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The First Baptist Church of Fort Myers opened in 1892 and is one of the first churches in Southwest Florida. The organization continues to hold religous services in conjunction with City Gate Ministries. The collection consists of, but is not limited to, documents, books, photographs, and genealogical records of the congregation, as well as adminstrative documents pertaining to the church.
This collection consists of documents, photographs, and ephemera belonging to the First United Methodist Church of Fort Myers, located in Downtown Fort Myers, Florida. This collections documents the history, evolution, and eventual conclusion of this church, from the time it was first established in 1872 until its conclusion in 2016.
Materials included in the Floridiana collection include maps, postcards, and publications (1730-1970) pertaining to the development of Florida, government ordinances, and government reports relating to Florida.
The Historic Newspaper Collection is a varriety of newspapers from cities in Southwest Florida. The newspapers include Caloosahatchee Current, Hendry County News, The Fort Myers Press, The Florida Flambeau, The Caloosa Belle, The Community Press, and others. Their dates range from 1920-2018.
Consists of personal papers, correspondence, and field notes, documents regarding Kevin Erwins' personal career and his environmental investigations/cases, photographs, publications, and administrative records documenting Erwins' career as a world-renown consulting ecologist.
The materials within this collection include a variety of manuscripts and letters from various different authors.
The music collection contains two series.holds hundreds of different composer's sheet music that spans across centuries. The sheet music is arranged accoding to the composer who wrote the music.
The Oral Histories that are included within this collection includes Florida Gulf Coast University. This sub-series of oral histories includes staff, faculty, and administration telling of their expierences relating to FGCU. The second oral history that is included is the Southwest Florida Oral Histories. Residents from LaBelle and other communities in the Southwestern Florida area told their stories of growing up.
Suite of Six (6) "Dali Interprets Currier and Ives" Limited Edition lithographs with an original sales Presentation Marquis Poster (seven works total) by Salvador Dali (1904-1989). The works were published in 1971, all are personally signed and numbered by Salvador Dali. All works are Certified Authentic by Albert Field, founder of the Salvador Dali Archives.
The Land Boom in the 1920's changed the landscape of Florida, causing the population to rise and the Florida economy to boom, helping to create the Florida that is today. The Turner 1920s Florida Land Boom collection consists of publications, advertisements, photographs, and research done by Greg M. Turner.
Consists of book manuscripts, correspondence with Knopf publishers, galley proofs, and ephemera documenting Aardema's career from 1991 - 1997.
- Social science. 5
- History 4
- Journalism 3
- Political science. 3
- Religion. 3
- Administration. 2
- Civil rights. 2
- Environment 2
- Estero (Fla.) 2
- Everglades (Fla.) 2
- Feminism. 2
- Florida. 2
- Forensic anthropology. 2
- Fort Myers (Fla.) 2
- LaBelle (Fla.) 2
- Sarasota Bay (Fla.) 2
- Sexual assault 2
- Tourism--Florida. 2
- Activist art 1
- Activists 1 ∧ less
- French 1
- German 1
- Turner, Gregg M. 2
- Aardema, Verna 1
- Dalí, Salvador 1
- Ellen Peterson 1
- Flagler, Henry Morrison, 1830-1913 1