Whiting, Helen Adele, b. 1885
Atlanta (Ga.) - Mentioning that she has gone into debt writing her book, "Climbing the Economic Ladder," but felt that it was necessary, and that she will send him a copy. Written on the announcement of her book.
Wright, Louis T. (Louis Tompkins), 1891-1952
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing the marriage of their daughter, Jane Cooke, to David Dallas Jones.
1932 Apr. 13
Harvard College (1780-) . Class of 1890
Cambridge (Mass.) -
1950 Sept. 30
American Labor Party
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing and inviting recipients to an October 24 election rally "for Peace and Freedom" featuring A.L.P. candidates John T. McManus (for governor), W. E. B. Du Bois (for senator), Paul L. Ross (for mayor), and incumbent congressman Vito Marcantonio.
1948 Jan. 16
Childs, Marquis W. (Marquis William), 1903-1990
Announcing a special meeting for members on January 30th.
1948 Dec. 24
Legislative Assembly and Rally for Civil Rights (1949: Washington, D.C.) . Organizing Committee
Washington (D.C.) - Calling for participants in an assembly and a rally for Civil Rights to be held on February 11th and 12th, 1949. Signed by J. Finley Wilson, W. E. B. Du Bois, Benjamin F. Mays, William H. Jernagin, O. Ward Nichols, John Wesley Dobbs, and William H. Borders.
1941 Nov. 27
Southeastern Cooperative Education Association
Carrollton (Ga.) - Inviting him to "a small informal meeting on consumer cooperation" to take place at the Atlanta Biltmore on December 4, 1941, and briefly describing its principal aims.
1945 Mar. 1
United Negro College Fund
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing and inviting him to a small meeting on March 5 to inaugurate the Fund's new National Chairman, Thomas A. Morgan.
1950 Feb. 17
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Greeting written by Du Bois for the students of Great Barrington High School; containing a brief explanation of his time at the high school and providing the names and locations of the colleges and universities he attended.
1948 Feb. 10
Webster Groves (Mo.) - Signed H. L. Schroeder, Director; describing the composition, compilation, and exhibition of an "International Literary Memorial" and seeking recipients' contributions thereto.