1959 Oct. 14
Du Bois, Yolande
Baltimore (Md.) - Attaching a clipping portraying Du Bois's "surprise visit" to the Afro-American Company, with Yolande in tow; suggesting that it's a good photo of him; and sending love to him and Shirley.
1957 May 25
Pittsburg Courier Publishing Co.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) - A reproduced 1905 portrait of the Niagara Movement's founders, including W. E. B. Du Bois, Alonzo Herndon, Fred McGee, John Baeber, Henry Bailey, and Clement Morgan. Red arrow points to who may be the father of Wilhelmena Reed Taylor, in whose letter the clipping was enclosed.
1913 Jan. – 1913 Oct.
Collection of diverse news clippings covering W. E. B. Du Bois's 1913 lectures across the U.S., at various universities, colleges, clubs, and private organizations.
1930 July 20
Globe Newspaper co.
Boston (Mass.) - Describing African Americans' efforts to trace their history in the state of Massachusetts.
1963 Sept. 26
Weekly Guardian Associates (Firm)
New York (N.Y.) - Coverage of the funeral proceedings for W. E. B. Du Bois, featuring reprints of his notable quotes and fatalistic "final message" of June 26th, in which he bids good-bye to the people and things in the world. Also features partial articles on attempts to get John F. Kennedy to sign a Civil Rights bill and protests following the bombing of a Birmingham, Alabama church i... more
1963 Sept. 21
Los Angeles People's World
Los Angeles (Calif.) - A description of the October 20th People's World Banquet to be held at the U.N., featuring Charles P. Howard's remarks, and honoring the late W. E. B. Du Bois.