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    • Cooking class

    • Black and white photography -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Students -- African Americans -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Women -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Teachers -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs;...
    • A black and white image of a cooking class taking place at Bethune-Cookman University. Home economics courses were offered as part of the vocational training program at the college. In this image, eight female African American students, four at...
    • States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.

    • Mississippi -- Maps.; Alabama -- Maps.; Georgia -- Maps.; South Carolina -- Maps.; Florida -- Maps.; Southern States -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Fortification -- Southern States.; Southern States -- Historical...
    • Map of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida by H.D. Rogers and A. Keith Johnston; engraved by W.andand A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. Map denotes counties and districts, relief shown by hachures. In the upper margin of the map is printed: Atlas...
    • Map of the town of Winter Park, Orange County, Florida.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Maps.; Chapman - Chase -- Maps.; Land companies -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Maps.; Real estate development -- Winter Park -- Florida.; Real property -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Maps.; Streets -- Florida -- Winter Park...
    • Map of Winter Park, Orange County, Florida, includes land development information: lot number, street frontage in feet, number of orange trees that can be planted on each lot, and price, as provided by Chapman and Chase two of the founders and...
    • Sandspur, Vol. 22 No. 10, December 18, 1920.

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.
    • Rollins College student newspaper, written by the students and published at Rollins College. The Sandspur started as a literary journal.

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