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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: . J. Witherspoon; A. Allen; A. Barkley; A. Brooks; A. Browdy; A. Bryant; A. C. Clyton; A. Ely; A. Gainey; A. Garrett; A. Goddett; A. Green; A. Harris; A. J. Muller; A. James; A. Link; A. McKeaver; A. Muller; A. Perkins; A. Rouse; A. Whitney; A. Williams; A. Wright; Academy Avenue; Adeline Jones; African; African American; Alba Finalayeon; Albertha Robinson; Aleatha Hamilton; Allen; Altermese Smith Bentley; alumni; Angie Haws; Annie Corbin Stokes; Annie M. Lovette; Annie Martin; Annie Ruth Howard; Annie Stoke O'Neille; Annie Stokes O'Neille; Antioch Missionary Baptist Church; Arbesto M. Craddock; Arbesto M. Washington; Arbesto Muller; Arbesto Muller Johnson; Arbesto Muller Lloyd; Arcee James; Arlene Link Hickson; Arthur Mae Scott; B-CC; B. Banks; B. Browdy; B. Bush; B. Gainey; B. James; B. Jefferson; B. Jones; B. Knight; B. Lewis; B. McKenzie; B. Mims; B. Pittman; B. Tossie; B. Waller; B. White; B. Williams; B. Wright; banks; Baptist; bass; bell; Bernard Hamblen; Bernice Hatcher; Bernice Hatcher Muller; Bernie Walker; Bethune-Cookman College; Betty Crumity Robinson; Betty Joyce Browdy; Beverly Bowers; Black Family Today; Bless Us O Lord; Bobby Henderson; Bonnie Williams; Boston; Brenda Gainey Wilson; Brenda Walker Greene; Broadway Street; Browdy; bus driver; Butler P. Boston; C. Allen; C. Cobb; C. Finney; C. Freeman; C. Gainey; C. Grayson; C. Harris; C. Hatcher; C. Hill; C. Izzard; C. Jackson; C. King; C. Knight; C. L. West; C. Lamar; C. Mikell; C. Moore; C. Noble; C. White; C. Williams; Carrie Mims; Charles Middleton; Charline Whipper; Charlotte Foster; Charlotte Sermons; church; Clara Shellman Walters; Cloie Bacon; Cloie Rhodes Bacon-Brunson; community center; Cook; Cora Snead; Crane; custodian; D. Allen; D. Banks; D. Banks. V. Cone; D. Boston; D. Bowers; D. Carwise; D. Coffie; D. Denyse Hinton; D. H. Bacon; D. H. Jamison; D. Hinton; D. Korn; D. Link; D. Morris; D. Noble; D. Williams; Daisy Elliott; Daphne Bryant; Darius Grayson; David Bush; David Tossie; Debra Holcomb; desegregation; doctor; Dorothy Wilson; Doshia Knight Mitchell; Dossie; E. Allen; E. Bacon; E. Banks; E. Bish; E. Boston; E. Coffie; E. Dixon; E. Gainey; E. Graham; E. Link; E. M. Bush; E. McKenzie; E. Moore; E. Smith; E. Stallworth; E. Washington; E. Whipper; E. Williams; E. Witherspoon; Earline Tossie Carwise; education; educator; Edward Blacksheare; Edward L. Humphrey; Edward Whipper; Eleanor Mobley; elementary school; Ella Bowers; Elliott Smith; Elmira Jaye Fields; Elmira Jaye Fields Hall; Elnora Allen Gilchrist; Emma Byrd; Ethel Burney; Ethel Mason; Evans Bacon; Evelyn Anderson; Evelyn Schroeder; Evelyn Wiggins; F. Braswell; F. Browdy; F. Browdy, Jr.; F. Clark; F. Forte; F. M. Browdy; F. McKeaver; F. Pauldo; Fannie Reed; First Methodist Church; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Forster; Fountainhead Missionary Baptist Church; Frances; Freddie Muller Mobley; freeman; G. Boston; G. Browdy; G. Brown; G. Bush; G. C. Banks; G. Godwin; G. H. Carlton; G. Mikell; G. Muller; G. Pittman; G. Redding; G. Rolle; G. Sapp; G. Smith. R. Ely; G. Stallworth; G. Washington; G. Williams; G. Wilson; Gabriella Colored School; Geneva; Geneva Colored School; Georgianna McClendon; Georgianna Thompson; Gertrude Davis; Gladys Finney; Gladys Holmes; Gladys Holmes Smith; Gladys Ingram; Gladys Smith; Gloria Godwin; Gracia Muller; Gracia Muller-Miller; graduate; graduation; Greg Tossie; H. Bass; H. Bush; H. Carwise; H. Davis; H. Denard; H. Denard. C. Carwise; H. Detreville; H. Dumas; H. Jones; H. Muller; H. Rhodes; H. Washington; Hamilton Elementary School; Harry Stewart; Hattie McGee; Hayley Miller; Herbert Cherry; Herbert Washington; Holly Malcolm; Horace Jackson; Hortense Givings; Hortense Givings Evans; Howard Bass; I. Barkley; I. Brinson; I. Browers; I. Cobb; I. Muller; Ida Muller; Ida Muller Anderson; Inez Barthwell; Inez Barthwell Rhodes; Ingrid Muller Witherspoon; integration; Isaac Bowers; J. Argo; J. Bass; J. Boston; J. Browdy; J. Brown; J. Bryant; J. Bumont; J. Cobb; J. E. Oxedine; J. Fields; J. H. Browdy; J. Hird; J. Hodges; J. Izzard; J. Jackson; J. Jones; J. King; J. Knight; J. Matthew; J. Moore; J. Robinson; J. Smith; J. Tilden Jacobs; J. W. Muller; J. W. Wright. H. Boston; J. Washington; J. Williams; J. Wynn; Jackie Morgan; Jackson; Jackson Heights Elementary School; Jackson Heights Elementary School Dance Society; Jackson Heights Middle School; James Golden; Jameson Studio; Janice Brockington-Renn; Janie Jackson; janitor; Jannie Jackson; Jeannette Glover Oliver; Jennie Jackson; Jennie McPherson; Jessie Bronson; JHES; Jimmie Lee Blair; John Richard Edward Jones; Johnnie Copper; Johnnie M. McGee; Joseph S. Smith; Juanita McClendon; Judith Smith; Judith Smith Publishing; Julia Merritt; K. Ashe; K. Washington; Karen Jacobs; Karen Ponder; Kathy Denard; Katie R. Burke; Kelley Muller-Smith; Kolokee Colored School; L. Alexander; L. Ashe; L. Bass; L. Blair; L. Bruce; L. Bryant; L. C. Redding; L. Cooper; L. Crane; L. Davis; L. Elliot; L. Fudge; L. G. Smith; L. Hendrix; L. Jones; L. Lewis; L. Sapp; L. Smith; L. Whipper; L. Wilkerson; L. Wilson; L. Wynn; Lamar; LaRhonda Jones; Larry Miller; librarian; Lillie Robinson Hall; Lillie Robinson Hall Williams; Linda Johnson; Linda Smith Johnson; Lois Smith; Lola Nettles; Louis Parnell; Louise Parnell; Louise Parnell Williams; Lucille Jackson; M. Allen; M. Bell; M. Brooks; M. Bryant; M. Carwise; M. Culons; M. F. Muller; M. Frances; M. Francis; M. Graham; M. Grimmage; M. Jackson; M. James; M. Jones; M. Lott; M. Lowman; M. Martin; M. Milton; M. Oxedine; M. Rhodes; M. Smith; M. Stallworth; M. Stewart; M. Whiney; M. Williams; Mae Edwards; Mae F. Edwards Muller; Mae Francis Edwards Muller; Mae Lindsey; Margaret Dixon; Margaret Lee; Margie Garner; Marie Stocer; Marimon; Mark Wilson; Marvin Collins; Marvin Stervin; Mary Clark; Mary Curtis; Mary E. Francis; Mary Elburt; Mary Helen Carwise; Mary Helen Carwise Smith; Marylen Mobley; middle school; Miller; Mims; Mintrel Martin; Mitchell Studio; N. Brown; N. Link; N. Stallworth; Nan Parker; O. Banks; O. Boston; O. C. Banks; O. Davis; O. King; O. Wilson; OHS; Ophelia Jones Moore; Ora D. Lee; orange county; Ossie Banks; Oviedo; Oviedo Colored School; Oviedo Elementary School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Negro Schools; P. Bellamy; P. Denard; P. Green; P. Greene; P. Hatcher; P. Hollermann; P. Jefferson; P. Moore; P. Morgan; P. Redding; P. Williams; Pam Mazzotta; Pardon Farm; Parent-Teacher Association; Park's Grocery; Paul Laws; Pearl Sermons; Praise Dancers; principal; PTA; Q. Muller; Quinncia Muller; R. Ashe; R. Banks; R. Barkley, Jr.; R. Boston; R. Bush; R. Figures; R. Fudge; R. Gainey; R. Godwin; R. Hartsfield; R. Jones; R. McKeaver; R. Mims; R. Moore; R. Morgan; R. Muller; R. Robinson; R. Rouse; R. Stallworth; R. Stewart; Ray Hall Wright; Raymond Studio; Rebecca Inge; Red School House; Reed; reunion; Rhodes; Robert Boston; Robert Calhoun; Robin Muller; Robinson; Ronald Godwin; Rouse; S. Argo; S. Bass; S. E. Monroe; S. Glover; S. Grimmage; S. Harper; S. Hodges; S. Jackson; S. Jones; S. Knight; S. Link; S. Norris; S. Smith; S. T. Muller; S. W. Baker; S. Williams; Sam Jones; Samuel Stallworth; Sandra Kahn; Sanford; school; SCPS; segregation; Seminole County; Seminole County Public Schools; Silver Springs; slave; slavery; Snowhill; South Division Street; St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church; St. James AME Church; student; Susie Blacksheare; Susie Bronson; Susie Harrington; T. Bush; T. Denise Perkins; T. Hill; T. J. Williams; T. Jackson; T. Jefferson; T. Levine; T. M. Vinson; T. Quinn; T. W. Lawton; T. Williams; Tara Denise Stewart Perkins; teacher; The New Gospelettes; The World Outside Reunion; Thelma Zachery; Thomas Reid; U. Campbell; U. McFadden; U. P. Bronson; U. S. Bacon; UN; United Nations; V. Braswell; V. Campbell; V. Cone; V. Francis; V. Gainey; V. Harris; V. Jenkins; V. Robinson; Vivian Hurston Bowden; W. Banks; W. Barkley; W. Bass; W. Boston; W. Braswell; W. Brown; W. Conley; W. Goddett; W. H. Bacon; W. H. Long; W. Harper; W. Hartsfield; W. Hollerman; W. Jackson; W. Jones; W. M. Lewis; W. Mays; W. McGray; W. Moore; W. Robinson; W. Smith; W. Vinson; W. White; Wagner Colored School; Wanda Wilkerson; Whitney Tossie; Wilbert H. Smith; William Hamilton; Willie L. Craddock; Willie Merkerson; Wylene Jones; Z. Davis; Z. Jefferson; Z. T. Davis; Zonnye M. Tucker; Zonnye T. Davis; Zonnye T. Dixon
Tags: 5th Street; abstract art; Albin Polasek; Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens; antique; architect; architecture; art; art school; art show; artist; Artistic Consultant; Bassford School; Blue Heron Gallery; Bok Fellow; Bok Mountain Lake Sanctuary and Singing Tower; Bok Tower Gardens; Brigham Young; Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Catholicism; Center Street Gallery; chapel; Charles Hawthorne; Charles Prendergast; church; college; Commercial Street; commission; Cove Gallery; education; educator; Emily Muska Kubat; Emily Muska Kubat Polasek; Erin Parke; exhibition; Farnsworth, Jerry; festival; Fifth Street; gallery; Genius, Jeanette; Glass House; Golden Cricket Shop; Great Depression; Hal McIntosh; Hopper, Edward; Hopper, Jo; Hopper, Josephine “Jo” Verstille Nivision; Japan; Japanese; Johnson House; Jules André Smith; Kent Wacker; Lake Wales; Lily Lake; Mahonri Macintosh Young; Maitland Art Center; Maitland Research Studio; Man Carving His Own Destiny; Mary Louise Curtis; Mary Louise Curtis Bok; Mary Louise Curtis Bok Zimbalist; Maurice Brazil Prendergast; Maury Hurt; McCain, Hugh; McKean, Jeanette Genius; Miller Gallery; museum; Naples; Nivision, Jo; Nivision, Josephine “Jo” Verstille; painter; painting; Park Avenue; Philip Cortelyou Johnson; portrait; portraiture school; Provincetown, Massachusetts; religion; restoration; Rever Haines; Rollins College; Roman Catholic; Sanford; Sarasota; Sawyer, Helen; school; sculpting; sculptor; sculpture; Solarte; Stations of the Cross; student; teacher; The Way; Two Horses; university; Via Crucis; Via Dolorosa; Virginia; Way of Sorrows; Way of the Cross; Winter Park Arts Festival
Tags: Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Institute; author; Brown, Charlotte Hawkins; Daytona Beach; Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard; education; educator; Henderson, North Carolina; industrial education; lecturer; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; MMBF; NACW; National Association of Colored Women; National Council of Negro Women; NBL; NCNW; Negro Business League; school; SCIC; Sedalia, North Carolina; Southern Commission for Interracial Cooperation; teacher; The Correct Thing To Do—To Say—To Wear; vocational education; writer; Young Women's Christian Association; YWCA
Tags: 13th Street; African American; Class of 1929; Crooms Academy; Crooms Academy of Information Technology; Crooms High School; Crooms, Joseph Nathaniel; education; educator; Goldsboro; graduate; graduation; high school; principal; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; school; student; teacher; Thirteenth Street
Tags: assistant principal; Cass; Cynthia Cassanova Brown; Dance Express; Dede Schaffner; Earth, Wind & Fire; educator; Gerald Cassanova Performing Arts Center; Gerald Cassanova's Band; high school; I Wish; Janice Cassanova; Janice Witherspoon; Janice Witherspoon-Cassanova; Kool & the Gang; musician; OHS; Oviedo; Oviedo High School; Robert W. Lundquist; school; September; Steve Birthisel; Stevie Wonder; Stevland Hardaway Judkins; Stevland Hardaway Morris; teacher
Tags: Baltimore, Maryland; bishop; Bishop of the Atlantic Coast Area; Bishop of the Central Conference; Boston, Massachusetts; chaplain; clergy; Daytona Beach; District Superintendent; Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard; educator; Love, Edgar Amos; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; Maryland Inter-Racial Commission; MEC; Methodism; Methodist; Methodist Department of Negro Work; Methodist Episcopal Church; minister; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; teacher; Washington Conference; Washington, D.C.
Tags: Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls; education; educator; Frances Reynolds Keyser; industrial education; industrial school; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; National Association of Colored Women's Clubs Empire State Federation; school; teacher; Young Women's Christian Association; YWCA
Tags: Alexandria; Andrew Aulin; Andrew Aulin, Jr.; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Annie Tes Rae; Donna Neely; educator; immigrant; Justice of the Peace; Kathleen Foronda; Kathryn Aulin; Kathryn Aulin Bunch; Lake Jesup; Lona Lawton; Lona Lawton Aulin; Mary Aulin; Mattie Aulin; Nelson and Company; Novella Driggers; Novella Driggers Aulin; Oviedo; Oviedo, Spain; Oviedo: Biography of a Town; postal service; postmaster; Richard Adicks; Salaries Wharf; Seminole County; Southern Womans Study Club; Steen Nelson; superintendent; Swede; Sweden; Swedish; T. W. Lawton; teacher; The Oviedo Outlook; Theodore Aulin; Theodore Aulin, Jr.; Theodore Aulin, Sr.; Upsala College; W. E. Alexander
Tags: 6th Street; African American; childbirth; education; educator; Francis, Marie Jones; Georgetown; Goose Hollow; health food store; Hickory Avenue; Humphrey, Daphne F.; Jones, Carrie; Locust Avenue; maternity home; midwife; race relations; reading; retail; RICHES of Central Florida; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Sarasota; shop; Sixth Street; store; student; teacher
Tags: 1972 Summer Olympics; 9/11 Attacks; Adolf Hitler; all-volunteer military; An Uncaged Eagle: True Freedom; anti-war protest; anti-war protests; Arab-Israeli War of 1973; Bad Tölz, Germany; basic training; Bastogne, Belgium; Battle of the Bulge; Bavaria, Germany; Berlin Wall; Bill Blank; Black September Organization; BSO; buddy system; carpet bombing; carpet bombs; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Christmas; civilian; civilians; cognitive dissonance; cold war; college; colleges; conscription; Desert Shield; Desert Storm; diversity; draft lotteries; draft lottery; draft notices; drafting; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Dwight David Eisenhower; Eagle's Nest; educator; educators; Egypt; enlistment; Europe; Francis E. Warren AFB; Francis E. Warren Air Force Base; French Revolution; Gabrielle Hanke; Games of the XX Olympiad; gender segregation; Germans; Germany; GI Bill; Global War on Terror; guidance counseling; GWOT; Hall of Mirrors; Halloween Massacre; homecoming; Ike Eisenhower; international students; Iraq; Iraq War; Iron Curtain; Israel; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Kehlsteinhaus; Kent State Massacre; Kent State Shooting; Kent State University; KSU; Kuwait; Mannheim, Germany; Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna von Habsburg-Lothringen; Marie Antoinette; Marine Corps Base Quantico; Mark Spitz; Martin Bormann; May 4 Massacre; MCB Quantico; mentors; Middle East; military; military assignments; military drafts; military training; Munich Massacre; Munich, Germany; National Guard; National Socialist German Workers' Party; National Veterans Awareness Week; nationalism; Nazi Germany; Nazi Party; Nazis; Nixon, Richard, Milhous; North Central Wisconsin; NSDAP; October War; Ohio National Guard; Olympic Village; Olympics; Operation Desert Shield; Operation Desert Storm; Operation Iraqi Freedom; Operation Wrath of God; Palestine; Persian Gulf War; police actions; protesters; Ramadan; Ramadan War; razorbacks; Red Tails; Republic of Vietnam; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; Richard Toliver; riot squads; riots; Russia; segregation; September 11 Attacks; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; South Vietnam; student protests; Summer Olympics; Syria; tanks; teachers; terrorism; terrorists; Third Reich; Three Day War; Treaty of Friendship, co-operation, and Mutual Assistance; Tuskegee Airmen; U.S. Army; UCF; universities; university; University of Central Florida; veterans; Veterans' Day; Vietnam; Vietnam War; volunteer military; volunteers; war protests; WarPac; Warren AFB; Warren Air Force Base; Warsaw Pact; Watergate; Watergate Scandal; wild boars; William Blank; Wisconsin; woman; women; World Trade Center; World War II; WWII; Yom Kippur; Yom Kippur War
Tags: 1st Street; 25th Street; 7th Street; arithmetic education; art education; Bible; Book of Psalms; cafeteria; can drives; CB; celery; Celery Crate; celery field; Celeryfeds; chemistry; chemistry set; Christmas; citizenship; citizenship education; City of Sanford; class historian; class reunions; communion; current events; Davis, Lavinia R.; Dewey Decimal System; Downtown Sanford; drug therapy; drug treatment; drug treatment company; Easter; Easter Seals; educator; elementary school; federal prisoners; First Street; French Avenue; Girl Scouts of the United States of America; grammar school; gym education; gym teacher; halfway house; Halloween; high school; history education; horse; intramural sports; junior high; justice movement; lab technician; library; marionette; May Day; maypole; Michels, Helen; music education; oral history; P.E.; Page; Palm Bay; Park Avenue; Parks, David; patriotism; pep club; PHC; physical education; Pig 'n Whistle; playtime; Pledge of Allegiance; public library; rationing; reading education; recess; Ritz Theatre; Rotton, Patrick; Ruth, Babe; Ruth, George "Babe" Herman, Jr.; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Sanford; Sanford Grammar School; savings bond; school; schoolteacher; science education; science teacher; Seabee; segregation; Seminole High School; Seventh Street; social justice; softball; softball team; Southside Elementary School; spelling education; sports program; Star Spangled Banner; Stinecipher, Grace Marie; student; Student Museum and Center for the Social Studies; study hall; teacher; The Plow Penny Mystery; tutor; Twenty-Fifth Street; U.S. Navy; UCF; UCF College of Graduate Studies; UCF Department of History; UCF Public History Center; United States Naval Mobile Construction Battalio; victory garden; war bond; war effort; Welch; World War II; WWII
Tags: 7th Street; American Girls; archive; curator; docent; Eastbrook Elementary; educator; exhibit; Fisher, Serena Rankin; garden; Geography Lab: Where in the World Are We?; ghost; Grandma’s Attic; May Day; maypole; media center; museum; museum specialist; National Register of Historic Places; Native American Exhibit: Life in an Ancient Timucuan Village; oral history; Paget, Walt; Parks, Serena Fisher Rankin; PHC; Pioneer Exhibit: Before the Settlement of Sanford; Romanesque revival architecture; Sanford; Sanford Grammar School; Sanford Highs School; Sanford Historic Trust; school; SCPS; See, MacKenzie; Seminole County; Seminole County Public Schools; Seminole High School; Seventh Street; social studies; social studies resource teacher; social studies teacher; special education; Spring Fest; student; Student Museum; Student Museum and Center for the Social Studies; teacher; Turn of the Century Classroom: Lessons from 1902; UCF; UCF Department of History; UCF Public History Center; University of Central Florida; volunteer
Tags: archaeological site; archaeologist; archaeology; Bernard Baruch; Bernard Mannes Baruch; bone; burial; Chuluota; city hall; disability; Donna Neely; educator; Florida Road Department; Florida Tech; Florida Technological University; FTU; handicap parking; mound; Over the Coffee; Oviedo; Oviedo City Hall; parking; pottery; professor; Ralph Neely; Ralph Waldo Emerson; road; Ron Wallace; sociology; teachers; The Oviedo Outlook
Tags: art; artist; Artists’ League of Orange County; education; educator; Flint Institute of Art; Flint, Michigan; Lake-Sumter Community College; Leesburg; Loch Haven Art Center; Maitland; Maitland Art Center; orlando; Orlando Art Association; Orlando Institute of Art; Orlando Junior College; Orlando Museum of Art; painter; painting; Ralph L. Bagley; teacher
Tags: African American; African American school; Anderson, Patrick; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; civil rights; civil rights activist; college; Cookman Institute; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; documentary; Dodson, Roger; educator; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Gamble, James; Grant; HBCU; historic house; historic preservation; historic renovation; historically black colleges and universities; house; Hurston, Zora Neale; Jacksonville; Lindsay, Anne; Long, Nancy; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; middle class; museum; podcast; preservation; Procter & Gamble Company; Reddrick; renovation; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; State of Florida; Symonette, Margaret; teacher; The Life and Legacy of Mary McLeod Bethune; UCF; university; University of Central Florida; Volusia County; White Sewing Machine Company; White, Thomas H.
Tags: Bacheller, Irving; campaign; classical curriculum; classics; college; college president; Conference Plan; curriculum; Dewey, John; documentary; editor; education; educator; election; examination; final examination; French, Scot; Frost, Robert Lee; Greek language; higher education; historian; Holt, Hamilton; ICJ; International Court of Justice; Lane, Jack; Latin language; League of Nartions; literary magazine; magazine editor; My Butterfly; peace activist; peace movement; podcast; poet; poetry; professor; progressive curriculum; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Rollins College; Seymour, Thaddeus; The Independent Magazine; U.S. Senate; Ward; Winter Park; World Court; World War I; WWI; Yale University
Tags: African American; band; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; Brown, Kay; Church Street; court; desegregation; documentary; Edgewater High School; educator; French, Scot; Garland Avenue; high school; high school student; higher education; integration; Jefferson Street; Johnson Academy; Jones High School; Jones High School Band; Jones, L. C.; Kirkpatrick, Bonita; lawsuit; lower class; Morrison, Margistine; orange county; Orange County Public Schools; orlando; Parramore; Parramore Avenue; podcast; poverty; protest; public school; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Riley, Judy Smith; Rio Grande Avenue; school; segregation; South; student; teacher; U.S. Supreme Court; upper class; Washington Street
Tags: African American; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; Brown, Kay; Carver Junior High School; Central Florida Society of African-American Heritage; Church Street; desegregation; documentary; educator; Garland Avenue; high school; high school student; Hungerford, Robert; integration; Jefferson Street; Johnson Academy; Jones High School; Jones High School Tigers; Jones, L. C.; Kirkpatrick, Bonita; lawsuit; Morrison, Margistine; Orange Court Public Schools; orlando; Orlando Black School; Our Story: A Look at the Afro-American History in Central Florida; Parramore; Parramore Avenue; podcast; public school; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Riley, Judy Smith; Rio Grande Avenue; school; segregation; Solonari, Vladimir; student; teacher; The Orlando Morning Sentinel; Thomas, Trevor; tigers; U.S. Supreme Court; vocational; Washington Street; Wright, Judy
Tags: African American; Apopka; Apopka KKK; Apopka Ku Klux Klan; assassination; bomb; Brevard County; Brevard County NAACP; Brevard County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; citrus; citrus industry; civil rights; civil rights activist; Civil Rights Movement; Clark, James C.; Clark, Jim C.; court; court case; Democrat; Democratic Party; documentary; educator; efore His Time: The Untold Story of Harry T. Moore, America's First Civil Rights Martyr; El-Shabazz, El-Hajj Malik; FBI; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Florida State Attorney; Green, Ben; Jacksonville; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; Lake County; Library of Congress; Little, Malcolm; Live Oak; LOC; lynching; martyr; McCall, Willis Virgil; Moore, Angela; Moore, Evangeline; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry Tyson; murder; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; orange; orange county; Orange County Sheriff's Office; orange industry; podcast; principal; racism; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Simms, Harriette Vyda; Suwannee County; teacher; terrorism; terrorist; The Orlando Sentinel; tourism; voter registration; voting; X, Malcolm
Tags: African American; assassination; Barnes, Althemese; Barton, Juanita; Beiler, Rosalind J.; block voting; bomb; Brevard County; Brevard County NAACP; Brevard County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; citrus; citrus industry; civil rights; civil rights activist; Civil Rights Movement; Clark, Jim; Dickson, Oscar; documentary; educator; equal pay; Evers, Medgar Wiley; FBI; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Florida African-American Heritage Preservation Network; Florida State Attorney's Office; Gary, Bill; Green, Ben; Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex; historic preservation; homesite development committee; Jacksonville; John Gilmore Riley Research Center; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; labor; Lake County; law enforcement; lynching; martyr; McCall, Willis Virgil; Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.; Moore Festival; Moore, Angela; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry Tyson; murder; museum; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; open records law; orange; orange county; orange industry; orlando; park; podcast; police; police brutality; Poole, T. H.; preservation; principal; public history; public record; race relations; racism; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Sanford; segregation; Simms, Harriette Vyda; teacher; terrorism; terrorist; The Orlando Sentinel; UCF; University of Central Florida; voter registration; voting; voting rights; wages; white supremacy; Wolfinger, Norm; Wolfinger, Norman "Norm" Robert
Tags: African American; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman College, 1904-1994: The Answered Prayer to a Dream; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Albertus; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Christian; Christianity; church; civil rights; civil rights activist; co-educational; college; Colored Women's Association; Cookman Institute of Jacksonville; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; Daytona Normal and Industrial School for Negro Girls; documentary; education; educator; Florida A&M College; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; fundraising; Gamble, James; Gray, Willam H. III; HBCU; high school; historically black colleges and universities; Hunter, Sheila Flemming; Jim Crow South; junior college; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; Laney, Lucy Craft; literacy; Mayseville, South Carolina; Methodism; Methodist; Methodist church; mission school; National Council of Negro Women; podcast; Presbyterian; Presbyterian church; Presbyterianism; private school; Procter & Gamble Company; public school; religion; religious education; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; separation of church and state; teacher; Tuskegee Institute; Tuskegee University; university; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; Washington, Booker Taliaferro; White Sewing Machine Company; white supremacy; White, Thomas H.
Tags: Africa and African-American Studies Program; African American; African American community; African American neighborhood; Burlington, Vermont; Chambliss, Julian C.; City of Winter Park; co-working model; Colony Theatre; community-based research; Cummings, Denise K.; deindustrialization; Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies; Department of English; Department of History; documentary; dot-com bubble; e-commerce; education; educator; equity; Florida Humanities Council; Florida Humanities Council grant; gentrification; Grant; Great Recession; Hannibal Square; Hannibal Square Community Land Trust; Hannibal Square Land Trust; historical society; Hopkins, Mary Ann; housing; India; Indian; Internet; local history; museum; oral history; podcast; Pottery Barn; professor; radio; radio documentary; real estate; real estate development; real estate industry; recession; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; Rollins College Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies; Rollins College Department of English; Rollins College Department of History; teacher; urban; urbanization; Winter Park; Winter Park Historical Association; Winter Park History Museum; WPHA; WPRK
Tags: 500th anniversary; African American; Age of Exploration; anniversary; archaeolgy; article; award; colonial; colonization; commemoration; de León, Juan Ponce; DeCoster, Jonathan; Deegan, Kathleen; documentary; editor; education; educator; European; exploration; explorer; FHQ; FHQ Podcast; FHS; Florida Historical Quarterly; Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast; Florida Historical Society; France; French; French Florida; Hampton Dunn Internet Award; historian; historical society; historiography; Hoffman, Paul E.; journal; journal article; journal editor; Journal Storage; JSTOR; Landers, Jane; Lester, Connie L.; McGraw, John; Murphree, Daniel S.; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Native American; palm; podcast; primary source; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; scholar; scholarly journal; settlement; settler; slave; slavery; special issue; teacher; UCF; UCF Department of History; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Department of History; West Florida Rebellion of 1810; women
Tags: A History of Central Florida; African American; Ancient Egypt; Ancient Egyptian; archaeology; aritst; art; BBC; beads; bell; boat; Bok Tower Gardens; Bok, Mary L. Curtis; British Broadcasting Corporation; burial; bus; bus driver; canoe; casket; Catholic Church; Catholicism; ceramic; chimney; college sport; college student; collegiate wear; copper; copper beads; cross; Cross, Philip; desegregation; diesel locomotive; documentary; educator; Egypt; Egyptian; England; fashion; fishing; Gainesville; Graham, Emily; Grand Dragon; Grand Imperial Wizard; grave; Great Lakes; Greyhound; hate group; historical society; History of the World in 100 Objects; integration; Kelley, Doug; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; Lake Apopka; Lane, Jack Constant; Latin; Maitland; Maitland Art Center; Maitland Research Studio; Mickey Mouse; Milanich, Jerald T.; museum; Native American; Newton, Michael; Piliklikaha; podcast; prayer; race relations; racism; railroad; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; rowboat; runaway slave; Russia; Russian; Russian Samovar; saint; Saint Benedict of Nursia; samovar; segregation; Seminole; slave; slave catcher; slavery; Smith, J. André; Solonari, Vladimir; souvenir; sport fishing; sports; St. Benedict Medal; St. Johns River; steam locomotive; student; tea; theme park; tourism; tourist; tourist attraction; trade; trade expedition; trade netowkr; trade network; Trailways Transportation System; train; train bell; UCF; University of Central Florida; Walt Disney World; Weisman, Brent; Wentz, Rachel K.; white supremacy; Windover Burial Site; wrecking crew; Wright, Stephen Caldwell
Tags: 10th Street; 11th Avenue; 12th Street; 13th Street; 14th Street; 15th Street; 16th Street; 17th Street; 19th Street; 1st Street; 20th Street; 21st Street; 2nd Avenue; 2nd Street; 3rd Street; 4th Street; 5th Street; 6th Street; 7th Street; 8th Street; 9th Street; Aberdeen; Adena; Aloma Avenue; Apalachicola; Apopka; Arran; Ashby Street; Ashley Street; Auburndale Avenue; Avocado Avenue; Axson; Baimbridge; Baldwin; Bay Avenue; Beach Street; Beardall Avenue; Benson Springs; Bernesville; Blenton; Blount Street; Boston; Brigend; Brisson Avenue; Buffalo; Burbank; Burlington; Bushnell; Calhoun; Cambridge; Cameron; Cameron Avenue; Cameron City; Campbell; Casselberry; Catalina Drive; Celery Avenue; Center Street; Chancellor; Chatham; Chattahoochee; Chipley; Christmas; Chuluota Primary; Chuluota Primary School; Chuluota School; Church Creek; Cincinnati; Citrus Heights; Clark Avenue; Clermont; Cleveland; Cliffdale; Cloudland Park; Colbert; College Hill Street; Concord Avenue; Cottondale; Country Club Road; County Road 427; Cowan Apartments; CR 427; Crooms Academy; Cumming; Cypress Avenue; Cypress Street; Dade City; Danbury; Daytona Beach; DeLand; Delton; Dexter; Dixie Highway; Dothan; Douglas; Douglas Street; Dublin; East Side; East Side Primary School; Eastside Primary School; Edmund; educator; Eighth Street; elementary school; Eleventh Avenue; Elliot Avenue; Elm Avenue; employee; Eufsuls; Eustis; F Street; Fern Park; Fifteenth Street; Fifth Street; First Street; Floral Heights; Forest City School; Forsyth; Fort Meade; Fort Reed; Fourteenth Street; Fourth Street; Franklin Street; Franklinton; French Avenue; Frostproof; Gabriella Colored School; Gainesville; Gamble Street; Geneva Avenue; Geneva Colored School; Geneva Elementary School; Geneva School; Genius Drive; Georgetown; Glendale; Goggansville; Goldsboro Primary School; Grandview Avenue; Haines City; Halb Avenue; Havana; Hawthorne; Hemingwet; Hermits Trail; Hewlett; Hickory Avenue; high school; Highland; Hinson; Holly Avenue; Hopper Academy; Howry Street; Hungerford School; Indian Mound Village; Jackson Street; Jacksonville; Jasper; Jefferson; Jefferson Street; Jessamine Avenue; Jonesboro; Key West; Kingstree; Kissimmee; Kolokee; Ky-Bama Lodge; Lake Avenue; Lake Butler; Lake Mary Road; Lake Mary School; Lake Monroe Colored School; Lake Monroe School; Lake Wales; Lake Worth; Lakeland; Lakemont; Lakeview Drive; Lakewood; Langley; Langley Apartments; Las Olas Boulevard; Laurel Avenue; Leesburg; Lewisberg; LHS; Live Oak; Livingston Street; Lloyd; Loch Arbor Court; Locust Avenue; Longwood School; Louisville; Lyman Elementary School; Lyman High School; Madison; Madison Street; Magnolia Avenue; Main Street; Maitland; Maple Avenue; Marianna; Marietta; Maripose Street; Mars Hill; Maryville; Mascotte; Masonville; McCombe Street; Mellonville Avenue; Menlo; Merritt Street; Miami; Midway; Miller Avenue; Minnesota Avenue; Moncrif Avenue; Montezuma Hotel; Monticello; Montverde; Morgan City; Moultrie; Mount Dora; Mount Olive; Mount Vernon; Myrtle Avenue; New Canton; New Milford; New Port Richey; New Smyrna Beach; Nineteenth Street; Ninth Street; O'Brien; Oak Avenue; Oak Street; Oakland; Ocoee; OHS; Olive Street; Orange Avenue; orlando; Osceola; Osceola School; Osteen; Oviedo; Oviedo Colored School; Oviedo High School; Oviedo School; Oxford Junction; Ozark; Palatka; Palmetto Avenue; Paris; Park Avenue; Parramore Street; Pearson; Pecan Avenue; Pelham; Pendergrass; Peninsula Drive; Penn Avenue; Pensacola; Persimmon Avenue; Pine Avenue; Pinehurst; Poinsetta Avenue; Ponce Park; Portsmouth; public school; Punta Gorda; Quitman; Raleigh; Randall Circle; Reus Street; Richland; Richmond Avenue; Ridgewood Avenue; Rock Hill; Rosalia Drive; Rose Court; Rose Court Apartments; Rosenwald; Rosenwald No. 1; Roslindale; Roundtree Avenue; Route 1; Route 2; Route A; Roxbury Road; Ruthledge; Salem; Salisbury; San Lanta Apartments; Sand Lake Road; Sanford Avenue; Sanford Grammar School; Sanford High School; Sanford Junior High; Sanford Junior High School; Sanford Primary School; Sanford Vocational School; Sans Souci Avenue; school; SCPS; Seaboard Oil Company; Second Avenue; Second Street; Sellors Street; Seminole County; Seminole County Public Schools; Seminole County School Board; Seminole High School; Seminole Rosenwald No. 1; Seventeenth Street; Seventh Street; Shady Lane; Shady Lane Drive; Sharon; Shepherd Avenue; SHS; Silver Lake; Sipes Avenue; Sixteenth Street; Sixth Street; SJHS; snow Hill Road; Sorrento; South Side Primary School; Southside Primary; Southside Primary School; Spurling Street; St. Augustine; St. Petersburg; Steubenville; Summerlin Avenue; Sumter; Sunset Drive; Swan Street; Swanton; Tallahassee; Tampa; Tangerine; teacher; Teckla; Tekona Park; Tenth Street; Third Street; Thirteenth Street; Tifton; Triplet Street; Tuscaloosa; Twelfth Street; Twentieth Street; Twenty-First Street; Umatilla; Union Avenue; Valdosta; Valencia Drive; Vernville; Vidette; Vienna; Virginia Drive; Vistabula; Vradenburgh; Wagner Colored School; Waits Street; Waleska; Washington; Washington Avenue; Wauseon; Welbourne Street; Wellborn; West Point; West Side Primary School; Westside Primary School; Whigham; Wichita; Wildmere Avenue; Wildwood; Willow Avenue; Wilson; Wilson School; Winfree Avenue; Winston-Salem; Winter Garden; Winter Haven; Winter Park; Woodsbridge; Wrightsville; Youngstown
Tags: 4-H Club; Aaron Slick; Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick; Aaron Slick From Punkin Crock; Aldred Cone; Alease Lane; Annis C. Thompson; Arthur Metcalf; Audrey Cox; Barbara Lee; Barbara Wheaton; basketball; Bennie Ward; Betty Mikler; Beulah Borgard; Beverly Carter; Bill Meek; Billie Chance; Blanche Duda; Blanche Hart; Bobby Hamil; Bobby Malcolm; Bobby Parker; Brown; Buba Lukas; Buck Gammage; Buddy Mills; Butvh Hastings; C. R. Clonts; cafeteria; Carmel Johnson; Cecil Jackson; Charles Aulin; Charlie Weitmon; Charlotte Beasley; Children of Buttercup Common; Clarence Green; club; Connie Cops the Boss; Cora Bumper; Craig; Crystal Cluett; Daniel Lukas; Dick Grass; Don Knight; Donald Lee; Dorothy Link; Dorothy Rose Link; Douglas Smith; Dusan Lukas; Earl Beasley; education; educator; Edwin Hamil; Elizabeth Farnell; Elizabeth Simmons; Ellen Archer; Eloise Wolfram; Ena Piloian; Evelyn Tindall; Foul Play at Brown's Gone With the Wind; Frances Stine; Frank Bumper; Gail Archer; Gene Gore; Geneva Bailey; Geneva Grantham; George Carter; George Duda; George Jakubcin; Gill Pobb Wilson; Gilman; Gladys May Merridew; Glenn Miller; Grace Jasper; Gritsie; gymnasium; Harold Jordan; Helen E. Leinhart; Henry Gilman; high school; holiday; Home Economics Club; Inez Smith; J. L, Malcolm; J. T. Kieksen; Jack King; Jackie Kasell; James Henry; James Henry cooper; James J. Montague; James Jackson Montague; James Peter Lawton; Jane Jasper; Janes Staley; Jason Gouch; Jean Chance; Joanne Meek; Johnnie Piloian; Josephine Godwin; Joyce Blount; June Marine Durbin; June Mariner; Kathryn Aulin; Kathryn Aulin Bunch; Kenneth Malcolm; L. E. Jordan; La June Estes; Leon Olliff; Lex Abell; Lillian Jakubcin; Lizzie Simmons; Lois Ruddell; Louis Sistrunk; Lucilla "King; Lucy Carter; Lucy King; Lucy Piloian; lunchroom; Luther Mills; Margaret Harper; Marguerite Partin; Marian Stanko; Marie Smith; Marion Marsh; Marjorie Wilkerson; Marlowe Link; Martha Carraway; Martha Moon; Mary Barr; Mary Frances Jordan; Mary Totten; Mattie Pearl Jordan; May Day; maypole; Milan Jakubcin; Miranda Jasper; Mitsie; Nobody Home; Nola Miller; Norma Lee Miller; O'Leary; OHS; Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Ollie Dinkleybury; Oviedo; Oviedo Future Farmers; Oviedo Girls' Glee club; Oviedo High School; Paul Jones; Paul Mikler; Paula Dunlap; Peggy Carter; Pennie Mitchem; Peter Lawton; Piano Study; play; Potter Van Zandt; principal; R. F. Cooper; Ray Beasley; Reminiscences of My Early Oiety; Richard Grass; Richard Kasell; Riggs; Rita Haworth; Robert Hamil; Robert Lee; Rosy Berry; Salmagundi; Sarkis Piloian; school; Schuyler Pell; Sherdell Owen; Shirley Morgan; sport; Stene Braddock; student; Sunbonnet Jane; Sunbonnet Jane of Sycamore Lane; superintendent; T. W. Lawton; teacher; Teddy Kimble; The Midnight Ghost; The Oviedian; theater; Toby Simmins; Tommy Staley; Too Busy to Study; Valita Tripp; Virginia Balkcolm; Vivian Wheaton; Walter Teague; Wanda Day; Whittle; Wilbur Gammage; Wilbur Merridew; Wilbur Van Zandt; Wiley Abell; Wilson; Windshield Wiper Swing; World War II; WWII; yearbook
Tags: A. D. Sauer, Jr.; Agnes Herring Estes; Alberta Long; Aldred Cone; Alease Glassmire; Alice Adams; Alice Brannon; Alice Kathryn Aulin; Alicia Hepburn; Allen Cone; Anabel Denepe; Andrew Mertan; Anette Tripp; Anna Cedar; Annie Alice Kennedy; Annis Thompson; Arthur Hunter; Arthur Metcalf; Arthur Richards; Audrey Urich; Barbara Lee; Barbara Wheaton; basketball; Ben Jones; Ben Wainwright; Bennett Kimble; Bennie Ward; Bernice Wilson; Bessie Mae Carver; Betty Beatty; Betty Bradley; Betty Mikler; Beulah Borgard; Billy Casteel; Billy Gammage; Billy Rainer; Billy West; Blanche Duda; Bobby Hamil; Bobby Malcolm; Bobby Parker; Bobby Ragsdale; Bonita Woods; Buck Gammage; C. R. Clontz; Carlin McKinnon; Catherine Young; Cecil Jackson; Charles Aulin; Charles Lee, Jt.; Charles Olliff; Charline Weitman; Charlotte Beasley; Charlotte Lawton; Charlotte Sjoblon; Christine Jackson; Clarence Kelsey; Curtis Mitchem; Daniel Lukas; Darlene Allen; Deryl Brown; Donald Knight; donald Posengate; Doris Smith; Dorothy Lee; Dorothy R. Link; Dorthy Niblack; Dusan Lukas; Earl Beasley; Edith Clement; education; educator; Edward Dual; Edward Jordan, Jr.; Edward Parker; Edward Partin; Edwin Hamil; Eleane Wainright; Elizabeth Farnell; Elizabeth Gore; Elizabeth Hunter; Elizabeth Lawton; Elizabeth Mickler; Elizabeth Simmons; Elizabeth Young; Elmer Dann; Emile Cox; Emily Mitchem; Ena Piloian; Ernestine North; Esta Gammage; Ethel Davis; Eugene Allen; Eugenia Sumner; Eunice Clarke; Evelyn Bond; F. L. Smith; faculty; Ferrell Beasley; Florence Wheeler; Floyd Cooper; Floyd Wagner; Frances Beatty; Frank Wheeler, Jr.; Fred Kasell; Fred Townsend; Gene Gore; George Duda; George Jakubcin; George Kelsey; Geraldine Story; Gladys Kelsey; Grace Ann Maloy; Harold Jordan; Harold Varo; Harper; Harrie Ross; Harvey Kelsey; Helen Leinhart; Helen Slack; Herbert Davis; high school; Hope Allen; Ila Barton; Inex Smith; J. A. Bistline; J. B. Jones, Jr.; J. L. Malcolm; J. T. Hickson; Jack King; Jack Malcolm; Jack Varn; Jackie Kasell; Jacqueline Mills; James Davis; James Henry cooper; James Lawton; James Partin; Jammie Maloy; Jean Chance; Jerry Wilkerson; Jimmie Lee; Joanne Mesk; Joe Beasley; Johanna Dalbo; John Henry Wilson; John Jakubcin; John Lawton; Johnnie Piloian; Johnny Lundy; Josephine Godwin; Joyce Wainright; Juanita Johnson; Julia Jakubcin; June Cromwell; June Mariner Durbin; Katharine Houghton Hepburn; Kathryn Aulin; Kathryn Aulin Bunch; Kathryn Hepburn; Kathryn Lawton; Kellus Booker; Khadra Culpepper; L. E. Jordan; L. V. Moore, Jr.; Lacy Arie; Laddie Mariner; Leile Mae Wester; Leon Olliff; Leroy Woods; Levon Tanner; Lex Abell; Lillian Jakubcin; Lois Ruddell; Lona Aulin; Louise Parker; Lowell Thomas; Lowell Tripp; Lucila King; Lucille Gore; Lucille Partin; Lucy Piloian; Madeline Borgard; Maggie Harris; Malcolm Jones; Maple Swope; Margaret Harper; Margaret McCulley; Margie McClellan; Marguerite Partin; Marian Buoillon; Marion Borgard; Marion Stanko; Marjorie Wilkerson; Marlowe Link; Martha A. Moon; Martha Carraway; Martha Talbott; Mary Barr; Mary Frances Jordan; Mattie Pearl Jordan; Maurice Jacobs; Maxine Young; Meredith Horton; Merritt Staley; Mickey Chalker; Milan Jakubcin; Mildred Dinda; Mildred Lane; Mildred Wheaton; Milton Gore; Minnie King; Mona Dalbo; Morgan Tripp; Mr. Housewife; Naomi McCulley; Naomi McNeal; Nary Potter; Nell Williams; Nellie Bedenbaugh; Nellie Tindall; North; OHS; Olga Duda; Olga Jakubcin; Olive Lezette; Oliver Cromwell; Oliver Jacobs; Oviedo; Oviedo High School; Palmer Argo; Paul Lukas; Paul Mickler; Pauline Prevatt; Pennie Mitchem; Pete Aulin; Pete Hunt; Polly Mill; principal; R. F. Cooper; Ralph King; Rankin Shrewsbury; Ray Beasley; Reese Moon; Rex Clonts; Robert Lee; Robert Murphy; Roland Barnes; Roy Clontz; Russell Junt; Ruth Austin; Ruth Berns; Ruth Young; Sally Tippen; Sanlando; Sarkie Poloian; school; Selma Inex Smith; Seminole County School Board; Sharon Murphy; Sherdell Owen; Shirley Morgan; Sidney Carraway; Smith; Sonata Americana; Sparks Lee Lingo; Spencer Wainright; sport; Stella Booker; stenographer; student; T. L. Lingo; T. W. Lawton; teacher; Teddy Kimble; The Oviedian; Thomas Darling; Thompson; Tommy Staley; Turner Mae Owens; Valita Tripp; Viana Pope; Vickie Hepburn; Virginia Helgeson; Virginia Tortley; Virginia Wilkerson; Virginia Wright; Vivian Wheaton; W. A. Ward, Jr.; W. M. Haynes; Walter Carter; Walter Teague; Wanda Lee Anderson; Wayne Miller; Wiley Abell; Willa May Soles; Willingham Lawton; Woodrow Shuman; World War II; WWII; yearbook
Tags: 4th of July; A. Duda; A. Duda and Sons, Inc.; A. J. McCulley; A. M. Jones; A&W; ACL; African American; Al Ruthberg; Al Ruthberg's Dry Goods; Alafaya Square; Alafaya Woods; Alafaya Woods Boulevard; Albertsons; Allen Street; American Bandstand; American Legion; American Legion Post 243; American Radioactive Chemical Company; Anderson; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Andrew Duda; Ann Leinhart; Anna Thompson; anniversary; Anything for Floors; Artesia Street; Arthur Evans; Arthur Scott; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Augusta Covington; Aulin Avenue; Avenue B.; B. F. Wheeler; B. G Smith; Babe Ruth League; Bank of Oviedo; Baptists; Baptizing Lake; Barbara Walker-Seaman; baseball; basketball; Bean Soup Ladies; Belle Glade; Ben Ward; Ben Wheeler; Benjamin Frank Wheeler; Benny Ward; Betty Aulin; Betty Malcolm; Betty Malcolm Jackson; Betty Palmer; Betty Reagan; Bill Clinton; Bill Martin; Bill Nelson; Bill Ward; Billie Chance; Black Hammock Fish Camp; Black Tuesday; Bob Butterworth; Bobby Malcolm; Boston Hill; Boston Park; Boy Scouts of American; Broadway Lily's Louis Edward Jordan, Sr.; Broadway Street; Brownie; Buddy Tyson; C. L. Clonts; C. R. Clonts and Associated Growers; C. S. Lee; cattle; Cattlewomen; Cay Westerfield; celery; centennial; Central Avenue; Century 21 Real Estate; Chance; Chapman Road; Charles Aulin; Charles Evans; Charles Lee, Jr.; Charles Simeon Lee; Charlie Beasley; Charlie Malcolm; Charlie McCully; Chase and Company; Chicago boys; Chiropractic Healthcare Center; Christmas; Chuluota; churches; Ci Gi's Pizza and Subs; Citizens Bank of Oviedo; city clerk; city council; city government; Clare Wheeler; Clare Wheeler Evans; Clarence William Nelson II; Clark; Clark Street; Claude Roy Kirk, Jr.; Claudia Mitchem; Cleo Malcolm; Cleo Malcolm Gore; Cleo Malcolm Leinhart; Clonts Farms, Inc.; Clyde Holder; Clyde Reese Moon; coach; Colonial Drive; Cooper; county commissioner; county government; Cow Bells; Crooms High School; Cross Seminole Trail; Crutchfield; D. D. Daniel; D. D. Daniel Store; David Evans; Dawson; Daytona; De Leon Street; Delco; Democrat; Democratic parks; desegregation; Dick Addicks; Dick Clark; Doc Malcolm; Don Ulery; Donna Neely; Donnie Malcolm; Dorothy Malcolm; Dorsey Brothers; Double R Private School; Doug Allen; Doug Allen Debris Cleaning; Douglas Allen; Downtown Oviedo; Duda; Dwardy; E. H. Kilbee; Econ Eating Club; Econ River; Econlockhatchee River; Ed Duda; Ed Yarborough; Edgar Marvin; Edith Mead; education; educator; Edward Duda; Edward Stoner; Elida Margaret McCulley; Elm Street; Elnoa Allen; Elsie Beasley; Emma Catherine Wahgren; Enoch Partin; Equestrian Green; Evelyn Cheek; Evelyn Cheek Lundy; Faircloth's Grocery; farmer; farming; Fernell's Grocery; FFA; FFWC; First Baptist Church of Oviedo; First United Methodist Church of Oviedo; Flagler's Hotel; Florida Avenue; Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs; Florida High School Athletic Association; Florida Power and Light Company; Florida State Road 426; Florida State Road 434; Florida State Road 50; Florida Tech; Florida Technological University; football; Forrest Harrill Burgess; Foster Chapel; Fountainhead Baptist churches; Fourth of July; Frank Wheeler; Freeze of 1894; Freeze of 1917-1918; Freeze of 1989; freezes; Fritz Mondale; fruit flies; fruit fly; FTU; Future Farmers of America; Gardenia; Gebhardy; Geneva; Geneva Drive; Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society; Geneva Methodist churches; George Aire; George Kelsey; George Lee; George Lee Wheeler; George Means; Georgetown; Georgia Lee; Georgia Lee Wheeler; Gertrude Lucas; Gladys Malcolm; Glenridge Middle School; government; Grace Olliff; Graham Street; Great Crash, Stock Market Crash of 1929; Great Day in the Country; Great Depression; Greater Oviedo Chamber of Commerce; groves; Guy Lombardo; Gwynn's Cafe; Halloween; Harold Henn; Harold Jordan; Hazel Malcolm; Henry Foster; Henry Wolcott; high schools; Hillcrest Drive; Hollie Ruscher; Horse Pond; Howell Branch Road; Hubert Max Lanier; Hurley Ann Wainright; Hurley Mae Moon; Hurricane Donna; Hyland; Ida Boston; Ima Jean Bostick Ocala; Ima Jean Bostick Yarborough; immigrants; Independence Day; infestation; integration; Irving Malcolm; Jack Malcolm; Jackie Kasell; Jackson Heights; Jakubcin; James Earl Carter, Jr.; James Gilbery; James Lambert Malcolm; Jane Cochran; Jane Gaydick; Jane Moran; Jane Moran Wheeler; Jean Jordan; Jean Wheeler; Jim Lee; Jim Partin; Jim Pearson; Jim Wilson; Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Lee; Jimmy Malcolm; Joe Leinhart; Joe Malcolm; Joe Rutland; John Currier; John Evans; John Ganaway Malcolm; John Irving Malcolm; John Lundy; John Ridenour; Johnny Smith; Johnson Hill; Joseph Leinhart; Joseph Watts; July 4th; July Fourth; Junie Duda; Justice of the Peace; Karate Academy; Karen Jansen; Karen Jansen Jacobs; Katherine Lawton; Katherine Mikler; Katherine Mikler Duda; Katheryn Lawton; Katie Lawton; Kay Dodd; Kay Estes; Keith Malcolm; Kenneth Malcolm; King; King Street; Kingsbridge; Kit Lawton; Kitty Young; L. J. Gore; Lacy Aire; Lacy Aire Lingo; Lake Barton; Lake Charm; Lake Charm Park; Lake George; Lake Harney; Lake Jessup Settlement; Lake Jesup; Lake Mary; Lake Pickett; Lake Rosa; Lakemont Elementary School; Larry Neely; Larry Olliff; law; Lawton Elementary School; Lawton House; Lawton's Grocery; Lawtonville; Lee and Todd Real Estate Company; Lee Wheeler; Leinhart; Leon Olliff; Leonard Jansen; Letty Leinhart; Linda Olliff Cliburn; Linda Sheppard; little league; local government; Lockwood Boulevard; Lois Ridell; Louise Gore; Louise Wheeler; Louise Wheeler Martin; Lucy Fore; Lucy Fore Bostick; Magnolia Street; Malcolm; Mammy Jones; Marguerite Partin; Marilyn Partin; Mark Bellhorn; Marlow Link; Martha Ann Bruce; Martha Ann Moon; Martha Ann Moon Lee; Martin Anderson; Martin Gore; Mary Velora Moon; Matheson; Max Lanier; May Day; mayor; Mayor of Oviedo; McDonald's; McKinnon Meat Market; Mead Manor; Mediterranean fruit fly; Memorial Building; Memorial Building Committee; Merritt Staley; Methodist Youth Fellowship; Methodists; Michael Bruce; Mike Tsinsky; Mikler Road; Mimi Wheeler; Mimi Wheeler Bruce; Mims; Minnie Means; Miriam Wheeler; Miriam Wheeler Bruce; Mitchell Hammock; Mitchell Hammock Road; Model T Ford; Mule trains; Museum of Seminole County History; MYF; Myrtle Avenue; natural disasters; Navy; Nelson; Nelson and Company; Niblack Building; Nin a Ralston; North Lake Jessup; Novella Aulin; Novella Aulin Ragsdale; Ocala; OHS; Ol' Swimming Hole; Old Downtown Development Group; Old Mims Road; Old Time History of By-Gone Days of Lake Jessup Settlement; Orange Avenue; oranges; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo Athletic Association; Oviedo Child Care Center; Oviedo City Cleaners, Inc.; Oviedo City Clerk; Oviedo City Council; Oviedo City Hall; Oviedo Garden Club; Oviedo High School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Inn; Oviedo Lights; Oviedo Magazine Club; Oviedo Marketplace; Oviedo Post Office; Oviedo Shopping Center; Oviedo Town Council; Oviedo Woman's Club; OWC; Palatka River; Park Avenue Elementary School; Partin; Patrick Westerfield; Paul Arie; Paul Mikler; Penny Mitchem; Penny Mitchem Olliff; Phil Goree; picnic; Pine Street; pioneers; post offices; postmaster; poultry; R. W. Estes; race relations; Railroad Street; railroads; Rainbow Bowl; rations; Ray Alford; Ray Clonts; Reconstruction; Red Barn; Red Bug Lake Road; religion; Rex Clonts; Rick Burns; Riverside Park; Robert A. 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L. Lingo, Jr.; T. L. Mead; T. W. Lawton; T. W. Lawton Elementary School; Teacher's House; teachers; Ted Estes; Thad Lee Lingo III; Thad Lee Lingo, Jr.; The Gap; The Oviedo Outlook; The Scrubs; The Sign Man; The Square; Thee Lee; Thelma Lee; Thelma Lee Clonts; Theodore Luqueer Mead; Thomas Moon; Thomas Willington Lawton; Thompson; Tom Estes; Tom Moon; Tom Morgan; Tommy Estes; town government; Town House Restaurant; Troy Jones; turkey; Tuscawilla; Twin Rivers; U.S. Army; UCF; University of Central Florida; Vera Malcolm; veteran; Vietnam War; Vine Street; Viola Smith; Virginia Balkcom; Virginia Balkcom Mikler; Virginia Staley; W. G. Kilbee; W. J. 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