1918 Oct. 24
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning the organization of the Executive Committee of the Tercentenary Committee, a celebration of the landing of Africans in the Americas.
1932 Dec. 13
Powers, Kaplan & Berger
New York (N.Y.) - Signed George I. Gross; noting a misunderstanding in the arrangement of Du Bois's official printed retraction of his March editorial on Howard University and requesting that the comment be further redacted to meet the firm's original demands, lodged on behalf of Emmett Scott.
1932 Oct. 13
Crawford, George W. (George Williamson), b. 1877
New Haven (Conn.) - Reminding them of the "lofty ideals" of the organization to which all three belong -- Sigma Pi Phi -- reflecting on the controversy among them of recent months; and proposing the establishment of a mediation committee to resolve the matter.
1932 May 10
Sigma Pi Phi . Epsilon Boulé
Washington (D.C.) - Signed J. Francis Gregory, Grammateus, and Simeon L. Carson, Sire Archon; addressed to Thomas O. Johnson; formally lodging a complaint against W. E. B. Du Bois "for unfraternal conduct against Archon Emmett J. Scott," in reference to the Editor's February "Crisis" editorial on Howard University; and explaining the various reasons behind the Boulé's objections thereto.
1917 Dec. 13
Scott, Emmett J. (Emmett Jay), 1873-1957
Washington (D.C.) - Concerning Du Bois's letter and the discussions Scott has had with Secretary Baker. Indicating that Mr. Villard's interpretation is not correct and that Secretary Baker's response will "explain the policy of the War Department with reference to colored men who will form a part of the National Army."
1918 June 21
Washington (D.C.) - Resolution from Negro Editors conference held under the auspices of the War Department and the Committee on Public Information supporting the appointment of Emmet J. Scott as Special Assistant to the War Department .
1916 June 6
Los Angeles (Calif.) - Typescript copy of letter, enclosed in correspondence to Du Bois regarding a motion picture organized by the Cinema Lyceum and highlighting the life and work of Booker T. Washington. Pfeiffer, proprietor of Lyceum, writes to Scott, former Secretary for Washington, looking for assistance in producing the Washington film project. Referred by R. R. Moton.