Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Agenda files maintained by University of Florida Presidents for meetings of the State of Florida Board of Control (now Board of Regents).
Emanuel Merdinger (1906-1997) was a chemist, Holocaust survivor, and professor. This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, school IDs, diplomas, and an autobiography. The autobiography contains the English translation of the letters Merdinger exchanged with Albert Speer, a former high ranking Nazi official.
Gilbert Dennis Kingsbury was important during the beginning of institutionalized education in Florida as first principal of the East Florida Seminary in Ocala (1853). This collection contains portions of his correspondences, speeches, and lectures.
Miscellaneous papers relating to higher education in Florida, and the state universities in particular.
Collection contains scrapbooks presented to James L. Wattenbarger on the history of Florida's Community Colleges, on his receipt of the 1987 Leadership award from the Association of American Community and Junior Colleges, and in tribute of his career. Also includes publications by Wattenbarger that demonstrate his outline for creating the modern community college system in Florida.
Minutes of meetings of the faculty of the Teachers College and Normal School, predecessor to the College of Education.
Papers of Philip Keyes Yonge as a member of the Florida Board of Control and Florida State Plant Board.
Minutes of the Florida State Normal School faculty for 1897-1905, student examination scores, student graduation dates, daily programs (class schedules), and other records.