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UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center

Bldg. 32
11000 University Pkwy
Pensacola, FL 32514, USA
850-474-3338
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center

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UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1981-45

Briggs, Warren, Papers, 1976-1979

125.00 items
Personal papers, 1976-1979, including his records as chairman of the task force for Action 76 goal setting (1976-1977) and as coordinator of Citizens Goals for Pensacola-Escambia (1977-1979). The Action 76 papers include materials concerning the celebration of the American Bicentennial in Florida and Pensacola, the development of citizens' surveys, and publications about the Pensacola Navy Yard, British West Florida, and a history of industrialization in Pensacola. Also included are histories of Tate High School, the dedication of Fort George Park, and dedication of the William Bartram marker.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1989-01SC

Gamble, Thomas, Letter, 1772

1.00 items
A.L.S., Pensacola, Florida, June 3, 1772, to Loard Barrington; states Gamble has heard from General Gage concerning Gamble's appointment to rank of Captain, and thanks Barrington for his support in securing the appointment.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1986-10

Panton Leslie and Company Collection, 1739-1847

19375.00 items
Editorial and research files of Dr. William S. Coker, Editor, the Papers of Panton, Leslie and Company. Includes an extensive body of correspondence, business papers, court records, and other documents relating to the British firm and its successors, John Leslie and Company, and John Forbes and Company, 1739-1847. The company, under a monopoly granted by the Spanish government, engaged in an extensive Indian trade throughout the Old Southwest, and continued under British and American governance. The documents in the editorial files, photocopied from depositories throughout the world, were selectively published on microfilm.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1980-15SC

Walsh, Ralph, Papers, 1766

4.00 items
Manuscript documents concerning the arrest, trial, and attempted court martial of Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Walsh of His Majesty's 3rd Regiment stationed at Pensacola, by George Johnstone, Governor of West Florida, 1766. With affidavits of William Clifton, Chief Justice, and comments of General Thomas Gage.