|n2012-9_b001_f01_06||B. W. Fontane, Dealer in General Merchandise, Micanopy, Envelope, ca. 1883||image||General stores--Florida--Micanopy|
|sle_alachua_01||Dunmore's Burgers Restaurant Menu, ca. 1990||text||Restaurants--Florida--Micanopy|
|flc_917.59-g762_01||Florida Highway Map, 1921||text||Road maps||/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/flc_917.59-g762_01.jpg
Florida Highway Map, 1921
- Black and white map of Florida's highways as of 1921. The map differentiates between improved roads and roads of poor, fair, or good quality. The Panhandle region was either not included in this map or is missing. The map was included as an inset in Homer D. Grant, "The Traveler's Guide of Florida with Map" (New York: n.p., 1921).
|flc_917.5979-w371_01||Map of Alachua County, 1883||text||Railroads|
Map of Alachua County, 1883
- Map of townships, railroads, county roads, and communities in Alachua and parts of the surrounding counties. The map is notable for its inclusion of a number of smaller railroads that were later absorbed into larger railroad networks. Shown on the map are the: Live Oak, Tampa & Charlotte Harbor Railroad, Florida Southern Railroad, Florida Transit Railroad, Peninsular Railroad, Green Cove Springs & Midland Railroad, and Green Cove Springs & Melrose Railroad. Printed facing page 6 of Charles Henry Webber's The Eden of the South, Descriptive of the Orange Groves, Vegetable Farms, Strawberry Fields, Peach Orchards, Soil, Climate, Natural Peculiarities, and the People of Alachua County Florida (New York, 1883).