1903 May 9
Tuskegee (Ala.) - Bruce, Director of the Academic Department of the Tuskegee Institute, offers to pay Du Bois's expenses from New York to the Summer School program.
1908 June 10
Montgomery (Ala.) - Description of McCall's various proposals and ideas for the independence of the colored people of Alabama with emphasis on the conditions of Montgomery and Lowndes County. Refers to a story about George Washington's fighting strategy. Proposes a secret society to include Du Bois, Dr. Kelly Miller, Prof. R.C. Bruce and Prof. William Pickens. Describes proposals of Dr. Booker T. Washington. Page... more
Document contains typescripts of letters regarding the Washington production of the pageant, "Star of Ethiopia"; letters separated by the headings, "from the White citizens of Washington" and "from the colored". Correspondents include Board of Education members, a school superintendent, secretaries, a principal and a Bishop.
1919 July 21
Bruce, Roscoe Conkling, 1879-1950
Washington (D.C.) - Regarding a letter from Winslow unreturned by the Secretary of War and securing the Secretary's files for E. C. Letter marked as personal, recipient assumed to be E. C. Williams, Howard University librarian. Typewritten on stationery from the Public Schools of the District of Columbia. Signed by R. C., Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools. Stamped by Du Bois to be filed with 1922. Item p... more
Public Schools of the District of Columbia
Washington (D.C.) - Concerning a request for a statement of qualifications.