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  Everglades Digital Library Home
Miami, FL: Florida International University Libraries, 1997.
    The Everglades Digital Library is an evolving library of information resources relating to the south Florida environment. The site includes online collections of scientific and technical reports, natural history writings, educational and interpretive materials, datasets, maps, photos, and a directory of other Internet sites relating to the greater Everglades.

  Florida Environments Online
Tallahassee: State University System of Florida, 199x.
    Florida Environments Online contains both digital full text materials and research bibliographies about the ecology and environment of Florida. Digitized materials include more than 200 seminal texts on species and ecosystems selected by scientific experts throughout the state of Florida and digitized specifically for the Linking Florida's Natural Heritage project.

  Florida Heritage Collection
Tallahassee: State University System (SUS) of Florida, 200x.
    The Florida Heritage Collection is project of the State University System (SUS) of Florida to digitize and provide full text online access to journal articles (e.g. Florida Historical Quarterly), pamphlets, books and other resources representing Floridaís history, culture, arts, literature, sciences and social sciences. Thematic areas in this growing collection include Native American and minority populations, exploration and development, tourism, the natural environment, and regional interests. Materials are taken from archives, special collections, and libraries of the ten state universities which make up the State University System.

  Florida Photographic Collection
Tallahassee: State Archives of Florida, Florida Department of State, State Library and Archives of Florida, 199x.
    The Florida Photographic Collection, a component of the State Archives of Florida, contains thousands photographs, postcards and other images recording life and development in Miami from the late nineteenth century to present. Of note are the photographs of W.A. Fishbaugh, G.W. Romer, and the Miami images in the Postcard Collection, the Wendler Collection, and the MOSAIC collection of Jewish life in Florida.

  Florida's History Through Its Places: Dade County
Tallahassee: Florida Office of Cultural and Historical Programs, .
    Photographs, address, and brief information on 90 historic sites in Coconut Grove, Miami, Coral Gables, Homestead, Miami Beach, Miami Springs, and Miami Shores.

  Miami Dade County Historic Maps
Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, College of Education, Florida Center for Instructional Technology, 2004.
    Fifty four maps of Miami Dade covering the year 1839 through 1932. Part of the 'Exploring Florida: A Social Studies Resource for Students and Teachers.'

  Miami Dade County Web Portal
Miami, FL: Miami Dade County, 199x.
    Gateway to Miami Dade County information, departments and services.

  Miami: Virtual Reality Quicktime Movies
Tampa: University of South Florida, School of Education, Florida Center for Instructional Technology, 2004.
    Color movies of the Miami skyline, Vizcaya, the South Beach Art Deco district, and panoramic scenes from the 1920s, 1930s and 1950. Most of the color movies are a full circle (360 degrees). The black and white VRs are approximately 180 degree views. Part of the 'Exploring Florida: A Social Studies Resource for Students and Teachers' site.

  University of Miami Legacy, 1926 to the Present: A Library of Images
Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Libraries, 2001.
    Bibliography, chronology and images of University of Miami events, faculty and students.

  Florida International University Libraries
Miami Metropolitan Archive
Miami, FL: State University System of Florida , Publication of Archival Library & Museum Materials, 2003.
    The Miami Metropolitan Archiveis an ongoing cooperative effort of the Urban, Regional & Local Government Documents Department at Florida International University Libraries and the City of Miami City Clerk's Office to provide digital access to the full text of important source materials on Miami-Dade County urban development. Currently, early City of Miami City Council meeting minutes, charters, departmental annual reports, and planning documents from 1896 to 1966 are archived here.

  Florida Photographic Collection
Wendler Collection
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of State, State Library and Archives of Florida, Florida State Archives, 199x.
    This collection consists of primarily of photographs and correspondence relating to James P. Wendler's career as editor of the Miami Beach Times. Included are about 300 photographs dating from the first decade of the 1900s thru about 1995, many of which accompanied editorials published in the Miami Beach Times before that newspaper ceased publication. The photographs depict historical events and prominent individuals in Florida as well as the development of Miami Beach, Surfside, Indian Creek Village, Bal Harbour, and undeveloped Bay Harbor Islands. Among the images of interest are Al Capone and his Palm Island residence; Miami Beach gambler George R.K. Carter with sports promoter Tex Rickard; developer Carl G. Fisher; dredging and filling of the beach; and preservation of the Flagler Monument in Biscayne Bay.

  Library of Congress
20th Century American Architecture and Interior Design: Photographs by Samuel Gottscho and William Schiener, 1935-1955
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 199x.
    The Gottscho-Schleisner Collection is comprised of over 29,000 images primarily of architectural subjects, including interiors and exteriors of homes, stores, offices, factories, historic buildings, and other structures. Subjects are concentrated chiefly in the northeastern United States, especially the New York City area, and South Florida.

  Library of Congress
American Memory
Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1994.
    The Library of Congress American Memory site contain collections with photographics, documents, and other resources related to the history, architecture, and development of Miami and environs. To find resources across collections use the search box on the main page. For example, the keywords 'hotel' and 'miami' retrieve over 366 hits

  Miami-Dade Public Library System
Romer Collection
Miami, FL: Miami-Dade County, 2002.
    Gleason Waite Romer (1887-1971) photographed South Florida from 1925 until the early 1950ís. The collection of approximately 17,000 photographs was purchased by Merrett Stierheim for the City of Miami from Mrs. Romer. It is now housed in the Miami-Dade Public Library Systemís Main Library Florida Collection. The Photographs document events and places. Many homes and street shots are available that are often useful for historic restoration. Over 1000 of the images are searchable through the Library's online catalog.

  Provenzo, Eugene F.
Voices of Andrew
Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami, 2003.
    This web site provides an online archive of approximately seventy oral history interviews with people who not only lived through Hurricane Andrew, but also experienced the subsequent recovery process in the first months after the storm. The interviews were conducted by undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Miami under the supervision of Professor Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. Department of Teaching and Learning, School of Education, University of Miami. The web site includes not only the full text of interviews, as well as selected digital audio files.

  University of Miami Library, Florida International University Libraries, and Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Reclaiming the Everglades: South Florida's Natural History, 1884-1934
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2002.
    Documents the history of the Everglades. Examines major topics and issues relating to the development, reclamation, conservation, and protection of the Everglades. Features personal correspondence and diaries, essays, manuscripts, typescripts, rare books, periodicals, scientific and engineering reports, memoranda, black and white photographs, telegrams, pamphlets, maps, color postcards, and publications from individuals and the government drawn from sixteen collections housed in the archives and special collections of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.

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