1943 Nov. 5
Nashville (Tenn.) - Describing the prospective proceedings, basic assumptions, topical facets and principal goals of the Conference.
1941 Feb. 13
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Describing the background and many facets of his interest and work in consumer's cooperation; noting the scope and extent of the First Phylon Institute, held that April; and inquiring if the Fund would help finance similar efforts designed to promote "the future uplift of the Negro race in America."
1947 Dec. 6
Boston (Mass.) - Signed Robert K. Mooney; seeking his assistance in Brigader-General Georges F. Doroit's project on "how leaders can be developed to meet the challenge of national and international problems"; describing the facets of the investigation; and requesting he send his comments on said themes.
1925 Mar. 9
Jones, E. K.
Roanoke (Va.) - Calling the magazine readership's attention to the facets and status of the "very peculiar" pending case between W. W. Brinkley and the "prosperous colored physician" Dr. S. C. Medley and wife.
1940 Jan. 4
Stokes, Anson Phelps, 1874-1958
Lenox (Mass.) - Describing in depth the contents, facets, and finances of the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project and justifying its suitability for federal funding under the Writers Project. Copied to W. E. B. Du Bois, Editor of the prospective volume.
1945 Sept. 15
Scott, Clarence W.
Chicago (Ill.) - Discussing at length the Agrarian Act and its profound, but little-known, effect on race relations in the U.S.; remarking on numerous other facets of modern African American history and ancient African history; and furnishing in a separate sheet (page 8) "some original conclusions I arrived at from historical research."
1956 Jan. 2
Committee to Defend Choon Cha and Chungsoon Kwak (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Outlining the origins, characters, and various facets of the case against the Kwaks; describing the current situation of their deportation order, and encouraging readers that they "can be saved."
1950 June 14
Westphalia (Germany) - Describing his studies and interests in sociology; outlining the facets of his dissertation on "the problems of Negroes in America"; relaying some criticism he received thereon and noting various omissions; and requesting help locating the materials that may help to fill them.
1935 Dec. 31
Du Bois, Nina
New York (N.Y.) - Enclosing "a rather crazy account" of the last months' expenses; describing the logistics associated with Yolande Du Bois's taking the teacher's examination in New York; complaining of her seemingly inadequate study habits and regretting various facets of her time management; describing Mr. Brown's steady encouragement and bidding Du Bois himself relay some to her in so... more