1919 Jan. 14
Shirley, J. W.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) - Commending and commenting on his article on "The Future of Africa" in the current number and making some suggestions on its remarks on plans for a Paris-based Pan-African Congress. Footer bears pencilled draft of M. G. Allison's reply; see mums312-b165-i259 for final version.
1929 Mar. 1
Burroughs, Nannie Helen, 1879-
Washington (D.C.) - Concerning inability to attend the fifth Pan African Congress trip to North Africa.
1948 Feb. 12
Padmore, George, 1902-1959
Paris (France) - Mentioning that he was in France helping French Colonial deputies and leaders set up a Pan-African Committee, and that he will send Du Bois a full report when he returns to London.
1945 Nov. 27
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Howard Fast; inviting him to attend the January 1946 Cultural Awards Dinner, and to there accept the "Historian and Educator" award "for your magnificent contribution to the Pan-African Congresses."
1928 July 7
Farnana, Panda, 1888-1930
Brussels (Belgium) - Enclosing an article commemorating the end of World War I. Inquiring about the planned 1929 Pan African Congress. Written on the 10th anniversary of the end of World War I.
1919 Feb. 21
Pan African Conference
Africa - Draft of French language 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.