Donations are an essential part of building our university history collections. Both historical objects and financial support are accepted on behalf of the program. Please contact the university archivist for more information.
Currently we have two additional opportunities to support Heritage Protocol & University Archives:
With the support of University Libraries, Eddie Woodward, has authored an FSU edition of the Campus History Series by Arcadia Publishing. The book, Florida State University, contains over 220 photographs compiled from the Heritage Protocol & University Archives Photograph Collections, and a variety of other sources. The book is available in bookstores, at online retailers, and from FSU University Libraries. All of the author's royalties generated from its sale in bookstores and online go to support the FSU University Libraries. However, to provide additional support to the University Libraries, we encourage you to obtain the book directly from FSU.
In the fall of 1947, the recently established Florida State University student body voted that the athletic symbol of the new school should be the Seminole Indian. Not long after that the first FSU Seminole design was created in 1948 until the late 1950s, this first image served as the athletic identity for the university. The original interpretation is unique, and differentiated from current imagery in that it is a more authentic representation of a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida. In 2009 Heritage Protocol was given special permission by FSU NCAA licensing to reproduce this rarely used design on a special Heritage Protocol throwback t-shirt. To obtain one of these unique replicas from FSU history please contact us at Special thanks to FSU alumnus Mike Rupp, owner of RagZ of Tallahassee for making all of this possible. Show your support for documenting and preserving Florida State University's history by wearing one of these unique T-shirts!
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