Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Reverend Benjamin Safer and Family Collection
Richard M. Feist Papers
Robert Glover Holocaust Photographs
The collection contains photographs of World War II and the Holocaust.
Robert Strassburg Collection on Ernest Bloch
Research material gathered by the noted educator, composer, conductor and musicologist, Dr. Robert Strassburg (1915-2003), focusing on the career and life of composer Ernest Bloch (1880-1959).
Samuel Proctor Collection
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.
Sanehiko Yamamoto Collection Regarding Albert Einstein
This collection chronicles the 30 year relationship between Albert Einstein and Sanehiko Yamamoto (President of Japan's renowned publishing house Kaizosha) that was formed during Einstein's 1922 trip to Japan. Included are photographs, letters, and artwork given to Yamamoto by Einstein during his trip, as well as a 1949 letter and photographs documenting Yamamoto's continued friendship with Einstein after World War II.
Sara Gaíl de Farber and Bess de Farber Papers
This collection holds materials created by Joseph Farber, father, and mother and daughter, Sara Gaíl de Farber and Bess Gaíl de Farber, respectively. The larger part of the collection includes materials that relate to Sara Gaíl's life and work in Argentina and the US. Separate folders hold materials relating to Bess de Farber's performance commemorating her mother's and father's emigration to the US from Poland, and Argentina, respectively, and her family and genealogical research.
Schönwald Family Correspondence
St. Augustine First Congregation of the Sons of Israel Collection
Materials from the First Congregation Sons of Israel in St. Augustine, which primarily includes research findings and documentation on the history of Jews in St. Augustine, the Congregation, the synagogue building, and its cemetery.
Tau Epsilon Phi, Tau Alpha Chapter Records
Files pertaining to the fraternity's house and property, correspondence and minutes of official chapter meetings.