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Catalog Number MS.014
Object Name Fonds
Scope & Content The Mary C. Charles papers hold photographs, printed materials, news articles, ephemera and artifacts relative to events, organizations, locations and individuals in Venice, Florida. Topics addressed in this material include hurricane awareness, The Catholic Church of the Epiphany, The Venice Little Theatre, Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Venice Christmas Parade, Golden Beach, Centennial Parade, Fisherman's Wharf, Sun Fiesta, Barnett Bank, Platter Restaurant, and the Venice Hospital.
Title Mary C. Charles Papers
Collection Mary C. Charles Papers
Accession number 1992.35
People Charles, Mary C.
Higel, Frank
Related units of description Postcards: Catholic Church of the Epiphany, 1970s; Fisherman's Wharf 1980s; and Sarasota Municipal Airport, 1980s.
1 paperweight, Dedication of East Side Reclamation Facility, 1991 (Object Box 28- location unknown)
1 Hotel Venice plate (Object Box 28- location unknown)
Object box 54 holds: 2014.53.01; 2014.53.02; 2014.53.03
Barnett Bank key chain, undated.
Coast Federal Savings Bank key chain, undated.
Cover of the Venice/North Port Telephone Directory, 1976.

Search Terms Catholic Church of the Epiphany Church
Venice Little Theatre
Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus
Venice Hotel
East Side Reclamation Dedication
Fisherman's Wharf
Sarasota Airport
Hurricane preparedness
Centennial Celebration
Golden Beach
The Platter Restaurant
Christmas parade
Venice Hospital physicians
Venice Little Theater
Admin/Biographical History Mary Charles came to Venice in 1971 from Nyack, New York. She began working with the City of Venice in the Planning Department, and then on to the City Clerk's Office as Secretary to Mayor and City Council advancing to Deputy City Clerk/Administrative Assistant. She retired in 1994 and began volunteering for the City of Venice Archives (Venice Archives and Area Historical Collection, later Venice Museum & Archives).
Copyrights Copyright status for the material is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials by U. S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U. S. C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests
exclusively with the user.
Subjects Theater programs
Containers MSS14/1/1