1949 Nov. 12
Harris, Leon R.
New York (N.Y.) - Outlining the basic components, activities, and administrative facets of a plan to aid sharecroppers and listing members of the initiative's sponsoring committee (W. E. B. Du Bois among them) as well as other sponsors.
1951 Feb. 25
World Peace Council
Berlin (Germany) - Reprinting the facets of the peace resolution adopted unanimously at the Council's Berlin meeting, and calling upon "all peace-loving nations to support this pact." See mums312-b135-i438 for pocket-sized version.
Trade Union Committee to Defend Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Ben Gold, Chairman; inviting recipients to attend the November 16 dinner in honor of W. E. B. Du Bois, "world-renowned scholar and an outstanding leader of the Negro people"; outlining the facets and absurdities of his recent legal troubles and federal indictment; and urging "we can express our understanding and appreciation by giving wholehearted support and mak... more
1932 May 20
New York (N.Y.) - Listing the names of a dozen or so individuals he hopes can serve on the magazine's board, and discussing briefly the extent, nature, and principal facets of their involvement in the enterprise.
Soviet Union . Delegatsiia pri Mezhdunarodnom kongresse vostokovedov, 25th, 1960, Moscow, R.S.F.S.R.
Moscow (Russia) - Noting the four principal objectives established at the 25th congress, "in view of the growing importance of African studies," and pertaining to the goals, struture, and facets of the institution.
1969 Jan. 13
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack suggests terms under which they may be able to form an association. He believes that LeBas could assist in various facets of work within France and Switzerland and in matters relating to Jean Claude Killy.
1946 Oct. 3
Leopoldville (Congo) - Thanking him for his letter; lamenting his recent illness and congratulating him on soon becoming a grandfather; regretting he cannot supply, as requested, an article for his son-in-law's paper but offering to send a 110-page unedited manuscript; describing difficulties attaining posts in the Congo and deeming him "too pro-Negro for the Colony"; describing conditions in... more
1952 Dec. 5
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
New York (N.Y.) - Explaining in detail and analyzing the impact of myriad facets of the bill, depending on whether you are a "derivative citizen," "foreign-born, naturalized citizen," "interested in a foreigner's immigrating to the United States, etc."