Skip to content
Department of State Homepage State Library & Archives of Florida Services for Citizens Services for State Employees Services for Librarians Services for Archivists Services for Records Managers
Contact Us

Archives Homepage : Online Catalog

State Archives of Florida Online Catalog

Magnifying glass over a document.

The Online Catalog allows searching and browsing of information about the State Archives of Florida's holdings of over 40,000 cubic feet of state and local government records and historical manuscripts. The catalog provides descriptions of over 2,700 collections and lists the contents of containers and folders in many of those collections.

SearchAdvanced Search  | Browse Indexes | Browse Collections  | FAQ

Details Page

Click on for detailed listing.

Record Group Number: 900000
Series/Collection Number: M95- 3
Creator: Liberty, Eunice
Title, Dates: Papers, 1967-1995.
Amount: 2.00 cubic ft.
Medium Included:
Terms Governing Use:
Biographical/Historical:     Eunice Watson Liberty, a retired educator, was born in 1909 in Kissimmee, Florida.  She taught in the Dade County school system for forty-two years and was a driving force in including African-American history in school curiculum in Dade County.  Much of her work has been to increase education on and awareness of the contributions made by Mary McLeod Bethune.  An early student of Bethune's, Liberty has campaigned for schools and a multi-cultural children's community center named for Bethune.  She worked with the Dade County Bicentennial Commission where she worked to have African American history included in the Bicenntenial celebrations.
    Liberty has a long affiliation with the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and served as President of its Miami Chapter. She represented the NCNW on the Metro-Dade Commission on the Status of Women and was very involved in local governemnt.  She has worked with the county and city commissions as well as the mayor, in order to promote legislation or policy to help her community.
Summary:     This collection contains the papers of Eunice Watson Liberty from 1967 to 1995, a leader in education in south Florida.  The collection documents her efforts on behalf of children, education, and the community in the Miami area as well as her work with the National Council of Negro Women.
    The collection consists of correspondence (1967-1992), articles and speeches, newspaper clippings, programs and background materials on the National Council of Negro Women, photographs and miscellaneous materials collected by Ms. Liberty.  The correspondence primarily documents Ms. Liberty's attempts to establish a community youth house in honor of Mary McLeod Bethune and the establishment of a Black Archives in Miami.
Finding Aids: Folder listing available.
Additional Physical Form:
Reproduction Note:
Location of Originals/Duplicates:
Associated Materials:
Language Notes:
Ownership/Custodial History:
Publication Note:
General Note:
Electronic Records Access:
Subject Access Fields: Bethune, Mary McLeod, 1875-1955
National Council of Negro Women
Bethune-Cookman College (Daytona Beach, Fla.)
African Americans Education. Florida
African Americans History 1964- Florida
African Americans Florida.
Women History 20th century Florida
African American students Florida.
Miami (Fla.)
Added Entries

| Division of Library and Information Services | Department of State Homepage |
| Services for Citizens | Services for Librarians | Services for Archivists | Services for Records Managers | Services for State Employees |

Copyright © 2004 - 2013 State of Florida, Department of State. All Rights Reserved and other copyrights apply.      Privacy    Send email to

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.