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Eartha M. M. White Collection Subject Index

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Folder Number Description
RACE RELATIONS
H1 0360a-e
Booklet: Transcript of statewide TV-radio talk to the people of Florida on race relations, by Florida Governor LeRoy Collins. "Delivered over statewide TV-radio network 5:30-6:00 p.m., Sunday, March 20, 1960." Full text from UNF Digital Commons.
H1 0366
House Bill: Congressional bill 7277, House of Representatives, opposing discrimination of members of Armed Forces. May 20, 1959.
RANDOLPH, A. PHILIP
B4 1983
Photograph: Mrs. White, A. Philip Randolph, Eartha White and M.A.Turner. Group is discussing the proposed "March on Washington," Chicago meeting.
B4 2676a-b
Photograph: Appreciation Tea for A. Philip Randolph at Brewster Methodist Hospital, March 3, 1963. (Two copies)
J 0063a-c
Letter: From A. Philip Randolph to Eartha White, informing Eartha White of a forthcoming conference which will write the "Negro History of Florida," January 30, 1957. 3 copies, 4 reply cards.
Z10 2897
Photograph: Matted reprint of A. Philip Randolph. No date given.
REAL ESTATE (PROPERTY OF EARTHA WHITE)
See White, Eartha--Real Estate (Folders J5, J6)
REED, EMMETT
A2 0445
Photograph: Emmett Reed. No date given.
H5 2388
Photograph: Eartha White at tea with group: Mrs. Vivian Chavis, Amy Curry, Mrs. Greene, Emmett Reed, Mrs. Ruth Solomon and others. Photograph for newspaper by Paul K. Reid, city. No date given.
H5 2404-2405
Photographs: Eartha White at reception with: (l-r) Emmett Reed, Robert Gray, Mrs. Bowman, Attorney Anthony Perkins, and Mrs. Lucille Coleman. No dates given.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE (U.S.)
C4 0690
Letter: To Eartha White, from Nannie H. Burroughs, President of the National League of Republican Colored Women, concerning meeting in Washington, D. C., March 5, 1929. Letter dated February 9, 1929.
C4 1053
Letter: From William E. Murray, Assistant to Secretary of Republican National Committee, to Eartha White, acknowledging her letter and commending her for helping the Committee. November 23, 1928.
REPUBLICAN PARTY (DUVAL COUNTY, FLA.)
C4 1054
Minutes: Meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Duval County, November 6, 1920. Final resolution of the meeting was to thank Eartha White for her work.
C4 2147
Newsclipping: "Voting lists show 9755 Negro Names," Florida Times-Union, October 15, 1938.
C4 2459
List: Registered Republicans, Precinct no. 3-A. (Five typed sheets of names and addresses)
RICHMOND HOTEL (JACKSONVILLE, FLA.)
D1 0330
Photograph (exterior view ) in The Crisis Magazine. January 1942 issue. Page 11.
RITTER, LOUIS H.
Q3 0859
Photograph: Louis Ritter, Jacksonville Mayor. March 2, 1963.
U2 0615
Letter: Solicitation from Merry Hearts Club for Christmas gifts, with an endorsement from Jacksonville Mayor Louis H. Ritter, 1966.
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE, 1858-1919
H1 0362
Booklet: Address of President Roosevelt at Hampton Institute. Decoration Day, 1906. Hampton, Virginia: Hampton Institute Press, 1906?
ROSS, GEORGE E.
D4 1055; 1987-1988
Leaflet: "A Record, He Who Runs May Lead." Expressing his thanks and discussing his term of office as a member of the City Council from ward six. Note: Original, photocopy, and transparencies. Nos. 1055, 1987, 1988.
D4 1056
Newsclipping: "Negro Ex-Councilman Opposed to Integration," May 6, 19--?
ROSS, REVEREND J. GARDNER
F 0050
Booklet: "A Brief Sketch of the Life and Work of Rev. J. Gardner Ross, D. D. Jacksonville, Florida. By a Friend." No date given. Rev. Ross was the third pastor of Bethel Baptist, serving from 1885-1890. He died on February 6, 1932.