1939 Jan. 24
Atlanta (Ga.) - Ira De A. Reid informs Du Bois that he is going to suggest to the Sociology Department that Miss Ruth Graham and Miss Alberta Callaway continue as work students, and hopes that Miss Diggs will supervise them while he is gone.
Atlanta University . Committee on Expansion and Collaboration of Departments
Atlanta (Ga.) - Bacote requests answers to provided topics for a report to be created by the Committee on Expansion and Collaboration of Departments.
1939 Jan. 9
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Du Bois tells Strong that the department has approved the decision of allowing graduate students to take a Social Psychology course at Morehouse College.
1939 Nov. 7
Brown, Anna Vivian
Keystone (W. Va.) - Requesting that Du Bois assist a friend, Mr. Headrick, with any questions he might have when writing his Sociology thesis on "the premise that in society 'class begets class."
1937 Feb. 20
Nashville (Tenn.) - Signed Charles S. Johnson, Director; expressing his interest in Du Bois's idea to found a "journal devoted to materials in the social science field dealing with the Negro" (see mums312-b082-i137) and offering to discuss the matter further in person.
1939 Jan. 24
Atlanta (Ga.) - Ira De A. Reid informs Du Bois of departmental issues that will have to be addressed while Reid is away, including the matter of Ruth Graham and Daisy Anita Adams being permitted to take a course at Morris Brown, and the theses of Ruth Graham, Miss Calloway, Harvey E. Johnson, Annie Mae Martin, Mr. Pierro, Mr. Haynes, Roscoe Johnson, Olga Williams, and C. D. Hamilton.
1937 Mar. 9
Nashville (Tenn.) - Signed Charles S. Johnson, Director; confirming the dates of their early April conference on the proposed "Journal of Negro Sociology" and suggesting that in the course of its planning they consult "some of the materials and documents in the social science field assembled here."