1941 Feb. 20
Morris Brown College
Atlanta (Ga.) - Signed W. A. Fountain, Jr.; recommending the participation of faculty member J. O. Slade at the impending Phylon Institute.
1941 Apr. 4
Southeastern Cooperative Education Association
Carrollton (Ga.) - Signed Edward Yeomans Jr., Secretary-Treasurer; expressing his interest in the impending Phylon Institute, and regretting that the information furnished by Wallace J. Campbell of the Cooperative League U.S.A. is all they can provide at present.
1941 Mar. 31
Pittsburg Courier Publishing Co.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) - Signed P. L. Prattis; per his query (mums312-b096-i046) regretting that Cayton's travel costs to Atlanta might be too high to bear, and so pledging to send another reporter to represent the paper at the impending Phylon Institute.
1941 Feb. 28
Hampton (Va.) - Signed Malcolm S. MacLean, President; referring him to various faculty members whose participation might be worthwhile at the impending Phylon Institute and conference on "the economic condition of American Negroes."
1941 Apr. 15
Jackson College for Negro Teachers
Jackson (Miss.) - Sent by L. H. James; belatedly RSVP-ing affirmatively to the impending Phylon Institute.