South Florida Black Sites & Landmarks collection | The Black Archives History & Research Foundation of South FL, Inc.
This themed collection contains information on the many local sites and landmarks in Black Miami, including historic cemeteries and African American named streets, parks and buildings. Materials include: correspondence, directories, guides, maps, newspaper articles, photographs, programs and other materials. The collection also contains biographical information on prominent officials after whom buildings were named and historic designation reports. See "Other URL" for more information.
Names in this collection include: Alonzo Kelly Park, Annie Coleman Gardens housing development, Arthur Mays Villas housing development, Black Police Precinct & Courthouse, Bunche Park, City of Miami Cemetery, Covenant Palms housing development, Culmer Plaza housing development, D. A. Dorsey House, Divine Mission Building, Dorsey Memorial Library, Dorsey Skill Center, Dr. William Chapman House, E. W. F. Stirrup House, Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetary, Fire House Complex, Fort Dallas, Head Start Centers, Health Centers, Helen M. Sawyer community center, Ingram Park, James E. Scott housing development, JESCA community center, Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetary, M.L.K. Jr. post office branch, MDC-Garth Reeves classroom building, Miami City Cemetery, Orchid Villa Monument, Pinewood Cemetery, Reeves Park, St. Agnes Episcopal Church, Tacolcy Center, Turner Guilford-Knight correctional center, Ward Rooming House, and Ward Towers housing development.