1921 Aug. 1
Paris (France) - Addressed to Blaise Diagne, President, accepting the invitation to speak regarding Haiti as a delegate to the second Pan African Congress.
1921 Aug. 24
Diagne, Blaise, 1872-1934
Paris (France) - Regarding the Pan African Movement and the role it plays in Europe, America, and Africa.
1919 Jan. 1
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Paris (France) - Concerning a proposal for a Pan African Congress to be held February 2, 3 and 4, 1919. In French.
1919 Feb. 21
Pan African Conference
Africa - Additional copy of printed list of principles agreed to at the Pan African Congress concerning the future of Africa including land, capital, labor, education, health, culture and relation to the League of Nations. List of numbers of individuals from participating countries included. Bilingual in English and French. Contains handwritten corrections in the right margin.
1921 Oct. 29
Belgium . Ministe?re de la justice
Brussels (Belgium) - Signed by A. Haefs, Secretary, regretting that the Minister of Justice cannot attend the second Pan African Congress.
Pan African Congress
Paris (France) - Enclosing a copy of the resolutions passed during the first Pan African Congress
1927 June 4
Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1896-1946
Cambridge (Mass.) - Writing to Du Bois in care of the NAACP concerning information collected in Dakar on M. Blaise Diagne. Written on stationery from the Harvard University and Radcliffe College Bureau of International Research.
1919 Oct. 18
Introduction to Lester B. Granger, former 2nd Lieutenant in the 349th Field Artillery, A.S.F.