The Florida Studies Center Collections contain monographs, maps, manuscripts, photographs, printed ephemera, oral histories, and artists’ books relating to Florida’s history and culture, especially the Tampa Bay region and its relationship with the Caribbean Basin. The collections center around the themes of immigration, race, ethnicity, and gender and place them in a global context. Particular strengths include Ybor City and Wests Tampa’s immigrant and ethnic experience and cigar label chromolithography.

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Submissions from 1990

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The Bureau of Braille and Talking Book Library Services, Florida Library History Project

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The Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library, Florida Library History Project

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Three Rivers Regional Library System, John K. Hadden

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Tingley Memorial Library, Carol Sandidge

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Union County Public Library, Virginia K. Bird

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University of South Florida - Tampa Library, Florida Library History Project

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University of Tampa - Macdonald-Kelce Library (Formerly Merl Kelce Library), Florida Library History Project

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Volusia County Public Library, Gayle Harmon

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Wakulla County Public Library, Florida Library History Project

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Walton-DeFuniak Library, Florida Library History Project

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Webster College Library - Part 1, Mary S. Barzelay

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Webster College Library - Part 2, Mary S. Barzelay

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West Florida Regional Library, Florida Library History Project

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Wilderness Coast Public Libraries, Cheryl Turner

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William C. Brooker, probate perfectionist, Morison Buck

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William J. Barker: Real life Judge Hardy, 1886-1968, Morison Buck

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William Shelby Graham: Judicial hat-trick (1861-1953), Morison Buck

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Winter Haven Public Library, Gertrude Watkins and Josephine Burr

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Winter Park Public Library, Susana S. Parnell and Yvonne C. T Vassel

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Zephyrhills Public Library, Donalda Kelly

Submissions from 1989

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Sunland Tribune 15/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 11/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 11/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1988

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Sunland Tribune 14/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 10/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 10/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1987

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Sunland Tribune 13/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 09/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 09/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1986

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Sunland Tribune 12/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 08/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 08/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1985

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Sunland Tribune 11/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 07/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 07/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1984

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Sunland Tribune 10/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 06/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 06/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1983

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Sunland Tribune 09/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 05/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 05/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1982

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Sunland Tribune 08/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 04/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 04/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1981

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Sunland Tribune 07/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 03/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 03/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1980

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Sunland Tribune 06/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 02/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 02/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1979

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Sunland Tribune 05/01, Tampa Historical Society

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Tampa Bay History 01/01, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

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Tampa Bay History 01/02, University of South Florida. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Department of History

Submissions from 1978

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Sunland Tribune 04/01, Tampa Historical Society

Submissions from 1977

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Sunland Tribune 03/01, Tampa Historical Society

Submissions from 1975

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Sunland Tribune 02/01, Tampa Historical Society

Submissions from 1974

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Sunland Tribune 01/01, Tampa Historical Society

Submissions from 1972

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/08, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/10, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/26, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/27, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/28, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/29, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/30, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/34, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/35, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/36, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/41, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/42, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/43, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/44, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/47, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/49, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/50, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/51, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/52, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/53, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 25/54, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

Submissions from 1971

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/101, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/104, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/92, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/94, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/95, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/97, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

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Florida Sentinel Bulletin 24/98, Florida Sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.

Submissions from 1970

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A superb survival' of mid-19th century, Hampton Dunn

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Miami Cubans remember 'Bay of Pigs', Hampton Dunn

Submissions from 1960

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100-year-old post office now "retired", Hampton Dunn

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A bit of old Spain in the oldest city, Hampton Dunn

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A 'dowager queen' or an 'astounding heap?', Hampton Dunn

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A fort was built around the lighthouse, Hampton Dunn

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A giant welcome to John Ringling Hotel guests, Hampton Dunn

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A great physician was born and died here, Hampton Dunn

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All land surveys in Florida begin at this point, Hampton Dunn

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An ancient civil defense shelter, Hampton Dunn

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Ancient home served as a blockhouse, Hampton Dunn

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Ancient Indian litterbugs left mound, Hampton Dunn

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And the skeeters gobbled up the bats!, Hampton Dunn

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Apalachicola church pounded in 1839, Hampton Dunn

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Architect converted road into retreat for pedestrians, Hampton Dunn

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A retreat for a racketeer, Hampton Dunn

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Artistic Ringling built home, now housing New College, Hampton Dunn

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Assassin aimed at president-elect in Miami, Hampton Dunn

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Attractive Knott house dates back to 1831, Hampton Dunn

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Battle of Marianna raged around St. Luke's, Hampton Dunn

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Beautiful enough to make an atheist pray, Hampton Dunn

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Billy Graham trembled before first "crusade" at Peniel, Hampton Dunn

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Blockhouse built in 1837 still 'sound', Hampton Dunn

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Boca Grande - Hideaway for the rich, Hampton Dunn

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Boca Raton Hotel a legend in its time, Hampton Dunn

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Bok made world more beautiful and better, Hampton Dunn

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Boom-time hotel now a military school, Hampton Dunn

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Boom-time Inn still a delightful spot, Hampton Dunn

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Brick wall a memento of early Navy yard, Hampton Dunn

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Bridge is Florida's largest public works, Hampton Dunn

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Bronson Methodist Church 100 years old, Hampton Dunn

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Cable-drawn ferry collides with 'progress', Hampton Dunn

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Campbelltonians say, "We're the oldest!", Hampton Dunn

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Canal false start left old bridge piers, Hampton Dunn

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Capital's oldest public building is a church, Hampton Dunn

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Carl Fisher's honeymoon house still stands, Hampton Dunn

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Cathedral facade truly a landmark, Hampton Dunn

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Catholics 'needed competition,' so supported Methodists, Hampton Dunn

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Cedar Key Museum tells exciting story, Hampton Dunn

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Chuluota didn't make it as boom town, Hampton Dunn

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Church in same spot but in four counties, Hampton Dunn

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Church, pre-fabbed in N.Y., brought to Florida by Schooner, Hampton Dunn

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Circus king left Florida a great legacy, Hampton Dunn

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Collier memorialized in Royal Palm Hammock, Hampton Dunn

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Colonial Hotel princess of yesterday, Hampton Dunn

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Conquistadores brought Catholicism to Tampa, Hampton Dunn

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Convent has served as a hospital, Hampton Dunn

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Court house modeled after Jefferson's 'Monticello', Hampton Dunn

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Crooked River Light part of network, Hampton Dunn

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Croom family perished in shipwreck, Hampton Dunn

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Dade Court House has 'escape proof' jail, Hampton Dunn

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"Dad" Gandy's "wild, visionary scheme", Hampton Dunn

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"Damn those Confederate torpedoes" - Farragut, Hampton Dunn

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Dan MaCarty's is "a living monument", Hampton Dunn

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"Dem spooks" pilot car for you backing uphill, Hampton Dunn

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DeSoto and the Indians bargained under oak tree in Tampa, Hampton Dunn

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De Soto first visitor to Bickel Mound, Hampton Dunn

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Did Civil War shooting begin in Florida?, Hampton Dunn

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Dorr house was post-bellum social center, Hampton Dunn

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Dr. Gorrie has niche in Statuary Hall, Hampton Dunn

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Duke wed beer heiress, built a 'castle', Hampton Dunn

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Edison Florida home first pre-fab house, Hampton Dunn

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Edison launched Fort Myers' 'Avenue of Palms', Hampton Dunn

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Eglin neighbors remember Doolittle Raiders, Hampton Dunn

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Egmont Key Lighthouse more than 100 years old, Hampton Dunn

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Eight flags have flown from Fort Clinch, Hampton Dunn

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Elegant hostelery of the 80's still stands, Hampton Dunn

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Enterprise was the Palm Beach of an earlier day, Hampton Dunn

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Eons ago, the both rumbled over Florida, Hampton Dunn

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Erosion has plagued Cape San Blas Lighthouse, Hampton Dunn

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Ex-congressman once 'ruled' Amelia Island, Hampton Dunn

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Expensive boomtime lands survives assault, Hampton Dunn

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Extinct' Key deer now abound in the Keys, Hampton Dunn

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Fashionable Bulow Plantation in ruins, Hampton Dunn

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Fernandina hotel rich in history, Hampton Dunn

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Fiery Jose Marti remembered in Ybor City, Hampton Dunn

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First Flush 'John' brought fame to this house, Hampton Dunn

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First Methodist circuit rider built ante-bellum home, Hampton Dunn

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First 'Road of Remembrance' in nation, Hampton Dunn

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"Flagler's Folly" linked Key West to Mainland, Hampton Dunn

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Flagler's rolling 'home' retired in elegance, Hampton Dunn

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Florida boasts world's largest cypress, Hampton Dunn

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Florida capitol old as the state itself, Hampton Dunn

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Florida history on display at odd spot, Hampton Dunn

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Florida mecca for millionaires, Hampton Dunn

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Florida's haven for shipwrecked sailors, Hampton Dunn

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Florida's oldest inhabited community, Hampton Dunn

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Florida's oldest Presbyterian church, Hampton Dunn

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Florida's oldest saloon built in 1878, Hampton Dunn

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Florida's own Foucault Pendulum, Hampton Dunn

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Fort DeSoto built during Spanish-American War, Hampton Dunn

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Fort Pierce displays relics from the waters, Hampton Dunn

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Fort San Carlos' yo-yo ownership, Hampton Dunn

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Frederick Delius found himself in Florida, Hampton Dunn

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Gamble mansion was hideout for Confederate official, Hampton Dunn

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Gangster John Ashley lost eye in bank robbery, Hampton Dunn

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General Grant didn't build that interesting house, Hampton Dunn

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Gettysburg hero designed Florida lighthouse, Hampton Dunn

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Governor's grove a symbol of friendship, Hampton Dunn

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Governor's residence truly an antique, Hampton Dunn

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Gracious living in the South in the 1800s, Hampton Dunn

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Hamilton Disston organized Kissimmee church, Hampton Dunn

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Hemingway's hangout: Sloppy Joe's Bar, Hampton Dunn

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He missed being U.S. Senator by one vote, Hampton Dunn

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Hickory Island home built in 1855, Hampton Dunn

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Hindu temple with Christian cross is meditation spot, Hampton Dunn

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Historic church in state's 'forgotten port', Hampton Dunn

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Historic city gate guards St. Augustine, Hampton Dunn

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Historic Dorothy Walton house restored, Hampton Dunn

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Historic old Drew Mansion rots away, Hampton Dunn

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Historic Pensacola's most historic structure, Hampton Dunn

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Historic St. Paul's Organized Christmas Day, 1832, Hampton Dunn

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Historic Suwannee once called 'Guasaca Esqui', Hampton Dunn

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History is lost on old fort at New Symrna, Hampton Dunn

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HMS Bounty replica rests in peace, Hampton Dunn

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Homely Rector's photo paid to roof church, Hampton Dunn

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Home of "The Tallahassee Girl", Hampton Dunn

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Home owned by Governor Perry still stands, Hampton Dunn

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Hoover Dike protects 'Big Water' (Lake Okeechobee), Hampton Dunn

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Horses, carriages gone --- but Lakeside Inn lives on, Hampton Dunn

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Hotel of 1890's now houses antiques, Hampton Dunn

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How 'Duke of Dunnellon' discovered phosphate, Hampton Dunn

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Hulley Tower memorializes Stetson leader, Hampton Dunn

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Hurricane-proof' inn success from the start, Hampton Dunn

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Indian chief's head dress was a lighthouse reflector, Hampton Dunn

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Indians frolicked at Florida playground area, Hampton Dunn

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Indian Springs church building built in 1854, Hampton Dunn

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Inspirational monument to gravity, Hampton Dunn

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Interesting 'sermons in stones' from Rollins' walk, Hampton Dunn

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Is world's most photographed vessel, Hampton Dunn

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"It is not anybody's damn business...", Hampton Dunn

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It is slaves' market, not slaves market, Hampton Dunn

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It's "h" after "a", Daytona Beach time, Hampton Dunn

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Izaak Walton Lodge a fitting name, Hampton Dunn

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Jacksonville's "treaty oak" is 300 years old, Hampton Dunn

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James Ormond II - an "honest man", Hampton Dunn

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J.C. Penney honored revered parents in Florida, Hampton Dunn

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John wanted "just a little bit of a place", Hampton Dunn

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Jose Marti, Cuba's 'George Washington', slept here, Hampton Dunn

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Keg on roof alerted 'Yankee' danger, Hampton Dunn

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Key light was a lonely beam during Civil War, Hampton Dunn

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Keys' lighthouses wrecked the 'wreckers', Hampton Dunn

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Key West house once a pirates' hideout, Hampton Dunn

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Key West is truly a 'presidential city', Hampton Dunn

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'King of the Crackers' endowed education, Hampton Dunn

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Lee boosted Florida; Florida loves Lee, Hampton Dunn

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Light house old, but tale Drake saw it is myth, Hampton Dunn

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Little school house over 100 years old, Hampton Dunn

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Live Oak Avenue' commemorates educator, Hampton Dunn

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Louisville publisher pioneered Naples, Hampton Dunn

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Manatee anchors claim as DeSoto landing site, Hampton Dunn

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Marco cemetery recalls tales of tragedies, Hampton Dunn

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Marco Lodge: History amid 'progress', Hampton Dunn

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Matanzas is Spanish for 'massacre', Hampton Dunn

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Menendez ousted French from Florida, Hampton Dunn

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Me whip' future president - Billy Bowlegs, Hampton Dunn

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Miami's salute to good neighbors to south, Hampton Dunn

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Mizner left mark on West Coast coast, also, Hampton Dunn

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Modern Tallahassee surrounds slave quarters, Hampton Dunn

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Monticello has oldest brick building in state, Hampton Dunn

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Monticello's old opera house being restored, Hampton Dunn

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Monument salutes volunteers in Indian War, Hampton Dunn

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Moreno cottage was honeymoon nest in 1879, Hampton Dunn

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Mother of Miami' lured Flagler with orange blossoms, Hampton Dunn

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Mothers made this country great, Hampton Dunn

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Mulberry tries to save namesake tree, Hampton Dunn

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Musicians now use old Coral Gables Inn, Hampton Dunn

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Napoleon's aide settle 'God's own resting place', Hampton Dunn

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Navy air station buildings are old, Hampton Dunn

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Neighbor John' dispensed shiny dimes at Ormond, Hampton Dunn

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Nothing's changed at All Saints since '83, Hampton Dunn

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Not the 'oldest house' but still an oldie, Hampton Dunn

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"Old 91" is handsome Key West landmark, Hampton Dunn

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Old Brandon home is Brandon landmark, Hampton Dunn

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Old court house now an apartment building, Hampton Dunn

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Old FEC depot at Princeton preserved, Hampton Dunn

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Old governor's home remains in capital, Hampton Dunn

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Old hotel typifies sleepy fishing village, Hampton Dunn

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Old landmark water tower an imposing sight, Hampton Dunn

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Old Methodist church named for Indian, Hampton Dunn

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Old Spanish Trail was no superhighway, Hampton Dunn

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Once gay Potter Palmer estate now silent, Hampton Dunn

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Orlando's 100th birthday present, Hampton Dunn

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Osceola boasts oldest courthouse, Hampton Dunn

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Osceola's enemies acknowledged his virtues, Hampton Dunn

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Palm Beach Biltmore a boomtime landmark, Hampton Dunn

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Panic of 1837 closed territorial bank, Hampton Dunn

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Papa' Hemingway wrote his best in Key West, Hampton Dunn

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Pasco de las lamas': Where the action was, Hampton Dunn

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Pensacola depicts the story of naval aviation, Hampton Dunn

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Pensacola Gonzalez' go back six generations, Hampton Dunn

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Pensacola's "new" Christ Church not new, Hampton Dunn

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Pensacola's 'oldest house' is sturdy, Hampton Dunn

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Permanent Christmas tree symbol of love, Hampton Dunn

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Pharmacist's hobby becomes a museum, Hampton Dunn

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Picturesque homestead reflects pioneer living in Florida, Hampton Dunn

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Pinellas' oldest church moves after four decades, Hampton Dunn

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Pioneer doctor gained fame as botanist, Hampton Dunn

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Pioneer farm preserves heritage, Hampton Dunn

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Pioneer journalists lived in pre-fab house, Hampton Dunn

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Pioneer overseas airman recognized, Hampton Dunn

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Ponce De Leon mortally wounded at Fort De Soto, Hampton Dunn

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Poor Ponce, he missed the Fountain of Youth, Hampton Dunn

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Postal retirees admire Quinn's Statue, Hampton Dunn

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Pre-Civil War home has 'timbers like iron', Hampton Dunn

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President Kennedy made last speech in Tampa, Hampton Dunn

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Pre-space age railroad serviced the planets, Hampton Dunn

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Quaint railroad depot to be preserved, Hampton Dunn

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Queen of England gave gifts to Lakeland church, Hampton Dunn

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Quina House retains Jacksonian era characteristics, Hampton Dunn

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Quincy boasts first state bank, Hampton Dunn

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Railroad men built Venice for retirement, Hampton Dunn

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Randall House had first inside bathroom, Hampton Dunn

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Real royalty once graced Florida's capital, Hampton Dunn

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Remember the 'Maine,' to hell with Spain!, Hampton Dunn

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Resort hotel houses Billy Graham's alma mater, Hampton Dunn

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Restaurant stands on site of old Fort Brooke, Hampton Dunn

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Rod & Gun Club - Hideaway for presidents, Hampton Dunn

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Room & board, $2 - You furnish meat, Hampton Dunn

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Rosebank,' home of phosphate discoverer, Hampton Dunn

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Sabal palm, our state tree, grows throughout Florida, Hampton Dunn

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San-ai-an, "the adobe of three loves", Hampton Dunn

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Sanctuary lies 'a million years from Miami', Hampton Dunn

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Sanibel light guards island 'paradise', Hampton Dunn

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Sarasota's Asolo Theatre is ancient, Hampton Dunn

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Sarasota's unique curbside culture, Hampton Dunn

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School house dates back to revolutionary days, Hampton Dunn

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Seminole County never built a court house, Hampton Dunn

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Serene spot marks site of brutal massacre, Hampton Dunn

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Sherman served at Fort Dallas as lieutenant, Hampton Dunn

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Sidewalk superintendents' got evangelized, Hampton Dunn

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Site of Bloody Dade Massacre now a park, Hampton Dunn

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Site of Koreshan cult now state park, Hampton Dunn

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Site of the nation's first Christmas, Hampton Dunn

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"Society" church preceded Palm Beach's wealthy, Hampton Dunn

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Spanish king gave American a piece of Florida, Hampton Dunn

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Spanish plate fleet wrecked off Florida, Hampton Dunn

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State arsenal site has ancient background, Hampton Dunn

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State hospital buildings are ante-bellum, Hampton Dunn

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State park now site for restored mansion, Hampton Dunn

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Steamboating on the St. John's, Hampton Dunn

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Steamboat 'Madison' rests in the Suwannee, Hampton Dunn

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Step back into the Middle Ages - In Florida!, Hampton Dunn

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St. Johns River missionaries founded church, Hampton Dunn

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St. Michael's history dates back to 1558, Hampton Dunn

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St. Michael's one of oldest cemeteries in U.S, Hampton Dunn

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St. Nicholas is center of Greek community life, Hampton Dunn

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Stonewall Jackson gave $5 to Tampa church, Hampton Dunn

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Story of a lonely, elderly 'princess', Hampton Dunn

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St. Paul's dates back to territorial days, Hampton Dunn

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St. Pete stakes claim as site for Navarez Landing, Hampton Dunn

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St. Pete trademarks: Sunshine and benches, Hampton Dunn

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Stranger consider and be wiser, Hampton Dunn

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Sugar mill or mission ruins, it's interesting, Hampton Dunn

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Sweet smell of tobacco permeates old Ybor factory, Hampton Dunn

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Tallahassee home represents ante-bellum architecture, Hampton Dunn

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Tallahassee library organized in 1883, Hampton Dunn

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Tampa's first 'skyscraper' still stands, Hampton Dunn

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"Tampa Town" was launching pad for Jules Verne, Hampton Dunn

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That 'little woman who started a great war', Hampton Dunn

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That's a lighthouse - not a missile!, Hampton Dunn

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The aging 'bay view' is 'firm as a rock', Hampton Dunn

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The 'believe it or not!' bridge, Hampton Dunn

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The 'bride's church' graces Coconut Grove, Hampton Dunn

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The cars go around grave in street, Hampton Dunn

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The church Harriet Beecher Stowe built, Hampton Dunn

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The city hall that doesn't look like one, Hampton Dunn

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The Clewiston Inn is local landmark, Hampton Dunn

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The 'Dade Pyramids' in National Cemetery, Hampton Dunn

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The day 'Ma' Barker was slain in Florida, Hampton Dunn

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The dreamer of South Florida, Hampton Dunn

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The fine hotel named for an opera star, Hampton Dunn

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The Florida town that was to supplant Hollywood, Hampton Dunn

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The 'Great Cross - Beacon of the faith', Hampton Dunn

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The greatest jigsaw puzzle of them all, Hampton Dunn

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The great freeze' caused church to move, Hampton Dunn

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The hotel built by a citizens committee, Hampton Dunn

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The house built to last for centuries, Hampton Dunn

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The ladies sipped tea, the men plotted murder, Hampton Dunn

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The Landmark Tower on the boulevard, Hampton Dunn

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The "little governor" from Arizona founded Tarpon, Hampton Dunn

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The man said: "Make it beautiful!", Hampton Dunn

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The monument on the Biscayne Bay Isle, Hampton Dunn

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The monument to unrequited love, Hampton Dunn

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The old chimney to be preserved, Hampton Dunn

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The old country store is back, Hampton Dunn

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The "old swinger" serves Marco motorists, Hampton Dunn

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The original "gasoline alley", Hampton Dunn

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The Rolyat is 'Taylor' spelled backwards, Hampton Dunn

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The sorry deal under the "treaty oak", Hampton Dunn

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The "state shack" bows to "executive residence", Hampton Dunn

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The Tangerine was once classy winter resort, Hampton Dunn

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The Waltons were freedom-fighters, Hampton Dunn

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The weather is balmy and so is Fisher, Hampton Dunn

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The world's first scheduled airline, Hampton Dunn

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The world's 'most beautiful' post office, Hampton Dunn

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The world's most beautiful swimmin' hole, Hampton Dunn

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They call it 'Moss Hill heritage', Hampton Dunn

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They walk in honor at Florida Southern, Hampton Dunn

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Timicuan Indians, of Pre-Columbus days, left clan symbols, Hampton Dunn

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Timucuans remembered at state park, Hampton Dunn

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Tragedy interrupted building of "Goodwood", Hampton Dunn

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Trinity is Florida's oldest Episcopal church, Hampton Dunn

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Triumph in recalling a golden age, Hampton Dunn

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U.D.C. headquarters in 'Patten House', Hampton Dunn

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Unimpressive marker notes historic treaty, Hampton Dunn

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Union Station was 'out in the boondocks', Hampton Dunn

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Unusual monument symbolizes friendship, Hampton Dunn

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U.S. 1 starts here 'at the end of the rainbow', Hampton Dunn

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U.S. 'Gibraltar' obsolete before completion, Hampton Dunn

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U.S. hero built lighthouses in Florida, Hampton Dunn

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U.S.'s first hero of World War II a Floridian, Hampton Dunn

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Village boasts oldest brick rail station, Hampton Dunn

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Virginia Dare Not first white youngun born in U.S!, Hampton Dunn

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Wacissa more promising than Tallahassee to Episcopaleans, Hampton Dunn

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Walking dredge had role in building Tamiami Trail, Hampton Dunn

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Way down upon de Swanee Ribber, Hampton Dunn

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When Miami lighthouse was a blazing chimney, Hampton Dunn

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Where Andy Jackson took over Florida for U.S, Hampton Dunn

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Whitehall, the Taj Mahal of North America, Hampton Dunn

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Whitty's Drug Store a North Florida landmark, Hampton Dunn

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Who cares what time it is?, Hampton Dunn

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Who was Jefferson Bell?, Hampton Dunn

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World's most unique monument, Hampton Dunn

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Wright architecture marks Florida Southern, Hampton Dunn

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Yanks stopped in fierce fight at Woodville, Hampton Dunn

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Young cadets, old men saved the capital, Hampton Dunn

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You 'wallow in history' at St. Marks, Hampton Dunn

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Yulee pioneered railroading in state, Hampton Dunn

Submissions from 1943

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1940-1942 Statistical Information for the Work Projects Administration, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Program: Benefit for Centro Español Sección de Damas de Protección y Auxilio, Centro Español, Sección de Damas de Protección y Auxilio

Submissions from 1942

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Conference Agendas: Florida Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

Submissions from 1941

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Greek Culture, John Fileraton, Peter Caravasios, and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Minimum Standards Governing the Organization and Operation of Adult Education Classes, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

Submissions from 1940

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Bulletin: Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Field Manual of Employment Procedure: For the use of Project Supervisory Personnel, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Material on Indians of North America, London Yearly Meeting for Sufferings, Society of Friends; Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends; Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends; and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Recording Folklore in Key West, Stetson Kennedy and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Report: Fourth Annual Florida Art Project , September 1, 1939-August 31, 1940, Stetson Kennedy and Federal Art Project

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WPA Progress Report, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

Submissions from 1938

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Copy of Field Notes for Florida Encyclopedia, Bernard F. Borchardt and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Postcard: El pueblo de Cuba socorre amorosamente a la infancia española, ayúdenos a hacerle un 1938 más grato, Roland Manteiga

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Program: Gran tendia social, Alice Menéndez

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Slave narrative of D. "Parson" Davis, Sap-Sucker, from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), October 28,1938, Paul Diggs and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Mary Mimus Biddie(s) from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), 1938, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Mary Minmus Biddis from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938),1938, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of M.N. McCullough from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 13, 1938, Rose Shepherd and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Samson Forrester from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), September 12, 1938, Jules A. Frost and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

Submissions from 1937

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Flier: Gran funcion a beneficio de los huerfanos de España, Alice Menéndez and Centro Asturiano de Tampa

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Letter: 1937 Aug. 18, Madrid, Spain, to Victoriano Manteiga, Felipe Rojas, Victoriano Manteiga, and Roland Manteiga

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Program: Gran picnic a beneficio de la Sección de Propaganda, Alice Menéndez

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Program: Velada commemorativa del sexto aniversario de la República Española, Alice Menéndez

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Slave narrative of Ambrose Douglass from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), 1937, Martin D. Richardson and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Clayborn Gantling from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), April 16, 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Douglas Dorsey from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), January 11, 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Fank Berry from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), September 11, 1937, additional information only, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Georgia Love from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Kate Golden from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), May 18, 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Neil Coker Grandin from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), 1937, Martin D. Richardson and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Rev. Squires Jackson from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), September 11, 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Stephen Harvell from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), May 17, 1937, B. F. Borchardt and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Victoria Harris from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 17, 1937, Zelia Sweet and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Willis Williams from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), March 20, 1937, Viola B. Muse and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Stories of Florida: "A marine in ebony" from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), July 9, 1937, Uncle Dave, Jules A. Frost, and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Stories of Florida: "Haints" from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), October 20, 1937 , Jules A. Frost and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Stories of Florida: "Mama Duck" from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), May 19, 1937, Jules A. Frost and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Stories of Florida: "Stephen Harville, ex-slave" from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), July 8, 1937, Jules A. Frost and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Ticket: Gran pic-nic que se celebrara en La Columna Park, Alice Menéndez

Submissions from 1936

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Affidavit to explain lack of passport, Josefa Oural and Warren C. Stewart

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España pasaporte: Josefa Oural, Josefa Oural and José R. Oural

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History of Hillsborough County, Bernard F. Borchardt and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Slave narrative of Acie Thomas from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), November 25, 1936, Pearl Randolph and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Aunt Sarah from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Bolden Hall from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 20, 1936, Alfred Farrell and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Charles Griffin from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), May 18, 1937, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Charlotte Martinfrom the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 1936, Alfred Farrell and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Christine Mitchell from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), November 10, 1936, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Claude Augusta Wilson from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), November 6, 1936, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Douglas Parish from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), November 10, 1936, Rachel A. Austin and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Edward Lycurgas from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 5, 1936, Pearl Randoloh and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of "Father" Charles Coates from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 3, 1936, Viola B. Muse and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Frank Berry from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 18, 1936, interview and September 11, 1937, additional information, Pearl Randolph and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Frank Berry from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 18, 1936 interview only, Pearl Randolph and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Louis Napoleon from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), November 17, 1936, J. M. Johnson and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Lucius Lamar Douglas from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), May 18, 1936, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Marcarett Nickerson from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 5, 1936, Rachel A. Austin and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Patience Campbell from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 15, 1936, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Sam and Louisa Everett from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), October 8, 1936, Pearl Randolph and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Sarah Ross from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), August 1936, Alfred Farrell and State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of Shack Thomas, centennarian, from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), December 8, 1936, State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Slave narrative of The Ocoee Riot from the Federal Writers' Project (1936-1938), State of Florida. Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration

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Telegram: 1936 Dec. 3, New York, to Josefa Oural, Josefina Oural and Josefa Oural

Submissions from 1935

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Map: Florida Works Progress Administration Administrative Districts, Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

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Personal Observations of Emigration of Workers: As Translated from Spanish to English, Manuel Marrero and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida

Submissions from 1933

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La Gaceta 11/157, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/158, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/159, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/160, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/161, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/162, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/163, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/164, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/165, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/166, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/167, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/168, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/169, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/171, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/172, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/173, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/174, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/175, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/176, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/177, La Gaceta Newspaper

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La Gaceta 11/178, La Gaceta Newspaper