A.N. Marquis and Company
Chicago (Ill.) - Billing him $11.50 for his order of Volume 23 of "Who's Who in America" (1944-45 edition); paid July 6, 1944 by Hugh H. Smythe.
China - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.
1934 Feb. 9
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Informing him of the recently initiated restructuring of the NAACP and hoping to speak with him soon about its specifics; and enclosing a lecture notice "which you might put in the hands of any persons who you think might be interested."
1945 Apr. 12
United States . Dept. of State
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Edward R. Stettinius, Secretary of State; addressed to George E. C. Hayes at the Boston Branch of the NAACP; gladly agreeing to allow the Association to appoint a representative to attend the San Francisco United Nations Conference, and bidding they make their selection known to Public Liaisons manager Francis H. Russell.
1953 Feb. 20
Progressive Party (U.S. : 1948)
New York (N.Y.) - Sent by C. B. Baldwin, Secretary; praising him on the occasion of his 85th birthday as an "example of steadfastness and integrity."
1939 Sept. 14
Adkins, J. Edward, Jr.
Baltimore (Md.) - Describing the conditions that must be met for the consummation of the loan towards the Du Bois' new Baltimore property, and noting that the $4800 payment received from the Federal Housing Administration falls $700 short.
1929 Dec. 31
Open Forum Speakers Bureau
Boston (Mass.) - Concerning topic for Du Bois' debate with Alexander Goldenweiser. Written on letter from Du Bois to Smith.
1918 Feb. 22
Jarnagin, Charles A
Reading (Pa.) - Praise and congratulations for Du Bois on the occasion of his 50th birthday during "a great age".