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Records and papers, 1953-1983, of the Pensacola Altrusa Club including correspondence, publications, minutes, newsletters, and other materials including a history of the Club by Maude Hollowell. Includes records concerning the local club, the clubs in Districts 3 and 4, and materials concerning the Altrusa International, including annual reports and publications. [4,608 pieces]
Collection of almanacs, 1856-1865, including runs of Ayer's American Almanac, B. A. Fahenstock and Company's, John Pl. Morton and Company's Western Farmer's Almanac, Merchant's Gargling Oil Company's Moffat's Almanac, Morton and Griswold's Western Farmer's Almanac, and some issues of Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1872-1888.
Records, 1962-1982, including correspondence, minutes, newletters, scrapbooks, and materials from the National American Business Women's Association.
Photocopies of reports of West Florida missionaries of the American Sunday School Union, 1882-1905, Including Rufus D. Burrows, W. F. Watts, A. T. Sims, C. J. Hammitt, and G. E. Mize. The reports concern travels through West Florida, Sunday Schools visited or established, statistics such as enrollment, names of churches and ministers, and related data. [82 pieces]
Photographs and personal papers, 1828-1931, of the Anderson, Craig, Hargis, Holden, Kryger, McConaughy, and Pape families of Mobile, Alabama; Pensacola, Tallahassee and Deland, Florida. Includes records concerning Dr. Warren E. Anderson and early hospitals in Pensacola including St. Anthony's Sanitarium and the Pensacola Infirmary among others, and early nurses training under F. Elizabeth Crowell.
Detailed inventory and alphabetical name index available.
Subject files containing notes, photocopies, and other research on various subjects, places, buildings, etc., created by Archives staff in response to user inquiries.
This collection comprises video materials which have been digitized and placed online for viewing. The materials in this collection (and this site) tend to be single videotapes which have come to the Archives and may not be part of another collection or for which access is easier through this collection. Each videotape has been digitized and each has its own description.
Records, 1970-1972, consisting of the files of Peter Perceval, Director, UWF University Relations, and Executive Secretary of the Association. Includes correspondence, planning files for the International Conference held at UWF in 1970, and related materials concerning the Association.
Materials concerning the history and development of Baker-Holt School in Okaloosa County, including publications, grant applications, evaluations, and related materials.
Family papers, 1863-1925, relating to the Baker family of Jackson County, Florida and the William H. Watson family of Pensacola, Florida. Includes land deeds, conveyances, tax receipts, family letters, lineage chart and photographs. Principal correspondents include James L.G. Baker, James L. Baker, Mary Jane Daffin, James S. Baker, William H. Watson, Jr., James B. Watson and Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson.
Minutes, reports and working papers of the Institutional Review Board of Baptist Hospital, 1982- . The committee reviews proposed research that involves human subjects including the use of new technology, lasers, and methodology.
Personal papers, 1946-1951, including a scrapbook, publications, commencement and football programs, and other papers reflecting activities as a student at Pensacola High School (1946-1948), as a student nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing (1948-1951) and at Pensacola Hospital School of Nursing Education (1948), and other activities in Pensacola during this time period.
Personal papers including photocopies and photographs of biographical information and materials concerning the history of Pensacola Navy Yard and Warrington, Florida.
Photographs are indexed in the Photograph Collection Index by subject and personal names.
Belandville, Florida, was situated in northeastern Santa Rosa County, founded by Albert J. Beland, and promoted as a settlement for French-Canadians. Papers include publications, maps, promotional literature, business and personal papers of Beland, and related items.
Personal papers, 1969-1988, including correspodence, committee files, and papers related to his teaching and to the activities of his department and college. Subject files include the Business College Council, the Department of Finance and Accounting, and the Northwest Florida Blood Bank.
Personal and professional papers, 1983-1993, of Judith A. Bense, including research materials on organizations, and related materials.
Records of the Florida Kappa Theta Chapter of Pensacola, FL, 1969-1974, including minutes, attendance registers, financial reports, and other materials about this women's organization.
NOTE: Originally part of accession M1975-02; reclassified to M1980-13 in 1980.
Family papers, business correspondence, maps, and other documents, 1726-1965, primarily relating to W.A. Blount and his son, F.M. Blount, of Pensacola.
Personal papers, 1966-1969, of Dicy Villar Bowman, Pensacola, Florida, as a member of the State Courses of Study Committee, Florida Department of Education. Papers include minutes, reports, and materials concerning textbook selection for state schools. Collection includes digital copy of her book, The Five Daughters of Manuel Gonzalez (1985).
- Language: English X
- Minutes--Florida--Pensacola. 25
- Photographs--Florida--Pensacola. 19
- Universities and colleges--Florida--Pensacola. 17
- Photographs--Florida. 16
- Pensacola (Fla.) 12
- Programs--Florida--Pensacola. 12
- Scrapbooks--Florida--Pensacola. 12
- Women--Florida--Pensacola--Societies and Clubs. 10
- Pensacola (Fla.)--History. 9
- Photographs. 9
- Financial records--Florida--Pensacola. 8
- Genealogies--Florida. 8
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Social life and customs. 8
- Genealogies. 7
- Histories--Florida--Pensacola. 7
- Minutes--Florida. 7
- Naval Air Station Pensacola (Fla.) 7
- Pensacola (Fla.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. 7
- Reports--Florida--Pensacola. 7
- Newsletters--Florida--Pensacola. 6 ∧ less
- University of West Florida 39
- Pensacola Navy Yard (Fla.) 10
- University of West Florida. 9
- Pensacola High School. 8
- University of West Florida--Administration. 6
- Pensacola Yacht Club. 5
- Sikes, Robert L. F. (1906-1994)--Correspondence. 5
- University of West Florida--Libraries. 5
- Watson family. 5
- White, Joseph M., 1781-1839. 5
- Bagdad Land and Lumber Company. 4
- Escambia County 4
- John C. Pace Library. Special Collections Dept. 4
- Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. 4
- Panton, Leslie & Company. 4
- Pensacola Chamber of Commerce. 4
- Sacred Heart Hospital (Pensacola, Fla.) 4
- Santa Rosa County 4
- Simpson & Company Lumber Mill (Bagdad, Fla.) 4
- United Daughters of the Confederacy, Penasacola (Fla.) 4 ∧ less