1952 June 10
Colton (Calif.) - Describing the facets (and limits) of her political activism; commenting on the pamphlet "Peace is Dangerous"; and pledging total solidarity and steadfast commitment to her and Du Bois's common causes.
World Peace Congress
Paris (France) - Providing the general rules governing the award of the International Peace Prizes
1951 Oct. 31
Cerney, Isobel M.
Menlo Park (Calif.) - Describing her current study of "the history of the resistance of large numbers of the American people to unjust wars"; enclosing under separate cover some materials printed by the Palo Alto Peace Club; and requesting that he kindly answer two questions on peace movements earlier launched in American history.
1951 July 22
Byron (Ill.) - Describing his own peace work and acquaintance with various leaders of the movement; relaying his findings on the progressive movement and its principal constituencies; and applauding the Committee's work, publications, and functions.
1936 May 15
Emergency Peace Campaign (U.S.)
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Concerns first series of peace meetings and plans for the next series, and call for a series of "covenant services." Requests Du Bois to sign on as a sponsor.
1951 Feb. 23
Regina Peace Council (Regina, Sask.)
Regina (Sask.) - Signed S. H. Morrison, President; relaying the Council's commitment to fight against his recent indictment and seeking advice "as to what we should do."