Florida -- Gainesville.
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the life and career of African American educator, A. Quinn Jones, his wife Frederica Jones, and the African American community in Gainesville, Florida, concentrating on Lincoln High School and the Greater Bethel AME Church.
Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (Charles E. Young)
Administrative records of Charles E. Young, tenth president of the University of Florida.
Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (John James Tigert)
Administrative records of John James Tigert, third president of the University of Florida, including correspondence, memoranda, building construction records, reports, committee minutes, and other records.
Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (John V. Lombardi)
Administrative records of John V. Lombardi, ninth president of the University of Florida.
News clippings, correspondence, program booklets, DVD tapes, and other documents, related to local Black history in Alachua County, Florida.
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.
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).
Collection of letters Bessie Cantrell had received from Israeli Prime Ministers Golda Meir and Menachem Begin and Minister of Defence Moshe Dayan.
This collection houses over 50 photographs of Gainesville families in front of their homes in the 1890s. Most of the works are noted to be by "Carter of Canada." Though no further designation of the photographer is given, it is likely to be William Webster Carter of Ontario, Canada.