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1931 Jan. 15

Foreign Policy Association

Letter from Foreign Policy Association to W. E. B. Du Bois

New York (N.Y.) - Signed Raymond L. Buell; enclosing an article by Buell and published in "Christian Science Monitor" concerning the United States' involvement in "the social reconstruction of Liberia," and requesting Du Bois' comments on the matter and/or the feasibility of the plan involved.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1955 June 17

Howard, Lawrence C. (Lawrence Cabot), 1925-

Letter from Lawrence C. Howard to W. E. B. Du Bois

New York (N.Y.) - Posing a series of questions on race and slavery in the U.S., the relationship of that country to Liberia and to the partitioning of the outerlying continent, the Pan-African movement, and a series of other detailed queries, for use in the composition of his doctoral dissertation at Harvard.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1932 Sept. 12

League of Nations

Request for assistance by the Liberian government Note by the Secretary-General

Geneva (Switzerland) - Concerns conditions in Liberia, plan for assistance, and America's role and policies there.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 June 27

League of Nations . Committee of the Council Appointed to Examine the Problem Raised by the Liberian Government's Request for Assistance

Report of the Committee to the Council adopted on June 27th, 1933

Liberia - Concerns establishing a plan of assistance for reforms in Liberia, particularly in administration and in finances. See also mums312-b066-i163.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 June 27

League of Nations . Delegation from Liberia

Reservations made by the Liberian Delegation to the adoption by the Committee of the Council of its Report on June 27th, 1933

Liberia - Concerns areas of disagreement regarding the League of Nations plan for assistance in Liberia: "the Liberian Delegation is not in agreement with the Financial Expert." See also mums312-b066-i162.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 Aug. 18

Liberia . Dept. of State

Memorandum from the Department of State, Liberia

Monrovia (Liberia) - Concerns the characteristics, especially the nationality, of the Chief Adviser proposed as part of the League of Nations plan of assistance in Liberia.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 Sept. 26

Liberia . Dept. of State

Letter from Secretary of State, Liberia, to W. E. B. Du Bois

Geneva (Switzerland) - From L. A. Grimes, Secretary of State. Expresses gratitude for support. Concerns keeping American supporters of Liberia informed of Liberia's work with League of Nations and ways to show bonds "between the Liberians and their brethren in the U.S.A." are strong. Raises suggestion that Du Bois come to Geneva as delegate, acknowledges the many factors necessary to work ... more

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 Oct. 25

Liberia . President

Report to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Liberia in Legislature Assembled

Monrovia (Liberia) - Concerns statements on government, laws, and policies, covering sedition, administration, finances, and loan, and the relationship between Liberia and the League of Nations.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1933 Aug. 15

Liberian S. S and Excelsior Mining Company

Draft resolution protesting United States policy in Liberia

San Pedro (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Statement of protest endorsing the delegation requesting that the United States withdraw support of the Firestone Corporation in Liberia. Also protesting "against the white man for Liberia" as "the dictator of the Liberian budget." Signed by Rev. J. E. Lewis, Pres. Gen., and Mrs. R. E. Leonard, Asst. Sec.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1930 Apr. 6

Morrow, Edward

Letter from Edward Morrow to W. E. B. Du Bois

New Haven (Conn.) - Writing on the referral of Dr. Gaylord Howell regarding his impending engagement at the Yale Model League of Nations, in which he, "the only Negro delegate," has been charged with representing Liberia; asking for Du Bois' assistance in any capacity, "as I should like to make a good showing," and permission to quote him; and requesting, if possible, the address of William T. ... more

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers