JOY POSTLE PAPERS
This collection contains papers and photographs documenting Joy Postle's life and work. Postle was an artist best known for her murals and paintings of Florida wildlife, especially birds. Her papers include newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, some correspondence and many photographs. Most of the collection is devoted to her art in all its forms and photographs that she used for inspiration.
About The University of Central Florida Finding Aids Collection
The University of Central Florida Libraries contributes electronic finding aids describing archival collections to the PALMM Archives Florida project from the many collections housed in the Special Collections and University Archives. Archival collections contain unique and original personal and organizational papers about book arts, travel and tourism. Collections with a limited geographical focus provide information about Florida's history, politics, artists, and space industry with particular emphasis on the University of Central Florida's historical records.
Although additional finding aids are contributed as they are made available in electronic format, not all collections housed at the University of Central Florida are represented yet on the site. Researchers interested in any of the above topics are invited to contact Special Collections and University Archives for more information.
Special Collections and University Archives Department, UCF Library
P.O. Box 162666, Orlando, FL 32816-26666