1927 Aug. 16
Rand McNally and Company
Chicago (Ill.) - Billing him $17.50 for one Stanford map of Africa, with standard mounting.
1923 Feb. 5
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning the arrangements for Du Bois to lecture while in Chicago and the engagement Lewis has arranged through Mrs. Rosenfels and Mrs. Whitman. Lewis also suggests that Du Bois could address an assembly of students of Wendell Phillips High School.
1923 Jan. 27
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning the arrangements for Du Bois to lecture while in Chicago. Lewis has received the telegram regarding Mrs. R. B. Herring. Lewis does not have any definite developments from Mrs. Irvin Rosenfels, Mrs. Jas. F. Porter and Miss Mary McDowell.
1929 Nov. 18
Turner, A. L.
Chicago (Ill.) - Addressed to Robert Bagnall; commenting on his recent address in Chicago and Turner's own discussion thereof with Thomas W. Mosely, who in turn offered to help distribute the "Crisis" in the Birmingham area, and furnishing the volunteer's address.
1919 Mar. 14
Patterson, Adam E.
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning rape cases amongst the 92nd Division of the United States Army and the associated penalties.
1928 Jan. 17
Alpha Culture Club
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Ola Calhoun Moorehead, President; enclosing an account of Countee Cullen's recent visit to Chicago, for possible feature in the "Crisis."
1948 Mar. 1
American Friends Service Committee
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Truman Kirkpatrick, Area Director; addressed to Walter White; seeking his advice and counsel on the arrangement of speakers "of a minority race" to address the June 18-27 "Institute of International Relations." See mums312-b117-i090 for W. E. B. Du Bois's reply.