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Eartha M. M. White Collection Subject Index

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Folder Number Description
JACKSON, JOSEPH
H1 0364
Case Record: State of Florida vs. Joseph Jackson. Murder trial. August 30, 1930.
H1 2847
Record: The State of Florida vs. Joseph Jackson, signed by D. W. Parfitt, Clerk, Criminal Court, Duval County, March 6, 1931.
JACKSONVILLE (FLA.)--BUILDINGS
JACKSONVILLE (FLA.)--BUSINESS
JACKSONVILLE (FLA.)--HISTORY
Y1 0439
List: Standing Committees - City Council, June 1932. [Jacksonville, Fla.] 1 typed page. Written on top: Mrs. W. S. Jennings.
Y1 2102
Brochure: A “THUMB-NAIL” SKETCH of Colored Jacksonville, Florida: Welcome from Courtesy Committee. Published for the information of Delegates to the National Baptist Convention, Inc. held in Jacksonville, Florida, September 7-14, 1936. Compiled and published by the Courtesy Committee of the Convention, Eartha M. M. White, Chairman. 8 pages. (3 copies).
Y1 2164
Newsclipping: "Romance of Old Horse Drawn Fire Engines of Days Gone By," recalled by R. S. Somerville, Florida Times-Union, August 27, 1934. (Note: African American fire station was located on Bay Street, between Washington and Catherine Streets.) See also Folder Y1-2086
Y1 2165
Newsclipping: "Private Clubs, Dating from 1877, Play Important Role in City's History," Florida Times-Union, January 1, 1950. (On verso: article concerning Jacksonville Beach)
Y1 2177
Badge: Dedication of Joe H. James Community Center, 1968.
Y1 2468
Leaflet: Indigent hospital patients admitted for treatment in Duval County during year ending June 30, 1915.
JACKSONVILLE (FLA.)--PICTORIAL WORKS
Y1 0434
Photograph: Street scene of Jacksonville; shows horses and buggies. [1915?]
Y1 0435
Photograph: Union Bus Station, corner of Bay and Hogan Streets. February 1954.
Y1 0436
Photograph: Snapshot of downtown Jacksonville, near St. Johns River. No date given.
Y1 0437
Photograph: Snapshot of Atlantic Coast Line Train Yards. No date given.
Y1 0440
Postcard: Colored Masonic Temple, Jacksonville. Erected by John H. Hickerson, Grand Master of Masonics. (duplicate in Y3, no. 2770)
Y1 2070
Booklet: Photographs of sites in Jacksonville. No date given.
Y1 2071
Photographs: Assorted scenes of Jacksonville. No dates given.
Y1 2086
Photograph: One of the first African American fire stations, located on Catherine Street, between Bay and Forsyth Streets. No date given. See also Folder Y1-2164
Y1 2087
Photograph: Fire station on Kings Road near Davis Street. No date given.
Y1 2101
Photographs: Assorted scenes of Jacksonville. No dates given.
Y1 2769
Photographic reproduction: [Jacksonville] Court House and Market Street... Armory. No date given.
Y1 2832
Photograph: Courthouse. No date given.
JACKSONVILLE (FLA.)--COMMUNITY LEADERS
A2 0443
Photograph: E. L. Weems, Jacksonville photographer. Self-portrait. No date given.
A2 0444
Photograph: Mamie Stewart, mother of Amy Currie. No date given.
A2 0445
Photograph: Emmett Reed. No date given.
A2 0446
Photograph: Ethel Davenport, "First Lady of Gospel Songs." No date given.
A2 0447
Photograph: Beaulah McClellan. She wrote the Social Note Column for the Florida Times-Union. No date given.
A2 0448
Photograph: Margaret Simms, singer. No date given.
A2 0449-0450
Photographs: Ed Vaughn, one of the original directors of the Old Folks Home. No dates given.
A2 0451
Photograph: Office scene, with Mrs. Julia Walker Brown, center. No date given.
A2 0452
Photograph: Bishop Gregg of African Methodist Church. No date given.
A2 0453
Photograph: Joseph James, organizer of Negro Welfare League. No date given.
A2 0454
Photograph: Dr. James Seth Hill. No date given.
A2 0455
Photograph: Charles D. Brooks, principal of Stanton High School. No date given.
A2 0456
Photograph: Oscar Hillman, funeral director. No date given.
A2 0457
Photograph: Lucille G. Coleman. No date given.
A2 0458
Photograph: Robert Gray, attorney. No date given.
A2 0459
Photograph: James Lewis, President of Afro-American Life Insurance Company. No date given.
A2 0460
Photograph: Major Capers G. Bradham, educator and civic leader. No date given.
A2 0574
List: Names and addresses of prominent African Americans in Jacksonville. (8 sheets)
A2 2012
Photograph: Joe F. Hammond. No date given.
A2 2033
Photograph: Eartha White and James H. Green, principal of James Weldon Johnson Junior High School. No date given.
A2 2099
Photograph: Pleasant Holt, Jacksonville City Councilman. No date given.
A2 2148
Newsclipping: "Death Takes Pastor After Brief Illness," (Reverend William Ira Sanders), January 22, 1959.
A2 2149
Newsclipping: "N. Finkelstein, Civic Leader, Passes Away," Florida Times-Union, November 20, 1930.
A2 2150
Newsclipping: "J. E. T. Bowden Funeral Set This Afternoon," Florida Times-Union, November 20, 1930.
A2 2408
Photograph: Alpha Phi Alpha Program showing Capers Braddock and James Greene. No date given.
A2 2439
List: Names and addresses of Jacksonville citizens. No date given.
A2 2809
Photograph: Group of prominent community leaders. No date given.
A2 2864
Newsclipping: "Mrs. Georgia N. Barnes (Fraternal Leader) Praises Chest Plan." Florida Times-Union, November 20, 1930.
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS LEAGUE (FLA.)
Z1 0461
Newsclipping: "Jacksonville Business League Sets its Meeting, Newly Elected Officers will be Installed Thursday," Florida Times-Union, December 16, 1953. Eartha White elected as Chaplain at age 77.
JACKSONVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY (FLA.)
B2 0462
Postcard: Notice of the annual meeting of the Jacksonville Historical Society, November 10, 1931.
B2 0463
Letter: From Herbert Lamson to Eartha White, thanking her for sending in dues. May 4, 1929. Eartha White was a charter member of the Society.
JACKSONVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY (FLA.)
C2 0464
Letter: Anonymous writer to Mr.& Mrs. Seymore Carroll, concerning Humane Week. Dated May 16, 1935. Eartha White was a founding member of the Society.
C2 0465
Form letter from Winthrop Bancroft, soliciting donations for the Society. No date given.
JACKSONVILLE NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE (FLA.)
P3 0782
Program: Testimonial honoring D. W. Perkins. February 11, 1954. Note: Eartha White's photograph on back of program with other officers of the Jacksonville Negro Business League.
D2 0466
Letter: From Joe H. James, Jr. to Eartha White, concerning pledge made to 1928 Community Chest Fund. Dated May 1, 1928.
D2 0467
Letter: From A. L. Lewis to board member Eartha White, concerning meeting of the Board of Directors. Dated January 18, 1930.
D2 0468
Letter: From T. T. Pollard, secretary of League, to Eartha White requesting her monthly report. Dated February 10, 1930.
D2 0469
Letterhead: Stationery of Jacksonville Negro Welfare League. Eartha White's name on Board of Directors list. (4 sheets)
D2 0470a-c
Postcard: Form card from the Employment Bureau of the Citizens' Committee, Negro Welfare League. Eartha White's signature as "Directed by." (3 copies)
D2 2065
Record Book: Reports and assorted papers of the League. No dates given.
D2 2443
Card: Free Employment Bureau of the League. No date given. (Full text from UNF Digital Commons.)
D2 2683
Letter: From A. L. Lewis, President of League, concerning Community Chest drive. Dated November 12, 1930.
D2 2807
Photograph: Group standing on steps of Stanton High School, Eartha White, first row, third from left. Dated October 26, 1952? Directors of League: J. A. Thomas, Executive Secretary, 1928.
D2 2866
Form letter: To workers in Community Chest Drive. No date given.
JACKSONVILLE NEGRO WELFARE LEAGUE (FLA.)--MILK FUND COMMITTEE
D2 0624
Form letter from the Committee, soliciting donations. Eartha White listed as "Chairman, Milk Fund Committee."
D2 0625
Notice: Meeting of the Mother's Club, to discuss plans to begin serving free milk to elementary school children. Dated March 25, 1931.
D2 0626
Statistical report detailing milk furnished to undernourished children. (2 copies)
D2 0627a-b
List of children receiving aid through the Committee. Notice from Eartha White to members of the Mothers Club of Stanton High and Milk Fund Committee report.
D2 2437
Bill: From the Milldale Company to LaVilla School for four quarts of milk. Signed by W. M. Raines, April 17, 19--?.
JACKSONVILLE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE COMMITTEE (FLA.)
E2 0471
Report: Formation of the Committee. Eartha White organized Patriotic Leagues in the schools during the War. After the War, she urged them to do community work.
JAMES, JOSEPH H.
A2 0453
Photograph: Joseph James, organizer of Jacksonville Negro Welfare League. No date given. See also Jacksonville (Y1, 2177)
D2 0466
Letter: From Joe H. James, Jr. to Eartha White, concerning pledge made to 1928 Community Chest Fund. Dated May 1, 1928.
Y1 2177
Badge: Dedication of Joe H. James Community Center, 1968.
JOHNSON, AURELLIA
F2 0472
Newsclipping: "Mrs. Johnson feted with Birthday Party," Florida Times-Union, September 3, 1954.
F2 0473; 475-478;481-482
Photographs: Mrs. Johnson receiving congratulations from Eartha White and others at her ninetieth birthday celebration. September 1959.
F2 0474
Photograph: Mrs. Johnson receiving birthday cake from Mrs. Daisy Ford at her ninetieth birthday celebration. September 1959.
F2 0479
Photograph: Mrs. Johnson and four generations of descendants at her ninetieth birthday celebration. September 1959.
F2 0480
Newsclipping: "Mission Worker honored on Birthday," Florida Times-Union, September 6, 1959.
F2 0483-0484
Photograph: Mrs. Johnson with her grandchildren and great great grandchildren at her one hundredth birthday celebration. September 1, 1969.
F2 0485
Photograph: Mrs. Johnson at her one hundredth birthday celebration at Clara White Mission. September 1, 1969. With Mrs. Amy S. Currie, mistress of ceremonies.
F2 0486
Photograph: Mrs. Johnson at her one hundredth birthday celebration at Clara White Mission. September 1, 1969. With Miss Erma Brookings.
F2 0487
Newsclipping: "Grandma Johnson, 100, Going Like 60," Jacksonville Journal, August 29, 1969.
F2 0488
Program: Funeral services for Mrs. Aurellia Johnson, October 31, 1970. Eartha White presented a resolution in memory of her life-long friend.
JOHNSON, JAMES WELDON, 1871-1938
G2 0494
Letter: Certifying Eartha White to solicit funds and supplies for Florida Baptist College. Signed by James Weldon Johnson. No date given.
G2 0495a-c
Biography: Life of James Weldon Johnson, by Eartha White. No date given. (3 copies)
G2 0496
Biography: Life and works of James Weldon Johnson. No date given.
G2 0497-0498
Envelopes addresssed to: Mrs. Grace Johnson, wife of James Weldon Johnson; James Ward of Florida Times-Union; James Weldon Johnson.
G2 0499
Letter: From Grace Nail Johnson, wife of James Weldon Johnson, to James Ward of Florida Times-Union, concerning proof of residency of James and J. Rosamond Johnson in Jacksonville. Dated September 26, 1972.
G2 0500
Letter: From Grace Nail Johnson, wife of James Weldon Johnson, to James Ward of Florida Times-Union, thanking him for series of articles on her husband. Dated August 21, 1972.
G2 0501
Letter: To Dena Snodgrass, of the Jacksonville Historical Society, from James Ward of Florida Times-Union, concerning Johnson letters and envelopes from Grace Johnson. Dated September 26, 1972.
G2 0502
Letter: From Dena Snodgrass, of the Jacksonville Historical Society, to Daniel Schafer of the University of North Florida History Department, giving Johnson letters and envelopes to the University. October 11, 1975.
G2 2772
Poem: "Fifty Years" written by James Weldon Johnson for the Tri-Celebration in Jacksonville, Florida. Fifty years of freedom, 1863-1913. (Program from the event, February 12, 1913, in Folder O2 - Lincoln Memorial Association.)
Z10 2893
Photograph: Matted reprint of James Weldon Johnson. No date given.
JOHNSON, JOHN ROSAMOND
H2 0489
Certificate of birth for Mildred Louise Johnson, daughter of J. Rosamond Johnson. Dated May 25, 1914.
H2 0490
Calling card: With Mr. & Mrs. J. Rosamond Johnson's compliments, Wynstay, Golders Green Road, London, N.W. (with envelope)
H2 0491
Wedding announcement: Capt. & Mrs. Jas. W. Floyd beg to announce the Marriage of their daughter Nora Ethel Floyd to Mr. J. Rosamond Johnson. July 3rd, 1913, London, England.
H2 0492-0493
Photographs: Early photographs taken in Jacksonville, Florida. No dates given.
H2 2089
Photograph: John Rosamond Johnson. Inscription: "To My Dear Mother, From Rosamond." Taken in New York City. No date given.
JOHNSON, RACHEL
I2 0503
Receipt: To Rachel Johnson from Legal Department and the Headquarters of Civil War Cotton Tax Claimants. Dated April 22, 1917; March 31, 1917; August 17, 1921; April 22, 1922.
I2 0504
Letter: From Cornelius J. Jones to Rachel Johnson, concerning payment of taxes to Headquarters Legal Department of Civil War Revenue Cotton Tax Claimants. March 24, 1922.
I2 0505
Leaflet: Photocopy of Internal Revenue Collections of taxes on Raw Cotton, 1863-1868.
JOHNSON-SCOTT, AQUILLA
W2 0830
Photograph: Missionary Aquilla Johnson-Scott. No date given.
JORDAN, JAMES LLOYD
J2 0506-0507
Photographs: James Lloyd Jordan, dated August 1894. Mr. Jordan was engaged to Eartha White but he died one month before the official announcement of their engagement.
J2 0508
Letter: From James Lloyd Jordan to Eartha White. Dated January 4,1895.
J2 0509
Letter: From James Lloyd Jordan to Eartha White. Dated August 31,1895.
J2 0510
Letter: From James Lloyd Jordan to Eartha White. Dated November 5, 1895.
J2 0511
Letter: From James Lloyd Jordan to Eartha White. Dated December 15, 1895.
J2 0512
Letter: From James Lloyd Jordan to Eartha White. Dated March 9, 1896. (Last letter before his death)
J2 0513
Letter: From George ? to Eartha White, informing her of death of James Lloyd Jordan. Letter dated April 30, 1896.