1932 Feb. 9
Malvan, Irene C.
New York (N.Y.) - Confirming receipt of his letter of February 1 and assuring it will be brought to the attention of W. E. B. Du Bois, upon his return to the office; and pledging, in the meantime, to take up the matter of a missing N.A.A.C.P. report therein referenced.
1957 Feb. 22
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Congressman William L. Dawson; noting that Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah has personally invited him to attend the independence ceremonies to be held for Ghana on March 6th; noting his involvement in the formation of that nation and in the development of the Pan-African Movement; and requesting on those bases his help securing international travel rights.
1937 Feb. 3
Johnson C. Smith University
Charlotte (N.C.) - Signed M. E. Thomasson, Acting Dean; relaying the chosen date of the "conference of social science teachers in colleges for Negroes" (April 24) and hoping he can be present thereat.
1948 Feb. 23
Paterson (N.J.) - Wishing Du Bois a happy 80th birthday.
1958 Apr. 5
Alexander, Gross W.
Lucerne Valley (Calif.) - Congratulating Du Bois on his recent birthday and requesting information about John Hawkins the slave trader and John Foster Dulles.
1926 May 31
Condell, C. H.
Memphis (Tenn.) - Telling Du Bois that the article he submitted for publication in The Crisis earlier should be published soon "in view of recent happenings in Memphis." Discussing the construction of a high school and conferring of degrees.
1961 June 27
Quarterly Journal of Economics
Cambridge (Mass.) - Signed Arthur Smithies, Editor; expressing peronal great interest in his autobiography but regretting that an excerpt therefrom nevertheless falls "rather outside the frame of reference" of the publication.