The Center holds a variety of primary and secondary historical materials, gathered since 1974 to facilitate the study of Spanish colonial Florida. They include more than one million pages of fasmile original documents and more than 1,000 books.
Flagler College students have gathered material, including oral histories, related to the civil rights movement in St. Augustine.
The East Florida Papers are Spanish governmental papers created during the second Spanish Period and were confiscated by the U.S. government when the U.S. purchased Florida. The originals are located in the Library of Congress and the Research Library has a microfilm copy.
The Florida Historical Society libray has a number of collections related to St. Augsutine and St. Johns County
Daniel L. Schafer, Professor Emeritus of History, University of North Florida, created this website covering various areas of Florida History.
This is the site of the Florida State Archives in Tallahassee. Many St. Augustine and St. Johns County records and photograph collections are available through this site. Additionally, the Spanish Land Grant Index and scans are available.
This collection contains digitized photos of 19th and 20th century St. Augustine. Digitized Historic Building Survey drawings can also be found here.
This digital library contains many stereopticons related to St. Augustine as well as some manuscripts and book material. Digitized menus from the Ponce de Leon, Alcazar, and Cordova hotels can be found here.
The early Catholic Church records in St. Augustine are maintained by the Diocesan Archives in St. Augustine. The Vanderbilt Ecclesiastical Records program has digital copies available.
The St. Augustine Genealogical Society posts transcriptions of various church and cemetery records of St. Augustine and St. Johns County.
The P.K. Yonge library at the University of Florida specialized in Florida history and includes books, manuscript, and oral histories.