1946 Jan. 21
Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010
Chicago (Ill.) - Writes "folks" on the back of a Midwest Buddhist Church Sunday service program (Sunday service, January 13, 1946), regarding packages Nash received and sent to family, including seeds from a Hawaiian date.
1917 July 14
Marne (France) - Menu for meal held in Bouleuse, France for members of S.S.U. 68 of the American Field Service. Contains hand-drawn illustration of military scene on front and program of events, including a small play and songs.
1994 Apr. 18
McCormack, Mark H.
Would like him to look at the Esaka Tennis Program and note the advertisers, which might give them clues about their income sources.
1843 Aug. 1
West Brookfield, Mass. - Broadside program listing students' rhetorical exercises held at the end of the summer session.
Connecticut Peace Council (Bridgeport, Conn.)
Bridgeport (Conn.) - Advertising an event for better understanding of and friendship with the colored peoples of the world; Program of invent, featuring speech "Colonialism, Africa, and Peace" by W. E. B. Du Bois. Includes picture of Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois as well as the Saulsbury Choir.
1931 Mar. 31
Everett, F. P.
New York (N.Y.) - A prospectus of Everett's book, "Vocational Opportunities for the Negro"
1924 Apr. 13
Spingarn, Joel Elias, 1875-1939
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing the comprehensive proceedings of the dinner given in the doctor's honor on April 13 at the Café Savarin, and chaired by Joel E. Spingarn, including a list of the extensive members of the according dinner committee, menu, poems and tributes by various luminaries, and charcoal sketch by H. J. Turner See also mums312-b158-i272 through i274.
1952 May 17
New England Citizens Concerned for Peace (Roxbury, Mass.)
Roxbury (Mass.) - Describing and outlining the prospective proceedings of the group's May 17 meeting, featuring speakers W. E. B. Du Bois, Henry Cadbury, Russ Nixon, and Jerome Davis.
1948 Dec. 1
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born
Chicago (Ill.) - Describing the Committee's 15th anniversary conference to be held in Chicago on December 11 and 12, 1948; outlining its objectives; listing (partially) its sponsors (W. E. B. Du Bois among them); and describing its tentative schedule.