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Eartha M. M. White Collection Subject Index

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Folder Number Description
TAYLOR, GEORGE E.
M4 1127
Campaign poster for George E. Taylor, Presidential Candidate, National Liberty Party, U.S.A., 1904.
TEMPERANCE
Y4 1346
Letter: From A. R. Howard, Board of Temperance, Prohibition and Public Morals of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, D. C. to Eartha White. January 25, 1930. Concerning temperance work.
TERRELL, MARY CHURCH, 1863-1954
K 1130
Announcement: Biography of Mary Church Terrell. Mary Church Terrell helped found the National Association of Colored Women in 1896. First woman to serve Washington School Board; first president of the National Association of Colored Women, to which position she was elected three times and made honorary President for life. Platform speaker, Slayton Lyceum Bureau, including Chautauqua season.
TESTIMONIALS
N4 1128a-e
Program: Bon Voyage Testimonial honoring Bishop and Mrs. C. A. Gibbs, on their return to Africa, October 9, 1950. Program held at the Clara White Mission, September 27, 1950. (Five copies)
N4 1129
Program: Retirement Dinner honoring Mrs. Florence J. Dixon, June 3, 1969. Served as Branch Director, YWCA, Jacksonville, Florida, 1940-69.
N4 1963
Program: Testimonial dinner in honor of Herbert H. Lehman, Senator from New York, March 20, 1953. Eartha White was invited but did not attend.
THEATRICAL TROUPE (Route for a traveling show...)
See SHOW BUSINESS (Folder H4 - 2650)
THOMAS, JESSE O.
K 1131
Resume: Brief summary of educational background and work experience of Jesse O. Thomas. (3 typed pages)
THOMPSON, CHARLES J.
O4 1132
Letter: From Eartha White to Charles J. Thompson, August 29, 1928.
O4 1133-1150
Letters: From Charles J. Thompson to Eartha White, September 5, 22, 24,1929; October 4, 14,1929; November 7, 1929; December 9, 17, 1929; November ?, 1930; January 26, 31, 1930; February 8, 22, 1930; March 10, 1930; March ?, 1930; September ?, 1932; March 18, 1933; September 24, 1934. (Nos. 1133-1150)
O4 1347
Card: From the Atlantic National Bank Jacksonville, Florida to Eartha White; transaction card for business involving C. J. Thompson and Annie Lane. March 27, 1930.
O4 1350
Letter: From the Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville, Florida to Eartha White, concerning remiss payments on a note assumed by Eartha White for C. J. Thompson. April 14, 1930.
O4 1860
Letter: From Simpson R. Walker to C. J. Thompson, threatening to foreclose on property. April 23, 1929.
O4 1861
Notice: From the National Bank to C. J. Thompson, concerning due date of mortgage payment. April 22, 1929.
O4 1862
Document: Mortgage deed by C. J. Thompson to Eartha White. February 12, 1929.
TRAVELS OF EARTHA M. M. WHITE
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE
F4 2685
Photograph: The Tuskegee Institute Choir, William L. Dawson, Director, 1950.
K 1157
Photograph: Robert Russa Moton, president of Tuskegee Institute. Robert R. Moton (1867-1940) was an African American educator. He succeeded his close friend Booker T. Washington, as president of Tuskegee Institute in 1915 and served the United States government in several capacities.
Q4 1796
Postcard: From Eartha White to Marie Mangrum. August 29, 1950. Card depicts Booker T. Washington. Postmark: Tuskegee Institute, Alabama.
TWO-SPOT DANCE HALL (JACKSONVILLE, FLA.)
D1 0330
Photographs (3 interior views): In The Crisis Magazine (January 1942 issue) Page 15.