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Photographs, articles, awards, memorabilia and other documents related to the Cotman Family. Illinoy Cotman was the oldest African American resident in Archer, Florida who could recite details from the Rosewood massacre of 1922. Her son, Henry Earl Cotman was one of the first African American students to graduate from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 1970.
Correspondence and business papers relating to activities of David Levy Yulee, territorial delegate to Congress, U.S. Senator from Florida, and founder of the Florida Railroad Company.
Campaign materials used by campus political parties and student candidates at the University of Florida.
Scrapbook containing clippings, photographs, postcards and memorabilia documenting Elmer Banks Clark's graduation from the Adelphi Academy in New York in 1930 through his graduate school days at the University of Florida from 1931 to 1937.
Prints and negatives of people, places and events in Wellsburg, West Virginia, central Florida, and the University of Florida.
Ledgers and other volumes pertaining to Gainesville (Fla.) area businesses.
Architectural drawings of significant Mid-Century Modern properties in Gainesville and Alachua County, Florida, which were collected and preserved by Gainesville Modern, Inc.
Plans for private residences and commercial buildings in Gainesville and elsewhere in north Florida.
Architectural drawings created by architect Harry Cline Merritt Jr. These include perspectives, process drawings, and construction documents for residences, churches, and commercial buildings in Florida, Maine, Virginia, North Carolina, and Japan. This collection also includes slides from several student studio projects taught by Merritt while at the University of Florida.