This website is an index of news articles from the Gainesville Sun, 1986-2007. Cited articles are available on microfilm at the Headquarters library. For help finding and printing articles, call (352) 334-3939 or email Adult Services.
Walls, a crusader for public education, was a delegate to the 1868 State Constitutional Convention in Tallahassee, and he served the Florida Legislature, Florida Senate, U.S. Congress and as mayor of Gainesville.
The Gainesville Guard was a local detachment of the State Militia which served to patrol the area and helped quell a riot in Fernandina, but which also served as a social club.
The site of this photograph is West University Avenue at 13th Street, Gainesville's busiest intersection, in 1947.
This is a photograph of bookmobile service in 1976, when there were only three branch libraries in the system (Hawthorne, High Springs, and Micanopy).
Tatom was one of the many scouts promoted to an Eagle Scout in Alachua County in 1942 after earning 21 merit badges and completing his community service.