1936 Sept. 10
Jones, Mildred Bryant
Chicago (Ill.) - Describing her recent trip to Hawaii -- "it was so lovely" -- looking forward to his visit in February; suggesting he get in touch with a Mr. Nolle Smith; briefly noting William Pickens's trip to Hawaii and describing its hotels; and wishing the best to him and to baby Du Bois.
1941 Feb. 10
Kingsley, Harold M.
Chicago (Ill.) - Explaining that he understands Du Bois's view point in relation to the cancellation of his speaking engagement, that it would have been better if Du Bois had sent an immediate response to his telegram, and that Du Bois is always welcome to speak at the church.
Church of the Holy Trinity (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
Chicago (Ill.) - For a program on February 9, 1958 containing a tribute to W. E. B. Du Bois on the occasion of his 90th birthday by Dr. W. Alphaeus Hunton. Also includes a community sing by Earl Robinson, a lecture by Carl Braden, dramatic sketches and readings from "Lost in the Stars".
1930 Feb. 14
American Library Association
Chicago (Ill.) - Explaining why The Crisis is not indexed in "the Readers' Guide or the other Wilson publications." Telling Du Bois that Sarah Bogle will write him next week.
1931 Sept. 5
Chicago (Ill.) - Johnson apologizes for her procrastination, but sends what information she could find concerning her grandfather's life; Johnson notes that although she was practically raised in a French Catholic Convent, she is not religious.