1946 Sept. 12
Washington (D.C.) - Commenting further on his proposed NAACP petition to the United Nations and providing a revised outline thereof; and noting that his column in that week's "Chicago Defender" "was a peach."
1947 Sept. 18
Washington (D.C.) - Pointing out various "important" typographical errors found in the NAACP's petition to the United Nations and noting that apart from those corrections "my section appears to be all right."
1947 Jan. 7
Washington (D.C.) - Calling his attention to "what I consider to be an important omission" in the Association's petition to the United Nations and suggesting that various "sociological data" be set forth therein, in the areas of employment, education, housing, and health.
1947 Oct. 27
Washington (D.C.) - On behalf of the Washington Bureau, requesting twelve copies of the recently-submitted NAACP petition to the United Nations, "as we have had many requests from various organizations and interested persons" in said document.
1947 Nov. 11
Washington (D.C.) - Thanking him for his departmental report for October and congratulating him on his influential and successful work "in focusing international attention upon the so-called race question."
1947 Mar. 21
Washington (D.C.) - Noting that he is till working on his contribution to the NAACP's petition to the United Nations and regretting that it will run "considerably" beyond the 20 pages originally allotted by W. E. B. Du Bois; hoping to have it finished by that weekend, and to send it over soon thereafter.
1947 Oct. 31
Griffin, N. W.
Washington (D.C.) - Thanking him for sending (and writing!) the final draft of the NAACP's petition to the United Nations; describing numerous requests by other organizations therefor, and so requesting to be sent "at least a dozen copies" to satisfy them.
1947 Feb. 10
Washington (D.C.) - Warning that his chapter for the NAACP's petition to the United Nations will be late; "I've been tied up with testimony before Senate Committee on anti-filibuster and rent control bills." Clementine Hercules notes Du Bois is out of town on lecture tour and suggests he retain the chapter for now, and send it with the revised edition (see mums312-b115-i003 for elaboration... more