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Typed copy of manuscript with two letters by Alex St. Clair Abrams, Attorney at Law, to Miss Elizabeth Burleigh, to whom he sent a copy of the article, in compliance with her request. The memoranda is the history of Tavares' development.
Records. This collection contains the day books of a mercantile store in Monticello, Florida, dating from October 23, 1915, to December 22, 1943. Also included are store receipts from 1941.
Printed copy of Message of the President, Executive Department, Tallahassee, December 9, 1864, to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Confederate States Congress, Richmond, Virginia. Signed by John Milton, Governor of Florida, the document is a "Joint Resolution of Confidence in and Thanks to President Jefferson Davis." Also signed by A.K. Allison, President of the Senate; F.L. Villepigue, Secretary of the Senate; Philip Dell, Speaker House of Representatives; Wm. Forsyth Bynum, Clerk House of Representatives; John Milton, Governor of Florida, and B.F. Allen, Secretary of State.
Also known as MSS 0-184
Personal papers, journal publications, and handwritten notebooks of Professor Michael Kasha.
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.
Typed drafts, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, event programs, and note cards documenting sermons written and delivered by Milton S. Carothers, as well as his career at Florida State University.
Some sermons were later collected in Letters & Lessons of Faith and More Letters & Lessons of Faith.
Day books detailing transactions, mostly sales, to and with customers
English-language summaries and translations by Charles T. Lawson and Carl Manelshagen of German-language diaries kept by missionaries of the Moravian Church while active near Springplace, Georgia from 1800 to 1836. The diaries recount daily activities of the missionaries, especially concerning missionary activities among members of the Cherokee Nation.
The letter was written on genuine birch bark by Mrs. S. L. Cawthon, October 2, 1914, while on vacation at Springfield, Vermont, and was addressed to "My Dear Girls." The letter is quite legible and contains some excellent descriptions of the areas in Vermont where she was vacationing.
Also known as MSS 0-51.
This collection consists of photocopied notes and letter transcripts of the Munnerlyn Family. Among the items are genealogical notes on the family (photocopied); Civil War letters of James Keene Munnerlyn, 1861-1864, (Typescript translations of letters, photocopied); and notes about the materials (photocopied).
Photographs of two manuscripts and a printed article from Florida Highways. Manuscripts include naturalization papers of Achille Murat and an affidavit of R. K. Call concerning those naturalization papers. The article contains information about and pictures of Achille and Catherine Murat, as well as a historical sketch of the discovery and development of Florida.
Seven teaching certificates issued to Dr. Hinson by the State of Florida from 1914 to 1927.
Typed transcript of a 1972 interview with Miss N. Clare Bowen, Tallahassee, Florida, concerning her neighbors on N. Calhoun Street, particularly those of 1904. Interviewer is Clifton L. Paisley. With typed draft and correspondence. The collection also includes a list of N. Calhoun Street residents taken from the 1904 directory and a short biography of N. Clare Bowen by Mr. Paisley.
The Nikola R. Pribic Collection consists of correspondence and news clippings in the following languages: English, Czech, German, and Russian. The papers highlight his work as a professor teaching, conducting research within the field of modern languages and literature, and on how he was of service to the University and community.
Book prospectus pamphlets from Nonesuch Press (1924-1963) and two letters of correspondence from the Nonesuch Press to book buyers. The prospectuses include detailed descriptions of the selections of literary works that will be made available through the Nonesuch Press for the determined year. Information about each publication includes the original author, the quality of the paper, the materials used to bind the book, the size of the book, and information about the illustrations.
One leather-bound photo album inscribed 'Compliments of Mr. M M Northrup to Mrs. M M Northrup, Utica, N. Y., Dec 25th 186(?)'
Album contains family portraits in tin-type, ferro-type and sepia-prints, as well as Mr. Northrup's signed Temperance League pledge card counter-signed by J. B. Van (V?)orst, President, and (J?) E. (J?)ady, Secretary, dated Oct, 1863.
14 page journal written by unknown man who was a New York State monument manufacturer. It contains many vivid descriptions of his travels, centered around Jacksonville and on the St. Johns River. He describes visits to plantations, fishing and hunting trips and gives a good description of Florida at the time.
Water color painting of Old Presbyterian Church and Dutch Kitchen, Tallahassee, Florida. Painted by Mrs. Grace Crumpacker, South Bend, Indiana.
Legal documents and case files of Operation Coin Toss from 2002-2004, a joint investigation with Florida State University Police Department, Tallahassee Police Department, and Florida Department of Law Enforcement regarding Adrian McPherson and gambling.
Photocopy of Ordinance of Secession of the State of Florida, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, "Done in open convention, January 10th, A.D. 1861." The document is quite legible and bears the signatures of the sixty-nine delegates.
Also known as MSS 0-197.