Exhibits

Environmental Studies
Robert Porter Allen

Robert Porter Allen Story Map: Examine Robert’s legacy to save the whooping crane.

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The Tampa Bay Estuary

Welcome to the Tampa Bay Estuary Oral History Project

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ELAPP History Project

Discover how Jan Platt and other visionaries started a program to protect natural Florida.

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History of Reliance, Abuse, and Restoration

Water is an all-important topic in the past, present, and future of Florida.

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Holocaust and Genocide
Oppenheimer Family

On the morning of December 8, 1941, the Nazi SS forced Erika Mannheimer

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USF Armenian Studies

Armenian Studies at the USF Libraries Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center

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Alicia Appleman-Jurman: Her Story and Beyond

Alicia Appleman-Jurman was only 11 years old when the Nazis invaded & occupied her homeland of Poland.

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Portraying Courage: Holocaust Survivors in Voice & Image

In the Fall of 2010, the USF Tampa Library Department of Special and Digital Collections

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Living a Genocide: The Children of Darfur

Children bear the brunt of any armed conflict and tend to be viewed as victims

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Speaking Out About Genocide

Throughout the 20th century, genocides were perpetrated across the globe.

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History and Humanities
Viking Towns

Examine the Viking’s legacy of towns and settlements across Europe.

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The History of Minstrelsy

This exhibit explores the history of minstrelsy, its significance

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A Century of American Political Cartoons

Art of the Poison Pens: A Century of American Political Cartoons is a testament

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We Wanted Some Basic Human Rights

This web exhibition examines the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Tampa and its environs.

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Burgert Brothers Ybor Collection

This map of Ybor City allows exploration of current day locations where historic photos were taken by the famed Burgert Brothers.

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1853 Survey Map Downtown Tampa

This map of downtown Tampa is aligned on top of a current satellite image allowing comparison and exploration.

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Jazz in Florida

The Jazz in Florida Archive is ongoing project to document and preserve Florida’s place in jazz history.

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Greek Community Documentation Project

In collaboration with City of Tarpon Springs

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Florida Digital Postcards Exhibit

The Florida Digital Postcard exhibit is a curated presentation of the digitized images.

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Five Hundred Years of Discovering Florida

This exhibit was prepared by eleven students for an Honors College

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Selling Sunshine: Florida’s Citrus Industry

This exhibit explores the history of Florida’s citrus industry through various

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University of South Florida History
The “Witch Hunt” at USF

This exhibit will introduce viewers to the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee

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Once Upon a Homecoming

Once upon a time in what would become Bulls Country

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The University of South Florida: A Historic Overview

For such a young institution, the University of South Florida has a colorful and remarkable history of innovation and growth.

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