1905 Jan. 21
Crook James W. (James Walter) 1859-1933
Amherst (Mass.) - Crook writes after meeting Du Bois in Berlin, Germany through Knowlton, a mutual friend, to request assistance with a sociological study at Amherst College about the local negro population. Du Bois's draft for reply recommends sources for future research and warns Crook of the difficulty in getting survey responses.
1905 Apr. 3
Worcester (Mass.) - Alvin Borgquist, a graduate student at Clark University, requests information for a study on crying as an expression of emotions, asking "Whether the Negro sheds tears, and if so, under what general conditions."
1908 Oct. 10
Stone, Alfred Holt, 1870-1955
Washington (D.C.) - Providing positive feedback on the study of economic cooperation for the Carnegie Institute from Carrol D. Wright and others; encloses compensation for printing costs.
Sponsors' Committee for the Publication of The American Aristotle
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning an invitation to subscribe to the publication of "The American Aristotle; The Life and Works of Lester F. Ward" by Samuel Chugerman.