Miscellaneous Manuscripts Box 7

Miscellaneous Manuscripts

Box 7

 

Folder 1                4 various documents including instructions for making paper cartridges, a letter from Josephus Anderson, editor of the Florida Christian Advocate in Leesburg.  Program from 1909 graduated from Ft. Pierce Jr. High graduation. A 14 page typescript by Myrtle Hilliard Crow on the history of Kissimmee.

Folder 2                Information on John Gorrie contained in correspondence with Laurel Buxton Hobbs & FHS in 1941.  Also contains pamphlets & articles about Gorrie.

Folder 3                Pamphlets & election material on Governor David Sholtz.

Folder 4                Typescripts & photocopies of various articles about General Duncan Clinch. Includes biographical information.

Folder 5                The Blount family of Pensacola --documents, campaign literature, & biographical information on W.A. Blount & Thomas M. Blount.

Folder 6                Judah P. Benjamin—various articles ranging from 1914-1951.

Folder 7                William Bartram—printed material including publicity for books about Mr. Bartram, programs for events celebrating his birth.  Also 35 page pamphlet about John Bartram’s house and garden in Philadelphia.

Folder 8                2 typescripts made from John Cabell Breckinridge’s diary from 1866-1868 about his time in Europe after he fled US when Civil War was over.  Diary has hand written corrections.  Used for A.J. Hanna’s book Flight to Oblivion.

Folder 9                Kay E. Gilmour souvenir collection  of 30 brochures re: Miami Beach, Cuba & Key West from 1941 trip to south Florida.  Also includes 9 photographs from the area.

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