1952 Feb. 3
Scott, Clarence W.
Chicago (Ill.) - Congratulating him on his "march to a better tomorrow"; suggesting "Negroes must do some thinking along lines that were not absorbed in the classroom" and elaborating on said recommendation; and pledging to write "on another sheet" about his conclusions "from more than 15 years of historical research" on like matters.
1944 Oct. 24
Capital Times (Madison, Wis.)
Madison (Wis.) - Describing recent protests at the University of Wisconsin occasioned by Arthur Burke's dismissal from the University club, and responding to years of housing discrimination at the institution.
1948 Aug. 19
International Workers Order
New York (N.Y.) - Describing the Order's and the NAACP's cooperation to facilitate the education and care of the Ingram children (see mums312-b119-i087, i088 for details); noting funds so far raised and community actions so far taken; and relaying the current status of the boys' well-being.
1908 Apr. 7
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - A fairy tale written to the school children of Indianapolis Public School 26, encouraging the children to work hard for social change.
1956 July 7
Nation Associates (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Featuring articles on the end of Jim Crow, "Civil-Rights Football," "Politics and the Negro," "the New Negro," by E. Franklin Frazier, as well as book reviews, editorials, and a crossword puzzle.