Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
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]
Records, 1962-1982, including correspondence, minutes, newletters, scrapbooks, and materials from the National American Business Women's Association.
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.
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.
Records, 1962-1984, including correspondence, minutes, newsletters, financial records, and bylaws. The Apostolate raised funds to purchase and maintain religious and inspirational literature in free reading racks throughoout Pensacola. Correspondents and key members include Dorothy Clemente, Jim Dowd, and Archbishop T. J. Toolen, Bishop of Mobile.
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.
Records, 1880-1997, including registers, minute books, histories, worship service bulletins, newsletters, publications, sermons, and other papers. Early records on microfulm cover 1880-1975 and include a roster of pastors, elders, communicants and baptisms, 1896-1969; session minutes 1880-1975; board of deacons minute books, 1885-1933; and other papers.
Records of the Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, 1970-present, including correspondence, drafts of presented papers, Conference Board, and related papers.
Records pertaining to the development of the Multiple Listing Service, 1952-1962, including minutes, listing applications, listing newsletters, and related items with descriptions of Pensacola homes and real estate.
OTHER INFORMATION: The Herbert L. Bryans papers also included several record groups that apparently were abandoned records of organizations who rented offices above the Bryans pharmacy. This is one such group.
Records, 1928- ,including minutes, correspondence, membership records, and related materials about the club's history and activities in Pensacola, Florida. Includes publication files of the weekly Bulletin and the Florida Lion. Subjects include services for the blind, the Naval Air Training Bases (1945-1946), and the Salvation Army of Pensacola.
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.
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.
Records, 1898- , including minutes, correspondence, publications, yearbooks, as well as publications of the national UDC organization and the Florida Division of UDC.
Minutes, reports and other materials of the Academic Council 1971-1988, including such topics as academic policies, undergraduate and graduate programs, enrollments, grade point averages and related academic subjects. The Academic Council was merged with the Faculty Senate, June 1988.
Records, 1978- , including correspondence, annual reports, minutes of Chairperson's Meetings, and the College of Arts and Science Council, the forum series, and related records.
Records of the Facilities Planning Committee, 1974- , including minutes, agendas, reports, and related working papers. This Committee reports to the Vice President for Administrative Affairs on matters concerning campus buildings, construction, and physical environment.
Records of the Phi Alpha Social Welfare Honorary Society, Omicron Chapter, of the University of West Florida including financial records (1971-1972) and minutes (1971-1972).
One notebook and two small ledgers.
Records of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of Pensacola, Florida, 1881-present. Includes annual reports, minutes, newspaper clippings, press releases, and photographs and other materials concerning the history of the YMCA, its buildings, programs, and activities in Pensacola. Key individuals include Oscar Brock, Maurice Davis, and Robert Hart. Includes materials on the United Service Organization (USO).