1932 Mar. 21
New York (N.Y.) - Signed by secretary; addressed to Edwin R. Embree; confirming receipt of his letter of March 18, relaying it has been duly forwarded to W. E. B. Du bois at Atlanta University, and assuring he will be glad to see its contents.
1936 Apr. 28
Julius Rosenwald Fund
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Edwin R. Embree; thanking him for his letter and enclosures of April 22 (mums312-b079-i190) and assuring that the "whole matter of cooperatives among Negroes" is being borne in mind: "we are consulting Mr. Tage Palm about ways in which we could be most helpful."
1936 Apr. 22
Matney, William C.
Bluefield (W. Va.) - Addressed to Edwin R. Embree; enclosing a set of letters evidencing widespread interest in "consumers' co-operation among Negroes and whites"; suggesting the formal organization of such a society and noting W. E. B. Du Bois's idea of such a notion; and hoping that the Fund "may undertake some phase of the Co-operative program."
1935 Jan. 2
DuBois, Rachel Davis
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Edwin Embree; describing recent troubles securing the financial support of other cultural institutions and foundations, and inquiring if it would be possible for the Rosenwald Fund "to grant us three thousand dollars to finish our programs in the fifteen schools and to publish our report."
1934 Jan. 10
Embree, Edwin R. (Edwin Rogers), 1883-1950
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerns recommendation of the City-Wide Young People's Forum in Baltimore. Probably to W. E. B. Du Bois.