1963 Sept. 26
Weekly Guardian Associates (Firm)
New York (N.Y.) - Coverage of the funeral proceedings for W. E. B. Du Bois, featuring reprints of his notable quotes and fatalistic "final message" of June 26th, in which he bids good-bye to the people and things in the world. Also features partial articles on attempts to get John F. Kennedy to sign a Civil Rights bill and protests following the bombing of a Birmingham, Alabama church i... more
1963 Sept. 1
Daily Worker (New York)
New York (N.Y.) - An account of the recognition of Du Bois's death by freedom marchers in Washington, and a review of the civil rights leader's profound impact on the fight for racial equality in the U.S. and throughout Africa and the world.
1952 Apr. 12
New York Age Press
New York (N.Y.) - Briefly describing and visually representing W. E. B. Du Bois's conferral of the Teachers Union's distinguished service award, and capturing him with Legislative Representative Rose V. Russell and President Abraham Lederman. Verso bears wholly unrelated cartoon.
Van Jackson, Wallace
New York (N.Y.) - Formally presenting and describing Countee Cullen's collection, outlining its scope and the diversity of its formats, and celebrating its donation to Atlanta University.
1963 Aug. 28
New York Times Company
New York (N.Y.) - The Times's coverage of the death of W. E. B. Du Bois and recap of his life's trajectory, achievements, and legacy.
1963 Sept. 5
New York (N.Y.) - A "rough proof" of James Aronson's praise of the legacy of W. E. B. Du Bois and his monumental influence on the peace movement, marked up with some corrections, and sent to Shirley Graham, with an admission of "sadness and love."