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Tags: Apollo 15; BC News; BCC; benzoylmethylecgonine; Bill Chappell; Brevard Community College; budgets; Cape Kennedy; China; Chris Frey; cocaine; Coke; colleges; Congress; deficits; DOL; Don Fuqua; drug task force; drug trafficking; drug wars; drugs; educational Florida Institute of Technology; election reform; FECA; Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971; FIT; Florida Technological University; FTU; heroin; James Day Hodgson; John Chafee; John Lester Hubbard Chafee; Jules Bergman; Julie Frey; Lake Apopka; lake restoration; Lauren Frey; Lou Frey; Lou Frey, Jr.; Louis Frey, Jr.; Lynne Frey; Manned Spaceflight; Marcia Frey; Marcia Turner; Mexico; MIA; Miami; missing in action; narcotics; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Newsweek; OASDI; Oklawaha River Basin Improvement Council; Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance; Oscar Flores Sánchez; outer space; poppies; Poppy; POW; price controls; Prisoner of War; Regional Environmental Training and Research Organization; RETRO; Richard Milhous Nixon; Richard Nixon; Russia; Social Security; Social Security Trust Fund; Space Shuttles; Temporary Wage and Price Controls; U.S. Congress; U.S. Department of Labor; U.S. House of Representatives; U.S. Representatives; U.S. Senate; unemployment; universities; university; Vietnam War; wage busting; wage controls; War on Drugs; William V. Chappell, Jr.
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: Borge Paul Edward Nissen; Byron Wesley Wheeler, Jr.; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Charles William Schwartz IV; colleges; Donald Malpas Cole, Jr.; Erwin Haskell Schell; fraternities; fraternity; Frederick Johnstone Adams; Greek life; Harland Housam Davis; Holden White Withington; Jack Cameron Heist; James Howard Laubach; James Lewis McClellan, Jr.; John Day Alexander; John Gilbert Griffin, Jr.; John Hart Purinton; Karl Dickson Fernstrom; Karl Pfister III; Marshall Arnold Wight, Jr.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MIT; Morris Emmons Nicholson, Jr.; Nathan Richard George; Ray Orion Wyland, Jr.; Robert Frederic Olwell; Robert Howell Crosby; Robert John Saunders; Roland Douglas Glenn; Seibert Quimby Duntley; Stuart Paige; students; Technique; Theron Smith Curtis, Jr.; Theta Delta Chi; universities; university; Wallace Kelly Woods; Warne Perrault Johnson; William Elden Hense, Jr.; William Ralph Schwindler; William Ralph Willard; William Souther Brewster; William Stien L. Christensen
Tags: Andrew Lawrie Fabens, Jr.; athletes; Cambridge, Massachusetts; clubs; colleges; David Turner Morgenthaler; David Wheeler Howard; Fredrick Adolphe Faure Cook; George Alvin Senior; Gordon Smith; Harold Chestnut; Jack Cameron Heist; James Howard Laubach, Jr.; John Holms McLeod, Jr.; John Joseph Jatosh; John Patrick McEvoy; Kirke White Marsh, Jr.; Manning Cutter Morrill; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Maximilian Untersee; MIT; Peter Michael Bernays; Ralph Theodore Jope; Richard Drake Martin; Robert John Saunders; Sears Williams; sports; Stuart Paige; students; swimmers; swimming; Tech Swim Club; Technique; universities; university; William Champion; William Robert White; William Russell Schuler; William Souther Brewster; Winthrop Mandell Steele
Tags: Arnold Stifel Mengel; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Carl Muth Mueller; clubs; colleges; Donald Douglass Scarff; Jack Cameron Heist; James Starbuck Thornton; John Van Riper; Jonathan Clark Ingersoll; Joseph Gleason Gavin; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MIT; Nathaniel McLean Sage, Jr.; Preston Richardson Gladding; Quadrangle Club; Richard Albert Van Tuyl; Robert Duncan Coombs; Robert James Meier; Robert John Demartini; sophomores; Sterling Hollinshead Ivison, Jr.; students; Technique; Theodore Hervery Guething; universities; university; Walter Edwin Morton; Walter Paramore Keith, Jr.; Willard Sherwood Mott; William Lane Babcock
Tags: Abraham W. Hajjar; Adrian J. Grossman; Albert A. Hess; Albert C. Hall; Albert J. Harno, Jr.; Albert J. Harper, Jr.; Alex F. Hancock; Alfred H. Heckel, Jr.; Alfred L. Hart; Alvin H. Hartman; Andrew Hepburn; Arthur A. Hauser, Jr.; Barton L. Hakan; Benjamin D. Halpern; Bertram R. Harper; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Charles A. Hathaway; Charles L. Hall, Jr.; Charles W. Hargens III; Chester N. Hasert; Christian E. Grosser; Clarence H. Gunderson; Clifford H. Hahn; Clyde F. Hayward; colleges; Conrad W. Hansen, Jr.; Cullie B. Harris; Cyril M. Harris, Jr.; David P. Herron; Dean B. Harrington; Donald H. Hanak; Douglas B. Henderson; Edgar E. Hayes; Eduardo F. Herrerias; Edward A. Hamacher; Edward H. Guilbert, Jr.; Edward V. Hardaway, Jr.; Elias Gunnell; Elmer W. Hanak, Jr.; Eugene C. Gwaltney; Francis B. Herlihy; Franklin Hawkins; Frederic W. Hammesfahr; Frederick C. Herzog, Jr.; Frederick M. Griffith, Jr.; Frederick R. Gruner; Frederick T. Haddock, Jr.; Fredyum Hendrickson, Jr.; George H. Hart; George R. Griffin; George S. Harrington; George W. Hazen; Glen A. Gurnsey; Gustave W. Heinz, Jr.; Hames M. Hart, Jr.; Hamilton Herman; Hans J. Haac; Harris F. Hanscom; Harry A. Helm; Harry J. Heimer; Harry J. Heineman, Jr.; Henry Harrison; Henry L. Hamilton, Jr.; Herbert F. Harvey; Herbert Harris, Jr.; Herman J. Harjes; Hilliard Grossberg; Jack Cameron Heist; James F. Healey; James H. Henderson, Jr.; James L. Hall; James N. Hendel; James T. Harker; Jean C. Hartshorne; John C. Haas; John C. Harper; John D. Helbig; John E. Guillotte; John E. Harsch; John G. Griffin, Jr.; John G. Hemans, Jr.; John J. Guarrera; John J. Hess, Jr.; John M. Geyzbowski; John R. Gunther; John S. Hazelton; John S. Hermistone; John T. Hassey, Jr; Joseph A. Henrich, Jr.; Karl W. Hering; Laurence Sherwood Heinze; Leonard Harris; Louis Harmantas; Louis W. Helmreich; Luke S. Hayden; Mary E. Guinan; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MIT; Mitchell J. Halle; Norman E. Hayes; Orvis B. Hartman; Paul C. Gross; Paul M. Hammond; Paul M. Heilman; Pelle E. G. Hammarlund; Peter W. Hellige; Philip L. Harris; Pierre F. Hartshorne; Quentin D. Groves; Raymond deV. Harper; Raymond E. Hahn; Richard C. Hess; Richard E. Henning; Richard E. Herr; Richard H. Haas; Richard Henderson; Richard J. Hammarstrom; Richard K. Henry, Jr.; Richard L. Hanson; Richard L. Hayes; Richard R. Heldenfels; Richard S. Harley; Richard S. Haven; Richard V. Hatfield; Robert B. Handelman; Robert C. Habich; Robert C. Hayman; Robert H. Handler; Robert Haskins, Jr.; Robert L. Halfman; Robert T. Harland; Rudolf W. Hensel; Russell A. Gwillim; Russell L. Haden, Jr.; Sampson Grunes; Sidney L. Hall; Siguard Hallager, Jr.; Stanley E. Hand; Sten Hammarstrom; Stephen B. Hazzard; Steven Heller; students; Technique; Theodore G. Gundelach; Theodore H. Guething; Thomas J. Hastings, Jr.; universities; university; Victor L. Hayes; Walter J. Hamburger; Ward J. Haas; Wei-Pange Han; William C. Henion; William E. Harper; William E. Hense, Jr.; William F. Hart, Jr.; William f. Hecker; William F. Herman; William G. Hamlin; William H. Hagenbuch; William Hahn; William J. Harris, Jr.; William M. Hendrich
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: 11th Avenue; 16th Street; 1st Avenue; 25th Street; 34th Street; Alafaya Woods; Anden Group; Bay Vista Elementary School; Bayfront Center; Ben Ward, Jr.; Bernard O. Blackwood; Bernie Blackwood; Bill Martin; Blackwood Construction Corporation; Bob Beleren; Bob Ward; bussing; Central Avenue; Central Florida Research Park; Charles N. Millican; Charles Norman Millican; city managers; city planners; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; colleges; construction; demonstrations; desegregation; Division Street; Downtown St. Petersburg; Dyson Drive; educators; Eleventh Avenue; First Avenue; Florida State Road 426; Florida Technological University; Frank Wheeler; Fred Marquis; FTU; Garden Grove; Gore; Habanero's Mexican Grill; integration; Joe Gomez; John Evans; labor; labor rights; land development; Lutheran Haven; Lynn H. Andrews; Marguerite Partin; Mead Drive; Mead Manor; neighborhoods; Northeast Park; Oviedo; Oviedo Land Group; Oviedo Oaks; Oviedo Office Park; Partin Elementary School; Phil Gorey; Pinellas County; professors; protesters; protests; public employees; race relations; real estate; residential developments; riots; Ronald Reagan; Ronald Wilson Reagan; Roy Clontz; Saint Petersburg; school bus; school buses; schools; Scott Blackwood; SCPS; Seminole County Public Schools; Sixteenth Street; Southside Park; SR 426; St. Pete; St. Petersburg; strikers; strikes; subdivisions; Sue Blackwood; Suzanne A. Blackwood; teachers; The St. Petersburg Times; Tiger Station; Tom Phillips; Tuscawilla; Tuskawilla Road; Twin Rivers; UCF; unionization; unions; universities; university; University of Central Florida; Westwood Square; Whispering Oaks; Windmill Farms
Tags: Alafaya Trail; birds; Black Hammock; Carolyn White; Chapman Road; colleges; dirt roads; Don White; Ed White; Edwin White; Florida Technological University; FTU; great blue herons; hayrides; horseback riding; horses; Lars D. White; Mitchell Hammock Road; Oviedo; ponies; pony; Porsha Dossie; ranch; ranches; sandhill cranes; stables; streets; Tally-Ho Farms; traffic; UCF; universities; university; University of Central Florida
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. M. Jones; Anna Marcantoni; bishops; Carlos Velez-Munich; Catholicism; Catholics; Cherokee Junior High School; Chuluota; church; churches; citizenship; City of Oviedo; Clara Lee Wheeler Evans; clergy; cold war; colleges; communism; Country Quick; customer service representatives; Deshaso; Dominic Persampiere; Downtown Oviedo; education; educators; ERP; European Recovery Program; Florida Technological University; FTU; Geneva Drive; George C. Young Federal Courthouse; Grupo Shalom; high schools; immigrants; immigration; Ingrid Bryant; Jeffrey A. Chudnow; Joseph Patrick Hurley; Larry Neely; Laura Feldman; Lockwood Boulevard; Magnolia Avenue; Marshall Plan; McCoy Air Force Base; Most Precious Blood Catholic Church; Munich, Germany; museums; newspapers; Norbert Dorsey; Norbert Mary Leonard James Dorsey; OHS; orlando; Orlando Army Air Field #2; Oviedo; Oviedo High School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Street; Paul Mikler; Pinecastle AFB; Pinecastle Air Force Base; Pinecastle Army Airfield; priests; renovations; Richard Walsh; schools; students; swimming pools; Taste of Oviedo; teachers; teen clubs; teen nights; The Outlook; The Oviedo Voice; The Seminole Chronicle; UCF; universities; university; University of Central Florida; water department; World War II; WWII
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: Betty Ann Bledy Katzin; college; commencement; Cristie Elizabeth Cole; Cynthia Johnson Sloan; education; Elizabeth Buck Bradley; Florida Tech; Florida Technological University; Frank Kurtz Scharf, Jr.; FTU; George S. Eubanks, James R. Hall; Gerald Edward Fensch; graduate; graduations; Hanne Margret Lutken; higher education; James Andrew Burgess, Jr.; Joanne Elizabeth Aldrich; John F. Kennedy Space Center; June Etta Cone; KSC; Lee R. Scherer; Linda J. Stoothoff; Marcea Linda Stiver; orlando; Oviedo; Reba Kozette Day; Robert Eby Cummings; Steven Earl Brown; Susan Bravence Martin; The Oviedo Outlook; Thomas Earl Knickerbocker; university; William Mark Wise
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: Albertson-Peterson Gallery; art; Art Consulting Program Planning Division; college; Cornell Fine Arts Museum; Cultural Alliance; education; Friends of UCF; gallery; Judy Albertson; Orlando Museum of Art; school; UCF; UCF Board of Trustees; UCF Foundation; university; University of Central Florida
Tags: Alafaya Woods; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Ben Ward, Jr.; celery; celery industry; chicken; citrus; citrus industry; Colene Ward; college; Downtown Oviedo; Florida Technological University; FTU; Great Depression; home; Homebuyer; house; Mead Manor; neighborhood; orange county; Oviedo; Oviedo Place; school; Solaria's Wharf; subdivision; suburb; university
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: African American; African Americans; BCC; BCU; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; colleges; curators; Daytona Beach; Edward R. Rodriguez; Mary Jane McLeod Bethune; Mary McLeod Bethune; Miami; museums; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; Rod Rodriguez; students; universities; university
Tags: airports; Amanda Hill; Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery; ASVAB; atopic dermatitis; Avon Park; Avon Park Air Force Range; basic training; boot camps; breast cancer; captain's mast; Carli Van Zandt; Carolyn Van Zandt; CERCLA; cold war; colleges; Community Veterans History Project; Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980; contamination; court-martial; CVHP; dermatitis; DI; disqualifications; Drill Instructor; E-3; education; engineering; engineers; Enlisted Rank 3; enlistment; Enterprise 1701; environmental cleanup; F-16; General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon; gig lines; higher education; Hill, Amanda; hospitals; illness; illnesses; inspections; instructors; Lake Druid; Lone Sailor Memorial Project; LSMP; MacDill AFB; MacDill Air Force Base; marching; Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune; McCoy AFB; McCoy Air Force Base; medical hold company; memorials; MET; Michael Partain; military code; military education; Military Entrance Processioning Center; Military Entrance Processioning Center Tampa; Military Entrance Test; military justice; military training; monuments; NAS Jacksonville; Naval Air Station Jacksonville; Naval Station Mayport; Naval Training Center Orlando; NS Mayport; NTC Orlando; nuclear engineering; nuclear power; nuclear propulsion; Nuclear Propulsion School; orlando; Petty Officer; Polk County; recruit training; Recruit Training Command; recruits; ring banner; Seaman; special training; Superfund; Tetrachloroethylene; toxic chemicals; toxic cleanups; U.S. Air Force; UCMJ; Uniform Code of Military Justice; universities; university; veterans; Warren B. Partain, Jr.; Warren B. Partain, Sr.; water contamination; Winter Haven; World War II; WWII
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: 9/11; advanced training; American Chemical Society; Bennett Drive; Berlin Wall; Berlin, Germany; Bill Clinton; Bronx, New York City, New York; Caribbean Crisis; cold war; colleges; colorblindness; Commander; commissioned officers; Community Veterans History Project; Cuba; Cuban Missile Crisis; CVHP; dependents' cruises; deterrent patrols; dry docks; education; educators; Engineering Duty Officer; Engineering Duty Officer Dolphin Program; Engineering Duty Officer Dolphins; Engineering Duty Officer School; Father of the Nuclear Navy; firefighting; fires; Florida Power & Light Company; FPL; Gerald Mattson; Germany; Hyman G. Rickover; Hyman George Rickover; Indiana University; instructors; Jensen Beach; Jim Tully; Killian Hiltz; Lehman College; mayors; military education; military spouses; military training; military wife; military wives; Nathan Hale; nuclear power; Nuclear Power Ballistic Missile Submarines; nuclear power plants; Nuclear Power School; nuclear safety; Nuclear Ship Superintendent School; October Crisis; Officer Indoctrination School; OIS; orlando; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Philip Rogers; presidents; Restricted Line Officer; Ronald Reagan; Ronald Wilson Reagan; Safety Training Coordinator; September 11th; South Florida; Soviet Union; Soviets; SSBN; Steve Israel; SU; Submarine School; submarines; subs; teachers; terrorism; terrorists; The Missile Scare; training; U.S. Naval Reserve; U.S. Navy; UCF; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; universities; university; University of Central Florida; USS Nathan Hale; USSR; veterans; Washington, D.C.; William Jefferson Blythe III; William Jefferson Clinton
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: 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: African Americans; agriculture; Anglo Americans; Armed Forces; Brevard County; Caucasian Americans; census; Census of 1950; civilian labor; clerical; colleges; craftsman; craftsmen; crops; divorced; domestic service; education; employees; European Americans; farm operators; farm products; farmland; farms; females; field crops; Flagler County; foreman; foremen; forewoman; forewomen; fruits; government; horticultural specialties; kindred; labor; labor force; laborers; Lake County; land managers; landlords; livestock; males; managers; Marion County; marital status; married; nuts; operative; orange county; Osceola County; population; primary education; private household; private sector; professionals; proprietors; public sector; sales; schools; secondary education; Seminole County; service industry; sharecroppers; sharecropping; single; technical; tenant farmers; tenant farming; tenants; U.S. Census; unemployment; universities; university; vegetables; Volusia County; widowed; workers
Tags: African Americans; agriculture; Asian Americans; Australian Americans; Azorean Americans; Belgian Americans; Brevard County; British Americans; Bulgarian Americans; Canadian Americans; Caribbean Americans; Caucasian Americans; census; Census of 1940; Central Americans; cereals; clerical; college; corn; crop; cropland; Cuban Americans; Czech Americans; Czechoslovakian Americans; Danish Americans; domestic service; Dutch Americans; education; electricity; emergency workers; employees; employment; energy; English Americans; European Americans; farm laborers; farm managers; farm workers; farming; farming implements; farms; females; Finnish Americans; Flagler County; forage; forest products; forestry; French Americans; fruits; fuel; German Americans; grain; Greek Americans; hay; Hispanic Americans; horticultural specialties; horticulture; Hungarian Americans; Irish Americans; Irish potatoes; Italian Americans; kindred; labor; laborers; Lake County; Latin Americans; Latinas; Latinos; Latvian Americans; Lithuanian Americans; Luxembourger Americans; machinery; males; managers; manufacturing; Marion County; Mexican Americans; Northern Irish Americans; Norwegian Americans; nuts; officials; operatives; orange county; Osceola County; Palestinian Americans; Polish Americans; population; Portuguese Americans; potatoes; primary education; professionals; proprietors; public emergency workers; retail; Romanian Americans; Russian Americans; sales; Scandinavian Americans; school; Scotch Americans; Scottish Americans; secondary education; seeds; Seminole County; semiprofessionals; service industry; sharecroppers; sharecropping; Slovakian Americans; South Americans; Soviet Americans; Spanish Americans; stores; Swedish Americans; sweet potatoes; Swiss Americans; Syrian Americans; tenant farmers; tenant farming; tenants; Turkish Americans; U.S. Census; unemployment; university; vegetables; Volusia County; wages; Welsh Americans; West Indian Americans; wholesale; workers; Yugoslavian Americans
Tags: African American; Atlanta University; Atlanta, Georgia; AU; Boca Raton; CHS; college; color barrier; Crooms High School; Cuban; Daytona; Daytona State College; desegregation; Downtown Sanford; DSC; education; elementary school; enlistment; FAU; Florida Atlantic University; Georgetown; Gibbs College; Goldsboro; Goldsboro Elementary School; high school; higher education; Hispanic; Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Indiana, Pennsylvania; integration; IUP; J. R. White; Lakeland; Miami; NAS; NAS Sanford; Naval Air Station; Naval Air Station Sanford; prejudice; race; racism; Sanford; school; segregation; skin color; St. Petersburg; St. Petersburg College; university; VCCC; Vietnam War; Volusia County Community College; Wright, Stephen Caldwell
Tags: African American; athlete; athletic program; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; coach; college; college athlete; college recruitment; college sports; Cookman Institute of Jacksonville; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; desegregation; documentary; Florida A&M College; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College; football; HBCU; historically black colleges and universities; Hunter, Sheila Flemming; integration; Johnson, Ted; Long, Nancy; McClaren, Simon; men; Moore, Richard B.; physical education; Pittsburgh Steelers; podcast; race relations; recruitment; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; segregation; sports; Steelers; university; women; women's suffrage; World War II; WWII
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: African American; Animated Magazine; artillery shell; atomic bomb; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Carnegie, Andrew; college; college president; Conference Plan; Congregational church; Congregationalism; Congregationalist; Coolidge, Calvin; Coolidge, John Calvin, Jr.; documentary; Downtown Winter Park; education; evolution; Florida Congregational Association; Florida State Legislature; higher education; Holt, Hamilton; HOTEL; Hugo, Victor Marie; Hurston, Zora Neale; Lake Osceola; Lane, Jack; League of Nations; leftist; legislation; Mills Memorial Center and Peace Monument; Mills Memorial Library; monument; National Public Radio; NPR; orlando; Orlando Country Club; peace movement; podcast; political left; president; protest; race relations; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Rollins College; Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor; Roosevelt, Eleanor; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano; segregation; Seminole Hotel; Seymour, Thaddeus; Taft, William Howard; Tallahassee; tourism; tourist; Truman, Harry S.; UN; United Nations; university; Wilson, Thomas Woodrow; Wilson, Woodrow; Winter Park; world peace; World War I; World War II; WWI; WWII
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: 20th Century Commercial architecture; bank; Bentley, A. G.; Central Boulevard; college; Cook, Thomas; Downtown Orlando; FAMU; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law; Florida Bank; Massey, Louis; Neo-Classical architecture; Orange Avenue; orange county; Orange County Sheriff's Office; Orange County Supervisor of Elections; orlando; State Bank; State Bank and Trust Company; State Bank of Orlando; Stoddart, W. L.; university