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[A research scene from the College of Engineering.

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The construction site of FMHI in 1971.

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Newspaper clipping of a crowd watching the World Series on The Times scoreboard.

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Row of citrus trees that had been killed by freeze.

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Four-page article explaining how Florida's oranges and grapefruits are grown, harvested, and marketed.

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Excerpt advertising Brooksville, Florida as "The Home of the Tangerine."

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Excerpt advertising Davenport, Florida as "Home of the famous Holly Hill Grove."

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3 pages from a Florida government document describing the dangers of using grass carp to control Hydrilla.

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Booklet advertising Alligator Bob's Gourmet Alligator jerky.

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Tonnage measurements for various ports in the Southeast, including Tampa.

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Cover of Florida Boating & Diving: The 1993 Official State Information and Visitor Guide.

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Steamer preparing to leave Port Tampa to travel to Santiago, Cuba.

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Boating on the Wekiwa.

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Advertisement for Port Dixie, Florida. The largest natural deep water harbor on the Gulf of Mexico, as a port for world commerce and as a terminal for the railroads of the United States.

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Cover of book entitled Paving Paradise: Florida's Vanishing Wetlands and the Failure of No Net Loss.

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Suniland article about the oyster industry in Apalachicola Bay.

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Esperanza Iris was a soprano world-famous for her operetta troupe and astounding performances in operettas such as "La Viuda Alegre." She visited Havana in 1910 on a world tour where she performed "La Viuda Alegre" at the famous Teatro Albisu.

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Student life at USF

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Lithograph.

All the civilians were targeted to be killed and villages were attacked using military airplanes, and heavy artillery from armored vehicles. These attacks left many villagers dead and the few who survived would end up desperation as all their…

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Document entitled Destruction of the Steamer Scottish Chief and Sloop Kate Dale, in Hillsboro River, October 16-17, 1863.

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Drawing that depicts a Sudanese military helicopter and jet bombing of a village in Darfur. Also depicts unarmed civilians being shot with high caliber machine guns mounted on trucks.

Arabic text on the drawing translates to, "Badrya Khamees…

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The drawing depicts how the military of the Government of Sudan attacked civilians in their villages in Darfur. The military committed atrocities by burning houses in the villages and indiscriminately shooting and killing civilians that resulted in…
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