1970 May 5
Boston, Mass. - From a series of photographs documenting the mass demonstrations on the Boston Common and State House steps protesting the U.S. invasion of Cambodia and the killings of four students at Kent State University.
1937 Apr. 16
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Enclosing the introduction to the Japanese translation of "The Souls of Black Folk" and inquiring if he might get a hold of a certain photograph taken of him at the Penn Club dinner held in his honor during his trip to Japan.
Detroit Free Press Co.
Detroit (Mich.) - Announcing and advertising Du Bois's impending address at the Second Baptist Church on "The Negro and the War."
1985 Jan. 11
Carpenter, William H.
Concerning a problem Carpenter sees with the airfare policy.
1956 Jan. 13
Provisional Committee for Justice in Mississippi
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Lyman Beecher Stowe, Chairman; suggesting, on the basis of its appropriateness, that he speak at the Committee's upcoming rally, held to protest "the shameful events in the South, particularly in Mississippi." See mums312-b161-i264 for release on same.
1956 Feb. 28
Carter, C. (Clarence), 1920-
Meadville (Pa.) - Remarking on P. L. Prattis's recent mention of him in the "Pittsburgh Courier" and its reminder of his 88th birthday; praising him as "one of our distinguished leaders"; and wishing him well.
1935 July 6
National Baptist Convention of America
Chicago (Ill.) - From president. Invites Du Bois to speak at upcoming convention in New York. On Western Union form.