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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.
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.
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.
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, 1919-1972, including letters, newspaper clippings, financial and income tax records, and other papers concerning his interests in the Bayside Tourist Park, Bay View Trailer Park, Dead Lakes Fishing Camp, the Santa Villa subdivision, and the Browder Fixture Company in St. Louis, Missouri.
Parent-Teachers Association records, 1938-1975, including scrapbooks, photographs, minutes of meetings, publications, yearbooks, correspondence and financial records.
These PTA records provide both a history of the organization as well as the Brownsville School, its staff, students, and activities.
Oral history interview of Lola Lee Daniell Bruington, of Pensacola, by Sandra F. Whitehead with tapes and typed transcripts. Mrs. Bruington discusses area cemeteries, (especially St. Michaels), the red light district, bootlegging, her work as educator and nurse at Camp Dix, Bellevue Hospital, and at Vassar, and her childhood and life in Pensacola.
Personal papers consisting of photocopies of genealogical information and photographs of family members. Included are the Burke, Clifford, Fell, Mooney, and Pinney families, with additional materials on Thomas J. White, Joseph L. White, Carl Timothy Hoffman, and Robert Fell, a carpenter in the U.S. Navy from 1803 to 1820.
Family correspondence, 1895-1920, newspapers clippings, family photographs and various papers relating to Simpson & Company Lumber Mill, Bagdad, Florida. Mr. H.T. Wright, Mrs. Carpenter's, was a prominent member of this firm. Many photographs from Mrs. Carpenter's family photograph album, 1900-1914, were copied and deposited in the Pensacola picture file.
Personal papers of Dorothy Clemente consisting of her records as costume designer for the 1939 Pageant of Pensacola, and for the 1950 to 1972 Fiesta of Five Flags festivals in Pensacola, including sketches, designs, photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and related memorabilia. Includes a scrapbook of WCOA radio program covers.
Additional materials received from the estate of Dorothy Clemente, consisting of photographs, newspaper clippings, etc.
Records including scrapbooks of newspaper articles, programs, and photographs, 1964- .
National Society Daughters of the American Colonists, Don Tristan de Luna Chapter, Pensacola, Florida.
Records (1983- ), including minutes, bylaws, scrapbooks, photographs, and other materials concerning the history of this organization.
Spanish manuscript, 4 pp., folio, official copy of a decree by King Philip V of Spain, executed at Madrid on June 20, 1713. Incompletely translated, indicates that Fernando Gomez de la Escalera, Captain General of the City of Havana and Island of Cuba has advised that an officer has been appointed to the task of overseeing the military situation in Mobile (Movila), and it is ordered that the military post there be provided with all needed arms and equpment.
Scrapbook, 1931-1933, consisting of bylaws, newspaper clippings, programs, invitations, posters, photographs, and other materials concerning school and PTA activities.
Scrapbook contains considerable contemporary art and was exhibited at the National PTA Congress in Chicago, Illinois in 1932 as one of the best such scrapbooks in Florida.
Research records of Lucius F. and Linda Ellsworth pertaining to the development and publication of Pensacola, the Deep Water City (1986) including manuscript drafts, photograph and illustration files, correspondence, publicity about the book, and subject files pertaining to Pensacola, and many photographs and research items not used in the final book. Files include a newspaper index to Pensacola newspapers (1937) by Modeste Hargis.
Photocopy typescript of "Pensacola Newspaper Research" abstracted and prepared by Pensacolian, Modeste Hargis for the Federal Writer's Project in Florida in 1934. This 320-page document is a compilation of items from Pensacola newspapers, 1838-1934, which the compiler felt of historic or intrinsic interest. A name and subject index is available.
- Subject: Pensacola (Fla.) X
- Pensacola (Fla.) 12
- Photographs--Florida. 12
- Photographs--Florida--Pensacola. 10
- Pensacola (Fla.)--History. 9
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Social life and customs. 8
- Minutes--Florida--Pensacola. 7
- Naval Air Station Pensacola (Fla.) 7
- Pensacola (Fla.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. 7
- Programs--Florida--Pensacola. 7
- Scrapbooks--Florida--Pensacola. 7
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Genealogy. 6
- Pensacola (Fla.)--History--20th century. 6
- Women--Florida--Pensacola--Societies and Clubs. 6
- Financial records--Florida--Pensacola. 4
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Description and Travel. 4
- Bagdad (Fla.) 3
- Diaries--Florida--Pensacola. 3
- Fiesta of Five Flags (Pensacola, Fla.) 3
- Florida--History--English colony, 1763-1784. 3
- Fort Pickens (Fla.) 3 ∧ less
- English 110
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Pensacola Navy Yard (Fla.) 7
- Pensacola High School. 6
- Bagdad Land and Lumber Company. 4
- Watson family. 4
- Ball, Edward N. 3
- Brent family. 3
- Clifford family--Genealogy. 3
- Pensacola Chamber of Commerce. 3
- Pensacola Port Authority. 3
- Pensacola Yacht Club. 3
- Phillips family--Genealogy. 3
- Pinney family--Genealogy. 3
- Quina family. 3
- United States. Navy. 3
- University of West Florida 3
- Wentworth, T. T. (Theodore Thomas), 1898-1989. 3
- Anderson family. 2
- Andrews, Charles Oscar (1877-1946)--Correspondence. 2
- Arcadia Mill (Santa Rosa County, Fla.) 2
- Armstrong, H. Clay, 1870-1950. 2 ∧ less