1921 Jan. 5
Royal College of Surgeons of England
London (England) - Acknowledging a donation of an issue of the Brownies Book, with a biography of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
1917 June 5
United States Civil Service Commission
Washington (D.C.) - Signed by John A. Mcilhenny, President, Requesting a reference for William L. Bell for an architectural draftsman position with the Civil Service and enclosing a copy of the position announcement.
Schadt, Thomas G.
Concerning PepsiCo sponsoring "Amber Lights," a 40 minute film for teenagers about the dangers of drunk driving.
1931 Jan. 16
Shorunkeh-Sawyerr, Frances M.
Freetown (Sierra Leone) - Announcing that as of January 31, 1931, he shall carry out business under the name "T. J. Sawyerr, Bookseller, Stationer, General Dealer, and Patent Medicine Vendor"; providing relevant address and business hours; and introducing his son, J. C. I., the company manager.
Committee on the Study of Racial and Religious Problems in Employment
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Elinor Sachs Barr, Research Secretary; describing a study underway at the Committee concerning "certain social factors which influence employment"; enclosing a questionnaire designed to gather related data; and bidding recipients complete and return, upon which they may be telephoned for a follow-up interview.