1936 May 28
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Signed Roxane Eberlein; enclosing his newly-arrived steamer ticket and noting its cost has been deducted from his grant allowance; forwarding a letter of introduction to Dr. Kartzke; and sending, under separate cover, a small case of calling cards "which we hope you may find of some use."
1932 Dec. 12
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Signed Wilbur K. Thomas; regretting that his application for a Trust fellowship has been declined; acknowledging the value of his study proposal and alleging that "our most effective contribution to the welfare of the American people seems to lie in other directions."
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Describing economic changes gone on in American industry and outlining their "severe" general effects on "American Negroes"; and proposing to conduct a six-month study "into the way in which popular education for youth and adults in Germany has been made to minister industrial organization and advance" and how such lessons might possibly be brought home.
1937 Jan. 11
Diggs, Ellen Irene, 1906-
Atlanta (Ga.) - On behalf of W. E. B. Du Bois, thanking them for the copy of John Walz's "German Influence in American Education and Culture."
1936 July 14
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Signed Roxane Eberlein; thanking him for his letter relaying his arrival in Berlin (not in collection) and agreeing to its request to have his grant paid in full to him by November 1.
1931 May 26
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Signed Wilbur K. Thomas; thanking him for his application to study "the former German administration of colonies in Africa" (mums312-b060-i205); regretting that its proposal falls outside the scope of the Trust's funds, as it is not predominantly focused on American public welfare, which is, after all, the Trust's "main objective"; but nonetheless requesting he provide ... more