Public records series in the UF Archives, listed by the collecting unit.
Includes records and correspondence from Dept of Agronomy, the Experiment Station, Chipley Dairy Unit, Hastings Potato Lab, more
Agricultural Science records may also be found in the following subject collections:
Food and Agricultural Sciences General Collections contains the following sub-collections:
Digital Library of the Caribbean a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean.
Florida Water Law includes documents, photographs, maps, plans, and more, on the history of water management in Florida. (St. Johns River, South, Southwest, Suwannee, and Northwest districts; Water Law; Environmental Law)
Women in Development collects research on societal structures in Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. These materials reflect the impact of women in rural and urban settings. (issues of education, economic growth and legal rights among other topics.)
America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades Project is UF’s most important historical record collections documenting the despoiling of the Everglades and the development of South Florida in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes an online exhibit
Aerials, photographs, newspapers, serials:
Chase Collection: Florida’s first agribusiness. Primarily interested in citrus, the company also invested in celery, tung oil, winter vegetables, sugar cane, and peaches. Some items have been digitized in the UFDC. Includes business records, weather damage and fruit fly information, and more. Includes a Collection Finding Aid
Rolfs Collection: Subject content includes agricultural extension and experimentation in Florida, as well as general topics related to Florida agriculture, and botanical and horticultural research. Some items have been digitized in the UFDC. Includes publications, drafts of articles, notes, lists, and speeches.
H. Harold Hume Collection: Personal, professional, and administrative papers of horticulturist and educator H. Harold Hume, as well as photographs, manuscripts of his publications, and a collection of historical documents related to Florida agriculture. Items in this collection are not digitized. Hume published works on Camellias, Hollies, Zephryanthes.