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For Friends of the George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida FALL 2013 Papers of writer and activist Stetson Kennedy join those of his contemporaries, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Zora Neale Hurston(Left to Right) Marvin Dunn, Lucy Anne Hurston and Peggy Bulger comment on a question posed by moderator Ben Brotemarkle during the panel Stetson Kennedy, Re-imagining Justice in the 21st Century, marking the opening of the Stetson Kennedy Papers at UF. (Photo by Clayton Photography) By James Cusick Curator, PK Yonge Library of Florida Historye Papers of Stetson Kennedy, rebrand activist, writer and folklorist of the American South, were ocially dedicated at the University of Florida (UF) on October 22. Kennedy, best known for exposs on the Ku Klux Klan in the 1940s, attended the University of Florida in 1935 but chaed at the demands of college classes. Instead, he joined the ranks of the New Deal-era Federal Writers Project, then preparing the American Guide Series on Florida, where he worked with Zora Neale Hurston and Alan Lomax, learned the art of oral history, and began to speak out against the Jim Crow laws of racial discrimination. I n a life that spanned almost a century, and a writing career of some 80 years, Stetson Kennedy (1916-2011) epitomized the energy and drive of American social activism. Now his thoughts and works are preserved at UF, the school he always regarded as his alma mater, joining those of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Zora Neale Hurston as part of the literary manuscripts of Special Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries. Besides his association with Hurston and Rawlings, Kennedys writings and advocacy for social justice brought him into contact with Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Richard Wright, Woody and Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Studs Terkel, Erskine Caldwell and Florida freedom ghters Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore. Many of his books have become classics, including Palmetto Country (1942), Southern Exposure (1946) and The Klan Unmasked (1954). But it was only in the 1990s, when he was in his seventies, that accolades started to roll in, with more than 35 honors. He wasINSIDE 3 Panama Canal centennial 4 Honor Roll of Donors 9 Pioneer Days in Florida digitization; 1934-2006 dissertation digitization 10 Exhibits; Historic newspaper digitization 11 Student assistant scholarship winner; Jewish Floridian newspaper now online; Friends of the Libraries form 12 Message from the deanLandmark Day for UF and Smathers Libraries(Cont. on page 2)
2 Chapter One FALL 2013Stetson Kennedy Papers (Cont.)inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame in 2005. The University of Florida commemorated the opening of the Stetson Kennedy Papers with an open house highlighting his work, a showing of Soul of a People telling the story of the Federal Writers Project and a symposium, Stetson Kennedy: ReImagining Justice in the 21st Century. Nothing demonstrated the impact of his work better than the symposium, which opened with acclaimed Delta Blues musician Willie Green on harmonica, and Bill Foote on guitar, to a packed auditorium of about 180 at Pugh Hall. Paul Ortz, executive director of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, and UF First Lady Chris Machen provided highlights of Kennedys career, including his close friendship with folk singer Woody Guthrie and Kennedys write in candidacy run for office against Senator George Smathers in 1950. Still, it was the present, not the past, that took center place in a lively panel discussion, moderated by Ben Brotemarkle, executive director of the Florida Historical Society, and featuring retired FIU professor Marvin Dunn, former director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress Peggy Bulger and Lucy Anne Hurston, author and niece of literary luminary Zora Neale Hurston. In a program that ranged in theme from the need to vote to the basis of social compassion, all three noted scholars addressed issues close to Kennedys heart. The auditorium fell silent when Marvin Dunn, recounting the lynching of Claude Neal in Jackson County, Florida, in 1934, proceeded to name the men responsible, saying their names had remained secret for too long. But he quickly added that it is the present, not the past, that should concern us. Those people who did that are dead, he said No one alive today is responsible for those actions. Whites need to lose their guilt and blacks their resentments over what people in the past did so that we can confront what happened Because Stetson Kennedys career should make us mindful not to think that we are now too civilized, too generous, too kind, to do evil. We are just this far away squeezing his thumb and forefinger paper thin from choosing to make some other group outcast and a target of our outrage. Shortly after, in answer to a question about the legacy of Kennedys generation of activists, Lucy Anne Hurston told the audience, Things dont start over each generation. We stand on the shoulders of giants. But if you are under 25 years old, you need to be very afraid. You do not know how to fight. You havent had to fight. People before you did your fighting for you. All the gains of the past are fragile, she said, and there are groups who would like to abridge them or curtail them, if complacency gives them the chance to try. You need to learn to fight, she said. Asked the importance of oral history in preserving peoples stories, Peggy Bulger responded that culture, because it is constantly changing, has to be constantly recorded. In 1980, she said, a hundred shrimp boats put out from Fernandina every day. Last year there were eight. Thats an example of a traditional way of life now disappearing, she said. But new traditions and new folk cultures are also constantly being made. Sandra Parks, Kennedys widow, concluded the evening with thanks to UF President Bernie Machen and First Lady Chris Machen for their enthusiasm in bringing Kennedys collection full circle to UF. But her special heros, she said, were Dean Judith Russell of the University of Florida library system and Dean William A. Garrison of the University of South Florida (USF) library system. USF, she noted, took in some 52 boxes of Kennedys materials in 1996, at a time when the materials were bursting the seams of his rustic house at Beluthahatchee, Florida, often at the mercy of Floridas climate. Im not sure those materials would have survived without USF, she said. Now she is doubly grateful, as Deans Russell and Garrison agreed to transfer the USF material to UF. It will be united with the 70 to 90 boxes of materials donated through the Stetson Kennedy Trust, to become the major encompassing collection of Kennedys works, published and unpublished, as well as of a wealth of audio and audiovisual recordings. I am profoundly grateful to Deans Garrison and Russell for making this possible, said Parks. Further enhancing the collection at UF are microfilm copies of papers held at Georgia State University, the Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the University of North Carolina. Across town, the Civic Media Center holds Kennedys personal library. Events were co-sponsored by the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, the P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History/Stewards of Florida History at the George A. Smathers Libraries, the UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere Rothman Endowment and the Civic Media Center. There are so many intellectual and documentary connections that can be made between Stetson Kennedy and our existing collections. The value of the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Papers and the Zora Neale Hurston Papers increase exponentially with the addition of the Kennedy material. Florence Turcotte archivist for the literary collections Photo by Judith Geftner
e George A. Smathers Libraries, in partnership with campus cultural and academic units, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal in 2014. During the centennial year, two multi-day events are planned for spring and summer 2014 and will highlight the Panama and the Canal online collection that was greatly enhanced by the transference of the Panama Canal Museums collection to UF in 2012. Select museum materials are being digitized for ease of online access. Objects, oral histories and exhibits are available from the UF Digital Collections, ufdc.u.edu/pcm. Panama Considered: Perspectives of Science, Business, History and the Social Sciences: 63rd Annual Conference of the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida To kick o the Centennial year, the Libraries are a co-sponsor of the Center for Latin American Studies conference to be held March 1921, 2014. Participants include Jorge Quijano, CEO of the Panama Canal Authority; Richard Wainio, speaking on Infrastructure and shipping; Stanley Heckadon, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, discussing Dilemmas of Development; and Julie Greene, author of e Canal Builders: Making Americas Empire at the Panama Canal e session Preserving the Past: Museums, Archives, and Oral History will be moderated by Rachel Schipper, associate dean and chair of the Libraries Panama Canal Centennial Celebration and panelists include Angeles Ramos Baquero, Museo del Canal Interocenico de Panam; Paul Morgan, retired U.S. Army Chaplain and professor, University of South Florida; Paul Losch, UF Latin American Collection and Paul Ortiz, UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Project. For more information, see www.latam.u.edu/ news-events/annual-conference.2014 Centennial Weekende Panama Canal Centennial celebration takes place in Gainesville, Florida on August 15-17, 2014. Friday night will feature a concert by the Symphony of the Americas Chamber Orchestra, Summerfest 2014, featuring artistic director James Brooks-Bruzzese, conductor and recipient of the 2005 Hispanic Heritage Foundation Kennedy Center award. Several signature pieces will be composed by Panamanian Juan Castillo and pianist Lorenzo Tuchi Flores, director of the Mission Chamber Orchestra of Rome. On Saturday the Panama Canal Zone Day will be held at the Florida Museum of Natural History featuring butteries from Panama, fossils from the Panama Canal, Canal Zone oral histories, family photographs, food and folkloric dancers. Sunday morning will feature curator tours of campus exhibitions, followed by Edith Barkowitz Crouch speaking on the art of the Kuna, to complement an exhibition of select molas from the Panama Canal Museum Collection at the Harn Museum of Art. Exhibitions, including a 38-. Canal model from the Nationaal Baggermuseum in the Netherlands, will be open throughout the year across campus. For more information on the celebration see www.uib.u. edu/giving/images/Panama-canalcelebration.pdf.FALL 2013 Chapter One 3 The University of Florida prepares to celebrate the Panama Canal 2014 centennialHans Wijn, former director of the Nationaal Baggermuseum, Sliedrecht Netherlands, reassembled the 38-ft. model of the Panama Canal in Smathers Library, Room 1A. Library staff and volunteers assisted Dr. Wijn.
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Sargent FALL 2013 Chapter One 7 Dr. Lillian Guerra, professor of history, spoke at the October Authors@UF program in Smathers Library about her book Visions of Power in Cuba: Revolution, Redemption, and Resistance, 19591971 Future Authors@UF programs will be announced at www.uflib.ufl.edu/authorsuf.Includes gifts received by the George A. Smathers Libraries from October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013
8 Chapter One FALL 2013 Mr. Gerald F. Savage Mrs. Lois B. & The Hon. Harvey E. Schlesinger Dr. J. Eric Schonblom Mr. Peter Schottmiller & Ms. Patricia A. Hart Captain Kurt D. & Mrs. Frances X. Schulze Dr. John F. & Dr. Lynn T. Scott Mrs. Patricia K. & Mr. Dennis A. Scovel Ms. Kaye L. Sergant Mr. John D. & Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shafer Dr. Cindy S. Sheets & Dr. Jonathan G. Scammell Mr. Thomas R. Shelton Dr. Cynthia H. & Dr. Chiayi Shen Mrs. Joyce E. & Dr. Robert R. Sherman Mr. Amir Siddiqi Isabel D. & Dr. Christopher Silver Mrs. Wendy & Mr. Steven I. Silver Ms. Ilene Silverman-Budd & Mr. Harvey M. Budd Gwendolyn D. Simmons, Ph.D. Mrs. Kristy S. & Mr. John V. Simon, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Y. & Mr. Thomas B. Simpson III Mrs. Joan & Mr. Thomas A. Skowronek Ms. Jan M. Slotnick Mr. Gilbert M. & Mrs. Pauline M. Smith Dr. Jeffrey P. Smith & Ms. Monica Botero-Smith Mrs. Margaret N. & Mr. Charles L. Smith Ms. Patricia H. Smith Dr. Stanley K. & Mrs. Rita J. Smith Mrs. Margaret O. & Mr. F. 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FALL 2013 Chapter One 9rough its Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Program, the University of Florida (UF) is building a digital collection of approximately 12,000 dissertations written by PhD graduates from 1934-2006. In 2007 UF began requiring doctoral degree candidates to submit dissertations in a digital format, while those from earlier years were primarily available in print or microlm. e current online submission process ensures that research is made available in a timely manner to as wide an audience as possible, and this project will make a more comprehensive set of dissertations available online. e Digital Services Department of the George A. Smathers Libraries is contacting authors and copyright holders of UF dissertations from 19342006 with e-mails, letters and postcards, to inform them of the project. ere is no cost to authors and copyright holders and copyright remains with them. e goal is to enable access to the past scholarship by making all UF dissertations available electronically in the Institutional Repository at UF (IR@ UF) at http://ufdc.u.edu/ufetd. Dissertations are commonly used as the basis for research and are popular requests from other libraries and their patrons. We are pleased to bring this important scholarly material to researchers, said Dean of University Libraries Judith Russell. e doctoral dissertations at the University of Florida represent a large amount of unique intellectual content and online access to the dissertations that were previously only available in print or microlm means this research can now be viewed and read by scholars and students around the world. Of the 12,078 dissertations submitted between 1934 and 2006, 5,220 have been digitized, with more being added every day. Aer the print dissertations have been digitized, a physical copy will remain in the University Archives. To view the dissertations already online or search for a persons name go to http:// ufdc.u.edu/ufetd. Dissertations by authors who cannot be located through a search process will be digitized and remain available electronically unless the author or copyright holder chooses to opt out of public access to the work. Electronic versions will be retained for preservation purposes even if they are removed from public access. Updates on dissertation status within the project are also available. Authors can nd dissertation status or opt out of public access at http://uib.u.edu/ mydissertation or contact Christy Shorey directly at UFdissertations@ uib.u.edu or (352) 273-2831.1934-2006 UF dissertations being digitized for open access Wing of National Archives funds digitizing 19th century diaries and lettersBy James Cusick Curator, PK Yonge Library of Florida HistoryA grant award from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) will allow 38,000 pages (18,000 are online so far) of original 19th-century memoirs, diaries and letters housed in Special Collections to go online over the next 18 months. The project, Pioneer Days in Florida ( http://ufdc.ufl. edu/pioneerdays ) features easy-tomanipulate digital versions of some of the Libraries rarest and most fragile materials, including an English womens memoir about the American Revolution, an illustrated pocket diary from the Second Seminole War, John Lee Williams illustrated second edition of Territory of Florida left unpublished at the time of his death in 1856 and several travel accounts of Florida in the 1870s. The project will open online access to about 50% of the Libraries total holdings in 19thcentury manuscripts. Folded into the project will be Civil War letters, already online at Florida and the Civil War ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/wbts ) and print versions of many items. First to go up were the diaries of Otis Keene, a Florida business man and Union sympathizer during the Civil War, who had to move out of state after being threatened for his proUnion views. An 1865 diary entry gives an account of the atmosphere in Washington on the night of President Abraham Lincolns assassination. The Ormond Family Papers, running from the end of Floridas colonial period through the 19th century are also already online. There is a mystery item a handwritten historical romance novel set in Jacksonville, by an unknown authoress, who probably lived in or visited the city sometime in the first decade of the 20th century. This is the second time the library has won a significant grant from NHPRC. Americas Swamp (http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ swamp), funded in 2009, focused on putting up major collections related to the Everglades. The agency is enthusiastic about Pioneer Days in Florida, which will be featured in its 2013 annual report. Leaves from an unpublished version of the 19th century work Territory of Florida by the writer and naturalist John Lee Williams, to be included in the digital project Pioneer Days in Florida.
10 Chapter One FALL 2013 EXHIBITS By Patrick Reakes Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences Library (Library West)e George A. Smathers Libraries were recently awarded funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to digitize approximately 100,000 pages of historic newspapers. e $325,000 NEH grant will provide funding support for the Florida and Puerto Rico Digital Newspaper Project, which is part of the states and territorys participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). Led by project director Patrick Reakes and co-director Margarita Vargas-Betancourt, the project is a collaboration between the Smathers Libraries and the library at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras. It will provide a national, digital resource of historically signicant newspapers published between 1836 and 1922 from Florida and Puerto Rico. e completed project will provide free, internet-based access to newspapers that are currently available only on aging microlm. e digitized papers will be available through the Library of Congress Chronicling America, the University of Florida Libraries Florida Digital Newspaper Library and the Biblioteca Digital Puertorriquea at the University of Puerto Rico. In support of the award, Dr. James Cusick, curator of the P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History at the University of Florida, wrote: is project strengthens and enhances the University of Floridas existing database of online newspapers. It ensures more complete coverage of the 19th century for Florida while laying a strong groundwork for digital versions of expanded newspaper coverage that occurred as Florida entered its rst major boom period of development, population growth and expansion in the rst two decades of the 20th century. The National Endowment for the Humanities: Humanities Collections and Reference ResourcesLibraries receive $325,000 grant award for historic newspaper digitization100 Years of Range Cattle: Research, Teaching, & Extension at UF and 500 Years of Florida Cattle History November 2013 January 2014 Marston Science Library An exhibit highlighting the importance and history of range cattle in the State of Florida. Includes photographs and maps that showcase the history of County Extension and the UF Animal Science research programs. Explores beef cattle as a cultural and Economic staple of Floridas past, present and future. Curated by Elizabeth King and Valrie MinsonWhen Phantasie Takes Flight: the Art & Imagination of Arthur Rackham November 12, 2013 December 18, 2013 Smathers Library Gallery, 2nd Floor Featuring over 16 limited and signed editions by renowned British childrens illustrator Arthur Rackham, When Phantasie Takes Flight: the Art & Imagination of Arthur Rackham explores the breathtaking published artwork of Rackham and also places his work within the broader context of childrens illustration from 1823 2010. Highlights of the exhibition include e Peter Pan Portfolio which contains illustrations not published in the original Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, as well works by famed illustrators such as Walter Crane, Aubrey Beardsley, Willy Pogny, Howard Pyle and N.C. Wyeth, among others. Items on view are from the Baldwin Library of Historical Childrens Literature and the Harold and Mary Jean Hanson Rare Books Collection Curated by Suzan A. Alteri and John Ingram.Haggadah!en January 13, 2014 March 20, 2014 Smathers Library Gallery, 2nd Floor Featuring scarce haggadot from the Price Library of Judaica, that are each a unique reection of their community, place, and time. Curated by Rebecca Jeerson.The World of The Yearling: Florida in the 1870s February 1, 2014 February 28, 2014 Smathers Library, Room 1A Featuring the original manuscript for e Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, as well photographs, maps and other documents relating to life in Florida in the 19th century. Curated by Flo Turcotte and James Cusick.Revolutionary Cuba Through Womens Eyes: 1890s-2014en March 31, 2014 May 16, 2014 Smathers Library Gallery, 2nd Floor Although the centralizing role of women in Cuban history has been silenced, they played a central role in Cuban revolutions. eir prominent position and unique vantage points will be illustrated through recently acquired original photographs, documents, artifacts and oral histories. Curated by Margarita VargasBetancourt and Lillian Guerra.
e fall 2013 James and Leslie Rutherford Library Student Assistant Scholarship essay competition was won by eresa (Nikki) Gordon, who works at the Education Library. Nikki is a third-year marketing major and is planning to apply for a combined masters degree in international business. She is from Brooksville, Florida. e $500 scholarship is awarded during the fall and spring semesters to a student assistant employed by the George A. Smathers Libraries.FALL 2013 Chapter One 11 Name Address City State Zip Home Phone Business Phone Method of Payment: I have enclosed a check payable to the UFF/Friends of the Libraries #000223 OR designate the fund of your choice from the list at the le. Employees of the University of Florida may wish to take advantage of the payroll deduction process to provide their level of support. Check here for payroll deduction. Please mail form to the Oce of Development, University of Florida, George A. 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Smathers Libraries have now completed the conversion of 127 microfilm reels of The Jewish Floridian newspaper to digital format. The results can be found in the Libraries Ethnic Newspapers from Florida database: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/l/ethnicnews This new database features 22 newspaper titles, including The Jewish Floridian along with African American newspapers like the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Other ethnic newspapers currently located in the main Florida Digital Newspaper Library ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/fdnl1 ) will soon be added to the site for ease of access. An online presentation describing the history and background of this newspaper along with other ethnic newspapers in Florida has been created (http://sein.adobeconnect.com/p7yt5wgca43/) and includes a tutorial on how to access the collections. Viewers are encouraged to complete a short survey to give feedback at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSQFW6K. e project is a collaboration between the Smathers Libraries, the Jewish Museum of Florida, the Broward County Public Library System, the MiamiDade Public Library System and the Palm Beach County Library System. The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nations 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Through grant making, policy development and research, IMLS helps communities and individuals thrive through broad public access to knowledge, cultural heritage and lifelong learning.
At the Smathers Libraries we are constantly striving to meet the needs and requests of University of Florida students, faculty, sta and researchers. In doing so, there have been recent improvements in Smathers Library, which opened in 1925, and other exciting changes will be completed in the coming months. A two story area with balcony o of the Grand Reading Room that was most recently occupied by special and area studies collections faculty and sta, is currently undergoing renovations designed by famed Miami architect Kenneth Treister. e area is slated for completion in mid-January and will become the Judaic Reading Room with a special and area studies classroom and seminar room. e interior design, artwork and furniture design is by Kenneth Treister, with generous support from Samuel Price in loving memory of his son, Todd Carroll Price. ere will be an open house on Monday, January 20 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. e Kenneth Treister Collection at the University of Florida includes architectural drawings, project les, correspondence, publications and writings, photographs, documentary lms and other materials spanning from the 1950s into the 21st century. Treister is an architect, sculptor, photographer, artist, author and lecturer. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1953 with a degree in architecture. A lifelong resident of Miami, primarily Coconut Grove, he is best known for his design and planning work in that region. e Judaic art and architecture of Treister will be on display at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art Auditorium the month of January. e Latin American Collection Reading Room, currently located on the fourth oor, will move to spacious quarters on the third oor early in the spring semester. Renovations are currently underway and the 9,120 square foot reading and reference room with sta oces will include direct access to the book stacks and public computers, plus reference and bilingual services. e suite will be entered from the third oor stairway. e Map and Imagery Library currently located in a portion of the rst oor of the Marston Science Library, is anticipated to move to the rst oor of Smathers Library in the space previously occupied by the Smathers Library Bookstore and sta oces. e move will enable the collection to become more visible and oer additional study space for students. e new spaces will be inviting and spacious, giving Smathers Library a friendly and updated atmosphere while retaining the character of the 88 year old building. I encourage you to visit and enjoy each of the new public spaces when completed. Judith C. Russell Dean of University Libraries GEORGE A. SMATHERS LIBRARIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Judith C. Russell Dean of University Libraries Cecilia E. Botero Associate Dean and Drs. Martin and Sandra Fackler Director of Health Science Center Libraries Diane Bruxvoort Senior Associate Dean Brian W. Keith Associate Dean for Administration and Faculty Affairs Rachel A. Schipper Associate Dean Chapter One is published semi-annually and distributed to friends of the libraries and selected institutions. Questions and comments should be addressed to the editor, Barbara Hood, (352) 273-2505, or firstname.lastname@example.org. www.uflib.ufl.edu/giving/chap_one.htmlChapter One George A. Smathers Libraries PO Box 117000 Gainesville FL 32611-7000NON-PROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID GAINESVILLE FL PERMIT NO 94 DEANS MESSAGE Judith C. Russell Dean of University Libraries