Finding Aids Collection
EARTHA M. M. WHITE PAPERS
In 1975, the UNF Library acquired a portion of the estate of Eartha Mary Magdalene White (1876-1974). Eartha White, a prominent African-American resident of Jacksonville, Florida, was widely known for her humanitarian and philanthropic endeavors in northeast Florida. The long life of this remarkable woman is documented in this collection of more than one thousand personal papers, letters, documents, notes, photographs, and other memorabilia. A significant amount of her business and personal correspondence is also included.
About The Collection
The University of North Florida Library contributes electronic finding aids to the PALMM Archives Florida project from the many guides to manuscripts, personal papers, and university archives housed in the Special Collections Section. The collections described cover the history, politics, and culture of the Jacksonville, Florida geographical area.
Notable collections of prominent individuals and organizations from Northeast Florida include the Barnett Banks Collection and the personal papers of Eartha M. M. White, John E. Mathews, Jr., Arthur N. Sollee, Joe Carlucci, William M. Jones, and Richard A. Martin.
The Guide to Special Collections serves as a starting place to learn more about resources and services at UNF Library. For additional information, or, to view primary source materials, please contact Eileen Brady, Special Collection Librarian by phone at (904) 620-1533, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.