AAC. African Americans, Civil Rights, Enslavement
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the life and career of African American educator, A. Quinn Jones, his wife Frederica Jones, and the African American community in Gainesville, Florida, concentrating on Lincoln High School and the Greater Bethel AME Church.
Correspondence and miscellaneous materials relating to personal liberty, civil rights, crime and criminals, desegregation of schools, and women.
Papers and photographs related to the career of Atkins Warren, the first African American chief of police for Gainesville, Florida. Aspects of his career covered include his time with the St. Louis Police Department, with the Gainesville Police Department, and with the U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service, as well as his presidency and service with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE).
Contains the correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, history of, and budget and financial information of the Black Student Union at the University of Florida. Also includes information on events and programming put on by the Black Student Union.
Business records of Chase and Company and affiliates, as well as the personal correspondence of members of the Chase Family and family genealogical records.
Burial records, photographs, cemetery maps, funeral service programs, and minutes from the Florida Morticians Association Inc.
Establishing records, minutes, handbooks, reports, publications, program flyers, and other organizational records belonging to the Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Subject files created by Howard Jay Friedman during his service with the Florida Department of Education, primarily news clippings pertaining to public education in Florida.