New York (N.Y.) - Article entitled "Fresh Fields" written by Ida Crouch-Hazlett writing in The Call, New York on the "remarkable future for the Negro;" features a poem entitled "Again it is September" written by Jessie Fauset with a drawing by Laura Wheeler.
1955 Dec. 27
New York Times Company
New York (N.Y.) - Written by Luther A. Huston; describing the establishment of detention camps across the country equipped to house thousands of "spies, saboteurs, or other persons considered dangerous in case of a national emergency."
1951 Feb. 11
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Typed draft of an article published in the Compass (New York). In this article, Du Bois celebrates Carter G. Woodson's creation of Negro History Week, but advocates a re-framing of the celebration to concentrate on current events in African American activism, and particularly on the peace movement.