FSU/FAC. FSU Faculty Papers
Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
Research materials and correspondence used by FSU faculty member Adeline W. WIlkes in writing biographical materials about Dr. Doris Clack.
Assorted genealogical papers related to former Seminary West of the Suwannee, Florida State College and Florida Female College President (1897-1909), Albert A. Murphree. Includes some copies of photographs.
46 original drawings used as illustrations for Sea of Cortez by John Steinbeck and Edward Ricketts, 1941.
The Anna Forbes Liddell Papers consists of personal and professional papers collected throughout her life and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, research notes, articles, lecture notes, student papers, biographical information, photographs, and poetry.
Correspondence pertaining to Home Economics professor, Anna Marie Erdman.
The Arthur and Mayce Seymour Collection, in addition to containing correspondence between them, other family members, and friends, has articles written by the Seymours and many poems by Mayce. A major portion of the collection consists of photographs taken by the Seymours during their trips to India and China in the 1920s. Numerous paintings and sketches made by Mayce during these travels are also included.
Letters and research materials of Barbara McCrimmon, Florida State University alumna, mainly concerning her time spent drafting the biography of Dr. Richard Garnett.
Speeches, correspondence, newspaper clippings/newsletters, calendars, and photographs from Dr. Bernard F. Sliger, President of the Florida State University from 1976-1991.
This collection contains letters from literary people received when Professor Davis was chairing the English Department Lecture Committee in 1977-1978. Included is the full correspondence with Reed Whittemore. Other correspondents include: Saul Bellow, Frederick Crews, E. L. Doctorow, Tom Stoppard, and Paul Antony Tanner. There are also memos of Bertram Davis and lecture space reservation materials.
Correspondence to and from Norman L. Kilpatrick, Director of Florida State University Libraries, concerning the founding and early meetings of the Bibliographical Associates, an informal campus group that met to share interests in collecting rare books, old maps, original manuscripts, and other printed materials.
Publications, course materials, correspondence, grant records, photographs, illustrations, video recordings, and sound recordings documenting the academic career of Donald Caspar.
The Charlotte Edwards Maguire Collection consists of meeting minutes, correspondence, photographs, audiovisual materials related to her involvement with the Florida State University College of Medicine. The collection also includes materials from her non-FSU professional career, as well as personal documents and family photographs.
Collection includes manuscripts, galley proofs and teaching guides from two of Ms. Rainwater's publications as well as correspondence regarding their publication.
Subject files documenting her professional interests and teaching activities; research notes for her Florida State University (FSU) Florida Government classes; reference materials reflecting her teaching and other activities; class materials (reading lists, curricula, student papers) for her FSU Florida Government course; manuscripts; correspondence to Daisy Parker Flory and her husband Claude Flory; photograph of Dr. Flory.
Includes materials previously described as MSS 96-3, MSS 96-4, MSS 96-7, MSS 96-12, MSS 96-20, and MSS 96-22.
ACCESS RESTRICTIONS: Materials in Box 1422, 1423, and 1448 are restricted, and cannot be examined or used without permission of Daniel Eisenberg. Please contact Special Collections & Archives staff for more information on materials with access restrictions.
Original typescript of interview with Dean Louis Shores conducted by Doreen van Assenderp as part of her master's degree program
Documents pertaining to FSU biology professor Dr. Dexter M. Easton's professional and personal life, from his childhood in the 1930s through his death in 2010. Includes documents pertaining to his education, his scientific research, and his work as a university professor.
The collection consists of photographs of athletes and famous people Don Fauls knew during his long and accomplished career as an athletic trainer at Florida State, many of which include personal messages to Fauls. There are also plaques given to Don Fauls as awards and mementos.
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Select materials from this collection have been digitized and are available through the FSU Digital Library as part of a larger photograph collection.
Professional files of Dr. Donald D. Horward, including addresses and speeches, awards, committee files, correspondence, research materials, writings, operational and financial records of the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution, consortia, conference and congress files, and publications.
Publications, correspondence, news clippings, awards, photographs, maps, and memorabilia documenting the academic careers and travel of Douglas M. Windham and Jeannette Windham.
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.
Contains both holograph and typescripts of Beck's work, Under the Bombs: The German Home Front, 1942-1945. The papers also include a couple of maps, a 1987 essay exam, articles and newsclippings, research notes on various subjects, and many publications by others. This last area is especially strong in works by German authors including a handful by Schonemann. Collection includes MSS 92-21.
The papers of Dr. James A. Leitch Wright, Jr., noted historian who taught at Florida State University from 1968 to 1986. Wright received acclaim for his Colonial American research. His papers include correspondence, research materials, and manuscripts for his publications related to Southern Indian tribes.
Includes MSS 88-1, 86-26 and 92-19.
Collection consists mainly of photocopies of original manuscripts in Spanish from Archivos General de Indias, Sevilla, Spain. There are a few translations in Spanish and English in holograph, a few typed copies of the translations and transcription, plus some holograph notes and typed pages of the manuscript by Dr. Boyd. These, the microfilm rolls, and other items that are included in the gift by Dr. Boyd are packed in separate envelopes, boxes and other containers.
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.
This collection includes unpublished manuscripts of several of Dr. Bellamy's publications, papers he read before various groups, verses he composed on different occasions and a collection of Christmas cards, letters and wrappings.