For your convenience, here is a quick inventory of historical documents that appear in their original form on this site. This project is far from a web archive, but I wanted to make these materials easily accessible, so that the site can potentially be a tool and not just somewhere you visit once. In some instances I have provided links directly to the documents. Where I felt it was appropriate, links take you to pages that serve to introduce the documents. You should see my note about copyrighted material and reproductions on the Web. My bibliography has more extensive information about all these sources.
From Florida: A Guide to the Southernmost State:
From The Florida Review, a student publication from the University of Florida at Gainesville:
From the Federal Writers' Project, administrative and editorial material and correspondence:
From The Roy Stryker Papers:
Reproducing on the Web can be a tricky business. I've had to get permission to include some of the primary sources that appear on this site, most notably the letters from The Roy Stryker Papers, and the article from The Florida Review. Luckily, since this is a non-commercial site and I'm an undergraduate student, I had an easy enough time. The Farm Security Administration photographs, administrative and editorial correspondence from the Federal Writers' Project, and material from Florida: A Guide to the Southernmost State are all in the public domain, which means you can reproduce them freely but you have to attribute them properly. You can check out the way I've done it for some clues, but you should also visit the American Memory site of the Library of Congress (which houses the collection of Farm Security Administration photography) and the National Archives (which retains the records of the Federal Writers' Project) site for more in-depth guidance.
Juliet Gorman, May 2001