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Minority Inner City Marine Project

This program served as the forerunner of the Mast Academy, Dade County Public Schools new Marine High School and brought together the resources of the Marine industry to enhance the quality of marine education for inner city youth. - Bob Simms

General Daniel "Chappie" James Family

General Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr. (1920-1978). General James was the first black four-star general in U.S. history. He began his military career as one of the "Tuskegee Airmen" the segregated black air force that fought durin...

Negatives

The negative file (attached as a pdf) for Bob Simms' photographic collection and featuring people, organizations, activities and events from Coconut Grove, South Miami and Richmond Heights.

Simms Family

The Simms Family moved to Miami during the fall of 1953 when Bob Simms (b. 1927) accepted the position of chair of the physical education department at George Washinton Carver, Jr. and Sr. High School. It ws during this time that he began to take ...

Metro Dade County Community Relations Board

The Metro Dade County Commission created the Community Relations Board (CRB) in 1963 to be a unique community agency that would attempt to solve hardcore social problems and economic distresses that were troubling to many Dade County residents. It...

Judge Leah A. Simms Campaign Material

Judge Leah A. Simms, the daughter of Aubrey Watkins Simms and Bob Simms, was the first African-American woman to serve as judge in the state of Florida from 1981 to 1986. Prior to her election, she was the first African-American woman to serve as ...