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    • Ralphe Bunch speaks at Bethune-Cookman University

    • Black and white photography -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; African Americans; Women -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Men -- Florida -- Daytona Beach; College presidents -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Microphones...
    • A black and white photograph of Ralph Bunche, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950, giving a speech at the 50th anniversary celebration of the founding of Bethune-Cookman University. Ralph Bunche can be seen standing in the center of the...
    • Warner Correspondence,  March 11, 1886.

    • Warner, Helen F. -- Letters.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Narcoossee.
    • As a newly-wed transplant to Florida, Helen Warner regularly wrote home to her mother Mrs. Haig, who lived in Buckinghamshire, England. The letters describe both personal matters, and those of larger interest, including the establishment of an...
    • Warner Correspondence, March 21, 1886.

    • Warner, Helen F. -- Letters.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Narcoossee.
    • As a newly-wed transplant to Florida, Helen Warner regularly wrote home to her mother Mrs. Haig, who lived in Buckinghamshire, England. The letters describe both personal matters, and those of larger interest, including the establishment of an...
    • Warner Correspondence, March 6, 1887.

    • Warner, Helen F. -- Letters.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Narcoossee.
    • As a newly-wed transplant to Florida, Helen Warner regularly wrote home to her mother Mrs. Haig, who lived in Buckinghamshire, England. The letters describe both personal matters, and those of larger interest, including the establishment of an...
    • Warner Correspondence, March 13, 1887.

    • Warner, Helen F. -- Letters.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Narcoossee.
    • As a newly-wed transplant to Florida, Helen Warner regularly wrote home to her mother Mrs. Haig, who lived in Buckinghamshire, England. The letters describe both personal matters, and those of larger interest, including the establishment of an...

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