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Eartha M. M. White Collection
Eartha M. M. White Collection
"An Ambassador of Concern."
, December 4, 1970:a8:1.
Bennett, Charles E.
Twelve on the River St. Johns
. Jacksonville, Fla.: University of North Florida Press, 1989.
Bessette, Leni, and Louise Stanton Warren. "Jacksonville Actress Makes Historical Characters Live."
, August 16, 2003:S8:1.
Biographical Dictionary of
Social Welfare in America
. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986.
Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia
. Brooklyn, N. Y.: Carlson Publishing Inc., 1993.
Bohannon, Kenneth. "Eartha White Nursing Home Offers `A Place to Feel Wanted'".
, September 20, 1987:b1:2.
Bohannon, Kenneth. "The Kind of Person You Meet Once in a Lifetime."
, September 20, 1987:b4:3.
Brady, Eileen D. "The Eartha M. M. White Collection at the Thomas G. Carpenter Library, University of North Florida."
38, no. 2 (February 1995): 28-33.
Burger, Christine. "Moncrief Springs: The Splendor Has Vanished."
, July 20, 1963: 24:1.
Casaday, Laurie. "Feisty African-American Heroine Overcame Obstacles, Aided Others."
, November 12, 1994:b1:4.
"Clara White Mission, The Place of Refuge."
, September 13, 1970:7.
Clark, Lottie Montgomery.
Negro Women Leaders of Florida
. Tallahassee: Florida State University, l947. (M. A. Thesis)
Congressional Record - House of Representatives. "Eartha M. M. White, Lane Bryant Winner." Washington, D. C. : Government Printing Office, December 3, 1970: H11085.
Crooks, James B.
Jacksonville After the Fire, 1901-1919 : A New South City
. Jacksonville, Fla.: University of North Florida Press, c1991.
"Death at Controls of Airplane as Two are Flung From Sky."
, May 1, 1926:1. See also May 2, 1926:1 for more coverage of the accident.
Dixon, Sue. "Bennett's New Book Features 12 Luminaries."
, Southside / Mandarin Community News, October 14, 1989:4:1.
"Dr. Kinne, Eartha White Honored."
, March 26, 1986:b2:1.
"Eartha M. M. White Dies Here at Age 97."
, January 19, 1974:b1:5.
"Eartha M. M. White Foundation Picks up Book Tab."
, Southside Neighbor, October 17, 1987:s3:1.
"Eartha M. M. White Foundation Provides 10 UNF Scholars With Book Allowances."
, Northside Neighbor, August 9, 1986.
"Eartha White Center Opens."
, December 18, 1978:b2:1.
"Eartha White dies at 97; Civic Benefactor in Florida."
New York Times
, January 19, 1974:34.
Evans, Peggie I. "Clara White Mission Shares More Than Food."
, May 7, 1988:a3:2.
Foley, Bill. "Eartha White Collected Data to go to UNF."
, October 11, 1975:c6:3.
Foley, Bill. "First in Flight, First in Fatal Crash."
, April 25, 1993:d4:1.
Freydberg, Elizabeth Hadley. "Bessie Coleman, the Brownskin Lady Bird." New York: Garland Pub., 1994.
Gibson, Harold. "My Most Unforgettable Character."
, 105 (December 1974):123-127.
Godwin, Carmen. "To serve God and humanity": Jacksonville's Eartha Mary Magdalene White (1876-1974)." Thesis (M.A. in History)--University of Florida, 2001.
Gwyn, Denise. "Eartha M. M. White Center is Offering a Unique Exhibit. White Mission Still Provides Help."
, August 3, 1980:f1:1.
Hyman, Ann. "I Remember Christmas: Long Ago, When the City Was Young."
, December 15, 1968:4-6.
Johnson, Anne M. "Forgotten: on the North Florida Black Heritage Trail..."
, (January-February 1994):38.
Jones, Maxine D. "Without Compromise or Fear: Florida's African American Female Activists."
Florida Historical Quarterly
, 77 no. 4 (Spring 1999):475.
Jones, Maxine D. and Kevin M. McCarthy.
African Americans in Florida
. Sarasota, Fla.: Pineapple Press, l993.
Kerr, Jessie-Lynne. "Eartha White, Long Life Spent Helping Others."
, February 8, 1982:c1:1.
King, Anita. "Brave Bessie: First Black Pilot, Part 1."
, 7 no. 1 (May 1976):36.
King, Anita. "Brave Bessie: First Black Pilot, Part II."
, 7 no. 2 (June 1976):48.
Knight, Ray. "Eartha White Carries Out the Prophecy of Her Name."
, December 5, 1970:28:1.
"Landing's Hall of Founders."
, June 21, 1987:e7:1.
Meitin, Don. "Two Local Women in State Hall of Fame."
, March 26, 1986:b2:1.
Neyland, Leedell W.
Twelve Black Floridians
. Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Foundation, 1970.
Patton, Charlie. "Eartha White Documented an Era."
, February 9, 1990:e1:2.
Rich, Doris L. "Queen Bess : Daredevil Aviator." Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993.
"Salute to Eartha White."
, December 5, 1970:4:1.
Schafer, Daniel L. "Eartha Mary Magdalene White."
Notable American Women, the Modern Period: A Biographical Dictionary
. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1980.
Schafer, Daniel L. "Eartha White: The Early Years of a Jacksonville Humanitarian." Jacksonville, Fla.: University of North Florida, 1976. (Unpublished manuscript)
Weaving the Fabric of Freedom: A Reflection of the Black Legacy in Jacksonville
. Jacksonville, Fla.: Southern Bell, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, December 1989. (Calendar)
Tanner, Jane. "Final Chapter Ending for Afro-American Life."
, December 28, 1990:c8:2.
Taylor, Angela. "She's 94 and Still Busy Doing for Others."
New York Times
, December 4, 1970:52:1.
Taylor, Angela. "What Man Would Put Up With Me..."
, December 5, 1970:28:1. (From New York Times, December 4, 1970: 52:1)
Thiel, Paul. "Loss of Afro-American Regretted, but Entrepreneurs Look to New Era."
, July 21, 1987:c6:2.
Wakefield, Vivian. "Born To Do What She Did."
, Southside News, November 6, 1993:a1:5.
Warren, Nagueyalti. "Eartha White."
Notable Black American Women
. Detroit: Gale Research, l992.
Weightman, Sharon. "The Spirit of Bessie Lives On."
, April 21, 1996:d1:1.
Williams, Carolyn. "Eartha Mary Magdalene White, 1876-1974: the Gentle Community Activist." The Varieties of Women's Experiences: Portraits of Southern Women in the Post-Civil War Century. Edited by Larry Eugene Rivers and Canter Brown Jr. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c2009.
Wright, E. Lynne. "Eartha M. M. White: Angel of Mercy."
More Than Petticoats
. Remarkable Florida Women. Guilford, CT: TwoDot, c2001.
Wright, Fred. "Eartha White, Florida's Rich, Black 94-year-old Senior Citizen of the Year, Says God Intended for All His People to be Gray."
St. Petersburg Times
, Floridian Magazine (Sunday Supplement), August 1, 1971: 15-21.