Florida Memory is administered by the Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services, Bureau of Archives and Records Management. The digitized records on Florida Memory come from the collections of the State Archives of Florida and the special collections of the State Library of Florida.
State Archives of Florida
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Discover hundreds of digitized videos and film footage from the Florida Photographic Collection at the State Archives. These videos cover a variety of topics, including commerce, tourism, politics and more.
For a more complete listing of videos in the holdings of the Archives, visit our film guide.
The Bluegrass & Old-Time Program
Correspondence from a prominent Union Army engineer who played a significant role in military operations in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
This exhibit features brief biographies and letters written by 15 women who have made significant contributions to the state's history.
A guide to government records and manuscript collections relating to service members and the wartime experience.
21 tracks from Hurston's time documenting African American culture for the WPA in 1930s Florida.
Contain documents and photos arranged by topic that teachers can use in their lesson plans