Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Leaflet was purchased for $22.50 from Robert K. Black, Book Dealer. The printed leaflet "extoling virtues of emigration to Florida," covers: Jacksonville, Lawyers and Doctors, Mechanics, Laborers. Provisions, Land, Farming, Immigrants, School Facilities, Communication, Speculators, and Climate. There are also some interesting advertisements.
This collection relates to Millie Nauman who worked as a civilian employee at the Wainwright Shipyard in Panama City, Florida during the World War II. This collection contains an oral history interview transcript of Nauman. Information contained in the transcript includes life as a welding inspector at the Wainwright Shipyard, and how minorities were treated at the Wainwright Shipyard.
This collection includes an oral history interview transcript of M.G. Nelson who worked for the Wainwright Shipyard in Panama City, Florida during World War II. He assisted with payroll.
This collection contains materials related to the establishing and naming of Port St. Joe, the Port St. Joe Centennial Medal (1838-1938) and Florida Centennial Envelope and Stamps (1845-1945).
The document by U. S. Congress, House of Representatives, 27th Congress 2d. Session, Rep. No. 83, Heirs of John Brown, Deceased, dated February 9, 1842 is interesting chiefly as an example of the procedures followed by the United States Congress in confirming Spanish land grants in former West Florida.