Fred Rogers, known for his children's television show "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, " attended Rollins College and majored in music composition. The gift was donated by Mr. Rogers to Rollins College in 1991, 40 years after his graduation in 1951.
Barbour, Vivian -- Homes and haunts -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Photographs
Former Vivian Barbour residence, the Spanish style house later became the home of Mrs. W.D. McCreery. Located at 656 N. Interlachen Ave Winter Park, Fla. The photo was taken in 1962. Initially known as the Barbour Estate, the home was designed...
Freeman family -- Homes and haunts -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Photographs; Gibbs House (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Photographs
Freeman House, also known as "Gibbs House", later owned by Ray (1888-1979) and Billie (1906-1991) Greene. Mr. & Mrs. Greene were faculty at Rollins College from 1913-1923 and 1919-1943 respectively, and Mr. Greene served as a Rollins College...
Chase, Loring Augusta, 1839-1906 -- Correspondences -- American Letters; Chase, Oliver Everett, 1851-1936 -- Correspondences -- American Letters; Phelps, William -- Correspondences -- American Letters
A letter responding to a previous letter about the climate and living conditions in Central Florida, specifically the area known today as Winter Park. Chase and Chapman later bought nearly 600 acres of land from Phelps to make a town for wealthy...
Spooner, Frank Eugene -- Photographs; Spooner, Maria Pettibone -- Photographs; Dickson, James Taylor -- Photographs; Dickson, Mae Spooner -- Photographs; Norem, Carolyn Case -- Photographs; Case, Francis M. -- Photographs; Case, Carrie Spooner --...
A collection of photos of the Guild House, later bought by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spooner and renamed Weatogue. Photos of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spooner, their children and their grandchildren.
First Spiritualist Church of Cassadaga (Cassadaga, Fla.) -- Photographs; Churches -- Florida -- Cassadaga -- Photographs
The First Spiritualist Church of Cassadaga in Florida. Cassadaga, an Indian term meaning 'Rocks beneath the water', is known for its high energy level and is home to many psychics. It is called the "Psychic Center of the World".
Eloise Page, a medium for over 40 years, from Cassadaga, Fla. Cassadaga, an Indian term meaning 'Rocks beneath the water', is known for its high energy level and is home to many psychics. It is called the "Psychic Center of the World".
Maitland, Lake (Fla.) -- Photographs; Bacheller, Irving, 1859-1950 -- homes and haunts -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Photographs; Men -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Photographs; Women -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Photographs; Rowing -- Florida --...
Photo taken from a boat on Lake Maitland looking at the Irving Bacheller home in Winter Park, FL. Also known as the loridaGate of the Isles Rowin the home is now the Busch Estate.
Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla. The first courthouse burned in 1868 and a new one was completed in 1876. The courthouse was replaced in 1892, but then rebuilt in 1927. The classic Greek courthouse from 1927 was pictured on the postcard.
Princess House (Tallahassee, Fla.) -- Photographs; Jai, Anna Madgigine -- Photographs
The original plantation house, later used as the residence of Anna Madgigine Jai, and therefore now known as the "Princess House". Anna was the African wife of Zephaniah Kingsley, who owned a plantation on Fort George Island.