Digital Projects

In addition to adding digital content to University of Florida Digital Collections, Governor’s House Library creates digital projects and exhibits to make our collections more accessible to the public. We also contribute publications and presentations to library and museum conferences and journals. Find accessible links and more information about these projects below:

photo of St. Augustine map with pushpins that mark reconstructed buildings

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The Making of Historic St. Augustine

An introduction to the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board and their four decades of work in the city's historic downtown district with an interactive map feature.

a collage of color and black and white images of women working in cultural heritage in St. Augustine

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Champions of St. Augustine: The Women Behind the History

A celebration of St. Augustine women who made history, wrote history, and preserved history in the 20th century. This project was created in collaboration with the St. Augustine Historical Society.

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Post from the Past

An examination of St. Augustine's development in the 20th century and the sense of place that connects us to the past and present.

front page of a magazine article, with color and black and white images of St. Augustine

SOURCE magazine journal article

Building Heritage & The Digital World: Documenting the Evolution of St. Augustine's Built Environment

Read our article about creating new content and connecting with our patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Spring 2021 Edition of SOURCE Magazine.

Stay tuned for additional digital projects to come in the future!