The mission of the Florida Citrus Archives is to:
- and properly prepare for storage:
- historical data
- writings and publications
- printed materials
- various other manner of citrus memorabilia of significance
|It is the further purpose of the Florida Citrus Archives to digitize these materials on CDs, as much as is possible, for research both here and remotely, far into the future, and to physically store these materials in such a manner as to make them available to researchers for many years to come, and to make these materials available to the general public as much as is practical given our current financial status.
What we do in the Florida Citrus Archives
Donations of citrus-related materials are evaluated, inventoried, digitized, prepared for storage in acid-free sleeves, folders and boxes, listed, cataloged, preserved for posterity and made available for use by those researching the history of the Florida citrus industry.
Before you discard old files, photos and other materials, think of the Florida Citrus Archives. If you have trouble deciding what could be used by the archives, let us decide.