U.S. Committee Against Militarization
Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; describing and attempting to sell Bofman's "USA Peace Directory," "Peace and Militarization." and "You Can Change the Course of History" in 3 volumes, altogether the "most powerful peace-tools... for peace-makers."
Harmon Foundation, inc.
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning the purpose, eligibility, judges, award types, and general conditions of the award.
Action Committee of Antwerp Longshoremen (Dokkers)
Antwerp (Belgium) - Appealing to American Seamen and "Merchant Seamen of All Nations" for world peace; noting that Belgian soldiers were the first to die in both World Wars; warning that signatories will not load or unload any cargo porting weaponry; and guaranteeing "safety, quarters, security!"
Harvard Athletic Association
Cambridge (Mass.) - Schedule of Harvard football games for the 1919 season, rules for purchasing tickets, and parking instructions.
1938 Feb. 16
Young Men's Christian Association (Buffalo, N.Y.) . Michigan Avenue Branch
Buffalo (N.Y.) - Announcing a lecture given by Du Bois for the Young Men's Christian Association on 1938-02-16.
1957 Sept. 18
Sunnyside Discussion Group (Sunnyside, New York, N.Y.)
Long Island City (New York, N.Y.) - Announcing and inviting guests to a talk by W. E. B. Du Bois on "Colonialism -- with special reference to the Mid-East and American Foreign Policy," as the first of a series of lectures on "provocative topics for the year 1957-1958."
1960 Nov. 1
Historical Law Review Associates (Yorktown, N.Y.)
Yorktown (N.Y.) - Urging readers to help themselves "become a more potent political and economic power" by fighting for their full voting rights; seeking their support of the "costly" case fought by Victor Sharrow; and referring them to various articles on the matter (see mums312-b151-i099, i100, i101).