Biographical Directory of American Scholars
Lancaster (Penn.) - Explaining the contents of the first edition of the "Biographical Directory of American Scholars." Letter written by J. McKeen Cattell, Editor.
1943 Jan. 15
Southern Negro Youth Congress
Birmingham (Ala.) - Explaining that a new center of cooperation for youth and youth serving organizations in the United States has been recently formed, providing the names of organizations that endorse the "American Youth for a Free World," and mentioning the officers for the organization.
1953 Dec. 17
Council on African Affairs
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to friends and supporters of the first amendment; announces that the case before the Subversive Activities Control Board has been postponed with no new date, as a result of the Attorney General motion to rule out the council's answers to his charges; looks at specific attacks; expresses appreciation of received support from friends and asks for more monetary support.
1952 Sept. 9
U.S. Committee Against Militarization
Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; describing the proposed German "peace contract" and outlining at length a plan to defeat it