Showing Collections: 1 - 30 of 161
The 1947 Flood Collection contains photographs of downtown Fort Lauderdale affected by floods caused by multiple hurricanes.
The African American Success Foundation (AASF) collection contains research papers, journals, newsletters, organizational papers and ephemera.
The African Missions Postcard Collection contains over 500 postcards depicting indigenous African peoples, landscapes, religious orders, missions and missionary workers.
The Alcee Hastings Collection contains former Congressman Alcee L. Hastings' plaques and certificates, photographs, printed materials and objects such as a gavel.
The Alex Haley papers consists of manuscripts including those from his time with the Saturday Evening Post, Boy's Life Magazine and Kiwanis Magazine. The collection also includes correspondence, photographs, record albums, and other materials documenting Alex Haley's professional and personal life. Fan mail during the popularity of the book and the subsequent television series "Roots", as well as photographs of Alex Haley are also included.
The Allan McElhiney Collection contains WWII photographs documenting life in Ft. Lauderdale from 1942 to 1945. Photographs primarily contain those from servicemen's canteen.
Ann Griffis collection contains photos and notebook.
The Anthony Kozla Collection contains clippings and photographs belonging to professional photographer Anthony Kozla.
The Arthur Letson Collection contains photographs taken during the 1950s of Arthur Letson and his family in Broward County, Florida.
The Arthur "Red" Sweeny Collection contains photographs, awards, certificates, and correspondence documenting Coach Arthur "Red" Sweeney.
The Bennett Collection contains books, postcards, photographs and records from the Broward County School system, circa 1926-1963. Content in this collection highlights the career of Ulric Joseph Bennett, Superintendent of Broward County Schools.
The Bernard Plotnick Papers contains a title abstract for a plot of land in Progresso, Florida, made by the Plotnick and Plotnick company.
The Bill Whitson Collection contains 42 photographs of various buildings in Hollywood and Dania Beach. These buildings include municipal government, postal offices, hotes, theaters, and schools.
The Boyd family collection contains correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and awards from the Boyd family. Family papers include those from Gertrude A. Boyd, Catherine Boyd Fahrion and Alice Boyd Stevens.
The Broward County Historical Commission Millennium Quilt Project Collection contains correspondence, photographs, ephemera, and textiles related to the Millennium Quilt Project.
The Carlisle Collection contains photographs that document the Carlisle family in 1924 and 1926 Hurricane flood damage.
The Charles E. Barnes Collection contains personal papers, certificates, photographic reproductions, and a fireman’s helmet belonging to Charles E. Barnes of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Charles Rodes Collection contains photographs of Charles G. Rodes, his friends and family.
The Clark Collection contains color postcards of hotels, scenery, flora and landmarks of Fort Lauderdale, Florida from the 1950s.
The Clyde Brown Collection contains photographs of Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood Florida during the 1920s.
The Cooper Collection contains one negative and 14 photographs (copies) owned by Lorna Cooper, daughter of Orice D. Hart, who constructed many historic Broward county buildings.
Photographs of Fort Lauderdale
Dianne Richardson Thompson Collection contains photographs of Fort Lauderdale, Florida during the 1930s.
The Donald G. Lester Collection contains a number of photographs of Donald G. and Hugh C. Lester during World War II.
The Dorothy Porter Wesley Collection contains manuscript materials, clippings, research files, corresspondence and books documenting Afro-Brazilian, African American, and Afro-Caribbean history and culture. The collection also contains manuscript material including photographs, newspapers, and correspondence documenting the professional life of librarian and bibliophile, Dorothy Porter Wesley.
The James William Dickey Collection contains original photographs of early Hollywood, Florida.
- Broward County Historical Archives 136
- African American Research Library and Cultural Center 20
- Bienes Museum of the Modern Book: The Dianne and Michael Bienes Special Collections and Rare Book Library 5
- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) 5
- Hurricanes 2
- African American librarians 1
- Banyan tree 1
- Boathouses 1
- Broward County (Fla.) 1
- Florida -- Politics and government 1
- Florida, South 1
- Library directors 1
- Lighthouse Point (Fla.) 1
- Morrison, Samuel F., 1936- -- Correspondence 1
- Palm Beach County (Fla.) 1
- Postcards 1
- Public libraries -- Florida -- Fort Lauderdale 1
- Public libraries -- Florida -- Frostproof 1
- Restaurants 1
- School buildings 1
- Segregation in education 1
- Shipwrecks 1
- Teachers 1 ∧ less
- African American Research Library and Cultural Center 1
- Alta Clark (Alta May Clark) 1
- Broward County Library 1
- Chicago Public Library. Harold Washington Library Center 1
- Florida. Legislature. House of Representatives 1