Subject Source: Fast
Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS Coll. 135
Abstract Samuel Proctor was an American historian, a pioneer in the field of oral history, and the founder and first director of the University of Florida's oral history program.
Identifier: Ms Coll. 036
Abstract Manuscripts for several works, some unpublished, on geographic studies of Florida and Eastern Europe. Correspondence related to his termination, correspondence with Wallace W. Atwood, President of Clark University.
Identifier: Ms 095
Abstract Correspondence, diaries, and other papers and relics of Winston J.T. Stephens (1820-1864)- plantation owner, militia officer, and Confederate army officer; his wife, Octavia Bryant Stephens (1841-1908); and other family members including Henry H. Bryant (1847-1930), Davis H. Bryant (1839-1913), and William A. Bryant (1837-1881). Topics include the Civil War in Florida, military service, the Battle of Olustee, plantation life, slavery, and conditions along the St. Johns River during the mid-19th...
Dates: 1664-1989; Majority of material found within 1836-1931
Identifier: Ms 182
Abstract Notes, typescripts, correspondence and photographs regarding the history of Jacksonville, Duval County and the North Florida region.
Identifier: MS Group 096
Abstract Research material collected and written by Theodore "Ted" R. Crom for his books on horological tools.
Identifier: Series 088
Abstract Letterbooks containing outgoing letters from the staff of the University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station.
Identifier: Series 144
Abstract Campus planning documents for the University of Florida.
Identifier: MS Group 075
Abstract Duplicates of documents, dated 1871-1900, including communiques, manuscripts, correspondence, reports, and other documents. Research materials of C. C. Goslinga for a book about smuggling.
Identifier: MS Group 228
Abstract The William Crosbie Estate Papers include correspondence concerning his estate and also his agent/manager, John Otto Bayer's land in Antigua.
Identifier: Ms 022
Abstract Two small pocket diaries and personal and official correspondence of Davenport, who saw service in Florida during the Second Seminole War.