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UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1981-20

Anderson Family Papers, 1828-1931

179.00 items
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.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: MSS 1990-023

Autograph note from Lord Shelburne to Andrew Millar and clipping, June 21

1.00 folders
Autograph note from Lord Shelburne to Mr. Andrew Millar, complimenting the "...two setts of Hume's History of England he sent him...", and asking "...to subscribe for a sett of that work of Mr. Adams..." It is signed "Bowood Park, June 21st." Bowood Park is in Calne, Wiltshire, England. The note is probably dated between 1761 and 1784 when he was called Lord Shelburne, and before he became Marquis of Lansdowne.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1981-15

French Archives Records, 1694-1835

523.00 items
Microfilm of the fonds des colonies serie C13A, Volumes 1-53, covering French occupation of North America, 1694-1819. Filmed as part of the Louisiana Colonial Records Project in 1980, the C13A series covers reports, letters, maps, and other materials on the French settlement and colonization of Louisiana, West Florida, Pensacola, the upper Mississippi River Valley, the Illinois Territory, Canada and other areas of North America. The size of this research archives is beyond the scope of this Guide to describe, but there is considerable data on settlements, Indians, transportation, forts, shipwrecks, battles and war, Jesuit activity, troop movements, and more. Most materials are in French language.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1990-07

Satterfield, Frances Gibson, Papers, 1976-1986

933.00 items
Personal papers, 1976-1986, concerning research on Octavia Walton Le Vert (1810-1877) and publication of Satterfield's biographical book, Madame Le Vert: A Biography of Octavia Walton Le Vert (1987). The papers include correspondence with family descendants, archivists, researchers, publishers, and agents; photocopies of research materials including primary (letters and diaries) and secondary sources (journal articles and book excerpts), and final manuscript. Subjects include the Le Vert, Walton, and Reab families, Henry Clay, the Marquis de LaFayette, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, General P. G. T. Beauregard, the Mount Vernon Ladies Association and Le Vert's 19th century locales of Mobile, Alabama; Pensacola, Florida; Washington, D.C.; St. Louis, Missouri; Saratoga Springs, New York; and New Orleans, Louisiana.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1982-26

Thornton, Barbara Mitchell, Collection, 1846-1854

14.00 items
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]