Four pages (271 to 274) of biographical sketches, with entries organized alphabetically by last name, from Drummond to Dukes. Includes entry on Du Bois.
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers
1910 Mar. 7
Boston (Mass.) - Editorial titled "Du Bois and Washington" regarding the two figures political standpoints.
Includes a variety of newspaper clippings about President Harding's speech in Alabama, South Africa, Marcus Garvey, the Negro World, and other topics. Clippings provided by Henry Romeike clipping service.
New Times and Ethiopia News
Kenya - Discussing the "state of emergency" in Kenya and the despatch of British troops to Kenya.
1928 Feb. 9
Hartford (Conn.) - Concerning an insinuation by the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America that there have been lynchings in Connecticut.
Belgium - Regarding the Colonial Congress in Belgium. Section on Paul Panda highlighted.
United States - About two characters talking about the treatment of people based on color. Clipped from The Crisis.
1983 July 18
Brown, Paul B.
Article from Forbes Magazine on Pierson "Sandy" M. Grieve of Economics Laboratory.
Mark H. McCormack Papers
Virgin Islands Home Journal
Virgin Islands - Two clippings sent by Harry Dreis and wife on Du Bois's visit to St. Croix, V.I, and J. Robert Oppenheimer's return to his island home in Saint John for a short vacation.
1932 Mar. 5
New York World-Telegram
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning cuts to the budget of Howard University.