2016 Florida Archives Month

For 2016, Society of Florida Archivists is going to be sharing posts from all over the state of Florida with two themes: I Found It in the Archives and Spotlights. Found its will share information about archival collections discoverable throughout the state and Spotlights will shine some light on different repositories and projects in Florida working with archival materials. 

  • 27 Oct 2016 8:07 AM | Anonymous member

    For more information on the collection, visit the finding aid

    For a look at the namesake room at the Olin Library, visit the Rollins Archives blog

    Other links for the article:

    Rollins Animated Magazine
    Conference Plan Teaching
    Mead Botanical Gardens

  • 24 Oct 2016 7:57 AM | Anonymous member

    To explore more collections at the University of West Florida, visit their finding aid home.

  • 13 Oct 2016 7:53 AM | Anonymous member

    The complete collection is available on CONTENTdm at http://cdm15707.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/.

    Other Images from this collection:

    Map of the Lake Region and Scenic Highlands, Polk County, Florida. Lake Wales Public Library Collection.

    1911 survey team, Allen Carleton Nydegger is in the center. Lake Wales Public Library Collection.

    1905 hand-drawn cover by Allen Carleton Nydegger for a student project. Lake Wales Public Library Collection.

  • 10 Oct 2016 7:51 AM | Anonymous member

    For more images from the Cottrell Photograph Collection, click here.

  • 06 Oct 2016 8:22 AM | Anonymous member

    You may browse the Patricia Stephens Due Collection at Florida Memory.

    Other images from this collection:

    Patricia Stephens Due speaking at the memorial service of civil rights activist Judith Benninger Brown in Gainesville, Florida. 1991. Courtesy State Archives of Florida. https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/296149

    Snapshot of Patricia Stephens Due (left) with her mother, Lottie Hamilton (center), and her sister, Priscilla Stephens Kruize (right) at their home in Belle Glade, Florida. Ca, 1950. Courtesy State Archives of Florida. https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/296137

    Patricia Stephens Due (center in dark glasses) participates in picketing the segregated State Theatre in Tallahassee on May 29, 1963. Courtesy State Archives of Florida. https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/34010

    A page from a letter dated March 20, 1960 written from Patricia and Priscilla Stephens to their parents during the sisters’ time in the Leon County Jail. They ultimately served forty-nine days in jail for participating in a sit-in protest of segregated lunch-counters in Tallahassee. In this letter, the Stephens sisters describe their motivations for participating in non-violent resistance. “We cannot be contented with the conditions here in the south any longer. Our souls are being taken from us by discrimination,” they penned to their parents from inside the jail. Courtesy State Archives of Florida.

  • 03 Oct 2016 8:25 AM | Anonymous member

    Welcome to SFA's celebration of the 2016 Archives Month! We'll be sharing two features this year: Found it in the Archives and Spotlights. Be sure to check back throughout the month!

    For more information about the Tarpon Club, you can visit the collection's finding aid.

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