1914 Nov. 30
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935
Chicago (Ill.) - Noting how "out of touch" she feels with the N.A.A.C.P., on account of having missed so many meetings; and reflecting soberly on Kennaday's recent proposal to abolish the Association's Executive Committee (mums312-b162-i324).
1918 July 6
Bentley, Charles Edwin, 1859-1929
Chicago (Ill.) - Supporting Du Bois to work with the Military Intelligence Bureau during the war while maintaining work with the Crisis magazine for the NAACP.
1919 Mar. 14
Patterson, Adam E.
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning rape cases amongst the 92nd Division of the United States Army and the associated penalties.
1919 July 19
Smith, D. C.
Chicago (Ill.) - Warning him he (Du Bois) may be called upon to write a recommendation for him (Smith) and taking the opportunity also to inquire into the whereabouts of the last two numbers of the "Crisis," and to confirm the status of his subscription.
1919 Oct. 21
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . Chicago Branch
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed A. Clement MacNeal; enclosing a letter from Cora Shelton of Tiptonville, and requesting that he duly answer same.
1920 Nov. 15
Bush-Banks, Olivia Ward, b. 1869
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning the creation of a motto based upon his "Credo'" for use in the educational activities of the Branch. Regarding her appointment and work as the temporary Executive Secretary of the Chicago Branch of the N.A.A.C.P.