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Title: Aerial Photography Florida
Abstract/Description: The University of Florida Map & Imagery Library houses the largest and most complete collection of Florida aerial photographs (~160,000 photos) outside of the National Archives. These photos document the dramatic changes in Florida's land use between 1937 and 1990. Originally intended to assist farm...
Title: Big Cypress National Preserve Collection
Description: Big Cypress National Preserve Collection is a digital photo-album documenting the natural heritage of the Big Cypress National Preserve. Big Cypress National Preserve, located in southwest Florida, is part of the U.S. Park Service. Big Cypress has a ...
Title: Coral Gables Memory
Abstract/Description: Coral Gables Memory is an album of photographs donated to the City of Coral Gables by Kerdyk Realty. These photos of homes and business structures were taken mostly in the 1940s. The buildings shown were built in the 1920s and 1930s. They show the development of Coral Gables, a planned community tha...
Title: Eric Eustace Williams
Abstract/Description: The Eric Eustace Williams materials in the Digital Library of the Caribbean include a bibliography and a growing body of works by and about Dr. Williams, the first Prime Minister of the Trinidad and Tobago and often called the "Father of the Nation." Dr. Williams' importance as an historic figure in...
Title: Everglades Digital Library (EDL)
Abstract/Description: The Everglades Digital Library (EDL) is a comprehensive portal to high-quality Internet resources relating to the south Florida environment. These resources include online texts, articles, reports, photographs, maps, datasets, educational materials, and historical records, as well as links to organi...
Title: Florida Environments Online Collection
Description: Florida Environments Online contains both digital full text materials and research bibliographies about the ecology and environment of Florida. Digitized materials include more than 200 seminal texts on species and ecosystems selected by scientific experts throughout the state of Florida and digi...
Title: Florida Heritage Collection
Description: The Florida Heritage Collection is an ongoing cooperative project of the State University System (SUS) of Florida to digitize and provide online access to materials broadly representing Florida's history, culture, arts, literature, sciences and social sciences. Thematic areas in this growing coll...
Title: Florida Historical Legal Documents
Abstract/Description: Florida Historical Legal Documents is a growing collection of primary source materials surveying changes in Florida law from the time it became a territory in 1822 through 1845 when Florida became a state. The collection includes the complete Florida Territorial Laws, a time capsule of Florida histo...
Title: Florida Historical Quarterly
Description: Florida Historical Quarterly is the online version of Florida Historical Quarterly, the academic journal of the Florida Historical Society. The Quarterly has served to expand understanding of Florida's historical development and offers a broad spectrum of articles in scholarly research and apprec...
Title: Florida Voices Collection
Description:

Florida Voices is an initiative of the Florida Electronic Library to support all types of libraries and cultural heritage organizations in Florida in initiating and maintaining digital oral history programs.

Title: Herbarium Collections
Abstract/Description: The University of Florida Herbarium Collections Catalog is a searchable database of the label data for about 23,000 of the approximately 400,000 herbarium specimens on file in the vascular plant and bryophyte and lichen collections. (Wood, seed and fungal specimens are not included.) This catalog is...
Title: Koreshan State Historic Site Collection
Description: The Koreshan Historic Collection presents a photo-journal documenting the daily life of the Koreshan settlement in Southwest Florida. Founded by Dr. Cyrus Teed, a former Civil War surgeon who later translated his name to the Hebrew version, Koresh, the Koreshan Unity was a faith-based group first...
Title: Linking Florida's Natural Heritage
Abstract/Description: Linking Florida's Natural Heritage: Science and Citizenry is a project funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services to create a virtual library of Florida ecological information from heterogeneous museum, library, and citation databases throughout the state of Florida. This is a model prog...
Title: Literature for Children Collection
Description: Literature for Children is a collection of the treasures of children's literature published largely in the United States and Great Britain from before 1850 to beyond 1950. At the core of this Collection are books from the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature, housed in the Departme...
Title: Miami Metropolitan Archive
Abstract/Description: The Miami Metropolitan Archive is a cooperative effort of the Urban, Regional & Local Government Documents Department at Florida International University Libraries and the City of Miami City Clerk's Office to provide digital access to important source materials on Miami-Dade County urban development...
Title: Mile Markers
Abstract/Description: Mile Markers is a community photo album depicts the diverse cultural history and economic development of the Florida Keys (1880-present). Early industries such as sponging, shark fishing, turtle canning, and cigar manufacturing are present as well as the unique architecture, sea, sun, fishing, and f...
Title: PRISM: Political & Rights Issues & Social Movements
Description: PRISM: Political & Rights Issues & Social Movements, a collaborative digitization project of the libraries and special collections departments of Florida Atlantic University (FAU), and the University of ...
Title: Performing Arts Collections
Abstract/Description: The University of Florida Performing Arts Materials on the colorful history of theater, film and dance selected from the Performing Arts Collections of the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts in the Smathers Libraries' Department of Special Collections on the campus to the University of Flori...
Title: Psychological Study of the Arts
Abstract/Description: Psychological Study of the Arts explores literary questions using psychology, often psychoanalytic psychology. The materials collected here address such questions as, Why does this writer write the way he or she does? Why do different people read differently, as they do? How can we understand such-a...
Title: Ringling Collection
Abstract/Description: The Ringling Collection is comprised of cabinet cards, postcards and photographs of 19th Century American and British actors and actresses. There are more than 6,000 images in this digital collection depicting more than 3,000 actors and actresses. The Collection is important not simply for its pictu...
Title: Ringling Museum Circus Herald Collection
Description: The Ringling Museum Herald Collection comes from the holdings of The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art collection. Heralds were a popular form of advertisement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Circuses used clever language and images to proclaim the arrival of a show. The Ringling Muse...
Abstract/Description: The Ringling Museum Herald Collection comes from the holdings of The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art collection. Heralds were a popular form of advertisement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Circuses used clever language and images to proclaim the arrival of a show. The Ringling Muse...
Title: Sanborn® Fire Insurance Company Maps of Florida
Abstract/Description: The 'Sanborn® Fire Insurance Company Maps of Florida' comprise a collection of more than 300 bibliographic units in more than 3,000 map sheets. The maps were mainly designed to help fire insurance agents determine the degree of damage to a property and show accurate information to help them determi...
Title: Sanibel Historical Collection
Description: The Sanibel Historical Collection presents a visual history chronicling the development of Sanibel, one of Florida's premiere destinations. Originally inhabited by the Calusa Indians, the Spanish later colonized the region until Florida was ceded to the United States. Sanibel Island houses a vari...
Title: Southwest Florida Environmental Documents Collection
Description: The Southwest Florida Environmental Collection (SWFE), comprising the Estero Bay Documents Collection, the Charlotte Harbor Information Resource Center Documents Collection, and the Caloosahatchee Documents Collection contains recent and historical scientific information related to the environment o...
Title: United States Virgin Islands History and Culture
Abstract/Description: On July 17 2004, the University of the Virgin Islands Library became one of the ten founding partners that officially established the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) at a Planning Committee at a meeting held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Materials are drawn from the Universities libraries' colle...
Title: West Florida Photohistory
Description: West Florida History Images in the West Florida Photohistory come from the various holdings of the Special Collections Department, John C. Pace Library, University of West Florida. The Department holds some 750 collections of papers of families, businesses, organizations, and individuals includin...
Title: Wolfsonian Digital Collections
Abstract/Description: Provides access to 95,000 collection records and almost 130,000 images from the combined Objects Collection and Rare Books Library. This site is in beta-testing so there may be some errors in the operation of the site and in the metadata attached to the images.
Title: World Maps
Title: Yiddish Children's Books
Description: Yiddish Children's Books is a part of the Joseph and Mary Savetsky Yiddish Resources Collection at the Florida Atlantic University Libraries. This is the largest Yiddish Collection in the Southeast United States. The condition and uniqueness of the Yiddish Children's Books collection makes them i...