Organizing Personal Archives, Building Museum Exhibits and Conducting Genealogical Research


Gathering of data, information and facts in institutional archives, libraries, online and in private collections. Conducting a variety of research [read more]


Providing the knowledge and skills necessary for institutions and individuals to take care of their collections. [read more]


An effective archive ensures that critical content that documents everything from the organization’s founding to the present is preserved and accessible for use at any time. [read more]


Libraries include books, periodicals, newspapers, manuscripts, films, maps, prints, documents, microfilm, digital media and other formats. REALM Consulting, LLC, provides expert advice at developing and organizing library collections and at interpreting the information needs of the owners and users of the material. [read more]


Museum Planning is the creation of documents to describe a museum’s vision, the visitor experience and an organizational plan for an established or new institution. [read more]


We are proud to have worked with clients, such as:

  • National Society of Colonial Dames in America
  • The Jacksonville Historical Society
  • The Florida Agricultural Museum
  • Friends of the Beaches Branch Library
  • National Park Service
  • AQuate Corporation
  • SPAR

Speaking Engagements

[Rodriguez-Boette] mesmerized club members with verbal images of tales about Ponte Vedra and Palm Valley…

At the Sawgrass Women’s Club — read coverage of the event here (archived link)


  • A year of Black history: Groups in St. Augustine launch 2021 heritage effort — The St. Augustine Record (archived link)

  • Florida: 14th and 15th Colonies? — The Blue Ribbon, The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Florida newsletter, Summer 2017, Volume 29, no 4.

  • Jacksonville Historical Society archivist turns messy boxes into neat collections — The Jacksonville Daily Record (archived link)

  • The Rising Sun in the Sunshine State: Japanese Families at the Jacksonville Beaches, a photographic exhibit at the Beaches Branch Library [read more]

    The Omaye Family


Taryn Rodriguez-Boette was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B. A. in history and education from the University of Puerto Rico. After she moved to Massachusetts she was certified to teach in the state’s bilingual program at the middle and high school levels. She began coursework in Archival Methods at the University of Massachusetts, then studied Systems Analysis and Library Science at Florida State University.

From 1987 to 2003, Mrs. Rodriguez-Boette worked with the St. Augustine Historical Society – as Archivist, Curator, Library Director, and finally Executive Director. She returned to the Museum and Archives field after a two-year hiatus as Youth Ministry Coordinator at St. Mark by the Sea Lutheran Church in Palm Coast. Mrs. Rodriguez-Boette worked at the Beaches Museum & History Park as archivist, collections manager and curator from 2005 to 2014. She also served as the Associate Director of the Jacksonville Historical Society until 2017. Today she is putting all her energy into REALM Consulting, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in historical research, archives and collections management which she founded in 2014.


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NAICS Codes 519120, 541990, 541930, 712110