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The Oleta Williams Dunworth Collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence and postcards documenting new river front homes in Fort Lauderdale Florida.
The Olivia Goldsmith Collection contains manuscripts, books, and other materials related to author Olivia Goldsmith's (1949-2004) first five novels and her guidebook, "Simple Isn't Easy", published between 1992 and 1996.
The Ormsby Family Collection contains scrapbooks, clippings, photographs and correspondence, and a 70th congressional directory.
Copies of original photographs and scrapbook clippings.
The Potter Collection contains photographs of landmarks of South East Florida. The collection documents Lake Worth and Hillsboro.
The Powell Collection contains photographs of Lake Worth, Palm Beach, and other landmarks in South Florida.
The Rachel Wagner Collection contains pictures, news clippings related to Stranahan House and Broward County materials.
The Rickards Collection contains photographs, correspondence and newspaper clippings based on Fort Lauderdale founding Rickards family.
The Riverside Hotel collection includes a single black and white photograph of the Riverside Hotel, c. 1986.
Scrapbook with photographs taken in Hollywood, Florida circa 1930.
The Robert Carr Collection contains two photo albums, and ephemera documenting the Florida East Coast Railroad and the United States Naval Training School.
The Robert "Bob" Kerr Collection contains correspondence and letters from buisness man and former city manager Robert Morris Kerr.
The Ruby Haberly Hamilton Collection contains school and department store photographs.
The Russel Snow and Family Collection contains correspondence, photographs and newspaper clippings documenting the personal and professional life of former Fort Lauderdale mayor Russel Snow.
Ruth L. Pihl Collection contains a colorized photograph of Curci house located in Hollandale, FL circa 1920.
The Rooney Collection contains photographs and negatives Mr. and Mrs. Rooney. Mr. Rooney was the Civil War Veteran and Davie bridgetender.
Photographs and a negative of the Wimberly family in the early 20th century Broward County, Florida.
The Samuel F. Morrison Collection contains correspondence, books, professional and personal papers, photographs, scrapbooks, plaques, ephemera, vinyl records, VHS tapes documenting the professional and personal life of Librarian Samuel F. Morrison. Books and vinyl records donated by Samuel Morrison can be accessed through the Broward County Library catalog.
Newspaper clippings, sheet music, poems, lyrics.
he Scrapbook of Seminole Clippings contains two bound scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs and correspondence documenting Seminole life in Florida. The scrapbook was compiled by Mrs. F.D. Sheldon, a member of the Friends of the Seminole organization. The materials document Seminole life from April 1956 to April 1958.
The collection contains three postcards, photographs and one photo album of the Shackelford family, friend Katherine Rawls, and the Rawls family. Photographs date from the 1930s to 1940s. Genealogical materials such as family trees, a photocopy of Alexander W. "Henry" and Willie Shackelford’s marriage certificate, and notes on family members are also included.
The Showater Collection contains 1 photograph of the Pompano Casino Cafe, 1 photograph of Sandy Hobart Beach Rentals, 1 photograph general store, 11 photographs of agriculture, 1 photograph of South Federal Highway.
The Springer Collection contains photographs of various sites in Broward County and Miami, Florida during the 1920s. Sites include the Parrot Jungle Miami, Haines City, and Marathon, Florida.
The Stetson Kennedy Papers contains correspondence, research papers, writings and photographs that document his time within the Works Progress Administration's Federal Writers Project.
Stranahan High School Oral History Project Collection includes questionnaires, newspaper articles, and notes related to the stanahan High School administrative and academic communities.
Photographs of Fort Lauderdale from 1926 to 1947 and one church directory book from the First Christian Church.
- Broward County Historical Archives 125
- African American Research Library and Cultural Center 18
- Bienes Museum of the Modern Book: The Dianne and Michael Bienes Special Collections and Rare Book Library 3
- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) 2
- African American librarians 1
- Boathouses 1
- Broward County (Fla.) 1
- Florida -- Politics and government 1
- Hurricanes 1
- Library directors 1
- Morrison, Samuel F., 1936- -- Correspondence 1
- Palm Beach County (Fla.) 1
- Public libraries -- Florida -- Fort Lauderdale 1
- Public libraries -- Florida -- Frostproof 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