Chicago (Ill.) - Newspaper article describing recent violent events and the organization of a Negro law and order league.
1905 Mar. 20
Wilkins, D. R.
Chicago (Ill.) - Attesting to Booker T. Washington's offer to pay for support of his work in The Conservator newspaper. Annotation from William Monroe Trotter forwarding this letter to W. E. B. Du Bois for their investigation of Booker T. Washington.
Saint Louis Star
East St. Louis (Ill.) - Group portrait of African American refugees on the streets of East St. Louis after the 1917 race riot. Caption: "Negro refugees" with photographer's stamp from the St. Louis Star Daily Pictorial Page (?).
1917 July 14
Illinois - H. J. Res. 124 resolving to appoint a joint special committee to investigate riots and lynchings that occurred in East Saint Louis.
1919 Sept. 16
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Muncie (Ill.) - Concerning a request for a photograph from the Chicago Riot.
1919 Sept. 18
Muncie Evening Press
Muncie (Ind.) - Concerning a request for an original copy of a photograph from the Chicago Riot of 1919.
1925 Aug. 26
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning missing issues of the Crisis magazine, a visit to Chicago, and work of the Freemasons of Mount Hebron Lodge, No. 29, Chicago to support black employees of the Chicago Post Office. Mentions bringing this issue to the attention of W. E. B. Du Bois. Signed by Archie L. Weaver, Corresponding Secretary for the Mount Hebron Lodge. Sent to the attention of A. G. Dill at the Crisis offices.