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May 30
For those unable to visit the Heritage Museum, an online exhibit has been created for the Heritage Protocol & University Archives project Degrees of Discovery. The digital exhibit includes additional items and information not included in the... Read More
May 15
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the creation of FSU! On May 15th, 1947 at 9:50am, legislation was passed to make the Florida State College for Women and University of Florida co-educational. After WWII, young men were enrolling to universities... Read More
May 09
Claude Pepper talking to President Jimmy Carter ca. 1978 Former President Jimmy Carter and the late Congressman Claude Pepper will always be remembered for combating the complexities of our society by sponsoring legislation that legitimized... Read More
May 03
Today’s blog post was written by Lindsay Fasce, a senior history major and Heritage Protocol & University Archives intern. As of 2017, the Florida State University has a vast international studies program, which offers just under 50 programs in... Read More
May 02
One of our most meaningful projects in Special Collections & Archives is the management of the Emmett Till Archives.  The Till Archives collects, preserves, and provides access to primary and secondary source material related to the life, murder... Read More

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