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UCF Special Collections: SC.085
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African American Legacy: The Carol Mundy Collection, 1794-2010.

19.5 Linear Feet
Collector, Ms. Carol Mundy amassed this collection of monographs, manuscripts, sheet music, pamphlets, journals, newspapers, broadsides, posters, photographs, and rare ephemera focusing on the African American history. While the collection is comprehensive both nationally and internationally, it also contains materials that pertain to the African American experience in central Florida.
Florida Atlantic University Libraries: SPC00014

Bernard L. Weiss Print Collection, 1578-1778

2.00 Linear Feet
The print collection donated to FAU Libraries by Major General Bernard L. Weiss, U.S. Air Force, consists of seventeen lithographs and/or printed renditions from the Renaissance period, from artists Jost Amman, Wenceslaus Hollar, and Adriaen van Ostade. The collection includes a letter in French from 1693.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1967-01.##hb9

Blount Family Papers, 1726-1965

22.00 boxes
Family papers, business correspondence, maps, and other documents, 1726-1965, primarily relating to W.A. Blount and his son, F.M. Blount, of Pensacola.
UCF Special Collections: SC.005

Bryant West Indies Ephemera Collection, 1682-1968

0.5 Linear Feet
This collection of tourism brochures, pamphlets, maps and newspaper clippings documents the islands of the West Indies. The collection encompasses the Greater and Lesser Antilles, as well as the islands and nations of South America, and includes Cuba, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and Surinam.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: MSS 0-269

Carter Collection, 1782-1841

2.00 items
This collection consists of two documents, one a sales contract in Old German, and the other an executory contract in the Danish language. The sales contract is a manuscript document in Old German script on parchment, dated Altona, Germany, November 25, 1782, and signed by the Provisor of the Town Church, Holy Spirit Church. The contract is between the Holy Spirit Church and Mrs. Sophia Hedwig Witt, whereby she purchased the rights to certain burial grounds in the Church Cemetery of Altona, with the right to build a burial vault for up to 46 bodies. The other document is an executory contract written in the Danish language and dated Copenhagen, Denmark, November 10, 1841, issued by the King of Demark. The item states that H. Witt shall represent the Danish Government as Consul in the Republic of Peru, and it bears the Royal Danish seal. On the verso of this document is a manuscript confirmation of the appointment by the Peruvian government, in Spanish, and dated November 1841, and bears the seal of the Republic of Peru. Collection is also known as The Witt Documents.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: MSS 0-32

Documents of the British possessions of East and West Florida, 1762-1801

53.00 items
This collection consists of 40 signed documents, 7 autographed letters signed, and 6 letters signed, relating to the civil and military administration of the British possessions of East and West Florida. This is an important collection of manuscript material, apparently all unpublished, related to East and West Florida, which was part of the British Empire just prior to the American Revolution. Both were obtained from Spain at the Treaty of Paris in 1763. West Florida was captured by Governor Galvez of Louisiana in 1781, and East Florida reverted to Spain and was evacuated in 1784. Included in this collection are materials related to the following persons and topics: Major John Campbell, Lt. Col. Ralph Walsh, General Sir Frederick Haldimand, George Johnstone (Governor of West Florida), Patrick Tonyn (Governor of East Florida), Lt. Col. James Bruce, Peter Chester (Governor of West Florida), Lt. Col. M. G. Glasier, Pensacola, Florida, Lt. Gov. Monforte Brown, fortifications at Pensacola, Florida and Savannah, Georgia, troop movements from Pensacola and Mobile to the Mississippi River, St. Augustine, Florida, James Moore, Rangers, Lord George Germain (Secretary of State for the Colonies), Charlestown, South Carolina, military and naval intelligence, Lords of the Treasury, construction in Pensacola, French and rebel attacks, Johnstown, New York, and London. There are 42 items on West Florida and 11 items on East Florida.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 01.MSS 1990-012

Dr. Bertram Davis Newspaper Collection, 1682-1810

16.00 folders
Collection of 17th-19th century newspapers from London and Nottingham, England and Edinburgh, Scotland. Includes MSS 90-13, MSS 90-14, MSS 90-15 and MSS 90-16.