JOR. Journalism, Broadcasting, News Media
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Subject files, background notes, interviews, talks, and copies of articles and columns from the noted Miami Herald journalist Al Burt, author of Becalmed in the Mullet Latitudes, Al Burt's Florida, Tropic of Cracker, and other works.
Manuscripts, drafts, research notes, clippings, newspapers, photographs, books, flyers, and correspondence documenting various political events during the 20th century in the Caribbean and Latin American region by photographer and journalist Andrew St. George.
Letters to Caleb King as an editorial writer at the Florida Times-Union (arranged in a scrapbook), and other correspondence.
Papers relating to Charles H. Jones's role in drafting the 1892 and 1896 Democratic Party platforms, his career in journalism, as well as his correspondence to family and friends.
The L'Engle Papers contain materials relating to L'Engle's career as a newspaper editor and politician in Florida.
Lecture and research notes on the history of journalism in Florida. Among his research notes are two public opinion surveys on the reading, listening, and viewing habits of Gainesville residents and a history of Sigma Delta Chi at UF.
This collection consists of material used in a documentary on the bombing of Harry T. Moore's home in Mims, Florida, in December 1951. The film was entitled Freedom Never Dies: The Legacy of Harry T. Moore.
This collection details John D. Pennekamp's environmental career, particularly his conservation efforts in South Florida during the 1960s, as well as some of his work for the Miami Herald.
Printed copies of newspaper articles and e-mail correspondence from Lee Bidgood, Jr., environmentalist and columnist for the Observer based in New Smyrna Beach, FL.