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.
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.
1939 Feb. 4
Atlanta (Ga.) - Rufus E. Clement tells Du Bois that arrangements have been made for the location of the Seminar in Sociology.
1939 Jan. 10
Atlanta (Ga.) - Rufus E. Clement writes that he does not think that a class in Social Psychology at Morehouse College should be offered to graduate students unless the Sociology Department recommends that it should be.
1939 Jan. 19
Atlanta (Ga.) - Ira De A. Reid informs Du Bois that Mrs. Lula Weeden has completed the required amount of semester hours for her undergraduate degree, and he suggest that the Sociology Department should wave further requirements and allow Weeden to begin working towards her master's degree.
1939 Mar. 20
Atlanta (Ga.) - Rufus E. Clement asks Du Bois to provide a copy of his report on work completed by the Sociology Department during the present school year.
1939 Nov. 21
Atlanta (Ga.) - John P. Whittaker asks Du Bois to respond to an enclosed letter.
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 Feb. 14
Bell, La Treece
Vernon (Tex.) - Bell, a high school student, writes that her Sociology class has just finished a unit on the "American Negro," and will soon be visiting the "colored school." The class will be presenting the school with a framed portrait of Abraham Lincoln, and Bell asks Du Bois if he could send a large photograph of himself, to be presented with the Lincoln portrait.
1936 Feb. 13
Bernard, L. L. (Luther Lee), 1881-1951
St. Louis (Mo.) - Concerning a request for information on the Atlanta Sociology Department for an article on "the condition of Sociology in the U.S. during 1935" for the American Sociological Society.