Welcome to the St. Augustine Memory Project (STAMP)--an initiative of the Center for Public History at Flagler College. We are in the early stages of collecting memories from our community and will be sharing these photographs, memorabilia, and oral histories to better tell the histories of our town and it's people.
Our featured collection gathers childhood memories of the region. "Growing Up St. Augustine" currently houses the images of several community members raised in the early and mid-twentieth century. You may navigate through this collection by browsing the images (click Browse Items above). From there, you can choose to Browse by Tag for more focused approach.
Public History at Flagler College is growing! We will use these collections to create online exhibits and connect them with oral histories (also in the process of being digitized). To learn more about the program please visit our website and blog.
Portrait of the artist Carl Frederick Austen (1914-1999) and friend Mary Randolf Barker (1922-1995)--a St. Augustinian--taken at a dance held by the…
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Tintype photograph of Raymond B. Canova who served for the Confederate States of America.
Hero Cross presented by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
Flooding caused by Hurricane Dora taken by Cox family outside of their Marine Street home.
A digital community archive of childhoods spent in St. Augustine, Florida.
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