London (England) - An Anglo-centric summary and analysis of the events of (and leading up to) World War I, by J. L Garvin of the Observer, and feature on "South Africa and the Empire's Call" by Lieut. Walford Dowling of Johannesburg.
London (England) - Four loose pages of the paper's coverage of His Excellency Major-General Sir Lee Oliver Stack Pasha, K.B.E., C.M.G., Sirdar of the Egyptian Army, and Governor-General of the Sudan, and including a story on a recent "victory mission at Buckingham Palace."
1950 Oct. 2
American Labor Party
New York (N.Y.) - Citing from Page 15474 of the Congressional Record concerning Senator Lehman's co-sponsorship of the McCarran Bill and Kilgore Bill; noting his opposition to Senator Frederick Vanderbilt Field; and his praise for General Anders, voiced publicly on October 1.
1951 June 16
American Peace Crusade
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to him in Los Angeles; reflecting on the glowing reports received on the Crusade's recent programming and functions; suggesting that the remarks Du Bois made at the last mass meeting be repurposed into an impending congress's keynote address; and requesting that he send a copy thereof to the Chicago office.
American Peace Crusade
New York (N.Y.) - Page 2 of the Crusade's second organizational memo, describing the campaign towards the defense of the Peace Information Center, and outlining preparations for the Chicago peace congress to be held that summer.
American Temperance Union
New York (N.Y.) - Features a temperance song entitled "Sparkling with Light" by James H. Aikman, as well as several stories concerning temperance and politics and the effects of intemperate men on women and family.
Saint Louis (Mo.) - Fragment of the year's last monthly issue, providing an update on the case against W. E. B. Du Bois and the Peace Information Center, and featuring various articles and reviews, among them, one of Du Bois's 15-page pamphlet, "I Take my Stand for Peace."
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, inc.
Washington (D.C.) - Pages 5 to 14 of a pamphlet featuring accounts and reviews of W. E. B. Du Bois's "Gift of Black Folk," A. A. Taylor's "Negro in South Carolina During Reconstruction," Toussaint L'Ouverture's French-language biography, Gertrude Sanborn's "Veiled Aristocrats," Woodson's "Century of Negro Migration," "Education of the Negro Prior to 1861," and "History of the Negro Church," an... more
Bailey, David Algar
Fragment of a publication concerning the belief that education is the answer to "Mankind's ills and evils;" written as a sort of religious text.