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Name 1970s
Number of Archive records 20
Number of Library records 3
Number of Object records 0
Number of Photo records 6
Updated -4712-01-01

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1959.1.1 - Box One

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

1959.1.1 - Box One

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

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

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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

1959.37.14 - 1998

40 Florida Times Union articles 1/2 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/22 2/14 2/15 3/7 3/21 4/4 4/29 5/13 5/20 5/24 5/27 5/28 5/30 6/10 7/4 7/5 7/15 7/19 7/29 8/8 8/9 9/2 9/9 9/13 9/30 10/11 10/21 10/28 11/1 11/4 11/8 11/28 12/2 12/16 12/19 12/27

2011.20.7 - Jacksonville Jaycee News

Fifty-four (54) copies of the newsletter "Jacksonville Jaycee News," covering from May 9, 1968 to March 18, 1970. There are many missing newsletters, especially for 1969 and 1970. Also included is one October 7, 1973 "Jacksonville Jaycee Bulletin."

2011.4.2 - Jacksonville Bold City Map

One (1) copy of the 1972 Brothers Baird stylized Jacksonville "Bold New City" map.

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MC1.14 -

1975 Gator Bowl Association Stadium Club Member

MC19.1 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 1

This collection contains Jacksonville Terminal Company Daily Reports for the period of October 3, 1968 through March 7, 1970 Inventory/finding aid available

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.

MC19.11 - Jax Term. Co. -- Tube 11

This collection contains various drawings. Drawings 1 through 26; less drawings 18,19,21 and 22 Inventory/finding aid available.

MC19.12 - Jax Term. Co. -- Books 1-13

This collection contains various Jacksonville Terminal Company books including: Jacksonville Downtown People Mover, Final Report on Project Feasibility, Nov. 1979; Jacksonville Terminal Company Cash Books, 1911 - 1919; Jacksonville Terminal Company, General Ledger, No. 9, Jan. 1924 - Dec. 1928; Jacksonville Terminal Company Voucher Registers, 1894-1923 (incomplete). Inventory/finding aid available.

MC19.3 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 3

This collection contains Jacksonville Terminal Company Daily Reports for the period June 26, 1970 through April 20, 1971 Inventory/finding aid available.

MC19.5 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 5

This collection contains Jacksonville Terminal Company Memorandum Journal Entries for the period August 1932 through February 1945 (various months) Inventory/finding aid available.

MC19.6 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 6

This collection contains various Jacksonville Terminal Company papers including: Memorandum Journal Entries for the period March 1945 through Oct 1960 various months Report of compensations for the following months: Dec 1940 June 1941 Sept 1941 Dec 1941 Sept 1942 Dec 1942 Statement of operations for the following periods March through June 1927 July through Dec 1927 Jan through May 1928 June through Sept 1928 Sept through Dec 1928 with Jan 1929 included Feb through March 1929 June through August 1929 Operating exspense and direct charges Jan through March 1923 April through June 1923 July through Sept 1923 Oct through De

MC19.7 - Jax Term. Co. -- Box 7

This collection contains various Jacksonville Terminal Company papers including: Operating expense and direct charges, monthly from January 1924 thru September 1926 Correspondance regarding 1930 IRS refund Report of operations 1935 Balance sheets: June 1922; September 1922; Oprating and guarantee agreement; December 1, 1947 Income tax returns - 1941 thru 1943; parts 1 and 2 Miscellaneous accounting papers - various years Accounting adjustments Miscellaneous drawing lists Specifications extracted from City of Jacksonville specifcations - not dated ROW and track maps for North Division Varisous track maps and detail drawings Inventory/finding aid available.

P14.1 - Digitized Early Jewish Community Photographs

One (1) collection of digital photographs digitized from images originally contained in a white binder entitled "Early Jewish Community Photographs," lent by the donor to the Jacksonville Historical Society for the purpose of digitization and returned to the donor upon digitization.

P14.2 - Ahavath Chesed Temple History in Photos

One (1) compact disk titled, "Congregation Ahavath Chesed- The Temple: History in Photos." The front of the CD also says "The Temple History in Photos 1882- 2007." CD is currently stored in the folder file for P14 and a digital copy is contained with the digital photographs P14.1 under the computer file "Early Jewish Community Photographs Collection."

SB4 -

This collection contains the United Daughters of Confederacy Martha Reid Chapter #19 Scrapbooks and other documents. The General Organization of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was founded in Nashville, Tennessee, on September 10, 1894, by Mrs. Caroline Meriwether Goodlett of Tennessee as Founder and Mrs. Lucian H. (Anna Davenport) Raines of Georgia as Co- Founder. The UDC is the outgrowth of numerous ladies’ hospital associations, sewing societies and knitting circles that worked throughout the South during the American Civil War to supply the needs of the soldiers. After the War, these organizations kept pace with the changing times and evolved into cemetery, memorial, monument a