1914 June 12
Waters, James C.
Washington (D.C.) - Copy of letter sent to Du Bois by May C. Nerney concerning correspondence between James C. Waters, the Office of Indian Affairs, Julia C. Lathrop of the Children's Bureau and the Governor of Oklahoma regarding the case of Sarah Rector. Contains a brief memo to Du Bois from Nerney.
1947 Jan. 22
Washington (D.C.) - Enclosing statistical data extracted from the Census Bureau on life expectancy, farm tenancy, education, and employment, as well as a short memo on federal employment, "which I feel is important in this whole thing" (his chapter on racial discrimination for the Association's U.N. petition) and bidding he get in touch if he requires any more information.
1948 Oct. 8
Callis, Henry A. (Henry Arthur), 1887-1974
Washington (D.C.) - Pledging his and Myra Colson Callis's "whole-hearted support" in the ongoing saga between him and the NAACP with respect to his political leanings, and conceding that "one cannot carry our State Department on one shoulder and the cause of oppressed peoples on the other."
1948 Oct. 5
Houston, Charles Hamilton, 1895-1950
Washington (D.C.) - Enclosing a clipping from that week's "Afro-American" concerning Du Bois and Walter White and noting that "any errors or inaccuracies are from the head, not the heart."
1930 May 11
Washington (D.C.) - Congratulating them on the "fine work" carried out in Ohio and Kansas regarding congressional campaigns and other political activities, and wishing them success in their further efforts. Typed on official company notepaper.