Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Lawson was a prominent amateur historian in the St. Augustine Historical Society. The collection contains his research, correspondence, unofficial society meeting minutes, and assorted legal documents.
These documents pertain to British and Spanish colonial activities in East Florida and West Florida. They were selected from the Public Records Office in Kew, England, by Dr. Lockey.
Correspondence, financial records, and others documents about the organization and activities of the Spanish military in Cuba from 1869 to 1897.
Manuscripts, official documents, decrees, letters, reports and two illustrations documenting the colonial period in Cuba from 1639 to 1896.
Notes, typescripts, correspondence and photographs regarding the history of Jacksonville, Duval County and the North Florida region.
The Vives Family Papers date from 1865 to 1956 and primarily consist of documents related to the Vives family and their business activity in Ponce, Puerto Rico.