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Collection — Container: M03-5
Abstract The collection contains materials relating to the activities of the following Northeast Florida organizations during the time periods listed: Civic Round Table of Jacksonville, Florida (1990-2000); Community Foundation in Jacksonville (2001); Duval Audubon Society (1993-1996); Florida League of Conservation Voters, Northeast Florida Chapter (1982-1997); Jacksonville Community Council Inc. (1996-2000); Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board (1983-1984); Jacksonville Symphony Association...
Collection — Container: M12-10
Abstract The collection provides historical evidence and documentation of business enterprises, and their operations and activities in Northeast Florida from the late nineteenth century to date. The core of the collection are print materials, including advertising cards and folders, brochures, convention programs, correspondence, illustrations, journals, reports, restaurant menus, and retail store coupons. Unique items include a late nineteenth century advertisement for a prominent Jacksonville retail...
Collection — Container: M12-2
Abstract The collection provides historical evidence and documentation of daily activities, events and life in Northeast Florida from the mid-nineteenth century to date. The core of the collection are print ephemera, including calendars, cards, certificates, correspondence, folders, journals, pamphlets, posters, stationery, stickers, tax receipts, and tickets. Items span the years 1857-2012, with the bulk of the materials concentrated in the late twentieth century. Unique early printed items include an...
Collection — Container: M01-2a
Abstract The collection provides historical documentation of tourism and lodging accommodations in Northeast Florida in the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth centuries. The core of the collection relates to hotel accommodations, particularly text and visual materials representing once notable and no longer extant urban Jacksonville hotels. (Chiefly Hotels Andrew Jackson, Aragon, Carling, George Washington, Mason, Mayflower, Roosevelt, Seminole, Windle, and Windsor.)
Collection — Container: M12-3
Abstract Printed materials include event and performance programs, cards and invitations, posters, and schedules. Musical performance programs date from 1923; theater programs and posters date from 1930 and document the performances of theatrical groups no longer extant. Unique items include source materials from the dedication in 1997 of the St. James Building as the new Jacksonville City Hall, the 100th Centennial commemorating the Great Jacksonville Fire of 1901, and the reopening of the Jacksonville...
Collection — Container: M01-2b
Abstract The collection provides historical documentation of tourism activities in northeast Florida in the early to mid-twentieth century. The core of the collection relates to the promotion of tourism and tourist attractions. Representative attractions include the Florida Ostrich Farm, Marineland, and Oriental Gardens. Unique early printed items include a circa 1920s advertisement for the St. Johns River Day Line sightseeing steamer, and a souvenir folder featuring colored illustrations of tropical...
Collection — Container: M12-4
Abstract The Northeast region of Florida has an extensive and rich military history, from its discovery and settlement by the Spanish and French, its occupation by Union troops four different times during the U.S. Civil War, and its important military role during both World Wars. In particular, the development of Camp Joseph E. Johnston (now Naval Air Station Jacksonville) from 1917 to 1918 signaled the beginning of a significant military presence in the region. Current military installations include:...
Collection — Container: M11-2
Abstract George Lansing ("Lance") Taylor, Jr. is an avocational photographer and University of North Florida Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer. The collection consists of over 7,000 photographs in electronic format of historic architectural sites in the United States, primarily in Florida and Georgia. The images are color, featuring daylight scenes, and dated between 2005-2011. Major subject categories include athletic venues, bridges, cemeteries, churches and synagogues, clubs and...
Collection — Container: M06-1
Abstract The records contain the official archives of the organization, consisting of organizational documents, general and subject correspondence, annual reports and financial statements, minutes and agendas of general and Executive Board meetings, and membership lists. The bulk of the materials is correspondence between the Chair and Executive Board members relating to Division activities, such as elections of officers, award nominations, etc. The majority of the Division's work is undertaken by...
Collection — Container: M11-1
Abstract The collection consists of administrative files which chronicle the activities and development of the Council from 1998-2001. Materials include primarily annual reports, committee recommendations, correspondence, minutes and agendas of meetings, and membership lists.
Collection — Container: M97-1
Abstract Administrative, legal and subject files and printed materials relating to Jacksonville-Duval County, Florida government consolidation. The consolidation materials span the years 1963-1993, with the bulk of the items concentrated in the transitional consolidation years of 1967-70. Newspaper clippings and printed materials form the majority of the collection. Few personal items are included.
Collection — Container: P85-1
Abstract Photographs show construction sites in downtown Jacksonville, primarily the Independent Life Building (the present Modis Building) in 1972-73 and the Baptist Medical Center building. Other miscellaneous subjects include a Jacksonville River Run (undated), and personal photographs of Mr. Burt. Sizes of the photographs range from three and one-half inches to eleven by fourteen inches
Collection — Container: M85-1
Abstract Personal and business documents of Rosa Holmes Walker, an African-American funeral home director and businesswoman active in Jacksonville, Florida, during the early twentieth century. Included are materials relating to her relatives, Henry and Fannie Glover of St. Augustine, Florida (early twentieth century) and to the Glovers of South Carolina (nineteenth century).
Collection — Container: M09-3
Abstract The collection contains miscellaneous printed materials relating to the life of the major American novelist Thomas Wolfe. Many of the items depict and feature his childhood home in Asheville, North Carolina. Types of items include art prints and illustrations, postcards, brochures, posters, and keepsakes and publications issued by the Thomas Wolfe Society as a part of the Society's annual meeting.
Collection — Container: M96-1
Abstract The collection consists primarily of newspaper and scrapbook files relating to Mr. Hazouri's political and legislative activities. Few personal items are included. The core of the collection are materials relating to his mayoral campaigns of 1986-87 and 1990-91, and his mayoral tenure of 1987-1991.
Collection — Container: M09-4
Abstract In Spring 2008, a University of North Florida (UNF) Common Boundary class, Art 3930 - Medieval Manuscript Workshop, collaborated on designing and creating an illuminated manuscript featuring UNF, in the tradition of medieval illuminated manuscripts. Under the direction of UNF Dept. of Art and Design professors Raymond Gaddy and Peter Scott Brown, the students explored the art and techniques of medieval painting, using medieval materials and techniques to depict contemporary stories and...
Collection — Container: UA1978-1
Abstract The Records consist of the official minutes, with attachments, of the meetings of the Academic Council from 1970-1978. Attachments include correspondence, memoranda, plans, statistical charts, and reports. Topics covered in the meetings are: academic programs, policies and procedures; major unit philosophies and objectives; responsibilities of academic officers; accreditation plans; admissions policies; enrollment projections and statistics; faculty and staffing plans; fiscal concerns and...
Collection — Container: UA2010-3
Abstract The Records consist of administrative, general and subject files documenting the academic programs, operations and activities of the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS), which is one of five colleges under the Division of Academic Affairs. The collection includes accreditation and annual reports, college newsletters, committee meeting minutes and attachments, memoranda, newsclippings, program brochures, publications and reports. The records also contain material related to faculty issues and...
Collection — Container: UA1973-2
Abstract The Commencement Records consist of printed materials, memorabilia, and regalia dating from the University's first commencement (June 10, 1973) to the most recent commencement. The files include the addresses and remarks of commencement speakers, commencement announcements and invitations, memoranda relating to commencement planning and organization, programs, and scripts of ceremonies. At least two copies of each commencement program is held in each file. Memorabilia and regalia include the...
Collection — Container: UA2011-1
Abstract The Records of the University of North Florida Faculty Association consist of meeting minutes and agendas with attachments, correspondence, subject files, committee documents, and other related materials from April 15, 1975 to date. Meeting agenda attachments include academic policies, award announcements, budgetary information, committee reports, correspondence, curriculum changes, election nominations and tallies, invitations, legislative calendars, lists, memoranda, questions and answers,...
Collection — Container: UA1975-1
Abstract The Records contain the official minutes, with attachments, of the meetings of the General Assembly, a unique temporary governing structure for the University in its initial years, from 1972-1975. Attachments include academic plan drafts, correspondence, memoranda, committee nomination lists and tallies, plans and reports, and working papers. Topics discussed in the General Assembly included a broad spectrum of issues, among others, academic programs, policies and procedures, grading policies,...
Collection — Container: UA1973-1
Abstract The Historical Files Collection consists of the enabling legislation, initial site selection and planning documents for the University of North Florida. Documents include correspondence, committee reports, feasibility studies, personnel directories, publicity and press releases, transcripts of interviews, minutes of meetings, and ephemera. The majority of the materials were created by the University; also included are documents published by external organizations, such as the Florida Board of...
Collection — Container: UA2008-1
Abstract The collection contains printed and photographic materials, and realia documenting the University of North Florida Irish Studies Program and activities from 1986 to 2008. A broad range of subject files shows the development of the Program and includes administrative materials, announcements and flyers, brochures and programs, committee documents, correspondence, invitations, newsletters, photographs and slides, posters, promotional and publicity items, realia, and a CD archive containing the...
Collection — Container: UA2007-1
Abstract The collection documents the establishment, activities and functions of the University of North Florida Press (UNF Press), a member of the University Presses of Florida from 1973-1991. The Records contain the official files of the Press, including administrative materials, book reviews, Editorial Board correspondence and minutes of Board meetings, financial statements and sales reports, manuscripts drafts and editorial comments, marketing and publicity, press catalogs, reports, and letterhead...
Collection — Container: UA2010-1
Abstract The bulk of the Publications Records consists of newspaper clippings and articles published by national and regional news media about the University, and press releases issued by University personnel which inform the public about the campus, university events and the activities of faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Also included are a small group of publicity reading files, from 1985-2010, which contain major advertisements and articles featuring UNF in magazines and reports.
Collection — Container: UA2010-2
Abstract This collection consists of personal name files which document the activities of the university administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni, honorary degree recipients and other individuals who have been important to the history of the University. Files vary considerably in size, from one sheet to several folders, and may include articles, biographical sketches, correspondence, curriculum vitae / resumes, media clippings, obituaries and memorials, press releases, and miscellaneous...
Collection — Container: M12-6
Abstract The collection contains primary resources and ephemera which document the historic 2008 United States Presidential Election and the Inauguration of Barack Obama on January 20, 2009 as the 44th President of the United States. Print materials include selective copies of campaign brochures, magazines, and full newspapers, articles and newsclippings. The contents of the collection include both local (Jacksonville, Florida) and national news items. Memorabila consists of local campaign posters and...
Collection — Container: M02-1
Abstract The collection consists of 213 photographs and other miscellaneous materials, including Deane's photo order book for January 1945. The photographs are primarily 8x10 black and white prints, featuring daylight scenes. With only a few exceptions, the photographs are undated, with the earliest known photograph in the collection being 1944. Empirical evidence dates the majority of the collection as mid-twentieth century, ca. 1945-1965.
Collection — Container: M95-2
Abstract Site/historical notes, manuscripts, reports, papers, theses, photographs, letters, maps and illustrations relating to Jones' archaeological research, primarily in northeast Florida. His documentation and research refers to: Big Talbot Island, Camp Finegan,Cedar Point, Florida Ballast, Fort Diego, Fort Fulton, Fort George Island, Fort Heileman, Greenfield - Robert C. Maxey Plantation, John Hewitt Mill Site, Little Talbot Island shipwreck site, Old Gravelly Hill, St. Johns Bluff, San Juan del...
Collection — Container: M94-1
Abstract Autobiography by Wilma Walker, "I remember Providence." Recounts the author's childhood at her home, Providence, in the community of Sandhills, near the St. Marys River, in Nassau County, Fla. Covers the period up to World War I with some information on the author's family history prior to her birth. Describes the social life of a rural, farming area with emphasis on activities seen from a child's perspective. Includes some material on nearby places such as Hilliard and Jacksonville....
- Printed materials 52
- Correspondence 23
- Jacksonville (Fla.)--History. 22
- Memorabilia 17
- Photographs 16
- Publications 15
- Pamphlets 14
- Posters 11
- Realia 11
- Jacksonville (Fla.)--Biography. 9
- University archives 9
- Duval County (Fla.)--History. 6
- Florida--Politics and government--1951- 6
- Meeting minutes 6
- Souvenirs 6
- Jacksonville (Fla.)--Politics and government. 5
- Jacksonville Region (Fla.)--History. 5
- Reports 5
- Broadsides 4
- Duval County (Fla.)--Biography. 4 ∧ less
- University of North Florida. 15
- University of North Florida--History. 9
- University of North Florida--Faculty. 5
- University of North Florida--Planning. 5
- University of North Florida--Administration. 4
- Taylor, George Dekle. 3
- University of North Florida--Employees. 3
- Florida Times-Union and Journal 2
- Florida. Legislature. Senate.--Biography. 2
- H. & W.B. Drew Company. 2
- Jacksonville (Fla.) City Council. 2
- Jacksonville Tourist and Convention Bureau. 2
- Miller Press. 2
- University of North Florida--Students. 2
- University of North Florida. Dept. of Art and Design. 2
- Adult Sexual Assault Task Force (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1
- Afro-American Life Insurance Company 1
- Afro-American Life Insurance Company. 1
- American Society of Criminology. Division on Women and Crime. 1
- American Society of Criminology. Division on Women and Crime. Archives. 1 ∧ less