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The Erma Forbes Lewis Collection contains a single photograph, with 4 individual family members, standing in front of the Royal Bakery building.
The collection contains 16 black and white photographs documenting Paulson family properties damaged by a hurricane in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1926.
The Ethel Mizell Pappy family papers contains personal letters, newspaper clippings, photographs, plaques and certificates of the Mizell family of Broward County, Florida.
The collection contains two funeral record books of the Fannin Funeral Home in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The first record book covers February 1930 to September 26, 1934 and the second record book covers September 28, 1934 to May 17, 1938.
The Frank Conlon collection contains photographs and photocopies of booklets documenting the Hurricane of 1926 and of the Hollywood Hotel.
The Frank F. Meech Hurricane collection contains a number of photographs of damaged caused by the 1926 hurricane in Oakland Park, Florida.
The Frank Stirling Collection contains correspondence including telegrams and letters, book logs, bills, pamphlets, journals and receipt books related to Frank Stirling. Frank Stirling was the first mayor of Davie, Florida, a state representative and a horticulturist.
The Frank Trenary Collection contains 4 black and white photographs depicting African American schoolchildren in Pompano Beach, Florida.
The Frederick DeCoste Collection contains manuscript materials and research files of author Frederik deCoste. The collection contains manuscripts of the History of St. Augustine and A Short History of Spanish Florida. Research files include clippings magazines, and notes on Spanish Florida, St. Augustine, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
The George Tedder Collection contains books, photographs, awards, certificates, and film rolls documenting the professional and personal life of Judge George Tedder.
The Giles photograph collection contains six postcards dating from 1925-1926 that document Hollywood and Miami Florida. One shows the Hollywood Marimba band and five of the six postcards are panoramic postcards that depict the destruction of Miami in the wake of the 1926 hurricane.
The Glashagel collection contains a three page letter and original envelope from F. L. Barrick describing conditions in early Fort Lauderdale.
The Graham Family Collection contains photographs of Arthur A. Graham home, Fort Lauderdale, various South Florida beaches, newspapers and military uniform and helmet belonging to Sam Graham and related family.
The Hammerstein Collection contains four books including: The Wonder Book of Aircraft, edited by Harry Golding, The Alphabet of Aviation, 1928, Our Armed Forces, 1943, 1928 Industrial and Agricultural Guide to Miami (booklet). The collection also contains Hammerstein scrapbook and photographs from 1947.
The Hardy Family Collection consists of photos and documents.
The Harriet Meeks photograph collection includes 35 photographs, with images of the 1926 hurricane and the Meeks family from the 1920s through the 1950s.
The Harry Elmo Baker collection contains photographs, certificates, and newsletters that are related to the professional and personal life of Walter Reed Clark.
The Helen Landers Collection contains photographs of children from Fern Hall School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Children from Fern Hall School can be seen on the beach in the late 1940s.
The Henry G. Alsberg and Dora Thea [Dorothea] Hettwer Collection dates from 1935 to 1968 and includes original letters sent between Henry G. Alsberg and his secretary, Dora Thea Hettwer. Also included are original telephone transcripts of conversations between Federal Writers' Project staff and administration from 1935 to 1936.
The Herman Riediger and Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel Collection contains correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, advertisements, magazines, printed materials, certificates, programs, 1 cookbook written by Hermann Riediger, Pompano High School yearbooks, and objects. Materials document Hermann Riediger as the Food and Beverage Control Manager at the Lauderdale Beach Hotel and his daughter, Kathryn Riediger Heinley.
The Holloway Collection contains Photographs and Postcards.
The Howe Collection contains photographs, negatives, newspaper clippings, and a post card.
The Hugh W. Lester Sr. Collection contains photographs of the aftermath of the 1926 hurricane. The collection contains a 4,000 word article titled "The Great Florida Hurricane", written by Hugh C. Lester.
The Ivan and Frances Austin Collection contains original photographs and scrapbooks ranging from the years 1912-1988. Photographs include descriptions supplied by Ivan and Francis Austin to Cooper Kirk. Descriptions for photographs were made between the years 1986-1988. Photographs document Fort Lauderdale high school, and Fort Lauderdale, Florida during World War I.
The J. Dewey Hawkins Collection contains a wallet, hat, ribbons, and documents.
Photographs and news clippings belonging to Jack Egan. Collection includes photographs from the 1930s including those of fort Lauderdale high school, Port Everglades, and Fort Lauderdale Beach.
The Jake Watson Collection contains a photograph of the "dredge general." Jake Watson Sr. of Hollywood, Florida was captain of the dredge general which did the first deep water work at Port Everglades and cut through the ocean.
The James W. "Bill" Stevens Collection contains photographs, correspondence, printed material and clippings documenting James Stevens career as mayor of Oakland Park, Florida as well as his tenure as state senator. Personal photographs and correspondence are also included in the collection.
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