History of SFA
Board Meeting Minutes
Bylaws and Administrative Manual
Committees, Sections and Board Affiliates
College and University Archives Section
Education & Events
Past Annual Meetings
2019 Annual Meeting Presentations
2018 Annual Meeting Presentations
2017 Annual Meeting Presentations
2016 Joint Annual Meeting with SGA
2015 Annual Meeting Presentations
2014 Annual Meeting Presentations
2013 Annual Meeting Presentations
Florida Archives Month
2018 Florida Archives Month
2017 Florida Archives Month
2016 Florida Archives Month
2014 Florida Archives Month
2013 Florida Archives Month
Jobs and Internships in FL
Judith Beale Scholarship
SFA Award of Excellence
Florida Archives and Manuscripts Repository Guide
Back to list
News the week, July 26 - Aug 2 2019
02 Aug 2019 1:32 PM
Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine. Featured photographer Clyde Butcher, Jacksonville in the 1880s, and Feminist Judith Kaplan.
"Florida History: The evolution of license plates from the 1930s to the 1990s," by Eliot Kleinberg. St. Augustine Record (1 August 2019)
"Historic home of Miami’s first black millionaire open for tours," by Bea Hines. Miami Herald (2 Aug 2019)
"Florida Time: The people behind the space program never thought historians would be back," by Eliot Kleinberg (18 July 2019) UCF is collecting the history of the early space program.
SEFLIN webinar: Managing Moving Image Collections
. Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 10 AM - 11 AM.
"Managing impermanence – migration of the Libraries’ digital exhibits," Duke University Bitstreams Blog. Post contributed by Claire Cahoon.
"Reconciling Sexual Identity in Legacy Archival Collections," Smithsonian Collections Blog.
Free download of new book, Demystifying Archival Projects: Five Essentials for Success, by Margot Note.
"Ronald Reagan’s Long-Hidden Racist Conversation With Richard Nixon
In newly unearthed audio, the then–California governor disparaged African delegates to the United Nations," by Tim Naftali. The Atlantic (30 July
"Peer review for archivists (or, WTF is going on with this SAA pre-print)," by Eira Tansey critiques the recently published article in The American Archivist, "To Everything There Is a Season," by Frank J. Boles. (Available at
Documentary Heritage News: A weekly review of the documentary heritage and archives news (1 August 2019)
Keynotes and presentations from the Humanities, Arts and Culture Data Summit & 3rd DARIAH beyond Europe event in Canberra, Australia are now published, by Eliza Papaki.
"Museum wants to reunite these gay men with their wedding photographs that were confiscated in 1957," by Laura Abernethy. metro news, (28 Jul 2019)
Ancestry® Digitizes Millions of Holocaust and Nazi Persecution Related Archives Making Them Searchable Online for the First Time Ever in partnership with
Arolsen Archives - International Center on Nazi Persecution - in Germany to digitize and publish records online, making them available to all.
Society of Florida Archivists, P. O. Box 5645, Tampa, FL
Questions or comments?
Society of Florida Archivists