Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The Albin Polasek Collection includes materials on the life and work of Czech sculptor and Winter Park resident Albin Polasek. The Collection consists of scrapbooks, correspondence, business records, certificates, speeches, photographs, pamphlets, programs, invitations, newspaper clippings, and related papers.
Research files for the Cultural Byways grant in Central Florida. Included in these materials are photographic negatives, oral histories, consent forms, building surveys, and grant information for the project.
The Democratic Women's Club of Florida, Inc. campaigns for Democratic representatives at all levels of government and encourages voter registration and qualified Democratic women to run for public office. This collection of bylaws, campaign items, correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks documents the organization's activities, policies, and procedures.
The Florida Ephemera Collection is a collection of brochures, advertisements and news clippings documenting the history of Florida. Although the collection includes information about Florida as a whole, it focuses on the Central Florida area, and Orlando in particular. The collection contains information about most aspects of life in Florida including business and industry, real estate and development, tourism and wildlife.
The Florida Folklore Society advances the appreciation and study of Florida's folk cultures. Its activities are documented in minutes, newsletters, treasurer's reports, correspondence and photographs.
This collection is comprised of 75 photographs taken by Edwin A. Brush of homesteaders in what is presumed to be Florida in the early 20th century. Photographs show a variety of people, farm life, and nature.
The images document all aspects of Central Florida history including people, such as prominent people and families, places around Florida, Florida wildlife and plantlife, as well as, images from the Kennedy Space Center and Disney. The majority of the collection dates from about 1900-1960.
This collection consists of thirteen cassette tapes of the radio program, "Florida Lifestyle Radio", which discussed matters interesting to seniors. Most tapes include a featured guest who focussed a particular topic.
The collection of the Florida State Music Teachers Association is comprised of records from their meetings dating as far back as 1935. There are the minutes, agendas, newsletters and scores. It also has the bylaws and procedures, annual bulletin reports and a few other small folders comprised of annual correspondence.
John P. Hartman collection includes his research materials relating to canals, bridges, railways, transportation systems and historical engineering in Florida. Entire collection range from 1605 to 2006, but are concentrated in the era when population in Florida exploded between 1905 and 1993. The collection includes clippings, correspondence, maps, pamphlets, papers and over 1,200 slides related to Florida.
Series I: Slides and Negatives, 1973-1975, Undated, the images presented are all in color and pertain to Florida's natural scenery, flora and fauna. The images also contain buildings, bridges and other manmade structures as well as the Florida space center.
This collection contains 21 photographs taken by Michael Berman that pertain to the Florida Women's Conference of 1977. The first Florida Women's Conference was held in July of the 15th, 16th, and 17th. It was run by forty Florida women selected by Jimmy Carter in order to help deal with the rift between those for Equal Rights Amendment and those against it.
Richard Spencer was a professional photographer whose work has been displayed in newspapers, magazines and exhibits. This collection contains his photographs of old structures in Florida.
The Thomas and Georgine Mickler Map Collection is a collection of various kinds of maps, including general atlas maps, road maps, topographical land maps, charts and political maps. While the collection mostly consists of maps of Florida, the Southeastern United States and the West Indies/Caribbean, there are also maps of other areas such as Egypt, France and Costa Rica.
A collection of over 200 sermons, eulogies, speeches, addresses, orations and correspondence dating from the late 19th and early 20th Century. The sermons are possibly all the work of one person, Congregationalist Reverend George Loring Hanscom.
Volusia County Music Teacher Association is an organization that is focused on the enrichment of music studies and opportunities for its members and music students. The collection is comprised of correspondence, meetings, minutes, news clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and yearbooks from the organization.
William J. Bryant was interested in archaeology and collected these pottery pieces, bones, stone tools and shells from sites in Florida, the Virgin Islands and the West Indies.