1948 Mar. 10
Lochard, Metz T. P., 1896-1984
Chicago (Ill.) - Requesting that he wire confirmation of his April 16 speaking engagement before the Chicago Forum.
1945 Apr. 24
March on Washington Movement
Chicago (Ill.) - Sent by A. Philip Randolph; regarding the formal formulation of a "resolution for improvement of darker races" to present at the upcoming San Francisco United Nations Conference.
1946 Aug. 23
Chicago (Ill.) - Sent by Metz T. P. Lochard, Editor-in-Chief; in answer to his query (mums312-b109-i332), noting that the paper has one extra column of his on hand; and pledging to write next week "on a lecture proposition."
1929 Mar. 9
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning a date for a reception while visiting Chicago, Illinois.
1948 Mar. 5
Communist Party of Illinois
Chicago (Ill.) - Sent by Gil Green and William Patterson; sending birthday greetings from the Party and praising him as "a fearless leader of the people" and "well-met beloved friend."
1953 Oct. 12
Conference to Further World Peace through Negotiation
Chicago (Ill.) - Asking if the award he is receiving from the World Peace Council is a certificate, a medal, or a cash prize.
1934 Nov. 14
Julius Rosenwald Fund
Chicago (Ill.) - Sent by Edwin R. Embree; inviting him to a Washington, D.C. conference on "Negro in economic recovery" on November 21: "no committee or formal meeting but effort by few of us to think through problems." Verso bears draft of Du Bois's pencilled affirmative response.
1948 Feb. 23
Jones, Mildred Bryant
Chicago (Ill.) - Wishing him "continued good health and prosperity" on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
1947 Jan. 2
Chicago (Ill.) - Explaining that he is making sure that Du Bois is paid for an article that was printed without his permission.