International Institute for Peace
Vienna (Austria) - Reprinting replies received by various European countries, the U.S., Canada, Libya, Poland, Lebanon, Czechoslovakia, Morocco, Sudan, and Australia, to 2 questions regarding (1) expectations for the Summit Conference, and (2) ideas for securing lasting worldwide peace and universal disarmament.
Who's who in Colored America
New York (N.Y.) - Blank form for biographical information to be filled in by individuals included in 1928 edition. On reverse are affixed two clippings, possibly taken from a previous edition: a photograph and biography of Fritz Cansler.
1961 May 8
Moscow (Russia) - Posing a series of questions in advance of the July 25 World Youth Forum on the younger generation's perceptions of and attitudes towards the major problems of the day.
1941 Apr. 10
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Question-free answers to Mays's questionnaire on religion, for use in a seminar he is conducting on that subject.
Grobe, Jeanine, 1957-
Questions with corresponding answers compiled for inclusion in Grobe's anthology under the heading "What Works For Us." Concerning resources, personal experiences and advice for fellow female victims of the mental health system.
Washington Network for Alternatives to Psychiatric Dependency
Washington (D.C.) - Blank questionnaire asking about aspects of the group including the name, how meetings are conducted and whether people feel they are getting support from the group, and logistical questions about where meetings should be held and transportation issues.
1929 Nov. 27
World Unity Magazine
New York (N.Y.) - Questionnaire seeking ten major agents of world peace; listing New York address of World Unity Magazine, and what may be W. E. B. Du Bois' typed responses (followed by a pencilled "10 names"): "Gandhi, Tagore, John Haynes Holmes, Jane Adams, Ramsay MacDonald, Romain Rolland, Bernard Shaw, Herbert Hoover, Dantes Bellegarde, and Julius Rosenwald."