Found in 228 Collections and/or Records:
Two small pocket diaries and personal and official correspondence of Davenport, who saw service in Florida during the Second Seminole War.
This collection of personal drawings documents four years that the artist William E.B. Hayman spent in St. Augustine and Deland, Florida. Unknown until this collection appeared, Hayman was one of the artists who worked on the rotunda of the Ponce de León Hotel, now Flagler College. He later bought land and built a house in St. Augustine.
World War II military service, family records, and political memorabilia of William F. Saulson.
Handbooks, programs, campus calendars, shirts, and ephemera documenting the student experience of Lois Pollack Wolff, a Mallory Hall resident at University of Florida from 1951-1952.
Unpublished history of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, the Florida Cooperative Extension Service, and Florida agriculture.
Minutes, correspondence, and project files of the University of Florida YMCA.
Philip S. May's compilation of research on Zephaniah Kingsley, a wealthy and prominent Florida slave trader and plantation owner. Includes copies of records pertaining directly to Kingsley, newspaper articles, and microfilm concerning the Kingsley Plantation.