The P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History contributes heavily to the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC). Many of our manuscript collections, as well as individual diaries, memoirs, and letters can now be read and studied online
Browse our collection of more than 3,000 Florida citrus crate labels.
An online archive of our nineteenth century manuscripts, digitized with the assistance of the National Archives!
A digital archive containing current weekly newspapers from around Florida along with historical runs.
See a broad sample of our Civil War letters and diaries, accompanied by easy-to-read transcriptions.
From the political collections, the Papers of Governor C. Farris Bryant cover the years 1942 to 1977, with an emphasis on the Florida Legislative, gubernatorial elections in 1956 and 1960, and his career in the Federal Office of Emergency Planning.
Our major collections on shifting policies about exploitation or preservation of the Everglades.
Transcriptions and translations of Spanish colonial documents made by noted historian and author John Hann.
Research the history of the “Oldest City” via the collections of the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board.
A digital version of fragile glass lantern slides made by Alexander Linn in the 1930s and 1940s during his travels among the Seminole encampments of South Florida.
Al Burt, foreign correspondent and regular columnist for the Miami Herald, chronicled Florida’s traditional lifeways. Here is a selection of writings from his papers.
Living in Florida: Its Cities and People is an umbrella for wide-ranging collections chronicling life and living in Florida.
A miscellany from our archives, which document Florida arts, culture, history, and society.