Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, reports, issues of the FLACS publication.
The collection consists of newsletters, minutes, proceedings, secretary notebooks, directories and miscellaneous materials.
Scrapbook, reports, by-laws, and booklets describing the history of the organization.
Judicial decisions, jury verdicts, rulings, and other legal court orders for East Florida from 1830-1839.
Speeches on education and related issues made between 1965 and 1972, during Floyd T. Christian's tenure as Florida Superintendent of Public Instruction/Commissioner of Education.
Correspondence of the Francis P. Fleming and the Fleming family, and the manuscript for A Memoir of Captain C. Seton Fleming written by Francis P. Fleming.
Correspondence, legal documents, notebooks and other papers of Florida judge and politician, Frederick Lykes Stringer.
This collections contains packaging labels for citrus, lemons, and other products from approximately the 1930s to 1950s.
Rolled drawings, slides, negatives, photographs, presentation photos, scrapbooks, models, and miscellaneous material belonging to Winter Haven Architect, Gene Leedy. Leedy was one of the pioneers of the modern movement in Florida and later one of the founders of the Sarasota School of Architecture. Leedy is most well known for his bold use of precast concrete, especially long-span “double-tee” structural elements.
Gilbert Dennis Kingsbury was important during the beginning of institutionalized education in Florida as first principal of the East Florida Seminary in Ocala (1853). This collection contains portions of his correspondences, speeches, and lectures.