1955 Jan. 10
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Regretting he has not had time to work further on "Black Sam Fraunces" and referring him on the matter to George Padmore of London; "He might be able to find something in the British Museum."
1976 June 6
Paterson Falls (N.J.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Pres. Ford at Paterson Falls." During his reelection campaign in 1976, Ford visited Paterson to designate the 119-acre Great Falls/Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures historic district as a national historic landmark.
1926 Nov. 18
Randolph, Richetta G.
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning a letter regarding Du Bois.
1943 Jan. 6
North Carolina College for Negroes
Durham (N.C.) - Signed James E. Shepard, President; relaying the tentative April-May schedule of the impending conference and looking forward to seeing Du Bois's statement therefor (outlined in mums312-b100-i364).
1905 Jan. 4
Boston (Mass.) - Horace Bumstead, president of Atlanta University, discussing logistical details of upcoming lectures in February 1905. Mentions imminent authorization to publish last Conference for the Study of the Negro Problems report.
1928 July 11
New York (N.Y.) - From Secretary. Acknowledges letter of July 9 to W. E. B. Du Bois, currently out of town. Typed on reverse side of The Crisis letterhead (half sheet).