1919 Nov. 2
Loir-et-Cher (France) - Responding to a lecture given by Du Bois on his book, "Souls of Black Folk," lauding the work of Du Bois, and describing her opinions on the race problem in France, specifically mentioning the work of Raphael Perie and correspondence with Booker T. Washington and his wife. Bruneau encloses her translation of an article by Alfred Guignard.
France - The psalter with its one hundred and fifty psalms is the best collection of religious lyrics the world possesses. It is no wonder, therefore, that it forms an important part of so many medieval manuscripts. The Psalms are found not only in manuscripts of the bible, but also in missals, breviaries, and books of hours; and, as they had to be memorized by the priests, they were al... more
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
France - Fragment of Chapter 4, Black Francis, from Du Bois's book "The Black Man and the Wounded World" focusing on the conditions of black people in French colonies before and during World War I.
1955 Jan. 1
World Peace Council
Prague (Czech Republic) - Describing the worldwide "peace-lovers'" meeting to take place in May 1955; expanding on "what the London and Paris agreements mean"; and summarizing other peace-toward events and activities underway around the globe.