Double Duty: Processing and Exhibiting the Children's Home Society of Florida Collection as an Archivist and Public Historian
archives, public history, processing, virtual exhibit, Children's Home Society of Florida
The Children's Home Society of Florida, often referred to as "Florida's Greatest Charity", is the state's oldest non profit welfare agency. Founded in 1902, the society was instrumental in creating and reforming child welfare laws as well as helping countless children in the state of Florida find loving homes. This paper focuses on the archival processing of the Children's Home Society of Florida Collection papers and the creation of a subsequent web exhibit. The role of archivist and public historian is examined to see how each profession works toward a common goal.
Master of Arts (M.A.)
College of Arts and Humanities
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Anderson-Zorn, April, "Double Duty: Processing and Exhibiting the Children's Home Society of Florida Collection as an Archivist and Public Historian" (2007). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3063.