new at P.K. Yonge
At age 13, Julien Chandler Yonge was already collecting the books that would become the P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History. January 20, 2024 marks the 145th anniversary of this birth.
Get an introduction to our new visual collection of Florida stereoviews along with other materials donated by UF alumni David Snedeker.
Our collection has expanded with new materials over the past year. Bridget-Bihm Manuel brings us up to date about the collection contents and guide.
The P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History is proud to announce a donation of books and papers in Black history and culture from professor, archivist, librarian, and author Sherry Sherrod DuPree.
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A Guide to Online Institution and Websites
See what we have put online
We’re bringing the typescripts of the 1930s Writers Project to a new digital archive!
Covering the mission and careers of activists John and Martina Linnehan, who dedicated themselves to opposing the proliferation of weapons of war.
From anthropologist John T. Foster, a fresh look at abolitionists and the promotion of Florida, based in his work with his wife and fellow-scholar Sarah Whitmer Foster.
Read about life in the CCC through excerpts from camp newsletters.