1955 May 12
Nashville (Tenn.) - Providing an update on the status of his indictment; enclosing an account of the case printed in the Pittsburgh Courier; and noting no trial date has yet been set for him.
1956 Jan. 12
New York (N.Y.) - Per her recent letter (mums312-b145-i005), noting that his passport request remains denied, as Ashley Nicholas of the State Dept. refuses to "waive the reules of the Department in re signing a non-Communist affidavit" and hoping that she and Blanch Freedman can discuss the matter with him shortly.
1958 Aug. 18
Committee to Defend Alexander Trachtenberg
New York (N.Y.) - Thanking Du Bois for his help as a member of the Committee in helping the fight to reverse the 1956 conviction of Trachtenberg under the Smith Act. Written on the letterhead of the Labor Research Association.
1951 Nov. 27
American Labor Party
New York (N.Y.) - Thanking all members "who worked so hard to free Dr. Du Bois" and noting that his victory "means so much to world peace and freedom and gives us renewed courage to fight harder for these necessities."
1951 Sept. 18
Brooksville (Fla.) - Requesting that he contact his brother Willie and prividing his address for that purpose.
1951 Dec. 20
Barton, David C.
Jacksonville (Fla.) - Enclosing a $1 contribution in celebration of the Committee's "thrilling fight" and saluting its members as "Real Americans!"
1951 Nov. 27
China Welfare Appeal
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Welthy Honsinger Fisher, Vice Chairman; congratulating him on his acquittal and on "the triumph of truth" and wishing him well.
1951 Sept. 21
South East Asia Committee
London (England) - Supporting W. E. B. Du Bois during his indictment in Federal Court.