This exhibit provides images of historically significant documents from the collections of the State Archives of Florida. These documents represent some of the formative events in Florida's history and offer an important resource to researchers and students.
Learn about key topics in Florida's history illustrated with photographs, selected documents, audio recordings and videos from the collections at the State Library and Archives of Florida.
This exhibit provides a brief history of Florida's role in World War I. It features photographs, documents and audio from the holdings of the State Library and Archives of Florida. The documents and media displayed here represent only a fraction of the many WWI-related resources available on Florida Memory and in the collections of the State Library and Archives.
This exhibit highlights the experience of Florida and Floridians during World War II using photographs, documents and film from the holdings of the State Library and Archives of Florida for illustration. The documents and media displayed here represent only a fraction of the many World War II-related resources available on Florida Memory and in the collections of the State Library and Archives.
This exhibit features a short history of the Apollo program and its impact on Florida, illustrated with photographs, tourist literature and other documents that capture the excitement of the Space Age.
This exhibit is an animated map series from the State Library and Archives of Florida. The project uses Google Earth to create animated videos using historic and modern maps, photographs, and primary source documents from our collections.
This exhibit consists of 88 individual series that document the performances by, interviews with, and fieldwork surveys of folk musicians, artisans, storytellers, folklife interpreters, and other Florida peoples and their traditions.
A Sesquicentennial Exhibit
This exhibit commemorated the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.
In celebration of the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth on February 12, 1809, the State Archives of Florida presents an exhibit of documents that refer to Lincoln as a presidential candidate and the leader of the Union during the Civil War.
Documents included in the exhibit range from descriptions of the health effects of travel in the new territory from some of Tallahassee's first citizens, to recollections of midwives who worked during the 1930s.
In the 1890s, Florida became home to one of the state's most interesting and influential pioneering communities: the Koreshan Unity.
This exhibit contains a handwritten copy of the will of Zephaniah Kingsley from the 1886 Supreme Court case files and two documents concerning the contesting of Zephaniah Kingsley's will.
This timeline places selected documents and pages from the Florida Memory Project in the context of Florida history.
Photo exhibit on different photographic processes which includes: daguerreotype, ambrotype, tintype, glass negatives, salt prints, crayon portraits, cyanotypes, albumen prints, stereoview, lantern slides, nitrocellulose film, safety film, polyester, and digital.
Photo exhibits spotlight various topics in Florida history and are accompanied by brief text intended to place selected materials in historical context.
This exhibit features brief biographies and letters written by 15 women who have made significant contributions to the state's history.