1945 Apr. 27
Diggs, Ellen Irene, 1906-
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Howard Selsam; acknowledging his April 27 letter to W. E. B. Du Bois and pledging to duly forward it to him.
1907 Mar. 18
McMaster, A. J.
Lockport (N.Y.) - Writing to Du Bois after reading the "Souls of Black Folk", criticizing Du Bois's "high ideals" as not being practical enough and supported the methods developed by Booker T. Washington.
1903 Sept. 2
A.C. McClurg & Co.
Chicago (Ill.) - Enclosing a letter from an English publisher, book review, letter from Dr. Bumstead regarding the advertising matter "calling attention to the antithesis between you and Mr. Washington", Du Bois' article in Messrs. Potts book and Du Bois' next book, F.G. Browne, Editor.
1924 Dec. 10
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning the sale of the printing plates for Du Bois's biography of John Brown and Booker T. Washington's biography of Frederick Douglass.
1945 July 18
Manasse, Ernst Moritz
Durham (N.C.) - Disclosing facts surrounding Max Weber's personal acquaintance with Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois; enclosed to the latter for his express confirmation and/or comment.
1908 June 10
Montgomery (Ala.) - Description of McCall's various proposals and ideas for the independence of the colored people of Alabama with emphasis on the conditions of Montgomery and Lowndes County. Refers to a story about George Washington's fighting strategy. Proposes a secret society to include Du Bois, Dr. Kelly Miller, Prof. R.C. Bruce and Prof. William Pickens. Describes proposals of Dr. Booker T. Washington. Page... more
1961 Apr. 22
Brown, Emma Wesley
New York (N.Y.) - Taking the liberty to enclose a copy of her outline of the relationship between the philosophies of W. E. B. Du Bois, Booker T. Washington and Samuel A. Armstrong, and summarizing the scope of her writing thereon.
New York (N.Y.) - Walden sends Du Bois his article as a small tribute to his inspiring intellectual leadership (see annotation in bottom right corner); analyzes Booker T. Washington's beliefs against contemporary political and educational ideas; makes many references to and analysis of the works of Du Bois, especially "Souls of Black Folk" and "Dusk of Dawn."