1945 May 3
Chicago (Ill.) - Asking Du Bois to write fifty words on the victory in Europe for the Chicago Defender's special V E Day edition. Second page contains handwritten notes.
1942 Oct. 27
Du Bois, Nina
Baltimore (Md.) - Describing the difficulty in cutting food expenses to $60 per month; explains the high food price due to the war and hopes that "it will be better when they start the rationing." Notes that she "can't get coffee for love or money."
1941 Nov. 12
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Washington (D.C.) - Explaining that although many people and groups have changed their policies during the war, their group still has the same agenda against war and for methods of peaceful change, and asking if they may still list his name as a member of their organization.
1945 Aug. 3
Graves, Anna Melissa, 1875-1964
Westminster (Md.) - Acknowledging receipt of his latest book; refraining from sharing her thoughts thereon before she is finished with it; commenting on the destruction rendered by the U.S. Army in the Second World War, and deeming the country's "thumbs-downism" as "the most horrible thing which has happened in this war"; remarking on the role of colonialism in its onset; and anxiously see... more
1945 May 3
Chicago (Ill.) - Asking Du Bois to rush his column for the Chicago Defender's special V E Day edition. Second page contains handwritten notes.
1948 May 11
Smythe, Hugh H. (Hugh Heyne), 1913-1977
New York (N.Y.) - Mentioning that they received the recent letter with the enclosed leaflet, "Fact Sheet on Genocide," and that they would like to distribute more copies of the leaflet. Second page contains letter from the World Federation of United Nations Associations.