New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Executive Director Maud Russell; outlining how members will monetarily and/or actively contribute to the Committee's 1949 operations.
1937 June 4
American Association of University Professors
Washington (D.C.) - Notifies Du Bois of nomination for AAUP membership and terms of membership.
1952 Apr. 25
Sent as a form letter from an unidentified correspondent purporting to have transcripts of interviews between scientists and American Air Force officers who claimed to have participated in bacteriological warfare. Documents include: the names of the scientists and officers, the interviews, and excerpts from the testimony of Lieutenant Kenneth Enoch.
United States . Dept. of State . Public Services Division
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Maurice S. Rice, Chief; noting that his recent correspondence has been forwarded to the State Dept. and enclosing various materials "of interest."
A form letter informing staff of their salary increase and bonus. The letter also describes the Administrative Operational Committee's(AOC) work on the Salary Administration program to institute a "fair and equitable" compensation package.
1951 May 1
Stover, F. W. (Fred W.)
Des Moines (Iowa) - Formally authorizing the use of his name on the National Committee's petitions and initiatives.
1951 May 1
Reynolds, Bertha Capen, 1885-
Stoughton (Mass.) - Formally authorizing the use of his name on the National Committee's petitions and initiatives and deeming Du Bois's persecution "an affront to every decent person in the United States."
1929 Jan. 30
United States . Patent Office
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Thomas E. Robertson, Commissioner of Patents; approving, and thus formalizing, the "Crisis"'s registered trade-mark.
1925 Feb. 24
New York (N.Y.) - Form letter for baby picture information requests from the Crisis.
National Benefit Life Insurance Company
Washington (D.C.) - Describing the history of policyholders' legal protection and recent changes that have affected it; appealing to mutualize and concurrently reorganize the company, returning ownership to policyholders; and seeking power of attorney from said holders, granting Alexander H. Martin, Esq., of Cleveland, Ohio, authority to "do all things needful and appropriate to safeguard, protect, vindic... more