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Florida Archives and Manuscripts Repositories

List of all the Florida archives and manuscript repositories by city and county.

Additions or Updates to this Guide?

If your archive or repository is missing or listed incorrectly, please fill out our update form. Please contact Special Collections & University Archives at (407) 823-2576 or speccoll@ucf.edu if you have any questions.

Directory of Florida Counties

Alachua Franklin Lee Pinellas
Baker Gadsden Leon Polk
Bay Gilchrist Levy Putnam
Bradford Glades Liberty Santa Rosa
Brevard Gulf Madison Sarasota
Broward Hamilton Manatee Seminole
Calhoun Hardee Marion St. Johns
Charlotte Hendry Martin St. Lucie
Citrus Hernando Miami-Dade Sumter
Clay Highlands Monroe Suwannee
Collier Hillsborough Nassau Taylor
Columbia Holmes Okaloosa Union
DeSoto Indian River Okeechobee Volusia
Dixie Jackson Orange Wakulla
Duval Jefferson Osceola Walton
Escambia Lafayette Palm Beach Washington
Flagler Lake Pasco  

Florida Cities

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About This Guide to Florida Archives and Manuscripts Repositories

The guide was first developed by Carla M. Summers, CA, CRM, as a sabbatical project in 1999. Funding to support the creation of the guide came from the University of Florida, University of Central Florida, Florida Humanities Council, Florida State Historical Records Advisory Board and the Society of Florida Archivists. Turned into a web accessible resource in 2003, the guide is continually updated by the University of Central Florida Libraries upon request.

Selected county and city public records repositories are listed but it is likely that most governmental entities maintain archival repositories. For the addresses of county clerks in Florida see Florida Association of Court Clerks and Comptrollers and for city clerks see the Florida Association of City Clerks.

The guide has been organized to browse by city, by county, or by the Central Florida area. As of October 2016, the guide was successfully migrated to the LibGuides platform.