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Eartha M. M. White Collection Subject Index

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Folder Number Description
DAUGHTER OF THE ELKS
F1 0338a-b
Leaflet: Musical Extravaganza at Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Church, December 15, 1930. (2 copies)
F1 0339
Booklet: Ritual of the I.B.P.O.E., 1929.
F1 2179
Badge: Twenty-sixth Annual Florida State Association Convention of Improved, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World, April 15-17, 1951.
F1 2181
Badge: Fifty-seventh Annual Convention of the Daughters of the Elks, Improved Benevolent Order of Elks of the World, August 28-31, 1956.
F1 2188
Badge: Florida State Association of Lodges and Temples, Improved Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the World, April 14-17, 1957, Orlando, Florida.
F1 2197
Badge: Fifty-eighth Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 27-30, 1957.
F1 2393
Photograph: Group of Elks and their wives. No date given.
F1 2394
Photograph: Group of women at banquet. In background: Poster announcing the upcoming thirty-eighth National Convention to be held in Cleveland. No date given.
DAVENPORT, ETHEL
A2 0446
Photograph: Ethel Davenport, "First Lady of Gospel Songs." No date given.
DAVIS, BENJAMIN
V2 2877
Photograph: General Benjamin O. Davis. "He became the highest ranking Afro-American U.S. officer in 1940, when the Army made him a Brigadier General." No date given.
DE VEAUX, JOHN A.
G1 0356a-d
Program: Testimonial celebration honoring Lieutenant Colonel John A. De Veaux, March 20, 1950. At the Clara White Mission, Jacksonville. (4 copies)
G1 0357
Photograph: Group picture, taken at testimonial celebration for Lieutenant Colonel De Veaux. (De Veaux at right of podium)
DELANY, W. B.
W2 0628
Letter: From Miss W. B. Delany soliciting donations for Foreign Mission Board, July 21, 1922. (African Missionary Appeal)
DENNIS, SAMUEL M.
F 0044
Photograph: Samuel M. Dennis, Chairman of the Deacon's Board and clerk at Bethel Baptist Church for thirty years. No date given.
DOCUMENTS, MISCELLANEOUS
H1 0358
Birth Certificate for minor: Francis McClary. Birth date: September 9, 1914.
H1 0359
Booklet: Rules of the State Board of Pardons of Florida. No date given.
H1 0360a-e
Booklet: Transcript of statewide TV-radio talk to the people of Florida on race relations by Florida Governor Leroy Collins, March 20, 1960. "Delivered over statewide TV-radio network 5:30-6:00 p.m., Sunday, March 20, 1960." Image from the Florida Heritage Collection.
H1 0361
Summons: To Eartha White regarding the estate of Gabe Lippman, April 7, 1930. Eartha White named Executor of Will.
H1 0362
Booklet: Address of President Roosevelt at Hampton Institute. Decoration Day, 1906. Hampton, Virginia: Hampton Institute Press, 1906?. (Foreword: "Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute was founded in 1868, five years after the Proclamation of the Emancipation of Slaves.")
H1 0363
Death certificate: Ida Scrivins, July 12, 1953 at Florida State Hospital. (Certified copy)
H1 0364
Case Record: State of Florida vs. Joseph Jackson, murder trial, August 30, 1930.
H1 0365a-b
Land description: Description of Freedmen's Cemetery in Oakland, Florida. May 23, 1883. (2 copies)
H1 0366
House Bill: Congressional bill 7277, House of Representatives, opposing discrimination of members of Armed Forces. May 20, 1959.
H1 2801
Deeds: Various legal documents for Simpson Family.
H1 2837
Certificate: Authorization of S.E. Stewart as Clerk, Circuit Court, Gadsen County, February 1, 1871. Jonathan C. Gibbs, Secretary of State. Signed document - 18" x 15".
H1 2847
Record: The State of Florida vs. Joseph Jackson, signed by D. W. Parfitt, Clerk, Criminal Court, Duval County, March 6, 1931.
DOUGLASS, FREDERICK, 1817-1895
I1 1967, 1986
Card and slides: Florida's welcome to the Honorable Frederick Douglass. Reception beginning April 4, 1889. "This is to certify that the holder of this card has contributed twenty-five cents towards the Douglass reception, beginning April 4th, 1889." Signed J. H. Sherman, Chairman, Ways and Means Committee. (Gift of Dr. Daniel Schafer)
I1 2843
Bust: Bronze bust of Frederick Douglass.
I1 2859
Tag: Benefit tag for the Douglass Home. No date given.
DUNBAR, PAUL LAURENCE, 1872-1906
K 2874
Photograph: Paul Laurence Dunbar, American novelist and poet. In Folder K - African American Leadership, no. 2874
DURKEEVILLE HOUSING PROJECT (JACKSONVILLE, FLA.)
D1 0330
Photographs (4 views): In The Crisis Magazine (January 1942 issue). Page 20.
DUVAL COUNTY (FLA.) TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
J1 0367
Booklet: Directory of Duval County Teachers' Association, April, 1952.