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ASM0478 Tamiami Trail collection, 1924-1925Add to your cart.
This collection contains 73 photographs taken in 1924-1925, during the construction of the east-west portion of the Tamiami Trail that runs through the Everglades in southern Florida. Some of the photographs were taken by J.F. Jaudon.
ASM0190 O. J. Tanner collection, 1743-1930Add to your cart.
The O. J. Tanner collection contains the following items: a scrapbook with various portraits of historical figures, a diary with notes on wills, an autograph scrapbook (including an autograph from President Ulysses Grant), a photostat copy of a letter by George Washington, an 1822 watercolor sketchbook, two photographs, a catalog and receipt from the Coral Gables Godspeed Bookshop, a 1743 pamphlet titled "Relation de la victorie Remporteé sur les Imperiaux, par les troupes du Roy, & celles du Roy de Serdaigne, dans la Bataille donneé prés de Guastalla, le 19 du mois dernier," and other pamphlets, clippings, programs, and prints.
ASM0426 Aaron Thomas papers, 1798-1799Add to your cart.
The journal of Aaron Thomas is a 374 page leather-bound volume containing approximately 367 pages of handwritten material. The journal begins on June 15, 1798 and concludes on October 26, 1799, and chronicles the experiences and adventures of a British seaman serving in the Royal Navy aboard HMS Lapwing in the West Indies during the French Revolutionary wars. The journal contains insightful, first-hand accounts of naval operations, customs of the day, and humorous, detailed anecdotes involving shipmates and superiors. Thomas, who joined the navy in 1793, includes entries regarding the health and punishment of the men aboard ship, as well as his personal views on slavery, religion, and morality. With the exception of the final three pages, all entries are written in Thomas's hand.
ASM0615 Dorothy Brannen Thomas collection, 1942-1948Add to your cart.
The Dorothy Brannen Thomas Collection contains a scrapbook collecting letters, photographs, clippings, and other documents pertaining to cadets from the Royal Air Force who trained at the Pan American Training Academy at the University of Miami prior to World War II. Also included are letters from some of the cadets stationed there.
ASM0290 Frank M. Thomas Jr. Diary, 1956-1957Add to your cart.
The Frank M. Thomas Jr. Diary collection contains two bound daily record diaries of the activities of Frank M. Thomas Jr., an investigator for the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau in Jacksonville, Florida. His diary provides a daily record of his activities with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, including typed inventories of "known and unknown" seizures.
ASM0659 Donald Thomson papers, 1932-1976Add to your cart.
Donald W. Thomson worked for Pan American World Airways from 1932 to 1976 when he retired as the company's treasurer.  His papers include corporate records, memoranda, reports, memorabilia and photographs.  Bound volumes of annual reports and books were separated from the collection for cataloging.
ASM0461 Thorson, Milton Z. papersAdd to your cart.
14 color photographs of a fishing trip to the Florida Keys.
ASM0658 Humphrey W. Toomey Papers, 1929-1961Add to your cart.
This collection includes documents, photographs, correspondence, clippings and other materials related to Toomey's employment with the New York, Rio and Buenos Aires Airline, Panair do Brasil, and Pan American World Airways from 1929-1961.
ASM0086 César Trasobares Papers, 1983-2002Add to your cart.
Ephemera, exhibition catalogs, newsletters, and books related to Miami's contemporary art scene. Items featured in the collection document much of César Trasobares' personal life work as a local Cuban-American artist whose pieces often illustrate ties to his heritage as well as touching upon various topics, such as poverty, homosexuality, religion, social issues, and personal expression.

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