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.
Paris (France) - Concerning greater trade relations between France and African American business owners in an effort to assuage prejudices of the French people. Contains extract from a second letter.
1918 Feb. 20
Danley, Mary B.
Pasadena (Calif.) - Concerning praise for Du Bois on his 50th birthday, U.S. Democracy, and the interactions of French and Senegalese soldiers during World War I.
1861 Jan. 15
Lyman, Benjamin Smith, 1835-1920
Paris (France) - Lyman writes to accompany a small geological map of France, to be sent by way of an acquaintance returning to the U. S. He provides Mr. Lesley with a comparison of "water blast" machines and other processes used at the bloomery forges in the Valley of Andorra and those in the Southern U. S. Lyman requests that one of the reservoir pens Mr. Lesley favors be shipped to him in Fra... more
1971 Jan. 29
McCormack, Mark H.
France - Suggesting Dupont call the London office in February in order to obtain a more accurate travel schedule and make an appointment.
1926 May 28
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning discrimination included in the school's admission policy.