07. P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History
Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
Monthly reports and supplementary letters from Rev. Alexander Linn to the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church detailing expenses, salary due, and noteworthy events from his missionary work in Florida. The collection also includes a set of hand-tinted glass lantern slides that accompanied a lecture Linn gave about the Seminole Indians.
Receipts, vouchers, freight lists, and correspondence addressed to Alonzo B. Noyes, a Collector of Customs and a Superintendent of Lights during the American Civil War.
Branch histories/scrapbooks, directories, newsletters, meeting minutes, and other records from the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Gainesville, Florida Branch.
Correspondence, subjects files, newsletters, and other records from the Florida Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Reports, background papers, summaries, newspaper clippings, and meeting notes produced by the Committee for Visions for the Future of Gainesville and Alachua County as part of the Florida Legislature's 1985 Act (House Bill 1408).
Papers relating to Morgan's work as a civil engineer and to the Dayton Morgan Engineering Company's various water control projects throughout Florida, in particular to drainage of the Everglades.
Small collection of papers from the files of former University of Florida history professor Arthur Funk. Features World War II artwork by Funk, AV from oral history interviews and copies of published articles written by Funk.
Letters describing the Confederate and Union dispositions around Pensacola at the beginning of the Civil War. A personal diary including poems and accounts from the frontlines in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
Papers relating to forestry, naval stores, and the turpentine industry in Florida.
The correspondence, telegrams, receipts, and miscellaneous materials of Austin Shuey Mann, Florida attorney, agriculturist, and state representative.