Browse Exhibits (6 total)
Established in 1936, the Price's Barber Shop has been a part of St. Augustine's history for a long time. In this exhibit, the course of the barber shop's history, including its relocation to 3 separate locations is shown as well as many artifacts within the shop. Price's Barber Shop remained loyal to the city of St. Augustine and stayed in the historic downtown district--bringing together a sense of family and community. It continues to serve citizens of St. Augustine and visitors alike to this day.
Family history as told by sisters Mimi Robeson and Margo Pope.
Although it is over a century old, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park is anything but a static relic. We explored the zoo with owner David Drysdale who shared his personal history, art collection, and memories of collecting crocodilians.
Created, researched, and written by Jessica Black, Walter Flanagan, Natalie Salvaggio, Allison Struck.
Click here to view Diving into Marineland, a Public History Practicum Project.
Explore the history of Latino American heritage in St. Augustine in this exhibit featuring the legacy of Father Varela and his burial at Tolomato Cemetery, the history of the now-defunct Pan-American Center museum, and the remnants of our town's cigar industry.
We are actively collecting oral histories and stories in the project begun with a grant, Latino Americans: 500 Years of History, from the American Library Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This online exhibit illustrates the once active Pan American Center that existed in St. Augustine, FL from 1965-1978.