Correspondence, 1928-1971.
A. Literary agents; B. Publishers; C. Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge; D. Broadcasting organisations; E. General correspondence.
 Literary manuscripts and typescripts.
Working manuscripts of 'Julie Delvenne' (published as No saint was she, 1938), 'The Masters of Waingroves' and 'Death of a Pierrot'; typescripts of 'The Master of Waingroves', 'The Sleeping Collier', 'Death of Pierrot', 'A House of Friends', 'Mrs. Marten and her Daughter' and 'The Nottingham Captain. A study of the Pentrich Revolution of June, 1817...'; 'Lawrence - of Eastwood. A personal note' (typescript article intended for the London magazine, 1955); a fragment of an autobiography, containing White's recollections of his maternal uncles, the First World War and his early reading.
 Notebooks and research notes.
A. Notes taken by White at lectures as an undergraduate; B. Later notes.
 Lectures delivered by R.J. White, detailed notes and some complete texts.
'The legacy of the Enlightenment'; 'The age of enlightened despotism'; 'Anglo-French relations before 1789'; 'Some important ideas in nineteenth century England'; 'The Pentrich Revolution 1817', 'The Pentrich Revolution. An example of local history in its bearing on national history' and 'Looking for a revolution'; lectures on individuals: William Cobbett, William Godwin, Baron d'Holbach and T.H. Huxley.
 Printed papers.
A. Photographs; B. Dust jackets of White's early novels; C. Press reviews of books by White.