1941 Apr. 6
Bell, Pearl T.
Newark (N.J.) - Describing the educational paths of her children, and mentioning an exhibit of "Negro Art and Literature," at the Newark Public Library and asking if he would be willing to be a speaker for the event.
Greene, Beverly F.
Urbana (Ill.) - Writer is student at University of Illinois involved in new student organization, Cenacle, which nurtures and promotes "Negro arts and letters" on the campus including to white audiences. Describes some programs and plans as well as general attitudes toward African Americans among the university community. Seeks advice and contribution of item(s) to forthcoming exhibit.
1926 Apr. 19
Gonsalves, Noel J. L.
Lexington (Va.) - Concerning the formation of a Krigwa band in Lexington, Virginia. Written on letterhead of the First Baptist Church.
1926 Mar. 27
Manderfeld, Josie I.
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning material on African and African American art for a term paper.
1951 June 7
Committee for the Negro in the Arts
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Ed Strickland for the Exhibition Committee; inviting him to the opening of an impending exhibition, as his "presence and support... will lend encouragement to the artists and help to extend the recognition of our work throughout the community."
1928 July 24
Reid, O. Richard (Oliver Richard), 1898-
New York (N.Y.) - Congratulating him on a recent "Crisis" cover featuring Hale Woodruff's work, and commenting on the perceived merits thereof; comparing the value and daring of graphic arts realized by the two races; and relaying various anecdotes on the qualities and social aspects of "Negro art."