1951 Sept. 20
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . Denver Branch
Denver (Colo.) - Advertising a September 20 lecture by "scholar, educator, author, fighter for freedom and peace" W. E. B. Du Bois at the New Hope Baptist Church, organized by the Denver Branch of the NAACP, W. F. Turner, President.
1907 Aug. 29
Boston (Mass.) - Letters drafted at the 3rd annual meeting of the Niagara Movement. The first addressed to Joseph Benson Foraker, Senator of Ohio, and the second addressed to the Constitution League of New York; both thanking them for their service to the 25th U.S. Infantry.
Carson, C. A.
Written to Mary A. Lynch of Livingstone College, Carson reports his impressions of France in the medical department of a Camp Infirmary. Most likely for W. E. B. Du Bois' proposed book "The Black Man in the Wounded World". Coded with a P.
1950 Aug. 1
Peoples' World Convention
Geneva (Switzerland) - On the fifth anniversary of Hiroshima Day, reporting the "gathering force" of the Convention; noting the election of delegates thereto; and urging recipients to arrange to attend its December 30 opening function.
Winkley, John W.
Hayward (Calif.) - Christian churches of Hayward expressing sympathies to Japanese Americans on their evacuation. "We are sure that you are going to do your best to help make the burden of leaving as light as you can. We are truly thankful that all of us are agreed that in this tragic time we must behave as Christians so that when the dark days are over we will be able to make a better world in which we ... more