Guide to African American Resources in the State Library and Archives of Florida
Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum
The Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum is housed in the Carnegie Library on the Campus of Florida A&M University. Its mission is to collect, preserve, dispense and display materials relevant to the history and culture of African Americans and black people worldwide. Among the half million documents and thousands of artifacts housed at the repository are letters, photographs, slave papers, military records, manuscripts, and an oral history collection.
Carnegie Library, Florida A&M University Campus, Tallahassee, FL 32307,
Riley House Museum Center for African American History and Culture
The mission of the Riley House Museum Center for African American History and Culture is to preserve the John G. Riley House and the cultural and educational history of African Americans in Tallahassee and the State of Florida from the Reconstruction Era through Civil Rights.
419 Jefferson St., Tallahassee, FL 32311, (850) 681-7881
Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida
The mission of the Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida is to collect, preserve, and encourage research into source materials documenting the black experience in South Florida. The collection includes manuscripts, photographs, documents, souvenir programs and research materials and is used by scholars, students, and the public. The organization also maintains a speaker's bureau and sponsors community events and educational programs in support of its mission.
5400 NW 22nd Ave., Bldg. C, Suite 101, Miami, FL 33142, (305) 636-2390