1932 Dec. 6
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning rules for nominating individuals to the Spingarn Medal.
1941 Oct. 2
Chicago (Ill.) - Thanking them for the "somewhat confusing" account of the Board's recent actions (relayed in mums312-b096-i378) and responding in detail to the assertions therein, regarding the celebration of William Pickens's 60th birthday, general negligence in correspondence, the administration of the Spingarn Medal, among other issues.
New York (N.Y.) - Note presenting the 1931 Spingarn Medal to Robert Russa Moton "for his thoughtful leadership of conservative opinion and action on the Negro in the United States" and briefly describing related accomplishments; edited in presumably Du Bois' pencilled hand.