1947 Jan. 25
Caudle, Theron Lamar
Washington (D.C.) - Copy of U.S. Assistant Attorney General Caudle's speech on civil rights, given at the Legal Conference on Federal Power at Howard University, sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild, Bar Association, and NAACP.
1947 Jan. 25
National Lawyers Guild
Washington (D.C.) - Describing the purposes and proceedings of the "Legal Conference on Federal Power to Protect Civil Rights," hosted by the Guild, the Bar Association, and the NAACP, and featuring an address by W. E. B. Du Bois on "Civil Rights Legislation -- Before and After the 14th amendment"; citing passages of the U.S. Constitution; and including a detachable RSVP form.
1919 Oct. 20
Washington (D.C.) - Per his request (mums312-b165-i284), noting that official papers on his war experience are located in Cincinnati, and pledging to write up a summary of his experience with the A.E.F. "if I can find time to do so."
1919 Oct. 1
Lewis, Hettie B.
Washington (D.C.) - Per his query in the October "Crisis" for "incidents or documents showing discipline and morale of colored troops," enclosing a letter on same from the War Dept and hoping he is able to make use of it.
1919 Aug. 3
York, William H.
Washington (D.C.) - Suggesting a "more rigorous policy regarding Africa" and responding to his comments thereon in the May "Crisis"; relaying his ideas on the public administrations of Liberia and other territories; suggesting that widespread travels to Africa would give educated men "the vision they need"; describing his being "for" that continent and explaining said position; and outlini... more
1924 Sept. 2
Dabney, Thomas L.
Washington (D.C.) - Commending him on his "splendid" editorial in the "Crisis" on "the N.A.A.C.P. and Parties" and reflecting on his take thereon; deeming Du Bois "the only Negro of my acquaintance ... who has a cosmopolitan view of life"; and noting he is widely supported in his view "regarding politics and the Negro."
1923 Mar. 10
Washington (D.C.) - Keenly aware of his interest in tracking the achievements of African American students in higher education, describing the performance of her daughter Elizabeth at Wellesley College and hoping he can feature her accomplishments in the "Crisis" (see mums312-b168-i018 through i023 for fulfillment).
1926 Jan. 26
Stokes, Anson Phelps, 1874-1958
Washington (D.C.) - Describing concerns regarding Mr. Sibley's "attitude towards colored teachers" and seeking Moton's own assessment thereof. For Moton's reply, see mums312-b034-i550.