1945 June 8
Mathews, Basil, 1879-1951
Vancouver (B.C.) - Complimenting him on his publications; describing their influence on him and his thinking; and inquiring if his assessment of Booker T. Washington has changed at all "during the forty years of experience and reflection" passed since he wrote "Of Mr. Washington and others."
1945 July 11
Brown, William A., Rev.
Cave Junction (Or.) - Explaining his idea for a memorial to Booker T. Washington; a section of land in Louisiana made into "Washingtonia," the "cultural center of the colored peoples." Written on "Friendly Mission" stationary.
1926 May 25
Quiñones, J. R.
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning the race of Booker T. Washington's parents.
1943 Feb. 26
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
New York (N.Y.) - Sent by Edwin D. Mellinger, Department of Education; addressed to Rufus E. Clement; inquiring into the present whereabouts of W. E. B. Du Bois, so that he may be invited to participate in an impending broadcast concerning Booker T. Washington.
1947 Dec. 19
Lovick, Clarence H.
Bronx (New York, N.Y.) - Describing his background, education and interests; noting his professor's recent comparison of Du Bois with Booker T. Washington and his own challenge thereof; discussing his own interpretation of the two leaders' insights and assertions; and asking of him the "unfair favor" of giving a course in ancient history on Saturdays, when he isn't at work.
1905 Mar. 15
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Responding to reports of Booker T. Washington's control of Black newspapers, Du Bois requests Trotter to send any facts available supporting the reports for his own investigation.
1905 May 31
New York Evening Post
New York (N.Y.) - Request for ninth annual Conference for the Study of the Negro Problems report on "Negro Crime".