Murphy, George B., 1906-1986
Washington (D.C.) - On behalf of Louis Lautier, inquiring into just what Du Bois meant about the Asian-African Conference in Bandung "being the first conference in which black and brown peoples take up the question of settling their own destiny since the Renaissance." Second page bears copy of the same message, and George B. Murphy's Washington, D.C. address on verso.
1951 Aug. 12
Washington (D.C.) - Describing the State Dept.'s "warning" to 450 American organizations to not be "taken in" by "Communist-inspired peace petitions" and advisements against attending the second World Congress of Partisans of Peace.