1890 May 6
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Cambridge (Mass.) - Du Bois writes to Hayes concerning Negro higher education.
Nashville (Tenn.) - Program for Fisk University 1898 General Anniversary events; includes the Senior Preparatory Exhibition, Graduating Exercises of the Musical Department, Anniversary of Alumni Associations, Graduating Exercises of the Normal Department and the Thirty-Third Annual Commencement with the main address, "Careers Open to Young Negroes" by Professor W. E. B. Du Bois. Events span from Friday June 10th 1898 to... more
American Negro Academy
Program of the third annual meeting of the American Negro Academy held at the Lincoln Memorial Church in Washington, D.C. Wednesday and Thursday December 27 and 28 1899. Participants include W. S. Scarborough, Peter H. Clark, W. E. B. Du Bois, Rev. Levi J. Coppin, W. T. S. Jackson, Archibald H. Grimke. There is writing on the back of the card.
1902 Oct. 14
Thirkield, W. P. (Wilbur Patterson), 1854-1936
Cincinnati (Ohio) - Commenting on Du Bois's recent article in the Atlantic Monthly magazine, "The Education of the Black Man". Written on stationery of the Freeman's Aid and Southern Education Society, of which Thirkield is corresponding secretary. Includes Du Bois's note for reply.
1902 Oct. 14
Tennessee . Dept. of Public Instruction
Nashville (Tenn.) - Replying to a request Du Bois made of Superintendent Morgan C. Fitzpatrick regarding normal school instruction for kindergarten work.
1904 Apr. 20
Boardman, Samuel Ward, 1830-1917
Bloomfield (N.J.) - Maryville Collge president Samuel Boardman reacting to Dubois's "Talented Tenth" article. Discusses contemporary race issues. Pamphlet from college establishing equal opportunity admission policy. Handwritten note from Boardman on cover.