This collection consists of one scrapbook, entitled "This is Arabia", and thirty photographs of Arabia taken by James T. Goodbread while living and working there. The scrapbook has an embossed camel-hide cover and contains many snapshots of places and people in Arabia.
Periodicals, sound recordings, photographic materials, and digital media containing correspondence, research materials, organizational records, and publications, documenting the career of Dr. Susan Fiorito at Florida State University. Note to researchers: This collection is in process, and portions remain unavailable to researchers at this time. Please contact FSU Libraries Special Collections & Archives for more information.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 00.HP-2007-063
Metal (bronze?) sign with the inscription "F.S.C.W. Building No. 6" mounted on a wooden plaque with the inscription, "Once Stood Near This Spot," beneath it. A note that accompanied the plaque stated that the "new psychology building was built on the site of the old FSCW Building No. 6, where Park Avenue runs into the campus." The sign may have been for the old gymnasium which, after it was moved to the campus side at corner of Copeland Street and Park Avenue, served for a time as the location of the Social Welfare Department.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 00.HP-2007-008
Artwork and pamphlets detailing significant people and events in French history, with an emphasis on the Napoleonic era. Access Restrictions: This collection is in process, and portions remain unavailable to researchers at this time. Please contact FSU Libraries Special Collections & Archives for more information.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 01.MSS 1991-004
Collection containing facsimile pages from rare books. One page is from the "Life of St. Dorothy" and the "Life of St. Brandon." The second page is written in Latin; source unknown. The third page appears to be from a historical narrative concerning an undetermined tribe of Indians. Each page has note they were purchased from Dawson's Book Shop in 1951.