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Florida Writers’ Project
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FLORIDA: A GUIDE TO THE SOUTHERNMOST STATE/Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida.—New York: Oxford University Press, 1939.—xxvi, 600 p.: ill.; maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.
[Chronology: p. 541-551.—Bibliography: p. 553-565. —List of Consultants: p. 566-568.—Index: p. 569-600.—First published in November 1939.—Sponsored by State of Florida Department of Public Instruction.— T-p.
Maps: Front endpapers: map, Key to Florida Highway Tours.—Folded colored map in back pocket: Florida, 1939.—Text maps of: Jacksonville, Key West, Miami, Palm Beach, Pensacola, St. Augustine, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tampa.
Photos: 101 b&w photographs.
Chapter tail-piece art: unidentified.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to Florida Highway Tours.
Binding: Green cloth with dark blue lettering and dark blue alligator.
Dustjacket: Front and spine: photograph of a palm tree, body of water, and sailboat printed in green with black lettering. Back: small ink drawing of a shack shaded by a tree dripping with moss].
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Agricultural conservation/Compiled by Federal Writers’ Project of Florida.—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1939.—35 p.; 23 cm. —(Bulletin, No. 91, New Series, February 1939).
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Better pastures for Florida/Compiled by Workers of the Writer’s Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1941.—87 p.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 108, New Series, September 1941).
[Cover design by the Florida Art Project].
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Birds in Florida/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture (Printed by Florida Grower Press, Tampa), [c. 1941].—213 p.: col. ill.; 23 cm.
[Bibliography: p. 201; Check List of Birds in Florida: 202-213].
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Blueberries, with special reference to Florida culture/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; [...Herndon Cochran who prepared this booklet].—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1941.—53 p.: ill.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 33, New Series, August 1941).
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Broomcorn growing/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: State Department of Agriculture, 1941.—[29] p.; 23 cm.
Co-Operative Agriculture in FL

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Cooperative agriculture/Compiled by Federal Writer’s Project of Florida.—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1939.—58 p.; 23 cm. —(Bulletin No. 92, New Series, February 1, 1939).

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[Photograph]
[Display mockups of proposed Federal Writers’ Project publications on the State of Florida]/Federal Writers’ Project.—[Tallahassee?: s.n., n.d.]—1 b&w photo; 20.5 x 25.5 cm.

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Florida citizenship course, part 1: geography of Florida/by Louis A. Guessaz, Jr., Director of Curriculum.—Jacksonville: Florida Works Progress Administration, Division of Education, April 1937. —21 leaves: ill., maps; 28 cm.
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Florida: [facts, events, places, tours]/[Compiled by Workers of the WPA Writers’ Project in the State of Florida: Florida State Planning Board].—Northport, N.Y.: Bacon and Wieck, Inc., 1941. 28 p.: ill.; 22 cm.—(American Recreation Series; 1).
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Florida seafood cookery: tasty and economical recipes for the preparation of fish, crabs, oysters, shrimp, clams, crawfish, scallops, and sea turtles/Compiled by Editors, Federal Writers’ Project, Florida, June, 1943.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1945.—96 p.: ill.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 119, October 1945).
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Florida’s sugar bowl/Compiled by W.T. Martin; Federal Writers’ Project of Florida, Works Progress Administration.—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1939.—56 p.: ill.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 94, New Series, June, 1939).

Co-Operative Agriculture in FL58
A graphic review of Florida agriculture/[Federal Writers’ Project of Florida; digest, graphs and charts prepared by Chas. E. Harris, Jacksonville].—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1939.—175 p.: ill. (some col.); 23 cm.—(Bulletin Number 99, New Series, July, 1939).
[Colored cover drawing signed: Caldwell].

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Grow your own vegetables/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Works Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: Florida State Department of Agriculture, 1941.—55 p.: ill.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 532, New Series, October, 1941).

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A guide to Key West/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—New York: Hastings House, 1941.—122 p.: ill.;21 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[In dustjacket.—Maps on endpapers.—Cover design and many illustrations by F. Townsend Morgan and the Florida Art Project.—Sponsored by the Florida State Planning Board].
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History of Broward County/Frances H. Miner.—Miami, Fla.: Federal Writers’ Project, 15 July 1936. —17 typescript leaves; 28 cm. (For complete text see pages 65-73.)
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History of Jefferson County Florida/[Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Civil Works Administration].—Monticello, Fla.: Ocala Star-Banner, 1958.—144 p.; 23 cm.
[Compiled in 1934-1935, published in 1958].
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Iceberg lettuce: the story of Florida’s decline and recovery as a winter lettuce producing state/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Board of Agriculture, 1941.—59 p.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin 110, New Series, October 1941).
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An industrial survey of Orange County, Florida/ Orange County Chamber of Commerce.—[Orlando: Orange County Chamber of Commerce, 1943]. —46 leaves: maps; 28.5 cm.
[We are indebted to the W.P.A. Writers’ Project of Florida for the use of information from its files—Verso of cover].
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The Intercostal Waterway: Norfolk to Key West/Compiled by Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration.—Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937.—143 p.: ill., folded map; 23.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Fold-out colored map in back].
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Lauderdale/Williamson.—[S.l.: Florida Writers’ Project, c1939].—3 typescript leaves; 28 cm. (For complete text see page 74.)
[June 22, 1939. Three-page article on how Ft. Lauderdale acquired its name].
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[Letter]
[Letter from Dr. Carita Doggett Corse, State Director, to Stetson Kennedy discussing Florida travel arrangements].—1 typescript letter on letterhead; 28 x 21.5 cm.

Limes and Lemons68
Limes and lemons in Florida/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; [...W.T. Martin who prepared this booklet].—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1940.—56 p.: ill. (some col.); 23 cm.—(Bulletin No. 102, New Series, July 1940).

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The Negro sings/Compiled and arranged by Constance Ice Braman, under the direction of Dorothea Thomas Lynch, drama consultant.—Jacksonville: Work Projects Administration of Florida, Professional and Service Division, Statewide Recreation Project, April, 1940.—56 leaves; 28.5 cm.
[Cover designed by Laurentia. “...brief Biographical Sketches and Excerpts from the works of the best known Negro Authors”—foreword].

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The Ocean Highway: New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jacksonville, Florida/Compiled and written by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration.—New York: Modern Age Books, 1938.—244 p.: ill.; 20.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[In dustjacket. Sponsored by Charles L. Terry Jr., Secretary of State of Delaware].
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Pensacola recreation handbook/[Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida, in cooperation with the WPA Recreation Program; University of Florida, State-wide sponsor of the Writers’ Project].—Pensacola, Fla.: Escambia County Commission, October 1941.—19 p.; 14 cm.
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Pineapple growing in Florida/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: Florida State Department of Agriculture, 1941.—23 p.: ill.; 22 cm.—(Bulletin No. 107).
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Planning your vacation in Florida: Miami and Dade County, including Miami Beach and Coral Gables/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; sponsored by the Florida State Planning Board.—Northport, NY: Bacon, Percy and Daggett, 1941.—202 p.: ill.; 22.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[In dustjacket.—Foreword by Marjory Stoneman Douglas].
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Port Everglades.—[S.l.: Florida Writers’ Project, 1939].—3 typescript leaves; 28 cm. (For complete text see pages 75-76.)
[Port Everglades, Everglades News, Canal Point, April 2, 1939—At head of title].
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Seeing Fernandina: a guide to the City and its industries/Co-sponsored by the City Commission, Fernandina; [Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; sponsored by the Florida State Planning Board].—Fernandina, Fla.: Fernandina News Publishing Co., 1940.—84 p.: ill.; 23 cm.—(American Guide Series).
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Seeing St. Augustine/Compiled and written by the Federal Writers’ Project, Works Progress Administration; sponsored by City Commission of St. Augustine.—St. Augustine, Fla.: The Record Company, 1937.—73, v, p.: ill. maps; 23.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
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Seminole Indians in Florida/[Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; University of Florida, State-wide sponsor of the Florida Writers’ Project].—Tallahassee: Florida State Department of Agriculture, [c. 1941].—87 p.: ill.; 23 cm.
[Fold-out colored map in back. Photos by the Florida Art Project].
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The Spanish Missions of Florida/[Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida; sponsored by the Florida State Planning Board].—[S.l.:s.n., c. 1940].—51 p.; 23 cm.
[This account of the early Florida Missions was compiled by Zelia Sweett and Mary H. Sheppy].
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[Photograph]
Stetson Kennedy, center, and Robert Cook, Writers’ Project photographer, recording Cuban folksongs from Edith Ogden in Ybor City, August, 1939.—1 b&w photo; 17 x 21.5 cm.
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[Archive]
Stetson Kennedy’s WPA Archive. Papers, correspondence, photographs, and publications from the Florida Federal Writers’ Project and the Florida Federal Music Project. (Unpublished).
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Stories of Florida prepared for use in public schools/Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—[Jacksonville: Florida Writers’ Project, 1937-42]—v.; 28 cm.
[Library has: Old St. Augustine: a military outpost; Early drama in St. Augustine; The old plaza of St. Augustine; St. Augustine shrimp fleet; The history of citrus in Florida; The Spanish Harquebus; Timucuan warfare; Timucuan athletes; Food of the Florida Indians; The Florida Everglades; Okefenokee Swamp; The Florida flamingo; Dangerous fish of Florida waters; Seminole Indian legends; Products of the Sea-Pearls; The Spanish in South Florida; St. Joseph: ghost city; Story of Osceola; Marine fauna: corals; Paper making; Building of the Tamiami Trail; South Florida butterflies; Undersea wonders; Yellow Jack [Yellow fever]; Port Jefferson; Black Caesar; Tropical hurricanes; When the world watched Florida: an intimate picture of the Spanish-American War period in Tampa; Florida in war and peace; Florida’s government; The story of Florida; The Roseate Spoonbill; The Cardinal; Audubon’s Caracara; The Great White Heron; The Shrike; The Wood Ibis; The Everglade Kite; The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker; Seminole Indian legends; Native palms of Florida].
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The story of Sea-Island cotton/Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1941.—[59] p.; 23 cm.—(Bulletin, Number 113, New Series, 1941).
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Termites and other household pests/Compiled by Federal Writers’ Project of Florida.—Rev. ed.—Tallahassee: Florida Department of Agriculture (Star Print, Ocala, Fla), 1940.—56 p.; 23.5 cm. —(Bulletin, No. 89, New Series, August 1940).
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Tropical fruits in Florida with commercial possibilities/[Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida].—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1941.—43 p.: ill.; 23 cm.
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Tung oil industry in Florida/Compiled by W.T. Martin; Federal Writers’ Project of Florida, Works Progress Administration.—Rev.—Tallahassee: State of Florida, Department of Agriculture, 1939. —41 p.; 21 cm.—(Bulletin No. 11, New Series, February, 1939).
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U.S. One: Maine to Florida/Compiled and written by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration.—New York: Modern Age Books, 1938.—344 p.: ill., photos; 20.5 cm.—(American Guide Series).
[Sponsored by the U.S. No. 1 Highway Association].
Later Florida Federal Writers’ Project publications
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Conchtown USA: Bahamian fisherfolk in Riviera Beach, Florida/Photographed and written by Charles C. Foster; folk songs and tales collected by Veronica Huss.—Boca Raton: Florida Atlantic University Press, 1991.—176 p.: ill.; 28 cm.—(33.5 record in back cover.—The voices of Wilbur Roberts and Mary Jane Roberts/recorded January, 1940, by Stetson Kennedy).
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The Florida Negro: a Federal Writers’ Project legacy/edited, with an introduction, by Gary W. McDonogh.—Jackson and London: University Press of Mississippi, 1993.—177 p.: ill.; 24 cm.
[In dustjacket. ...an annotated version of the completed manuscript...now in the possession of the Florida Historical Society...].
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Palmetto Country/Stetson Kennedy.—Tallahassee: Florida A and M University Press; c. 1942.—354 p.; 21 cm.

Florida Theatre Project
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[Playbill]
The Federal Theatre presents the Miami Federal Players in: “Rhapsody in Two Flats”/by Edgar Hay, March 5-13, 1937, produced under the direction of William Tennyson and Grandville Fisher. —[Miami: Miami Federal Players, Works Progress Administration, 1937?]—[4] p.; 23.5 cm.
[“The author...Mr. Edgar Hay, is a Miamian...”—p. [3]. “The Miami Federal Players are a Repertory Company operating as a unit of the nation-wide Federal Theatre project, presented under the Works Progress Administration... Coming attractions: ?Gallows Gate’ by Marjorie Stoneman Douglas”—p. [4]
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[Photograph—Publicity Still]
“If Ye Break Faith”: scene 6, AMERICA/[By Al Hajos] Works Progress Administration, Federal Theatre Project.—1 b&w photo; 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
[Taken June 19, 1938, Miami, Florida, for the Federal Theatre Project’s production of “If ye break faith” performed June 20-July 2, 1938. I.D. #: M-54].
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[Photograph]
“It Can’t Happen Here”, The Miami Federal Players/Photo by E.J. Sellard.—[Miami]: Federal Art Project, District 3., [11-1-1936].—1 b&w photo; 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
[Publicity photo: Act II, Scene I, Miami].

Florida Music Project

WPA FL Music Project93
This work pays your community/WPA Florida Music Project.—[Jacksonville?]: Florida Music Project, [n.d.]—[4] typescript leaves; 21.5 cm.
[Cover title. “These are but a few of the facts about the work the Florida Music Project is doing”—p. [4].

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[Periodical]
Musical Notes/WPA Florida Music Project.—[Jacksonville]: Florida Music Project, 1940- .
[v.1, #8 (May 1940); v.1, #9 (June 1940). “?Musical Notes’, monthly news bulletin... is written and its illustrations are determined by Stetson Kennedy. Charles Duffy executes the illustrations”—v. 1, #8, p. 6].

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[Photograph]
[Photograph of a Florida Music Project display extolling its accomplishments]/Florida Music Project.—1 b&w photo; 20.5 x 61.5 cm.
[Includes panels entitled: Composers Forum, Office Workers, Orchestras, Scope, Teaching, and Negro].
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[Photograph]
[Florida Music Project staff photo]/Florida Music Project.—[Jacksonville: Florida Music Project, 1939?]—1 b&w photo; 13 x 18 cm.

Florida Art Project
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[Postcards]
[Key West: 12 colored postcards]/by artists of the Florida Art Project in Key West?].—10 x 15 cm.—(Artists: Klir Beck, Richard Jansen, Avery Johnson, F. Townsend Morgan, Richard Sargent, and Stanley Wood).

Florida Historical Records Survey
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A preliminary list of religious bodies in Florida/Prepared by The Historical Records Survey, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Works Progress Administration.—Jacksonville: Historical Records Survey, June 1939.—239 leaves; 28 cm.
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Roman Catholic records, St. Augustine Parish, White Baptisms, 1784-1792/Prepared by The Historical Records Survey, Division of Community Service Programs, Work Projects Administration. —Tallahassee: State Library Board, March 1941. —162 p.; 28 cm.—(Series: Translations and transcription of church archives of Florida).
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Spanish land grants in Florida: briefed translations from the archives of the Boards of Commissioners for ascertaining claims and titles to land in the Territory of Florida: Vol. 1, Unconfirmed claims, A-Z/Prepared by The Historical Records Survey, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Work Projects Administration. —Tallahassee: State Library Board, August 1940.—374, i.e., [375] p.; 27 cm.

GEORGIA

Georgia101
GEORGIA: A GUIDE TO ITS TOWNS AND COUNTRYSIDE/Compiled and Written by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Georgia.—Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1940.—xxviii, 559 p.: ill.; maps, b&w photos; 21 cm.—(American Guide Series)
[Chronology: p. 521-529.—Bibliography: p. 530-538.—Index: p. 539-559.—First published in April 1940.—Verso of t-p.—Sponsored by the Georgia Board of Education.—T-p.
Maps: Front endpaper: map, Key to Georgia Tours.—Folded colored map in back pocket: [library’s copy missing].—Text maps of: Athens, Atlanta, Atlanta (downtown), Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah (downtown), Savannah and Vicinity, St. Simon Island.
Photos: 107 b&w photographs.
Chapter tail-piece art: unidentified.
Endpapers: Front: map, Key to Georgia Tours.—14.5 x 12 cm.
Binding: Wine colored cloth with gilt lettering and map