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Photograph: Photographic reprint of Jonathan C. Gibbs. Jonathan C. Gibbs was the first African American Florida Superintendent of Public Instruction, serving from January 1873 to August 1874. He was also Florida Secretary of State from November 1868 to January 1873. Handwritten on back: Jonathan C. Gibbs. No date given.

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Eartha M. M. White Collection; White, Eartha Mary Magdalene, 1876-1974 -- Archives; African American philanthropists -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- History -- 20th century -- Archives; Clara White Mission -- Founder -- History -- 20th century -- Archives; Old Folks Home (Jacksonville, Fla.) -- Presidents -- History -- 20th century -- Archives; African American women -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- Societies and clubs -- History -- 20th century -- Archives; African Americans -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- Charities -- Archives; African American social activists -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- History -- 20th century -- Archives; Gibbs, Jonathan C. (Jonathan Clarkson), 1831-1874 -- Photographs; African American school superintendents -- Florida -- History -- 19th century -- Photographs; Florida. Superintendent of Public Instruction -- History -- 19th century -- Photographs; Florida. Secretary of State -- History -- 19th century -- Photographs

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