1928 May 1
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Apology for not attending a stag party for Countee Cullen.
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.
Rand School of Social Science
New York (N.Y.) - Plan for a Department of Research at the Rand School of Social Science including details for the formation of an Advisory Board, fellowships, training of students and volunteers, cooperation with trade unions, research methods to be employed, publications, financing, and the Industrial Relations Commission Report. The department will also host a library for socialist movement information and exhibits.
1972 Sept. 21
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack thanks "Townie" Clarke for his note and mentions that he will be at Harvard speaking to the Enterprises Club and perhaps they can meet then.
1975 Apr. 29
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack informs Fairbarns that he has written a proposal to Al concerning sponsorship of four films, the U. S. Open golf championship, the British Open, Wimbledon, and the U. S. Open tennis championship.
1937 Mar. 25
Nashville (Tenn.) - Signed Charles S. Johnson, Director; confirming arrangements to discuss the proposed "Journal of Negro Sociology" in Birmingham, at the residence of a Mrs. B. J. Anderson, found to be "a quite satisfactory place on the occasion of a recent speaking engagement."
Clark, Gloria Xifaras, 1943-
Clarksdale (Miss.) - Interior of room, famous as a stop for blues players and where Bessie Smith died.
1950 Oct. 7
American Labor Party
New York (N.Y.) - Outlining W. E. B. Du Bois's public, radio, and television appearances between October 8 and November 6, in connection with his senatorial campaign, and bearing additional hand-pencilled engagements (see mums312-b127-i096 for earlier version).