1947 Dec. 31
A. A. Wynn Publishers (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Signed Bernard B. Perry; addressed to Walter White; proposing remunerative and technical terms of his offer to publish a book-bound edition of "An Appeal to the World," the NAACP's petition to the United Nations.
1924 Aug. 25
Abington, Charles W.
Dallas (Tex.) - Noting a failure in communication with respect to the "Crisis"'s earlier request for photos of the St. James A.M.E. Temple and factory; and enclosing literature and brochures thereon.
1933 July 29
Abplanalp, Henry W.
Cincinnati (Ohio) - Seeking assistance collecting data on "the control of the Negro group by the white group in the United States," for the preparation of his Master's dissertation; requesting also information on NAACP membership, as well as a copy of "Thirty Years of Lynching" and "any statistics... to supplement this work other than those published in the Negro Year Book."
2016 Dec. 2
Pittsfield, Mass. - Interview with Churchill Cotton of the Berkshire Chapter, NAACP. Magdalene (Maggie) born in Dadeville, Alabama, Dec. 2, 1931, raised in Dadeville, while in high school began to visit Great Barrington, Mass., on school trip with her teacher. She moved to Pittsfield, Mass., after her third year of college (AAMU, Normal, Alabama), often sending money back to the family. Sh... more
1926 Nov. 10
Adams, Mary A. (Mary Alice), b. 1899
Northampton (Mass.) - Addressed to Augustus Dill; seeking suggestions on materials to consult for the paper on "Causes for Racial Prejudice" she is writing for her Smith College class taught by Ralph Harlow.
1914 Nov. 30
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935
Chicago (Ill.) - Noting how "out of touch" she feels with the N.A.A.C.P., on account of having missed so many meetings; and reflecting soberly on Kennaday's recent proposal to abolish the Association's Executive Committee (mums312-b162-i324).