Grand Army of the Republic Eustis Post No. 4 (Eustis, Fla.).
State Archives of Florida
The collection contains a microfilm copy of the minutes of the Eustis Post No. 4 of the Grand Army of the Republic, Eustis, Florida, from 1884 to 1923. It documents the decisions and activities of the Post in remembering the Union veterans of the Civil War, providing benefits to veterans, and promoting patriotism
Cassette 1. Ted Shawn gives a tour of his home and discusses how to interest boys in dance; dance in the public schools; the aesthetics of dance -- Cassette 2. Ted Shawn discusses his beginnings as a dancer; the educational value of dance; the Delsarte system; dance as therapy
Cassette 1. Ted Shawn discusses religious dancing; the civic ballet movement; the early years of Ruth St. Denis; his books -- Cassette 2. Ted Shawn discusses the school at Jacob's Pillow; the New York Public Library Dance Collection; Delsarte technique; his comments to be used for the television film Dance we must
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Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, speeches, writings, reports, orders, printed matter, maps, charts, photographs, and other papers relating to Summerall's military and academic career. Relates primarily to Summerall's World War I service as field commander of the U.S. Army's 1st Division and other American Expeditionary Forces units in France. Also documents his presidency of Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, Charleston, S.C.; political activity in Florida; and retirement in Eustis, Fla. Includes two letters written to David Taylor Morgan by George Henry Preble and William T. Sherman. Summerall's correspondents include Newton Diehl Baker, Albert Jesse Bowley, Robert Lee Bullard, Arthur Capper, Hugh Aloysius Drum, Duncan Upshaw Fletcher, James G. Harbord, Patrick J. Hurley, Douglas MacArthur, Robert Rutherford McCormick, Frank Parker, John J. Pershing, Philippe Pétain, Theodore Roosevelt, and Charles A. Vandenberg
Consists of only a small amount of correspondence and writings, including incoming letters, 1886 to 1892, received during Webber's years as a student, and incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1912 to 1946, from his years as a professor at the University of California. Prominent correspondents include Walter T. Swingle, L.R. Abrams, J.B. Ellis, David Fairchild, W.L. Howard, A.E. Jenkins, W.L. Jepson, Theo. S. Kellogg, William Trelease, H.B. Tukey, and George Vasey, among others. Webber's writings relate chiefly to his studies of citrus in Calif. and Florida, travels to South Africa, and on the general subject of botanical gardens, but also include memoirs of Harold Clark Powell, Field Marshall Smuts of South Africa, and Thomas Topswain of Cornell University. A detailed biographical sketch presented in June 1946 before the Synapsis Club, Riverside, Calif. is accompanied by Webber's own autobiographical sketches