1933 Jan. 24
New York (N.Y.) - Signed W. W. Rourk; describing the details of a new plan whose slogan is "Self-Help or No-Help" and the concomitant establishment of Relief Committees; enclosing a roster of directors and list of invitees; seeking the participation of "real, thinking men, who are also real race-men" and hoping for Du Bois's contribution.
1943 Mar. 27
March on Washington Movement
New York (N.Y.) - Signed A. Philip Randolph, National Director; describing and enclosing a telegram threatening to picket the War Manpower Commission unless something is done "in the next week or ten days... to advance the well-being of the Negro and make FEPC increasingly effective, and urging him to sign in solidarity.
1919 May 5
New York (N.Y.) - For use in the forthcoming education-themed edition of the "Crisis," requesting that recipients submit the "names and addresses of any persons of Negro descent in your institution" who have received advanced degrees.
1954 Jan. 20
Pittsburg Courier Publishing Co.
New York (N.Y.) - Signed George S. Schuyler, New York Editor; enclosing a clipping describing the unfair trials of Privates Calvin Dennis and Herman Dennis, and Sargeant Robert Burns, and urging readers and recipients to write letters of protest "IMMEDIATELY" to President Eisenhower.
1929 May 25
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Asking a series of six questions on the African American enrollment at various educational institutions; the degrees to be conferred thereto; the name and address of particularly accomplished students; inter-collegiate debates hosted by the institution; and the "most significant event" in its history.
1924 May 5
New York (N.Y.) - Describing the goals and scope of the magazine's forthcoming Education number and requesting for that purpose that recipients relay facts concerning enrolment and graduation statistics on African American students in the U.S.
1924 May 5
New York (N.Y.) - A fragment of the circular (see mums312-b168-i358) seeking data for the "Crisis"'s upcoming Education number.
1919 May 5
New York (N.Y.) - For use in the forthcoming education-themed edition of the "Crisis," requesting that recipients submit various facts and figures concerning the conferral of high school, bachelors, and advanced degrees to African American students.
1928 Aug. 10
Who's who in Colored America
New York (N.Y.) - From editorial department. Signature probably that of Joseph J. Boris. Concerns history of "Who's Who in Colored America" including financial situation, business matters, markets for publication. Seeks reconciliation.