Item identifier: Z-0310
Description: Program: An Aerial Frolic honoring Bessie Coleman, Saturday, May 1, 1926. (The program was scheduled but never held, as she was killed in a fall from a plane during a practice flight in Jacksonville, Florida on April 30, 1926.)
Item identifier: Z-0311
Description: Program: Funeral Program for Bessie Coleman, Sunday, May 2, 1926.
Item identifier: A2-0457
Description: Photograph: Lucille G. Coleman. No date given. Lucille Coleman was the principal of Arlington Elementary School in 1953.
Item identifier: R-2398
Description: Photograph: Dedication ceremony of Clara White Mission; Eartha White speaking as Mrs. Lucille G. Coleman and Dr. William H. Gray look on. July 13, 1947.
Item identifier: K-2867
Description: Music score: Book of twenty-four melodies transcribed for the piano by S. Coleridge-Taylor with a preface by Booker T. Washington (signed at Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, Oct 24, 1904). Owned by Sadye Mae Hunter (April 1917) and found among Eartha White's papers.
Item identifier: Q1-0393
Description: Photograph: Class of 1907, Florida Baptist Academy. Nathan W. Collier, principal, center. Note: Academy founded in Bethel Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida in 1892. Academy moved to St. Augustine in 1918. Name changed to Florida Normal and Industrial College in 1944; name change in 1950 to include "Memorial."
Item identifier: Q1-0394
Description: Photograph: Dr. Nathan W. Collier, President of College, 1896-1941. No date given.
Item identifier: Q1-0398
Description: Letter: From Nathan W. Collier to Mrs. M. A. Mitchell, thanking her for donation, April 10, 1929, through Eartha White. Note: Eartha White was active in collecting funds for the Institute before the "duly appointed" letter dated January 26, 1930.
Item identifier: Q1-0399a-b
Description: Letter: From Nathan W. Collier to Mrs. Lester, thanking her for her donation and inviting her to the Founder's Day exercises, April 16, 1929. 2 items. Note: Donation was made through Eartha White.
Item identifier: Q1-0400
Description: Letter: Open letter from Nathan W. Collier authorizing Eartha White as a financial agent for the College. Dated January 26, 1930.
Item identifier: Q1-1685
Description: Letter: From Nathan W. Collier, President of Florida Normal and Industrial Institute to Eartha White, thanking her for a donation of supplies, November 13, 1931.
Item identifier: Q1-1978
Description: Photograph: Nathan W. Collier, President of FN&IC, 1896-1941. No date given.
Item identifier: H1-0360a-e
Description: Booklet: Collins, Leroy. Transcript of statewide TV-radio talk to the people of Florida on race relations by Governor LeRoy Collins. Delivered over statewide TV-radio network 5:30-6:00 p.m., Sunday, March 20, 1960. [Florida? : S.n., 1960?]. (Full text from UNF Digital Commons.) Full text
Item identifier: A1-0341
Description: Newsclipping: "Notice of Meeting of Patrons of Community Affairs,"Jacksonville Journal, April 30, 1941. Held at the Clara White Mission.
Item identifier: A1-0342
Description: Newsclipping: "Playground for Negroes will be secured at once." Metropolis, April 28, 19--?. Eartha White was on the committee - see paragraph one.
Item identifier: A1-0343
Description: Newsclipping: "Better Day Care." Eartha White leases building to Anti-Poverty Agency. Jacksonville Journal, October 20, 1966.
Item identifier: A1-0344
Description: Newsclipping: "Miss E. White Purchases Land for YMCA Day Camp." Florida Times-Union, May 20, 1960.
Item identifier: A1-0345
Description: Newsclipping: "Tea Honoring Mrs. Alma A. Polk and Mrs. Margaret Mosely." Pittsburgh Courier, November 4, 1944.
Item identifier: A1-0346
Description: Newsclipping: "Lecturer to Speak in Jax." Mrs. Rebecca Stiles Taylor speaks at a meeting of Happy Reapers of St. Joseph's Church. Jacksonville Journal, September 8, 1930. See paragraph 3 - Eartha White, principal speaker at morning services.
Item identifier: A1-0347
Description: Card: Admission ticket to benefit Duval Cemetery, held at Jones Hall, March 22, 1897.
Item identifier: A1-0348
Description: Form: Membership Drive Form for "Colored Branch of the YMCA," 193?.
Item identifier: A1-0350
Description: Photograph: Eartha M.M. White in parade of Jacksonville Negro Chamber of Commerce, January 1, 1941.
Item identifier: A1-0351-0352
Description: Photographs (351-352): Eartha White speaking at reception for Mayor Haydon Burns at Elks Home. Mayor Burns in foreground of photograph. No dates given.
Item identifier: A1-0353
Description: Photograph: Mayor Burns, Eartha White and unidentified woman pose at the Podium, during a reception at Elks Home, Duval Street. No date given.
Item identifier: A1-0354
Description: Photograph: Eartha White speaking at a reception for Haydon Burns. No date given.
Item identifier: A1-0355a-d
Description: Photograph: Joseph T. Star, general manager of WOBS presents award to Miss Evelyn Jones, with Eartha White and John Fulton in background. November 25, 1957. 4 copies
Item identifier: A1-0379
Description: Photograph: Victory girls and Eartha White in parade. November 11,1942. Eartha White, right foreground. (Image from UNF Digital Commons.)
Item identifier: A1-0380
Description: Photograph: Advertisement for Ethel Davenport Gospel Hour, Sunday,10:45 on W.O.B.S. No date given.
Item identifier: A1-0381a,b
Description: Photographs: Staff at WOBS Radio Station (1360KC) Clara White Mission Building, 613 W. Ashley Street, Jacksonville, Florida. January 23, 1950. In Oversize Folders.
Item identifier: A1-1030
Description: Postcard with caption: "Continued a clean, progressive administration with Haydon Burns, Mayor-Commissioner." No date given.
Item identifier: A1-1159a-b
Description: Membership card for the Voters League, Jacksonville, Florida, Duval County. No date given. 2 copies.
Item identifier: A1-2027
Description: Photograph: Group drive for War Bonds. No date given.
Item identifier: A1-2140
Description: Newsclipping: "They discuss Negro History Week," March 1, 1954. High School program attended by Eartha White as a platform guest.
Item identifier: A1-2447
Description: Leaflet: Women's Mass Meeting for Voter's Registration, August 20,19--?. Eartha White, Chairman.
Item identifier: A1-2693
Description: Program: An Exposition, "The Negroes' Making in America," June 14,19--?
Item identifier: A1-2879
Description: Passcard: Pink concession and exhibitor card for the 1930 Florida State Fair held in Jacksonville, Florida.
Description: See also Jacksonville Negro Welfare League (Fla.)
Item identifier: B1-0233a-f
Description: Leaflet: "Did You Say You Were Tired of Giving?" A publication of the Community Chest Drive. No date given. 6 copies.
Item identifier: B1-0312
Description: Photograph: Workers for the Community Chest Drive. Eartha White, center background. No date given. (In Oversize Folder B1)
Item identifier: B1-0313
Description: Receipts: Stubs from the Community Chest Donation tickets. Eartha White served as the Community Chest solicitor, 1929.
Item identifier: B1-0314
Description: Postcard: Notice of a Board Meeting of the Community Chest Drive, November 3, 1931.
Item identifier: B1-0315
Description: Card: Eartha White's pledge card to the Community Chest Drive, in the amount of five dollars. No date given.
Item identifier: B1-0316
Description: Receipt book for donations to the Community Chest Drive. No date given.
Item identifier: B1-0317a-c
Description: Booklet: Information booklet on the activities and agencies supported by the Community Chest, February 14-20, 1926. 3 copies.
Item identifier: B1-0318
Description: Newsclipping: "Colored Division of the Community Chest has a Successful Launching of Drive," November 17, 1930.
Item identifier: B1-0319
Description: Newsclipping: "Prominent Fraternal Man Praises Chest Plan," Mr. R.T. Thomas, Florida Times-Union, November 10, 1930.
Item identifier: B1-0320
Description: Newsclipping: "Endorses Chest," H. Clarence Brown, praises Community Chest Plan. Florida Times-Union, November 18, 1930.
Item identifier: B1-0321
Description: Newsclipping: "Their Battalions Exceed Quotas," Florida Times-Union, November 20, 1930.
Item identifier: B1-0322
Description: Newsclipping: "The Chest Helps Him, So He Helps the Chest." George Brown poses for sketch, to benefit Community Chest. Jacksonville Journal, November 10, 1939.
Item identifier: B1-0323
Description: Newsclipping: "Negro Agencies of Chest Take Care of Many Homeless and Ill." November 1, 1941.
Item identifier: B1-0324
Description: Leaflet: Five Relief Agencies of the Negro Welfare League Participating in the Community Chest. No date given.
Item identifier: B1-0325
Description: Letter: From Joe H. James Jr. to Board members regarding a meeting to "determine if the colored division of the Community Chest will dissolve or continue," October 5, 1928.
Item identifier: B1-0326
Description: Letter: From T. Pollard, Executive Secretary of the Community Chest Association, soliciting donations. December 4, 1929.
Item identifier: B1-0327
Description: Letter: From A. L. Lewis to Community Chest Association Board members, regarding a meeting of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. January 24, 1930.
Item identifier: B1-2461
Description: Leaflet: Community Chest Fund Drive instruction sheet. No date given.
Item identifier: C1-1040
Description: Receipt: Docket clerk's receipt for Rosa Clark, aged 84, charged with disorderly conduct. February 26, 1929.
Item identifier: C1-1041a-b
Description: Invitation: A book shower for the State Prison Farm at Raiford given by Eartha White. December 21, 1925. 2 copies.
Item identifier: C1-1042
Description: Letter: From C. Benedict, County Commissioner, to Mr. Skinner, requesting permission for Eartha White and Associates to visit prisoners as Missionaries. October 6, 1906.
Item identifier: C1-1043
Description: Photograph: Group at Dedication of Forest Hill Correctional School for Girls, Lowell, Florida. June 27, 1953. (See newspaper article in Folder C1, no. 2761)
Item identifier: C1-1044
Description: Photograph: Men's Choir at Raiford, January 20, 1957. (Inscription on back of photograph: Harry L. Weisman, Chaplain's Secretary, All Souls Church)
Item identifier: C1-1045
Description: Newsclipping: "Mission Sponsors Program for Farm Inmates on 4th, Miss Eartha M. M. White gives prisoners big day." (July 4th Celebration)
Item identifier: C1-1046
Description: Newsclipping: "Protest Location of Girls School at Raiford," Jacksonville Journal, September 21, 1945. (Protest written by Eartha White, paragraph 7)
Item identifier: C1-1047
Description: Newsclipping: "Prison Farm Abolition Protested," Jacksonville Journal, June 9, 1954. (Protest made by Eartha White)
Item identifier: C1-1048
Description: Bill of lading: To State Reform School, Colored Department at Marianna. From Eartha White, for two boxes of books, December 24, 1929.
Item identifier: C1-1049
Description: Newsclipping: "Duval Prison Farm Inmates Enjoy Fourth; Clara White Mission gives Vaudeville Program for Prisoners," Jacksonville Journal, July 7, 1933. Annual Event (see no. 1045)
Item identifier: C1-1050
Description: Newsclipping: "Architect to Submit Girl's Cottage Plan." Regarding Parental Home. No date given.
Item identifier: C1-1051
Description: Newsclipping: "Bus Trip to Forest Hill honored Dr. Eartha M. White," Jacksonville Journal, August 18, 1957.
Item identifier: C1-1333
Description: Letter: From Southern Railway System, to Eartha White. Regarding special fares to American Prison Congress, 52nd Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan. October 2, 1922.
Item identifier: C1-1999
Description: Notes: Recounting Christmas Activities at Duval County Prison Farm. Written on EARTHA M. M. WHITE stationery, presumably by Eartha White.
Item identifier: C1-2143
Description: Newsclipping: "Negro Prisoners Decrease." Moundsville, West Virginia. No date given.
Item identifier: C1-2651
Description: Program: Dedication of the Duval County Negro Boys Parental Home, April 6, 1952.
Item identifier: C1-2682
Description: Stationery: Florida Industrial School for Boys, Marianna, Florida. (lists address of Lindsay Hearn, 2139-7th Ave., Apt.1, New York, New York.)
Item identifier: C1-2761
Description: Newsclipping: "Florida Women Honored at Forest Hills." No date. (Cottage at Forest Hills School for Girls, Forest Hills, Florida, named for Eartha M. M. White & six other distinguished women leaders.)
Item identifier: C1-2762
Description: Newsclipping: "Architect to Submit Girl's Cottage Plan." No date given.
Item identifier: D1-0330
Description: Photographs (7) in The Crisis Magazine (January 1942 issue). "The James Craddock Enterprises," pages 14-15.
Item identifier: D1-0329
Description: September 1942. Page 289: Photograph of Eartha White, selected as one of the "First Ladies of Colored America" by The Crisis Magazine, official organ of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Item identifier: D1-0330a-b
Description: January 1942. Page 29: "The Clara White Mission, headed by her daughter, Miss Eartha M. M. White." Page 30: Photograph of Eartha White and members of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority. (2 copies) Note: This issue also contains information and numerous photographs of African American businesses and buildings in Jacksonville.
Item identifier: E1-0331
Description: Calling Card of Nancy Violette Cunningham, chairman of the Social Services Dept., Chicago and Northern District, Federation of Colored Women's Clubs. (Mrs. Cunningham was born in Jacksonville, Florida.) No date given.
Item identifier: E1-0332
Description: Letter: To Eartha White from Nancy Cunningham, June 1, 1928.
Item identifier: E1-0333
Description: Letter: To Eartha White from Nancy Cunningham, November 30, 1929.
Item identifier: E1-0334
Description: Card: To Eartha White from Nancy Cunningham, December 24, 1929.
Item identifier: E1-0335
Description: Letter: To Eartha White from Nancy Cunningham, January 28, 1930.
Item identifier: E1-0336
Description: Letter: To Eartha White from Nancy Cunningham, October 22, 1930.
Item identifier: E1-0337
Description: Christmas card from Nancy Cunningham to Eartha White. Envelope postmarked December 20, 1930, Chicago, Illinois.
Item identifier: N-0103a-b
Description: Business card: Cunningham, N. Violette, Chairman Social Service Dept., 4525 Prairie Ave., Apt. 1, Chicago, Illinois (2 cards)