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Description archivistique
Freeland Family papers - 1885-1950s
HMA0148 · Collection · 1885-1950s

Articles, clippings, pamphlets on Florida subjects, as well as on the activities of William Leonard Freeland, attorney and judge, and his wife Helen Elizabeth Comstock Freeland. Includes papers on Florida history, and full newspaper coverage of the 1926 hurricane. Photographs include the Orange Grove Elementary School and family portraits

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Lear School records - 1934-1939
HMA0211 · Collection · 1934-1939

Handbooks, clippings, promotional material, yearbooks, newsletters, photographic prints and other memorabilia record scholastic and recreational activities of the Lear School from the 1930s to its closing in 1989.

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HMA0401 · Collection · 1907-1936

Views of the FEC Key West Extension construction and dismantling, Long Key Fishing Camp, Bahia Honda Bridge, Henry Flagler on first train into Key West, 1909 Key West hurricane and the construction of the Overseas Highway. One group shows some Miami Beach schools being constructed under the aegis of the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, a New Deal Program. The postcards are Miami area views, and includes images of the Royal Palm Hotel and the Fair building.

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1986-068 · Collection · 1937-1947

Most of this collection pertains to Miami Edison Senior High School. Other schools include Highland Park and Shadowlawn Elementary schools, and Robert E. Lee Junior High

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Jeanne Bellamy Bills papers - 1931-1975
HMA0145 · Collection · 1931-1975

Collection covers committee, agency and individual writings on the Everglades, the Biscayne aquifer, Lake Okeechobee, Biscayne Bay, urban growth and farming impacts on water resources, saltwater intrusion, flood control, and related water issues. Other material included: South Florida (later Variety, now Miami) Children's Hospital under construction; a 1960 plan to revitalize Miami's downtown business district, and a 1976 Dade County Public Schools report.

Folder 3 in box 2 gives a summary of events pertaining to documents in boxes 1 and 2.

Maps, charts, oversized pamphlets pertaining to water control in southeast Florida, 1940-1970s

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HMA0125 · Collection · 1800s-1998

Photocopies of legal and historical materials, typescripts, minutes, reports and notes relate either to Arva Moore Parks' research or to her work on various community boards. Includes considerable material on the deliberations that preceded the restoration of the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables. Material on the Bi-Tri Racial Advisory Committee dates from 1977-1988; that of the New World Advisory Committee, from 1977 to 1982.

The 2016 accural contains copies of documents, newspaper articles and ephemera pertaining to the City of Miami Police, aviation and the Port of Miami.

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HMA0158 · Collection · 1930-1968

Newspaper clippings, conference programs, reports and memorabilia record the activities of the Dade County PTA and its members as well as school programs and local educational concerns. Books for 1930 and 1931, which celebrate the association's first decade, have considerable historical detail including individual school histories. The 1938-1939 book also has some loose material from the early 1940s. The 1944 and 1945 books are narrowest in scope, basically covering the state PTA convention, held respectively in Sarasota and Daytona Beach. The 1966-1968 book includes clippings on the 1968 teachers' walkout. Many of the books are dedicated to Mrs. Walter Beckham, who was PTA president for a number of years

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HMA0197 · Collection · 1895-1978

Typescripts, brochures and magazines pertaining to the history of the school from its inception as the Pineknot Camp to the merger with the Everglades School for Girls in 1974. Included are brochures, fund-raising drive files, reports and the original inventory of the Ransom School Library. Most of the papers on the school's history are photocopies from past publications.

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G. Holmes Braddock Papers - 1950-2000
HMA0304 · Collection · 1950-2000 (predominant: 1960-1970)

The G. Holmes Braddock collection contains newspaper clippings, unbound scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence and ephemera from Mr. Braddock’s term as a Miami-Dade School Board member (1962-2000). Most of the material focuses on the integration of Miami schools. Items of note includes unbound scrapbooks and letters sent to Mr. Braddock both in support and disagreement of integration.

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HMA0130 · Collection · 1982-1992

Research, including photographic prints and negatives, on Dade County and South Florida, particularly: Miami River, Dade County Schools, South Florida archaeology, Tropical Audubon Society, Arch Creek and local designation reports and National Register nominations.

Arch Creek papers Include applications to the National Register of Historic Places Inventory; for a Dade County Historic Site designation; and for a state archaeological site listing. Also includes photocopies of reports by Robert Carr and Dan D. Laxson. A substantial though unsorted collection of editorials, news articles and other writings document several attempts to save the property for public use; the establishment of a park and museum, and efforts to restore the area's native vegetation.

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HMA0089 · Collection · 1916-1957

Yearbooks, student register, clippings, prints and other memorabilia follow the history of a long time Miami private school. Includes copies of The Frond (yearbook) from 1929-1957 (missing 1943). Card file trays with 4X6" cards list students from 1916 on; information includes enrollment dates, addresses, and occasionally family information, colleges attended, marriages and children. Two of the scrapbooks have clippings about school or graduates' activities: others have photographic prints, not usually dated or labelled; one green scrapbook has dated (1957-1961) photoprints, and appears to show the school after it moved from Miami to Palm City.

Album of photographs of former students, as children and adults, photographs of their families and letters from them to Miss Harris,1952-1954.

Four albums with photographs of students and Miss Harris, 1938-19--

Miss Harris' School scrapbook of graduates,1937-1959 (bulk 1945-1955). Mostly newspaper clippings from newspaper society pages documenting engagements, weddings and social activities of graduates of Miss Harris' School. A few clippings pertain to the history of the school itself. Also includes some photographic prints and invitations.

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