1961 Aug. 12
Partington, Paul G.
Whittier (Calif.) - Regarding his research on "The Moon" and the history of Du Bois's publications (see mums312-b154-i095 and onwards), hoping to arrange an appointment with him in New York within the next 2 weeks and briefly noting the status of his vast microfilming of Du Bois's publications.
Typed draft of unpublished article concerning Du Bois as the American Labor Party candidate for the U. S. Senate; discusses his political and social views.
1924 Apr. 13
Spingarn, Joel Elias, 1875-1939
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing the comprehensive proceedings of the dinner given in the doctor's honor on April 13 at the Café Savarin, and chaired by Joel E. Spingarn, including a list of the extensive members of the according dinner committee, menu, poems and tributes by various luminaries, and charcoal sketch by H. J. Turner See also mums312-b158-i272 through i274.
1961 Sept. 21
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Joseph Felshin; requesting that he send 2 copies of "Mansart Builds a School" and "Worlds of Color" to Mrs. W. R. Banks of Prairie View, Tex., billing same to his account.
1943 Mar. 17
Smith, Luther Henry
Des Moines (Iowa) - Wishing Du Bois a happy birthday, and mentioning his admiration for the book, "The Negro."
1935 Oct. 5
New York (N.Y.) - Signed by secretary; confirming receipt of his October 3 letter to Arthur Spingarn and assuring it will be answered promptly upon his return from abroad, on or around October 18.
1926 July 10
Singleton, George A.
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning appreciation for recent address in Chicago and money for an autographed copy of "The Quest of the Silver Fleece.