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A Guide to the W. H. Schulz Photograph Album

Finding aid created by Carl Van Ness

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections

February 2017



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Schulz, W. H.
Title: W. H. Schulz Photograph Album
Dates: 1918
Abstract: Photograph album created by W. H. Schulz during his time at the University of Florida. The photographs depict people, events, and buildings at the University of Florida as well as images of Cedar Key and houses and farms in unidentified areas. Of special interest are images of flag rush, a train derailment, ships at Cedar Key, and three photos of an alligator being baited and caught.
Extent: 1 folder (11 items; 55 photographs).
Identification: Ms Coll. 136
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

W. H. Schulz was probably a member of the Student Army Training Corps stationed at the University of Florida in 1918. Schulz was not listed in the student register.


Scope and Content

This is a fragment of a photograph album created by W. H. Schulz during his time at the University of Florida. The photographs depict people, events, and buildings at the University of Florida as well as images of Cedar Key and houses and farms in unidentified areas. Of special interest are images of flag rush, a train derailment, ships at Cedar Key, and three photos of an alligator being baited and caught.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], W. H. Schulz Photograph Album, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The collection came from the office of historian Samuel Proctor. The collection was given to him by Richard H. Schulz, M.D., Marianna, Florida. (Letter dated November 30, 1987).


Selected Subjects and Access Terms

Florida--Cedar Key
Florida--Gainesville
Photographs
University of Florida




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