SP. Special Collections
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The core of this collection consists of 57 works of art by Pennsylvania artist William Sauts Netamux'we Bock. The works were acquired over a period of 25 years by Rollins alumnus Thomas Merton Brightman (class of 1965). It also contains materials documenting the paintings, Brightman's personal notes on the subjects depicted, printed illustrations by Bock, and advertisements for Bock's studio in Souderton, Pennsylvania.
Portfolios of historic and modern textile arts, mounted on 18" X 14" boards, including woven palm fiber tapa cloth, batik, tie-dyed materials, embroidered and printed silk, cotton, linen, wool weaves, etc., gift of Dr. Lawrence Simonson in ca. 1952.
The Friends of the Wekiva River (FOWR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserve the beauty and natural functions of the Wekiva River system. Received by Rollins College in 2003, Friends of Wekiva Rivers Papers document the environmental protection activities of the community-based group in Central Florida since its founding in 1982.
Hand-drawn by Frank King and originally published in Chicago Tribune, this is a collection of 283 comic strips that was donated by the artist in 1954. Each strip contains a series of four drawings with captions, created by a pen and ink technique on Strathmore paper board.
This is a collection of historical newspapers held at Olin Library, Rollins College, including several rolls of microfilms, loose issues of local and Florida titles, and special issues that mark historical events in history.