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This fun and colorful mousepad will liven up your workspace while reminding you that the vast resources of Florida Memory are just a click away. The vintage postcard design features iconic images touching on many aspects of Florida's rich history and culture.
This mousepad represents the State Archives' commitment to expanding public access to family history resources through Florida Memory. Examples of our most frequently used resources are incorporated into the design.
Each CD features music from the Florida Folklife Collection. In addition to ordering CDs in hardcopy, you can download them in their entirety from Florida Memory. Click on the images to read liner notes and download individual tracks or complete albums.
From "Shove It Over," a WPA recording of a work song performed by Zora Neale Hurston, to "Orange Blossom Special," performed by Gamble Rogers and Will McLean, this compliation spans 50 years of Florida folk music.
This compilation features selections from well-known artists such as Don Grooms, Etta Baker, Bill Monroe, Doc Watson, and Jean Ritchie.
Old-time string band music and bluegrass music have deep roots in Florida. The selections on this disc are from groups that range from amateurs to seasoned professionals– inlcuding the "Father of Bluegrass Music" himself, Bill Monroe.
The music presented on this blues compilation was selected from hundreds of hours of Florida Folk Festival performances and field recordings spanning 25 years, from 1977 to 2002.
This 16x20 inch poster highlights one of the earliest known photographs of Florida, an 1849 Key West daguerreotype, as well as the State Archives' vast Florida Photographic Collection and the history of the photographic process.
This 16x20 inch poster features over 200 key Florida topics, concepts and places, arranged in the shape of the Sunshine State. Photos, documents or other resources for all of these terms are available on the Florida Memory website.
This brief introduction to Florida Memory is perfect for distributing at libraries, schools, conferences, museums, historical societies, or anyplace Florida history and culture is a topic of interest.