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Friends of the State Library & Archives

A Citizen Support Organization

Who are the Friends? 

Crowd listens to civil rights talk "Truth and Triumph."

The Friends are concerned citizens and motivated volunteers who: 

  • Work towards preservation, expansion and promotion of Florida's documentary history. 
  • Promote the State Library & Archives of Florida. 
  • Raise awareness of our many contributions to the state's communities.

The Friends of the State Library & Archives of Florida has a Board of Directors. 

Find out more about the Board and review the bylaws.  

What do the Friends do? 

Why become a member? 

  • Invitations to special events
  • Behind the scenes tours
  • Annual membership meetings

Levels of membership 

  • Individual $25 
    • Adults over the age of 18.Photo of open map case.
  • Seniors $20 
    • Any individual 65 or over.
  • Student $10 
    • Any full-time student.
  • Family $40 
    • Families including children under age 18.
  • Affiliate Organizations $100 
    • Other Friends of the Library groups, archives organizations, records management organizations, or related support groups.
  • Business Friend $300  
    • Corporation, partnership, organization, or business.
  • Life Member $1,000  
    • Any individual, corporation, or organization. 

Reports, meetings & notices

Contact us

For questions or concerns, contact: 

Membership Coordinator
Lindsey Harrington
[email protected]

Finance Coordinator
Jennifer Womble
[email protected]

State Librarian
Amy L. Johnson
[email protected]

 Framed photo of Lyndon B. Johnson door prize 

The Friends of the State Library and Archives of Florida Inc., is a recognized not-for-profit corporation under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, whose purpose is to provide financial and administrative support for the services and programs of the Division of Library and Information Services, Florida Department of State.

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.