Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Achille Murat and Comte Thibaudeau on various topics, including Murat's life in Florida, his views on American government, and observations of American life.
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.
Notes created by historian Arthur W. Thompson in researching U.S. Senator David Yulee and Jacksonian Democracy in Florida.
Letters written by B. S. Hile to his family while he is living and employed in Havana, Cuba.
British Patent Document Issued to John George Truscott Campbell for “Improvements In Propelling Vessels”
British patent document issued to John George Truscott Campbell for "Improvements In Propelling Vessels." A round tin container houses the large double-sided yellow wax seal which is attached to the document by red cords.
Eighteen letters from Charles M. Duren to his parents from Florida during the Civil War; includes a special order and transcripts.
Personal, business, and legal papers of Charles Seton of Fernandina, Florida.
The collection, which spans the second half of the nineteenth century, includes 28 documents. Some are letters of slave owners to the priest of the church of Montserrat in Havana, Cuba; others are death certificates of slaves, runaway slaves, and free persons of color issued by the Real Hospital de Caridad de San Felipe y Santiago.
Correspondence and business papers relating to activities of David Levy Yulee, territorial delegate to Congress, U.S. Senator from Florida, and founder of the Florida Railroad Company.
Biographical summaries created by E. Ashby Hammond in preparing his book, The Medical Profession in 19th Century Florida: A Biographical Register.