Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047
Holograph letter by Cornelius Curtis to "Hon. Gideon Wells," Secretary of the Navy (1863) concerning acts practiced by civil employees of the government in regard to captured Confederate vessels in Florida.
Godfrey, John H.
Photocopy of typescript for his The Naval Memoirs of Admiral J.H. Godfrey.
Leigh, Richard H.
Includes business records relating to their naval stores and other enterprises.
In public life for more than 50 years, the political career of Claude Denson Pepper spans the period from his years as Florida legislator in the late 1920s and a U.S. Senator during the 1930s and 1940s to his tenure as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 1960s until his death in 1989. Containing over two million pages, the collection of papers includes his official correspondence, speeches, and legislative, committee, and campaign files. In addition, there are files of his personal correspondence, speeches, law office records, photographs, recordings, and memorabilia. Also included are the personal papers, photographs, recordings, and memorabilia of his wife, Mildred Webster Pepper, as well as the personal papers of various members of the Pepper and Webster families.
Robinson, Jr., William M.
Colonel William M. Robinson, a naval historian, collected this material while researching his book The Confederate Privateers.
Rosasco, William S.
This collection contains business records relating to naval stores and other enterprises in Pensacola and West Florida.
Tidball, Edward M.
Consists of letters and documents relating to his service with the Confederate Navy Department as a Chief Clerk.
15 April 2002