1946 Aug. 20
Non-Partisan Interfaith Citizens Committee (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Signed C. B. and A. Clayton Powell; relaying the Committee's unanimous endorsement of the Pan African Congress's petition to the General Assembly of the United Nations (see mums312-b111-i115) and wholehearted support of "this noble effort."
Council on African Affairs
New York (N.Y.) - The Council's December Bulletin, featuring pieces on the "Charter for a New World Order of Freedom," "Negro Leaders" demanding an end to imperialism, an address recently given by Max Yergan, and an editorial by editor W. A. Hunton, among other news items.
1971 Apr. 28
McCormack, Mark H.
South Africa - Confirming a real estate partnership in South Africa. McCormack outlines the general terms of the arrangement in regards to expenses, responsibilities and compensation.
American Committee on Africa
New York (N.Y.) - Signed John Gunther and Rt. Rev. James A. Pike; emphatically denouncing the recent Sharpeville Massacre and seeking readers' support of efforts to aid its victims and prevent its recurrence; "Americans cannot afford to remain silent or ungenerous at this vital moment in African and world history."
Springfield (Mass.) - Typescript draft of photocopy of Grout's narrative of the American Zulu mission from his arrival in 1834.
1971 May 13
McCormack, Mark H.
South Africa - McCormack is eager to invest in Rhodesia and notes that the timber proposition remains of interest so long as it is under $200,000. McCormack notes that his general rule of thumb is to be sole owners of their projects.
1918 Dec. 14
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning possible acquisition of South African colonies by the United States. Signed on November 20 by Simple Simon. Filed with material on the Pan African Congress.
1930 May 13
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Suggesting "the organization and regular meetings of the natives" as the only probable solution to the "South African situation" -- "only in this way can you accomplish your freedom" -- encouraging him to "speak out frankly and fearlessly" and spread news of the situation to "the newspapers of England, America, and the Continent"; generally encouraging his efforts, and ... more