Citrus fruit industry.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Business records of Chase and Company and affiliates, as well as the personal correspondence of members of the Chase Family and family genealogical records.
Records and correspondence of Edwin Smith, who operated a store in Federal Point, Florida.
Personal and business records of G.D. Jackson, his wife, Lily, and daughter, Marion Jackson. The collection includes correspondence, ledgers, photos, receipts and other miscellaneous materials. Topics include steamboats, the postal service, and the citrus industry. The family resided mainly in Eustis, Florida.
This collections contains packaging labels for citrus, lemons, and other products from approximately the 1930s to 1950s.
Note cards used by Morita Mason Clark for her thesis, "The Development of the Citrus Industry in Florida before 1895."
Writings, speeches, correspondence, subject files, reports and photographs of Peter Henry Rolfs, former Dean of the UF College of Agriculture (1915-1920), Director of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station (1906-1920), and Director of the Escola Superior de Agricultura e Veterinaria, in Viscosa, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
In 1881 Pliny Reasoner, just turned eighteen years of age, arrived in Manatee County, Florida, from his home in the Midwest. Over the next seven years, he built Royal Palm Nurseries, an enterprise that would become Florida’s longest established nursery business. This collection documents the founding and early history of Royal Palm Nurseries and contains a run of the nursery catalogs that provide information on early horticulture and the introduction of new plants to Florida.
The papers contain the correspondence, writings (both prose and poetry), photographs, and cards of long-time Florida journalist, Russell Kay.
Records of the South Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Association including meeting minutes, shipping registers, and disbursements covering six decades in the history of the association.