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Publications of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Hadji Temple (Shriners) of Pensacola, Florida, including progrms for sponsored conventions, ceremonials, softball leagues, and related events. [17 pieces]
Personal papers of the Simmons Family of Pensacola including family photographs and photocopies of birth certificates, wills, and other materials about the family, 1947-1980.
One of few collections at UWF about black families in Pensacola.
Papers, 1891-9185, pertaining to the Snodgrass family of Bagdad, Florida including deeds and purchases of land, descriptions and drawing of home, visits of Florida Governors to the town, and related materials.
NOTE: Some of the items in the collection show the attempt to rename the town in the 1880s from Bagdad to Blackwater and back. Snodgrass property included purchases from the Bagdad Sash Factory Company.
Records and papers of Sphere magazine, a science fiction fan magazine published in Cantonment, Florida. Includes issues of the magazine, 1956-1959, and correspondence files with writers, subscribers and science fiction fans, 1958, 1960, 1966. Includes letters of Brian W. Aldiss and Leslyn MacDonald Macabee concerning their writing and comments on John W. Campbell, Robert A. Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, and others.
Records, 1892-1985, including correspondence, annual reports, certificate of ownership books, perpetual care records, minute books, payroll files, burial registers, and plat maps showing names of individuals in St. John's cemetery, and other records pertaining to the history of St. John's Cemetery and Escambia Lodge No. 15 of Free and Accepted Masons.
Materials concerning the history of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Milton, Florida, including photocopies of correspondence of Bishop Frank A Juhan, research records about early church activities, ministers, the church building, baptisms, marriages, burials, and confirmations (1867-1916), sermons of Reb. S. Albert Kennington (1977-1982); and related records pertaining to the McDougall, Golson, Creary, and Keeling families, the Ladies Aid Society of Milton, and Milton history. [682 pieces]
Records, 1878-1961, including correspondence, annual reports of officers, bylaws, and related materials. Also known as the St. Michael's Benevolent Club or St. Michael's Benevolent Social Club.
Records, 1937-1943, consisting of invoices and correspondence concerning wholesale food purchases.
Materials concerning the history and economic impact of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in the southern United States, including federal, state, and local government documents and other related papers, 1975-1976.
Research materials concerning Thomas Jefferson Jernigan (1825-1903) and the Jernigan family of Santa Rosa County, Florida
Correspondence, imprints, greeting cards, photographs and other papers relating to Mrs. Verlie Robinson Thomas, 1901-1978, of Pace and Milton, Florida, a teacher and librarian at Milton High School. Included also are papers relating to Jesse Thomas, Ruby Robinson, I.A. Allen, Felix Robinson and other relatives of Mrs. Thomas, as well as imprints of educational interest in Santa Rosa and Escambia counties, 1920-1970.
Collection including correspondence, 1846-1854, of W. H. DeForest written from New Orleans (1846-1849) and San Juan de Nicaragua [Grey Town or San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua] (1851) with descriptions of area, life, and business plans, and a diary (1860), writer unknown, mostly concerning Mobile, Alabama. [14 pieces]
Union soldier from Maine.
Summary: Civil War letters (1862-1864) from Tibbetts, Company K, 15th Maine Infantry, while stationed in Pensacola, Fla., describing daily camp life, routines of chores, picket duty, and incidents in and around Pensacola; together with research materials about Tibbetts provided by Elizabeth D. Vickers.
Manuscript letter, April 1, 1861, written aboard the U.S.S. Brooklyn, off Santa Rosa Island (Fort Pickens) noting the Brooklyn's return from Key West, and placement of troops on the U.S.S. Sabine.
Records reflecting his work as a legislator from the Escambia and West Florida region with materials concerning issues in the Panhandle, constituent letters, and related materials. Select topics include Santa Rosa Island and higher education.
Collection contains correspondence, minutes of directors, reports, programs, publicity material and newspaper clippings of four organizations in which Mr. Todd, present owner of T.T. Todd Wholesale Grocery Company, was a director of during the late 1950s and early 1960s. These include The Fiesta of Five Flags, The Pensacola Port Authority, the State Chamber of Commerce and the Pensacola Y.M.C.A.
- 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
- English 378
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- 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