07. P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History
Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Alma and Ralph Duvall in St. Augustine, Florida to their daughter Glorian at the Lasell Seminary School in Newton, Massachusetts during the 1927 winter season. The correspondence provides a detailed account of the Duvall's Florida adventures along with ample advice and direction to their boarding school daughter.
Biographical summaries created by E. Ashby Hammond in preparing his book, The Medical Profession in 19th Century Florida: A Biographical Register.
A printed transcript of Colonel Earl W. Edwards' participation in World War II with the 22nd Infantry Regiment.
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.
Notes of Seminole War fort locations; photocopied originals of scouting reports, diaries, correspondence from the National Archives and typed transcriptions; photos of Seminoles. Compiled by Edward T. Keenan and Thomas Brown.
Lawson was a prominent amateur historian in the St. Augustine Historical Society. The collection contains his research, correspondence, unofficial society meeting minutes, and assorted legal documents.
Papers and personal correspondence between Edythe Stuart Floyd and family members and friends of the Floyd family of Marion County, Jacksonville, and St. Augustine, who were intermarried with the Whitsett family of southern California. Letters from Albert W. Gilchrist form part of correspondence.
Case records related to The Seminole Indians of Florida v. The United States before the Indian Claims Commission. Specifically, these records pertain to a 1976 petition for attorney fees to be awarded to Effie Knowles.
Election returns copied from courthouse records and newspapers.