1945 Apr. 16
National Council of Negro Women
Washington (D.C.) - Sent by Mary McLeod Bethune; addressed to Walter White; expressing the Council's endorsement of the NAACP and Council of African Affairs, and thanking White for representing said tenets at the upcoming United Nations meeting in San Francisco.
1929 Nov. 22
Calloway, Thomas J.
Washington (D.C.) - Noting that his report from Johns Hopkins Hospital is "not so serious" and pledging to elaborate in full in a letter the following week (i.e., in mums312-b182-i640).
1919 May 1
United States . Dept. of Labor
Washington (D.C.) - Sent by Private Secretary Hugh Reid for Mr. Post; regretting he has not been able to get any information on the decision recently taken by the Post Office and offering to help him arrange a hearing in D.C.
1929 May 25
Johnson, Mordecai W. (Mordecai Wyatt), 1890-1976
Washington (D.C.) - Thanking him for his congratulations (mums312-b182-i254) and pledging to promptly send a photo of himself and his newly conferred Spingarn Medal, for eventual reproduction in the "Crisis."
1945 Apr. 12
United States . Dept. of State
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Edward R. Stettinius, Secretary of State; addressed to George E. C. Hayes at the Boston Branch of the NAACP; gladly agreeing to allow the Association to appoint a representative to attend the San Francisco United Nations Conference, and bidding they make their selection known to Public Liaisons manager Francis H. Russell.
1945 Apr. 16
National Negro Health Movement
Washington (D.C.) - Sent by Valerie Bush, Secretary; addressed to Walter White; acknowledging the Association's recent telegram in preparation for the United Nations Conference (mums312-b107-i226) and pledging to bring it to the attention of currently out-of-the-office president P. B. Cornely.
1928 Jan. 13
Dunbar High School (Washington, D.C.)
Washington (D.C.) - Sent by Anna J. Cooper; clarifying that Aubrey Gordon, not Aubrey Morton, appears in a certain school production cited in the "Crisis."