1947 Oct. 13
Liberia . Delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Manda A. Morris (?), Delegation Secretary; regretting they cannot answer his query of October 10 (mums312-b114-i166) and referring him thereon to the Acting Secretary of the Treasury at Monrovia (see mums312-b114-i168 for follow-up).
1940 July 16
Monrovia (Liberia) - Signed Emmett Harmon; at the request of Lester A. Walton, enclosing copies of the country's 1938-39 "Statistical Reports on Trade and Shipping."
1923 Jan. 15
Stemons, James Samuel, b. 1870
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Concerning the proposed loan by the United States to Liberia and potential support from the National Association. Typewritten on stationery from the Whirligig Manufacturing Company.
1945 July 18
Graves, Anna Melissa, 1875-1964
Westminster (Md.) - Anxiously awaiting his new book on colonialism and bidding he send it soon; regarding reviews of her last book, "Both Deeper Than and Above the Melee"; and describing correspondence recently received from a French friend describing destruction there and in Damascus.
1947 Oct. 10
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to William E. Dennis; requesting documents evidencing the effects of the Firestone Company on Liberian economic conditions.
1922 Apr. 8
Liberian Relief Association
Seattle (Wash.) - Concerning the offer to sell stocks in the Bank of Liberia in the United States; requests Du Bois's opinion on the situation and details the establishment of the Bank of Liberia, Ltd. and formation of the Liberian American Trading Company. Encloses copy of Power of Attorney statement sent to United States Government. Typewritten on stationery from the Headquarters of the Liberian Relief Association, s... more
1932 Jan. 27
Schuyler, George S. (George Samuel), 1895-1977
New York (N.Y.) - Commenting at length on Du Bois's review of his novel "Slaves Today" as printed in the February "Crisis" and describing his thoughts on labor conditions in Liberia; the true cause of the natives' plight; and the blame to be placed on them for their compliance with wrongdoing.
1925 Aug. 27
Webb, Joseph E.
Fortsville (Liberia) - Requesting information on the Pan African Movement to share with people in Liberia. Signed by Joseph E. Webb, Missionary of the Foreign Mission, Board of the National Baptist Convention, writing from the Bible Industrial Mission at Forts Ville, Grand Bassa County.