1947 Apr. 17
Chicago (Ill.) - Asking that all columnists expedite work for the National Edition.
1948 Oct. 23
Chicago (Ill.) - Mentioning that he has read the "Du Bois Incident" in the September 1948 NAACP bulletin, and that he disapproves of the NAACP Board's decision to terminate W. E. B. Du Bois from the organization. Written on "Free and Accepted Masons of Illinois" stationary.
1948 Nov. 1
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Stanley Nowak, National Chairman; addressed to All Sponsors; enclosing a program of the Committee's impending 15th anniversary conference; calling their attention to a certain "Bill of Rights dinner" to be hosted therein; and hoping they can attend, or at least send a special message to be read thereat.
Chicago Sunday Evening Club
Chicago (Ill.) - Relating the progress and success of recent addresses and musical performances at the Chicago Sunday Evening Club. Written by Edward K. Welles, Secretary.
1943 Mar. 30
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed J. E. Stamps, President, General Alumni Association; relaying news regarding the University's war efforts; confronting Dr. Weatherford's criticisms in the "Negro Press"; describing a proposal to initiate state-funded scholarships; and seeking continued contribution to the stamp-bond drive.
A.N. Marquis and Company
Chicago (Ill.) - Explaining that their new reference book, "Who Knows- And What," is almost complete, that this book will use content from some of their other books, and that they will be rewriting these listings.
Fraternal Council of Negro Churches in America
Chicago (Ill.) - Explaining a meeting of the Fraternal Council of Negro Churches in America to discuss the "importance of Negro representation at the Peace Table when victory in the present global war has been achieved."
1924 July 25
National Association of Colored Women (U.S.)
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning advance copies of the 1924 convention program.
1953 Dec. 22
Thompson, John B.
Chicago (Ill.) - Requesting assistance in publicizing the Supreme Court case that will discuss the constitutionality of the establishment of the House Un-American Affairs Committee that Harvey O'Connor, Julius Emspak, Corliss, Lamont and Leo Huberman have brought.