Monthly Archive: March, 2019

The Art of PCMC: John Haines

Some of you may remember seeing this painting displayed at the Fort Amador Golf Course. The painting now resides here in Gainesville, but its painter, John Haines, has kindly provided its backstory for… Continue reading

New Online Resources

Hello, PCMC members! We have two new online resources to share. The first is a list of Spanish American War veterans buried at the Corozal American Cemetery in Panama. The list was compiled… Continue reading

From the Stacks: Overlooking Canal

I spy a couple who is not afraid of heights! Nearly 110 years ago, a man and woman viewed the construction of the Panama Canal from a “tree on Balboa Mountain.” Did sightseeing… Continue reading

Updates and Introductions: Summer Bias

Hello, all! My name is Summer Bias and I am new to the PCMC team. I am a second-year Museum Studies graduate student concentrating on History here at UF. This semester I am… Continue reading