Anderson, Bessie Mossell
Chambersburg (Pa.) - Requesting statistics for African Americans in the fields of economics, education, and industry from the past ten years. Signed by Bessie Mosell Anderson, written on stationery from Page Anderson, "dressed Calves, lambs and poultry".
1907 Nov. 22
Tanner, Benj. T. (Benjamin Tucker), 1835-1923
Jacksonville (Fla.) - Tucker writes to Singer Co. regarding the Encyclopedia of the Negro Race and the Jewish Encyclopedia, published by Funk & Wagnalls Co. Item includes second letter from James Bryce contributing his voice to the topic. Both letters are typewritten on the same sheet, presumed to be notes kept by Du Bois per his handwritten note for filing.
1930 Feb. 28
League for Independent Political Action
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning the omission of a discussion of political rights for African Americans in Paul Douglas pamphlet for the League, "A New Political Realignment--Why?" Written on the letterhead of The University of Chicago.
1934 Mar. 8
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Form letter from Du Bois to Mordecai W. Johnson, president of Howard, with Johnson's responses written in. Questions concern teaching on "Citizenship and Voting with especial reference to the American Negro."