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Winner Collection of Glenn Miller Manuscripts, 0

1.50 Linear Feet
In 2007, Martin Winner donated these handwritten scores and parts to FAU Libraries.  Mr. Winner's sister, Dorothy Demby-Lasky worked for the Glenn Miller Agency in New York City and was assigned as Johnny Desmond's secretary.  She came into possession of the music after the Glenn Miller Agency vacated their Manhattan offices circa 1947.  After some time, Ms. Demby-Lasky gave the music to her brother Mr. Winner.  These compositions were performed on the radio circa 1944 but were not published.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 01.MSS 2015-010

Francois Bucher Papers, 1300, 1565, 1880-1996

9.75 Linear Feet
Professional and personal papers of Francois Bucher (1927-1999), professor of Art History (1978-1996), including correspondence, instructional materials, artwork, research materials, and scholarly works. Significant correspondents include William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Paul Sharits, and Kurt Vonnegut. The collection includes works by Sinclair Beiles, Bucher and Burroughs. Subjects include Bucher's academic career at University of Minnesota, Yale University, Brown University, State University of New York-Binghamton, and Florida State University; Junction B and the Nautilus Foundation in Lloyd, Florida; and Bucher's novel Ein Strahlendes End (A Small Accident).
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1985-19

Keller Manuscript, 1421-1455

10.00 items
Manuscript in Latin, on vellum; a receipt in Portuguese, with possible date of 1421, and script of 1453 and 1455 on verso. Possibly a palimpsest. With untraviolet photographs and related papers.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: HP 2012-021

The Kneadle, 14 May 1968

1.00 items
Florida State University underground newspaper featuring articles related to student activism and published on 14 May 1968.  Some of the article titles include: "Student Demonstrators Continue Vigil at FSU," "Black Form Council for 'Inner City,'" "Censors' Dirty Hands: Put Them Back In Your Own Pockets!!"  Published by "Seminole Press Inc.," and Laurel Akers, Don Cave, Dave Smith, and Marge Vandervalk served on the editorial board.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: MSS 0-27

Dr. Mark F. Boyd Collection (additional gift), 1516-1965

2.00 boxes
This addition to the Dr. Mark F. Boyd Collection consists chiefly of items relating to the duties and activities of Don Juan Joseph de la Puente, St. Augustine, Florida, who, in 1772, was appointed Auditor of Accounts of the Royal Coffers for the Windward Islands, Province of Florida, Louisiana, Yucatan, Campeche, etc., but as other subjects are embraced, the papers have been separated and filed according to main subjects and envelopes and packages are labeled as such.
UWF University Archives and West Florida History Center: M1983-28MF

Luna Papers, 1559-1560

1.00 items
Microfilm of the spanish documents pertaining to Don Tristan De Luna, 1559-1560, that were partly transcribed in Herbert Ingram Priestley's The Luna Papers (1928).
Florida Atlantic University Libraries: SPCW0004

Marvin and Sybil Weiner Spirit of America Collection Pamphlets -- Foreign Language, 1565-1942

9.00 Linear Feet
The Marvin and Sybil Weiner Spirit of America Collection at Florida Atlantic University offers a wide variety of primary source materials suitable for research in the disciplines of history, political science, philosophy, pre-law and linguistics. With more than 13,000 items, the collection consists of printed and manuscript materials dating from the fifteenth century to the modern era. Materials include rare books, pamphlets, historical newspapers and journals, broadsides and cartoons, and documents.
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.