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Personal papers and photographs concerning the Boyett, Goldsby, Helton, McNair, and Adams families of Myrtle Grove, Florida (now Pensacola). Includes Pensacola High School memorabilia of 1933, and a photograph of a water baptism by the Union Hill Baptist Church of myrtle Grove.
See accession 81-5 for other materials on Goldsby and Helton families of Myrtle Grove.
Published "Programme of the dedicatory exercises of the new public school building no. 1, Pensacola, Florida. January 3d and 4th, 1887." Cover title of the booklet reads "Public School Reminiscences by Edna L. Maclay." This 12-page booklet gives a listing chronologically term by term of teachers, classes, places used for school, textbooks, a history of education from 1870 through 1886 and lists of textbooks, as well as names of school board members.
Records concerning the history of the Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians of Calhoun County, Florida with emphasis on the Ramsey genealogy, the Apalachicola Indians, and the Harjo-Boggs-Parrot Tribe. Materials consist of bound books of photocopies of research materials including vital records, newspaper clippings, book and journal articles, and other data. Other names include the Harjo, Parrot, Boggs, Ramsey, Ward, and Stanley families.
School teacher, Pensacola, Fla.
Personal papers, 1942-1982, consisting of poems, articles, and other published materials, including histories of Myrtle Grove School, Escambia High School, and Five Flags Christian Academy. Includes newsletters of the Escambia Retired Teachers Association, edited by Miss Reedy.
Personal papers concerning the Reese and West families including genealogical notes on the Pope, Orr, Reese, and West families of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi; biography of Judah P. Benjamin; diary of 1936 tour of American Southwest; Civil War recollections of Mary R. West in western Tennessee and Mississippi, and research records of Elizabeth H. West on Panton, Leslie and Company, 1931.
Records and papers, 1971-1985, including minutes, newsletters, correspondence and related materials. Agencies and subjects include the Escambia County Veterans Round Table, the Naval Aerospace and Regional Medical Center (Pensacola), and military pay legislation with correspondence from U. W. Senators Lawton Chiles, Ed Gurney, Peter H. Dominick, Richard Schweiker, Sam Ervin, Lloyd Bentsen, and Representative Bob Sikes.
Photocopies of research materials concerning Conecuh County, Alabama, 1814-1877, including letters (1844-1860) of James Jones about life in Conecuh, the 1860 Presidential election, cotton business, and activities in Pensacola. Other materials cover the Battle of Horseshoe Bend and Fort Jackson (1814), Fort Pickens (1861), a biography of Dr. George Columbus Reynolds, and a history of the Perote area, Pike County, Alabama.
Microfilm of How I Reached Union Lines by Wade H. Richardson, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin teacher. Published in 1905, this volume details Richardson's life in Central Alabama, how he made his way to the Union lines in West Florida and spent from 1863 to 1865 in Pensacola. Includes mention of the 1863 yellow fever outbreak in Pensacola and the orgainzation of the 1st Florida Cavalry, U.S. Volunteers.
Genealogy files of Robert Figueroa concerning the Fabel Family, with genealogical lineage typescripts showing family from Friedrich “Fritz” Fabel of Waterloo, Illinois (d. 1943) into Europe and primarily German States. Some materials in German.
Personal papers, 1970-1987, constituting correspondence files as President of the University of West Florida.
These are traditional reading files, i.e. carbon or photocopies of outgoing letters, arranged chronologically. There are no indexes to the collection.
James A. Robinson was the second President of the University of West Florida.
President, University of West Florida, 1974-1987.
Honors and awards, 1972-1988, presented by organizations including the Republic of China, the Board of Regents, and the Republic of Korea.
OTHER INFORMATION: Contains a small number of artifact items that can be used for general exhibits and in University history displays.
Personal papers, 1959-1977, chiefly of published articles, essays and publications in the fields of genetics, taxonomy, botany, and computer applications in these fields.
Bound ledgers, business records and other related papers of the Rosasco Brothers, ship brokers, of Pensacola, Florida, 1895-1958.
"The Family of William and Ann Leonard Rouse of Mobile, Alabama" [by] William S. Cummins, September 1, 2015. 29 pp. With photos. Published copy.
History of Santa Rosa County, 1821-1865, Ph.D. thesis for Florida State University, 1990.
NOTE: Original owned by author.
Publications, programs, brochures, and records concerning the history of the Saenger Theatre in pensacola, Florida from its building in 1924 through restoration in 1981 and history since. Includes research notes, photocopies, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia.
Scrapbook, 1964-1976, including programs and Mother of the Year books.
A group of land records, 1856-1935, including mortgages, land grants, promissory notes, and other materials for lands in Santa Rosa County. Includes such firms as Balentine and Whitley, Milton, Florida; S. J. Stewart & Bro., Milton, florida; and Presidential land grants signed in proxy by Franklin Pierce, and William McKinley. An annotated calendar of names and land descriptions is available in the collection inventory.
- 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