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2021-218 · Unidad documental compuesta · 03-27-2021
Parte de Poster Collection

Protest signs from Miami Beach residents expressing anger and frustration with the handling of the 2021 Spring Break. Issues such as crime, COVID, and lack/failure of planning were brought up.

2021-217 · Unidad documental compuesta · 10-22-2021
Parte de Poster Collection

Protest signs from a demonstration of Miami Beach workers and residents pertaining to a leaked Zoom meeting recording where mayor Dan Gelber appeared to be caught in a quid pro quo, offering developers entitlements in return for donations and the formation of a political action committee to sponsor his reelection.

HMF9027 · Colección · 2016-2019

The Miami Street Culture Project was an initiative to document and present cultural traditions practiced in the streets of Miami. HistoryMiami’s South Florida Folklife Center conducted fieldwork to identify prominent artistic, communal, recreational, and occupational traditions practiced within Miami’s neighborhoods and produced an exhibition to share these traditions with the larger community. In addition to field research and an exhibition, the project includes an artifact collection, a printed publication, and cultural programming. The purpose of the project was to research and highlight street traditions that give the city its unique character and identity.

HMA0433 · Colección · 2018

New World School of the Arts College's students participated in Documenting the Moving Landscape workshop. Led by Kayla Delacerda (ArtCenter/South Florida and BHQF Fellow), this photography and history workshop captures Miami's urban landscape and describes a cultural identity outside of the most visible and circulated images of South Florida.

Students participated in four walks:

Downtown and Overtown, 2018 March 8

Little Havana and Spring Garden, 2018 March 15

Brickell, 2018 March 22

North River Drive, 2018 April 5

Jerry Cohen collection - 1977-2017
HMA0072 · Colección · 1977-2017

The bulk of the collection is from events staged at the Actors Playhouse, Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center, Gables Stage and the Miami City Ballet. In addition to items from other South Florida theatres, there are programs and brochures from the Carbonell Awards for excellence in theatre and the arts in South Florida.

Additional materials donated in 2015, and covering the 2012-2015 seasons are housed in box 13. Also includes a DVD and correspondence outlining The New World Symphony’s initiative for increased funding to improve programs and community outreach.

In addtion to playbills, materials pertaining to Joe Robbie Stadium, Hialeah Racetrack, and the Marlins were donated as part of the 2017 accrual. Of note are the donor's scrapbook and licensing documents regarding a suite at Joe Robbie stadium, personal photographs at Hialeah Racetrack and World Series baseball ephemera. These materials may be found in boxes 15 and 16.

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HMF9026 · Colección · 2015-2017

The Florida Folklife Program sought to explore Miami’s inner world thirty years ago with the first Miami-Dade folklife survey conducted for the 1986 Florida Folk Festival. The survey highlighted Miami’s traditional culture and provided the impetus for the creation of the South Florida Folklife Center at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, now HistoryMiami Museum. In 2016, the Florida Folklife Program partnered with the now three-decades-old HistoryMiami South Florida Folklife Center to reexamine Miami’s folk traditions and paint a new portrait of the city by exploring the question, “What makes Miami, Miami?” Fieldwork was conducted by HistoryMiami Museum’s Folklife Specialist, Vanessa Navarro, and Vice President of Curatorial Affairs and former staff Folklorist, Michael Knoll. The project was overseen by the Florida Folklife Program’s State Folklorist, Amanda Hardeman.

This field research project focused on customs and practices that are unique to Miami, particularly the sayings, occupations, musical styles, dance forms, beliefs, rituals, celebrations, and foodways that are quintessentially “Miami.” The findings of this study informed the 2016 Florida Folk Festival, and the artists and presenters chosen for the program reflect a sampling of the components that make Miami the unique and vibrant city it is.

This collection consists of born digital materials. Please contact staff ahead of your visit to access these materials.

HMA0014 · Colección · 1870-2017

An artificial collection of photographic prints relating to the history of the Miami region and South Florida, collected by the archives from numerous sources from 1940 to the present.

Geographic headings include the Bahamas, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Cuba, Miami-Dade County, the Everglades region, Florida Keys, Hialeah, Key West, Miami, Miami Beach, etc.

Topical headings include agriculture (comptie starch, sugar, etc.), businesses and organizations (Burdines, etc.), ethnic groups (African Americans, Cubans, Haitians, Jews, Seminoles, etc.), hurricanes, sports (baseball, football, fishing, horse racing, j'ai alai, polo, sailing, etc.), transportation (aviation, automobiles, bridges, causeways, railroads, ships and boats, Tamiami Trail, etc.), tourism (attractions, alligators, etc.), and wars (Seminole, Spanish-American, world wars, etc.).

Biographical files include Brickell family, John C. Gifford (botanist), Carl Fisher (developer and entrepreneur), Oliver Griswold, James Franklin Jaudon (developer), George Merrick (developer), Arva Moore Parks (collector and historian), Thelma Peters (collector and historian), Everest and John Sewell (mayors and businessmen), Julia Tuttle, Karl Voelter (aviator), and Hamilton Wright (publicity photographer).

Zine Collection - 1992-2016
HMA0030 · Colección · 1992-2016

Zines covering a wide range of topics including Punk Rock music, coming of age stories, the everyday struggles of young Hispanic American women, poetry, Little Haiti, and architecture, as well as urban and landscape perspectives.