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Name 1910s
Number of Archive records 27
Number of Library records 0
Number of Object records 0
Number of Photo records 30
Updated -4712-01-01

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1959.1.1 - Box One

One (1) box containing postcards, newspaper clippings, and writings.

Image of 1959.13.01 - Correspondence, Joseph E. Lee.

1959.13.01 - Correspondence, Joseph E. Lee.

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.02 - Correspondence, Rosa Lee

1959.13.02 - Correspondence, Rosa Lee

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.03 - Correspondence, Political

1959.13.03 - Correspondence, Political

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.04 - Correspondence, Organizational and Philanthropic

1959.13.04 - Correspondence, Organizational and Philanthropic

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.05 - Correspondence, Miscellaneous.

1959.13.05 - Correspondence, Miscellaneous.

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

1959.13.13-16 - Court documents

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.07 - Business and Calling Cards and Announcements

1959.13.07 - Business and Calling Cards and Announcements

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

1959.13.09 - Newspapers

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.11 - Advertising, Mail Order, and Subscriptions

1959.13.11 - Advertising, Mail Order, and Subscriptions

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

Image of 1959.13.12 - Miscellaneous

1959.13.12 - Miscellaneous

This collection contains letters, documents and newspapers collected by Josph E. Lee and his wife Rosa. Mr. Lee was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 15, 1849. He received a degree in law from Howard University. He became a lawyer and a minister for the AME Church ( he also had a Doctorate in Divinity). He represented Duval County in the Florida House of Representatives in 1875, 1877 and 1879; in the Florida Senate in 1881. He also served as a Jacksonville Municipal Judge in 1888, as Duval County Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1889, U.S. Collector of the Port of Jacksonville 1890-1894 and US Collector of Internal Revenue for the Florida District in 1897-1913. He died in Jacksonville on Mar

2011.11.1 - The Dixie Newspaper

One (1) bound copy of Dixie, a Jacksonville, Florida newspaper edited by Claude L'Engle. Bound dates cover from December 3, 1910 (first issue) to November 25, 1911.

Image of 2011.15 - 1913 Seminole Club Charter, Rules, Officers and Members

2011.15 - 1913 Seminole Club Charter, Rules, Officers and Members

One (1) book of the 1913 Seminole Club of Jacksonville's Charter, Rules, Officers and Members.

2011.23.1 - Bench Docket No. 5

One (1) large hardback book of Bench Docket No. 5 Criminal Court of Record Duval County Florida, covering from around 1910 to around 1912, containing the name of those arrested, their charge, and some information regarding their case.

2011.29.2 - Mock-ups and Newsletters Scrapbook

One (1) scrapbook from The Cohen Brothers Department Store and The St. James Realty & Department Store Company, in Jacksonville, Florida, including multiple copies or mock-ups of "Store News- Current Events of 'The Big Store'" from 1920 as well as copies and mock-ups of envelopes and letterhead, c. 1910s and 1920s.

2013.9.1 - Letters

Five (5) letters and envelopes regarding Miss Irene Chambers and Miss Susie Anderson.

L5.1 -

One (1) folder containing thirty-six (36) letters and thirty-six (36) envelopes from the 1910s and 1920s addressed to either Julius Hirschberg or Morton Hirschberg. Most of the letters were written to Mr. Morton Hirschberg at the address Box 1035, Jacksonville, Florida.

MC10.1 - Old Arlington/Gilmore/Post Office Collection

This collection contains: 4 x 6 images of the Gilmore, Hawley, Cuzner family, and the Gilmore School; 8 1/2 x 11 images of the Gilmore M.E. (Methodist Episcopal) Church, the Gilmore home, Gilmore Homestead, and Gilmore family; copies of deeds of land, Homestead Patents for Archibald Gilmore Jr.; The Jacksonville, Mayport & Pablo Railway and Navigation Company (Known as the JM & P); Arlington Post Office Memories; "I Remember" written by Margaret L. Gilmore Torkelson, written in 1972; Gilmore Community History, by Cleve Powell; and email correspodence between Deane Briggs, Cleve Powell, and Robert (Bob) Sikes.

MC19.2 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 2

This collection contains Jacksonville Terminal Company Daily Reports for the period of March 7 , 1970 through June 25, 1970 Inventory/finding aid available.

MC19.10 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 10

This collection contains accounts recievable book 1906 through 1982 Inventory/finding aid available.