1953 Mar. 23
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Describing the submission and reception of his (and the NAACP's) 1947 "Appeal to the World" and resubmitting same as a tribute to Dr. Fernando Ortiz, "long the champion of the rights of Negroes, in order to bring it especially to the attention fo the nations of Latin America."
1981 Nov. 16
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack notes they would be interested in paying for Southeast Asia guarantees.
1935 Oct. 18
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Expressing her interest the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project proposed but declining to participate directly therein: "I do not feel that I am capable of writing an article concerning the Negro and that there are a large number of persons who would serve you in this purpose far more adequately that I could."
1931 Aug. 22
National Negro Bankers' Association
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Signed R. R. Wright, Sr.; inviting him to address the Association on the subject "The Importance of Negro Banks in the Economic Development" or "Advance of Business by Colored Men."
1968 Apr. 29
Accepting an invitation on behalf on Arnold Palmer to attend a dinner contingent on his being in Atlanta on the proposed day. Dinner is to take place before an unnamed golf tournament. McCormack declines the invitation as he is unable to attend.
1969 Oct. 15
Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs depicting the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam at Boston University and on the Boston Common.