1921 July 8
United States . Dept. of State
Washington (D.C.) - Replying to a letter from Du Bois, which included the resolutions passed by the 1919 Pan African Congress, and addressing the upcoming 1921 Pan African Congress. Typewritten on stationery of the United States Department of State, Washington. Signed by Charles E. Hughes, Secretary of State.
All African Student Union of the Americas, Inc.
Washington (D.C.) - For the AASUA 6th annual conference. Declaring the major theme of the conference to be "Pan-African Solidarity" and outlining "some of the problems which the commissions or committees and the sessions may wish to examine"
1921 July 22
United States . Passport Office
Washington (D.C.) - Granting Du Bois permission to visit the British Isles, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Belgium, before July 22, 1922, and bearing entry stamps to said nations. Used for travel to the 1922 Pan African Congress held in Paris the following March.