Found in 228 Collections and/or Records:
Papers relating to the feasibility of constructing a canal across the Florida peninsula, by consultant to the Canal Authority of the State of Florida.
Publications, correspondence, research materials, reports and other papers of John M. DeGrove, an educator and prominent authority in growth management, politics, planning, public administration, natural resources, and land management.
Association publications, scripts for homecoming celebrations, programs for the Barristers' Brawl, and other documents.
Drawings, project files, correspondence, writings, speeches, and other papers of landscape architect John Ormsbee Simonds.
Documents produced by the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee, also known as the Johns Committee, as part of its mission to investigate homosexuals in the state of Florida.
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.
Joseph H. Woodman's collection of publications, bulletins, clippings and photographs relating to forestry, paper, and papermaking.
Personal correspondence of Joseph Van Swearingen, who saw service in Florida during the Second Seminole War and died at the Battle of Okeechobee.
Speeches, articles, personal correspondence and material related to Weil's academic career. Included in the collection are records related to the social fraternity, Pi Lambda Phi, and Technion (Hebrew Institute of Technology).
Three letterbooks of Josiah H. Prescott, a prominent citizen of Fernandina, in the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-centuries.