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List of Carnegie libraries in Florida

The following list of Carnegie libraries in Florida provides detailed information on United States Carnegie libraries in Florida, where 10 public libraries were built from 10 grants (totaling $198,000) awarded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York from 1901 to 1917. In addition, academic libraries were built at 4 institutions (totaling $76,500).

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  Building still operating as a library  Building standing, but now serving another purpose  Building no longer standing  Building listed on the National Register of Historic Places  Building contributes to a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places

Carnegie libraries
Library City or town Image Date granted[1] Grant amount[1] Location Notes
1 Bartow Bartow Mar 18, 1911 $8,000 Demolished in 1998
2 Bradenton Bradenton Bradenton FL Carnegie Library01.jpg Feb 3, 1917 $10,000
3 Clearwater Clearwater Mar 16, 1915 $10,000 Demolished c.2000
4 Gainesville Gainesville Mar 31, 1916 $10,000 Demolished in 1954
5 Jacksonville Jacksonville Jax FL Old Free Public Library02.jpg Feb 13, 1902 $55,000
6 Ocala Ocala Ocala-Carnegie.jpg Feb 21, 1907 $10,000 Demolished in 1968
7 Palmetto Palmetto Palmetto FL HD Hist Park Carnegie Lib01.jpg Jan 14, 1914 $10,000
8 St. Petersburg St. Petersburg St. Pete Mirror Lake Library02.jpg Jul 9, 1913 $17,500
9 Tampa Tampa Tampa Free Public Library01.jpg Dec 30, 1901 $50,000
10 West Tampa West Tampa West Tampa Free Public Library.jpg Jan 2, 1913 $17,500
Academic libraries
Institution Locality Image Year granted Grant amount Location Notes
1 Fessenden Academy Martin Mar 15, 1905 $6,500
2 State Normal and Industrial College for Colored Students, today Florida A&M University Tallahassee CarnegieLibraryTLH.JPG Jul 18, 1905 $10,000 Now houses the Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum. Carnegie built his library at the negro college after the city of Tallahassee refused it, because under Carnegie's rules it would have to have served all (i.e., black) patrons.
3 John B. Stetson University DeLand Stetson Univ - Sampson Hall2.jpg Mar 12, 1906 $40,000 Now Sampson Hall
4 Rollins College Winter Park Jun 22, 1905 $20,000
Carnegie Hall Library at Rollins College

One of the Florida libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie was on the campus of Rollins College in Winter Park. According to Cohen (2006), Carnegie’s “donation of 108 libraries to colleges in the first two decades of the twentieth century assisted 10 percent of the institutions of higher learning in the United States. Carnegie had a preference for colleges and universities that served African-American students, which Rollins College president William Fremont Blackman noted the school did in a letter to Carnegie appealing for a library in 1904:[2]

The fact that it is the only college in the country, North or South, in which the grandchildren of abolitionists and confederate soldiers, in about equal numbers, sit together in the same class-room and play together on the same athletic field, and learn thus to understand, respect and love one another;

Blackman’s request consisted of $35,000 in total: “$20,000 for a fireproof building, $3,000 for books, and $12,000 as an endowment for the continued purchase of books” (Cohen). Blackman received a response from Carnegie’s secretary James Bertram that noted the request was too general for consideration, and that Carnegie would need a profile of the university before consideration. Little progress was made for over a year, when Blackman again wrote to Carnegie, noting the university’s need for a library. Trustees and friends of the university wrote to Carnegie on Blackman’s behalf, including W.W. Cummer, a trustee from Jacksonville who served on the board of the city’s new Carnegie Library. A letter dated 22 June 1905 and written from Carnegie’s home in Scotland brought the welcome news of the offer of a library. Carnegie offered $20,000 for the construction of a library provided that the same amount would be raised for the library’s upkeep. While grateful for Carnegie’s proposal, Blackman was uneasy with its terms because the amount of funding required to match Carnegie’s offer would put a strain on those who had donated to start the college’s endowment fund ($200,000) as well as paid a debt ($30,000). In correspondence to Bertram dated July 11, 1905 Blackman wrote (according to Cohen):

Our college is in the poorest of States, remote from all centers of wealth and population, and our friends have strained themselves to the uttermost, in the effort to raise $230,000 in two years. I am by no means sure that we can meet Mr. Carnegie’s conditions.

In a January 1906 letter Blackman wrote to Carnegie expressing concern about meeting the conditions for the gift, noting that the college had a large debt that took “considerable self-sacrifice on the part of our friends.” That summer, another Florida college, Stetson University, was awarded $40,000 for a library from Carnegie. Upon learning this Blackman again wrote to Carnegie, seeking to amend the original terms of the agreement to match the amount that Stetson was awarded. He was turned down, but a year later was able to notify Carnegie that the school’s trustees had been able to match the $20,000 necessary for the gift to be awarded. Bertram wrote to Blackman to inform him that Carnegie had “authorized his Cashier…to arrange payments on Library Building, as work progresses, to the extent of Twenty Thousand Dollars.” The library, to be named Carnegie Hall, was dedicated on February 18, 1909.

The building had over 8,000 square feet of space, and was the school’s first dedicated library building. It served as so from 1909 until 1951. In addition to its function as a library, Carnegie Hall also served as the school’s post office. Since the library was moved from Carnegie to the newly built Mills Memorial Library, it has also housed a bookstore, admissions office, faculty offices, and human resources.[3]

Carnegie Library at Stetson University

Sampson Hall, Stetson University's Carnegie library was opened in 1908. The Carnegie donation was matched with funds donated by John B. Stetson's wife, Elizabeth S. Stetson, and the library later was named Sampson Library in honor of C.T. Sampson, one of the university's foremost trustees. Of the academic libraries that Carnegie helped to fund, Stetson's Sampson library received funds greatly exceeding those received by others in the state. The funding was given on March 12, 1906. Two years later, the resulting Sampson Library was a gorgeous structure which housed the university's library for fifty-six years before a lack of space led to changes. The structure was designed by Henry John Klutho, the first Floridian Architect to be inducted to the American Institute of Architects, and reflects the neoclassical style many Carnegie libraries adopted. The library's edifice is emblazoned with "Education is Power" in Roman style lettering and all around the building are the names of persons influential to academia, such as Chaucer, Tennyson, and Longfellow.[4] When Sampson Library was relocated to the DuPont-Ball Library in 1964, the entire university- students, faculty, and staff- helped to move the books by hand from one building to the other. Students we asked to give an hour of their time to move the resources, but many worked even longer helping to move the materials whose numbers exceed 100,000. Sampson Hall is still used by Stetson University and is a prominent structure along the palm court at the heart of the university. Today its space is divided into classrooms and faculty offices used by the Art, modern language, and American Studies departments; and also is home to student art studio spaces. It'd place as the library's former home and a building of great architectural importance on campus is still prominent.[5]

Notes
  1. At various times, Bobinski and Jones disagree on these numbers. In these cases, Jones' numbers have been used due to both a more recent publication date and a more detailed gazetteer of branch libraries, which are often where the discrepancies occur.
  2. Cohen, D.K. (2000). Andrew Carnegie and Academic Library Philanthropy: The Case of Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. Libraries & Culture, 35(3), 389-408. JSTOR 25548838
  3. Rollins Olin Library. (2012). History of the Rollins Library-Library Buildings. Retrieved from http://www.rollins.edu/library/about/history2.html
  4. https://www.google.com/maps/@29.0346766,-81.302794,3a,75y,176.02h,138.06t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sNqZQBuwrA3qBkslp78_luw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
  5. http://www.stetson.edu/other/about/history.php/
References
  • Anderson, Florence (1963). Carnegie Corporation Library Program 1911–1961. New York: Carnegie Corporation. OCLC 1282382.
  • Bobinski, George S. (1969). Carnegie Libraries: Their History and Impact on American Public Library Development. Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN 0-8389-0022-4.
  • Jones, Theodore (1997). Carnegie Libraries Across America. New York: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0-471-14422-3.
  • Miller, Durand R. (1943). Carnegie Grants for Library Buildings, 1890–1917. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York. OCLC 2603611.

Note: The above references, while all authoritative, are not entirely mutually consistent. Some details of this list may have been drawn from one of the references (usually Jones) without support from the others. Reader discretion is advised.

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List of Presidents of Florida State University

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The President of Florida State University is the Executive Officer of the Florida State University Board of Trustees, and, essentially, the leader of the university. Florida State's campus is in Tallahassee, Florida . Although the institution was officially founded on January 24, 1851, it officially became a Liberal Arts College in 1897. Florida State is a senior member of the State University System of Florida . Founded in 1851, it is located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in the state of Florida. The University is classified as a Research University with Very High Research by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching . The university comprises 16 separate colleges and more than 110 centers, facilities, labs and institutes that offer more than 360 programs of study, including professional school programs. The university has an annual budget of over $1.7 billion. Florida State is home to Florida's only National Laboratory – the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and is



Alachua County, Florida

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Alachua County ( ə-LATCH-oo-ə) is a county in the U.S. state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 247,336.[1] The county seat is Gainesville,[2] the home of the University of Florida. Alachua County is included in the Gainesville, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county is known for its diverse culture, local music, and artisans. Much of its economy revolves around the university. HistoryEdit Early historyEdit The first people known to have entered the area of Alachua County were Paleo-Indians, who left artifacts in the Santa Fe River basin prior to 8000 BCE. Artifacts from the Archaic period (8000 - 2000 BCE) have been found at several sites in Alachua County. Permanent settlements appeared in what is now Alachua County around 100 CE, as people of the wide-ranging Deptford culture developed the local Cades Pond culture. The Cades Pond culture gave way to the Alachua culture around 600 CE.[3] The Timucua-speaking Potanos lived in the Alachua culture area in the 16th century, when the



Public library

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Patrons studying and reading at the New York Public Library Main Branch. A public library is a library that is accessible by the general public and is generally funded from public sources, such as taxes. It is operated by librarians and library paraprofessionals, who are also civil servants. There are five fundamental characteristics shared by public libraries. The first is that they are generally supported by taxes (usually local, though any level of government can and may contribute); they are governed by a board to serve the public interest; they are open to all, and every community member can access the collection; they are entirely voluntary in that no one is ever forced to use the services provided; and they provide basic services without charge.[1] Public libraries exist in many countries across the world and are often considered an essential part of having an educated and literate population. Public libraries are distinct from research libraries, school libraries, and other special libraries i



New York Public Library

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The New York Public Library (NYPL) is a public library system in New York City. With nearly 53 million items, the New York Public Library is the second largest public library in the United States (behind the Library of Congress), and fourth largest in the world.[3] It is a private, non-governmental, independently managed, nonprofit corporation operating with both private and public financing.[4] The library has branches in the boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island, and affiliations with academic and professional libraries in the metropolitan area of New York State. The City of New York's other two boroughs, Brooklyn and Queens, are served by the Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Library, respectively. The branch libraries are open to the general public and consist of circulating libraries. The New York Public Library also has four research libraries which are open to the general public as well. The library, officially chartered as The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foun



Union Bank (Tallahassee, Florida)

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Union Bank of Tallahassee The Union Bank of Tallahassee was established around 1830 and is the state's oldest surviving bank building. It is located at Apalachee Parkway and Calhoun Street. On February 24, 1971, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places . History The Union Bank was completed in 1841 as Tallahassee's first bank by William Williams when Florida was still a territory. Chartered to help finance local cotton plantations , it ultimately closed in 1843 due to the Seminole Wars , unsound banking practices, and the Panic of 1837 . In 1847, the bank was purchased by cotton plantation owners William Bailey and Isaac Mitchell. After the Civil War , the bank reopened as the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company in 1868 for emancipated slaves . It later served as a church, feed store, art house, coffee house, dance studio, locksmith's shop, beauty shop, and shoe factory. In 1971, the bank was moved from its original site on the west side of Adams Street between College Avenue and Park A



University of West Florida

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The University of West Florida, also known as West Florida and UWF, is a mid-sized public university located in Pensacola, Florida, United States. Established in 1963 as a member institution of the State University System of Florida, the University of West Florida is a comprehensive research university without faculties of law or medicine, a designated space-grant institution, and sits on the third largest campus in the State University System, at 1,600 acres (6.5 km2 ). The main campus is a natural preserve that is bordered by two rivers and Escambia Bay. The university's mascot is an Argonaut and its logo is the Chambered Nautilus. History Foliage at UWF The entrance of the John C. Pace library In 1962, the Florida Legislature authorized the State Board of Education to locate a state university in Escambia County. Following a feasibility study, which demonstrated the need for an institution of higher education in Northwest Florida, funds were allocated for the development of the University of



James Weldon Johnson Community Library

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The James Weldon Johnson Community Library is a public library located in St. Petersburg, Florida . It is a branch of the St. Petersburg Library System , which services a large area in southern Pinellas County, Florida . Services and programs James Weldon Johnson Community Library is a member of the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative and the St. Petersburg Public Library system. Library users may borrow books, CDs and DVDs and request items from libraries throughout Pinellas County. Free Wi-Fi is available, as well as public computers. Printing, copying, and fax service is available for a small charge. Information on upcoming events is available through the library's website. History James Weldon Johnson in 1932 James Weldon Johnson Community Library is named after James Weldon Johnson , American author and civil rights activist. The history of James Weldon Johnson Community Library is part of African American history in St. Petersburg. Andrew Carnegie intended for the library he funded in St. Petersburg to



Jessie Ball duPont Center

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The Jessie Ball duPont Center is a nonprofit complex in downtown Jacksonville, Florida . The building served as the main branch of the Jacksonville Public Library system from 1965 until 2005, when it was replaced by the current facility. The library was named for W. Haydon Burns , who served as Mayor of Jacksonville for fifteen years and also served two years as Governor of Florida . The Haydon Burns Library replaced the Jacksonville Free Public Library (a Carnegie Library ), which was built in 1905 and designed by Henry John Klutho of New York City . On April 18, 2012, the AIA 's Florida Chapter placed the building on its list of Florida Architecture: 100 Years. 100 Places. History Haydon Burns Library in Jacksonville, ca. 1968 Colorful mural When built in 1965 at a cost of $3.7 million, it was considered state of the art. The 126,000 sq ft (11,700 m ), three-story building was designed by local architect Taylor Hardwick , who designed dozens of other buildings in Jacksonville starting in the mid-1950s incl



Rollins College

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Rollins College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college, founded in 1885 and located in Winter Park, Florida along the shores of Lake Virginia. Rollins is a member of the SACS, NASM, ACS, FDE, AAM, AACSB International, Council for Accreditation of Counseling, and Related Educational Programs.[3] Rollins has about 30 undergraduate majors and several graduate programs. It was ranked #2 Regional Universities, South by U.S. News & World Report in 2017.[5] Rollins College has ranked among the most beautiful U.S. college campuses by the Princeton Review for the past decade, ranking #1 in 2015 and #10 most recently in 2017.[6] History Rollins College is Florida's oldest post-secondary institution,[7] [8] and has been independent, nonsectarian, and coeducational from conception.[9] Lucy Cross, founder of the Daytona Institute in 1880, first placed the matter of establishing a college in Florida before the Congregational Churches in 1884.[10] In 1885, the Church put her on the committee in charge of de



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Ludington Public Library

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The Ludington Public Library is one of the two 'branches' of the Mason County District Library administrative system. It is located in downtown Ludington , in Mason County in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan . The other 'branch' is the Scottville Public Library . Early history Pere Marquette Lumber Company store, later becoming the Pierce Mfg Company The Ludington Public Library started with the Ludington Library Association on April 9, 1872. A meeting was announced for those that were interested in organizing a library. At the time there was interest in a public reading room for the attainment of mental improvement. The meeting was held at Ludington Hall over the Pere Marquette Lumber Company store at the southwest corner of Main Street (now Gaylord Avenue) and Ludington Avenue to effect a permanent organization of a library association. Articles of association were filed April 12, 1872. It was brought up then at an official city meeting on the evening of April 24, 1872 at this same location at the Pere



Marion County Public Library System

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The Marion County Public Library System serves Marion County, Florida , located in central Florida. The Marion County Public Library System serves Marion County residents through eight library locations located throughout the county. History The first circulating library in Ocala opened in 1886 and was located in the Ocala News Department. It cost each member one dollar for a two-year membership and borrowing privileges. This establishment was followed by a library in the Hotel Ocala which was established by the Women’s Library Association. This enterprising group of women pursued the option of having a Carnegie Library located in Ocala. Their efforts resulted in the creation of the Ocala Free Public Library in 1914. This act established the tax levy and community support required by the Carnegie Foundation as prerequisites for a grant. In 1916 the Ocala Carnegie Library was constructed on the site secured for this purpose in 1914. In 1961 the City of Ocala, and neighboring Citrus and Levy Counties joined



Florida Atlantic University

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Florida Atlantic University (also referred to as FAU or Florida Atlantic ) is a public university located in Boca Raton, Florida , with five satellite campuses located in the Florida cities of Dania Beach , Davie , Fort Lauderdale , Jupiter , and in Fort Pierce at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution . FAU belongs to the 12-campus State University System of Florida and serves South Florida, which has a population of more than five million people and spans more than 100 miles (160 km) of coastline. Florida Atlantic University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a research university with high research activity. The university offers more than 180 undergraduate and graduate degree programs within its 10 colleges in addition to a professional degree from the College of Medicine. Programs of study cover arts and humanities , the sciences , medicine , nursing , accounting , business , education , public administration , social work , architecture , engineering , and computer science . Florida At



List of African-American historic places in Florida

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List of African American historic places in Florida This list of African American Historic Places in Florida is based on a book by the National Park Service , The Preservation Press , the National Trust for Historic Preservation , and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers . For National List of African American Historic Places use this link. Contents: Counties in Florida with African American Historic Places  Alachua - Baker - Duval - Escambia - Franklin - Lee - Leon - Miami-Dade - Monroe - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Seminole - Volusia Some of these sites are on the National Register of Historic Places (NR) as independent sites or as part of larger historic district . Several of the sites are National Historic Landmarks (NRL). Others have Florida historical markers (HM). The citation on historical markers is given in the reference. The location listed is the nearest community to the site. More precise locations are given in the reference. Alachua County Methodist c



Miami-Dade Public Library System

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The Miami-Dade Public Library System ( MDPLS ) is a system of libraries in Miami-Dade County, Florida in the United States. Main Library, Miami-Dade Public Library System, Downtown Miami Governance MDPLS is a County Department within Miami-Dade County Government that reports to the Mayor of Miami-Dade County. The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners [2] is the Governing Body over MDPLS. The Library Advisory Board ( Sect. 2-192 Code of Miami-Dade County ) serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Commissioners on public library issues, providing reports, recommendations, and guidance to the Board of County Commissioners. The full scope of the Library Advisory Board's duties can be reviewed at the link provided. Service Area The service area of MDPLS is defined by the Miami-Dade Library Taxing District. The Miami-Dade Library Taxing District includes the majority of the geographical boundaries of Miami-Dade County, including most of its 35 municipalities and all of Unincorporated Miami-Dade Coun



Clearwater, Florida

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A figure skater pictured at the Clearwater Ice Arena Clearwater is a city located in Pinellas County, Florida, United States, northwest of Tampa and St. Petersburg. To the west of Clearwater lies the Gulf of Mexico and to the southeast lies Tampa Bay. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 107,685.[5] It is the county seat of Pinellas County.[6] Clearwater is the smallest of the three principal cities in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area, most commonly referred to as the Tampa Bay Area. Cleveland Street is one of the city's historic avenues and the city includes Spectrum Field and Coachman Park. The city is separated by the Intracoastal Waterway from Clearwater Beach. Clearwater is the home of Clearwater Marine Aquarium, where bottlenose dolphins Winter and Hope live. Clearwater is the "worldwide spiritual headquarters" for the Church of Scientology.[7] History Clearwater at daybreak, as seen from Clearwater Beach Present-day Clearwater was originally the ho



Stetson University

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Stetson University is a private, nonprofit university with four colleges and schools located across the I-4 corridor in Central Florida , United States, with the primary undergraduate campus located in DeLand . In the 2017 U.S. News and World Report ' s guide to America's Best Colleges, Stetson ranks as the 5th best regional university in the South, 5th best for veterans among regional universities in the South and 6th best value school among regional universities in the South. The Stetson University College of Law , located in Gulfport, Florida , was ranked 1st nationally in trial advocacy by U.S. News & World Report in 2017. Other recognitions include being ranked No. 7 nationally in Washington Monthly magazine’s "2015 College Guide” to master's universities, a ranking based on a combination of social mobility , research and service; and being named a military-friendly school. History Stetson University was founded in 1883 by Henry Addison DeLand , a New York philanthropist, as DeLand Academy . In



Helen Virginia Stelle

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Helen Virginia Stelle (1884-September 21, 1947) was the first director of the Tampa Free Library (now the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System ) and one of the founders of the Florida Library Association . Early life and education Stelle was born in 1884 in Alton, Illinois to Oliver Stelle and Clara Cotter Stelle. She attended school and was a librarian at Shurtleff College in Illinois from 1903-1906. Stelle moved to Brooklyn, New York where she received her degree in librarianship in 1913 from the Pratt Institute School of Library Science . Afterwards, she went to Wisconsin where she worked as a reference librarian for the Superior Public Library from 1914-1916. Director of Tampa Free library In 1917, Stelle was hired by the Board of Trustees of the Tampa Free Library to serve as its first director. The brand new Tampa Free Library was funded by well known industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie , who donated $50,000 for the library to be built, along with funds supplemented by the cit



John Hitt

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The John C. Hitt Library, with the Reflection Pond in the foreground John C. Hitt (born December 7, 1940) is an American professor and academic administrator , serving as the fourth and current president of the University of Central Florida in Orlando , Florida since 1992. Hitt was named the Orlando Sentinel 's Central Floridian of the Year in 2005, and has twice been ranked as Orlando's most powerful person by Orlando Magazine. Hitt is currently the dean of Florida's university presidents, serving as the longest tenured president in the state. Early life and career Raised in Houston, Texas, Hitt graduated from Austin College in Sherman, Texas in 1962 with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. He continued his education at Tulane University , where he completed both his Master of Science and his Ph.D. by 1966. He would stay at Tulane, where his career as an assistant professor began. In 1969, Hitt moved to Texas Christian University , working as an associate professor of psychology. Three years later,



List of public libraries in Massachusetts

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This is a list of public libraries in Massachusetts , USA. Library Web site Town/City County Friends-group link Abington Public Library [1] Abington Plymouth [2] Acton Memorial Library [3] Acton Middlesex [4] West Acton Citizens' Library [5] Acton Middlesex Russell Memorial Library [6] Acushnet Bristol [7] Adams Free Library [8] Adams Berkshire Agawam Public Library [9] Agawam Hampden [10] Alford Library [11] Alford Berkshire Amesbury Public Library [12] Amesbury Essex [13] Jones Library, Inc. [14] Amherst Hampshire [15] Memorial Hall Library [16] Andover Essex [17] Aquinnah Public Library [18] Aquinnah Dukes [19] Robbins Library [20] Arlington Middlesex Stevens Memorial Library [21] Ashburnham Worcester [22] Ashby Free Public Library [23] Ashby Middlesex [24] Belding Memorial Library [25] Ashfield Franklin Ashland Public Library [26] Ashland Middlesex [27] Athol Public Library [28] Athol Worcester [29] Attleboro Public Library [30] Attleboro Bristol Auburn Public Library [31] Auburn Worcester [32] Avon Publi



Alachua County Library District

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The Alachua County Library District is an independent special taxing district and the sole provider of public library service to approximately 250,000 citizens of Alachua County, Florida . This includes all of the incorporated municipalities in the county. It maintains a Headquarters Library and four other branches in Gainesville . There are branch locations in seven of the eight other incorporated municipalities in the county. ACLD also operates a branch at the county jail, and two bookmobiles . Locations The Alachua County Library District has twelve locations. In Gainesville alone there are five locations, including the Headquarters Branch in downtown Gainesville, Millhopper Branch in northwest Gainesville, Tower Road Branch in unincorporated Alachua county southwest of Gainesville, Library Partnership Branch in northeast Gainesville, and Cone Park Branch in east Gainesville. The district also operates branches in the Alachua County municipalities of Alachua , Archer , Hawthorne , High Springs , Micanopy ,



Florida Institute of Technology

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The Florida Institute of Technology (commonly referred to as Florida Tech and FIT) is a private doctoral/research university in Melbourne, Florida.[5] Florida Tech has seven main academic divisions with emphases on science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), and aviation.[6] The university's 130-acre primary residential campus is located near the Melbourne International Airport and the Florida Tech Research Park.[7] It is about 50 miles (80 km) from the Kennedy Space Center and 75 miles (121 km) from Orlando. The university was founded in 1958 as Brevard Engineering College and has been known by its present name since 1966.[8] In 2013, Florida Tech had an on-campus student body of 4,633, almost equally divided between graduate- and undergraduate-level students with the majority of them focusing their studies on engineering and the sciences.[3] History Miller Building One of the oldest buildings on campus: a schoolhouse built in 1883. Florida Institute of Technology was founded as



National Medal for Museum and Library Service

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The National Medal for Museum and Library Service is an award given annually by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to American libraries and museums with outstanding service to their communities. The IMLS refers to the medal as "the nation’s highest honor conferred on museums and libraries for service to the community." The award is typically presented by the First Lady of the United States . From 1994 to 1999, the award was known as the National Award for Museum Service and given to museums only. From 2000 to 2006, it was awarded to three museums and three libraries annually, and was known as the "National Award for Museum and Library Service". From 2007 to the present, it has borne its present name, and been awarded to five museums and five libraries. The lists of awardees for 1994-2009 are drawn from the 2009 medals booklet, published by the IMLS. 1994 Brukner Nature Center , Troy, Ohio The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens , Jacksonville, Florida Missouri Historical Society , St. Louis,



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