Piecing together the story of one of the hundreds of artifacts in UF's Bob Hope Collection.
The translation of a famous Hebrew poem, half a world away from the events it described, layered new meanings on familiar fears.
When you recall an image of Alice in Wonderland, which Alice do you see?
The Governor told the university to start construction, and simply stop construction once the money ran out. All that was able to be built of the auditorium were the walls, roof trusses, and a composition roof.
In this months' blog post, a series of photos from the Panama Canal Museum Collection sheds a stark light on the reality of the making of the Culebra Cut, which completed the groundwork needed to bring the construction of the Panama Canal to a close.
A copy of John Muir's The Mountains of California contains nearly a century of mementos from the family who sheltered him in Cedar Key.
This month's post looks at modern Colombian filmmaking through the holdings of the Latin American and Caribbean collections.
A newly-edited volume explores the correspondence of two bookish friends.
Our Popular Culture Curator explores the connections between stage and statehouse in our collection of historical playbills and theater programs.
In mid-19th century London, Abigail Lindo published a Hebrew and English dictionary. She was one of only a few women of the time to publish foreign language dictionaries.