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Hubbell family photograph album - 1923?
02/ · Colección · 1923?

Most snapshots pertain to a mechanical sugar cane harvester that the Hubbells tried out in Moore Haven and in Cuba. Other views are of Moore Haven, Cuba, sugar plantations, and the Hubbell family.

Album appears to have been compiled by Henry Salem Hubbell.

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02/ · Colección · circa 1883-1979 (predominant: 1963-1979)

Photographs collected from various sources for an exhibition in Wainwright Park (Miami, Fla.). Views include landscapes, native plants, insects, and animals that can be seen in Wainwright Park, although the pictures were shot in many South Florida locations. Photographers include City of Miami naturalist Ralph Beaudry.

Some copies of 19th century photographs by Ralph Munroe are included.

Includes color slides, 4x5 transparencies, laserprints, and black-and-white photographic prints.

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03/ · Colección · 1914-1931

Record books are missing many pages; remaining information pertains to Miami Beach sales figures, use of electricity, water and so on for varying years. Papers include a proposal addressed to the Miami Beach City Commission, for improvements to be made in 1926, two maps showing these proposed sewers, paving and water mains; and a report from the Miami Beach City Auditor for August 1931

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03/ · Colección · 1958-1959

Two letters to Dr. Tebeau, one concerning an attempt to persuade Mrs. Stranahan to write her memoirs.

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04/ · Colección · 1970-1985 (predominant: (bulk 1984-1985))

Interviews of Jewish women in Dade County, Florida. Narrators relate their career accomplishments and their role in the Jewish community. Narrators are: Bertha Abess, Mollie Brilliant, Lois Dobrin, Judy Drucker, Myra Farr, Adele Faske, Audrey Finkelstein, Goldie Goldstein, Rose Gordon, Ruth Greenfield, Rhea P. Grossman, Hannah Kahn, Marcia Kanner, Helen Kohen, Bertha Claire Lee, Sylvia Levin, Malvina Liebman, Nancy Lipoff, Sadie Rosenblum, Sandy Rubinstein, Marilyn Segal, Ruth Shack, Edith Irma Siegel, Mollie Silverman, Lily Stone, Marilyn Smith, Bette Tomar Taicher, and Claire Weintraub (interviewed in 1970).

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Herstory Committee records - 2003-2006
04/ · Colección · 2003-2006

The records contain biographical data and notes pertaining to the achievements and contributions made by notable women in various professional fields in the South Florida community. They consist mostly of nomination forms, photographs, resumes, newspaper clippings, articles and other supporting documents used to produce the book, Beyond Julia's Daughters.

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Proclamations - 1897-1977
07/ · Colección · 1897-1977

Artificial collection comprised mostly of proclamations to various individuals for community service.

08/ · Colección · 1925-1926

Newspaper clippings and notes pertain to real estate and banking matters at the height of the Florida land boom. Collection also includes letters of recommendation for M.L. Sumner

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1953-001 · Colección · circa 1910-1945

Autographed studio portraits of journalists, politicians, businessmen, and celebrities. Includes William Jennings Bryan, Doyle E. Carlton, Glenn Curtiss, Jack Dempsey, Duncan Fletcher, Johnny Gruelle, William Randolph Hearst, Herbert Hoover, Claude Pepper, Eddie Rickenbacker, Frank B. Stoneman, S. Davies Warfield, Gar Wood, and others.

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1963-032 · Colección · 1896-

Mainly albumen prints mounted on cardboard and shot by various photographers. The scenes depict streets, buildings, and the like in the City of Miami, from its founding in 1896 through its first few decades.

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