The Flagler College Archives & Special Collections contains memorabilia relating to Gilded Age St. Augustine, Henry Flagler and his Florida enterprises, and the history of Flagler College. Dates ranging from the late 19th century until today.

Please contact Jolene DuBray, Archives Specialist, for an appointment.


8:00 am- 3:00 pm

Submit an Archives Reference Request
Access the Flagler College Digital Archives

The Proctor Library Special Collections encompasses books, journals, magazines, newspapers, and maps from 1539 through 2019 that emphasize subjects that support the curriculum of Flagler College. Notable collections include the St. Augustine Fiction collection, the Institutional Repository, the Dr. William J. McClure Deaf Education Collection, and the Dr. William Lee Proctor Civil War Collection. For more information, please visit our website:

The Dr. William J. McClure Deaf Education Collection

The Dr. Andrew Dillon Collection contains British literature dating back to the 16th century and includes rare books.

Writers-in-Residence Collection contains over 70 signed copies by authors who have visited the campus over a period of five years

The Marifrances Englehardt Collection contains 232 titles spanning religion, history, medicine, children's books, and fiction dating back to 1810.

Dr. Michele Gregoire Map Collection contains 29 maps of sections of the US.

Dr. William Lee Proctor Civil War Collection dating back to 1863.

The Doug Hart WWII Family Collection contains 22 items dating back to 1945.

Mary Elizabeth Miller’s Girls’ Series Book Collection includes 87 books including Trixie Belden, Cherry Ames, Nancy Drew, Judy Bolton and Vicki Barr.

Contact Miss Owens, Special Collections Librarian, for an appointment.
Proctor Library
44 Sevilla Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Castillo de San Marco and Fort Matanzas

Contact Anne R. Lewellen, Museum Curator, for an appointment.

Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve / Fort Caroline National Memorial
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument / Fort Matanzas National Monument

Office: 904-221-7567 ex. 121
Fax: 904-221-5248

The National Park Service is a part of the Jacksonville History Consortium, created by UNF, which includes a map and libguides to many local collectors in the greater Jacksonville area:

The University of Florida provides to researchers St. Augustine's local built heritage, historical information about the city of St. Augustine, its inhabitants and government through time, Spanish and British periods, early statehood, the 19th and 20th centuries, documentation of the attitudes and values of the people through the 1950s to the 1990s who were engaged in historical preservation, education and tourism.

Contact Laura Marion, Collections Coordinator, for an appointment Monday through Friday from 10:00 - 5:00

Governor's House Library
University of Florida
48 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Phone: 904-770-3249

The Local History collection of the St. Johns County Public Library System is comprised of published materials in the Reference Collection, many of which have duplicate copies available for public library patrons to check out for home research, El Escribano and Florida Historical Quarterly issues, as well as many copyrighted books about St. Johns County that are not in the public domain.

Flagler Students get a free public library card with their college ID.

Main Library
St. Johns County Public Library System
1960 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd.
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Phone: 904-827-6940

A house museum that recreates life in St. Augustine after Florida became a territory of the United States, and a historic property, its owners, and the residence of the inn.

Contact Taryn Rodriguez-Boette for appointment by email for appointment at

Phone: 904-829-3575 Fax: 904-829-3445
Museum Address: 20 Aviles Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
Mailing Address: 28 Cadiz Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
Museum Seasonal Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 - 4:00, Summer Hours (June 1st through Labor Day) 10:00 - 3:00

The St. Augustine Foundation's holdings include primary and secondary historical research materials to facilitate the study of the history of Spanish colonial Florida. Its primary research materials are based in 16th century St. Augustine. The collections include microfilm, monographs, papers, reviews and presentations, as well as documents dating from the 10th to the 20th centuries.

Contact Joy McMillon for an appointment.

Research Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. by appointment only.
Phone: 904-829-8481

The St. Augustine Foundation is a member of the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute (HSARI).

The Research Library of the St. Augustine Historical Society specializes in local history, Florida colonial history and genealogy. The collection includes maps, photographs, vertical subject files, church records, circuit court cases, city government records, manuscript collections, circuit court records, and biographical files.

Hours: Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Research Library is closed on Thanksgiving Day, and the day after. We also have shortened hours on Christmas Eve, and are closed Christmas Day.
Contact: (904)825-2333
Location: The Research Library is located at 6 Artillery Lane at the corner of Aviles Street and Artillery Lane - one block south of the main downtown plaza. Our reading room is located on the second floor. Patrons unable to climb stairs should call ahead.