1937 Feb. 9
Dorchester (Mass.) - Thanking him for the money he sent; expressing disappointment in his cancelled visit, and interest in hearing about his "trip around the world"; and noting his mother's intention to write to him that evening, "so the Groveses will be taking up plenty of your time."
1970 Apr. 15
Simon, Peter, 1947-
Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "April 15 Moratorium (a few goodies); Abbie Hoffman double exposed." Photos of massive antiwar protests on Boston Common sponsored by the Massachusetts Moratorium Committee and the Student Mobilization Committee.
1907 Nov. 7
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
New York (N.Y.) - Asking if Du Bois published a book on the life of John Brown and for any suggestions on Villard's contemplated book to be published on the fiftieth anniversary of John Bown's execution.
1926 Mar. 9
Arkansas City (Ark.) - Seeking permission to reproduce the play, "The Broken Banjo."
1978 Nov. 28
McCormack, Mark H.
Concerning a meeting with Deane Beman and the PGA tour and Worldvision. Beman has agreed to termination terms for a film contract, comments on the end of a Worldvision contract and the international rights to the PGA Championship, and is interested in more information regarding a United States vs. the World concept.
1930 Jan. 26
Fort Hunter (N.Y.) - Kaelo writes Du Bois concerning the letter in the Crisis of the young man seeking to marry Mary, and Kaelo believes he should, in part to "show the public that the two races can live together in Peace and Happiness."
1921 Dec. 3
Detroit (Mich.) - Concerning the suffering of African Americans in Arkansas and the relation to the suffering of Christians.