1944 July 28
Bennington Historical Museum and Art Gallery
Bennington (Vt.) - Postcard sent from Laura Boneton to Anson Phelps Stokes, enclosed to W. E. B. Du Bois to depict the Reverend Lemuel Haynes, A. M., "the famous Negro Revolutionary soldier and Christian minister," at work in the First Church of Bennington, Vermont, as depicted by William Tefft Schwarz.
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
Springfield (Ill.) - Unused postcard of an Abraham Lincoln statue capturing "exactly how he looked when he lived in Springfield," published by the Springfield News Agency, Inc. with Color by Herbert Georg.
Fisk Club of Greater New York
New York (N.Y.) - Signed by R. J. Elzy, Secretary, inviting members to a meeting.
1936 Dec. 31
Nihon Y?sen Kabushiki Kaisha
Tokyo (Japan) - Unwritten postcard showcasing the N.Y.K. Line M.S. Matsuta Maru, which W. E. B. Du Bois sailed from Yokohama to San Francisco on December 31, 1936; scene evidences a luxurious tea time aboard the vessel.