1899 Jan. 14
Lyman, Benjamin Smith, 1835-1920
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Lyman acknowledges receipt of the copy of Davis's "Physical Geography." He praises the quality of the book, noting its excellent illustrations. He has successfully urged one of the local libraries to purchase it and hopes to do so at a few other libraries and to a few schools.
1930 Mar. 26
Ginn and Company
Boston (Mass.) - Addressed to Roscoe Conkling Bruce; Signed C. H. Thurber. Relating that Bruce's correspondence has been forwarded to the New York office; and regarding the issue of capitalizing the word "Negro," asserting that in the past there may be been times wherein "by accident the word... [was] printed with a small n," but declaring that "we are not particularly interested in the... more
1923 Mar. 10
New York (N.Y.) - Writing in Du Bois's absence, acknowledging receipt of Mr. Hughan's letter and the souvenir program of the celebration of the centennial of the founding of Liberia and that the letter and program will be brought to Dr. Du Bois's and Miss Fauset's attention when they return to the office.