Aerial Photography Digital Collection Brochure (2005)

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Aerial Photography Digital Collection Brochure (2005)
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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What did your Florida hometown look like
50 years ago? Was it even there? How could
we find out?

Between 1937 and 1972, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture flew hundreds of flights across the
United States capturing pictures of all
agriculturally productive lands. These images
provide a unique view of Florida's lands before
the swamps were drained, the trees timbered,
and modem cities and highways emerged.

In 2002-04, the Florida Department of State
funded the From the Air project at the Digital
Library Center, University of Florida Libraries.
The project has made 80,000 aerial photographs
of Florida available over the Web at
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/collections/FLAP


Using the aerial collection

Go to the aerial photography web site at
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the aerial tiles associated with that location
appear in a table.


click the zoom-in magnifier button
over the Eustis dot until the
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From the Air, funded by Florida LSTA, is a project
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collaboration with the PALMM digital initiative
of the public universities of Florida
Email: dlcAmail.uflib.ufl.edu
(352) 846-0129


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What did your Florida hometown look like 50 years ago? Was it even there? How could we find out? Between 1937 and 1972, the U.S. Department of Agriculture flew hundreds of flights across the United States capturing pictures of all agriculturally productive lands. These images provide a unique view of Floridas lands before the swamps were drained, the trees timbered, and modern cities and highways emerged. In 2002-04, the Florida Department of State funded the From the Air project at the Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries. The project has made 80,000 aerial photographs of Florida available over the Web at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/collections/FLAP Using the aerial collection Go to the aerial photography web site at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/collections/FLAP Click to open the map. Map Interface 1. Click on Basic Search 2. Type in the name of your city, e.g., Eustis and click the Search button. A yellow dot appears on the map at Eustis and the aerial tiles associated with that location appear in a table. 3. Click on the camera icon to go to individual titles, or click the zoom-in magnifier button over the Eustis dot until the individual tiles are displayed. Individual tiles located To identify individual dots, click on place the cross hairs over the exact center of the dot and click. Individual tile image displays From the Air, funded by Florida LSTA, is a project of the University of Florida Libraries in collaboration with the PALMM digital initiative of the public universities of Florida Email: dlc@mail.uflib.ufl.edu (352) 846-0129