1948 Feb. 5
Committee for the Negro in the Arts
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Walter Christmas, Acting Secretary, Literature Division; inviting him "and a small group of people from the literary field" to a February 11 meeting on the current situation of the Schomburg Collection, in the wake of L. D. Reddick's resignation.
1950 Dec. 6
Atlanta University . School of Library and Information Studies
Atlanta (Ga.) - Signed Virginia Lacy Jones, Director; on behalf of one of her master's students, asking a series of questions on "the development of public library service to Negroes in Atlanta" and seeking reference to any useful bibliographic resource thereon.
1936 Feb. 29
New York (N.Y.) - Regretting "having to bother [him] again" with queries on the bibliography she is compiling for the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project, and commenting on the nature and result of his recent interview with librarian Hirsch.
1936 Mar. 31
New York (N.Y.) - Responding to his query regarding educated West Indians who might be disposed to help formulate a list of West Indian subjects to be treated in the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" (mums312-b079-i082), and, as requested in that same letter, providing an update on the status of her process on the project.
1936 Feb. 19
New York (N.Y.) - Thanking him for his recent letter describing his meeting with Dr. Hauser (mums312-b079-i077); reporting on her work on the Encyclopedia and the bibliographical compilation she is working on for said purpose and asking several questions thereon; and wishing him a happy birthday.
1932 Sept. 7
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) - Per his request (mums312-b191-i284) enclosing a photo of herself for print in the "Crisis" and commenting on his recent article therein on African American staff members at the New York Public Library 135th St. branch.
1936 May 9
New York (N.Y.) - Apologizing for her late reply to his inquiries regarding Herman P. Osborne (see mums312-b079-i086, i087) and reporting on said individual's potential usefulness in the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project; describing her hectic schedule of late and overall overwhelmed sensation; expressing distress at the segregated A.L.A. conference planned for Richmond the following w... more