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The Florida Heritage Collection is an ongoing cooperative project of the State University Libraries (SULs) of Florida to digitize and provide online access to materials broadly representing Florida's history, culture, arts, literature, sciences and social sciences. Thematic areas in this growing collection include Native American and minority populations, exploration and development, tourism, the natural environment, and regional interests. Materials are taken from archives, special collections, and libraries of the eleven state universities which make up the SUS. These materials represent only a small part of the wealth of historical and archival treasures held by the SUS libraries.
Contributions by the University of Central Florida Libraries represent more than 42,000 images. Information regarding image capture, conversion, cataloging, and metadata can be found on the Florida Heritage Collection Technical Aspects page.
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