1960 June 11
Czechoslovakia . Embassy (U.S.)
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Miloslav R??ek; extending Franti?ek Kahuda's invitation to be his guest at the National Spartakiade in Prague and enclosing various materials on the festival.
1946 Sept. 25
National Association of Colored Women (U.S.)
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Christine S. Smith, President; gladly agreeing to attend the October 5 meeting in New York on Du Bois's petition to the United Nations (mums312-b111-i115) with respect to its handling of colonial matters and pledging her endorsement of "the work which you have in hand."
1949 June 27
United States . Supreme Court
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk; citing from an order entered by the Court that day in the case of Dennis v. United States, essentially trasnferring the case to the summary docket, and denying Paul Robeson's motion to file a brief of amicus curaie (see mums312-b125-i173).
1945 Mar. 31
United States . Dept. of State
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Henry S. Villard, Division of African Affairs; thanking but declining his invitation to the April 6-7 Colonial Conference, on account of the onerous preparations the office is making in advance of the impending United Nations Conference at San Francisco.
1931 Mar. 4
National Benefit Life Insurance Company
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Mortimer F. Smith, Vice President; congratulating him on having the "good judgment" to have re-instated his policy with the Company and assuring him of the quality of their services.
1948 Oct. 22
Washington (D.C.) - Defending his coverage of Harry Truman's recent speech in Raleigh and asserting that the President's words "made it clear to me as a reporter that he was implying support of his program, though in softer language."
1935 Mar. 15
Hansberry, William Leo
Washington (D.C.) - Regarding whether Hansberry has published on Africa in the past year.
Johnson, Georgia Douglas Camp, 1886-1966
Washington (D.C.) - Inquiring if he received their recent Tomorrow's World notice (mums312-b106-i248) and encouraging his interest therein.
1929 Mar. 1
Burroughs, Nannie Helen, 1879-
Washington (D.C.) - Concerning inability to attend the fifth Pan African Congress trip to North Africa.