1947 Jan. 17
Washington (D.C.) - In compliance with his memo of January 16, supplying various data, testimonies, and reports on employment, education, housing and health services, and hoping "that with some editing we can get a fifth chapter out of this."
1946 Jan. 14
Washington (D.C.) - Relaying that Clare Wilcox of the International Trade Policy Office will be the principal speaker at the January 17 meeting; noting that the primary topics to be addressed thereat are to do with the British-American Loan; and inquiring if Du Bois will be able to attend.
1947 Sept. 18
Washington (D.C.) - Pointing out various "important" typographical errors found in the NAACP's petition to the United Nations and noting that apart from those corrections "my section appears to be all right."
1947 Jan. 22
Washington (D.C.) - Enclosing statistical data extracted from the Census Bureau on life expectancy, farm tenancy, education, and employment, as well as a short memo on federal employment, "which I feel is important in this whole thing" (his chapter on racial discrimination for the Association's U.N. petition) and bidding he get in touch if he requires any more information.