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Mark F. Boyd collection, 1493-1953 | University of Miami Special Collections

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Title: Mark F. Boyd collection, 1493-1953Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: ASM0037

Creator: Boyd, Mark F. (1889-1968)

Extent: 63.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

SERIES I: HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS contains original documents, dated 1755-1933, and reproductions of letters, manuscripts and other materials, dated 1493-1953.  Arranged chronologically, the original documents contain letters, deeds, military requisitions, sheet music, original drawings, photographs, and other materials. Correspondence relates to the Civil War and to the Seminole War. The letters of Thomas Edison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Revolutionary and Civil War officers, and other prominent individuals appear in this Series.      

A letter from Revolutionary War Captain Thomas Wooster to his wife Lydia discusses the settlement of the Territory of Florida. Writing from his post in St. Augustine in December 1789, Wooster awaits the arrival of the new governor who "will bring full instructions for the settlement of this country."  His letter states that "There are fifty thousand dollars in the treasury here for that purpose and the secretary has informed me that there is to be the same sum allowed yearly ...until the Country is properly settled." (box 1, folder 4)

Correspondence relating to the war against the Seminole Indians  includes a letter by James Gadsden who served as "aide-de-camp" to Jackson in the War of 1812, member of the Legislative Council of Florida Territory in 1824 and Minister to Mexico in 1853.  Gadsden writes to the Secretary of War J.R. Poinsett, recommending Henry Stevens for a post in the Navy Department: "The recent death of a Midshipman ...has occasioned a vacancy which cannot be better filled than by a youth of so much promise and the son of an old naval officer who has been lost to his family by the horrid savage war devastating this territory." Gadsden's letter of January 1838 also details the recent events of the war. (box 1, folder 19)   

In another letter relating to the Seminole Indian War, dated 1817,  R. Arbuckle at Fort Scott writes to Major General Andrew Jackson reporting on his current military situation and supply of rations. He writes that "Nearly every Indian South East of this, is at war with the United States" and "they have among them several hundred negroes, who are armed and fighting with them."  In his estimation, "The present war with those indians ...will require a much greater force than was anticipated to bring it to a speedy and favorable termination."(box 1, folder 7) Arbuckle's letter of 1818 to the Secretary of War reports on the state of affairs in his quarter and delays in receiving rations. (box 1, folder 8) The letter of B. Ingraham to his Sister Mrs. Susan Fisker provides an additional brief account of the war in 1836.(box 1, folder 11)

J.J. Wescott's letter of 1831 reports the return of a "fugitive from justice in this territory" and describes the legal fees and reward due his captors in Alabama. (box 1, folder 9) Correspondence between John Crittenden, senator and U.S. district attorney, and William P. Duval involves Florida state politics and appointments.   Harriet Beecher Stowe comments on life in Florida in a reply to Henri Gerard, editor of The Comet.  Stowe's letter and the April 1871 edition of the publication appear in this series.  Photographs include one of Stowe and another of "Residence of Professor and Mrs. H.B. Stowe, with Family Group." (box 1 ,folder 32)

A letter from Henry Albert, Commissioner of Iowa State Department of Health, requests that Thomas Edison confirm the rumor that he sleeps only five hours per night.  The 1927 letter contains Edison's reply--an estimate of the few hours he sleeps and an explanation: "...as the sleep was very profound without dreams  and a life habit" it equaled "7 hours with the average man."  Newspaper clippings, dated 1930-53, pertaining to Edison and his son appear with the letter. (box 1, folder 37)

Three original pencil drawings by John Rogers Vinton, a United States army captain, include "Osceola at Lake Monroe during Armistice May 1837,"  a "Light House at Key Biscayne," and an "Indian Mound at Fort Taylor, St. John's River, Florida." A letter from Vinton to Captain J. Rhette Motte, dated 1840, describes the three sketches in the series.  "The first is a view of the country around Fort Taylor on the upper St. Johns, embracing an Indian mound there on top of which, our troups built a small block house.  The second...the Lighthouse at Key Biscayne in which several persons were besieged by the Indians, ...the third is the sketch of the Old Barracks at St. Augustine, the former nunnery..."(box 1, folder 23)  Other SERIES I photographs document the destruction of Miami and Miami Beach resulting from the 1926 hurricane.

Historical reproductions include typescript copies, as well as photostats and photocopies of documents, and prints and negatives.  These materials relate to the Spanish settlement of the Americas, Native Americans and their interaction with the Spanish, the history of South Carolina, Georgia and the provinces of East and West Florida during the colonial period.  

Copies of correspondence, journals and other documents relate to Spanish settlement of Florida.  Catholic Church catechisms in Spanish and Timucua dating from 1612 and other materials document the missionary aspects of settlement.  A translation of a Spanish document of 1676 records Native American customs including their method of naming their children, games they played and other practices. (box 3, folder 64)

Materials deriving from the "Study of a letter in the Apalachee Language" by John R. Swanton contains a copy of an Apalachee letter dated 1688 as well as a translation and notes on the language (box 3, folder 65).  Other works by Swanton include a copy of "Grammatical notes on the Timucua Language," (box 4, folder96) and "Religious works in Spanish and Timucua," annotated by John R. Swanton (box 5, folder 107)

Prints, slides and negatives includes reproductions of Vinton's drawings as well as artwork of others.  Copies of Vinton's sketches of Osceola appear among the prints.  Another print of Osceola, which is undated, and a color slide of a portrait, attributed to Vinton, both appear among the historical reproductions.  Other prints in this series include illustrations from a book, The Territory of Florida..., dated 1837. These items include a print and negative of Fort Mellon, Lake Monroe and a print and negative of St. John's River and Volusia.  Additional items in this series include a print of a portrait of Osceola by Robert John Curtis, and several from  "The American Anti-Slavery Almanac," dated 1839. 

Slides and prints of Florida Coast and Anastasia Island (box 3, folder 72) include a color print of the Florida Coast published by Currier and Ives as well as "Destruction of a Rebel Salt Factory, on the Coast of Florida, by the Crew of the United States Bark 'Kingfisher.'"  The sketch, made by an officer, appeared in Harper's Weekly, November 15, 1862.  Other prints include one of Coquina Quarry on Anastasia Island and another of General Grant, Governor of East Florida.

Other prints and photographs include a print of Princess Catherine Murat and two prints which illustrated the German edition of "Letters and Journals relating to the American Revolution." (box 4, folder 94) Photographs relating to the Battle of Natural Bridge include photos of the battle site and of General William Miller.

Historical reproductions also include notes, maps, and sketches of artifacts compiled by James Clarence and H.H. Simpson based on a 1933 exploration of Indian mounds in the Wacissa River region. (box 5, folder 106)  Several copies of Rebecca Phillip's column "Through Our Window," published June 12-July 10, 1936 in The Jackson Floridan contain articles on Jackson County history. Reproductions of early diaries, travel logs, manuscripts and other writings are also arranged in this series.

SERIES II: RESEARCH FILES, listed in alphabetical order by type of record, consist of correspondence, maps, notebooks,notecards, notes, and other materials.  Correspondence involves research projects conducted for various organizations as well as Boyd's historical and scientific studies.  In correspondence relating to historical research,  Boyd explains that "Much of my leisure is now occupied in studies in local history, and I am at present occupied in learning something about a newspaper called the'Peoples World' once published in Sneads." (box 6, folder 114) Other correspondence concerns scientific research and the sketches of J.R. Vinton.  A copy of Vinton's letters, background information on Vinton and his sketches, and other correspondence dated 1948-52 appears in this series.

Maps in this series reveal the locations of Spanish Forts in Florida and show "Approximate Seminole Indian Sites and Paths." Medical notebooks contain published articles based on Boyd's medical research as well as clippings of the newspaper column "Public Health Department" which Boyd, the City Health Officer, edited for the Okaloosa Daily Herald.  Other notebooks contain notes on a variety of subjects including orchid cultivation, model building, and methods of air analyses.

Notecards (Boxes 8-23) consist of cardfile boxes of bibliographic references to works on United States, Central and South American history, Florida, and notes on Seminole and Creek Indians.  Other file boxes contain cards on the Timucua vocabulary with English and Spanish translations.  Notes include Boyd's research on art and music, family history, Florida and United States history, Malaria, and "field ecology."  Boyd's investigation of the history of the Marine Hospital at Fort St. Marks appears in this series, with an article on the site published in Florida

Southern University's "Notes in Anthropology."  Prints and negatives of St. Marks, which served as the federal hospital for sailors until the time of the Civil War, are included in the series.

SERIES III:  ARTICLES, REPRINTS AND WRITINGS arranged alphabetically into abstracts, articles, reprints, reports and other writings, includes scientific topics, articles on Plains Indians and on Florida history.  Historical writings include papers on the Tampa Bay hotel, Martello towers at Key West, and Florida's first legislators.  Lectures concern the field of entomology. Numerous reprints of Boy's articles on Malaria appear in this series in addition to a special edition of the National Malaria Society bulletin covering the presentation of the silver service award to Boyd in 1947.  The publication details Boyd's contributions to the field.  Boyd's manuscript entitled "Malaria"and Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division Papers, published by the Station for Malaria Research, also document Boyd's accomplishments in malariology.  The Rockefeller Foundation Papers date from 1924-46, the years which Boyd directed the station.   

Card catalogue entries, arranged alphabetically by subject, as well as others, by title and author, provide a listing for the majority of reprints. The reprint articles consist of four numerical series. "Reprints #9" contains historical and anthropological articles on Florida during the colonial era. "Reprints #11" and "Reprints #12" pertain to Florida and United States History.  "Reprints #12" also includes natural history. "Reprints #13" appears to cover many aspects of early Florida, such as natural history, industry, and other topics.  Scientific writings predominate in "Reprints #14."

SERIES IV: MISCELLANEOUS includes materials relating to Florida history, tourism and research collections.  Bibliographies, catalogues and lists of Florida book collections appear in this series.  College bulletins, bus and railroad timetables, pamphlets on historical sites and commemorative events, political campaign materials, brochures describing Reconstruction Finance Corporation projects in Florida, postcards, an early newspaper Orange Park Florida and other materials appear in this series.  Political pamphlets relate to the campaigns of Napoleon B. Broward, Leroy Collins and Fuller Warren.  Postcards include several from Reno, Nevada, from historical sites, from the 1926 hurricane and others of Seminole indians.  Newsletters, directories and correspondence from several organizations including the Florida Anthropological Society and the Committee on Military Medicine are also included.

Additional files contain newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographies, notes and articles obtained from the estate of Mary Lewis. Newspaper clippings from the Tallahassee Democrat dated 1927-48 relate to Florida history.  A political advertisement for Albert Gilchrist's 1915 senate campaign and a copy of the Tallahassee Manor News covering local real estate trends also appears among these clippings.(box 45, folder 301)  Brief biographies and articles written by Lewis describe prominent historical figures, events and buildings in the Tallahassee area.(box 45, folder 303)

Lewis attempted to gather data on Florida writers through correspondence, and responses from Benjamin Harrison and Anne McQueen are included in files.  Harrison, a writer and editor for the Palatka, Pensacola, and Jacksonville papers refuses to provide information, preferring to "rest (his) future reputation" on his work for these papers, especially on his coverage of the "Call controversy."  "Don't you see," he writes, "that the controversies in which I have engaged have passed into history, the decision has been rendered and, even if I could send you a collection dealing with such matters it could serve only to revive unpleasant feelings...?" (box 45, folder 302, Aug. 26 1924)  In another letter, Harrison provides Lewis with a history of the "flags which have floated over Florida."

SERIES V: MAPS, contains an important collection of original and photocopies of rare and unusual maps relating to Florida. Boyd annotated many maps for his own research purposes.

SERIES VI: FLORIDA PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, contains a group of promotional materials, including brochures published by local Chambers of Commerce, government agencies, transportation companies, and other organizations concerned with attracting permanent settlers and seasonal visitors to Florida.  These materials date from the late 1880s through the early 1960s, bulk dates for the series span the thirty-year period from 1930 to 1960.

A total of 591 brochures are arranged alphabetically by city, county, or park.  The brochures represent a large and varied number of tourist attractions, hotels, colleges and universities, businesses, industries, and parks.  Of particular interest are Chamber of Commerce brochures promoting the social, economic, and recreational advantages of cities and towns along major thoroughfares throughout the state, from the Florida panhandle to the Florida Keys.  Brochures are printed on one or both sides of a single sheet and vary in size from postcards to folded maps, newspaper advertisements and posters.  Many brochures contain colorful illustrations that depict a variety of themes relating to cities, counties, and specific tourist attractions (Edison Winter Home, Fort Myers), major Florida industries (citrus and cattle ranching), and natural resources (beaches, lakes, and parks).

The series does not contain brochures relating to tourist attractions that developed after the Library acquired the Papers in 1959.  However, the collection does contain interesting samples of promotional materials on older tourist attractions including Marineland, Weeki Wachee Springs, and Silver Springs.  A small number of defunct tourist attractions are represented, including Oriental Gardens in Jacksonville, Florida.   Important subjects documented by the promotional materials include: beaches, cities and towns, hotels, parks, real estate and land development, tourist attractions, and travel (river cruises and cruise ships, rail and bus routes).

Formats/Genres: Maps, Pamphlets, Photographs, Prints, Sheet music, Sketches, Tourist maps, Typescripts

Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Mark F. Boyd Collection contains materials relating to Florida and United States history as well as to natural history and medicine.  The collection, arranged in six series, includes maps, newspapers, prints, photographs, pamphlets, original documents, copies of historical documents, reprints of articles and other materials.

Biographical Note

Mark F. Boyd (1889-1968), a physician, researcher and writer, specialized in tropical medicine, and his research on malaria brought him international recognition.  The Rockefeller Foundation selected Boyd to conduct research on malarial regions of the

western hemisphere.  He was elected President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine, and received awards for his achievements in tropical medicine.  For 16 years Boyd served as an officer of the National Malaria Society and became president of the organization in 1946. Boyd also wrote a number of articles on public health and served on the Florida State Board of Public Health.  He collected materials dealing with medicine, malariology, and other branches of science.

Boyd's malaria research often required travel to foreign countries, which stimulated his interest in Spanish colonial history, especially the settlement of Florida.  Based on original historical documents he collected and other sources, Boyd wrote several articles, published in the Florida Historical Quarterly, as well as a book, Here They Once Stood; the Tragic End of the Apalachee Missions (1951). He served as president of the Florida Historical Association and as historian of Florida National Parks.

In addition to these pursuits, Boyd studied astronomy, ecology botany, and other fields, recording observations and compiling published information on these topics.

Subject/Index Terms

Apalachee Indians - Missions
Central America
Florida - History - Civil War, 1861-1865
Florida - History - Spanish colony, 1565-1763
Franciscans - Missions - Florida
Malaria
Mosquitoes
Osceola, Seminole chief, 1804-1838
Seminole Indians - Florida - History
Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842
South America

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Mark F. Boyd Collection Finding Aid© 1993 University of Miami. Requests to reproduce or publish materials from this collection should be directed to asc.library@miami.edu.

Processing Information: Archon input by Dvora Harel (Student Assistant), Spring 2013.

Container List (PDF): http://proust.library.miami.edu/findingaids/legacy/asm0037CL.pdf


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Series I: Historical DocumentsAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Contract for grant of land, west of Florida, 1775Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Petition for land, Pensacola, 1777Add to your cart.
Folder 3: British Admiralty Court: Condemnation proceedings against ship captured at St. Augustine, 1778Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Two letters from Thomas Wooster, Connecticut Artillery Captain Revolutionary War, to wife, Lydia, 1780Add to your cart.
Folder 5: "British Family Antiquity", 1811Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Letter from R. Arbuckle at Ft. Scott to Major General Andrew Jackson, 1817Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Duplicate: letter from Arbuckle to Jackson, 1817Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Letter from R. Arbuckle to Secretary of War, 1818Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Letter: J.D. Wescott, Jr., Secretary of Florida, and United States General, 1831Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Property deed, 1832Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Letter: B. Ingraham to Susan Fisher, Seminole War, 1836Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Sketches: Vinton, J.R.: Osceola, 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Sketches: Vinton, J.R.: N.W. View of Ft. Mellon, Lake Monroe, 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Documents from the papers of General John W. Phelps, signed by Col. William Harney, Major Ringgold, Captain May & others, 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Invoices signed by Army Captain Tompkins, Lt. Joseph Roberts & others (Seminole Indian War), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Invoices: Army, Seminole Indian War, 1837-1838Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Letters: Documenting receipts & return of property to army, 1837-1856Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Provision returns, 1838Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Letter: James Gadsden to Secretary of War, 1838Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Requisition signed by Charles May, Seminole War, 1838Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Indenture: Transfer of property and slaves, 1838Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Receipts signed by Lt. Col. W.S. Harney & James Wardbarow, 1838Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Letter: Vinton, J.R., 1840Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Letter: William P. Duval to J. Crittenden, 1841Add to your cart.
Folder 25: "Commercial Advertiser Prices Current" Apalachicola, Florida, 1847Add to your cart.
Folder 26: Letter: Character reference for army Captain, St. Marks, 1847Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Letters: Nowell Gobb & A.B. Noyes regarding Marine Hospital at St. Marks, 1860Add to your cart.
Folder 28: Confederate register of vessels, 1862Add to your cart.
Folder 29: "Brief Sketches of Historical Facts Relating to the Early Settlement & Antiquities of St. Augustine, Florida", 1864Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Stock certificates: Pensacola and Georgia Railroad, 1865Add to your cart.
Folder 31: Article: "Florida," The Florida Union, 1867Add to your cart.
Folder 32: Letters and photographs: Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1872Add to your cart.
Folder 33: Letter: Charles C. Jones to Mr. Lawrence, 1875Add to your cart.
Folder 34: Photograph: Boyd, Mark--Freshman Class College of Medicine, 1908Add to your cart.
Folder 35: Photographs, negative: hurricane, 1926Add to your cart.
Folder 36: Statement: by Mayor E.C. Romfh, following hurricane, 1926Add to your cart.
Folder 37: Letter: Thomas Edison, 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 38: Bank notes, 1933Add to your cart.
Folder 39: Abstract of title, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 40: Concert program, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 41: Correspondence, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 42: Letter: De Galvez, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 43: Sketches: Vinton, J.R.: "Indian Mound Near Ft. Taylor, St. John's River", n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 44: Sketches: Vinton, J.R.: "Lighthouse at Key Biscayne", n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 45: Sheet music, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 46: "Extracts.. Armada Espanola" (Reproduction), 1493-1516Add to your cart.
Folder 47: Letter: Johan Day (Reproduction), 1497Add to your cart.
Folder 48: Letter: Johan Day (Reproduction), 1497Add to your cart.
Folder 49: Spanish Documents on Florida (Reproduction), 1605-1722Add to your cart.
Folder 50: Catholic Church Catechisms (Reproduction), 1612Add to your cart.
Folder 51: Catholic Church Catechisms (Reproduction), 1612Add to your cart.
Folder 52: Catholic Church Catechisms (Reproduction), 1612Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 53: Catholic Church Catechisms (Reproduction), 1612Add to your cart.
Folder 54: Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual (Reproduction), 1613Add to your cart.
Folder 55: Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual (Reproduction), 1613Add to your cart.
Folder 56: Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual (Reproduction), 1613Add to your cart.
Folder 57: Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual (Reproduction), 1613Add to your cart.
Folder 58: Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual (Reproduction), 1613Add to your cart.
Folder 59: "A True Account of the Voyage... Made by the Fleet of Spain...1622" (Reproduction), 1630Add to your cart.
Folder 60: "Explicacion De La Doctrina..." (Reproduction), 1635Add to your cart.
Folder 61: "Explicacion De La Doctrina..." (Reproduction), 1635Add to your cart.
Folder 62: "Explicacion De La Doctrina..." (Reproduction), 1635Add to your cart.
Folder 63: "Explicacion De La Doctrina..." (Reproduction), 1635Add to your cart.
Folder 64: "Origins of the Apalachee Ball Games", 1676Add to your cart.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 65: Letter in the Apalachee language (Reproduction), 1688Add to your cart.
Folder 66: "Documents Describing the Tragic End of the Mission Era" (Reproduction), 1693-1708Add to your cart.
Folder 67: "History of South Carolina, Georgia and East Florida" (Reproduction), 1717Add to your cart.
Folder 68: Deposition: before the South Carolina Assembly, Committee to enquire into the causes of the unsuccessful St. Augustine expedition (Reproduction), 1743Add to your cart.
Folder 69: "Accounts of Jesse Fish" (Reproduction), 1763-1778Add to your cart.
Folder 70: "Description...Province of West Florida" (Reproduction), 1769Add to your cart.
Folder 71: Photograph: British flag captured by Spanish at Pensacola (Reproduction), 1781Add to your cart.
Folder 72: Slides, prints: Florida coast, Anastasia Island (Reproduction), 1798-1862Add to your cart.
Folder 73: Letters, itineraries: Captain Hugh Young Seminole campaign (Reproduction), 1818Add to your cart.
Folder 74: "Notices of East Florida with an of the Seminole Indians" (Reproduction), 1822Add to your cart.
Folder 75: Portier's trip: Pensacola to St. Augustine (Reproduction), 1827Add to your cart.
Folder 76: Diary of James Duncan: Gaines Campaign (Reproduction), 1836Add to your cart.
Folder 77: Prints: Vinton , J.R. sketch of Osceola (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 78: Prints: Vinton , J.R. sketch of Osceola (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 79: Print, negative: "St. John's River and Volusia" Illustration from Williams, John L., The Territory of Florida (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 80: Negative, prints,: Sketch by Vinton, J. R., Osceola (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 81: Print: Vinton, Jr. R. sketch "N.W. View of Fort Mellon..." (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 82: Prints, negatives, slides: Vinton, J.R., "Aseola, A Seminole Leader" (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 83: Print, negative: illustration from Williams, John L. The Territory of Florida... (Reproduction), 1837Add to your cart.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 84: Negatives, prints: from the "American Anti-Slavery Almanac" (Reproduction), 1839Add to your cart.
Folder 85: Negatives, prints: from the "American Anti-Slavery Almanac" (Reproduction), 1839Add to your cart.
Folder 86: "Monthly Magazine of Religion and Literature" (Reproduction), 1840Add to your cart.
Folder 87: Blackford's South American Letters: Volume 1 (Reproduction), 1842-1844Add to your cart.
Folder 88: Blackford's South American Letters: Volume 2 (Reproduction), 1842-1844Add to your cart.
Folder 89: Blackford's South American Letters: Volume 3 (Reproduction), 1842-1844Add to your cart.
Folder 90: Letters, Vinton, J.R. (Reproduction), 1845Add to your cart.
Folder 91: "Extracts...Spanish Missions" (Reproduction), 1855Add to your cart.
Folder 92: Photographs: Civil War (Reproduction), 1860sAdd to your cart.
Folder 93: "Extracts..Letter Book...Col. Alonzo B. Noyes" (Reproduction), 1860Add to your cart.
Folder 94: Prints: Von Reidesal, Princess Murat (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 95: Photograph: Battle of Natural Bridge (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 96: Swanton, John Reed Grammatical Notes on Timucua Language (Reproduction), 1873Add to your cart.
Folder 97: Microfilm: "Cartas de Indias Publicales por primera vez..." (Reproduction), 1877Add to your cart.
Folder 98: "Notes of My Family," L'Engle, Susan (Reproduction), 1877Add to your cart.
Folder 99: "Florida Breezes," Long, Ellen Call (Reproduction), 1883Add to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 100: "Memoir of Captain C. Seton Fleming..." Civil War (Reproduction), 1884Add to your cart.
Folder 101: "DeSoto in Florida" (Reproduction), 1888Add to your cart.
Folder 102: Warranty Deed (Reproduction), 1889Add to your cart.
Folder 103: "The State of the Fransiscan Order and Their Missions..." (Reproduction), 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 104: Newspaper column: "Through Our Window" (Reproduction), 1936Add to your cart.
Folder 105: "Jefferson City Mission" (Reproduction), 1947Add to your cart.
Folder 106: Maps, notes: Indian mounds of the Wacissa River Region (Reproduction), 1910-1952Add to your cart.
Folder 107: Religious works in Spanish and Timucua, annotated by John R. Swinton (Reproduction), 1953Add to your cart.
Folder 108: Manuscript: routes of army from Hartford Georgia to Fort Scott (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 109: Catholic Church liturgy (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 110: Prints: Curtis, Robert John, portrait of Osceola (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 111: Prints: Vinton, J.R. "Indian Mound Near Fort Taylor, St. Johns River" (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 112: Prints: Vinton, J.R. sketch of Lighthouse at Key Biscayne (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 113: Negative: sketch, Vinton, J.R. of Cape Florida (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 114: Correspondence: Research on newspaper "People's World" (Reproduction), 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 115: Correspondence: Research on newspaper "People's World" (Reproduction), 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 116: Correspondence: Florida Civil War Centennial Commission (Reproduction), 1960-1965Add to your cart.
Folder 117: Correspondence: Print: Vinton, J.R. Osceola (Reproduction), 1948-1952Add to your cart.
Folder 118: Correspondence: Print: Vinton, J.R. Osceola (Reproduction), 1948-1952Add to your cart.
Folder 119: Correspondence: Miscellaneous (Reproduction), 1940-1966Add to your cart.
Folder 120: Correspondence: Miscellaneous (Reproduction), 1940-1966Add to your cart.
Folder 121: Diary (Reproduction), 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 122: Maps: Settlements in North Florida, Georgia, 1775-1825 (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 123: Maps: Middle Florida, Approximate Seminole Indian Sites and Paths, 1775-1825 (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 124: Maps: Blueprint: "A Building for Asylum for Indigent Lunatics Chattahoochee Florida" (Reproduction), 1892Add to your cart.
Folder 125: Notebooks: Journal of Botanical Studies and References, 1889-1968 (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 126: Notebooks: Medical (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 127: Notebooks: Medical (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 128: Notebooks: Model ship building (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 129: Notebooks: Orchid cultivation (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 130: Notebooks: Samples and methods of air analysis (Reproduction), n.d.Add to your cart.

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