1946 Jan. 1
Young Men's Christian Association (Detroit, Mich.)
Detroit (Mich.) - Outlining the Branch's spring 1946 public forum lecture series, "Timely Subjects by Men of the Times," and listing the speakers and addresses to be therein offered, among them, a talk by W. E. B. Du Bois on the "Youth's Place in the Post-War World."
Massachusetts State College
Amherst (Mass.) - Program for High School day activities, Massachusetts State College.
Henderson County Teachers' Institute
Program for the Henderson County Teachers' Institute held at the Universalist Church and Liberty School House. Activities include singing, select readings, and lectures on topics concerning teaching and education. Main lectures include "What shall we teach--how shall we teach it?;" Needs and Supplies in our Common Schools;" Common and Graded Schools: what they are and s... more
Scientific and Sociological Society (Baltimore, Md.)
Baltimore (Md.) - Program for the Second Annual Public Meeting of the Scientific and Sociological Society of Baltimore held Friday, February 22nd, 1907. List of activities includes an address from Du Bois, titled: "The Institutional Development of the Colored People in America". Du Bois wrote two names on the back of the program.
Atlanta (Ga.) - Held at the Sisters Chapel on February 23, 1938.
Association for Gravestone Studies Conference (13th : 1990 : Roger Williams College)
Association for Gravestone Studies Conference (20th : 1997 : Becker College)
Great Barrington (Mass. : Town) - Program for an evening of essays, music and a debate (Resolved that a centralized government is more dangerous to the interest of our country than "state rights") to take place at the high school hall in Great Barrington on Jan 13th 1885. Features W. E. B. Du Bois as an essayist.