Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
Autobiography of William H. Raynes, the first person to successfully grow the Tung tree in Florida. He describes his activities as a ship surgeon, including experiences in the Crimean War and sailing various places including New Zealand, South America and Africa. He also describes his efforts working with citrus and tung trees in Florida in the later years of his life.
Correspondence, court opinions, speeches, and other papers of Florida Supreme Court Justice, B. Campbell Thornal.
Newsletters, administrative records, publications, training materials, and other documents describing the development of BACCHUS (Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students), a student organization founded at the University of Florida in 1976 by Gerardo M. Gonzalez.
Records of Bert Claire Riley, an instructor and university administrator at the University of Indiana, the University of Arkansas, and the University of Florida. Also includes the papers of his wife, Ruth Lemon Riley.
Photographs, progress reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other documents collected by Bess de Farber, a student at the Coral Way Elementary School in Miami-Dade County during the 1960s. Coral Way was the nation’s first public school with a program for both English and Spanish speakers.
Miscellaneous records of the UF chapter of Beta Theta Pi including correspondence related to the fraternity house, the alumni group, the scholarship fund, and chapter activities.
Photocopies of the biennial reports by the Dean of the Graduate School.
Correspondence of B.L. "Bunny" Pemstein, a young Jewish Navy recruit stationed at Key West during World War II.
Letters to Caleb King as an editorial writer at the Florida Times-Union (arranged in a scrapbook), and other correspondence.