1941 Apr. 8
Clark, Zenas R.
Wilmington (Del.) - Concerning a conference in Wilmington on the employment of "Negroes," and referring Du Bois to J.S. Gould, Professor of Economics at the University of Delaware, for a report of the conference. Written on Wilmington Public Schools stationary.
1941 Apr. 7
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Responding to a previous letter; explaining that he would like to have him attend "Phylon Institute," as a person interested in the economic problems of "Negroes."
1941 Feb. 22
DeFrantz, F. E.
Indianapolis (Ind.) - Confirming the date for a lecture, asking that the subject of his lecture be "Economic Plight of the American Negro," and ordering ten copies of "Dusk of Dawn."