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Tags: airplanes; airports; amusement parks; Arnold Daniel Palmer; Arnold Palmer; arts; automobiles; baseballs; Billy Kelly; boating; boats; Bruce Devlin; Bruce William Devlin; Cape Kennedy; cars; Central Florida Museum; chambers of commerce; church; churches; citrus; citrus groves; Citrus Open Golf Tournament; City Beautiful; City of Orlando; cold war; colleges; Colonial Plaza Mall; Commerce; County of Orange; Dean Refram; Delta Air Lines; dog racing; Doug Sanders; Downtown Orlando; Eastern Air Lines; Elegant Company; festivals; Florida Symphony Orchestra; Florida Technological University; footballs; FTU; George Alfred Christian Knudson; George Douglas Sanders; George Knudson; Glover; golf; golfers; Graduate Engineering Education System; Grant Gravitt; Herndon Municipal Airport; highways; I-4; industrial parks; Interstate 4; jai alai; Jim Carlton; Joan Roberts; Julius Boros; Julius Nicholas Boros; Lake Eola; Lake Eola Park; libraries; library; Loch Haven Art Center; Mad Tea Party; manufacturing; marching bands; Martin Marietta Corporation; McCoy AFB; McCoy Air Force Base; McCoy Jetport; Minnesota Twins; Minute Maid Company; monorails; motor vehicles; National Airlines; orange county; Orange County School System; oranges; orchestras; orlando; Orlando Area Chamber of Commerce; Orlando businesses; Orlando Central Park; Orlando Junior College; Orlando Panthers; Orlando Public Library; Orlando Twins; paintings; parks; planes; Player; retail; roads; Rollins College; Rule; schools; Seven Dwarfs; shopping; shopping malls; shops; space; space age; space race; sports; Spring Training; stores; Sunny Fader; synagogues; Tangerine Bowl; technology; Tel Air Interests, Inc.; theme parks; Tupperware Brands; UF; University of Florida; Vanda Cosmetics; Walt Disney; Walt Disney World Resort; Walter Elias Disney; water skiing; Weiskopf; Winter Park; Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival; Xerox Corporation
Tags: A. Duda & Sons; agricultural pollution; algae; Billy Long; carrots; catfish; celery; Central Florida Agricultural Institute; citrus processing plants; DDT; dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane; E. T. York; eutrophication; Everglades; fertilizers; Fiske-Gay Associates, Inc; Florida Department of Pollution Control; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Florida State Board of Health; Frank Hooper; Henry Swanson; Hooper Brothers, Inc; Jim Fiske; John F. Darby; Lake Apopka; Larry R. Sinclair; Leon Miller; muck farms; parathion; peat soil; pesticides; Richard B. Forbes; Sanford Agricultural Research and Education Center; sewage disposal plants; Stanley Winn; sweet corn; UF; University of Florida; water hyacinth; William D. Long; Zellwood Drainage District
Tags: algae; Bill Chappell; Central Florida Agricultural Institute; citrus processing industry; Dean Maloney; Don Fuqua; East Central Florida Regional Planning Council; eutrophication; Florida Citrus Mutual; Florida Department of Air and Water Pollution Control; Florida Department of Pollution Control; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Florida Inter-Local Cooperation Act of 1969; Gourd Neck Springs; Lake Apopka; Lake Dora; Lake Eustis; Lou Frey; Louis Frey, Jr.; Ocklawaha Basin; Oklawaha River Basin Improvement Council; sewage disposal plants; Southwest Florida Water Management District; St. Johns River; stormwater drainage; UF; University of Florida; water hyacinths; William V. Chappell, Jr.
Tags: activism; African Americans; anti-war movement; Antonio Rafael de la Cova; Black Freedom Movement; Black Student Union; C. Farris Bryant; Cecil Farris Bryant; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; colleges; Connie Lester; Cuban Americans; Cubans; desegregation; diversity; Eric Jarvis; evolution; exiles; FHQ; Florida Historical Quarterly; Florida land boom; Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; Florida Legislature; Florida Supreme court; Gainesville; gay; gay liberation movement; GLBT; Great War; Hamilton Holt; higher education; homosexuality; homosexuals; integration; J. Wayne Reitz; Jessica Clawson; Johns Committee; Joseph Crespino; Julius Wayne Reitz; Kent State shootings; Key West; land-grant universities; land-grant university; LeRoy Collins; LGBT; Miami; peace movement; pox; private education; private university; public education; public university; race relations; red plague; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; segregation; smallpox; Stephen C. O'Connell; Stephen Cornelius O'Connell; Stephen O'Connell; student movement; student protests; Supreme Court of Florida; Tampa; Ten Years' War; Thomas LeRoy Collins; tourism; UF; University of Florida; Variola vera; Virgil D. Hawkins; War of '68
Tags: Army; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; Confederacy; Confederates; Connie Lester; construction; Coral Gables; David Nelson; demographics; demography; Derrick E. White; desegregation; Dixie; Dixie's Land; education; extracurricular; FDOA; FHQ; Florida Department of Agriculture; Florida Historical Quarterly; football; fortifications; forts; Gainesville; Great Depression; I Wish I Was in Dixie; integration; LeRoy Collins; Miami; military slave rentals; music; Navy; Navy Yards; Old South; Pensacola; Pensacola Navy Yard; race relations; Robert Cassanello; segregation; slavery; slaves; songs; sporting; sports; Sun Belt; Thomas Hulse; Thomas LeRoy Collins; tourism; UA; UF; UM; University of Alabama; University of Florida; University of Miami; World Fair
Tags: 501(c)(6); Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center; agro-tech; Alachua County; Alzo J. Reddick; American Telephone & Telegraph Company; AMPAC; Amy Evancho; Antoinette Jennings; AT&T Inc.; Becerra-Fernandez, Irma; Ben Noll; Bernard Machen; Bernie Machen; Berridge, Randolph E.; Bethany Dickens; Betty Bowe; Betty Castor; Bill Vogel; Bob Cook; Bob Dallari; Brevard County; Buddy Dyer; budgets; Carrie Martine; Cassopolis, Michigan; Central Florida Research Park; Charles Bass Reed; Charles Gray; Charlie Gross; Charlie Reed; Cherokee Nation; Cherokee, North Carolina; Cherokees; Chip Camp; Cirent Semiconductor; Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; community colleges; Connie L. Lester; Core Team; Dallari, Bob; Dallas-Fort Worth Corridor; Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas; Dan Holsenbeck; Dan Webster; Daniel Alan Webster; David Brown; David Gordon; David P. Norton; Democratic Party; Democrats; DEO; Department of Economic Opportunity; Duvall County; economic development; Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast; economy; EDC Economic Development Commission; education; Electronic Arts; Elizabeth Bowe; Elizabeth Castor; Enterprise Florida; FAU; FIA; FIAA; FIU; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Department of Economic Opportunity; Florida Economic Gardening Institute; Florida Gulf Coast; Florida High Tech Corridor; Florida High Tech Corridor Council; Florida House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; Florida House of Respresentatives; Florida International University; Florida Polytechnic University; Florida Power and Light Company; Florida Senate; Florida Senate Committee on Appropriations; Florida Venture Forward; Florida Virtual Entrepreneur Center; Florida’s Chamber Foundation; FLVEC; FPU; Fran Korosec; funding; George Gordon; Get Smart; Grant; GrayRobinson, P.A.; GrowFL: The Economic Gardening Institute; Harrah's Cherokee Casino; Head to Head: The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan, Europe and America; high tech; high tech corridors; high technology; House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; House of Respresentatives; Hunting F. Deutsch; I-4 Corridor; I/ITSEC; IE; industrial development; industries; industry; Innovation Way Corridor; intellectual property; Interactive Game Academy; International Paris Air Show; Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference; James C. Clark; Jeff Mendell; Jennifer Thompson; Jim Clark; Jim Shot; John C. Hitt; John Castor; John Hugh Dyer; K-12 education; Kathy Betancourt; Ken Pruitt; Lake Nona; Lake Nona Medical City; Lawton Chiles; Lawton Mainor Chiles, Jr.; Lester Carl Thurow; Littleton, Colorado; Lowe; Lynda Weatherman; M. J. Sanders; M. J. Soileau; Mark B. Rosenberg; matching grants; Medical City; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commision; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission; Metro Orlando EDC; MGRP; Miami; Michael Zaharris; modeling; MSW; NAI; National Academy of Inventors; Native Americans; orange county; orlando; Orlando Economic Development Commission; Orlando EDC; Pajama Hotline; Paul Sanberg; Peter T. Panousis; Pratt & Whitney; PRISM; Promoting Regional Improvement in Science and Math; Putnam County; Randy Morris; Ray Galley; research and development; Research Park; Richard Lynn Scott; RICHES of Central Florida; Rick Scott; Rob Goddell; Roger Pynn; Ron Walker; Sacher; Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace, Paris-Le Bourget; Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; Sarah McGreer; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; Seminole County; Seminole State College; Senate; Shava Jackson-Car; Silicon Valley, California; simulation; simulation industry; Smart; South Florida; SSC; state colleges; State of Florida; State University System of Florida; STEM programs; Steve Burly; Sunnyvale, California; Tampa; Tampa Bay; TCU; Tech Path; Teresa Jacobs; Texas Christian University; The Chronicle of Higher Education; Thomas Charles Feeney III; Tom Feeney; Tom Feeny; Tom O'Neal; Toni Jennings; Tracy Swarztz; UCF; UCF Department of History; UCF Knights; UF; UM; United Technologies Corporation; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Department of History; University of Florida; University of Miami; University of South Florida; USF; venture capitalism; Venture Forward; Volusia County Community College; workforce development
Tags: A. A. Calhoun; A. Russell Davenport; Albert Aronovitz; Albert Astor Alenius; Albert Berka, Jr.; Albert Lang Ashmead; Alvin Delma Coleman, Jr.; Aquilla Adolph Calhoun; Bascom Hubert Ansley; Benjamim Putnam Calhoun; Benjamin Hollon Bridges; Bruce E. Bates; Cameron T. Byrnes; Carl Edward Cross; Charles F. Barrow; Charles Martinque Cannon, Jr.; Charles Oran Allan, Jr.; colleges; Cornelius Christiancy, Jr.; Curtis Eugene Caton; Cyrus Wells DeLong, Jr.; David Elwood Bail, Jr.; Dermond H. Alberson; Douglas Clark, Jr.; Ecclesiastes; Edward William Clement, Jr.; Elisha E. Coleman; Ernest Wilmer Bell; Fletcher Locke Brown, Jr.; Forrest Burke Campbell; Franklin Bernard Buck; Fred V. Cooper, Jr.; Gainesville; Glenn U. Brooks; Gordon Cass Bonsack; Gordon D. Cady; Gordon Edward Cleland; Griffin D. Davis; Harold Franklin Coleman; Harrie G. Cone; Harry Eugene Black, Jr.; Henry Challen Berg; Homer Bergmaier; Ira P. Cates; James Edward Brubaker; James Glenn Connor; James Greenwood Abernathy, Jr.; James K. Bain; James Kirkpatrick Christian, Jr.; James L. Billington; James L. Clarkson; James R. Davidson; Jesse Blake Adams, Jr.; John Chapman; John E. Bagley; John Franklyn Bartholf, Jr.; John M. Carves; John W. Deam; John William Craft; Joseph Notte Christie; Lemuel Lamar Crocker; Leon W. Bass; Lewis L. Alberts; Lex M. Belyeu, Jr.; Martin J. Dodge; Mike Calhoun; Murrell Jackson Dillard; Orval B. Collins; Paul Angier Comer; Perry Lonyear Balkom; Ralph Jackson Connell; Randolph Whiteley Cooper; Richard B. Coyte; Richard Bull; Richard J. Binnicker; Robert Bellinger Conlon; Robert Charles Bowers, Jr.; Robert Gary Compton; Robert Hall Colgan; Robert Southard Doty; Robert Spratt Cockrell, Jr.; Robert Tyrie Benton; Sheldon B. Bernbaum; Shelly Hubert Davant; Sidney Berk; Stephen Dechman; The Seminole; Thomas E. Barket; Thuireman Lee Coffey; Tom Wallace Appleyard; UF; universities; university; University of Florida; Waldo Clifford Bruns; Walter Clements Beasley; Walter James Conine, Jr.; William A. Clark; William Dickey Clarke, Jr.; William Edwin Branan; William Hazen Boyce; William Jack Davis; William V. Benton; William Walden Corry; World War II; WWII
Tags: A. A. Calhoun; Aquilla A. Calhoun, Jr.; Charles W. Wincey; colleges; David M. Withers; Floyd L. Eubanks; Francis Anthony Zych; Frank George Yinshanis; Gainesville; Guyton Williams; James Nathaniel Young; John Edward Wilson; Louis Erwin Winchester; Mike Calhoun; Oscar Earnest Wynn; Ralph e. Williams; Robert William Young; The Seminole; Tillman Wilson Zeigler; UF; universities; university; University of Florida; Vincent Raymond Zdanzukas; William Heyward Messer
Tags: A. A. Calhoun; Aquilla A. Calhoun, Jr.; B.A.; Bacchus; Bachelor of Arts; Cavaliers; cheerleaders; commencements; Florida Blue Key; Gainesville; Gator Pep Club; Glee Club; graduations; James Miller Leake Medal; Kappa Sigma; Mike Calhoun; Peabody Club; Reserve Officers Training Corps; ROTC; Spessard Holland; Spessard Lindsey Holland; student executive councils; U.S. Army Reserve; UF; University of Florida; Young Democrats
Tags: Advance Engineering Models, Inc.; American alligators; Angelo Tabita; Audubon Society; Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife; canals; Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District; Central Florida Fair; Cypress Lake; Daniel Kubat; Department of the Interior; Everglade kites; Everglades; Everglades National Park; flood control; flooding; floods; Florida State Board of Education; Florida State Fair; Fountainbleau Hotel; G. E. Dail, Jr.; Hamilton Disston; Joe Koperski; Kissimmee River; Lake Gentry; Lake Harney; Lake Joel; Lake Mary Jane; Lake Myrtle; Lake Okeechobee; Lake Poinsett; Lake Puzzle; Lake Silver; Lake Tohopekaliga; Lake Washington; Lake Winder; levees; Max Welborn; National Recreation and Parks Congress; Okeechobee Waterway; Oscar Rawls; Palm Beach-Broward Counties Recreational Development Committee; Paul Sykes, Jr.; pumping stations; R. P. Tabb; recreational boating; Robert Padrick; Sebastian Canal; St. Lucie Canal; T. R. Tomlinson; Tamiami Canal; Taylor Slough; Ted Hauessner; Tom Brannen; Torry Island; Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; U.S. Army Kendall Reserve Center; UF; University of Florida; water districts; water resources; water transfer; West Palm Beach Canal
Tags: A. W. Sinclair, Jimmie Sinclair; agricultural pollution; algae; aquatic vegetation; Arthur W. Sinclair; C. W. Sheffield; Cliff R. Freeman; hyacinths; Kenneth A. Plante; Lake Apopka; Lake Apopka Technical Committee; Mick Sheffield; Mickey Sheffield; nutrient removal; Paul E. Pickett; pesticides; Robert Elrod; Robert O'Brien; Rollins College; Sanford Padgett; UF; University of Florida; Vincent D. Patton; water quality
Tags: A. W. Sinclair, Jimmie Sinclair; agricultural pollution; Arthur W. Sinclair; Bob Webb; C. W. Sheffield; Cliff R. Freeman; fish camps; fish kills; Florida Air and Water Pollution Control Commission; Florida Engineering Society; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Florida State Board of Health; FSBH; Gordon Folke; John Lunquist; Lake Apopka; Lake Apopka Technical Committee; Mick Sheffield; Mickey Sheffield; nutrient removal; Orange Fishing Lodge; Paul E. Pickett; pesticides; Robert Elrod; Sanford Padgett; sewage treatment plants; UF; University of Florida; Vincent D. Patton; water quality
Tags: A. W. Sinclair, Jimmie Sinclair; agricultural pollution; algae; Aquatic Research & Development Committee; aquatic vegetation; Arthur W. Sinclair; Bill Woods; Bob Blackburn; Bureau of Sports Fisheries; C. W. Sheffield; Claude R. Kirk, Jr.; Claude Roy Kirk, Jr.; Cliff R. Freeman; dikes; Florida Air and Water Pollution Control Commission; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Florida State Board of Health; FSBH; Hiller Company; hyacinths; James NeSmith; K. K. Huffstutler; Lake Apopka; Lake Apopka Technical Committee; Lake County Water Authority; Mick Sheffield; Mickey Sheffield; nutrient removal; Orange County Water Control Department; Paul E. Pickett; Ray Clock; Robert Elrod; Robert O'Brien; Rollins College; Sanford Padgett; sewage treatment plants; Thomas Furman; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Geological Survey; UF; United States Department of Agriculture; University of Florida; USDA; Vincent D. Patton; water quality
Tags: aquifers; Brevard County; Cape Kennedy; city planning; Cocoa; Florida Agricultural Extension Service; Henry F. Swanson; hydrologic cycle; hydrology; Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences; Maitland; Michigan Avenue; orange county; Orange County Agricultural Center; Orlando Florida; pollution; rain; rainfall; Seminole County; soil; Tom Adams; topography; UF; University of Florida; water; water quality; Winter Park; zoning
Tags: Albert Alonzo Woodburn; Bill Howard Zack; Charles Aquilla Williams; Charles Winston Whitehead, Jr.; colleges; David Duane Wilcox; Eugene Lamar Williams; Frank Forrest Whitton; Frank Wheeler Wiley; Fred Herbert Winkler; freshman; freshmen; Gainesville; Herbert Coleman Wright; James blake Wilson; James G. Worth; John Albert Woerpel; John Voges Wible; Johns Cullen Wright; Richard Doyle Wykoff; Robert Bolt Woolbright; Robert Jean Chaille; Samuel T. Williams; Simeon Francis Wooten, Jr.; The Seminole; Thomas H. Wood; Thomas Hamilton Wicker, Jr.; Thomas Maclyn Wohl; Truman DuBois Wilson; UF; universities; university; University of Florida
Tags: A. P. Hill; A3J Vigilante; airplane crashes; airplanes; Ambrose Powell Hill, Jr.; American Civil War; Army of Northern Virginia; assistant principals; athletes; Babe Ruth Leagues; Baptists; baseball; baseball leagues; basketball; basketball players; Batts Mitchell; Batts Nusum Mitchell; Betty Palmer Sprat; Bill Ward; Broadway Street; Burt Ward; C. A. Dewberry; Carrigan and Boland Realty; churches; Confederacy; Confederate States of America; Confederates; CSA; Dawn Raquel Jones Jensen; dental kits; dentists; Desta Horner; Drawdy-Rouse Cemetery; education; educators; elementary schools; Elizabeth Tammaro; Emma Jean Mitchell Jones; farmers; general stores; Great Day in the Country; high schools; J. B. Jones; J. M. Jones; Jack Caliber; Jackson Heights; Jackson Heights Middle School; James Marion Jones; JHMS; Jimmy Jones; John Batts Jones, Jr.; John Jones; Johnny Jones; junior high schools; Kathy Jones; Lawton Chiles Middle School; Lawton House; LCMS; Macon, Georgia; Mary Jones Bird; Mayberry R.F.D.; middle schools; Mitchell Hammock; Mitchell Hammock Road; Navy Reserve; North American A-5 Vigilante; Novella Driggers Aulin; OES; Officer Candidate School; OHS; OJC; OJSHS; Orlando Junior College; Oviedo; Oviedo Baptist Church; Oviedo Cemetery; Oviedo Elementary School; Oviedo High School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo History Harvest; Oviedo Junior-Senior High School; Oviedo School; Pam Jones; plane crashes; planes; post offices; postal service; postmasters; Richmond–Petersburg Campaign; Robert E. Lee; Robert Edward Lee; Rouse Road; schools; SCPS; Seminole County Public Schools; Siege of Petersburg; Siege of Vicksburg; South Seminole Junior High School; South Seminole Middle School; sports; SSJHS; SSMS; students; Sweetwater Park; swimming pools; teachers; TMS; Tuskawilla Middle School; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; vacations; Vietnam War; War of Northern Aggression; Work Projects Administration; Works Progress Administration; WPA
Tags: 13 Technology Incubators; 501(c)(6); academia; academics; accelerators; aerospace; Agricultural College Act of 1890; agriculture; Alachua County; Alex Katsaros; Alex Spinler; Amy Bayes; Andrew Huse; AnnaLee Saxenian; Antoinette Jennings; AT&T Corporation; aviation; Barack Hussein Obama II; Barack Obama; Bernie Machen; Berridge Consulting Group, Inc.; Betty Bowe; Betty Castor; Brevard County; Bruce J. Schulman; Bruce Janz; Buddy Dyer; business; businesses; Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers; Central Florida Technology Forum; Charlie Reed; Cirent; Cirent Semiconductor; Clusters of Creativity: Enduring Lessons on Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Silicon Valley and Europe’s Silicon Fen; Cobham SATCOM Land Systems; colleges; computer science; Connie L. Lester; Consortium; construction; Core Tea; cybercities; Cybercities Report; cybercity; Dan Berglund; Dan Rini; Daniel Holsenbeck; Daniel Webster; Decade of Partnership; Deepika Singh; digital media; economic development; economic growth; economics; economies; economy; Ed Schons; Educational Appropriations Committee; educators; electro-optics; Electronic Arts Tiburon; Elizabeth Bowe; Elizabeth Castor; endowments; engineering; engineers; Equal Rights Amendment; ESC; Evaporative Spray Cooling; Feng Kang; Ferald J. Bryan; FHTCC; financial services; Florida Cabinet; Florida Cluster Metrics Task Force; Florida Economic Gardening Institute; Florida High Tech Corridor Council; Florida Hospital; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Institute of Technology; Florida Legislature; Florida Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development; Florida Research Consortium; Florida Senate; Florida State University System; Florida Tax Watch; Florida Venture Forum, Inc.; Florida Virtual Entrepreneur Center; florida.HIGH.TECH; Florida’s High Tech Corridor: Opening the Door to Florida’s Future; Florida’s Innovation Benchmark Study; FLVEC; From Soap Suds to Sheer Success: The Florida High-Tech Corridor Council Story; G.I. Bill; Georges Haour; Gordon Hogan; Grace Venture Partners L.P.; grants; GrowFL; GTE; Guy Hagen; Harris; Harvard of the South; Henderson Air Field; Henry W. Grady; Hernando County; high tech; high technology; higher education; Hillsborough County; Hillsborough County Commission; I-4; I-4 Corridor; I-4 High Tech Corridor Council; IFAS; incubators; industries; industry; information technology; Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences; interactive entertainment; Interactive Expeditions; International Economic Development Council; Interstate Highway 4; INTX; investments; J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board; Jack Sullivan; Jacob Stuart; James Bernard Machen; James C. Clark; James C. Cobb,; James Schnur; James Solomons; Jeb Bush; Jeff Bindell; Jennie Miller; Jim Clark; John C. Hitt; John Ellis Bush; John H. Dyer; John Montelione; John Sacher; Joseph England; Joseph Schumpeter; Josh Wyner; Juan Carlos Sanabria; Judy Genshaft; Judy Lynn Genshaft; Keith G, Baker; Kerry Martin; Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solution; Lake County; lasers; life sciences; Lockheed Martin; Lucent Technologies; Luther H. Hodges; Luther Hartwell Hodges; M. J. Soileau; Madrid, Spain; manufacturing; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; matching funds; Matching Grants Research Program; Math & Physics Day; mechanical arts; medical technology; Melbourne; MGRP; microelectronics; microscopy; military; Miniature Refrigeration System; MIT; modeling; Morrill Act of 1862; Morrill Act of 1890; Morrill Land-Grant Acts; nanotechnology; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; National Board for Professional Teaching Standards; Ned Grace; New South; New South Ventures; Nicholson Center for Surgical Advancement; Ocean Optics; optics; Oracle; orange county; orlando; Orlando Chamber of Commerce; Orlando Science Center; OSC; Osceola County; Palm Bay; Pasco County; Peter Panousis; Philip Peters; photonics; Pinellas County; public-private partnerships; Putnam County; Randy E. Berridge; Regional Advantage: Culture and Competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128; research; Research and Commercialization; Research Triangle; Rob Koepp; robotics; Robotics Camp; ROBRADY; Roger Pynn; Rosalind Beiler; Route 128; Rudy McDaniel; Saint Petersburg; Sanford Shugart; Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; Scanning Electron Microscope; Schwartz Electro-optics; Scot French; SeaWorld Orlando; SEM; semiconductors; Seminole County; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; Sestar Technologies; Silicon Fen; Silicon Valley; simulation; Sinmat; software; South Florida Community College; Southern Regional Education Board; Space Coast; St. Petersburg; Stanford University; STEM; SU; sustainable energy; Tampa; Tampa Bay; Tampa Bay Technology Forum; teachers; Tech 4 Consortium; Tech America Foundation; techCAMPs; Technology Incubator; techPATH; TES; The Corridor by the Numbers; The Scripps Research Institute; Thermal Energy Storage; Thomas Charles Feeney II; Tito Santiago; Tom Feeney; Tom O’Neal; Toni Jennings; TracStar Ed-PAD; training; UCF; UF; Universal Studios Orlando; universities; university; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; University of South Florida; USF; Valencia College; Valencia Community College; Valencia State College; VC; VCC; venture capital; Vicki Morelli; Volusia County; VSC; Walt Disney World; workforce development; World War II; WWII
Tags: A History of Central Florida; activism; anti-war; Army; astronaut; BJC; Bledsoe, Robert; Boca Raton; Bradenton; Brevard Junior College; Canavan, Mike; Cental Florida Junior College; CFJC; Chipola Junior College; CJC; Clarke, Bob; Cocoa; cold war; college; commencement; construction; Davis, Henry; Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Junior College; DBJC; demonstration; diploma; East Central University; ECU; Edison Junior College; education; educator; EJC; FAMU; FAU; female; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Atlantic Unviersity; Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies; Florida Legislature; Florida Technological University; Ford, Chip; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Myers; FTU; Gainesville; GCJC; GI Bill; Gibbs Junior College; Gibson, Ella; GJCl St. Petersburg; Goff, Tom; Gougleman, Paul; government assistance; graduation; Grant; Gray, Ben; Gulf Coast Junior College; Hampton Junior College; Hazen, Kendra; HEA; higher education; Higher Education Act of 1965; Hill, Hank; HJC; homemaker; honors convocation; housing; Indian River Junior College; IRJC; Jackson Junior College; JCBC; JJC; Johnson Junior College; junior college; Junior College of Broward County; Kelley, Katie; Kent State University; Kent State University Shootings; Key West; King, Richard; KSU; Lake City; Lake City Junior College; Lake Worth; Lake-Sumter Junior College; LCJC; Leesburg; legislative branch; legislature; Lenfest, Gene; Lincoln Junior College; LJC; loan; Loss, Christopher; LSJC; Madison; Manatee Junior College; Marianna; MDJC; Men's Residence Association; Miami- Dade County; Miami-Dade Junior College; Millican, Charles Norman; MJC; Monroe Junior College; MRA; Municipal Auditorium; NASA; National Aeronautics and Astronautics Administration; National Defense Education Act; NDEA; NFJC; North Florida Junior College; Ocala; OCRHC; Okaloose-Walton Junior College; Orange County Regional History Center; orlando; OWJC; Palatka; Palm Beach Junior College; Panama City; PBJC; peace; peace movement; Pegasus Drive; Pensacola; Pensacola Junior College; Perkins, Joyce Hart; PJC; podcast; political activism; professor; protest; public college; public junior college; public state university; public university; Richard, Hank; RICHES; RJC; Robert Cassanello; Roosevelt Junior College; Rosenwald Junior College; Rowley, Ken; school; Sebastian, Dave; self-determination; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; SJRJC; space program; SPJC; SRJC; St. Johns River Junior College; St. Petersburg Junior College; strike; student; student government; student grant; student housing; student loan; Sun Belt; Suwannee River Junior College; Tallahassee; Tampa; teacher; U.S. Army; UCF; UF; Underwood, Retha Riley; Univerity of Florida; university; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Libraries; University of South Florida; University of West Florida; USF; UWF; Valparaiso Junior College; Vanderbilt University; VCJC; Velásquez, Daniel; veteran; Vietnam War; Volusia County Junior College; VU; Washington Junior College; West Palm Beach Junior College; Wetherington, Mike; Wightman, Ed; WJC; woman; Woods, Pauk; work-study program; yearbrook; Young, John W.
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Aho, Paul; Avery, Dick; Baby Boom Generation; bathing suit; beach; Beach Street; beachwear; Blake, Tom; Brooke, Christopher; Campbell, Jim; cinema; Clarke, Bob; Collier's: The National Weekly; Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Surf Shop, Inc.; fiberglass; film; film industry; Flagler, Henry Morrison; Ford, Chip; Gibson, Ella; Halifax Historical Museum; Harper's Magazine; Hawaii; Hazen, Kendra; Kahanamoku, Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola; Kelley, Katie; Long, Mark Howard; longboard; Mainland High School; manufacturing; Marten, Wes; Miami; Miller, George; movie; Murph the Surf; Murphy, Jack "Murph the Surf" Roland; music; music industry; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; Ormond Beach; plywood; podcast; Polynesian; Polynesian Islands; polyurethane; Reed, Goldman; RICHES; Robert Cassanello; royalty; Seabreeze High School; shortboard; sport; spring break; Surf n' Bass; surfboard; surfboard shaper; surfer; surfing; Surfing Florida: A Photographic History; swimsuit; The Beach Boys; The Endless Summer; tourism; tourist; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; upper class; Velásquez, Daniel; Waikiki Club; Where the Boys Are; Whitman, Bill; Whitman, Dudley; Whitman, Stanley; Whitney, Caspar; Win the War League; wooden surfboard; World War II; WWII; youth culture
Tags: 17-92; 7th Street; A3-D; band shell; Big Tree Park; Central Florida; City of Sanford; Columbus, Christopher; Cuban Missile Crisis; deputy directory; Disney; Disney Corporation; Disney World; Division of Historical Resources; environmental consultant; Ezekiel’s Travels; Fairbanks; Fairbanks Ave.; Fairbanks Avenue; Fisher, Serena; Florida Alliance; Florida Department of State; Garner, Elvira; Georgetown; grant writer; Greenway; Hopper; Hopper Academy; I-4; Interstate 4; Interstate Highway 4; maypole; McLaughlin, Ian; mechanic; National Register of Historic Places; navigator bombardier; Orlando-Sanford Airport; Orlando-Sanford International Airport; parade; Park Avenue; Patuxent River; PHC; Reconstruction; rehabilitation; Richards, Storm Leslie; Sanford Civic Center; Sanford Grammar School; Sanford State College; SCC; School Board of Seminole County; Seminole; Seminole Community College; Seminole County; Seminole High; Seminole High School; Seminole HS; senator; senior planner; Seventh Street; SHS; SSC; State of Florida; Storm L. Richards & Associates; Storm L. Richards & Associates, Inc.; Student Museum; Toll Way; TU; Tulane; Tulane University; U.S. Route 17-92; UCF Public History Center; UF; University of Florida; Urban Re-Use and Planning Department; Vigilante; WDW; zoo
Tags: 7th Street; Amtrak; archival collection; Beiler, Rosalind; collection cataloger; collections manager; columnist; county judge; Florida State University; fossil; FSU; gardener; general; Geography Lab: Where in the World Are We?; Glasshoff, Jesse; Grandma’s Attic; Historic Sanford Welcome Center; History Harvest; Jacob’s Ladder; librarian; Library Science; media specialist; Million, Shirley; Muse, Shirley; Orlando Sentinel; Panama Canal Zone; PHC; Pioneer Exhibit: Before the Settlement of Sanford; Richardson, Kay; Robinson, Bill; Sanford Herald; Sanford Middle; Sanford Middle School; Sanford MS; Sanford Welcome Center; Seventh Street; South Pacific; state senator; Stenstrom; Stenstrom Elementary; Stenstrom, Douglas; Stetson College; Stetson University; Stiffy's; Student Museum; The Orlando Sentinel; UCF; UCF Public History Center; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; University of Virginia; UV; volunteer
Tags: Action in the Gulf of Sidra; aircraft; aircraft carriers; airplanes; anti-terrorism; astronauts; aviation; aviation simulations; aviation simulators; aviators; Baldwin Park; Base Realignment and Closure; Bill Reuter; bleed air fuel leak; blue water operation; Boeing F/A-18 Hornet; BRAC; Challenger disaster; Chief Test Pilot; cold war; college; colleges; Columbia; Columbia disaster; Commanding Officer; commendation; commendations; Community Veterans History Project; CVHP; Daniel Bradfield; David M. Brown; David McDowell Brown; education; Executive Officer; F-18; Henry Brubaker; Key West; Key West High School; KWHS; Lake Baldwin Park; Legion of Merit; Libya; Line of Death; Lone Sailor Memorial Project; LSMP; McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet; medals; memorials; military education; modeling; monuments; NAS Patuxent River; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Naval Air Station Patuxent River; Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division; Naval Support Activity; Naval Support Activity Orlando; Naval Training Center; Naval Training Center Orlando; NAWCTSD; Norway; NSA Orlando; NTC Orlando; outer space; Patuxent River, Maryland; pilots; planes; Recruit Training Center; Recruit Training Center Orlando; Reserve Officers' Training Corps; ROTC; RTC Orlando; science of learning; Soviet Union; Soviets; Space Shuttle Challenger; Space Shuttle Challenger disaster; Space Shuttle Columbia; Space Shuttle Columbia disaster; SU; terrorism; Test Pilot School; test pilots; U.S. Air Force; U.S. Navy; UCF; UF; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; universities; university; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; USSR; veterams; veteran; wars; warzones; William C. McCool; William Cameron McCool; William Reuter; Willie McCool; XO
Tags: 4-H; agriculture; animal husbandry; Arcadia Albritton; Betty Albritton; Boots Albritton; cattle; Cecil A. Tucker II; Christmas; Citrus Heights; commissaries; commissary; cow hunting; cows; dairy; food stamps; Fort Pierce; Ginderville Heights; Helen Albritton; high schools; Hoffman; Holopaw; Horstmeyer; Horstmeyer Farm and Garden; Jacob's Packing House; Little Lake Barton; Margaret Albritton; Marion County; Marion County Extension Office; Mart Albritton; Mart Tucker; McGregor; Miriam Albritton; Miriam Tucker; Museum of Seminole County History; Ocala; orange county; oranges; orlando; Orlando Highway; Osceola County; P. V. Wilson Lumber Company; Reid Hall; rifle clubs; Rosalia Drive; Saint cloud; Sally Albritton; Sanford; Seminole County; Seminole County Extension Office; Seminole County Farm Bureau; SNAP; sports; St. Cloud; Stephanie Youngers; Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; tick eradication; ticks; Tucker's Farm and Garden Center; typists; UF; University of Florida; World War II; WWII
Tags: 4-H; Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service; agriculture; Alpha Gamma Rho; Angus; animal husbandry; ASCS; B&W Quality Growers; Baker's Dairy; beef; Bithlo; Brahman; cattle; cattleman; cattlemen; Cecil A. Tucker II; Christmas; Christmas trees; citrus; Citrus Heights; Cocoa; cow dipping; cows; Cracker Christmas; dairy; Don Weaver; extension agriculture; extension offices; Fort Christmas Historical Park; Frank Jazzen; Gainesville; Hereford; Herndon; horticulture; Joe Baker; Marion County; Marion County Extension Office; Mart Albritton; Marty Tucker; Memorial Junior High School; Museum of Seminole County History; Ocala; Old Folks Home; orlando; Orlando High School; Orlando Junior College; ornamental horticulture; Oviedo; poultry; Rockledge; Rosalia Drive; Roumillat and Anderson's Drug Store; Sanford; screwworm flies; Seminole County; Seminole County Extension Office; Short Course; Shorthorn; Stephanie Youngers; Tucker's Farm and Garden Center; UF; University of Florida; vegetables; watercress
Tags: elementary schools; Elizabeth Boyd; Florida Legislature; Florida State College for Women; Freeman Baggett; FSCW; grammar schools; head librarians; itinerant librarians; libraries; library; Rollins College; Sanford; Sanford Grammar School; Seminole County School Board; Seminole High School; Southside Elementary School; Stetson University; teachers; UF; University of Florida; University of South Florida; USF; Westside Grammar Elementary School
Tags: Aaron Hosé; Adams Street; Adrien Mills; Advanced Documentary Workshop; African Americans; Alex Boyce; Alex Wood; Allyson Beutke; Amy Simpson; And They Were Wonderful Teachers: Florida's Purge of Gay and Lesbian Teachers; Anita Jane Bryant; anthropophagy; anti-Communism; anti-communists; Art Darling; ArtServe Fort Lauderdale; Atlanta's Out on Film LGBT Film Festival; Barbara Washington; Barry Sandler; Barry Sefteur; Behind Closed Doors: The Dark Legacy of the Johns Committee; Ben Taylor; Bill Young; Black's Law Dictionary; Bob Ewart; Bob Graham; boycotts; Brigitte Hosé; British Columbia, Canada; Broward County Sheriff's Office; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; Bryan W. Knicely; C. Lawrence Rice; C. W. Young; Charley Eugene Johns; Chelsea Echols; Chip Burpee; Chuck Woods; cinemas; citrus; civil rights; civil rights activists; Cleveland; colleges; communism; communists; courts; Dade County; Daniel Robert Graham; David Mariutto; David Messer; David Morton; David Starner; David Strickland; Diane Maurtie; Don Uhrig; Donna Zell; Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival; education; educators; Elizabeth Forbell; Elizabeth Jensen-Forbell; Emmy Award; FAU; films; flagellation; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Film Festival; Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; Florida State College at Jacksonville; Florida State Legislature; Florida State Senate; Florida State University; Florida State University Marching Band; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival; Frank Rose; Fred Fejes; Fred Ottle; FSC; FSU; FSU Marching Band; Gasparilla International Film Festival; gay; gay clubs; gay marriage; gay pride; gay pride parades; George B. Stallings, Jr.; George Stupksi; Governor of Florida; governors; Graveville; Greenwich Village, New York; High Springs; higher education; homophobia; homosexuality; Homosexuality and Citizenship in Florida: A Report of the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; homosexuals; International Jury Award; interrogations; investigations; J. Wayne Reitz; J. Wayne Reitz Student Union; James Monticello; Jennifer Campbell; Jeremy Mayeres; Jesse Monteagudo; Jim Noah; Joe McCarthy; John E. Evans; John Perez; John Tileston, Sr.; Johns Committee; Jon Bowen; Jordan Henry; Joseph Holbrooks; Joseph McCarthy; Joseph Raymond McCarthy; Judith Poucher; Julia Andrew; Julia Monticello; Julian C. Chambliss; Julius Wayne Reitz; June Sellers; Karen Graves; Kathryn Paulson; Kathy Marsh; Kevin Mixon; Killer Tracks; Kim Oliva; Kip Piper; Lamar Bledsoe; Larry King; Lawrence Dietrich; Lawrence Harvey Zeiger; Learning Institute for Elders; Lee L. Foster; Leo C. Jones; lesbians; LGBT; LIFE; Linda Maddocks; Lisa Mills; Lisa Soros; Logan Kriete; Love Your Shorts Film Festival; Marie Cassanello; Mark Howard Long; Mark Long; masochism; mental disorders; mental illness; mental illnesses; Metropolitan Community Church of St. Augustine; Miami; Michael Calderin; Michael Greenspan; Modern Music Masters; Monica Monticello; movies; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; necrophilia; Newsweek; orange juices; oranges; orlando; Orlando Film Festival; Out & Proud Veterans of American; Out Twin Cities Film Festival; Panama City; parades; Patrick Fenelson; Paul Fasana; perversion; piquerism; psychiatric disorders; psychopathy; pyromania; Rachell Cappellini; Rafael Sanchez; Red Scare; Richard O. Mitchell; RICHES of Central Florida; Robert Cassanello; Robert Lupo; Robert Williams; Ruth Jensen; Ruth Jensen-Forbell; sadism; Satu Lamarca; Seminole State College; sex crimes; Shay Cambre; Sheridan Square; short films; SSC; St. Augustine; St. Petersburg; Stanley Wheeler; Starke; State of Florida; state senators; Steve Crowley; Stonewall Inn; Stonewall National Museum & Archives; Stonewall Riots; Stuart; students; Suncoast Emmy Award; Sylvana Fernández; Tallahassee; Tallahassee Bus Boycott; Tallahassee Police Department; teachers; Terri Williams; The Committee; Thomas Cappellini; Tim Reid; Timothy Brown; Timothy George Brown; Toronto Canada; Travis Pilch; Tri-M Club; U.S. Supreme Court; UCF; UCF Burnett Honors College; UCF Center for Distributed Learning; UCF Department of Film; UCF Department of History; UCF Office of Instructional Resources; UCF Office of LGBTQ Services; UCF Office of Undergraduate Research; UF; UF Police Department; universities; university; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Vecruse; Wellesley Street; Williams E. Owens; witch hunts; Yonge Street
Tags: Astor Hotel; Ben White Raceway; Central Florida Fair; city commissioners; CNA Tower; Delaney Avenue; Downtown Orlando; Elks Club; Fairview Park; Gainesville; Grotto; Hotel Bass; hotels; Kappa Sigma; Kissimmee; Mason; Orange Avenue; orlando; Orlando Country Club; real estate; South Street; UF; University of Florida; Walter C. Bass
Tags: A History of Central Florida; African American; African Methodist Episcopal Church; AME; Anne Lindsay; Bob Clarke; Charlie Hailey; Chip Ford; churches; clergy; Clermont; Clermont Historic Village; Daniel Velásquez; Downtown Clermont; Ebyabe; Ella Gibson; Helping Hand Day Nursery and Kindergarten; historic houses; historic preservation; James Townsend; Julian C. Chambliss; Katie Kelley; Kendra Hazen; middle class; midwife; midwives; ministers; museums; object life cycle; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; repurposing stage; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; Sally Townsend; segregation; Seraph on the Suwanee; South Lake Historical Society; St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church; Townsend House; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; uplift movement; W. T. White; West Avenue; Zora Neale Hurston
Tags: 13th Street; African Americans; Amick Construction, Inc.; architecture; Berklely College of Music; Bill Kirchoff; Blanche Bell Weaver; Busch; C. A. Meyer; Cal Conklin; Calvert; Calvert Conklin; Calvert whiskey; Cecil Osier; Celery Soup: Florida's Folk Life Play; Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens; Central Florida Zoological Society, Inc.; Charles Calvert; Children'ss Home Society of Florida; Chung King; Clark Deats; Conklin Corps; Conklin, Porter & Holmes Engineers, Inc.; Connie Williams; Creative Sanford, Inc.; CRS; Cultural Preservation Award; desegregation; Douglas Stenstrom; Downtown Sanford; engineering; engineers; Eustis; First Presbyterian Church of Sanford; Flagler, Henry Morrison; George Calvert; Gilo; Gina Pelucci; Gino Pelucci; Glenn McCall; Good Samaritan Home of Sanford; Heathrow; Hickman; Hidden Lake; historic preservation; Hood; Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr.; Hubert Humphrey; humanitarians; Hutchinson; integration; Jefferson Awards for Public Service; Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Earl Carter, Jr.; Just Deet; Kenneth Murrell Leffler; KKK; Korean War; Ku Klux Klan; Lee More; Luis Perez Humanitarian Award; marinas; Markham Woods Road; Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Chorus; Mary Proud; Meals on Wheels; Mike Good; Mill Stallworth; NAPA Auto Parts; OIA; Orlando International Airport; Panama; Panama Canal; Phyllis Conklin; Piper Building; race relations; Rawlins; Ray Milwee; Rescue Outreach Mission of Central Florida; Rib Ranch; Richardson; Ricky Vowing; Robert Conklin; Root Boy Slim; Root Boy Slim and the Sex Change Band; Rosita Jacobson; Ruth Ann Conklin; Sanford; Sanford Atlantic Bank; Sanford City Commission; Sanford City Commissioner; Sanford City Council; Sanford City Hall; Sanford Historic Preservation Board; Sanford Historic Trust; Sanford Women'ss Club; Sarah Jacobson; segregation; Seminole High School; Smith, Bettye; Spencer, Jim; St James African Methodist Episcopal Church; St James AME Church; Stetson University; Summerlin Avenue; Tetenbaum; The Briar Team; Thelma Mike; Thirteenth Street; time; Topper Awards; Trish Thompson; U.S. National Register of Historic Places; UF; UI; University of Florida; University of Illinois; Virgil Bryan; Virginia; Voley; Warren Patrick; Wayne-Densch Performing Arts Center; whiskey; White Citizens' Council; William Leffler; zoos
Tags: 7-Eleven; Adult Toy Storage; agriculture; airports; Altamonte Mall; Altamonte Springs; Apopka; asparagus plumosus; Barnett; Bill Miller; Bob Hattaway; Bradshaw; British Airways; Casselberry; Central Florida Expressway Authority; Chapman Avenue; Chapman Road; Charlotte Hattaway; Chicago, Illinois; Christmas; citrus; Concord Avenue; Continental Can Company; Costa Rica; Crescent City; Daniel Motta; Daytona Beach; DeLand; Democratic Party; Democrats; Dog Track Road; Downtown Orlando; Earl Vaughn; East-West Expressway; economic growth; farming; farms; FDOT; Fern Park; ferneries; fernery; ferns; Florida Department of Transportation; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Senate; flower shops; flowers; Foley; Greater Orlando Aviation Authority; greenhouses; Hattaway; Hattaway Drive; Hibbard Casselberry; Holiday Travel; Home Depot; horticulture; Howard McNelty; infrastructure; Jane Casselberry; John Marcell; John Rich; Kay; Kmart; Lake Concord; Lake Lotus; Lake Orienta; Larry Dale; Lawton Chiles; Lawton Mainor Chiles, Jr.; leatherleaf fern; Leonard Casselberry; LHS; Linda Chapin; Linda Hook; Lockhart; Longwood; Lyman High School; Mahaffey; Maitland; Maitland Avenue; Martha Casselberry; moss; mosses; NAS Sanford; Naval Air Station Sanford; navel oranges; New York; nurseries; nursery; oak tree hammocks; oak trees; Opp, Alabama; orange tees; oranges; Orienta Ferneries; orlando; Orlando International Airport; Orlando-Sanford International Airport; Pierson; podocarpus; price fixing; Puerto Rico; real estate; Republican Parties; Republicans; Rick Hattaway; Royal Ferneries; Sanford; saran shade cloth; Seminole County; Semoran Boulevard; Shoemaker; slat sheds; Southwest Airlines; sphagnum; SR 408; SR 417; SR 436; SR 46; Tallahassee; Tampa; Toronto, Canada; tropical plants; UF; University of Florida; US 19-92; Ustler; Valencia oranges; Vaughn Greenhouses; Virgin Atlantic; Volusia County; Walmart; Walt Disney World; weeding; weeds; Wekiva River; Winter Garden; Winter Park High School; Wofford, Joe; WPHS; Zellwood; zoning
Tags: African Americans; Cameron; Cameron Boulevard; Celery Avenue; chickens; cypress; cypresses; First Presbyterian Church of Maitland; Gainesville; Gatlin Grocery Store; Geneva; Geneva Avenue; Geneva Bridge; Great Depression; Haldeman, Harold; hardwood; hens; Lake Harney; Lemon Bluff; logging; lumber; lumber industry; Maitland; Maytown; Motta, Daniel; Osceola; pine mill; Pine Street; planing mill; pond cypress; Port Everglades; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; sawmill; segregation; Seminole County; softwood; SR 436; St. Johns River; timber; U.S. 17-92; UF; University of Florida; World War II; WWII; yellow pine
Tags: 101st Airborne Division; 14th Amendment; 15th Amendment; 99th Fighter Squadron; A Red Record; African Americans; Afro-Cubans; American Civil War; Anderson, Patrick; Asa Philip Randolph; Atlanta Exposition; Bahamians; Barton, Juanita; beach; beaches; Bethel Baptist Institutional Church; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary McLeod; Black Cabinet; Booker Taliaferro Washington; Brevard County; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; Brown v. Board of Education of Topek; bus boycotts; Callovi, Andrew; Central Florida; Cepero, Laura; Chambers v. Florida; Chaney, James; Charles Kenzie Steele; Chicago, Illinois; civil disobedience; civil rights; Civil Rights Act of 1875; Civil Rights Act of 1964; Civil Rights March; Civil Rights Movement; Clara White Mission; Cocoa; Cocoa Elementary School; Confederates; Constitution; Constitutional League of Florida; Cook, Jennifer; Cookman Institute; Corbett, Joseph Francis II; Dale Mabry Field; Davis, Ed; Davis, John A.; Daytona Beach; Democratic Party; desegregation; discrimination; disfranchisement; Double V Campaign; Dwight David Eisenhower; Eartha M. M. White; Eartha Mary Magdalene White; Eatonville; educators; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Englehardt, Tanya; equal pay; exhibits; FDR; Federal Council of Negro Affairs; Fifteenth Amendment; Florida Civil Rights Act; Florida Memorial college; Florida Photographic Collection; Florida Streetcar Segregation Law; Florida Supreme court; Florida Teachers Association; Flynn, Jacob; Fort Lauderdale; Fourteenth Amendment; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Franklin, William; Freedom Riders; Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Garvey, Marcus; Gary, Bill; Gibson v. Board of Public Instruction of Dade County; Goff, Cynthia; Goodman, Andrew; Grant, Ulysses S.; Great Depression; Greensboro Sit-in; Greensboro, North Carolina; Groveland; Groveland Four; Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.; Hawkins, Virgil D.; Holland; Houser, Barbara; Houston, Texas; Howard, Willie James; Hurston, Zora Neale; Ida Bell Wells-Barnett; Ike Eisenhower; Jacksonville; Jakes, Wilhelmina; Jim Crow South; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; Knoxville, Tennessee; Ku Klux Klan; Library of Congress; Lincoln, Abraham; Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls; Little Rock 9; Little Rock Central High School; Little Rock Nine; Little Rock, Arkansas; Live Oak; Lloyd, Rustin; lynchings; Madison County; Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr.; Marshall, Thurgood; Mary Jane McLeod Bethune; McCall, Willis V.; McDivitt, Anne Ladyem; Miami; Michael Henry Schwerner; Mississippi Plan; Montgomery Bus Boycott; Montgomery, Alabama; Moore, Harriette V.; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry T.; Moore, Harry Tyson; NAACP; National Afro-American League; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; National Equal Rights League; NERL; New Deal; New York; Niagara Movement; Ocoee Massacre; Ocoee Riot; Omaha, Nebraska; Orchard Villa Elementary School; Palatka; Parks, Rosa; Patterson, Carrie; Payne, Jesse; Petitt, Joshua; Plessy v. Ferguson; Progressive Voter's League; protests; Pulaski, Tennessee; race relations; race riots; racial equality; racism; Randolph, A. Philip; Reconstruction; Red Summer of 1919; Republican Party; Robert Cassanello; Rosa Louise McCauley Parks; Rosewood Massacre; Saunders, Robert; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; Schwerner, Michael; Scottsboro Boys; Scottsboro, Alabama; SCOTUS; segregation; Selma, Alabama; separate but equal; Shepard; sit-ins; slavery; Sociedad la Union Marti-Maceo; soldiers; South Carolina; Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases; St. Augustine; State Library and Archives of Florida; Steele, C. K.; Supreme Court; Supreme Court of the United States; Syracuse, New York; Tallahassee; Tallahassee Bus Boycott; Tampa; teachers; The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida; Timothy Thomas Fortune; To Secure These Rights: The Report of the President's Committee on Civil rights; Truman, Harry S.; Turnbull, Lindsey; Tuskegee University; Tuskegee, Alabama; U.S. Armed Forces; U.S. Army; U.S. Supreme Court; UF; UNIA; Union; Universal Negro Improvement Association; University of Florida; veterans; voting; voting rights; Voting Rights Act of 1965; W. E. B. Du Bois; wade-ins; Waldron, J. Milton; Washington, Booker T.; Wells, Ida B.; Wetmore, J. Douglas; white supremacy; White, Clara; William Edward Burghardt Du Bois; Williams, Alice; Willis Virgil McCall; Wolfe, Jon; Woolworth; Woolworth's; World War II; WWII
Tags: 1st Marine Corps Division; 2F-23; A-3 intruders; A-7; Air Force Reconnaissance Squadron; aircraft simulators; Armstrong, Jack; Army Participation Group; Baldwin Park; ballistic missile early warning sites; Base Realignment and Closure; Battle of Guadalcanal; Bauer; Bill McCollum; BRAC; Bulletin 40-1; Bureau of Aeronautics; C11; Cape Canaveral; Chief of Naval Materials; Chief of Naval Research; Clarkson University; CNR; cold war; Community Veterans History Project; Como, Perry; Cross Creek; CVHP; De Florez, Luis; deaf; deep sea divers; defense industry; defense simulation; defense simulation industry; Deputy Technical Director; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; electrical engineering; electrical engineers; F-102; F-3; Field Service Organization; flight simulation; General Dynamics; Gould-Guggenhiem Estate; Greenland; GS-11; Guadalcanal; Guadalcanal Campaign; Guggenheim; Hayes, Bob; Hazen, Kendra; hearing impaired; Hill, Amanda; Invasion of Normandy; Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy; Lake Nona Medical City; Lake Sybelia Elementary School; Link Aviation Devices, Inc.; Lockheed Martin; Lone Sailor Memorial Committee; Lone Sailor Memorial Project; Long Island; Long Island, New York; Luis De Florez Building; Maintenance Engineering Division; Maitland; Marshall, Al; McCollum, Ira William, Jr.; McCoy AFB; McCoy Air Force Base; MILES; Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System; NASA Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit; National Center for Simulation Offices; Naval Air Systems Command; Naval Air Warfare Center; Naval Air Warfare System; Naval Air Warfare Systems Training System Division; Naval Air Warfare Training Systems; Naval Training Center Orlando; Naval Training Device Center; Naval Training Materials Center; Naval Training Systems Center; Navy Memorial of Central Florida; NAWCTSD; NCS; Newfoundland, Canada; Normandy, France; Northport; NTC Orlando; Office of Naval Materials; Office of Naval Research; Okraski, Henry Carl; P2V; Partnership III Building; Physical to Virtual; Port Washington; Potsdam, Germany; radio programs; Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan; Research and Engineering; Research Parkway; Rollins College; Senior Executive Service; simulation; Special Devices Task; St. Patrick's Grammar School; STEM; stranger danger; tank simulators; Team Orlando; The Wonderful World of Simulation a Brief History of Modeling and Simulation and Its Impact on Our Lives; The Yearling; Thule Air Base; Twilight Zone Tower of Terror; U. S. Air Force; U.S. Army; U.S. Coast Guard; U.S. Department of Defense; U.S. Marine Corps; U.S. Navy; UC; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; USS Shenandoah; Utica Free Academy; Utica, New York; V Sub; Veridian; virtual reality; Wheaties
Tags: 1st Street; 4th Street; 9th Street; Ahearn, Ida; Alexander Irwin; Anderson, Agnes; Andes, Alice; Armor, Marry Harris; Aspinwall, Frances M.; Audubon Society; Audubon Society of Florida; B. & O. Motor Company; Betts, Ruby; Bonita Cafe; Bower, R. C.; Bowler, Mable; Boys Debating Society; Bradbury; Brady, E. E.; Brady, Virginia; Brainol; Brock, D. C.; Brown, D. O.; Brown, J. Oscar; Brown, John; Brown, Susie H.; Buckhalter, Gladys; Butt, C. G.; Caldwell, Hugh H.; Callahan; Cameron, Mary Gatchel; Carnes, S. J.; Carranza, Venustiano; Chaplin, Charlie; Chappell, Frances; Chappell, Mary; Chittenden, Edna; Commercial St.; Commercial Street; Coulborn, Dixon; Coulbourn, Mary Chappell; Coulbourn, Richard; Crosby, Wallace; Cupid, Dan; Cypress Ave.; Cypress Avenue; Davies, Mary Carolyn; Dean, Tenny; Deane, Robert; Deas, R. R.; Diack, Margaret; Dickins Shoe Store; Dickins, J. W.; Dingee, C. H.; Douglass, E. A.; DuBoes, H. C.; education; Entzminger, Maud; Estelle Gray Concert Company; Eustis; Eustis High School; Ezell; Ezell, Paul; First National Bank; First Street; Five County Fair; Fletcher, John; Florida Alligator; Florida State College for Women; Fourth Street; Fox, Gwin; French Ave. Garage; French Avenue; French Avenue Garage; French Millinery Shop; FSCW; Gardner, Gladys; Gatchel, F.; Gatchel, Josie Stumon; Gatchel, Mary; Gatchel, Ruth Stewart; Geneva; Georgia School of Technology; Geortz, Alma; Gift Store; Goertz, Alma M.; Goodhue, Isabelle; Gotha; Gove; Gove, Marion; Graham, J. R.; Gramling, Albert; Graves, Jessie C.; Gray, Estelle; Green; Green, Gladys; Grow, Elmer; Hand, C. M.; Hand, Ruth; Hawkins, W. E.; Higgins; high schools; Hill; Hotel Carnes; Housholder, E. F.; Housholder, Ernest; Housholder, W. E.; Howard, B. Adna; Hully; Hulme, T. E.; Hutchinson; Irving, Washington; Jacksonville; Jefferson Hospital; Kanner, Abie; Kanner, Charles; Kanner, Harry; Kanner, Ruth; Key, A. R.; Kissimmee; Kissimmee High School; L. R. Philips & Company; La Rocque, S. H.; Laing, H. Roby; Laing, Joseph S.; Lake, Forrest; Lawrence, B. H.; Lawton, T. W.; Leavitt, Frances A.; Leffler, C. H.; Lhevinne, Mortis; Literary and Debating Societies; Little, Ercel; Lovell, Vail; Lowell, Abbott, Lawrence; Lowell, Amy; Loy, Nina; MacMillan; Maines, Schelle; Masefield; Masters, Edgar Lee; McAlexander, Watson; McCook, S. A.; McCuller, L. P.; McDaniel, Ruth; McIntyre, J. B.; McIntyre's Express & Baggage Transfer; McLaughlin, Anna C.; McLaulin, Henry; Meredith, Thomas; Mettinger; Mettinger, Ruth; Mettinger's; Miller, F. L.; Milvis Marble Company; Morris, Gladys L.; Moughton, Ethel; Munson, Fannie Reba; Munson, Zoe; Murrell, John M.; Murrell, Renie; N. P. Yowell & Company; National Bird Day; Nichols, R. E.; Nickels; Ninth Street; Nix; Ohio House; orlando; Orlando High School; Osceola High School; Packard; Palmetto Avenue; Parish Hous; Parish House Club; Park Avenue; Pattishall, Bert; Peoples Bank; Perkins, B. L.; Philip's Studio; Philips, L. R.; Phillips Studio; Poet's Club; Pope, Eugenia; Pound, Ezra; Progressive Shoe Shop; Railroad Avenue; Rexall Store; Rhodes, Muriel; Rines; Rines, Lucille; Ringe, Adele; Roach, J. H.; Robert's Grocery; Robinson, M. F.; Rodker, John; Roumillat, Eugene; Rowe, Ruby Betts; Royal Tailors; Rumph, Dorothy; Rumph, Hume C.; Runge, S.; Runge, William; Salmagundi; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Sanford Bottling Works; Sanford Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Sanford Furniture Company; Sanford Grammar School; Sanford High School; Sanford House; Sanford Pressing Club; Sanford Primary School; Sanford Public Schools; Sanford Shoe and Clothing Company; Sanitary Pressing Club; Schaal, Theodore; schools; Seminole Abstract Company; Seminole County Bank; Seminole County Judge; Seminole County Superintendent of Public Instruction; Shinholser, S. O.; SHS; Smith, Bessie; Smith, R. H.; Spencer, G. W.; Spencer's Bakery; Spratt, Jack; Spurling, J. E.; St. Augustine; St. Augustine High School; St. Patrick's Day; Stetson University; Stevens, H. R.; Stevens, Ralph; Stevenson, Hazel, Allison; Stewart, Ruth; Stumon, Josie; SU; Takach, J. A.; Tallahassee; Tampa; Taylor, O. L.; Thackston, J. H.; Thomas Jefferson University Hospital; Thrasher, D. L.; Thrasher, May; Tillis, Gussie; Trusler, Dean; Tsing Kiang Fu; UF; Umatilla; Umatilla High School; University of Florida; University of South Carolina; USC; Waldron, Katherine; Walker; Walker, Claire; Watson; Waycross; WCTU; West; West, Etta; West, Etta P.; Whitman, Walt; Whitner, Annie; Wickham; Wight; Wight Grocery Company; Wildman, J. Rowland; William Coulborn Co.; William Coulborn Company; Williams, Grace Earl; Wilmington; Wilson & Householder; Wilson, Thomas Emmet; Winter Park; Woman's Christian Temperance Union; Woodburn, Esthe M.; Woodruff; Woodruff & Watson; Woodruff, F. L.; Yowell, N. P.
Tags: 9th Street; Barnes; Beethoven; Berner, Evelyn; Bowler, Mabel; Brantley, Belle; Brown, Victory; Brown, Winnie Irene; Chappell, Lucca; Chase, Randall; Chopin; Class Day; Coates, J. Frank; Coenen; Columbia College; commencements; Connelly, Linda; Davis, Margaret Lucille; Dennee; education; Flagler; Frank, Florence; Gardener, Mary; Gatchel, Mary; Gilbert, E. Howard; Glee Club; Godard, B.; Gounod; graduations; Grieg; Haydn, J.; Higgins, Adelaide; high schools; Kanner, Ruth; Kullak; Liszt; Little Ercel; Lohr, Frederick N.; Lund; MacDowell; Massneret, J.; McAlexander, Watson; McKinnon, J. F.; McLaughlin, George W.; Meridith, Tom; Mishaps of Minerva; Montague, A. P.; Moughton, Ethel Mae; Munson, Fannie Reba; Munson, Fannie Stembridge; Murphree, Albert A.; Murrell, Renie; Ninth Street; Packard, Marian; Palmer; Palmetto Avenue; Perkins, N. J.; Philips, Marian; Radford, Rosamond; Rowland, Helen; Salter, Mary Turner; Sanford; Sanford High School; Sanford High School Glee Club; Sanford High School Literary Societies; Sanford Public Schools; School of Musical Art; schools; Schubert; Shannon, Mike; Skabo, Signe; Speuryker, Jennie Van Deusen; Spindler, Fritz; SPS; Sterling, Clara; Sterling, Lydia; Sterling, Minerva; Sterling, Mortimer J.; Stevenson, Harry; Strong, F. P.; UF; University of Florida; Wagner, Maud Alice; Waldron, Katherine G.; Waldron, Ruth; Walker, Claire; Walker, Clifford; Whitner, Benjamin F., Jr.; Williams, Edna; Wright
Tags: 7th Street; Betts, William Ernest; Carlson, Harry F.; Chappell, Mary; Class Day; commencements; Cowan, Mabel Brown; education; Fox, Martha Gwynn; graduations; high schools; Housholder, Ernest F.; Kanner, Abie O.; Lovell, Carolina Louise; Lovell, William Vail; McKinnon, J. F.; Mettingers, Ruth Esther; Perkins, N. J.; Pope, Sarah Eugenia; Sanford; Sanford High School; schools; Seventh Street; Singletary, Willie Mary; Thackston, J. A.; Tillis, Gussie Emma; UF; University of Florida; Williams, Saidee Christina; Woodruff, Seth Lee
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Amerindian; Ancient Egypt; anthropology; anthropomorphism; archaeology; British Museum; Bullen, Ripley Pierce; burial; burial mound; DeLand; Egypt; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; Fort Caroline; historic preservation; Hontoon Island State Park; Hontoon Owl Totem; Indian; Milanich, Jerald T.; Morris, Craig; muck; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; otter; owl; Ozymandias; pelican; preservation; Ramesses II; Robert Cassanello; Ruhl, Donna; Smith, Horace; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; Timucua; Timucuan; Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve; totem; UF; University of Florida; Wallis, Neill J.
Tags: 58th Avenue; A History of Central Florida; archaeology; Archaic Period; burial; burial mound; celt; ceremonial tool; copper; Copper Road; Dickens, Bethany; documentary; Endonino, Jon; Fifty-Eighth Ave.; Fifty-Eighth Avenue; Ford, Chip; Great Lakes; greenstone; Long, George; Middle Archaic Period; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; Ocala; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; podcast; Precolumbian; Robert Cassanello; shell; Silver River Museum and Environmental Education Center; Tennessee; Tool; trade network; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; woodworking
Tags: A History of Central Florida; archaeology; canoe; Central Boulevard; Creek; documentary; Duvall County; European; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; I-4; Interstate Highway 4; Lake County; Long, Mark Howard; metalworking; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; Newnans Lake; OCRHC; orange county; Orange County Regional History Center; Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum; podcast; Precolumbian; Robert Cassanello; Ruhl, Donna; Seminole; Seminole County; Spaniard; Spanish; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; Timucua; Timucuan; Turner, Frederick Jackson; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Vine Street; woodworking
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Archaic Period; burial; burial mound; Central American; ceramic; ceramic pots; check stamped pottery; Clarke, Bob; clay; clay pottery; documentary; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; Gibson, Ella; Kelley, Katie; Louisiana; Mesoamerica; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; New Smyrna Museum of history; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; orange fiber tempered pottery; Paleolithic Era; podcast; pot; pottery; pottery shard; Poverty Point; Poverty Point State Historic Site; religion; ritual; Robert Cassanello; Sams Ave.; Sams Avenue; spirituality; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; UF; University of Florida; Upper Paleolithic Era; Wallis, Neill J.
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Arachaic Indian; archaeological site; archaeology; Archaic Period; Brevard County; Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science; burial; burial site; cemetery; Clarke, Bob; documentary; Doran, Glen; fabric; Florida Public Archaeology Network; Florida State University; Ford, Chip; FSU; Gibson, Ella; Ice Age; Kelley, Katie; Milanich, Jerald T.; mortuary analysis; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; podcast; Precolumbian; Prehistoric; Robert Cassanello; textile; textile manufacturing; Tool; UF; University of Florida; Wentz, Rachel; Wentz, Rachel K.; wet site; Windover Archaeological Site; Windover Burial Site; Windover Pond; wood; wood tool; woodworking
Tags: 3rd Street; Appreciation Day Sunday; Beck, Ronald G.; doctor; Doyle, Wayne D.; French Avenue; George Starke Park; Gomez, Jorge; Jerry's Drug Store; Largen, Thomas; Meharry University; Moore, Lee P.; Oshrin, Norman H.; Perez, Luis; physician; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Starke, George H.; The Evening Herald; Third Street; UF; UF Medical School; University of Florida; University of Florida Medical School
Tags: AMA; American Medical Association; Biracial Commission; doctor; Fernald-Laughton Hospital; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Medical Association; Gainesville; gynecology; Harvard University; Jerry's Drug Store; Lakeland; Massachusetts General Hospital; Meharry University; Melrose; Montgomery; Nashville Birmingham; Night Fire; obstetrics; orlando; Patteson, Jean; physician; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Seminole Medical Association; Starke, George H.; Starke, Ruth; The Sanford Herald; UF; University of Florida
Tags: Blacksheare, Jackie; Davidson, Keay; DeLand; doctor; Edwards, Leo; Frey, Bob; JFK; Kennedy, John Fitzgerald; Kennedy, Robert Francis; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; Meharry Medical School; Melrose; MLK; Nashville; physician; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Sanford Civic Center; Seattle; Seminole Boulevard; Starke, George H.; Starke, Helen; Starke, Herbert; Starke, Lancaster C.; Tallahassee; The Sentinel Star; UF; UF Medical School; University of Florida; University of Florida Medical School; Washington, D.C.
Tags: Agnew, Spiro Theodore; anti-Communism; campaign; candidate; Clark, James "Jim" C.; Clark, Jim; Claude Pepper Center; Claude Pepper Library; Clinton, Bill; Clinton, William "Bill" Jefferson; cold war; communism; Communist; Communist Party; Congress; cracker; Democrat; Democratic Party; direct mail; documentary; elderly; election; election campaign; federal government; Florida State University; FSU; Germany; government spending; Hitler, Adolf; incumbent; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; Kennedy, John Fitzgerald; League of Women's Voters; left-wing; leftist; McCarthy, Joseph "Joe" Raymond; McCarthyism; Medicaid; Moscow, Russia; New Deal; Nixon, Richard Milhous; nomination; Pepper deficit; Pepper, Claude Denson; podcast; political campaign; politics; president; primary election; Primary Election of 1950; Red Pepper and Gorgeous George: Claude Pepper's Epic Defeat in the 1950 Democratic Primary; Red Scare; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rotary Club; Rubio, Marco Antonio; Russia; Senate; senator; Smathers, George Armistead; Social Security; Soviet Union; speech; Stalin, Iosif Vissarionovic; Stalin, Joseph; Time Magazine; Truman, Harry S.; U.S. Attorney General; U.S. Senate; U.S. Senate primary; U.S. Senate primary election; U.S. Senate primary race; U.S. Senator; UF; University of Florida; voter; voting; World War II; WWII
Tags: 19th Amendment; African American; Bartow; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Birmingham, Alabama; boycott; Chicago, Illinois; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; Cole, Johnnetta Betsch; Cravero, Geoffrey; debt peonage; Detroit, Michigan; disenfranchisement; documentary; Election of 1920; emancipation; Emancipation Betrayed: The Hidden History of Black Organizing and White Violence in Florida from Reconstruction to the Bloody Election of 1920; Florida Voter Registration Movement; fraternal organization; Gainesville; Grand Court Order of Calanthe; Great Depression; Great Migration; Great War; Hurston, Zora Neale; Jacksonvile; Jacksonville; Jim Crow; Johnson, James Weldon; Knights of Pythias; Lakeland; Louie, M. M.; lynching; Masons; meeting; Memphis, Tennessee; migration; Montgomery Bus Boycott; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry Tyson; museum; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; New York City, New York; Nineteenth Amendment; Ocoee; Ocoee Massacre; Ocoee Race Riot; oral history; orange county; Order of the Eastern Star; organizing; orlando; Ortiz, Paul; Pensacola; Pensacola Streetcar Boycott; podcast; poll tax; Randolph, A. Philip; Reconstruction; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Samuel Proctor Oral History Program; secret society; Simms, Harriette Vyda; St. Augustine; St. Petersburg; suffrage; Tampa; Thurmond, Howard; UF; University of Florida; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; voting rights; West Orange County; white supremacy; women's suffrage; World War I; World War II; WWI; WWII
Tags: 1920 Election; African American; armed resistance; civil rights; convict labor; convict leasing; court; Cravero, Geoffrey; democracy; disenfranchisement; documentary; election; Election of 1920; emancipation; Emancipation Betrayed: The Hidden History of Black Organizing and White Violence in Florida from Reconstruction to the Bloody Election of 1920; Great Depression; Harding, Warren Gamaliel; historian; historiography; Jim Crow; labor; labor rights; labor strike; laborer; liberty bond; Lincoln, Abraham; lynching; migrant labor; migrant worker; New York Stock Exchange; oral history; organizing; Ortiz, Paul; phosphate; phosphate industry; podcast; race relation; racial violence; racism; Reconstruction; Republican; Republican Party; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rockefeller, John Davison, Sr.; Samuel Proctor Oral History Program; segregation; sheriff; slave; slavery; State of Florida; strike; Thrift stamp; turpentine; turpentine industry; UF; University of Florida; violence; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; voting rights; wages; Wells-Barnett, Ida Bell; Wells, Ida Bell; worker rights; World War I; WWI
Tags: anthropology; anthropomorphism; archaeology; Bennett, Charles Edward; bird; Buonarroti Simoni, Michelangelo di Lodovico; craft; da Vinci, Leonardo di ser Piero; DeLand; Early Historic Period; Fort Caroline; Foster, Amy; Hasbrouck, Kim; historic preservation; Hontoon Island; Hontoon Island State Park; Jacksonville; Long, George; material culture; Michelangelo; Middle St. Johns River; Morris, Craig; mound; myth; mythology; Native American; otter; owl; park; pelican; pine; Prehistoric Period; preservation; religion; Renaissance; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Sassaman, Kenneth E.; shark; shark teeth; spirituality; St. Johns River; state park; symbol; symbolism; The Florida Anthropologist; Timucua; Timucuan; Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve; Timucuan Preserve; totem; UF; University of Florida
Tags: Adicks, Richard; Africa University; African American; Cedar Key; celery; celery industry; college; documentary; fire department; Florence, Tuscany, Italy; Florida Technical University; Foster, Amy; FTU; Fulbright Program; Georgia Institute of Technology; Georgia Tech; GT; historical society; King Street; King, J. W.; Lake Charm; Lake City; Lake City Fire Department; Lake Jesup; Lake Jesup Community; Lawton House; Lawton, T. W.; Lee, Charles S.; local history; Memorial Building; Mutare, Zimbabwe; National Endowment for the Humanities; National Endowment for the Humanities grant; Neely, Donna M.; NEH; NEH grant; Nelson and Company; Nelson, Steve; OHS; oral history; Oviedo; Oviedo Fire Station; Oviedo High School; Oviedo Historical Society; Pauli, Bruce D.; Petitt, Josh; pioneer; podcast; race relations; RICHES; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; State Library Of Florida; The Orlando Evening Star; The Orlando Sentinel; The Sanford Herald; TU; Tulane University; UCF; UF; univerisity; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Wheeler, Ben
Tags: Apopka; Apopka KKK; Apopka Ku Klux Klan; assassination; baseball; bomb; Brevard County; Brevard County NAACP; Brevard County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Brooklyn, Earl J.; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; citrus; citrus industry; civil rights; civil rights activist; Civil Rights Leader Harry T. Moore and the Ku Klux Klan in Florida; Civil Rights Movement; Clark, Jim; desegregation; documentary; FBI; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Florida State Attorney; hate group; historic preservation; integration; investigative journalism; journalism; journalist; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; klansman; Ku Klux Klan; labor; laborer; Lake County; McCall, Willis V.; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry Tyson; murder; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; newspaper; newspaper editor; newspaper publisher; open records law; orange county; Orange County Sheriff; Orange County Sheriff's Office; orlando; Orlando Magazine; podcast; Powell, Angelea; preservation; public records law; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robinson, Jack "Jackie" Roosevelt; Sacher, John; Sanford; segregation; sheriff; Simms, Harriette Vyda; Star, Dave; The Orlando Sentinel; tourism; tourist; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Winter Park Magazine; Wolfinger, Norman "Norm" Robert
The Sanford State Farmers' Market, at 1300…
Tags: Arnold Construction Company; bids; competitive bidding; construction; construction firm; engineer; farmers' market; George, Frank G.; Gregg, Gibson and Gregg; Lewis, L.H.; Mann Construction Company; Sanford; Sanford State Farmers' Market; Skinner, Tom C.; UF; University of Florida; Winter Haven
Tags: 13th Street; 4th Street; AAA; Abshier, A. E.; Allardice, James; Allen, Ross; Alrmina Drive-In Restaurant; Amazing Howell Glassblowers; America's Tropical Wonderland; American Automobile Association; American Express; Anderson, F.; Angebilt Hotel; Apopka Motor Courts; Aqua-Maids; Arrow Head Lodge; Avon Motel; Baby Animal Nursery; Bambi Motel; Banister, Fred; Bank of Tavares; Barney's Park Avenue; Bartlett, Tommy; Bates, Beryl; Bates, Kitten; Beachfront Tourist Court; Beacon Light Motel; Belleview Motor Court; Ben White Raceway; Bennie's Service Station; Bentley's Motel; Bibleland; Big "D" Steer-In Restaurant; Black Hills Passion Play; Black Swan Park; Blanche Hotel; Blue Lake; Blue Lake Villa; Bob's Shell Service; Bok Tower; Bok Tower Gardens; Bownman & Brown, Inc.; Bradley, Otis; Bragdon, J. A.; Brahma cattle; Brewton Company; Buliman, J. H.; Burgess, Jack; Carillon Tower; Casa Loma Lodge; Centennial Fountain; Center of Arcade; Central Boulevard; Central Florida Motel; chamber of commerce; Chimp Farm; Christy, Howard Chandler; Citizen's Bank of Clermont; Citizen's National Bank of Lessburg; Citizen's National Bank of Orlando; Citrus Tower Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge; Clayton Waters Service; Clements, Frank; Clermont Fruit Service; Clewiston Inn; Clewiston Motel; Cloister Courts; Coats, Royal M.; Coleman, Grace; Colonial Drive; Colonial Hotel; Columbia County; conestoga wagon; Cook, Thomas; Cooks Farm; Craft Court; Crossroads Motel; Cunningham, T. Archie; Cypress Gardens; Da Vinci, Leonardo; Davenport Chamber of Commerce; Davis Park Motel; Delux Motel; Dempsey, Jack; Dickson and Ives, Inc.; Dietrich, Charles; Dietrich, Elsie; Diner's Club; Dirlam, K. M.; Dirlam's Dawn Villa; Douglas, A. R. D.; downtown Kissimmee; downtown Leesburg; Downtown Miami; Downtown Orlando; Duncan Hines; Dundee; E. S. Marsell Fernery; Edgar Roberts Apartments; Edwards, A. C.; El Patio Motel; El Rancho Motel; Emerald Motel; Ernie's Lakeside Motel; Everglades; Everglades Tropical Gardens; Fairview Park; Fairway's Motel; Famous Shell Emporium; Famous Silver Spurs; Fifth Street; First Federal Building; First Federal Savings and Loan Association; First National Bank; First National Bank at Orlando; Florida Angler's Resort; Florida Citrus Tower; Florida National Bank; Florida Nursery and Landscape Company; Florida Orange Packers; Florida Watermelon Festival; Florida's Biggest Little Town; Florida's Cow Country; Ford's Shell Service Station; Fort Clinch; Foster, Stephen Collins; Fosteriana; Fountain, J. M.; French Realtors; Fulton's Citrus Groves; G&S Packing Company; Gahr, Lloyd; Gardner's Restaurant; Gardos, E.; Gary's Duck Inn; Gateway to the Ridge; Gellerman, Harvey; glass-bottom boats; Glouser, Zack; Great Masterpiece; Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce; Green's Fuel; Gulf Oil; Gulf Oil Corporation; Haines City Motor Court; Hambletonian; Hamilton County; Harlan, Montie; Hart, E. B.; Hart's Sundry Store; Harvey's Service; Harwell, E. K.; Harwell, Mary P.; Hi-Lander Motel; Highland Hammock State Park; Highland Lake Apartments; Highland Park Estates; Highland Parks Estates; Highlander Restaurant; Highlands County; Highlands Lake; Hil-Top Motor Court; Hinson Avenue; Home Exhibit; Hotel Jacaranda; Hotel Thomas and Dining Room; House of Glass; Howard Johnson Restaurant, Johnson, Howard; Hunt Brothers; Hunter's Nash Motors; International Grand Prix Endurance Race; Isbell, Jim; Isbell, Sue; Ivey's of Orlando; J. Hillis Miller Health Center; J. L. Parris Jr. Laundry; Jarvis Motel; Johnson, Evelyn; Johnson, John; Johnson's Beach; Johnson's Beach & Cottages; Jones, Meredith; Jordan, Carl; Jordan, Carolyn; Kahler, F. H.; Kahler, R. N.; Keene Realty Company, Inc.; Kelly Park; King's Garage and Service Station; King's Grove; Kissimmee Live Stock Market; Kissimmee River Valley; Koch, Harry A.; Koss Manor Motel; Koss, Delma; Lake Alfred; Lake Alfred Motel and Restaurant; Lake and Hills Restaurant; Lake Apopka; Lake Blue Motel; Lake Bowers; Lake Brentwood Court; Lake Clay; Lake County; Lake Eola; Lake Eola Park; Lake Highland; Lake Istokpoga; Lake Ivanhoe; Lake Josephine; Lake Josephine Tourist Court; Lake Mabel Motel; Lake Minneola; Lake Okeechobee; Lake Ola; Lake Placid; Lake Weir; Lake Weir Chamber of Commerce; Lake Weir Gift Fruit Company; Lake Weir Key Cottages; Lakeside Villa; Lakeview Motel; Lakewood Bar & Package Store; Lakewood Estates; Last Supper; Law, Leo; Lee Motel; Leesburg Community Center; Leesburg Kiwanis Club; Leesburg Lion's club; Leesburg Rotary Club; Lilly, L. M.; Lilly's Motel; Lloyd's Furniture; Main Street; Mann, Leone; Mann, Paul; Manor Motel; Marie's Motel and Restaurant; Marion County; Marion County Citrus Company; Marion Street; Marks Street; Marsell, E. S.; Master Hosts; McGuire's Standard Station; McIntosh; Meier, Josef; Melton, G. T.; Metal Products Company; Miami Hotel; Miami's Fabulous Seaquarium; Mid-Lakes Motel; Miller Motel; Miller, Henry; Millican & Beseke, Inc.; Mineral Springs; Minneola Gift Shop; Minute Maid; Monarchik, Helen; Monarchik, John; Montrose Street; Monument of States; Moose Head Fishing Camp; Moses Rexall Drugs; Motel AL-Jl Mid-Town Motel; Motel Midget Mansions; Mozert's Photo Shop; Mrs. Mac's Restaurant; Mt. Vernon Motel; Musseua, A. A.; Nascar Auto Association; National Fresh Water Tournament; National Pee Wee Championship; Nature's Underwater Fairyland; New Morrison Cafeteria; Nicodemus, Charles; Nicodemus, Irene; North Avenue; North Boulevard; North City Motel; North Marion County Chamber of Commerce; North Marion High School; O'Sada, Stanley; O'Sada's Gulf Service Station; OBT; Ocala; Ocala National Forest; Oklawaha; Oklawaha River; Ola-Beach Motel; Old South Motel; Orange Avenue; Orange blossom Motel; Orange Blossom Trail; Orange Blossom Trail Association; orange county; Orange Lake; Orange Lake Citrus Shop; Orlando Evening Star; Orlando Morning Sentinel; Palm Garden Fishing Camp; Palm Knoll Motell; Palm Motel; Palm Terrace; Palomino Motel; Pan-American Motel; Parrish, J. L., Jr.; Passion Play Amphitheatre; Peacock, Arthur S.; Peacock's Motel; Phillips Place; Plantation Inn; Poinsettia Motel; Polk County; Pope, Dick, Sr.; Pope, Richard Downing; Preu, Frank J.; Preu, Jeanette; Pure Oil Company; Quality Courts United; Ranch Motel; Ray's Smoke House Pit-Bar-B-Q; Red Barn Restaurant; Reddick; Reese, Candler C.; Rest-A-Nite Motel; Rex Beach Lake; Rexall; Richenbacker Causeway; Rilean, W. W.; Riley's Trailer Park and Miniature Home; Rock Springs; Rod'n Reel Court; Roosevelt Boulevard; Ross Allen's Reptile Institute; Ross Allen's Reptile Institute and Wildlife Show; Sabal Motel; San Juan de Ulloa Hotel; San Juan Hotel; Scenic Highway; Schnieder, John W.; Seaquariam; Seminoles; Shady Lake; Shalimar Motor Court; shell; Shell Emporium; Shipley, Grace E.; Shipley, Lewis; Silver Lake Country Club and Golf Course; Silver Palms Motel; Silver Springs; Silver Springs Boulevard; Silver Springs Cafeteria and Restaurant; Silver Spurs Rodeo; Sinclair Gas and Oil; Singing Tower; Skyline Motel; Slaughter, A. C.; Smigel's Auto Clinic; Smith, A. W.; South Bay Service Station; South Lake Realty company; Southernaire Motel; Spinning Wheel Motel; Spook Hill; Sportsman's cottages and Fishing Resort; Spring Side Motel; Squire Restaurant; SR-200; SR-25; SR-40; SR-50; SR-540; SR-80; STAPLES' Cottages; Starling Motel; State Bank; State Road 50; State Road 80; Steak House; Stephen Foster Memorial; Sue and Jim Isbell's Motel with Restaurant; Sue's Motel; Sugar Bowl; Sun Plaza Motor Manor; Sunoco; Suwannee River; Suwannee River Court; Tall Pines Motel; Talton, William G.; Targonski, Benjamin; Taylor's Citrus Candy Factory; Terra Ceia Court and Restaurant; Texaco Products; The Belle of Suwannee; The Brahma; The Carriage Cavalcade; The City Beautiful; The Fern City of Florida; The Jacaranda City; The Jungle Cruise; The Key Wester; The Prince of Peace Memorial; Thibault, Alyce; Thomas, P. E.; Tom Sawyer Motor Inns; Tommy Bartlett's Deer Ranch; Topical Wind Motel; Tower View Motel; Trade Winds Cafeteria; Tradewins Motel and Restaurant; Trailer city; Tropical Motor Hotel & Frazer's Steak House; Tucker, O. J.; tupperware; Tupperware Home Parties, Inc.; Tupperware Museum of Dishes; U.S. Highway 27; U.S. Sugar Mill; UF; University Court Motel; University of Florida; US 92; US-17-; US-25; US-27; US-27A; US-301; US-441; US-441-27; US-98; Ustler Brothers; Vaughan & Co.; Venetian Court; Vo-Mac Groves; W. W. Rilea Cottages; Wall Streetl Empire Hotel; Walt Wellman Groves; Waverly; Waverly Citrus Growers Cooperative; Wayside Motel; Webb, J. L.; Webb's Drive-In Restaurant; Wellman, Walt; White House Hotel; William G. Talton and Sons; Williams, E. L.
Tags: Bethea, Sammie; Blankner, Ed; Boggs, Robert; Brown; Carter, Temple; Central Florida Exhibition; Cher-O-Key; Cherokee JHS; Cherokee Junior High; Cherokee Junior High School; Cherokee Junior HS; Cherokee School; Cook, Thomas; Cox, Lawson; Cox, Robert; Dye, Charles; Everett, Emory; Ferrell, Jack; General Sports Trophy; Graham; Harney, Margaret; Harrell, Sara; Henderson; Hi-Y; Hi-Y Club; Iseminger, Myrtle; Journalism Club; Kazarosian, Shan; Keith, Creola; Know Orlando Club; Lanter, Robert; Laverty, Beulah; Lebanon; Maynard, Dorothy; McElroy, Merle; McKinnon, Carolyn; Memorial Echo; Memorial JHS; Memorial Junior High School; Memorial Junior HS; Meyer; Minter, Clinton; Mitchell; MJHS; O’Berg, Gilbert; Ocala JHS; Ocala Junior High School; Ocala Junior HS; OJHS; ook, Thomas; Pettay, Jean; Platt, Donald; Powers, Ormund; Price, Harry; Russell, Margaret; Sangster, Hazel; Scruggs; Snider, Marvin; Tanner, Monnette; The Pennant; The Wishing Well; Thompson; UF; Union; University of Florida; Washington, George; Wayland; West Virginia; White, Gloria; Williams, Bob; Williams, Fred
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