute of Government (1946-1948), Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association and its predecessors (1920-1975), Pensacola Rotary Club (1940-1947), Savage Turpentine Company (1900-1968), United States Savings and Loan League (1944-1950), and Visiting Nurse Association of Pensacola (1944-1954); together with genealogical and biographical material about the Blount family in Florida and North Carolina, ... Read More