1948 Feb. 16
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Boston (Mass.) - Requesting that he let Council on African Affair members that he will miss Friday's meeting; reminding him to ask for a copy of the minutes; and relaying the details of his February 21 arrival.
1921 May 28
Joberta, Des Mukes
Boston (Mass.) - Assures Du Bois that she has been wronged in the fraud described in her previous letters. Suggests that Du Bois should do more to help her. Describes her efforts to procure support for her story. Describes her current work in literature. States that she has made arrangements to come to New York next week for a personal meeting with Du Bois.
1925 June 15
Negro Poetic League
Boston (Mass.) - Concerning the establishment of the Negro Poetic League and an invitation to join the staff of critics.
Du Bois, Yolande
Boston (Mass.) - Noting she's found "lots of children to play with" and seeking his guess as to how many; describing the kinds of games they play; regretting she must stop writing, as her supper is here; urging him to come to Boston; and relaying Nina's love.
1930 Oct. 31
Open Forum Speakers Bureau
Boston (Mass.) - Concerning cancellation and possible rescheduling of a lecture in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
1922 May 10
Knights of Columbus . Historical Commission
Boston (Mass.) - Regarding the possibility of Du Bois writing a segment on African Americans for a series with the Knights of Columbus Historical Commission. Sent to Du Bois at the Crisis offices. Signed by McSweeney, Chairman of the Historical Commission. Handwritten note for reply on reverse.