1925 Dec. 30
DuBois, Rachel Davis
Pitman (N.J.) - Concerning information on African influence on Egyptian civilization for a living picture exhibition at a high school.
1919 Aug. 19
Lincoln Daily Star (Lincoln, Neb.)
Lincoln (Neb.) - Signed J. E. Lawrence, City Editor; per his query (mums312-b165-i032), relaying the source of the photo of the Cairo demonstrations which appeared in a recent edition of the paper.
London (England) - Four loose pages of the paper's coverage of His Excellency Major-General Sir Lee Oliver Stack Pasha, K.B.E., C.M.G., Sirdar of the Egyptian Army, and Governor-General of the Sudan, and including a story on a recent "victory mission at Buckingham Palace."
1919 July 22
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to the publisher; inquiring as to how to gain access to the photograph of the demonstration in Cairo that appeared in the Star's May 22 issue, as he would like to run same in the "Crisis."
Egypt - Concerning Du Bois opinions on the future of race relations as presented in a forum at Grace Community Church. He discussed how recent excavations in Egypt represent a civilization older than the white race. The clipping also includes the question and answer portion of the forum, with responses from Du Bois. Topics addressed include; segregation, the Tulsa race riots in ... more
London (England) - Describing the "most eventful" months of 1919 and their tumultuous effects on and in Egypt; summarizing the "hardship of war measures"; and featuring a portrait of Lord Edmund and Lady Adelaide Allenby.