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    • people; figure (representation); life drawing; woman (female human); cellular telephone; satire (document genre);
    • Standing female figure with hand on hip, viewed from the front, with a cell phone display superimposed over her face.;
    • 1st Illinois Calvary

    • Spanish American War, 1898 -- Photographs; 1st Illinois Calvary (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs; Picnic Island (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs
    • The 1st Illinois Cavalry relaxing on Picnic Island in Tampa, Fla. during the Spanish-American War.
    • 1st Infantry on Picnic Island

    • Spanish American War, 1898 -- Photographs; Picnic Island (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs
    • 1st infantry on Picnic Island in Tampa, Fla. during the Spanish-American War. Photo taken before they embarked to Cuba in June 1898.
    • 32nd Michigan Calvary

    • Spanish American War, 1898 -- Photographs; Camp DeSoto (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs; 32nd Michigan Calvary (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs
    • The 32nd Michigan calvary at Camp DeSoto in Tampa, Fla. during the Spanish-American War. Photo taken before they embarked to Cuba in June 1898.
    • 5th Maryland Co.

    • Spanish American War, 1898 -- Photographs; 5th Maryland Co. (Tampa, Fla.) -- Photographs
    • The men of the 5th Maryland Co. in Tampa, Fla. during the Spanish-American War. Photo taken before they embarked to Cuba in June 1898.
    • "Big Ben" Pound

    • Pound, Donald Lander, 1905 - 1977; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Sports -- 1920 - 1930; Students -- Florida -- Winter Park -- 1920 - 1930
    • Ben Pound became famous as a heavy weight boxer before attending Rollins in 1925 and then coaching boxing in 1927.
    • "Daydream" on Lake Monroe Postcard, April 4, 1942

    • Daydream (Enterprise, Fla.) -- Photographs; Monroe, Lake (Enterprise, Fla.) -- Photographs; Fowles, Elizabeth -- Homes and haunts -- Florida -- Enterprise -- Photographs; Hanna, A.J. -- Photographs
    • The "Daydream" estate on Lake Monroe, owned by Elizabeth Fowles. The postcard was written by Elizabeth Fowles to A.J. Hanna of Rollins College. Back reads: Overlooking beautiful Lake Monroe Enterprise, Florida. Mrs. Elizabeth Fowles, Prop.
    • "Eagle Lady" Doris Mager

    • Mager, Doris, b.1925 -- Photographs; Eagly Lady -- Photographs; Bald eagle -- Florida -- Photographs
    • "The Eagle Lady," Doris Mager, of Apopka, Fla., with an immature bald eagle. Since 1974, she took live eagles previously harmed by humans to more than 200 classrooms a year. She also founded S.O.A.R. - Save Our American Raptors.
    • "Hat Brigade"

    • Students -- Florida -- Winter Park -- 1890 - 1900; Lyman Gymnasium (Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.) -- 1890 - 1900; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Buildings -- 1890 - 1900
    • The Hat Brigade--including Will Rob (first row, second from left), Fritz Frank (back row at left), Walter Flentye (right of Frank), Walter Mahoney (second row, third from right), Horace Hale (second row, right), (first row, left to right from fifth...
    • "Mother Strong Day"

    • Strong Hall (Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.) -- 1930 - 1940; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Buildings -- 1930 - 1940; Strong, Hattie Maria, 1864 - 1950; Students -- Florida -- Winter Park -- 1930 - 1940; Dormitories -- Florida -- Winter...
    • Mother Strong Day was a tradition started to celebrate the generosity of the benefactress who made Strong Hall possible. The photograph shows Strong Hall's exterior wall with Fox Hall to the left and Cross Hall to the right (not pictured).
    • "Old Gus" in Everglades

    • Old Gus -- Photographs; Aberdeen -- Angus cattle -- Florida -- Photographs; Everglades (Florida) -- Photographs; Everglades Experiment Station (Fla.) -- Photographs
    • "Old Gusida&qu, or Augustus, was a black Angus sire that fathered many calves at the Everglades Experiment Station.
    • "Open Sermon" to President Truman

    • Holt, Hamilton, 1872 - 1951; Truman, Harry S., 1884 - 1972; Presidents -- United States -- 1945 - 1953; United Nations -- 1940 - 1950; Knowles Memorial Chapel (Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.) -- 1940 - 1950
    • An "Open Sermon" to President Truman delivered by Hamilton Holt on May 2, 1948, in the Knowles Memorial Chapel
    • "Poling" Through the Canal

    • Osceola, Lake (Fla.) -- Photographs; Maitland, Lake (Fla.) -- Photographs; Canoes and canoeing -- Florida -- Photographs; Boys -- Florida -- Photographs
    • Photo taken from a bridge overlooking boys poling through the canal between Lake Maitland and Lake Osceola in 1914. Before the canals were widened they were not deep enough to canoe down, in order to pass people would have to push their oars along...
    • "Taft Travelling Troupe of Trusty League Advocates"

    • Holt, Hamilton, 1872 - 1951; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857 - 1930; Presidents -- United States -- 1903 - 1913; League of Nations -- 1910 - 1920
    • Holt (sixth from left) standing with the League of Nations advocates in 1919. The picture was taken in Omaha Nebraska.

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