1934 Jan. 12
Liberia . Delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations
Geneva (Switzerland) - Authorizing the Liberian president to accept the basis of the League of Nation's Plan of Assistance to that nation and enumerating a series of reservations thereto pertaining; supposing a cooperation between the Liberian government and the Finance Corporation of America; and authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to spend no more than $8000 towards related causes.
1946 Feb. 1
American Youth for Democracy
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Leon Wofsy, President; inviting him to speak as part of the organization's observance of Negro History Week and describing the occasion's general program.
Cambridge, Mass. - From a series of photographs documenting the women's occupation at Harvard, beginning March 6, 1971, to demand low-income housing and the creation of a permanent women's center, organized by women from organizations including Bread and Roses, the Old Mole Women's Caucus, and Gay Women's Liberation.
1954 Feb. 12
Fisk University . Alumni Association
Nashville (Tenn.) - Enclosing a list of the first purchasers of the newly reprinted "Souls of Black Folk," sold through the University.
1933 Oct. 16
New York (N.Y.) - Noting when Du Bois' salary checks from the NAACP were deposited; notes that Ottley has secured the map of Africa from Du Bois' home, which will be sent to his Atlanta office; informs him of other happenings in the Crisis office.
Tashkent (Uzbekistan) - Sending greetings from this "city lovelier than ever" and relaying a bit of her travels there.