Finding aid for the Stella G. White Papers, Series II

Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: White, Stella G.
Title: Stella G. White Papers, Series II
Dates: 1943-1991
Extent: 1.00 linear feet (1 container)
Abstract: Stella G. White was a free lance journalist, columnist for the Plain Dealer newspaper, and community leader in Cleveland, Ohio. Married first to Judge Charles W. White of Cleveland, she later became the wife of Curtis Lamar Bigham and resided in Dawsonville, Georgia. While in Dawsonville, she was a columnist for The Forum. She was instrumental in the Dawson County, Georgia, courthouse renovation project, and active in the Dawson County Women's Club. The collection consists of resumes, certificates, columns, newspaper clippings, correspondence, military documents, speeches, genealogical materials, book manuscripts, cancer research material, and memorabilia. These papers pertain primarily to White's career as a free lance journalist for the Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio, and as a columnist for The Forum in Dawsonville, Georgia. It also includes some of her other writings. Most of her columns centered around the subject of race relations, housing, legislation, and health care.
MS Number MS 4638
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English