Our mission is to identify records of enduring value, to preserve those records and make them available for research.
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Office Hours

Office hours are available by appointment only, Monday through Thursday, from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Please contact Ms. DuBray at 904-819-6494 or email at jdubray@flagler.edu to set up an appointment.

Internships in the College Archives

If you are a student interested in pursuing an internship in the College Archives, then please send an email to Ms. DuBray at jdubray@flagler.edu.

About the College Archives

The Flagler College Archives contains historical records, published materials, ephemera, and objects relating to the history of Flagler College from its founding to the present.  The College Archives collects and makes available to students, faculty, staff, and approved researchers records of enduring historical value from the College’s governing bodies, administrative offices, academic departments, curriculum, campus activities, education, and student life.  The College Archives holds documents in the following formats: blueprints, maps, correspondence, media coverage, photographs, slides, DVDs, video cassettes, audio cassettes, yearbooks, student and alumni periodicals, and other College related publications.

About the Archives Special Collections

The Special Collections houses unique, rare and special research materials including books, manuscripts, photographs, artifacts, and ephemera. The Special Collections also houses collections of personal papers and corporate records, with a focus on Henry Morrison Flagler, his family, the Hotel Ponce de Leon, and Flagler’s other enterprises.  Special Collections makes available to students, faculty, staff, and approved researchers materials of enduring historical value relating to Florida, St. Augustine, Henry Flagler, his family, and his business endeavors.

Archives Specialist

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Jolene DuBray