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Warner family papers - 1862-1939

  • HMA0082
  • Coleção
  • 1862-1939 (predominant: (bulk 1900-1930))

Correspondence, personal and business records, manuscripts, postcards, advertisements and other memorabilia from the J.W. Warner family, who were Miami's first florists, establishing the Miami Floral Company in 1906. Includes records for Warner House, their home and place of business; promotional material for the Magnetic Comb Company; a first-day cover commemorating the start of air mail service to Tallahassee; diaries of George H. Griffin ("Uncle George"), and an autobiographical narrative by Lena Clarke, Mrs. Warner's sister.

Miami Floral Company bills, orders and receipts.

Warner House insurance records.

Warner family

CenTrust Federal Savings Bank documents - 1989-1990

  • HMA0217
  • Coleção
  • 1989-1990

Memos, reports and other documents from the office of Thrift Supervision, which oversaw the government's takeover of the bank's operation. Also included is a newspaper clipping file detailing the problems that led to the bank's failure.

Centrust Federal Savings Bank

Earl Hoag scrapbooks - 1902-1941

  • HMA0165
  • Coleção
  • 1902-1941 (predominant: (bulk 1917-1938))

Clippings, correspondence, brochures, typescripts, invitations and other memorabilia trace the career of Lieutenant Colonel Earl Hoag and with it much early history of American aviation. Includes Miami High School student yearbook (Miahi 1914); a wealth of aviation clippings for 1917-1921; with much information on the 1919 transcontinental air race during which 10 out of 39 pilots were killed.

Hoag, Earl S., 1895-1968

Miami Conservatory of Music scrapbooks - 1921-1955

  • HMA0088
  • Coleção
  • 1921-1955

Concert programs, newsclippings, correspondence, magazine articles, cartoons, photographic prints, and newsletters trace the activities of the Miami Conservatory from its beginning in 1921 until the mid-1950s. Material also covers a wide range of musical events, organizations and individuals in South Florida for those years. There is also much information on the early years of the University of Miami, on the Aeolian Chorus (women's voices), and on the Musicians Club of America, which aimed to provide retirement facilities for musicians

Miami Conservatory of Music (Miami, Fla.)

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