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Series 1, Correspondence, constitutes over three-fourths of the Du Bois Papers at the University of Massachusetts. It includes correspondence received by Du Bois and carbon copies of letters he wrote to others throughout his life. His life covered ninety-five years of important social change in the United States and in the world, during which Du Bois was a leading participant in many of the most important efforts for change. He knew and corresponded with many of the leading figures of his long lifetime.

Du Bois' correspondence files reflect his involvement in many areas of twentieth century racial, literary and social reform movements. The 100,000 or more items document his career and provide a wealth of information on the work of others with whom Du Bois came into contact. The earliest item of correspondence is from 1877, although the bulk of the material is from the post-1910 period. The files continue through the years of his work with the NAACP, teaching and research at Atlanta University during the 1930s and 1940s, return to the NAACP in 1944, involvement with the peace movement in the late 1940s and the 1950s, and work with the Encyclopedia Africana until his death in 1963. A few items of Shirley Graham Du Bois' correspondence concerning Du Bois from late 1963, 1964 and 1965 bring this part of the collection to a close.

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W.E.B. Du Bois Papers: Series 1A (part 2). General Correspondence, 1933-1965
183 boxes (91.25 linear ft.)

Call no.: MS 312

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Series 1. Correspondence
1877-1964

A. General Correspondence
1877-1965

A. General Correspondence, 1933
1933

Aldridge, Amanda Ira
1933
Reel 39: 520

Alexander, Lillian
1933
Reel 39: 525

Re: the NAACP, Du Bois' editorship of The Crisis, the Amenia Conference and Fisk University.

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1933
Reel 39: 541

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Alexander, Virginia
1933
Reel 39: 543

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Amenia Conference
1933
Reel 39: 553

Press releases, list of participants; memos; miscellaneous materials.

American Negro African Movement
1933
Reel 39: 608

Circular on this immigrationist movement.

Arthur, George
1933
Reel 39: 613

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Associated Negro Press. Also: William Pickens
1933
Reel 39: 613

Atlanta University. Also: John Hope
1933
Reel 39: 614

Re: Du Bois' teaching duties; including course materials, exams, grades and related materials.

Bacote, Clarence
1933
Reel 39: 744

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Banks, W. R.
1933
Reel 39: 759

Re: Atlanta University's proposed study of economic cooperation among American Negroes.

Beals, Carleton
1933
Reel 39: 761

Re: Beals' projected study of racial conditions in the South.

Bentley, William H.
1933
Reel 39: 764

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Billikopf, Jacob
1933
Reel 39: 774

Bond, Wenonah
1933
Reel 39: 785

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Boutte, Matthew V.
1933
Reel 39: 788

Re: Fisk University.

Bowles, George
1933
Reel 39: 791

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Brown, John S.
1933
Reel 39: 806

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Brown, S. Joe
1933
Reel 39: 809

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Brown, Sterling
1933
Reel 39: 810

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Bruce, Roscoe Conkling
1933
Reel 39: 816

Bullock, Ralph W.
1933
Reel 39: 821

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Caliver, Ambrose
1933
Reel 39: 832

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Callis, Myra
1933
Reel 39: 834

Re: the work of John P. Davis' Negro Educational League.

Cannon, Raymond W.
1933
Reel 39: 840

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Cansler, Fritz
1933
Reel 39: 842

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Chamberlain, John
1933
Reel 39: 847

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Chesnutt, Susan
1933
Reel 39: 849

Re: Charles Chesnutt.

Civic Club (New York, N.Y.)
1933
Reel 39: 854

Clarke, Edwin L.
1933
Reel 39: 860

Clement, Rufus E.
1933
Reel 39: 868

Clifford, Carrie W.
1933
Reel 39: 871

Cobb, James A.
1933
Reel 39: 874

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: Arthur Raper, Will Alexander
1933
Reel 39: 883

Cook, R. V.
1933
Reel 39: 888

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Craft, Henry K.
1933
Reel 39: 893

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Craver, William
1933
Reel 39: 894

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Crawford, George W.
1933
Reel 39: 895

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Cromwell, Otelia
1933
Reel 39: 896

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Curti, Merle
1933
Reel 39: 902

Dabney, Thomas L.
1933
Reel 39: 904

Dabney, Wendell P.
1933
Reel 39: 905

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Daly, Victor
1933
Reel 39: 908

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Davidson, Eugene
1933
Reel 39: 912

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Davis, Allison
1933
Reel 39: 913

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Davis, Arthur
1933
Reel 39: 914

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Davis, Dorothy
1933
Reel 39: 916

Re: the Funenia Conference.

Davis, Harry E.
1933
Reel 39: 917

Re: the Pinenia Conference.

Day, Caroline Bond
1933
Reel 39: 918

Re: the Amenia Conference.

de la Rue, Sidney
1933
Reel 39: 928

Re: Du Bois' published comments on de la Rue's work as a Financial Adviser to Liberia.

Demby, E. Thomas
1933
Reel 39: 931

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Dorsey, Emmett
1933
Reel 39: 934

Re: the Amenia Conference; concerning the National Industrial Recovery Act.

Du Bois, Nina
1933
Reel 39: 941

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1933
Reel 39: 1017

Re: her work and W. E. B. Du Bois' work at Atlanta University and in the NAACP.

Duke, Charles
1933
Reel 39: 1059

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Edmonds, Randolph
1933
Reel 39: 1076

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Ellis, Roy
1933
Reel 39: 1086

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Evanti, Lillian
1933
Reel 39: 1089

Re: a march on Washington.

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1933
Reel 39: 1104

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America
1933
Reel 39: 1107

Re: their Support of the activities of the Firestone Rubber Company in Liberia; concerning their attitude towards the control of education in Liberia.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1933
Reel 39: 1115

Re: her work in England.

Fisk University. Also: President Thomas E. Jones
1933
Reel 39: 1122

Re: Du Bois' proposed commencement address.

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1933
Reel 39: 1139

Re: Du Bois' article on developments in Liberia.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1933
Reel 39: 1153

Gannett, Lewis
1933
Reel 39: 1158

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Gibson, T. K.
1933
Reel 39: 1171

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Graves, Anna Melissa
1933
Reel 39: 1181

Re: Liberia.

Greene, Harry
1933
Reel 39: 1223

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Gregory, Montgomery
1933
Reel 39: 1226

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1933
Reel 39: 1237

Re: Georgia Douglas Johnson.

Hamilton, Grace Towns
1933
Reel 40: 2

Hansberry, William Leo
1933
Reel 40: 21

Hare, Maud Cuney
1933
Reel 40: 40

Harris, Abram L. Also: Thomas L. Dabney
1933
Reel 40: 66

Re: the Amenia Conference; a letter from Harris to Du Bois proposing a lecture series.

Hawkins, Mason
1933
Reel 40: 100

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Hershaw, Lafayette M.
1933
Reel 40: 111

Re: the Amenia Conference and concerning Du Bois' study of Reconstruction.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1933
Reel 40: 115

Heslip, Jesse
1933
Reel 40: 118

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1933
Reel 40: 123

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Holmes, D. O. W.
1933
Reel 40: 136

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Holmes, John Haynes
1933
Reel 40: 137

Hope, John, II
1933
Reel 40: 145

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Horne, Frank S.
1933
Reel 40: 149

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Houston, G. David
1933
Reel 40: 153

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Howell, C. A.
1933
Reel 40: 163

Re: racial discrimination in the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Hughes, Langston
1933
Reel 40: 168

Hunt, Henry A.
1933
Reel 40: 172

Re: Hunt's work for Negro farmers in the Farm Credit Administration.

Hurst, B. Pierce
1933
Reel 40: 175

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Imes, William Lloyd
1933
Reel 40: 178

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Institute of Race Relations. Also: Charles Johnson, Helen Bryan
1933
Reel 40: 180

Re: Du Bois' participation in their work.

International Labor Defense
1933
Reel 40: 200

Re: the Scottsboro Case.

Jackson, Juanita
1933
Reel 40: 211

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Johnson, Charles S.
1933
Reel 40: 213

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1933
Reel 40: 218

Johnson, Henry Lincoln
1933
Reel 40: 219

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Johnson, James Weldon
1933
Reel 40: 220

Re: the Amenia Conference and the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Johnston, V. D.
1933
Reel 40: 235

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Jones, Mildred Bryant
1933
Reel 40: 243

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Jones, William N.
1933
Reel 40: 265

Re: interracial work in Baltimore and the possible effect of Socialist or Communist participation in such work.

Jourdain, E. B.
1933
Reel 40: 270

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Julian, Percy
1933
Reel 40: 271

Re: Julian's work at DePauw University.

Kelley, William
1933
Reel 40: 275

Re: Kelley's plans to start a Negro newspaper in New York City.

Kerlin, Robert T.
1933
Reel 40: 277

Re: Kerlin's dismissal from a teaching position in West Virginia.

King, Herbert
1933
Reel 40: 282

Re: the Amenia Conference.

La Farge, Oliver
1933
Reel 40: 287

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Latimer, Ira
1933
Reel 40: 320

Re: his position at LeMoyne College and his activities in Memphis.

League of Nations
1933
Reel 40: 323

Various materials concerning Liberia.

Liberia. Also: Edwin Barclay
1933
Reel 40: 346

Re: the relations between the government and the League of Nations; copy of a statement of President Edwin Barclay of Liberia to the Liberian legislature concerning the country's relationship to the League of Nations and on other developments in Liberia.

Liberian S. S. and Excelsior Mining Company
1933
Reel 40: 404

Resolution concerning the U.S. government and the Firestone Company's activities in Liberia.

Locke, Alain
1933
Reel 40: 412

Logan, Rayford W.
1933
Reel 40: 413

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Love, John L.
1933
Reel 40: 421

Re: the Amenia Conference.

McKinney, T. E.
1933
Reel 40: 436

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Martin, Margaret Ross
1933
Reel 40: 442

Re: conditions in Germany.

Matney, W. C.
1933
Reel 40: 458

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Maxey, George
1933
Reel 40: 459

Re: Maxey's opinion in the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania against William Brown.

Miller, George Frazier
1933
Reel 40: 477

Mossell, N. F.
1933
Reel 40: 485

Moton, R. R.
1933
Reel 40: 488

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and Thomas Jesse Jones' opposition to it; concerning John Hope of Atlanta University.

Nail, John E.
1933
Reel 40: 501

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Arthur Spingarn, Oswald Garrison Villard, Harry Davis, Walter White, Charles Edward Russell, George Schuyler, Joel Spingarn, James H. Dillard, Mary White Ovington, Daisy Lamkin, William Pickens, Roy Wilkins, James Weldon Johnson, George Crawford, Lillian Alexander, Anna Melissa Graves, Max Eastman, Raymond Buell, William Allan Neilson, Helen Boardman
1933
Reel 40: 544

Report of the Committee on Budget; Spingarn Medal Award Committee materials; Board of Directors minutes; a fund-raising plan for the NAACP from Schuvler; materials from a Committee of Inquiry into the Harlem Hospital; Amenia Conference materials; an NAACP statement on the Scottsboro Case; a plan for reorganization of the NAACP from Du Bois, with comments from others; correspondence on the resignation of Joel Spingarn as President and Chairman of the Board; materials concerning Liberia; Crisis material concerning the Business Manager's position; NAACP annual conference resolutions; correspondence with Crawford on his resignation from the Board; corrrspondence with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Anna Melissa Graves on Liberia; correspondence of Buell with White and with the Liberian government on events there involving the Firestone Rubber Company; information on a proposed survey of the treatment of the Negro in American history textbooks; a letter from Max Eastman to White concerning Claude McKay; correspondence with Joel Spingarn on the reorganization of the NAACP and about George Schuyler.

Pace, Harry H.
1933
Reel 40: 856

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Carter Woodson
1933
Reel 40: 877

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1933
Reel 40: 896

Redding, Louis
1933
Reel 40: 908

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Reid, Ira
1933
Reel 40: 909

Re: the Amenia Conference; concerning the appointment of Henry Hunt as an agricultural assistant to Henry Morgenthau, Jr. in the Farm Credit Administration.

Richardson, E. S.
1933
Reel 40: 919

Re: developments in the Virgin Islands.

Robinson, William A.
1933
Reel 40: 321

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: George Arthur, Edwin Embree
1933
Reel 40: 925

Re: a proposed conference on the economic status of the Negro; on Du Bois' study of Reconstruction.

Saddler, Juanita
1933
Reel 40: 954

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Schuyler, George S.
1933
Reel 40: 958

Scruggs, Baxter
1933
Reel 40: 961

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Simon, Kathleen
1933
Reel 40: 999

Re: her anti-slavery work.

Somerville, Vada
1933
Reel 40: 1019

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1933
Reel 40: 1026

Re: Du Bois' real estate.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1933
Reel 40: 1037

Steward, G. A.
1933
Reel 40: 1041

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Streator, George
1933
Reel 40: 1049

Re: the Amenia Conference; concerning Du Bois' views on interracial faculty at Black colleges and on nationalism.

Sutter, C.
1933
Reel 40: 1059

Re: the relationship of American Negroes to Africans and on Pan-Africanism.

Swift, Forest
1933
Reel 40: 1061

Re: John Brown.

Taub, Allan
1933
Reel 40: 1064

Re: the Scottsboro Case.

Taylor, Thelma Louise
1933
Reel 40: 1067

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Tobias, Channing H.
1933
Reel 40: 1076

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Turner, John
1933
Reel 40: 1089

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Swann, Thomas W.
1933
Reel 40: 1090

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Tuskegee Institute. Also: Monroe Work
1933
Reel 40: 1092

U.S. Department of State
1933
Reel 40: 1096

Re: Liberia and Haiti.

U.S. Department of the Interior. Also: Clark Foreman, Clarence Pickett
1933
Reel 40: 1103

Re: racial discrimination in public works projects and segregation in Subsistence Homesteads.

U.S. Farm Credit Administration. Also: Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
1933
Reel 40: 1116

Re: the appointment of Henry Hunt as agricultural assistant for Negro farm relief.

Valentine, W. R.
1933
Reel 40: 1125

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Van Doren, Carl
1933
Reel 40: 1129

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

Walton, Lester A.
1933
Reel 40: 1151

Waring, C. J.
1933
Reel 40: 1153

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Waring, J. H.
1933
Reel 40: 1153

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Waters, Ethel
1933
Reel 40: 1158

Telegram of congratulations to Waters upon a performance.

Weaver, Archie
1933
Reel 40: 1161

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Webster, Edgar H.
1933
Reel 40: 1163

Wesley, Charles H.
1933
Reel 40: 1167

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Weston, Moran
1933
Reel 40: 1172

Re: the Amenia Conference.

White, Katrine
1933
Reel 40: 1174

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Whittaker, James
1933
Reel 40: 1176

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Wilberforce University. Also: R. R. Wright, Jr.
1933
Reel 40: 1179

Wilkinson, Henry B.
1933
Reel 40: 1186

Williams, A. V.
1933
Reel 40: 1192

Re: the relation of cultural achievement to economic progress for the American Negro.

Williams, Arnett
1933
Reel 40: 1193

Re: family matters and his educational progress.

Williams, Frances
1933
Reel 40: 1221

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1933
Reel 40: 1233

Wilson, Frank T.
1933
Reel 40: 1266

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Also: Dorothy Detzer, Mildred Scott Olmsted
1933
Reel 40: 1280

Re: Liberia.

World Fellowship of Faiths. Also: K. N. Das Gupta
1933
Reel 40: 1300

Wright, Louis T.
1933
Reel 40: 1315

Wright, William
1933
Reel 40: 1319

Re: the Amenia Conference.

Writers" League Against Lynchlng. Also: Suzanne La Follette
1933
Reel 40: 1319

Young, Pauline
1933
Reel 40: 1322

Re: the Amenia Conference.

A. General Correspondence, 1934
1934

Abyssinian Baptist Church. Also: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1934
Reel 41: 792

Adamson, Martha
1934
Reel 41: 800

Re: Technocracy and racial prejudice, with Du Bois' comments on the American Federation of Labor.

Addams, Jane
1934
Reel 41: 802

African Reconstruction Association. Also: Bernard Mason
1934
Reel 41: 816

Information on that organization.

Aldridge, Amanda Ira
1934
Reel 41: 820

Alexander, Lillian
1934
Reel 41: 825

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1934
Reel 41: 829

Re: Du Bois' request for comments on his Negro Youth Movement; on his role in planning the Amenia Conference.

Alexander, Virginia
1934
Reel 41: 830

American Mercury
1934
Reel 41: 843

Re: a possible Du Bois article on the effect of the Depression on the American Negro's search for ultimate integration.

Ames, Jessie Daniel
1934
Reel 41: 847

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP

Anderson, Maxwell
1934
Reel 41: 849

Request for permission to use a quotation from Anderson in Black Reconstruction.

Atlanta University. Also: John Hope, Florence Read, Ira Reid, Anne Cooke
1934
Reel 41: 869

Correspondence concerning Department of Sociology matters; on Du Bois' terms of employment at the university; concerning a plan for a university survey of the history, present conditions and future of the American Negro; materials concerning a

Atlantic Monthly. Also: Ellery Sedgwick
1934
Reel 41: 1009

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the effects of disfranchisement on the country.

Baltimore Afro-American. Also: Carl Murphy, William N. Jones
1934
Reel 41: 1021

Re: Jones' study of Liberia and recommendations for that country.

Bancroft, Frederic
1934
Reel 41: 1025

Re: Du Bois' Black Reconstruction.

Beale, Howard K.
1934
Reel 41: 1042

Re: Black Reconstruction.

Benet, William Rose
1934
Reel 41: 1049

Request for permission to use a quotation from Benet in Black Reconstruction.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1934
Reel 41: 1057

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize; on Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Brazeal, B. R.
1934
Reel 41: 1063

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Brewer, W. M.
1934
Reel 41: 1063

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Bright, Nellie
1934
Reel 41: 1064

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Brooks, Phillips
1934
Reel 41: 1067

Re: the interest of a group in New York City in a Negro Youth Movement.

Brown, John S.
1934
Reel 41: 1079

Re: the Negro Youth Movement; concerning the possible reorganization of the NAACP; on Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP (including Brown's correspondence with Mason Hawkins, Harry Davis, F. B. Ransom, T. G. Nutter, William Allan Neilson, Charles Edward Russell, James Marshall, James A. Cobb, Carl Murphy, Clarence Darrow).

Brown, Sterling
1934
Reel 41: 1100

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Brown, W. Roderick
1934
Reel 41: 1103

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Bruce, Roscoe Conkling
1934
Reel 41: 1103

Re: Bruce's interest in the presidency of Tuskegee Institute.

Bullock, Ralph W.
1934
Reel 41: 1117

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Bunche, Ralph J.
1934
Reel 41: 1118

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Cansler, Fritz
1934
Reel 41: 1129

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Keppel, F. P.
1934
Reel 41: 1130

Re: the publication of Black Reconstruction.

Cater, J. T.
1934
Reel 41: 1139

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Chivers, Walter R.
1934
Reel 41: 1142

Re: disfranchisement and Negro education.

Clarke, Edwin L.
1934
Reel 41: 1165

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Clifford, Carrie W.
1934
Reel 41: 1168

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Cobb, W. Montague
1934
Reel 41: 1171

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Cole, L. A.
1934
Reel 41: 1175

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Coleman, Anita Scott
1934
Reel 41: 1179

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Colophon. Also: Elmer Adler
1934
Reel 41: 1183

Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: Will Alexander, R. B. Eleazer
1934
Reel 41: 1186

Du Bois' comments on various social and economic functions and services which should be considered for Atlanta University's housing project.

Committee on Race Relations. Also: Helen Bryan
1934
Reel 41: 1196

Craft, Henry K.
1934
Reel 41: 1209

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Crawford, Floyd
1934
Reel 41: 1210

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Crawford, George W.
1934
Reel 41: 1211

Cullen, Countee
1934
Reel 41: 1216

Re: the use of a quotation from Cullen in Black Reconstruction.

Curtis, L. S.
1934
Reel 41: 1222

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Cuthbert, Marion
1934
Reel 41: 1222

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Dabney, Thomas L.
1934
Reel 42: 1

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1934
Reel 42: 1

Re: Du Bois' work for the reorganization of the NAACP.

Daniel, R. P.
1934
Reel 42: 11

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Daniel, Walter G.
1934
Reel 42: 11

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Davis, Carrington
1934
Reel 42: 13

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Davis, Harry E. Also: Abba Hillel Silver
1934
Reel 42: 14

Re: developments in the NA!CP, Du Bois' position as editor of The Crisis, Du Bois' resignation and Davis reactions to Du Bois' plans for Black economic development; correspondence of Davis with Silver on a possible Du Bois lecture in Cleveland.

Davis, John C.
1934
Reel 42: 30

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Dean, William H.
1934
Reel 42: 38

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

DeBerry, William N.
1934
Reel 42: 39

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Dent, A. W.
1934
Reel 42: 44

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Dickason, H. L.
1934
Reel 42: 47

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Dickerson, Addie
1934
Reel 42: 48

Re: Du Bois' views of the current economic and political progress of the Negro.

Dillard, James H.
1934
Reel 42: 52

Dodson, Thurman
1934
Reel 42: 58

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Dorsey, Emmett
1934
Reel 42: 59

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Du Bois, Nina
1934
Reel 42: 61

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1934
Reel 42: 173

Re: the NAACP, George Schuyler, Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP and Abram Harris.

Duckrey, Tanner
1934
Reel 42: 201

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Eaton, Irene
1934
Reel 42: 226

Ellis, Roy
1934
Reel 42: 235

Re: the Negro Youth Movement

Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences
1934
Reel 42: 238

Re: Du Bois' article on Booker T. Washington.

Evans, Eva Knox
1934
Reel 42: 251

Evans, Joseph
1934
Reel 42: 254

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Farrison, W. Edward
1934
Reel 42: 255

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1934
Reel 42: 262

Re: her work in England and on the possibility of Du Bois working with her on a study of the Royal African Companies; on Du Bois views of the role of the slave trade in the beginnings of capitalism.

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1934
Reel 42: 295

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on Ethiopia.

Foster, Laurence
1934
Reel 42: 297

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1934
Reel 42: 301

Gannett, Lewis
1934
Reel 42: 307

Graham, Shirley
1934
Reel 42: 318

Tribute to Du Bois; concerning her academic work and plans in music.

Granum, Stanley
1934
Reel 42: 326

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Graves, Anna Melissa
1934
Reel 42: 327

Re: Liberia and the possibility that Du Bois would represent that country at a League of Nations meeting; concerning George Schuyler's writings on Liberia.

Greene, Harry
1934
Reel 42: 337

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Gruening, Martha
1934
Reel 42: 350

Re: her and Helen Boardman's investigation of the role of the NAACP, Walter White and Charles Houston in the George Crawford case in Virginia; concerning Du Bois Black Reconstruction.

Harcourt, Brace and Company
1934
Reel 42: 369

Re: publication of Black Reconstruction.

Hare, Maud Cuney
1934
Reel 42: 406

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP

Harlem Interracial Forum. Also: Will Herberg
1934
Reel 42: 417

Harper's Magazine
1934
Reel 42: 423

Re: a possible Du Bois article on the effects of the Depression on the American Negro's search for ultimate integration.

Harris, Abram L.
1934
Reel 42: 426

Re: the relation of the Negro to changes in the American economy; on Harris' plans for a lecture series by Black scholars; on possible reorganization of the NAACP; concerning Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP; on the control of The Crisis by the NAACP.

Harris, Jesse Fauset
1934
Reel 42: 437

Re: her recent book.

Hayes, Truly
1934
Reel 42: 461

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Haytian Afro-American Chamber of Commerce. Also: Holsey, Albert
1934
Reel 42: 462

Re: possible investment in Haiti.

Haywood, J. W.
1934
Reel 42: 464

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Heckert, Robert
1934
Reel 42: 465

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Henderson, D. Raymond
1934
Reel 42: 468

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Herberg, Will
1934
Reel 42: 472

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1934
Reel 42: 474

Requesting permission for the use of a quotation from Hill for Black Reconstruction.

Horne, Frank S.
1934
Reel 42: 485

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Houston Informer
1934
Reel 42: 495

The offer of column space to Du Bois.

Hughes, W. A., Jr.
1934
Reel 42: 521

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Hunton, Addie W.
1934
Reel 42: 526

Du Bois' list of ten benefactors of the American Negro since Emancipation.

Imes, William Lloyd
1934
Reel 42: 529

Re: the Negro Youth Movement; concerning Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

International Workers Order an invitation for a debate between Du Bois and James W. Ford.
1934
Reel 42: 542

Jackson, Harrison S.
1934
Reel 42: 544

Plan for a National Negro Congress.

Jackson, Juanita
1934
Reel 42: 548

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Johnson, Campbell C.
1934
Reel 42: 549

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Johnson, Charles S.
1934
Reel 42: 550

Re: a plan for an educational movie about the Negro.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1934
Reel 42: 552

Johnson, Henry Lincoln
1934
Reel 42: 559

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Johnson, James Weldon
1934
Reel 42: 562

Johnson, William Randolph
1934
Reel 42: 573

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Kerns, J. Harvey
1934
Reel 42: 622

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

La Farge, Oliver
1934
Reel 42: 625

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize.

League for Industrial Democracy
1934
Reel 42: 633

League of Nations
1934
Reel 42: 636

Minutes of council meetings; material concerning Liberia.

Liberia. Also: L. A. Grimes, Edward Barclay
1934
Reel 42: 651

Information on Liberian and the League of Nations' plan of assistance; portions of a message of President Edward Barclay to the Liberian legislature; including Grimes' correspondence with Dorothy Detzer of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom concerning the possibility of Du Bois serving as a Liberian delegate to the League of Nations.

Logan, Rayford W.
1934
Reel 42: 695

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Long, Howard
1934
Reel 42: 703

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Lovejoy, Owen
1934
Reel 42: 709

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP and concerning Du Bois' views on an economic strategy for the Negro.

McAdoo, Martha
1934
Reel 42: 719

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

McGuinn, Robert
1934
Reel 42: 735

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Martin, Sarah
1934
Reel 42: 738

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Mathews, Loulie A.
1934
Reel 42: 743

Re: the Du Bois Literary Prize; from the NAACP.

Matney, W. C.
1934
Reel 42: 744

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Milholland, Vida
1934
Reel 42: 751

Re: John Milholland.

Miller, George Frazier
1934
Reel 42: 758

Miller, Herbert
1934
Reel 42: 760

Re: Shirley Graham.

Mitchell, Pearl
1934
Reel 42: 764

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Morton, Ferdinand Q.
1934
Reel 42: 772

Moton, R. R.
1934
Reel 42: 774

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Arthur Spingarn, Joel Spingarn, William Pickens, Walter White, Lillian Alexander, Louis T. Wright, Roy Wilkins, Lewis Gannett, James Weldon Johnson, Harry Davis, James Dillard, Edwin Embree
1934
Reel 42: 864

Re: the Spingarn Medal Award Committee and a possible award to John Hope; Du Bois' suggestions for reorganizing the NAACP; Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP; concerning back salary owed Du Bois by the NAACP; concerning Du Bois' Black Reconstruction.

N.A.A.C.P. Duluth, Minnesota Branch. Also: R. J. Simmons
1934
Reel 42: 977

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

National Movement for the Establishment of a 49th State. Also: Oscar C. Brown
1934
Reel 42: 790

Re: their plans for a Negro state.

Nelson, Alice Dunbar
1934
Reel 42: 802

New York Public Library. Also: Arthur A. Schomburg
1934
Reel 42: 849

Oberlaender Trust. Also: Wilbur Thomas
1934
Reel 42: 981

Oettle, George S.
1934
Reel 42: 998

Re: the Carnegie Foundation and developments in South Africa and Rhodesia.

Olivier, Lord
1934
Reel 42: 991

Padmore, George
1934
Reel 42: 1020

Re: Padmore's activities in France.

Parks, Adella
1934
Reel 42: 1021

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Parsons, J. A.
1934
Reel 42: 1021

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Peabody, George Foster
1934
Reel 42: 1024

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP; on general aspects of the race problem.

Phelps-Stokes Fund
1934
Reel 42: 1028

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Powell, E. L.
1934
Reel 42: 1054

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1934
Reel 42: 1057

Redding, Louis
1934
Reel 42: 1075

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Reid, Ira
1934
Reel 42: 1075

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Richardson, Harry V.
1934
Reel 42: 1076

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Robeson, Eslanda
1934
Reel 42: 1085

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1934
Reel 42: 1094

Re: a conference on the economic condition of the American Negro and Du Bois' ideas on the subject.

Russell, Charles Edward
1934
Reel 42: 1112

Scruggs, Baxter
1934
Reel 42: 1122

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Scull, Ralph
1934
Reel 42: 1122

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Shivery, Henrietta
1934
Reel 42: 1131

Re: her teaching experience in Meridian, Miss.

Simon, Kathleen
1934
Reel 42: 1181

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Somerville, John A.
1934
Reel 42: 1201

Re: Du Bois' controversy with the NAACP.

Southern Institute of International Relations. Also: Claud Nelson
1934
Reel 42: 1212

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1934
Reel 42: 1226

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1934
Reel 42: 1237

Steward, G. A.
1934
Reel 42: 1243

Re: the Negro Youth Movement; on Du Bois' possible resignation from the NAACP, including Steward's correspondence with Walter White on this subject.

Stolberg, Benjamin
1934
Reel 42: 1248

Re: Black Reconstruction and the relationship of Du Bois' ideas in this book to Marxism; concerning Stolberg's service on a Crisis Committee and his opinion of Roy Wilkins as an editor of The Crisis.

Streator, George
1934
Reel 42: 1251

Re: Streator's resignation from The Crisis; suggestions by Streator for a series of labor conferences at Atlanta University.

Taylor, Thelma Louise
1934
Reel 43: 19

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Thompson, Charles H.
1934
Reel 43: 28

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Thurman, Howard
1934
Reel 43: 29

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Turner, Thomas W.
1934
Reel 43: 46

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Tuskegee Institute. Also: R. R. Moton, Monroe Work
1934
Reel 43: 47

Re: rumors of Moton's resignation from the presidency of Tuskegre.

U.S. Department of the Interior. Division of Subsistence Homesteads
1934
Reel 43: 57

Re: the Subsistence Homestead Program.

Vaughan, George
1934
Reel 43: 104

Du Bois' opinions of the "spiritual" condition of the world.

Von Avery, H.
1934
Reel 43: 116

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Walton, Lester A.
1934
Reel 43: 123

Re: Liberia and Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Waring, J. H.
1934
Reel 43: 131

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Watson, Zelma M.
1934
Reel 43: 134

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Weaver, Robert C.
1934
Reel 43: 134

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Weston, Moran
1934
Reel 43: 145

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

White, Katrine
1934
Reel 43: 153

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Wilkinson, Henry B.
1934
Reel 43: 165

Williams, Arnett
1934
Reel 43: 169

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1934
Reel 43: 202

Wilson, Frank T.
1934
Reel 43: 229

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Also: Dorothy Oetzer
1934
Reel 43: 230

Re: Liberia and the League of Nations; on the possibility of Du Bois representing Liberia at a League of Nations meetings; on the possible preparation by Du Bois of a book on Liberia.

Woodruff, Bertram
1934
Reel 43: 250

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Woodruff, Hale
1934
Reel 43: 251

Wright, Louis T.
1934
Reel 43: 256

Young, N. Louise
1934
Reel 43: 267

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

Young, P. Bernard, Jr.
1934
Reel 43: 267

Re: the Negro Youth Movement.

A. General Correspondence, 1935
1935

Addams, Jane. Jane Addams Memorial Fund. Also: Alice Hamilton
1935
Reel 43: 622

Alexander, Ernest R.
1935
Reel 43: 627

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alexander, Lillian
1935
Reel 43: 628

Alexander, Raymond Pace
1935
Reel 43: 634

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1935
Reel 43: 635

Re: Dantes Bellegarde.

Alexander, Virginia
1935
Reel 43: 636

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alexander, Will W.
1935
Reel 43: 644

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alpha Phi Alpha. Also: Rayford Logan
1935
Reel 43: 649

American Committee on the Ethiopian Crisis. Also: Thomas Jesse Jones, Emory Ross
1935
Reel 43: 656

American League Against War and Fascism. Also: William Lloyd Imes
1935
Reel 43: 658

American Mercury
1935
Reel 43: 660

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the Negro and the New Deal.

Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching. Also: Jessie Daniel Ames
1935
Reel 43: 683

Atlanta University. Also: John Hope, John Whittaker. Florence Read, Ira Reid, Rayford Logan
1935
Reel 43: 685

Re: the University, the Sociology Department, a possible Atlanta University journal; materials concerning a request to the Commonwealth Fund for support of a study of racial problems; a memo on possible activities for Atlanta University to undertake in the federal housing project in Atlanta; correspondence of John Hope and William Lloyd Imes about Du Bois speaking at a meeting about Ethiopia; Du Bois' plan for a survey of the history, condition and prospects of the American Negro.

Banks, W. R.
1935
Reel 43: 830

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Barnett, Claude A.
1935
Reel 43: 832

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Barrell, Alexina
1935
Reel 43: 835

Includes Du Bois' comments on his disagreement with, and resignation from, the NAACP.

Beale, Howard K.
1935
Reel 43: 859

Beals, Carleton
1935
Reel 43: 860

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Beard, Charles
1935
Reel 43: 861

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Benedict, Ruth
1935
Reel 43: 869

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Bernstein, Herman
1935
Reel 43: 871

Re: the Protocols of Zion.

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1935
Reel 43: 872

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Blayton, Jesse E.
1935
Reel 43: 874

Comments on Du Bois' Atlanta Creed and on the role of violence in a revolution.

Boas, Franz
1935
Reel 43: 876

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Bond, Horace Mann
1935
Reel 43: 878

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1935
Reel 43: 887

Brawley, Benjamin
1935
Reel 43: 891

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and Black Reconstruction

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1935
Reel 43: 898

Re: a national election of Pullman porters.

Brown, Charlotte Hawkins
1935
Reel 43: 902

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Brown, Sterling
1935
Reel 43: 904

Re: Du Bois' plans for a Negro Book-of-the-Year Club and about Black Reconstruction.

Bryan, Helen
1935
Reel 43: 909

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Bryan, Malcolm
1935
Reel 43: 910

Re: the economic status of the Georgia Negro.

Bunche, Ralph J.
1935
Reel 43: 915

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Burroughs, Nannie H.
1935
Reel 43: 917

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Calverton, V. F.
1935
Reel 43: 934

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Keppel, F. P.
1935
Reel 43: 937

Carter, Elmer A.
1935
Reel 43: 944

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Carver, George Washington
1935
Reel 43: 951

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Cayton, Horace R.
1935
Reel 43: 954

Cayton's criticisms of Black Reconstruction.

Chivers, Walter R.
1935
Reel 43: 966

Re: the Atlanta Creed and the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Clement, Rufus E.
1935
Reel 43: 972

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Cobb, Ivorey
1935
Reel 43: 973

Re: Cobb's support of Du Bois' views on current racial matters and urging Du Bois' leadership in these affairs.

Cobb, James A.
1935
Reel 43: 975

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Cobb, W. Montague
1935
Reel 43: 976

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: R. B. Eleazer, Arthur Raper
1935
Reel 43: 985

Commonwealth Fund
1935
Reel 43: 989

Re: a proposed study by Atlanta University of the Negro in Atlanta with Du Bois' thoughts on the results to be expected from this study and information on the results of the Atlanta University conference studies of earlier years.

Commons, John R.
1935
Reel 43: 995

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Crawford, George W.
1935
Reel 43: 1006

Cromwell, Otelia
1935
Reel 43: 1007

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Cushman, Robert
1935
Reel 43: 1021

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1935
Reel 43: 1022

Davis, Harry E.
1935
Reel 43: 1031

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Davis, John W.
1935
Reel 43: 1033

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Day, Caroline Bond
1935
Reel 43: 1033

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

DeBerry, William N.
1935
Reel 43: 1034

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Fe.

Detweiler, Frederick
1935
Reel 43: 1040

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Dimmock,Y. D.
1935
Reel 43: 1041

Re: the views of Ugandans towards the Italian-Ethiopian conflict.

Du Bois, Nina
1935
Reel 43: 1046

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1935
Reel 43: 1150

Re: her work, the mlopedia of the Negro.

Dunbar Apartments. Also: Roscoe Conkling Bruce
1935
Reel 44: 1

Evans, Eva Knox
1935
Reel 44: 80

Farrar and Rinehart. Also: John Farrar
1935
Reel 44: 99

Re: a possible Du Bois-edited anthology of articles on current trends in American Negro thought.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1935
Reel 44: 106

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1935
Reel 44: 132

Re: Du Bois' article on Ethiopia

Forum Magazine
1935
Reel 44: 141

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the Negro and the trade union movement.

Fox, Dixon Ryan
1935
Reel 44: 147

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Frankfurter, Felix
1935
Reel 44: 150

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1935
Reel 44: 150

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Goldenweiser, Alexander
1935
Reel 44: 170

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Graham, Shirley
1935
Reel 44: 171

Re: her work.

Graves, Anna Melissa
1935
Reel 44: 185

Re: Liberia.

Gregg, John A.
1935
Reel 44: 201

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Gruening, Martha
1935
Reel 44: 215

Re: the NAACP and the George Crawford case.

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1935
Reel 44: 220

Du Bois' recommendation of Marita Bonner Occony.

Handy, W. C.
1935
Reel 44: 234

Hansberry, William Leo
1935
Reel 44: 236

Re: Hansberry's research on Africa and on the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Harcourt, Brace and Company
1935
Reel 44: 240

Re: the publication of Black Reconstruction.

Harper's Magazine
1935
Reel 44: 294

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the Negro and the trade union movement.

Harris, Abram L.
1935
Reel 44: 297

Re: Harris' work and on the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Harris, Jesse Fauset
1935
Reel 44: 301

Hawkins, Mason
1935
Reel 44: 311

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Hayes, Roland
1935
Reel 44: 312

Concert program.

Haynes, George E.
1935
Reel 44: 313

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Herberg, Will
1935
Reel 44: 314

Herskovits, Melville J.
1935
Reel 44: 315

Re: Herskovits' work; on the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1935
Reel 44: 332

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Henry Holt and Company
1935
Reel 44: 333

Re: a plan for a book by Du Bois on the history of the Negro race.

Hook, Sidney
1935
Reel 44: 340

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Horne, Frank S.
1935
Reel 44: 345

Re: possible publication of Horne's poetry

Howard University. Also: Alain Locke, Ralph Bunche
1935
Reel 44: 350

Re: a conference at Howard University in which Du Bois participated.

Huggins, Willis N.
1935
Reel 44: 384

Hughley, J. Neal
1935
Reel 44: 385

Re: an invitation to Du Bois to write an introduction to a book by Hughley.

Huxley, Elspeth
1935
Reel 44: 391

Jamaica Banana Producers" Association
1935
Reel 44: 397

Information on the Association.

Jameson, J. Franklin
1935
Reel 44: 429

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Jenkins, Deaderick
1935
Reel 44: 437

Re: Du Bois' views on a strategy for Black workers

Jenks, Leland
1935
Reel 44: 439

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Charles S.
1935
Reel 44: 442

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1935
Reel 44: 443

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, James Weldon
1935
Reel 44: 444

Re: Black Reconstruction, the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Mordecai W.
1935
Reel 44: 447

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Joint Committee on National Recovery. Also: John P. Davis
1935
Reel 44: 452

Report on the committee's work and a conference program.

Jones, Eugene Kinckle
1935
Reel 44: 459

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Jones, Mildred Bryant
1935
Reel 44: 464

Jones, Thomas Jesse
1935
Reel 44: 477

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Kerlin, Robert T.
1935
Reel 44: 486

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Koltzov, Michel
1935
Reel 44: 494

Re: a book to be done by Koltzov and Maxim Gorki

Laski, Harold J.
1935
Reel 44: 506

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Lasswell, Harold
1935
Reel 44: 507

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Latourette,Kenneth Scott
1935
Reel 44: 523

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Liberia. Also: L. A. Grimes
1935
Reel 44: 536

Re: a possible book on Liberia.

Locke, Alain
1935
Reel 44: 542

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning a proposed pamphlet by Du Bois on the Negro and social reconstruction.

Logan, Rayford W.
1935
Reel 44: 558

Re: a Negro Book-of-the-Year Club, the Atlanta Creed, the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Loram, Charles T.
1935
Reel 44: 572

Re: the Encyclopedia of theNegro.

Los Angeles (Calif.). City Schools. Also: J. McFarline Ervin
1935
Reel 44: 573

Re: their plans for appointing a special assistant for Negro students.

Lovett, Robert Morss
1935
Reel 44: 575

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

McKay, Claude
1935
Reel 44: 583

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Macmillan Company
1935
Reel 44: 587

Re: a possible book about Liberia.

Malliet, A. M. Wendell
1935
Reel 44: 592

Re: the cooperative movement in Jamaica.

Matheus, John F.
1935
Reel 44: 598

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Maxey, George
1935
Reel 44: 600

Comments on Du Bois' views on education.

Mead, Margaret
1935
Reel 44: 600

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Mencken, H. L.
1935
Reel 44: 601

Re: the Encyclopediaof theNegro.

Miller, Kelly
1935
Reel 44: 601

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Mitchell, Broadus
1935
Reel 44: 602

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Moley, Raymond
1935
Reel 44: 604

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Morton, Ferdinand Q.
1935
Reel 44: 607

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Morton, Ruth
1935
Reel 44: 608

Du Bois' opinion on the feasibility of her accepting the directorship of a Negro school in Alabama and his opinion on integrated faculties at Southern Negro schools.

Moton, R. R.
1935
Reel 44: 610

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Mary White Ovington, Joel Spingarn, Arthur Spingarn. William Pickens, Walter White, Roy Wilkins. Louis T. Wright
1935
Reel 44: 621

Re: Du Bois back salary and other matters.

National Movement for the Establishment of a 49th State. Also: Oscar C. Brown
1935
Reel 44: 669

Negro Peoples Theatre. Also: Rose McClendon
1935
Reel 44: 681

New York Age. Also: Fred R. Moore
1935
Reel 44: 725

Re: Du Bois' early writing for that paper.

New York Amsterdam News. Also: Sadie Warren Davis
1935
Reel 44: 730

Re: a recent strike at the newspaper.

Oberlaender Trust. Also: Wilbur K. Thomas
1935
Reel 44: 757

Re: a proposed study by Du Bois of industrial education in Germany and its application to the American Negro industrial school.

Occony, Marita Bonner
1935
Reel 44: 787

Odum, Howard W.
1935
Reel 44: 789

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Oettle, George S.
1935
Reel 44: 790

Re: South Africa and the Carnegie Corporation

Ovington, Mary White
1935
Reel 44: 819

Re: Black Reconstruction.

Pace, Harry H.
1935
Reel 44: 825

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Park, Robert E.
1935
Reel 44: 828

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Peabody, George Foster
1935
Reel 44: 832

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro, including Peabody's letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt concerning the Encyclopedia.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Thomas Jesse Jones
1935
Reel 44: 843

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Pickens, William
1935
Reel 44: 900

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro, Black Reconstruction.

Pittsburgh Courier. Also: Robert Vann
1935
Reel 44: 906

Re: a possible column by Du Bois in that newspaper.

Pound, Roscoe
1935
Reel 44: 911

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Powell, Adam Clayton, Sr.
1935
Reel 44: 912

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Prairie View State College. Also: W. R. Banks
1935
Reel 44: 914

Re: a conference on the economic life of Negroes in Texas.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1935
Reel 44: 935

Radcliffe-Brown, A. R.
1935
Reel 44: 941

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Randolph, A. Philip
1935
Reel 44: 943

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Ransom, Reverdy C.
1935
Reel 44: 951

Reid, Ira
1935
Reel 44: 954

Re: a Negro Book-of-the-Year Club, the Atlanta Creed, the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Richardson, Willis
1935
Reel 44: 972

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1935
Reel 44: 982

Re: Embree's criticism of the Encyclopedia of the Negro, Du Bois' projected 1936 trip around the world; concerning Du Bois' novels The Quest of the Silver Fleece and Dark Princess and about a projected novel by Du Bois on Atlanta.

Ross, Edward A.
1935
Reel 44: 996

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Scott, Emmett
1935
Reel 44: 1009

Re: Black Reconstruction.

Scribner's Magazine
1935
Reel 44: 1011

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the effects of disfranchisement on the South and about an article on Italy and Ethiopia.

Seldon, Benjamin F.
1935
Reel 44: 1019

Seligman, Edwin R.
1935
Reel 44: 1021

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Seniper, Joseph
1935
Reel 44: 1024

Re: Du Bois' opposition to Marcus Garvey.

Shivery, Henrietta
1935
Reel 44: 1031

Re: her experiences with racial prejudice in Mississippi

Social Science Research Council. Also: Donald Young
1935
Reel 44: 1057

Re: financial support for Du Bois' history of the Negro soldier in World War I.

Somerville, John and Vada
1935
Reel 44: 1067

Re: Du Bois' departure from the NAACP and his work at Atlanta University.

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1935
Reel 44: 10089

Re: Du Bois' financial affairs.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1935
Reel 44: 1110

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Stokes, Anson Phelps
1935
Reel 44: 1127

Letter of introduction from Stokes for Elspeth Huxley.

Streator, George
1935
Reel 44: 1130

Re: the Socialist Party; segregation of an audience at a lecture series in Atlanta; Du Bois' views of the persistence of racial prejudice, consumers' cooperation, the place of the Negro middle class in cooperation, the goal of Negro business. Marxism, violent revolution, the union movement and related areas of Du Bois' economic philosophy and strategy.

Sziklay, Andor
1935
Reel 44: 1147

Re: Sziklay's writings about the American Negro

Tannenbaum, Frank
1935
Reel 44: 1153

Thomas, Norman
1935
Reel 44: 1157

Form letter from Thomas concerning the Scottsboro case.

Thurman, Howard
1935
Reel 44: 1167

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Turner, Thomas W.
1935
Reel 44: 1177

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

U.S. Department of Commerce. Also: Eugene Kinckle Jones
1935
Reel 44: 1185

Re: the National Recovery Administration.

U.S. Department of the Interior. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1935
Reel 44: 1185

Re: the National Recovery Administration.

U.S. Farm Credit Administration. Also: H. A. Hunt
1935
Reel 44: 1190

Re: the National Recovery Administration.

U.S. Liberian Legation. Also: Lester Walton
1935
Reel 44: 1195

Re: Liberia.

U.S. Senate. Also: Arthur Capper
1935
Reel 44: 1206

Communication from Du Bois on the Bankhead Farm Tenant Bill.

U.S. Works Progress Administration. Also: Henry Alsberg
1935
Reel 44: 1207

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Van Doren, Carl
1935
Reel 45: 2

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Vann, Robert L.
1935
Reel 45: 4

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1935
Reel 45: 9

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Walton, Lester A.
1935
Reel 45: 17

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Wesley, Charles H.
1935
Reel 45: 35

Williams, Arnett
1935
Reel 45: 50

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1935
Reel 45: 63

Re: family matters.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Also: Dorothy Detzer
1935
Reel 45: 104

Re: Liberia.

Work, Monroe N.
1935
Reel 45: 112

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Wright, Louis T.
1935
Reel 45: 119

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1935
Reel 45: 127

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Young, Donald
1935
Reel 45: 129

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Young, Pauline
1935
Reel 45: 132

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

A. General Correspondence, 1936
1936

Adams, Numa P.
1936
Reel 45: 227

Letter to Du Bois concerning the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Aery, William
1936
Reel 45: 250

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alexander, Lillian
1936
Reel 45: 256

Alexander, W. G.
1936
Reel 45: 265

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Alexander, Will W.
1936
Reel 45: 268

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

All India Congress Committee. Also: R. M. Lohia
1936
Reel 45: 271

American Committee for Anti-Nazi Literature. Also: Franz Boas
1936
Reel 45: 277

Re: the work of the Committee and on the possibility of Du Bois joining the Committee.

Atlanta University. Also: John Hope, John Whittaker, W. R. Banks, Ira Reid, Florence Read
1936
Reel 45: 305

Re: the work of the Sociology Department; a copy of remarks from the memorial service for John Hope; correspondence with Banks about the selection of a president; materials from Du Bois' classes in sociology.

Banks, W. R.
1936
Reel 45: 396

Bellegarde, Dantes
1936
Reel 45: 405

Re: the Encyclopedia of theNegro.

Bond, Horace Mann
1936
Reel 45: 422

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Brawley, Benjamin
1936
Reel 45: 432

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Bryant, Myra J.
1936
Reel 45: 440

Re: the Scottsboro Case.

Burroughs, William J.
1936
Reel 45: 447

Re: Du Bois' interest in minority groups in the Soviet Union.

Caliver, Ambrose
1936
Reel 45: 463

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Also: Shotwell, James T.
1936
Reel 45: 471

Re: the publication of Du Bois' work on the history of Black soldiers in World War I on possible support for the work by the endowment.

Cayton, Horace R.
1936
Reel 45: 481

Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: Arthur Raper
1936
Reel 45: 538

Cox, Philip
1936
Reel 45: 556

Letter to Du Bois concerning Cox's literary work.

Cromwell, Otelia
1936
Reel 45: 558

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1936
Reel 45: 580

Dett, R. Nathaniel
1936
Reel 45: 596

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Dillard, James H.
1936
Reel 45: 597

Dillard University. Also: Bond,Horace Mann
1936
Reel 45: 602

Dollard, John
1936
Reel 45: 606

Du Bois, Nina
1936
Reel 45: 615

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1936
Reel 45: 785

Re: her book on building American culture; concerning the development of interracial tolerance.

Embree, Edwin R.
1936
Reel 45: 872

Re: the condition of Black journalism and the need for a new periodical; Du Bois' plans for a new journal at Atlanta University; concerning a possible Spingarn Award for John Hope; on the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Emergency Peace Campaign. Also: Harry Emerson Fosdick, Kirby Page, Allan Knight Chalmers, John Dillinghan
1936
Reel 45: 879

Evans, Eva Knox
1936
Reel 45: 897

Re: her writing.

Fellowship of Reconciliation
1936
Reel 45: 905

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1936
Reel 45: 909

Fisk University
1936
Reel 45: 916

Includes correspondence listing Du Bois' favorite books.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1936
Reel 45: 932

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Georgia Teachers and Educational Association. Also: Frank Horne
1936
Reel 45: 951

Includes a statement by Horne on education in the South for Blacks.

Graham, Shirley
1936
Reel 45: 964

Re: her teaching activity and plans.

Graves, Anna Melissa
1936
Reel 45: 975

Greater New York Federation of Churches. Also: Allan Knight Chalmers
1936
Reel 45: 976

Grillo, S. Henry
1936
Reel 45: 978

Re: Du Bois' views of the strategy for the emancipation of the Black race.

Handy, W. C.
1936
Reel 45: 995

Hankins, F. H.
1936
Reel 45: 996

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Hansberry, William Leo
1936
Reel 45: 999

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Harper's Magazine. Also: George R. Leighton
1936
Reel 45: 1025

Re: Leighton's interest in Alabama populace.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1936
Reel 45: 1039

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Yasuichi Hikida
1936
Reel 45: 1041

Re: Du Bois' proposed visit to Japan and the Orient.

Holmes, D. O. W.
1936
Reel 45: 1068

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Horne, Frank S.
1936
Reel 45: 1079

Huggins, Willis N.
1936
Reel 45: 1081

Re: the rncyclopedia of the Negro.

Hurston, Zora Neale
1936
Reel 45: 1084

Huxley, Elspeth
1936
Reel 45: 1085

Indian Social Reformer
1936
Reel 45: 1089

James, Concha Romero
1936
Reel 45: 1120

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Campbell C.
1936
Reel 45: 1136

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Charles S.
1936
Reel 45: 1140

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1936
Reel 45: 1145

Johnson, James Weldon
1936
Reel 45: 1159

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Mordecai W.
1936
Reel 45: 1160

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Jones, Eugene Kinckle
1936
Reel 45

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Klineberg, Otto
1936
Reel 46: 11

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Laski, Harold J.
1936
Reel 46: 21

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Latimer, Catherine
1936
Reel 46: 23

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Leland, Waldo Gifford
1936
Reel 46: 44

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Lindeman, Victor
1936
Reel 46: 52

Re: his objections to Du Bois' proposed research visit to Germany.

Locke, Alain
1936
Reel 46: 58

Re: Du Bois' study of social reconstruction and the Negro.

Logan, Rayford W.
1936
Reel 46: 66

Re: his assistance in planning work for the Encyclopedia of the Negro; a digest of opinions of the need for the Encyclopedia.

Loram, Charles T.
1936
Reel 46: 82

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and on a study of Southern race relations by a group from Yale University.

Lynch, John R.
1936
Reel 46: 94

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Matney, W. C.
1936
Reel 46: 122

Correspondence concerning Matney's work on the Consumers' Cooperative movement.

Mitchell, Broadus
1936
Reel 46: 142

Re: the Encyclopedia of tho Negro.

Moton, R. R.
1936
Reel 46: 156

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Lillian Alexander, Walter White, Joel Spingarn, Arthur Spingarn, Louis T. Wright, Roy Wilkins
1936
Reel 46: 168

Re: back salary owed to Du Bois; correspondence with the District of Columbia Branch (H. S. Pinkett) over the use of the word "nigger." in publications.

New Republic. Also: Malcolm Cowley, Bruce Bliven
1936
Reel 46: 212

Newspaper Guild of New York. Also: Henry Lee Moon
1936
Reel 46: 232

Re: a strike at the New York Amsterdam News.

Oberlaender Trust
1936
Reel 46: 260

Re: Du Bois' research trip to Germany.

Ortiz, Fernando
1936
Reel 46: 309

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Osborne, Herman P.
1936
Reel 46: 317

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Padmore, George
1936
Reel 46: 332

Pattee, Richard
1936
Reel 46: 338

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Rayford W. Logan
1936
Reel 46: 352

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; planning for the Encyclopedia; copies of comments sent by various authorities concerning the need for the Encyclopedia and on their possible participation in the work.

Pickens, William
1936
Reel 46: 502

Pittsburgh Courier. Also: Robert L. Vann
1936
Reel 46: 509

Re: a regular column by Du Bois for that newspaper.

Porter, Dorothy
1936
Reel 46: 552

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Progressive Intercollegiate Alumni Association. Also: George Counts. Reinhold Niebuhr, Elmer Rice, Sydney Prerau
1936
Reel 46: 558

Re: this organization's goal to protect civil liberties and democratic rights on college campuses and Du Bois possible endorsement of it.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1936
Reel 46: 559

Ramos, Arthur
1936
Reel 46: 580

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Reid, Ira
1936
Reel 46: 584

Re: Atlanta University; the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Richardson, William H.
1936
Reel 46: 599

Re: Maud Cuney Hare's death.

Rippy, J. Fred
1936
Reel 46: 604

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Riverside Church. Also: Harry Emerson Fosdick
1936
Reel 46: 607

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Ernbree
1936
Reel 46: 615

Re: consumers' cooperation movements.

Ross, Edward A.
1936
Reel 46: 616

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Russell, Charles Edward
1936
Reel 46: 919

Re: Du Bois' Black Reconstruction.

Russell Sage Foundation. Also: Shelby Harrison
1936
Reel 46: 622

Re: the possible publication of Du Bois history of Black soldiers in the First World War.

Scottsboro Defense Committee. Also: Norman Thomas
1936
Reel 46: 629

Seligman, Edwin R.
1936
Reel 46: 633

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Shivery, Louie D.
1936
Reel 46: 645

Re: her work at Atlanta University on a study of organized social work among Atlanta Blacks.

Sigma Pi Phi. Also: Henry K. Craft
1936
Reel 46: 656

Re: the possibility of Du Bois' seeking the presidency of Atldnta University.

Slaughter, Henry P.
1936
Reel 46: 659

Southern Sociological Society
1936
Reel 46: 687

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1936
Reel 46: 701

Spingarn, Joel E.
1936
Reel 46: 712

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Streator, George
1936
Reel 46: 725

Re: Du Bois' column in the Pittsburgh Courier.

Thompson, Charles H.
1936
Reel 46: 748

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

U.S. Department of Commerce. Also: Eugene Kinckle Jones
1936
Reel 46: 770

Re: Du Bois' study of Blacks in Texas.

U.S. Department of the Interior. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1936
Reel 46: 783

U.S. Farm Credit Administration. Also: H. A. Hunt
1936
Reel 46: 784

U.S. Federal Emergency Relief Administration. Also: Clark Foreman
1936
Reel 46: 786

U.S. Office of Education. Also: Ambrose Caliver
1936
Reel 46: 799

Vann, Robert L.
1936
Reel 46: 829

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1936
Reel 46: 834

Re: a possible Spingarn Award for John Hope; on the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Walton, Lester A.
1936
Reel 46: 840

Re: Liberia; the death of John Hope; other recent news.

Webster, Edgar H.
1936
Reel 46: 845

Re: Black Reconstruction.

Wesley, Charles H.
1936
Reel 46: 847

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Williams, Arnett
1936
Reel 46: 864

Williams, Mary Wilhelmine
1936
Reel 46: 866

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Williams, W. T. B.
1936
Reel 46: 873

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1936
Reel 46: 874

Re: family matters.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Also: Dorothy Detzer
1936
Reel 46: 917

Re: a possible meeting in Europe of representatives of various Black nations.

Work, Monroe N.
1936
Reel 46: 921

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro, including sources of materials for use in preparation of the Encyclopedia.

Wright, Louis T.
1936
Reel 46: 925

Wright, Nadine
1936
Reel 46: 926

Re: the death of Maud Cuney Hare.

Wright, R. R., Sr.
1936
Reel 46: 941

Young, Donald
1936
Reel 46: 949

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

A. General Correspondence, 1937
1937

Alexander, Lillian
1937
Reel 46: 1139

American Association for the Advancement of Science
1937
Reel 46: 1142

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and the proposed Atlanta University journal on race and culture.

American Civil Liberties Union. Also: Roger Baldwin
1937
Reel 46: 154

Re: Du Bois' serving as a speaker for that group.

American Jewish Committee. Also: Leo Stein
1937
Reel 46: 157

Re: newspaper reports of Du Bois' impressions of the status of Jews in Germany.

American League Against War and Fascism. Also: Harry Ward
1937
Reel 46: 162

Statement by Du Bois protesting hostility between Japan and the United States and England.

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Also: Carter G. Woodson
1937
Reel 47: 1

Association of Business and Professional Women of Philadelphia. Also: Sadie T. Alexander
1937
Reel 47: 4

Atlanta University. Also: Florence Read. Rufus Clment, Ira Reid, John Whittaker, Jesse Blayton, Walter Chivers, William H. Dean, Nathaniel Tillman, William S. Braithwaite, W. R. Banks
1937
Reel 47: 11

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; concerning the founding of a new journal on race and culture; concerning Ira Reid's resignation from the University; concerning a possible Sigma Pi Phi meeting at the University; correspondence with W. R. Banks concerning the selection of a new president of the University.

Beals, Carleton
1937
Reel 47: 107

Re: discrimination by the Mexican government against Black Americans wishing to visit that country.

Boardman, Helen
1937
Reel 47: 115

Re: the early American slave trade.

Brawley, Benjamin
1937
Reel 47: 123

Brooks, Van Wyck
1937
Reel 47: 133

Re: the Spanish Civil War.

Brown, Anna Vivian
1937
Reel 47: 134

Re: the attitude of Black voters towards the Democratic Party.

Clement, Rufus E.
1937
Reel 47: 217

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning the presidency of Atlanta University.

Crawford, George W.
1937
Reel 47: 239

Dabney, Wendell P.
1937
Reel 47: 249

Davis, Allison
1937
Reel 47: 256

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Davis, Harry L.
1937
Reel 47: 255

De Cleene, Natal
1937
Reel 47: 261

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Dover, Cedric
1937
Reel 47: 279

Includes an enclosed letter from Lord Olivier introducing Dover.

Dube, John L.
1937
Reel 47: 284

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Du Bois, Vina
1937
Reel 47: 285

Correspondence involving family matters.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1937
Reel 47: 267

Re: her work on inter-cultural understanding.

Embree, Edwin R.
1937
Reel 47: 395

Emergency Peace Campaign. Also: Kirby Page
1937
Reel 47: 396

Evans, Eva Knox
1937
Reel 47: 400

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1937
Reel 47: 420

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1937
Reel 47: 429

Re: the cooperation of Fisk University in establishing a new journal on race and culture.

Frobenius, Leo
1937
Reel 47: 470

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1937
Reel 47: 473

Re: possible support from the Board for the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Graham, Shirley
1937
Reel 47: 493

Re: her theatrical work in Chicago; concerning Du Bois' plays Seven-Up and Black Man.

Gruening, Martha
1937
Reel 47: 530

Harcourt, Brace and Company. Also: Alfred Harcourt
1937
Reel 47: 556

Letter from Du Bois concerning a projected book to be called A Search for Democracy based on his world trip.

Harper's Magazine. Also: George R. Leighton
1937
Reel 47: 567

Re: Leighton's interest in Alabama populism.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1937
Reel 47: 592

Hope, John. John Hope Memorial Fund Committee. Also: Florence Read
1937
Reel 47: 619

Huggins, Willis N.
1937
Reel 47: 631

Huxley, Julian
1937
Reel 47: 639

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Hyams, Barry
1937
Reel 47: 640

Re: Hyams' plan for a play about Nat Turner.

International Committee on African Affairs. Also: Max Yergan
1937
Reel 47: 649

Re: the work of the Committee.

Johnson, Alvin
1937
Reel 47: 668

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Charles S.
1937
Reel 47: 672

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, James Weldon
1937
Reel 47: 679

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Jones, J. O. Rheinallt
1937
Reel 47: 692

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Labouret, H.
1937
Reel 47: 725

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Little, Marion
1937
Reel 47: 748

Re: the racial policies of the Baha'i faith and segregation at a Baha'i meeting in Nashville.

Locke, Alain
1937
Reel 47: 757

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Logan, Rayford W.
1937
Reel 47: 760

Re: the planning and preparatory work for the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Loram, Charles T.
1937
Reel 47: 789

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Lovett, Robert Morss
1937
Reel 47: 801

Re: the possible deportation of two accused radicals.

Macmillan, W. M.
1937
Reel 47: 813

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Malinowski, Bronislaw
1937
Reel 47: 817

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Mathews, Loulie A.
1937
Reel 47: 832

Re: the racial policies of the Baha'i faith and segregation at a Baha'i meeting in Nashville.

Merritt, Katherine Pope
1937
Reel 47: 842

Re: her writing about the slave trade.

Miller, Kelly
1937
Reel 47: 843

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Roy Wilkins. Walter White
1937
Reel 47: 862

National Urban League
1937
Reel 47: 871

Letter of recommendation by Du Bois for Hugh Smythe.

North Georgia Review. Also: Lillian Smith
1937
Reel 47: 919

Re: a review by Du Bois of John Dollard's Caste and Class in a Southern Town; concerning the magazine.

Nyabongo, Akiki
1937
Reel 47: 920

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Oldham, J. H.
1937
Reel 47: 930

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Park, Robert E.
1937
Reel 47: 960

Re: planning and preparatory work for the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning Carter Woodson's plans for a similar work.

Pattee, Richard
1937
Reel 47: 978

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Rayford Logan, Thomas Jesse Jones
1937
Reel 47: 988

Re: preparatory work and planning for the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Pickens, William
1937
Reel 48: 1

Pinkett, H. J.
1937
Reel 48: 3

Re: cooperatives and Pinkett's experiences with them; concerning Pinkett's career and writing.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1937
Reel 48: 51

Ramos, Arthur
1937
Reel 48: 53

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Raper, Arthur
1937
Reel 48: 65

Re: the interest of Black organizations in Georgia in having a federal aid to education bill amended to include the proportional support of both white and black schools.

Reid, Ira
1937
Reel 48: 67

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Julius Rosenwald Fund
1937
Reel 48: 78

Correspondence, including Du Bois' recommendations for Shirley Graham and others.

Russell, Charles Edward
1937
Reel 48: 85

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Louis E. Burnham
1937
Reel 48: 158

Re: plans for a magazine to be issued by the group.

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1937
Reel 48: 182

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; legal matters.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1937
Reel 48: 193

Sterling, Jesse
1937
Reel 48: 196

Includes Du Bois' opinions on the controversy over the power of the Supreme Court and on President Roosevelt's plan to add members to it.

Streator, George
1937
Reel 48: 201

Tannenbaum, Frank
1937
Reel 48: 217

Re: discrimination by the Mexican government against Black Americans wishing to visit that country.

Troconis, Gabriel
1937
Reel 48: 226

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Trotman, Minta B.
1937
Reel 48: 229

Re: the racial policies of the Baha'i faith and concerning segregation at a Baha'i meeting in Nashville, including correspondence with Horace Holley, Louis Gregory, Margarita Smythe.

Union of South Africa. Also: Prime Minister J. B. Hertzog
1937
Reel 48: 284

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

U.S. President's Committee on Vocational Education. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1937
Reel 48: 306

Valle, Rafael Heliodoro
1937
Reel 48: 314

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Mme. C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company
1937
Reel 48: 327

Re: Du Bois' comments about the company in a Pittsburgh Courier column.

Walton, Lester A.
1937
Reel 48: 330

Re: conditions in Liberia and Walton's work as U.S. Minister there.

Wells, H. G.
1937
Reel 48: 342

Westermann, Diedrich
1937
Reel 48: 355

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Williams, Mary Wilhelmine
1937
Reel 48: 370

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Woelfel, Dominik J.
1937
Reel 48: 387

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Work, Monroe N.
1937
Reel 48: 390

Wright, Louis T.
1937
Reel 48: 394

A. General Correspondence, 1938
1938

Adler, Isaac
1938
Reel 48: 458

African. Also: Claude McKay
1938
Reel 48: 478

Re: the plans of McKay and Countee Cullen for this journal.

Alexander, Virginia
1938
Reel 48: 491

Letter from Du Bois including a statement criticizing the value of Carter Woodson's social studies.

Ames, Jessie Daniel
1938
Reel 48: 504

Re: her published letter to Senator Tom Connally about an anti-lynching bill in the Congress.

Arnett, Trevor
1938
Reel 48: 515

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, Florence Read, John Whittaker, Ira Reid
1938
Reel 48: 524

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; a program for Du Bois' 70th birth celebration at the University, including a copy of his A Pageant in Seven Decades, 1868-1938; a memo to Clement urging the retention of William S. Braithwaite on the faculty.

Bechtold, Ludmila
1938
Reel 48: 737

Re: the Baha'i faith.

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1938
Reel 48: 747

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Bond, Horace Mann
1938
Reel 48: 765

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1938
Reel 48: 771

Poem for Du Bois' 70th birthday.

Brawley, Benjamin
1938
Reel 48: 773

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Breyer, Frederick
1938
Reel 48: 776

Includes Du Bois' opinions on the elimination of job discrimination and the establishment of industrial democracy as effective ways to eliminate racial prejudice.

Brown, Anna Vivian
1938
Reel 48: 778

Re: the causes for the increasing support of Blacks for the Democratic Party.

Caliver, Ambrose
1938
Reel 48: 802

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Carver, George Washington
1938
Reel 48: 813

Letter from Rayford Logan to Carver concerning Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Cook, George W.
1938
Reel 48: 842

Letter from Cook concerning his reaction to Black Reconstruction and urging Du Bois to prepare pamphlets on Black history; Du Bois' reaction to Communism.

Cook, Mercer
1938
Reel 48: 843

Crawford, George W.
1938
Reel 48: 852

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Cromwell, Otelia
1938
Reel 48: 853

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Cullen, Countee
1938
Reel 48: 855

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1938
Reel 48: 857

Darrow, Ruby
1938
Reel 48: 868

Letter from Du Bois concerning Clarence Darrow's death.

Davis, Harry E.
1938
Reel 48: 869

Dillard, James H.
1938
Reel 48: 896

Dover, Cedric
1938
Reel 48: 902

Correspondence, including notes from Dover for a letter to Jawaharlal Nehru of India about Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Du Bois, Nina
1938
Reel 48: 906

Family matters.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1938
Reel 48: 921

Correspondence, partially concerning her work with a series of radio scripts on the cultural and ethnic origins of Americans for presentation on the Columbia Broadcasting System.

Eller, Dorothy
1938
Reel 48: 970

Correspondence, including Du Bois' opinion on the future of Negro literature and poetry.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1938
Reel 48: 988

Fisk University. Also: Thomas E. Jones, Andrew Allison
1938
Reel 48: 993

Re: an honorary degree for Du Bois and an outline of his commencement address.

Gallagher, Buell G.
1938
Reel 48: 1057

Gloster, Hugh M.
1938
Reel 48: 1071

Graham, Shirley
1938
Reel 48: 1077

Birthday greetings to Du Bois; concerning her theatrical work and study.

Hansberry, William Leo
1938
Reel 48: 1122

Re: Hansberry's African research.

Harris, Jesse Fauset
1938
Reel 48: 1136

Hawkins, Mason
1938
Reel 48: 1148

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Haynes, George E.
1938
Reel 48: 1152

Birthday greetings to Du Uois.

Hershaw, Lafayette M.
1938
Reel 48: 1162

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1938
Reel 48: 1172

Holmes, John Haynes
1938
Reel 48: 1185

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Horne, Frank S.
1938
Reel 48: 1191

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Hughes, Langston
1938
Reel 48: 1214

Imes, William Lloyd
1938
Reel 49: 1

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Institute of Pacific Relations
1938
Reel 49: 6

Re: Du Bois' membership on the American Council of the Institute.

International African Service Bureau. Also: William E. Harrison, T. R. Makomen
1938
Reel 49: 19

Re: the work of the Bureau.

International Mark Twain Society. Also: Cyril Clemens
1938
Reel 49: 24

Includes a listing by Du Bois of some of his personal characteristics.

Inter-Professional Association. Also: Mary Van Kleeck
1938
Reel 49: 35

Re: a proposed meeting to discuss national and international social and economic problems.

Johnson, Charles S.
1938
Reel 49: 52

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1938
Reel 49: 55

Johnson, Grace Nail
1938
Reel 49: 61

Letter from Du Bois concerning the death of her husband, James Weldon Johnson.

Johnson, James Weldon
1938
Reel 49: 69

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration; concerning the early fund-raising activities of the NAACP.

Jones, Eugene Kinckle
1938
Reel 49: 78

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration

Kelley, Augustus
1938
Reel 49: 106

Re: Du Bois' Black Reconstruction.

Kirwan, L. P.
1938
Reel 49: 119

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

La Farge, Oliver
1938
Reel 49: 130

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Laski, Harold J.
1938
Reel 49: 135

Lehman, Herbert H.
1938
Reel 49: 147

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Logan, Rayford W.
1938
Reel 49: 176

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Loram, Charles T.
1938
Reel 49: 201

Re: South African native laws.

Lynch, John R.
1938
Reel 49: 209

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

McElderry, G. T.
1938
Reel 49: 221

Re: cooperative farming among Southern Blacks and on the 1940 presidential election.

Mays, Benjamin E.
1938
Reel 49: 261

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Miller, Kelly
1938
Reel 49: 266

Birthday greetings to Du Bois; a statement critical of Du Bois' racial strategy.

Modern Age Books. Also: Louis M. Hacker
1938
Reel 49: 284

Re: a possible reprinting of Du Bois' quest of the Silver Fleece.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1938
Reel 49: 302

Re: Myrdal's study of racial problems.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Joel Spingarn, Roy Wilkins. Walter White
1938
Reel 49: 307

Correspondence, including White's correspondence with David O. Selznick about the screenplay for Gone With the Wind.

North Georgia Review. Also: Lillian Smith
1938
Reel 49: 367

Du Bois' observations on the difficulties of editing a high quality periodical.

Nyabongo, Akiki
1938
Reel 49: 374

Ovington, Mary White
1938
Reel 49: 385

Birthday greetings to Du Bois; concerning the problems of a minority group's survival in the nation.

Pace, Harry H.
1938
Reel 49: 389

Park, Robert E.
1938
Reel 49: 401

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Paschal, Andrew G.
1938
Reel 49: 409

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1938
Reel 49: 439

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and the planning and financing of it; including correspondence of the Fund with Jackson Davis of the General Education Board and F. P. Keppel of the Carnegie Corporation.

Pickens, William
1938
Reel 49: 421

Birthday greetings to Du Bois

Portnoff, Alexander
1938
Reel 49: 429

Re: his bust of Du Bois.

Postles, Grace V.
1938
Reel 49: 430

Re: Black novelists' portrayals of Negro life.

Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr.
1938
Reel 49: 432

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1938
Reel 49: 435

Read, Florence
1938
Reel 49: 536

Reddick, Lawrence D.
1938
Reel 49: 539

Redding, J. Saunders
1938
Reel 49: 543

Reid, Ira
1938
Reel 49: 547

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
1938
Reel 49: 564

Invitation to Du Bois to serve on an advisory committee for a repository for Roosevelt's papers.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1938
Reel 49: 568

Du Bois' recommendations for Ira Reid, Shirley Graham, Elizabeth Prophet, Lillian Smith.

Russell, Charles Edward
1938
Reel 49: 598

Birthday greetings to Du Bois; concerning Black Reconstruction.

Sage, Dean
1938
Reel 49: 607

Sanger, Margaret
1938
Reel 49: 614

Letter to Du Bois concerning the publication of her autobiography.

Scottsboro Defense Committee
1938
Reel 49: 617

Press releases

Simon, Kathleen
1938
Reel 49: 658

Recent news

Smith, Lillian R.
1938
Reel 49: 672

Re: her literary plans and application for a Rosenwald Fellowship.

Smythe, Hugh M.
1938
Reel 49: 674

Re: Smythe's application for a Rosenwald Fellowship.

Society for Ethical Culture
1938
Reel 49: 676

Re: the death of Isabel Eaton.

Southern Negro Youth Congress
1938
Reel 49: 681

Invitation to Du Bois to lecture for the Congress.

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1938
Reel 49: 689

Re: Shirley Graham, Rachel Davis DuBois.

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1938
Reel 49: 696

Re: the Walker Manufacturing Company; personal legal matters, birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1938
Reel 49: 705

Re: a possible lecture series by Spingarn at Atlanta University; birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Streator, George
1938
Reel 49: 714

Re: The African; concerning Du Bois' views on racial strategy and Du Bois' suggestion for a conference and a new periodical.

Studin, Charles H.
1938
Reel 49: 718

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Trotman, Minta B.
1938
Reel 49: 748

Re: the Baha'i faith.

U.S. Office of Education. Also: J. W. Studebaker
1938
Reel 49: 759

Re: Du Bois' service as a consultant for a series of radio broadcasts on ethnic and racial backgrounds of Americans.

U.S. President. Also: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1938
Reel 49: 762

Letter from Du Bois praising the series of radio broadcasts on American racial and ethnic backgrounds broadcast by the Columbia Broadcasting System and supported by the U. S. Office of Education.

Wallace, Karl R.
1938
Reel 49: 796

Includes Du Bois' criticism of a paper by Wallace on Booker T. Washington.

White, Walter
1938
Reel 49: 825

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration

White, William Allen
1938
Reel 49: 827

Re: Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1938
Reel 49: 837

Family matters.

Woodward, C. Vann
1938
Reel 49: 851

Work, Monroe N.
1938
Reel 49: 853

Wright, Louis T.
1938
Reel 49: 855

Includes correspondence on Du Bois' birthday celebration.

Yergan, Max
1938
Reel 49: 866

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

A. General Correspondence, 1939
1939

Adler, Elmer
1939
Reel 49: 928

Re: the printing of Phylon.

Alexander, Bob
1939
Reel 49: 939

Correspondence concerning the contribution of the Negro to the Union cause during the Civil War.

Alexander, Lillian
1939
Reel 49: 941

Associated Negro Press. Also: Claude A. Barnett
1939
Reel 49: 961

Re: a possible column by Du Bois.

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, John Whittaker, Walter Chivers, W. R. Banks, Florence Read, Mercer Cook. Ira Reid, Rushton Coulborn
1939
Reel 49: 972

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; concerning the possible election of Walter White to the Board of Trustees; concerning the founding of a new Atlanta University journal, Phylon, concerning the departure of Melvin Kennedy from the faculty.

Banks, W. R.
1939
Reel 49: 1078

Bartlett, Marguerite A.
1939
Reel 49: 1085

Re: the policies of the American Association of University Women towards Black applicants.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1939
Reel 49: 1115

Bunche, Ralph J.
1939
Reel 49: 1129

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Burroughs, Charles
1939
Reel 49: 1140

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Keppel, F. P.
1939
Reel 49: 1144

Letter from Du Bois suggesting that the Corporation consider sending Black Americans to examine conditions in West and South Africa; concerning possible financial support of Elizabeth Prophet; concerning possible financial support for Atlanta University's journal, Phylon.

Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: Will W. Alexander
1939
Reel 49: 1197

Conrad, Earl
1939
Reel 49: 1200

Re: Conrad's biography of Harriet Tubman

Cromwell, Otelia
1939
Reel 49: 1203

Re: a possible revival of the American Negro Academy.

Crowe, William, Jr.
1939
Reel 49: 1206

Re: the relationship of the Southern Presbyterian Church to the Negro and the effects on Blacks of the attitudes of white Christians toward them.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1939
Reel 50: 1

Davis, Harry E.
1939
Reel 50: 12

Correspondence, including Davis' comments on Du Bois' 1938 commencenent address at Fisk University.

Dodson, Owen
1939
Reel 50: 29

Letter from Du Bois congratulating Dodson on his play given at Atlanta University.

Du Bois, Nina
1939
Reel 50: 32

Family matters.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1939
Reel 50: 49

Re: her work on a radio series on different American ethnic and racial groups.

Evans, Eva Knox
1939
Reel 50: 90

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1939
Reel 50: 91

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1939
Reel 50: 104

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1939
Reel 50: 108

Re: Phylon.

Fort Valley State College. Also: Horace Mann Bond
1939
Reel 50: 148

Frazier, E. Franklin
1939
Reel 50: 149

Re: the publication of Frazier's The Negro Family in the United States.

Gallagher, Buell G.
1939
Reel 50: 153

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1939
Reel 50: 158

Re: possible support for Atlanta University's new journal, Phylon; concerning possible research projects for eventual publication in Phylon.

Goldstein, Dorothy
1939
Reel 50: 174

Du Bois' views on Negro workers arid trade unions.

Gollock, L. A.
1939
Reel 50: 176

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Graham, Shirley
1939
Reel 50: 190

Re: her academic and theatrical work.

Hansberry, William Leo
1939
Reel 50: 209

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Harper's Magazine
1939
Reel 50: 212

Correspondence concerning a possible article by Du Bois on the history of and recent developments in Mound Bayou, Mississippi.

Harrison, William E.
1939
Reel 50: 212

Re: Harrison's interest in the cooperative movement.

Haug, Carl F.
1939
Reel 50: 230

Re: the construction of a house in Baltimore for the Du Bois family.

Hawkins, Gregory
1939
Reel 50: 242

Re: the construction of Du Bois' house in Baltimore.

Hercules, Frank
1939
Reel 50: 261

Herskovits, Melville J.
1939
Reel 50: 262

Re: the editorial control of the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Hill, Paul A.
1939
Reel 50: 279

Correspondence about a book by Hill about Woodrow Wilson, including an eight-page statement by Du Bois on his impressions of Wilson and his policies towards Blacks.

Hope, Lugenia
1939
Reel 50: 307

Re: a biography of John Hope, possibly to be written by Du Bois.

Hunter, Monica
1939
Reel 50: 332

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

International Committee on African Affairs. Also: Max Yergan
1939
Reel 50: 343

Re: the work of the Cormnittee.

International Mark Twain Society. Also: Cyril Clemens
1939
Reel 50: 353

Re: the publication of Black Folk: Then and Now and concerning a statement by Du Bois on Negro humor.

Johnson, Dorothy V.
1939
Reel 50: 363

Comments by Du Bois about his childhood in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1939
Reel 50: 364

Johnson, Guy B.
1939
Reel 50: 367

Re: the work and planning for the Encyclopedia of the Negro, including statements by Du Bois on the reasons for such a publication.

Kennedy, Melvin
1939
Reel 50: 412

Re: Kennedy's work in Europe and about his resignation from the faculty of Atlanta University.

Keppel, F. P.
1939
Reel 50: 421

La Farge, Oliver
1939
Reel 50: 428

Logan, Rayford W.
1939
Reel 50: 452

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro and the work and planning for it; concerning a possible contribution by Logan to Phylon.

Loram, Charles T.
1939
Reel 50: 468

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

McElderry, G. T.
1939
Reel 50: 480

Re: cooperative-, and other efforts to improve the economic status of Blacks.

McNutt, Waldo
1939
Reel 50: 494

Re: rumors that Du Bois was receiving funds for Japanese propaganda work; Du Bois' view of Japan.

Malinowski, Bronislaw
1939
Reel 50: 496

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Millis, Mary Raoul
1939
Reel 50: 524

Re: the New York Committee of Fifty-Six.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1939
Reel 50: 555

63-page report by Myrdal on his study of the American Negro with comments by Du Bois on the report; copies of Myrdal's correspondence with the Carnegie Corporation outlining his plans for the study.

Nation. Also: Freda Kirchwey
1939
Reel 50: 602

Includes an assessment by Du Bois of The Nation on its 75th anniversary.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White
1939
Reel 50: 605

Copy of a letter from White to The Atlantic Monthly suggesting an article by Du Bois about Germany.

Negro Peoples Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy.
1939
Reel 50: 606

New York Amsterdam News
1939
Reel 50: 610

Re: a column by Du Bois for that newspaper

New York Committee of Fifty-Six
1939
Reel 50: 624

Re: Du Bois' becoming a sponsor of that Committee and about their petition for an embargo of Nazi Germany.

Non-Partisan Lobby for Economic and Democratic Rights. Also: William P. Robinson
1939
Reel 50: 638

Statement by Du Bois on the rights to vote and to earn a living.

North Georgia Review. Also: Lillian Smith, Paula Snelling
1939
Reel 50: 652

Perdue and White
1939
Reel 50: 669

Re: the construction of Du Bois' home in Baltimore.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1939
Reel 50: 702

Re: planning for and work on the Encyclopedia of them; statements on the reasons for the Encyclopedia; correspondence of the Fund with others, including Guy Johnson and C. G. Seligman, about the Encyclopedia; executive committee minutes; correspondence about possible support by the Fund for Atlanta University's new journal, won.

Reid, Ira
1939
Reel 50: 797

Re: Gunnar Myrdal's study of the Negro in the United States and Du Bois' possible assistance on the work; concerning Atlanta University affairs; concerning publication of Du Bois' Black Folk: Then and Now and other work in progress; recent news.

Rogers, Ben F., Jr.
1939
Reel 50: 821

Biographical information prepared by Du Bois and sent to Rogers, including comments about his past urge to be a creative artist and about crises in his life.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Also: Frank1in D. Roosevelt, Waldo G. Leland
1939
Reel 50: 828

Re: Du Bois' membership on an advisory committee for a repository for Roosevelt's papers; materials concerning the library, including a transcript of the cornerstone ceremony.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1939
Reel 50: 853

Recommendations for Hugh Smythe and others prepared by Du Bois; concerning a possible biography by Du Bois of John Hope.

Sage, Dean
1939
Reel 50: 873

Seligman, C. G.
1939
Reel 50: 893

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Simon, Kathleen
1939
Reel 50: 908

Smythe, Hugh M.
1939
Reel 50: 915

Social Science Research Council
1939
Reel 50: 925

Correspondence, including an application by Du Bois for a grant to aid in the preparation of his autobiography and in the publication of his history of the Black soldier in World War I.

Society of American Historians. Also: Allan Nevins
1939
Reel 50: 936

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Henrietta Shivery, Herman Long
1939
Reel 50: 952

Re: a conference of the group; concerning a proposed festival of Negro culture.

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1939
Reel 50: 970

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1939
Reel 50: 974

Personal legal matters; concerning the illness of Joel Spingarn.

Stolberg, Benjamin
1939
Reel 50: 992

Streator, George
1939
Reel 50: 995

Studin, Charles H.
1939
Reel 50: 999

Stuhardt, J. A.
1939
Reel 50: 1001

Concerning. Stuhardt's writings about South African race relations.

Thompson, Charles H.
1939
Reel 50: 1053

Re: the Encyclopedia of-the Negro.

Tutweiler, Julia B.
1939
Reel 50: 1053

Re: her reaction to the bitterness of Souls of Black Folk.

U.S. Farm Security Administration. Also: Will W. Alexander
1939
Reel 50: 1066

Information on projects involving Negroes and on the work of the Farm Security Administration.

U.S. Housing Authority. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1939
Reel 50: 1068

Information on racial occupancy of housing projects.

U.S. Office of Education. Also: J. W. Studebaker
1939
Reel 50: 1090

Re: the series of radio broadcasts on racial and ethnic backgrounds of Americans for which Du Bois served as a consultant.

Voice of Ethiopia. Also: Malaku E. Bayen
1939
Reel 50: 1100

Walsh, William J.
1939
Reel 50: 1102

Re: Walsh's work for the Conference of Catholic Clergy on Negro Welfare.

Walton, Lester A.
1939
Reel 50: 1105

Re: events in Liberia; a copy of Walton's commencement address at Liberia College from 1938.

Weber, John L.
1939
Reel 50: 1115

Defense by Weber of Nazi Germany.

Webster, Edgar H.
1939
Reel 50: 1125

Westermann, Giedrich
1939
Reel 50: 1131

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Williams, Du Bois
1939
Reel 50: 1144

Letters sent by Du Bois to his granddaughter.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1939
Reel 50: 1156

Family matters.

World Rally Against Racialism and Antisemitism. Also: Bernard Lecache
1939
Reel 50: 1189

Re: their international congresses.

Wright, Louis T.
1939
Reel 50: 1198

Wright, R. R., Sr.
1939
Reel 50: 1200

A. General Correspondence, 1940
1940

Adler, Elmer
1940
Reel 51: 63

Re: the printing of Phylon.

Alexander, Lillian
1940
Reel 51: 72

Includes correspondence concerning Shirley Graham.

Alexander, Virginia
1940
Reel 51: 78

Includes Du Bois' comments on Atlanta University matters.

Alland, Alexander
1940
Reel 51: 82

Re: a proposed book on Negroes in America commemorating the 75th anniversary of the abolition of slavery to be prepared jointly by Du Bois and Alland.

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression. Also: Henry L. Stimson
1940
Reel 51: 92

American Historical Association. Also: Merle Curti, Mary Wilhelmine Williams
1940
Reel 51: 93

Re: a convention meeting on Negro history.

American Negro Exposition. Also: Horace Cayton
1940
Reel 51: 102

Re: an exhibition on the development of the American Negro.

Atlanta Constitution. Also: Ralph McGill
1940
Reel 51: 121

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, Florence Read, Ira Reid, John Whittaker, Rushton Coulborn, Mercer Cook, W. R. Banks, Dean Sage
1940
Reel 51: 123

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; concerning the funding and operation of Phylon; letters to Banks and Sage concerning President Clement, the University and funding for Phylon; concerning a proposed Phylon Institute on the economic condition of the American Negro.

Bellegarde, Dantes
1940
Reel 51: 322

Bond, Horace Mann
1940
Reel 51: 332

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Charles Dollard, Ralph J. Bunche, F. P. Keppel
1940
Reel 51: 358

Re: the Corporation's sponsorship of Gunnar Myrdal's study of the American Negro; concerning possible financial support for m;concerning Du Bois' study of the economic condition of the American Negro and plans for a Phylon Institute on the subject.

City of St. Jude. Also: Harold Purcell
1940
Reel 51: 395

Re: the work of this mission in Montgomery, Alabama and the work of the Catholic Church in general among American Blacks.

Cockrane, Mrs. J. G.
1940
Reel 51: 401

Information on the Negro problem, including Du Bois' opinion on the possibility of a separate cooperative state for Negroes.

Collins, Leslie M.
1940
Reel 51: 407

Craft, Henry K.
1940
Reel 51: 415

Re: Shirley Graham.

Curti, Merle
1940
Reel 51: 416

Dabney, Wendell P.
1940
Reel 51: 418

Darrow, Ruby
1940
Reel 51: 419

Re: a biography of Clarence Darrow which was to be written by Irving Stone.

Davis, Harry E.
1940
Reel 51: 420

DeKonza, E. M.
1940
Reel 51: 434

Re: the use of the term "Ethiopians" to describe the Black race.

Descendants of the American Revolution
1940
Reel 51: 442

Re: Du Bois' family genealogy and his past controversy with the Sons of the American Revolution over possible membership in that group; concerning membership in the Descendants of the American Revolution.

Dilliard, Irving
1940
Reel 51: 450

Du Bois, Nina
1940
Reel 51: 455

Family matters.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1940
Reel 51: 475

Re: her work in intercultural education; a statement by W. E. B. Du Bois on ways in which Blacks can contribute to national defense; a speech by Rachel Davis DuBois on intercultural education and democracy's defense.

Du Bois Society of Cincinnati. Also: Frederick Breyer
1940
Reel 51: 518

Embree, Edwin R.
1940
Reel 51: 523

Evans, Eva Knox
1940
Reel 51: 528

Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation
1940
Reel 51: 530

Re: possible financial support for a series of Phylon Institutes at Atlanta University to study the economic condition of the Negro.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1940
Reel 51: 535

Fisk University
1940
Reel 51: 545

Letter to the Fisk News concerning Du Bois' student years at the university.

Fort Valley State College. Also: Horace Mann Bond
1940
Reel 51: 551

Franklin, John Hope
1940
Reel 51: 554

Re: college-level courses on the American Negro offered prior to 1914.

French, Edwin M.
1940
Reel 51: 556

Re: the musical work of Stephen C. Foster.

Friedman, Ralph
1940
Reel 51: 558

Re: Black Reconstruction.

Friends of Africa. Also: F. H. Hammurabi
1940
Reel 51: 560

Re: books on African history.

Gallagher, Buell G.
1940
Reel 51: 564

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1940
Reel 51: 569

Re: Phylon and including outlines of several studies which Du Bois suggested could be made, with the results to be published in Phylon.

Graham, Shirley
1940
Reel 51: 579

Re: her theatrical work and including an exchange of comments on Richard Wright's Native Son.

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1940
Reel 51: 599

Recommendations by Du Bois for Hale Woodruff and Elizabeth Prophet.

Hayford, Archie Casely
1940
Reel 51: 657

Hercules, Frank
1940
Reel 51: 662

Holmes, John Haynes
1940
Reel 51: 669

Re: a possible study of the Black population of eastern Maryland.

Henry Holt and Company. Also: Sloane, William
1940
Reel 51: 673

Re: possible publication of a volume of Du Bois' short stories.

Hughes, Langston
1940
Reel 51: 706

Re: a contribution by Hughes to Phylon.

Johnson, Charles S.
1940
Reel 51: 734

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1940
Reel 51: 739

Johnson, Guy B.
1940
Reel 51: 740

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Klingberg, Frank J.
1940
Reel 51: 784

Re: the number of Negroes who immigrated to the New World.

La Guardia, Fiorello H.
1940
Reel 51: 788

Invitation from Du Bois to visit Atlanta University

League for Industrial Democracy. Also: Harry W. Laidler
1940
Reel 51: 789

Re: the 35th anniversary of the group.

Lewis, William Arthur
1940
Reel 51: 800

Re: possible articles by Lewis on the West Indies.

Lincoln University (Mo.). Also: Sherman Scruggs
1940
Reel 51: 805

Re: an address to he delivered by Du Bois at the University.

Locke, Alain
1940
Reel 51: 815

Logan, Rayford W.
1940
Reel 51: 819

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Loram, Charles T.
1940
Reel 51: 837

Malinowski, Bronislaw
1940
Reel 51: 848

Martin, Eugene M.
1940
Reel 51: 852

Re: a possible meeting of Atlanta University alumni to discuss plans for Phylon.

Miller, Annie
1940
Reel 51: 875

Re: the death of her husband, Kelly Miller.

Morehouse College. Also: Benjamin E. Mays, B. R. Brazeal
1940
Reel 51: 886

Morris, O. M.
1940
Reel 51: 897

Re: the racial descent of Alexander Hamilton

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Roy Wilkins
1940
Reel 51: 902

National Committee for the Participation of Negroes. Also: T. Arnold Hill
1940
Reel 51: 906

Correspondence with this group concerning the New York World's Fair of 1940.

National Memorial to the Progress of the Colored Race in America. Also: Julia West Hamilton
1940
Reel 51: 925

National Sharecroppers Week Organizing Committee
1940
Reel 51: 930

Re: Du Bois' sponsorship of this group which was under the auspices of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union.

National Urban League. Also: Eugene Kinckle Jones
1940
Reel 51: 938

University of North Carolina Press. Also: W. T. Couch
1940
Reel 51: 972

Re: the possible publication of a Du Bois manuscript on Negro education and concerning a possible series of biographies by Du Bois of Charles Young, John Hope and Henry Hunt.

Noyes, H. A.
1940
Reel 51: 984

Re: Noyes' comments on Karl Marx and on the abilities of the colored races.

Paynter, John H.
1940
Reel 51: 1011

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Thomas Jesse Jones
1940
Reel 51: 1033

Re: the work on the Encyclopedia of the Negro and on the possible assistance of the Library of Congress in the preparatory work; concerning a biographical article by Du Bois on Robert R. Moton.

Philipps, Tracy
1940
Reel 51: 1109

Porter, Kenneth Wiggins
1940
Reel 51: 1113

Re: possible biographical sketches in the Encyclopedia of the Negro on early Black-Indian leaders.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1940
Reel 51: 1122

Reid, Ira
1940
Reel 51: 1132

Re: the preparation of Du Bois' autobiography, Dusk of Dawn.

Richardson, Harry V.
1940
Reel 51: 1138

Re: a statement by Richardson on Negro Methodism.

Richardson, William H.
1940
Reel 51: 1145

Re: Maud Cuney Hare.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1940
Reel 51: 1159

Partially concerning plans for a Phylon Institute on economic conditions affecting Blacks; concerning Shirley Graham.

Russell, Charles Edward
1940
Reel 51: 1174

Seligman, Herbert J.
1940
Reel 52: 21

Simon, Kathleen
1940
Reel 52: 40

Southern Sociological Society. Also: Arthur Raper
1940
Reel 52: 61

Re: Du Bois' participation in a meeting of the Society.

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1940
Reel 52: 73

Includes a letter from Du Bois to President Read stating his reasons for declining a speaking invitation at the College; concerning a meeting with members of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Spingarn, Amy
1940
Reel 52: 80

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1940
Reel 52: 82

Re: Alexander Alland; concerning possible support for Phylon; concerning Shirley Graham; concerning a possible book of Du Bois' poetry, plays, and stories.

Streator, George
1940
Reel 52: 95

Re: a possible article by Streator for Phylon.

Tebeau, A. C.
1940
Reel 52: 125

Re: the Episcopal Church and Negro education.

U.S. Library of Congress
1940
Reel 52: 173

Re: possible assistance of the Library of Congress in preparation of the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

U.S. Selective Service System. Also: Clarence Dykstra
1940
Reel 52: 182

Re: possible racial discrimination in the operation of the selective service system.

U.S. Works Projects Administration. Also: Arna Bontemps
1940
Reel 52: 194

Re: possible cooperation of the Administration with the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Van Duyn, Florence
1940
Reel 52: 197

Re: important Black women in American history.

Vaughan, George
1940
Reel 52: 199

Re: a book by Vaughan

Voice of Ethiopia. Also: Malaku E. Bayen
1940
Reel 52: 203

Weaver, Robert C.
1940
Reel 52: 716

Re: an article by Weaver for Phylon.

Webster, Edgar H.
1940
Reel 52: 219

Wells, H. G.
1940
Reel 52: 228

Invitation from DU Bois for Wells to visit Atlanta University.

West, Donald L.
1940
Reel 52: 232

Re: peonage in Georgia.

Wilberforce University. Also: D. Ormonde Walker, V. V. Oak
1940
Reel 52: 242

Re: Du Bois' service as a commencement speaker and about the possible publication of his commencement address in the Wilberforce University Quarterly, including a letter from the Journal of Negro Education about publication of the address in that journal.

Williams, Du Bois
1940
Reel 52: 286

Letters from Du Bois to his granddaughter.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1940
Reel 52: 301

Re: family matters.

Work, Monroe N.
1940
Reel 52: 327

Re: possible collaboration between Du Bois and work on Negro bibliography as part of the preparation of the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

World Rally Against Racialism and Antisemitism. Also: Bernard Lecache
1940
Reel 52: 329

Young, Ada
1940
Reel 52: 336

Re: Wilberforce University.

A. General Correspondence, 1941
1941

Adler, Elmer
1941
Reel 52: 360

Re: the printing of Phylon.

Alexander, Lillian
1941
Reel 52: 379

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1941
Reel 52: 382

Re: a possible article by her on Henry O. Tanner.

American Council of Learned Societies
1941
Reel 52: 396

Re: a meeting on intellectual cooperation in Cuba which Du Bois was to attend.

American Missionary Association. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1941
Reel 52: 409

Atlanta Federal Penitentiary
1941
Reel 52: 431

Letter from Du Bois requesting permission to visit Pedro Albizu Campos.

Atlanta Life Insurance Company. Also: J. Richardson Jones
1941
Reel 52: 435

Outline by Du Bois on the history of Blacks in Africa.

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, Florence Read, Dean Sage, John Whittaker, Ira Reid, Rusnton Coulborn, Mercer Cook, W. R. Banks
1941
Reel 52: 490

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; concerning Phylon and the Phylon Institute on the economic condition of the American Negro; program and list of participants in Institute; concerning the possibility of Du Bois serving as a visiting professor at New York University; concerning Rufus Clement.

Atlantic Monthly. Also: Edward Sleeks
1941
Reel 52: 581

Re: possible articles by Du Bois on the future of Europe in Africa and on the future of the Negro in America.

Banks, W. R.
1941
Reel 52: 589

Beale, Howard K.
1941
Reel 52: 593

Bellegarde, Dantes
1941
Reel 52: 601

Billikopf, Jacob
1941
Reel 52: 604

Re: a racial incident at the University of Pennsylvania.

Birth Control Federation of America. Also: Florence Rose
1941
Reel 52: 615

Re: Du Bois' service on their Advisory Council.

Birth Control Federation of America. Also: Florence Rose
1941
Reel 52: 615

Re: Du Bois' service on their Advisory Council.

Blayton, Jesse E.
1941
Reel 52: 642

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Boardman, Helen
1941
Reel 52: 646

Re: William Pickens and his recent appointment to a government position; concerning past controversies of Du Bois within the NAACP.

Bond, Horace Mann
1941
Reel 52: 652

Brown, Sterling
1941
Reel 52: 657

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Dollard, Charles
1941
Reel 52: 679

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Also: Finch,George A.
1941
Reel 52: 681

Re: the Pan-African Congress.

Cayton, Horace R.
1941
Reel 52: 689

Re: the won Institute.

Chicago Defender. Also: Sherman Briscoe
1941
Reel 52: 712

Re: an editorial by Metz Lochard on Du Bois' attitude towards segregated education.

Chivers, Walter R.
1941
Reel 52: 716

Request to Chivers for an article on Heman Perry and the Standard Life Insurance Company of Atlanta.

Citizens Committee to Free Earl Browder. Also: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Louis Weinstock
1941
Reel 52: 726

Clarke, Edwin L.
1941
Reel 52: 728

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Cook, Mercer
1941
Reel 52: 745

Cromwell, Otelia
1941
Reel 52: 759

Re: the American Negro Academy and including a copy of the constitution of the Academy.

Cullen, Countee
1941
Reel 52: 774

Curti, Merle
1941
Reel 52: 775

Thomas L. Dabney Appreciation Committee
1941
Reel 52: 779

Re: the work of Dabney for equal salaries for Black teachers.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1941
Reel 52: 781

Re: the American Negro Academy.

Davis, Harry E.
1941
Reel 52: 786

Dean, William H.
1941
Reel 52: 799

Descendants of the American Revolution
1941
Reel 52: 805

Re: Du Bois' possible membership

Dilliard, Irving
1941
Reel 52: 808

Invitation to Dilliard to attend the Phylon Institute.

Du Bois, Nina
1941
Reel 52: 814

Family matters, recent news.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1941
Reel 52: 828

Re: the possibility of Du Bois teaching at New York University; recent news; concerning her work.

E. P. Dutton and Company
1941
Reel 52: 870

Re: Du Bois' proposed book of stories, plays and poems.

Ede, H. S.
1941
Reel 52: 876

Ewing, William C.
1941
Reel 52: 861

Re: Black Folk: Then and Now.

Edward A. Filene Good Will Fund. Also: Percy S. Brown
1941
Reel 52: 889

Re: possible support by the Fund for the Institutes to study the economic condition of the American Negro and for further work on consumers' cooperation among American Negroes.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1941
Reel 52: 901

Fisk University. Also: Andrew J. Allison
1941
Reel 52: 926

Re: the attitude of the University towards national defense and World War II; concerning an address by Du Bois at Fisk University.

Fort Valley State College. Also: Horace Mann Bond
1941
Reel 52: 964

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1941
Reel 52: 969

Re: the Phylon Institute.

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1941
Reel 52: 983

Re: possible financial assistance for Phylon.

Graham, Shirley
1941
Reel 52: 1004

Re: her theatrical work.

Gray, Marshall
1941
Reel 52: 1022

Includes Du Bois' opinion on the attitude of the movie industry towards the Negro.

Hampton lnstitute. Also: Malcolm S. MacLean
1941
Reel 52: 1046

Re: the Phylon Institute; concerning Du Bois' request to the Filene Fund for support in developing a consumers' cooperative rnovement among Negroes and concerning Hampton ' s support of cooperatives in Virginia.

Handy, W. C.
1941
Reel 52: 1063

Harlan, Esther
1941
Reel 52: 1067

Re: a possible radio series of Negro spirituals from Louisiana.

Hayford, Archie Casely
1941
Reel 52: 1075

Herskovits, Melville J.
1941
Reel 52: 1080

High, Helen
1941
Reel 52: 1082

Du Bois' opinions on the best way for an individual to attack problems of race and culture.

Holland, Gertrude
1941
Reel 52: 1089

Re: her resignation from Wilberforce University.

Horne, Frank S.
1941
Reel 52: 1095

Re: Du Bois' speech at Lincoln University, Missouri.

Howard University. Also: Mordecai Johnson, Abram L. Harris
1941
Reel 52: 1106

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Hubert, Giles A.
1941
Reel 52: 1112

Re: the Institute

Hughes, Langston
1941
Reel 52: 1113

Includes a signed copy of Hughes' first published poel, The Negro Speaks of Rivers.

Hunt, Florence J.
1941
Reel 52: 1116

Re: her husband, Henry A. Hunt.

Jefferson, John Brown
1941
Reel 52: 1127

Re: the effects of the war on attempts to base a Negro cooperative effort upon imports and exports.

Johnson, Charles S.
1941
Reel 52: 1131

Re: the Phylon Institute; concerning a possible article by Johnson in Phylon.

Johnson, Guy B.
1941
Reel 52: 1140

Re: the Phylon lnstitute and the Encyclopedia of the Negro

Johnson, William J.
1941
Reel 52: 1143

Re: the treatment of Blacks in France and England.

Liberia. Also: President Edwin J. Barclay
1941
Reel 52: 1203

Re: an Order of African Redemption award given to Du Bois by Liberia.

Logan, Rayford W.
1941
Reel 52: 1215

Re: the Phylon Institute; concerning a possible Pan- African Congress after the war.

Mandelstam, Abraham
1941
Reel 53: 14

Du Bois' recollection of a mix-up in speaking dates during 1902 and the resulting confusion.

Morehouse College. Also: Benjamin E. Mays
1941
Reel 53: 46

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Morris Brown College. Also: W. A. Fountain
1941
Reel 53: 56

Re: plans for future Phylon Institutes.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1941
Reel 53: 60

Re: Myrdal's study of the American Negro

Nation. Also: Richard H. Rovere
1941
Reel 53: 64

Re: a possible Du Bois article on the work of the Phylon Institute in studying the economic condition of Negroes.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White
1941
Reel 53: 70

Includes copies of White's correspondence with J. W. Studebaker of the U.S. Office of Education concerning a possible review of textbooks used in American schools in order to identify errors and omissions about the American Negro.

New Masses. Also: Joseph North
1941
Reel 53: 106

Statement from Du Bois on the war between Germany and the U. S. S. R.

New York (N.Y.). Department of Welfare
1941
Reel 53: 119

Re: Du Bois' half brother, Adelbert Burghardt.

New York University. Also: George Payne
1941
Reel 53: 123

Re: the possibility of Du Bois serving as a visiting professor at the University in the fall of 1941.

Allardyce Nicoll
1941
Reel 53: 134

Re: a play by Shirley Graham which was presented at Yale University.

Oak, V. V.
1941
Reel 53: 158

Oklahoma Art Sale Committee. Also: Josephine Truslow Adams
1941
Reel 53: 163

Re: Du Bois' sponsorship of the art sale to raise funds for Oklahoma criminal syndicalism cases.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1941
Reel 53: 194

Re: plans for the Encyclopedia of the Ne ro; on possible cooperation between the Encyclopedia of the Negro and the Works Projects Administration's Illinois Writers' Project; copies of Stokes' correspondence with Will Alexander, Rayford Logan, Arna Bontanps, Rufus Clement; concerning possible support by the Carnegie Corporation and the General Education Board for the Encyclopedia.; concerning Du Bois' possible resignation as Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopedia; concerning a Phelps-Stokes Fund Conference on Africa and Peace Aims.

Philipps, Tracy
1941
Reel 53: 263

Re: the Phylon Institute

Prairie View State College. Also: W. R. Banks
1941
Reel 53: 275

Re: a planned educational conference at the College which was to study Black domestic servants in Texas.

Prophet, Elizabeth
1941
Reel 53: 283

Reid, Ira
1941
Reel 53: 291

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1941
Reel 53: 300

Re: the Phylon Institute; concerning the Encyclopedia of the Negro and possible assistance for it by the Works Projects Administration.

Simon, Kathleen
1941
Reel 53: 340

Smith, Jose J.
1941
Reel 53: 343

Re: a proposed study by Smith of the Negro on the Isthmus of Panama.

Social Science Research Council
1941
Reel 53: 345

Re: the Phylon Institutes and their planned work studying the economic condition of the American Negro.

Southern Conference for Human Welfare. Also: John B. Thompson
1941
Reel 53: 360

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Esther V. Cooper, Louis E. Burnham
1941
Reel 53: 365

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1941
Reel 53: 376

Spingarn, Amy
1941
Reel 53: 382

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1941
Reel 53: 384

Stone, Irving
1941
Reel 53: 388

Re: Stone's biography of Clarence Darrow

Streator, George
1941
Reel 53: 392

Talladega College. Also: Buell G. Gallagher
1941
Reel 53: 397

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Texas College. Also: Ernest E. Neal
1941
Reel 53: 409

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Tuskegee Institute. Also: Frederick D. Fatterson
1941
Reel 53: 432

Re: the Phylon Institute; summaries of reports concerning Black families in Tyler, Texas and South County, Texas; concerning possible support by the Filene Fund for a study of Negro consumer cooperation.

Twentieth Century Fund. Also: J. Frederic Dewhurst
1941
Reel 53: 452

Re: possible support by the Fund for the Phylon Institute and for the consumers' cooperative movement among American Blacks.

U.S. Liberian Minister. Also: Lester Walton
1941
Reel 53: 475

Re: an Order of African Redemption award which Du Bois was to have received in 1908 from, Liberia, and Du Bois' current request to Walton for assistance in securing such an award.

U.S. Office of Education. Also: Ambrose Caliver, J. W. Studebaker
1941
Reel 53: 482

Re: Du Bois' serving on an advisory committee for a series of radio broadcasts on Negroes in American life; Du Bois' suggestions on the role of the Negro in the Civil War.

U.S. Office of Production Management. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1941
Reel 53: 493

Re: the Phylon Institute.

U.S. Works Projects Administration. Also: Arna Bontemps
1941
Reel 53: 499

Re: possible assistance by the Illinois Writers' Project for the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Van Lennep, E. J.
1941
Reel 53: 523

Re: the relation of income to personal effort; concerning current conditions in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Weaver, Archie
1941
Reel 53: 592

Re: William Pickens and the NAACP.

Webster, Edgar H.
1941
Reel 53: 553

Wesley, Charles H.
1941
Reel 53: 560

Re: the American Negro Academy.

West Virginia State College. Also: John W. Davis
1941
Reel 53: 565

Re: the Phylon Institute.

Williams, Du Bois
1941
Reel 53: 606

Letters from Du Bois to his granddaughter.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1941
Reel 53: 609

Re: family matters, recent news.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
1941
Reel 53: 620

Wright, R. R., Sr.
1941
Reel 53: 636

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1941
Reel 53: 642

A. General Correspondence, 1942
1942

Abyssinian Baptist Church. Also: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1942
Reel 53: 682

Adler, Elmer
1942
Reel 53: 683

Re: the printing of Phylon

Alexander, Lillian
1942
Reel 53: 686

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1942
Reel 53: 687

American Missionary Association. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1942
Reel 53: 710

Association of Presidents of Negro Land Grant Colleges. Also: R. B. Atwood, Malcolm S. MacLean
1942
Reel 53: 717

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, Dean Sage, W. R. Banks, Ira Reid, John Whittaker, Florence Read
1942
Reel 53: 730

Re: University and Sociology Department matters; concerning Phylon, including the planned special issue at the time of Atlanta University's 75th anniversary.

Atlantic Monthly. Also: Edward Weeks
1942
Reel 53: 810

Re: a possible Du Bois article on race relations in America.

Banks, W. R.
1942
Reel 53: 816

Bond, Horace Mann
1942
Reel 53: 828

Brown, John S.
1942
Reel 53: 836

Re: Du Bois' half brother, Adelbert Burghardt

Burroughs, Alison
1942
Reel 53: 845

Re: Charles Burroughs and Maud Cuney Hare.

Carnegie Corporation. Also: Dollard, Charles
1942
Reel 53: 849

Re: plans for a series of conferences and studies of the econon~ic condition and social problems of the American Negro.

Citizens Committee. Also: R. R. Wright, Sr.
1942
Reel 53: 869

Citizens Committee to Free Earl Browder. Also: Louis Weinstock, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
1942
Reel 53: 871

Cook, Mercer
1942
Reel 53: 887

Cooper, Anna J.
1942
Reel 53: 890

Copy of her pamphlet, Legislative Measures Concerning Slavery in the United States.

Coulborn, Rushton
1942
Reel 53: 901

Council on African Affairs
1942
Reel 53: 904

Copy of a newsletter from the Council.

Davis, Allison
1942
Reel 53: 915

Davis, Harry E.
1942
Reel 53: 916

Drake, Thomas E.
1942
Reel 53: 922

Re: Quaker-Negro marriages.

Du Bois, Nina
1942
Reel 53: 927

Re: family matters, recent news.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1942
Reel 53: 943

Recent news; concerning her work in intercultural education.

Eisenstaedt, Alfred
1942
Reel 53: 979

Recollections of Du Bois' study in Germany in the 1890s.

Embree, Edwin R.
1942
Reel 53: 985

Re: a book by Embree.

Edward A. Filene Good Will Fund. Also: Percy S. Brown
1942
Reel 53: 989

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1942
Reel 53: 993

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1942
Reel 53: 1002

Fortune. Also: Ralph D. Paine, Jr.
1942
Reel 53: 1010

Re: a possible article by Du Bois discussing the impact of World War I1 on world racial equality.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1942
Reel 53: 1015

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1942
Reel 53: 1030

Re: possible support by the Board for a special issue of Phylon for Atlanta University's 75th anniversary.

Graham, Shirley
1942
Reel 53: 1036

Re: her work and controversies at Fort Huachuca, Arizona for the United Service Organizations (UW).

Harvard Club of New York
1942
Reel 53: 1082

Re: an invitation to Du Bois to join the Club.

Herndon, Norris
1942
Reel 53: 1096

Re: a possible contribution from Herndon for the special issue of Phylon for Atlanta University's 75th anniversary.

Holmes, John Haynes
1942
Reel 53: 1103

Re: A. G. Dill.

Howard University
1942
Reel 53: 1111

Letter of recommendation from Du Bois for Shirley Graham.

Hubert, Benjamin F.
1942
Reel 53: 1113

Du Bois' opinions on the importance of higher education.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1942
Reel 53: 1118

Logan, Rayford W.
1942
Reel 53: 1155

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro

Mays, Benjamin E.
1942
Reel 53: 1198

Re: a planned meeting in Durham, North Carolina of the Southern Congress on Race Relations to discuss post-war race relations.

Morehouse College. Also: Benjamin E. Mays
1942
Reel 53: 1209

Myrdal, Gunnar
1942
Reel 53: 1234

Letter from Myrdal's secretary thanking Du Bois for his assistance to Myrdal.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White
1942
Reel 54: 1

Re: a possible presidential commission to visit India and consider future relations between India and England.

National Negro Newspaper Week. Also: Moss H. Kendrir
1942
Reel 54: 10

Statement from Du Bois on his early work as a local correspondent in Great Barrington, Mass., for the New York Globe and on the current status of the Negro press.

Neptune, Mae
1942
Reel 54: 16

Re: her retirement from Spelman College.

New Republic. Also: Bruce Bliven, Thomas Sancton
1942
Reel 54: 20

Re: plans for a supplement on the Negro.

New Times and Ethiopia News. Also: E. Sylvia Pankhurst
1942
Reel 54: 23

North Carolina College for Negroes. Also: James E. Shepard
1942
Reel 54: 38

Re: a possible conference on economic conditions affecting Negroes.

Nyabongo, Akiki
1942
Reel 54: 49

Odum, Howard W.
1942
Reel 54: 53

Re: Oduni's interest in regionalism and Du Bois' plan for conferences to study social conditions of Negroes.

Peyler, Westbrook
1942
Reel 54: 60

Letter from Du Bois enclosing sample copies of Phylon.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1942
Reel 54: 63

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning a special issue of Phylon for Atlanta University's 75th anniversary; minutes and correspondence concerning the work of the Committee on Africa and Peace Aims (later the Committee on Africa, the War, and Peace Aims) on which Du Bois served; concerning published comments by Du Bois on Charles George Gordon and the British Empire.

Pickens, William
1942
Reel 54: 118

Re: Pickens' controversy with the NAACP and including references to a 1931 controversy over the actions of Falter White in the organization.

Post War World Council. Also: Mary W. Hillyer
1942
Reel 54: 136

Re: treatment of Japanese in the United States.

Reid, Ira
1942
Reel 54: 151

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1942
Reel 54: 164

Re: possible support by the Fund for a special issue of Phylon for the 75th anniversary of Atlanta University; requesting financial support for a project for cooperative effort in studying social conditions of American Negroes which was to be sponsored by the Association of Presidents of Negro Land Grant Colleges.

Sforza, Carlo
1942
Reel 54: 186

Simon, Kathleen
1942
Reel 54: 204

Smith, Jose J.
1942
Reel 54: 216

Re: a proposed study by Smith of Negroes in the Isthmus of Panama.

Southern Conference on Race Relations. Also: Gordon B. Hancock
1942
Reel 54: 216

Re: their meeting in Durham, N. C. to discuss post-war race relations.

Southern Historical Association
1942
Reel 54: 222

Letter from Du Bois resigning from the Association because of its attitude towards Black members.

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Louis L. Burnham, Charles G. Gomillion, F. D. Patterson
1942
Reel 54: 225

Re: Du Bois' service on the Advisory Board; minutes of the Advisory Board.

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read, Trevor Arnett
1942
Reel 54: 246

Re: the retirement of Mae Neptune and including a letter of Read to Arnett on this subject.

Stimson, Henry L.
1942
Reel 54: 251

Letter to Du Bois concerning possible financial assistance by Stimson to Atlanta University.

Streator, George
1942
Reel 54: 251

Terrell, Mary Church
1942
Reel 54: 259

True, Peggy
1942
Reel 54: 265

Re: the Baha'i faith and Du Bois' attitude towards that movement

U.S. Office of War Information. Also: Theodore M. Berry, Chandler Owen
1942
Reel 54: 279

Re: Du Bois' thoughts on the comparative treatment of the American Negro in the military during World War I and World War II.

U.S. War Manpower Commission. Also: Cy Wilson Record
1942
Reel 54: 286

Re: a bibliography on minority group strategies and techniques.

Walton, Lester A.
1942
Reel 54: 305

Williams, Du Bois
1942
Reel 54: 320

Letters from Du Bois to his granddaughter

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1942
Reel 54: 330

Re: family matters, recent news

Woodruff, Hale
1942
Reel 54: 340

Workers Defense League. Also: Morris Milgram
1942
Reel 54: 341

Wright, Louis T.
1942
Reel 54: 349

Soviet Russia Today. Also: Jessica Smith
1942
Reel 54: 244

A. General Correspondence, 1943
1943

Abyssinian Baptist Church. Also: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1943
Reel 55: 1

Adler, Elmer
1943
Reel 55: 7

Alexander, Will W.
1943
Reel 55: 15

Re: a possible universal history of racism.

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, John Whittaker, Florence Read, W. R. Banks, Trevor Arnett, Ira Reid
1943
Reel 55: 27

Re: Phylon; concerning Du Bois' retirement from the University; concerning plans for a Center for Social Studies at the University.

Bellegarde, Dantes
1943
Reel 55: 86

Billikopf, Jacob
1943
Reel 55: 88

Boardman, Helen
1943
Reel 55: 94

Bontemps, Arna
1943
Reel 55: 96

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1943
Reel 55: 98

Chicago Defender. Also: Metz Lochard
1943
Reel 55: 114

Re: an article by Du Bois on the Negro press.

Cochrane, Eric
1943
Reel 55: 143

Re: Du Bois' ideas on the role of private investment in the development of Africa.

Conference of Presidents of Negro Land Grant Colleges. Also: John W. Davis, F. D. Patterson, R. B. Atwood
1943
Reel 55: 161

Re: a social studies project sponsored by the conference.

Cook, Mercer
1943
Reel 55: 166

Council on African Affairs
1943
Reel 55: 172

Newsletters.

Cullen, Countee
1943
Reel 55: 183

Congratulations upon Du Bois' election to the National Institute of Arts and Letters.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1943
Reel 55: 185

Davis, Allison
1943
Reel 55: 187

Davis, Harry E.
1943
Reel 55: 188

Dover, Cedric
1943
Reel 55: 212

Du Bois, Nina
1943
Reel 55: 215

Family matters, recent news

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1943
Reel 55: 226

Re: her work and W. E. B. Du Bois' thoughts on the importance of America's role in promoting cultural understanding.

Embree, Edwin R.
1943
Reel 55: 245

Fagan, Ann
1943
Reel 55: 246

Du Bois' thoughts on methods to secure the appointment of Blacks to the faculty of the University of Michigan.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1943
Reel 55: 248

Fisk University. Also: Andrew J. Allison, Charles S. Johnson, Edwin W. Smith
1943
Reel 55: 255

Re: an Inter-University Conference on African Studies held at Fisk.

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1943
Reel 55: 282

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on Africa.

Fort Valley State College. Also: Horace Mann Bond.
1943
Reel 55: 294

Fraternal Council of Negro Churches in America
1943
Reel 55: 300

Statement, signed by James A. Bray, R. R. Wright, Jr. and W. H. Jernigan, opposing the poll tax and urging an anti-lynching bill; a letter from Du Bois to Bray urging Negro churches to support consumers and producers' cooperation.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1943
Reel 55: 305

Gannett, Lewis
1943
Reel 55: 306

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1943
Reel 55: 309

Graham, Shirley
1943
Reel 55: 310

Recent news.

Graves, Anna Melissa
1943
Reel 55: 327

Re: her book of letters from West Africans; concerning J. E. K. Aggrey.

Gregory, Louis G.
1943
Reel 55: 347

Re: Baha'i faith.

Hansberry, William Leo
1943
Reel 55: 362

Harper's Magazine. Also: Frederick L. Allen
1943
Reel 55: 363

Re: an article by Du Bois submitted to that publication.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1943
Reel 55: 368

Holsey, Albon L.
1943
Reel 55: 378

Letter of appreciation sent to Du Bois.

Howard University. Also: E. Franklin Frazier
1943
Reel 55: 387

Kopf, Maxim
1943
Reel 55: 420

Re: a possible portrait of Du Bois by Kopf.

Logan, Rayford W.
1943
Reel 55: 432

Includes Du Bois' thoughts on the development of cultural ties between American Negroes and Haiti.

March on Washington Movement. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1943
Reel 55: 453

Morehouse College. Also: Benjamin E. Mays
1943
Reel 55: 464

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White
1943
Reel 55: 475

Re: Du Bois' possible service on a committee to present the cause of Negroes in the United States, the West Indies and Africa to the peace conference.

National Institute of Arts and Letters
1943
Reel 55: 477

Re: Du Bois' election to that group.

Negro Digest
1943
Reel 55: 480

Re: an article by Du Bois on the subject, "If I Were Young Again."

Nettl, Paul
1943
Reel 55: 484

Re: an article by Nettl for Phylon.

New Republic. Also: Thomas Sancton
1943
Reel 55: 489

Re: a possible article by Du Bois and concerning Sancton's writings and interest in racial matters.

North Carolina College for Negroes. Also: James E. Shepard
1943
Reel 55: 504

Draft memo by Du Bois on different approaches to Negro development and chances for agreement on present goals for the American Negro.

Nyabongo, Akiki
1943
Reel 55: 512

Odum, Howard W.
1943
Reel 55: 513

Re: a forthcoming meeting of sociologists.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Ralph J. Bunche, Edwin W. Smith, Melville J. Herskovi ts
1943
Reel 55: 525

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning the possible formation of an African Institute; concerning the Committee on Africa, the War, and Peace Aims; concerning plans for an international conference on Africa.

Read, Florence
1943
Reel 55: 646

Reid, Ira
1943
Reel 55: 649

Reynal and Hitchcock. Also: Frank E. Taylor
1943
Reel 55: 650

Re: possible books by Du Bois.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1943
Reel 55: 663

Saturday Review of Literature
1943
Reel 55: 677

Letter from Du Bois critical of a recent article on the Negro press.

Schumann, Mary
1943
Reel 55: 679

Re: the influence of her reading of Black Reconstruction on her proposed novel.

Simon, Kathleen
1943
Reel 55: 692

Society of Friends. New York. Also: Rachel Davis DuBois
1943
Reel 55: 697

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Louis E. Burnham, Esther V. Cooper
1943
Reel 55: 726

Spelman College. Also: Florence Read
1943
Reel 55: 735

Spingarn, Amy
1943
Reel 55: 741

Streator, George
1943
Reel 55: 747

Thompson, Dorothy
1943
Reel 55: 752

Re: a possible portrait of Du Bois by Maxim Kopf.

Torrence, Ridgely
1943
Reel 55: 755

Congratulations upon Du Bois' election to the National Institute of Arts and Letters.

U.S. War Manpower Commission. Also: Cy Wilson Record
1943
Reel 55: 770

Re: a bibliography on strategies and techniques for minority groups.

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
1943
Reel 55: 774

Congratulations on Du Bois' election to the National Institute of Arts and Letters.

West African Students Union. Also: Ladipo Solanke
1943
Reel 55: 785

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1943
Reel 55: 797

Family matters.

Wright, Louis T.
1943
Reel 55: 808

A. General Correspondence, 1944
1944

Adler, Elmer
1944
Reel 55: 851

Re: the admission of Black students to Princeton University.

Afro-American Newspapers. Also: B. M. Phillips, Carl Murphy
1944
Reel 55: 856

Re: Du Bois' retirement from Atlanta University.

Alexander, Lillian
1944
Reel 55: 863

Alexander, Virginia
1944
Reel 55: 866

Alpha Phi Alpha. Also: Rayford W. Logan
1944
Reel 55: 870

American Friends Service Committee
1944
Reel 55: 874

Letter from Du Bois concerning the status of colonies in the postwar world and asking the policy of the Committee on this matter.

American Jewish Committee. Also: Jopseh M. Proskauer
1944
Reel 55: 876

Re: a Declaration of Human Rights issued by the Committee and Du Bois' criticisms of the Declaration.

American Missionary Association. Also: Fred L. Brownlee
1944
Reel 55: 879

Americans United for World Organization. Also: Hugh Moore
1944
Reel 55: 887

Atlanta University. Also: Rufus Clement, W. R. Banks, Dean Sage, James B. Addams, llorence Read, Will W. Alexander, Trevor Arnett, J. H. Wheeler, Kendall Weisiger, Ira Reid
1944
Reel 55: 896

Re: Phylon; concerning Du Bois' retirement from the University and his pension after retirement; including correspondence of Du Bois with E. M. Martin and H. T. Walden of the Atlanta University Alumni Association on his retirement.

Baldwin, Roger
1944
Reel 55: 958

Re: Du Bois' retirement from Atlanta University.

Bellegarde, Dantes
1944
Reel 55: 971

Billikopf, Jacob
1944
Reel 55: 976

Bliven, Bruce
1944
Reel 55: 978

Brown, Ina C.
1944
Reel 55: 999

Re: Du Bois' criticisms of the U. S. Office of Education's survey of higher education of Negroes.

Buckmaster, Henrietta
1944
Reel 55: 1002

Capper, Arthur
1944
Reel 55: 1013

Re: Du Bois' return to the NAACP.

University of Chicago Press. Also: Joseph A. Brandt
1944
Reel 55: 1027

Re: a possible autobiography by Du Bois.

Christian, Marcus B.
1944
Reel 55: 1030

Church Peace Union. Also: Richard M. Fagley
1944
Reel 55: 1039

Letter to Du Bois concerning the attitude of the Union to the position of colonies in the postwar world.

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Also: Margaret Olson
1944
Reel 55: 1057

Letter to Du Bois on the attitude of the Commission toward colonies in the postwar world.

Conference of Negro Land-Grant Colleges. Also: R. B. Atwood, F. D. Bluford, Felton Clark, W. R. Banks, F. D. Patterson, G. L. Harrison, Mordecai Johnson, Horace Mann Bond, John W. Davis, Rufus Clement, Hugh Smythe, E. Franklin Frazier
1944
Reel 55: 1159

Re: the social studies project sponsored by the Conference; concerning a report on the project; concerning the transfer of the project from Atlanta University to Howard University.

Conference on Race Relations. Also: Marshall Field, Edwin R. Embree, Charles S. Johnson
1944
Reel 55: 1096

Re: a planned conference in Chicago on race relations.

Congres Internationale de Philosophie. Also: Camille Lherisson
1944
Reel 55: 1112

Comments from Du Bois on the study and development of philosophy.

Conrad, Earl
1944
Reel 55: 1116

Re: Conrad's plans for a study of Frederick Douglass.

Cook, Mercer
1944
Reel 55: 1118

Coulborn, Rushton
1944
Reel 55: 1127

Council for Democracy. Also: Robert Norton
1944
Reel 55: 1128

Letter to Du Bois on the attitude of the Council towards colonies in the postwar world.

Council for Social Action. Also: Vernon H. Holloway
1944
Reel 55: 1129

Letter to Du Bois on the attitude of the Council towards colonies in the postwar world.

Council on African Affairs. Also: Paul Robeson, Max Yergan
1944
Reel 55: 1130

Re: the interest of the Council in Africa in the postwar world; copies of New Africa, the Bulletin of the Council ; concerning Du Dois' correspondence with Harold Moody and Amy Jacques Garvey on a possible Pan-African Congress after the war.

Crawford, George W.
1944
Reel 55: 1157

Cromwell, Otelia
1944
Reel 55: 1158

Cullen, Countee
1944
Reel 55: 1158

Dabney, Wendell P.
1944
Reel 55: 1297

Daily Worker. Also: Louis F. Budenz
1944
Reel 55: 1300

Davis, Harry E.
1944
Reel 55: 1306

Davis, John W.
1944
Reel 55: 1316

Dorsinville, Luc
1944
Reel 55: 1331

Du Bois, Nina
1944
Reel 55: 1335

Family matters

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1944
Reel 55: 1426

Embree, Edwin R.
1944
Reel 56: 2

Field Foundation. Also: Maxwell Hahn
1944
Reel 56: 3

Re: possible support by the Foundation for the social studies project of the Negro Land-Grant Colleges.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1944
Reel 56: 10

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson, Thomas E. Jones, Edwin W. Smith, Lorenzo Turner
1944
Reel 56: 14

Re: the possibility of Du Bois continuing his research work at Fisk after retirement from Atlanta University; correspondence with Smith concerning a proposed African Institute.

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1944
Reel 56: 79

Letter from Armstrong enclosing a letter from P. O. Lapie concerning a Du Bois article in Foreign Affairs on Africa.

Fort Valley State College. Also: Horace Mann Bond
1944
Reel 56: 82

Franklin, John Hope
1944
Reel 56: 90

Gallagher, Buell G.
1944
Reel 56: 101

Garvey, Amy Jacques
1944
Reel 56: 104

Correspondence concerning Harold Moody and his hopes for an African Charter of Freedom; concerning the place of Africa in the post-war world; concerning Du Bois' plans for a Pan-African Congress after the war.

Gates, Herbert W.
1944
Reel 56: 115

Gaulkin, Edward
1944
Reel 56: 116

Re: Negro cooperative housing.

Gloster, Hugh M.
1944
Reel 56: 122

Graham, Shirley
1944
Reel 56: 126

Graves, Anna Melissa
1944
Reel 56: 138

Graves, John Temple
1944
Reel 56: 146

Re: the Atlanta race riot of 1906.

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Also: Henry Allen Moe
1944
Reel 56: 160

Hacker, Coleman Leroy
1944
Reel 56: 166

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Haiti. Also: President Elie Lescot
1944
Reel 56: 168

Re: Du Bois' trip to Haiti

Hampton Institute. Also: J. Saunders Redding
1944
Reel 56: 178

Hansberry, William Leo
1944
Reel 56: 188

Hastie, William H.
1944
Reel 56: 198

Haynes, George E.
1944
Reel 56: 209

Hercules, Frank
1944
Reel 56: 213

Herskovits, Melville J.
1944
Reel 56: 218

Includes Herskovits' correspondence with Atlanta University about Du Bois' retirement.

Henry Holt and Company
1944
Reel 56: 223

Re: a proposed book by Du Bois on Africa and the two world wars.

Howard University. Also: E. Franklin Frazier, Charles H. Thompson, Mordecai Johnson
1944
Reel 56: 228

Re: possible work by Du Bois there after his retirement from Atlanta University.

Imes, William Lloyd
1944
Reel 56: 242

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1944
Reel 56: 269

Johnson, Grace Nail
1944
Reel 56: 272

Kopf, Maxim
1944
Reel 56: 302

League of Coloured Peoples. Also: Harold A. Moody
1944
Reel 56: 314

Information on the League; concerning a possible Pan-African Congress after the war.

Letter. Also: Ada P. McCormick
1944
Reel 56: 334

Re: her support of Phylon; including Du Bois' suggestion for Letter.

Lincoln University (Mo.)
1944
Reel 56: 358

Re: Mercer Cook.

Logan, Rayford W.
1944
Reel 56: 360

Correspondence, partially concerning Du Bois' trip to Haiti.

Manley, Norman
1944
Reel 56: 383

Request for information on Jamaica.

Mays, Benjamin E.
1944
Reel 56: 388

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Louis T. Wright, Arthur Spingarn, Roy Wilkins, Grant Reynolds
1944
Reel 56: 400

Re: Du Bois' service with the NAACP aiding in preparation of material concerning Blacks in America and the world to be presented to a postwar peace conference; a copy of a telegram from Walter White to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and a response from E. R. Stettinius of the U. S. Department of State on the return of colonial areas to rule by their pre-war colonial powers; concerning Du Bois' visit to Haiti; correspondence with the Brooklyn Branch (Walter McKay) concerning the New York Amsterdam News.

National Council for a Permanent Fair Employment Practice Committee. Also: A. Philip Randolph, Allan Knight Chalmers
1944
Reel 56: 464

Re: Du Bois' service on the Council.

National Institute of Arts and Letters
1944
Reel 56: 467

Re: Du Bois' election to this group.

New Times and Ethiopia News. Also: E. Sylvia Pankhurst
1944
Reel 56: 501

New York Amsterdam Star News
1944
Reel 56: 505

Re: Du Bois' column in that paper.

North Carolina College for Negroes. Also: James E. Shepard
1944
Reel 56: 532

Re: possible work by Du Bois at the College after retirement from Atlanta University.

Oettle, George S.
1944
Reel 56: 544

Re: South Africa.

Paschal, Andrew G.
1944
Reel 56: 549

Peoples Voice. Also: Marvel Cooke, Doxey Wilkerson
1944
Reel 56: 555

Re: a possible column by Du Bois for that paper.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Melville J. Herskovits
1944
Reel 56: 562

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro; correspondence of Stokes with Guy Johnson and L. D. Reddick concerning the Encyclopedia of the Negro; a copy of a letter of Stokes to E. R. Stettinius of the U. S. Department of State concerning the status of colonies after the war; concerning plans for an international conference on Africa.

Philipps, Tracy
1944
Reel 56: 584

Pickens, William
1944
Reel 56: 585

Re: Du Bois' retirement from Atlanta University and return to the NAACP.

Pittsburgh Courier
1944
Reel 56: 588

Re: an article to be written by Du Bois concerning his retirement from Atlanta University.

Pledge for Peace Committee. Also: Rex Stout
1944
Reel 56: 590

Politics. Also: Dwight Macdonald
1944
Reel 56: 592

Post War World Council. Also: Broadus Mitchell
1944
Reel 56: 594

Re: postwar military conscription.

Prairie View State College. Also: W. R. Banks
1944
Reel 56: 595

Reuter, E. B.
1944
Reel 56: 601

Re: a review by Reuter of Gunnar Myrdal's An American Dilemma.

Robeson, Paul
1944
Reel 56: 603

Robinson, William A.
1944
Reel 56: 604

Re: recent developments at Atlanta University.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin R. Embree
1944
Reel 56: 608

Re: the social studies report of the Negro Land-Grant Colleges.

Schumann, Mary
1944
Reel 56: 625

Re: her work on a novel on the South during Reconstruction.

Seldon, Benjamin F.
1944
Reel 56: 631

Shivery, Louie D.
1944
Reel 56: 636

Correspondence, including copies of her letters to Rufus Clement and W. R. Banks on Atlanta University.

Simon, Kathleen
1944
Reel 56: 653

Slaughter, Henry P.
1944
Reel 56: 649

Re: the American Negro Academy.

Smythe, Hugh M.
1944
Reel 56: 662

Solanke, Ladipo
1944
Reel 56: 670

Re: a possible Pan-African Congress after the war.

Sorokin, Pitirim
1944
Reel 56: 672

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Louis E. Burnham
1944
Reel 56: 673

Spingarn, Amy
1944
Reel 56: 679

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1944
Reel 56: 683

Stoute, Argyle
1944
Reel 56: 698

Re: racial discrimination at the University of Wisconsin.

Thompson, Charles H.
1944
Reel 56: 727

Time. Also: Raymond L. Buell
1944
Reel 56: 730

Re: Liberia.

Timpany, John R.
1944
Reel 56: 732

Re: the Catholic Church and the Negro.

Titcombe, C. A. A.
1944
Reel 56: 735

Re: conditions in Africa and a possible Pan-African Congress after the war.

Torrence, Ridgely
1944
Reel 56: 740

U.S. Department of State
1944
Reel 56: 753

Re: Du Bois' proposed trip to Haiti

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
1944
Reel 56: 791

Watson, Helen
1944
Reel 56: 799

Re: current conditions at Fisk University.

Williams, Du Bois
1944
Reel 56: 836

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1944
Reel 56: 857

Family matters.

Wendell L. Willkie Awards. Also: Agnes Meyer
1944
Reel 56: 864

Re: an award in the field of Negro journalism.

Wright, Louis T.
1944
Reel 56: 877

Correspondence, including letters of Wright with Atlanta University President Rufus Clement and Trustee Kendall Weisiger concerning Du Bois' retirement.

A. General Correspondence, 1945
1945

African Academy of Arts and Research. Also: K. Ozuombu Mbadiwe, Mbonu Ojike
1945
Reel 56: 1001

Alexander, Lillian
1945
Reel 56: 1020

Alpha Phi Alpha. Also: Rayford W. Logan
1945
Reel 56: 1023

American Association for the United Nations. Also: Clark Eichelberger
1945
Reel 56: 1035

Re: the Association's plans for trusteeships for colonial areas.

American Association of University Professors. Also: Ralph E. Himstead, C. F. Littell, William Jaffe, Francis E. Ray, George P. Shannon
1945
Reel 56: 1059

Re: Du Bois' resignation because of meetings held at places which exclude attendance of Negro members.

American Committee for a Democratic World. Also: Robert M. MacIver
1945
Reel 56: 1066

American Council on African Education. Also: A. A. Nwafor Orizu, John S. Brown, Jr., George S. Schuyler
1945
Reel 56: 1068

Re: a possible Pan-African Congress after the war.

American Film Corporation. Also: Owen Dodson
1945
Reel 56: 1083

American Friends Service Committee. Also: Clarence E. Pickett
1945
Reel 56: 1084

Re: the attitude of the Committee towards colonies in the postwar world.

American Mercury. Also: Charles Angoff, Lawrence E. Spivak
1945
Reel 56: 1091

Re: possible Du Bois articles for that periodical.

American Press Association. Also: George S. Schyuler
1945
Reel 56: 1102

American Teachers Association. Also: H. Councill Trenholm
1945
Reel 56: 1104

Americans United for World Organization
1945
Reel 56: 1112

Baldwin, Roger
1945
Reel 56: 1162

Banks, W. R.
1945
Reel 56: 1167

Benet, William Rose
1945
Reel 56: 1178

Re: the breaking of relations between the United States and Spain.

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1945
Reel 56: 1190

Boardman, Helen
1945
Reel 56: 1193

Bond, Horace Mann
1945
Reel 56: 1195

Borome, Joseph
1945
Reel 56: 1198

Re: Borome's biography of Justin Winsor.

Bowie, Ezell
1945
Reel 56: 1207

Re: the origins and use of the term "Negro."

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1945
Reel 56: 1233

Brown, John S.
1945
Reel 56: 1240

Buckmaster, Henrietta
1945
Reel 56: 1248

Buell, Raymond L.
1945
Reel 56: 1249

Re: a proposed colonial conference.

Bunche, Ralph J.
1945
Reel 56: 1251

Re: a colonial conference proposed by Du Bois.

Capper, Arthur
1945
Reel 56: 1263

Carson, Saul
1945
Reel 56: 1265

Re: questions of race and colonialism.

Chalmers, Allan Knight
1945
Reel 56: 1270

Chicago Defender
1945
Reel 56: 1273

Includes a statement by Du Bois on the defeat of Germany.

Childs, Virginia Alexander
1945
Reel 56: 1308

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace
1945
Reel 56: 1319

Conference of Negro Land-Grant Colleges. Also: E. Franklin Frazier, K. B. Atwood
1945
Reel 56: 1332

Congress of Industrial Organizations. Also: Henry Lee Moon
1945
Reel 56: 1342

Re: a possible Pan-African Congress; including a copy of a letter from Moon to Philip Murray of the CIO and a telegram from George Padmore to Moon concerning the Congress.

Cook, Mercer
1945
Reel 56: 1345

Council on African Affairs. Also: W. A. Hunton, Max Yergan
1945
Reel 56: 1376

Re: a conference on the status of Puerto Rico; copies of New Africa, the bulletin of the Council; concerning the United Nations Conference on International Organization held in San Francisco.

Das, Tarak Nath
1945
Reel 57: 3

Davis, Harry E.
1945
Reel 57: 6

Dayton (Ohio). Citizens Committee. Also: Marion S. Williams
1945
Reel 57: 20

Correspondence about segregation in the schools in Dayton, with Du Bois' views on segregated education.

Du Bois, Nina
1945
Reel 57: 57

Family news.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1945
Reel 57: 116

Duell, Sloan and Pearce
1945
Reel 57: 122

Re: a possible book hy Du Bois on Africa.

East and West Association. Also: Gordon Halstead, Pearl Buck.
1945
Reel 57: 128

Re: the work of the organization in promoting understanding between peoples.

Embree, Edwin R.
1945
Reel 57: 144

Ethiopian World Federation. Also: George W. Harris
1945
Reel 57: 144

Field, Marshall
1945
Reel 57: 171

Letter from Du Bois concerning possible support by Field for an encyclopedia of racial and cultural contributions to American civilization which was being planned by Rachel Davis DuBois.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1945
Reel 57: 173

Ford, James W.
1945
Reel 57: 185

Re: a Du Bois speech on colonialism.

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1945
Reel 57: 187

Re: a possible Du Bois article on the United Nations Conference and colonies.

Foreign Missions Conference of North America. Also: Emory Ross
1945
Reel 57: 189

Fosdick, Harry Emerson
1945
Reel 57: 203

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

France. Minister of Finance. Also: Rene Pleven
1945
Reel 57: 204

Re: plans for a Pan-African Congress in Paris in 1945.

French Press and Information Service. Also: Jean de la Roche
1945
Reel 57: 208

Re: Du Bois' proposed colonial conference; concerning plans for a Pan-African Congress in Paris after the war.

Garvey, Amy Ashwood
1945
Reel 57: 228

Re: plans for a colonial conference.

Gilchrist, Huntington
1945
Reel 57: 237

Re: Du Bois' proposed colonial conference.

Goshal, Kumar
1945
Reel 57: 240

Re: a planned colonial conference.

Graham, Lorenz
1945
Reel 57: 243

Graham, Shirley
1945
Reel 57: 245

Graves, Anna Melissa
1945
Reel 57: 252

Re: her new book, Liberia, the war and events in Russia.

Great Britain. Secretary of State for the Colonies. Also: Oliver Stanley
1945
Reel 57: 270

Copy of a document, Proposals for the Revision of the Constitution of Nigeria.

Griggs, Johanna
1945
Reel 57: 382

Exchange on how to combat racism in daily life.

Handy, W. C.
1945
Reel 57: 296

Hansberry, William Leo
1945
Reel 57: 297

Harcourt, Brace and Company. Also: John Woodburn
1945
Reel 57: 299

Re: Du Bois' book, Color and Democracy: Colonies and Peace.

Harper's Magazine. Also: John Fisher
1945
Reel 57: 312

Hercules, Frank
1945
Reel 57: 347

Howard University. Also: E. Franklin Frazier, Mordecai Johnson, Charles H. Thompson
1945
Reel 57: 362

Re: the social studie$ project of the Conference of Negro Land Grant Colleges; concerning Mercer Cook.

Hughes, Langston
1945
Reel 57: 386

Hunton, W. A.
1945
Reel 57: 387

Re: the colonial conference proposed by Du Bois.

Hurston, Zora Neale
1945
Reel 57: 395

Re: her idea for a national Negro cemetery in Florida

Independent Committee of Artists and Scientists. Also: Henrietta Buckmaster
1945
Reel 57: 397

International African Institute. Also: Edwin W. Smith
1945
Reel 57: 427

Re: Du Bois' urging of the Institute to utilize the work of African scholars.

International Publishers. Also: Alexander Trachtenberg
1945
Reel 57: 432

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1945
Reel 57: 455

Laski, Harold J.
1945
Reel 57: 513

Re: Du Bois' visit to England.

League for Industrial Democracy. Also: Harry W. Laidler
1945
Reel 57: 515

League of Coloured Peoples. Also: Harold A. Moody
1945
Reel 57: 516

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference; concerning a proposed Pan-African Congress.

Letter. Also: Ada P. McCormick
1945
Reel 57: 546

Lewis, Alfred Baker
1945
Reel 57: 549

Re: the attitude of labor towards imperialism.

Logan, Rayford W.
1945
Reel 57: 565

Re: a proposed colonial conference; concerning a planned Pan-African Congress.

Luce, Henry
1945
Reel 57: 578

Letter from Du Bois suggesting an article on developments in Africa.

Macmillan Company
1945
Reel 57: 600

Re: a possible book on colonial demands for freedom and democracy.

Manasse, Ernst
1945
Reel 57: 603

Re: Manasse's research on Max Weber.

March on Washington Movement. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1945
Reel 57: 604

Mathews, Basil
1945
Reel 57: 612

Re: research by Mathews on Booker T. Washington

Nation Associates. Also: Robert E. Sherwood
1945
Reel 57: 639

Re: a birthday dinner for Thomas Mann.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Roy Wilkins. Leslie S. Perry, Arthur Spingarn, Walter White
1945
Reel 57: 741

Reports of Du Bois' department of special research; concerning plans and invitations for a colonial conference planned by Du Bois and sponsored by the NAACP; information on and resolutions of the colonial conference held on April 6; concerning representation of the NAACP at the U. N. Conference in San Francisco; concerning Du Bois' attendance at a briefing on Bretton Woods; concerning plans for a Pan-African Congress after the war; concerning Du Bois' needs for office space and a resulting controversy over his move to separate quarters and over other matters; a memo from William H. Hastie to Walter White concerning the Pan-African Congress; a copy of a letter from Walter White to Eleanor Roosevelt concerning matters which the NAACP desired to see stressed in the United Nations; correspondence with the NAACP Alameda County (California) Branch (Buell G. Gallagher).

National Citizens" Political Action Committee. Also: Elmer A. Benson
1945
Reel 57: 648

National Council of American Soviet Friendship
1945
Reel 57: 662

National Council of Negro Women. Also: Mary McLeod Bethune
1945
Reel 57: 664

Re: the United Nations Conference in San Francisco.

National Negro Congress. Also: Max Yergan
1945
Reel 57: 672

New Leader
1945
Reel 57: 995

Statement from Du Bois concerning the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Nkrumah, Kwame
1945
Reel 57: 727

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Nyabongo, Akiki
1945
Reel 57: 740

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Oak, V. V.
1945
Reel 57: 1013

Ovington, Mary White
1945
Reel 57: 1018

Pan-African Congress. Also: George Padmore
1945
Reel 57: 1028

Correspondence about plans for the Congress held in London; press releases; a Congress poster; information on the organization of the Congress and the Pan-African movement.

Pankhurst, E. Sylvia
1945
Reel 57: 1080

Panth, Bhola D.
1945
Reel 57: 1082

Re: the proposed colonial conference.

Parris, Guichard
1945
Reel 57: 1086

Re: the proposed colonial conference.

University of Pennsylvania. Also: H. A. Wieschhoff
1945
Reel 57: 1094

Re: the United Nations Conference in San Francisco.

Peoples Voice. Also: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1945
Reel 57: 1094

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes, Thomas Jesse Jones, Melville J. Herskovits
1945
Reel 57: 1096

Re: the publication of the preliminary volume of the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning Du Bois' planned colonial conference; concerning Anson Phelps Stokes' views on the social, economic and political situations in the colonial areas; concerning a proposed international conference on Africa.

Phi Delta Kappa
1945
Reel 57: 1115

Re: the United Nations Conference on International Organization, held in San Francisco

Philipps, Tracy
1945
Reel 57: 1118

Pickens, William
1945
Reel 57: 1120

PM. Also: John P. Lewis
1945
Reel 57: 1128

Re: possible articles by Du Bois on the Pan-African Congress held in London.

Porter, Kenneth Wiggins
1945
Reel 57: 1143

Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr.
1945
Reel 57: 1146

Re: the proposed colonial conference.

Reddick, Lawrence D.
1945
Reel 57: 1171

Re: the proposed colonial conference.

Roback, A. A.
1945
Reel 57: 1184

Re: a contribution by Du Bois to a book about Albert Schweitzer being edited by Roback.

Ross, Emory
1945
Reel 57: 1202

Re: the proposed colonial conference.

Schweitzer, Albert
1945
Reel 57: 1238

Letters to Du Bois concerning Schweitzer's work in Africa and on conditions there.

Shaw, George Bernard
1945
Reel 57: 1256

Re: a possible visit of Du Bois with Shaw.

Simon, Kathleen
1945
Reel 57: 1264

Singh, Anup
1945
Reel 57: 1266

Re: Du Bois' proposed colonial conference.

Smythe, Hugh M.
1945
Reel 57: 1274

Southern Conference for Human Welfare. Also: Dorothy Parker
1945
Reel 57: 1302

Re: a dinner for Eleanor Roosevelt.

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Esther V. Cooper
1945
Reel 57: 1304

Spingarn, Amy
1945
Reel 57: 1306

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1945
Reel 57: 1308

Stassen, Harold E.
1945
Reel 57: 1311

Streator, George
1945
Reel 57: 1334

Studin, Charles H.
1945
Reel 57: 1336

Time. Also: Raymond L. Buell
1945
Reel 57: 1343

Memorandum from Buell concerning the U. S. and Liberia; a report by the editors of Time_ and other journals on Dumbarton Oaks and the United Nations conference in San Francisco.

Timpany, John R.
1945
Reel 57: 1390

Letter from Du Bois concerning the Catholic Church and the Negro.

Titcombe, C. A. A.
1945
Reel 57: 1391

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Tobias, Channing H.
1945
Reel 57: 1392

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference; concerning Tobias' election as Director of the Phelps-Stokes Fund.

Torrence, Ridgely
1945
Reel 57: 1397

Union for Democratic Action. Also: James Loeb, Jr.
1945
Reel 58: 3

Re: Du Bois' criticism of their pamphlet on Dumbarton Oaks.

United Nations Conference on International Organization. Also: Edward R. Stettinius, Arthur Vandenberg
1945
Reel 58: 51

Information on the 1945 Conference held in San Francisco at which Du Bois served as an associate consultant, representing the NAACP, to the United States delegation; lists of consultants; copies of statements concerning the conference sent to the NAACP; materials from the conference; copies of statements by Du Bois with responses from Edward R. Stettinius and Arthur Vandenberg of the U.S. delegation; a proposal on trusteeships submitted by the NAACP consultants to Edward R. Stettinius and the American delegation.

United Negro College Fund. Also: John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
1945
Reel 58: 7

U.S. Department of State. Also: Henry Villard, Dean Acheson, Benjamin Gerig, Ralph J. Bunche, Archibald MacLeish
1945
Reel 58: 12

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference; concerning the United Nations conference in San Francisco and representation there of colonies and of American Blacks; concerning proposed Pan-African Congresses in London and Paris; concerning a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural meeting.

U.S. House of Representatives. Also: Karl Mundt, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1945
Reel 58: 30

Includes a letter from Du Bois to Mundt stating his views of un-American activities.

U.S. Office of Education. Also: Ambrose Caliver
1945
Reel 58: 34

U.S. President. Also: Harry Truman, Matthew J. Connelly
1945
Reel 58: 35

Letter from Du Bois requesting a meeting to discuss the Pan-African Congress to be held in London, with a response from Truman's secretary.

U.S. Senate. Also: Robert Wagner, Tom Connally
1945
Reel 58: 36

Re: Du Bois' testimony on the United Nations charter before the Committee on Foreign Relations, including a copy of Du Bois' testimony.

Van Doren, Carl
1945
Reel 58: 142

Viking Press
1945
Reel 58: 143

Outline of Du Bois' proposed book on Africa.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1945
Reel 58: 145

Re: a statement offered for Du Bois' signature concerning Russia and Poland, with Du Bois' comments on the actions of Poles in the United States.

Walton, Lester A.
1945
Reel 58: 161

Correspondence from Walton concerning his work as American Minister to Liberia.

Weaver, Robert C.
1945
Reel 58: 170

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Wells, H. G.
1945
Reel 58: 175

Letter from Wells' secretary to Du Bois concerning a planned visit by Du Bois with Wells.

West, Donald L.
1945
Reel 58: 175

West African Students Union. Also: Ladipo Solanke
1945
Reel 58: 177

Re: the proposed Pan-African Congress; a copy of WASU Magazine published by the group.

West Indies National Conference. Also: Herman P. Osborne
1945
Reel 58: 204

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Wieschhoff, H. A.
1945
Reel 58: 217

Wilkerson, Doxey A.
1945
Reel 58: 219

Williams, Chancellor
1945
Reel 58: 219

Williams, Du Bois
1945
Reel 58: 222

Family matters; concerning W. E. B. Du Bois' visits to San Francisco and London.

Williams, Eric
1945
Reel 58: 244

Re: Du Bois' planned colonial conference.

Williams, Ruth
1945
Reel 58: 248

Letter to Du Bois concerning theories held about Blacks.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1945
Reel 58: 250

Family matters.

Wendell L. Willkie Awards. Also: Agnes Meyer
1945
Reel 58: 285

Wright, Louis T.
1945
Reel 58: 320

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1945
Reel 58: 321

Re: Du Bois' proposed colonial conference.

Writers" War Board. Also: Rex Stout
1945
Reel 58: 324

Re: the attitude of the NAACP towards the Bretton Woods agreement and the future of colonies.

Yergan, Max
1945
Reel 58: 328

Re: the colonial conference proposed by Du Bois.

A. General Correspondence, 1946
1946

Abrahams, Peter
1946
Reel 58: 431

Recent news.

African Academy of Arts and Research. Also: Akiki Nyabongo, K. Dzuomba Mbadiwe
1946
Reel 58: 442

Alpha Phi Alpha. Also: Rayford Logan
1946
Reel 58: 464

American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born. Also: Fannie Hurst
1946
Reel 58: 475

American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. Also: Joseph Brainin
1946
Reel 58: 476

American Federation of Labor. Also: William Green
1946
Reel 58: 462

Re: a Pan-African Congress petition for representation at the United Nations for African colonial people.

American Missionary Association. Also: Fred L. Brownlee
1946
Reel 58: 485

American Peoples Encyclopedia. Also: Walter Dill Scott
1946
Reel 58: 499

Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1946
Reel 58: 532

Pamphlet by Azikiwe, Assassination Story: True or False?

Banks, W. R.
1946
Reel 58: 559

Barclay, Edwin
1946
Reel 58: 563

Beale, Howard K.
1946
Reel 58: 567

Bellegarde, Dantes
1946
Reel 58: 573

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1946
Reel 58: 593

Birmingham, John Kulle
1946
Reel 58: 596

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1946
Reel 58: 608

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1946
Reel 58: 620

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Buck, Pearl
1946
Reel 58: 628

Bustamante, W. A.
1946
Reel 58: 645

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Century Service Exchange. Also: F. H. Hammurabi
1946
Reel 58: 663

Chicago Defender. Also: Metz Lochard
1946
Reel 58: 665

Color. Also: I. J. K. Wells
1946
Reel 58: 689

Conference of Negro Land-Grant Colleges. Also: E. Franklin Frazier
1946
Reel 58: 700

Council on African Affairs. Also: Max Yergan, Paul Robeson
1946
Reel 58: 736

Re: the work of the Council; including copies of New Africa.

Dabney, Wendell P.
1946
Reel 58: 790

Davis, Harry E.
1946
Reel 58: 799

Dickerson, Earl B.
1946
Reel 58: 815

Re: Dickerson's assistance on a proposed NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Dover, Cedric
1946
Reel 58: 833

Re: Cover's recent and projected work.

Du Bois, Nina
1946
Reel 58: 846

Family matters.

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1946
Reel 58: 850

Embree, Edwin R.
1946
Reel 58: 873

Fifth Avenue Coach Company
1946
Reel 58: 879

Re: Du Bois' complaints over the service of the company in Harlem.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1946
Reel 58: 881

Fisk University. Also: Ernest Alexander, Charles Wesley, Fred L. Brownlee
1946
Reel 58: 884

Re: controversy over the election of a President of the University.

Flanagan, Thomas Jefferson
1946
Reel 58: 918

Re: Flanagan's literary work.

Goldman, Eric F.
1946
Reel 58: 949

Re: the possible inclusion of Negro historiography in the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Graham, Shirley
1946
Reel 58: 962

Graves, Anna Melissa
1946
Reel 58: 967

Correspondence on their differing views about the Soviet union.

Greene, Evarts B.
1946
Reel 58: 970

Haiti. Also: Dantes Bellegarde
1946
Reel 58: 982

Re: the petition of the Pan-African Congress to the United Nations.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1946
Reel 58: 1020

Holmes, John Haynes
1946
Reel 58: 1032

Re: a petition to the United Nations on representation there for African colonial people.

Houston, Charles H.
1946
Reel 58: 1037

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Hunton, W. A.
1946
Reel 58: 1046

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Ickes, Harold L.
1946
Reel 58: 1057

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Independent Citizens" Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions. Also: Howard Fast
1946
Reel 58: 1060

Institute of Ethnic Affairs. Also: John Collier
1946
Reel 58: 1077

Johnson, J. Rosamond
1946
Reel 58: 1102

King, James Cliviston
1946
Reel 58: 1147

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Konvitz, Milton R.
1946
Reel 58: 1161

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Liberia. Also: William Tubman
1946
Reel 58: 1211

Re: a possible meeting of the Pan-African Congress in Liberia and other matters.

Life
1946
Reel 58: 1219

Re: a proposal by Du Bois for a series of articles on the South.

Logan, Rayford W.
1946
Reel 58: 1230

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Merriam, Eve
1946
Reel 58: 1273

Ming, William R., Jr.
1946
Reel 58: 1279

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Moon, Henry Lee
1946
Reel 58: 1297

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1946
Reel 58: 1304

Nation. Also: Freda Kirchwey
1946
Reel 59: 14

Re: a controversy over the election of a new president of Fisk University and a possible article by Du Bois on the matter.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Roy Wilkins, Madison Jones, Leslie Perry, Gloster Current
1946
Reel 59: 150

Correspondence; monthly reports; concerning the NAACP petition to the United Nations about the conditions of American Blacks; concerning a plan by Du Bois for the future work and orientation of the NAACP; concerning controversy between Du Bois and Walter White; concerning a NAACP anti-lynching movement; concerning the interest of the NAACP in Africa.

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Also: Richard Morford, William H. Melish
1946
Reel 59: 22

National Council of Negro Women. Also: Mary McLeod Bethune
1946
Reel 59: 27

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

National Council of Nigeria. Also: Nnamdi Azikiwe
1946
Reel 59: 28

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

National Negro Congress. Also: Elizabeth Catlett
1946
Reel 59: 56

Re: Du Bois' possible sponsorship of a cultural division of the Congress.

Negro College Quarterly. Also: Hugh H. Smythe
1946
Reel 59: 67

Nehru, Jawaharlal
1946
Reel 59: 75

Letter from Du Bois acknowledging receipt of a book from Nehru.

New Masses. Also: Joseph North
1946
Reel 59: 78

Re: possible articles by Du Bois for that periodical.

New Republic
1946
Reel 59: 89

Re: possible articles by Du Bois on African developments.

New York Times
1946
Reel 59: 120

Re: a letter to the editor from Du Bois on colonial Africa and the United Nations

Non-European Unity Committee. Also: Z. R. Mahabane, D. D. Jabavu
1946
Reel 59: 132

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Nyasaland African Congress. Also: C. Matinga
1946
Reel 59: 149

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Ojike, Mbonu
1946
Reel 59: 329

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Ovington, Mary White
1946
Reel 59: 335

Padmore, George
1946
Reel 59: 337

Pan-African Congress
1946
Reel 59: 340

Re: the petition of the Congress to the United Nations on representation at the U. N. for African colonial peoples.

Pan-African Federation. Also: George Padmore
1946
Reel 59: 353

Re: the work of the Federation; Du Bois' work in the United States for Africa; concerning the Pan-African Congress to the United Nations.

Pankhurst, E. Sylvia
1946
Reel 59: 376

Re: the relations of American Negroes with Ethiopia and developments in that country.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes. Channing Tobias
1946
Reel 59: 404

Re: a revised edition of the preliminary volume of the Encyclopedia of the Negro; concerning the retirement of Anson Phelps Stokes from the Fund; about a possible autobiography by Du Bois.

Pickens, William
1946
Reel 59: 416

Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr.
1946
Reel 59: 428

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Reddick, Lawrence D.
1946
Reel 59: 447

Includes discussion of a projected book to be written by Reddick, Du Bois and James Ford.

Quentin Reynolds
1946
Reel 59: 453

Re: efforts to unseat United States Senator Theodore Bilbo from his Senate seat.

Roberts, Major
1946
Reel 59: 462

Letter from Du Bois containing his views on South Africa's request for trusteeship over Southwest Africa.

Robeson, Paul
1946
Reel 59: 463

Letter from Robeson calling for a crusade for anti-lynching legislation.

Roosevelt, Eleanor
1946
Reel 59: 471

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1946
Reel 59: 473

St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union
1946
Reel 59: 486

Re: the Pan-Africa Congress petition to the United Nations.

Sancton, Thomas
1946
Reel 59: 486

Schweitzer, Albert
1946
Reel 59: 489

Correspondence concerning conditions in Africa.

Smythe, Hugh M.
1946
Reel 59: 524

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Esther V. Cooper, Louis E. Burnharn
1946
Reel 59: 545

Re: Du Bois' participation at a Congress meeting.

Soviet Russia Today. Also: Jessica Smith
1946
Reel 59: 559

Spingarn, Amy
1946
Reel 59: 566

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1946
Reel 59: 566

Stokes, Anson Phelps
1946
Reel 59: 578

Streator, George
1946
Reel 59: 586

Tobias, Channing H.
1946
Reel 59: 594

Toney, Charles E.
1946
Reel 59: 598

Re: a possible tract by Du Bois on the cost to America of the mistreatment of Blacks.

Torrey, Beth
1946
Reel 59: 600

Re: conditions in Angola.

Towns, George A.
1946
Reel 59: 609

Trades Union Congress of Jamaica
1946
Reel 59: 610

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

United Nations. Also: Trygve Lie
1946
Reel 59: 616

Re: the Pan-African Congress petition to the United Nations on representation for African colonial peoples.

U.S. Senate. Also: Tom Connally
1946
Reel 59: 564

Communication from Du Bois concerning a China military assistance bill.

Van Doren, Carl
1946
Reel 59: 669

Van Vechten, Carl
1946
Reel 59: 570

Re: Du Bois' contribution of material to the James Weldon Johnson collection at Yale University.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1946
Reel 59: 673

Re: Villard's services as vice president of the NAACP; concerning Woodrow Wilson's presidential campaign of 1912.

Walton, Lester A.
1946
Reel 59: 688

West African National Secretariat. Also: Kwame Nkrumah
1946
Reel 59: 703

Re: the Pal-African Congress petition to the United Nations.

White, Walter
1946
Reel 59: 709

Willcox, Walter
1946
Reel 59: 714

Williams, Du Bois
1946
Reel 59: 715

Family matters, personal advice.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1946
Reel 59: 765

Family matters.

Win the Peace Conference. Also: Clark Foreman
1946
Reel 59: 812

Re: Du Bois' service on their committee.

Wright, Louis T.
1946
Reel 59: 812

A. General Correspondence, 1947
1947

Adamic, Louis
1947
Reel 59: 922

Alexander, Lillian
1947
Reel 59: 938

Alpha Phi Alpha
1947
Reel 59: 944

Copy of an address delivered by Henry A. Wallace at a meeting of the group.

American Missionary Association. Also: Fred L. Brownlee
1947
Reel 59: 972

Atlanta University. Also: Ira Reid
1947
Reel 59: 1016

Azikiwe, Nnamdi. Nnamdi Azikiwe Testimonial Dinner
1947
Reel 59: 1026

Program for the dinner.

Biberman, Herbert
1947
Reel 59: 1051

Re: the "Hollywood Ten" who were cited for contempt by the U. S. House Un-American Activities Committee.

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Also: A. Philip Randolph
1947
Reel 59: 1090

Browder, Earl
1947
Reel 59: 1091

Butcher, Phillip
1947
Reel 59: 1095

Re: George Washington Cable.

Civil Rights Congress. Also: Dashiell Hammett
1947
Reel 59: 1153

Press releases.

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy. Also: Maud Russell, Stephen Fritchman
1947
Reel 59: 1219

Re: a conference in which Du Bois was to participate.

Cook, Mercer
1947
Reel 59: 1242

Council on African Affairs. Also: W. A. Hunton, Paul Robeson, Max Yeryan
1947
Reel 59: 1251

Re: the work of the Council; press releases; copies of New Africa, the Council bulletin.

Davis, Harry E.
1947
Reel 59: 1307

Re: plans for a Liberian centennial celebration; concerning the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Dover, Cedric
1947
Reel 59: 1345

Re: possible arrangements for a celebration for Du Bois' 80th birthday.

Du Bois, Nina
1947
Reel 59: 1353

Family news.

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1947
Reel 60: 9

Fisk University. Also: Arna Bontemps, Edwin R. Embree
1947
Reel 60: 16

Foreign Affairs. Also: Hamilton Fish Armstrong
1947
Reel 60: 41

Fraternal Outlook. Also: Rockwell Kent, Abraham Chapman
1947
Reel 60: 47

Includes a statement by Du Bois on the sources of discrimination and the ways to eliminate it.

Graham, Shirley
1947
Reel 60: 66

Herskovits, Melville J.
1947
Reel 60: 106

Holmes, John Haynes
1947
Reel 60: 110

Re: Toussaint L'Ouverture.

Howard University. Also: Rayford Logan
1947
Reel 60: 116

India. U.N. Delegation. Also: Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
1947
Reel 60: 125

Re: the NAACP petition to the U.N.

International Mark Twain Society. Also: Cyril Clemens filed under Twain
1947
Reel 60: 911

Jackson, W. A.
1947
Reel 60: 158

Re: conditions in Senegal.

Jefferson School of Social Science. Also: Doxey Wilkerson, Howard Selsam
1947
Reel 60: 166

Johnson, Charles S.
1947
Reel 60: 175

Journal of Negro Education. Also: Charles H. Thompson
1947
Reel 60: 175

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

King, Clennon
1947
Reel 60: 188

Konvitz, Milton R.
1947
Reel 60: 199

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Lafarge, John
1947
Reel 60: 211

Liberia
1947
Reel 60: 230

Program for centennial celebration.

Logan, Rayford W.
1947
Reel 60: 254

Lomeshie Research Center. Also: R. E. G. Armattoe
1947
Reel 60: 263

Du Bois' answers to a questionnaire about current problems.

Macmillan Company
1947
Reel 60: 279

Re: possible publication of the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Ming, William R., Jr.
1947
Reel 60: 320

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Morgantown Post (Morgantown, W.Va.)
1947
Reel 60: 324

Letter from Du Bois concerning their editorial about the NAACP motion to the United Nations on the status of American Blacks.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1947
Reel 60: 326

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Hugh H. Smythe, Gloster Current, Madison Jones, Thurgood Marshall, S. Ralph Harlow, Leslie Perry, Roy Wilkins, Arthur Spingarn, James Ivy
1947
Reel 60: 486

Re: the preparation and publication of the NAACP petition to the United Nations on the status of American Blacks; monthly reports; annual report; financial report; routine correspondence.

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Also: Richard Morford, William H. Melish
1947
Reel 60

Re: the work of the Council; concerning the NAACP petition to the United Nations; a statement by Du Bois on the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Soviet Government.

National Eugene Dennis Defense Committee. Also: Doxey Wilkerson
1947
Reel 60

National Institute of Arts and Letters. Also: William Rose Benet
1947
Reel 60

National Negro Congress. Also: Audley Moore, Edward Strong
1947
Reel 60

New School for Social Research. Also: L. D. Reddick
1947
Reel 60

New York Herald-Tribune. Also: Lewis Gannett
1947
Reel 60

Re: a review of Du Bois' The World and Africa.

New York Times
1947
Reel 60

Letter to the editor from Du Bois concerning racial discrimination in the American theater.

Oberlin College. Also: John W. Copeland
1947
Reel 60

Re: the employment of black social scientists at white colleges.

Ovington, Mary White
1947
Reel 60

Pan-Africa. Also: T. R. Makonnen
1947
Reel 60

Re: the NAACP petititon to the United Nations.

Pan-African Federation. Also: George Padmore
1947
Reel 60

Re: the work of the federation.

Patterson, William L.
1947
Reel 60

Peoples Voice. Also: Doxey Wilkerson
1947
Reel 60

Re: a regular column to be written by Du Bois.

Peterson, Cecil
1947
Reel 60

Re: Du Bois' evolving views on the talented tenth.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1947
Reel 60

PM
1947
Reel 60

Letter from Du Bois concerning racial discrimination in the United States

Preece, Harold
1947
Reel 60

Re: the dropping of Preece's column from several Black newspapers.

Progressive Citizens of America
1947
Reel 60

Re: Du Bois' service on their Board of Directors.

Race Relations. Also: Cedric Dover
1947
Reel 60

Re: the NAACP petition to the dnited Nations.

Reddick, Lawrence D.
1947
Reel 60

Robeson, Eslanda
1947
Reel 60

Roosevelt, Eleanor
1947
Reel 60

Letters from Du Bois concerning the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Rosten and Company
1947
Reel 60

Re: an agreement designating the company as agents for comnercially-sponsored radio appearances by Du Bois.

Southern Negro Youth Congress. Also: Louis E. Burnham
1947
Reel 60

Soviet Russia Today. Also: Jessica Smith
1947
Reel 60

Spingarn, Amy
1947
Reel 60

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1947
Reel 60

Streator, George
1947
Reel 60

Twain Society. Also: Cyril Clemens
1947
Reel 60

United Nations. Also: Ralph J. Bunche, John P. Humphrey, Trygve Lie, William H. Stonemen
1947
Reel 60

Re: the NAACP petition to the U. N. and other matters.

U.S. Senate. Also: Claude Pepper, Leverett Saltonstall
1947
Reel 60

Letter from Pepper concerning the establishment of a relief fund for Greece to be administered by the United Nations; a letter from Saltonstall concerning the possible passage of a private bill being supported by Du Bols.

U.S. United Nations Delegation. Also: Warren R. Austin
1947
Reel 60

Re: the NAACP petition to the United Nations.

Van Vechten, Carl
1947
Reel 61: 1

Viking Press
1947
Reel 61

Re: the publication of The World and Africa.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1947
Reel 61

Eickstedt, Egon Von
1947
Reel 61

Walton, Lester A.
1947
Reel 61

Waring, Laura Wheeler
1947
Reel 61

West, Don. Don West Defense Committee
1947
Reel 61

Re: a libel suit against West.

Willcox, Walter
1947
Reel 61

Williams, Du Bois
1947
Reel 61

Family news.

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1947
Reel 61

Family news.

Workshop for Cultural Democracy. Also: Rachel Davis DuBois
1947
Reel 61

Re: W. E. B. Du Bois' participation in the group.

Wright, Louis T.
1947
Reel 61

Young, Ada
1947
Reel 61

Includes news on the Du Bois family

A. General Correspondence, 1948
1948

Ad Hoc Committee to Lift Ban on The Nation. Also: Archibald MacLeish
1948
Reel 61

Re: a ban against The Nation in the New York schools.

Adams, Ansel
1948
Reel 61

Re: a proposed book by Adams on the Black race.

Alexander, Lillian
1948
Reel 61

Alexander, Sadie Tanner
1948
Reel 61

American Academy of Arts and Letters. Also: Van Wyck Brooks
1948
Reel 61

American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born. Also: John Darr
1948
Reel 61

Includes a statement by Du Bois to be read at a conference sponsored by the Committee.

American Council on Race Relations. Also: Robert C. Weaver
1948
Reel 61

American Magazine. Also: Mabel Harding
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on progress in race relations in America over the past 30 years.

American Mercury. Also: Charles Angoff
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on progress in American race relations over the past 30 years.

American Sociological Society
1948
Reel 61

American Sociological Society
1948
Reel 61

Aptheker, Herbert
1948
Reel 61

Re: Aptheker's plans for publication of a book of Du Bois' letters.

Atlantic Monthly. Also: Edward Weeks
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on developments in national and international aspects of racial problems over the past 30 years.

Barbados Progressive League
1948
Reel 61

The annual report of the League.

Bender, W. A.
1948
Reel 61

Letter of appreciation to Du Bois.

Biberman, Herbert
1948
Reel 61

Birmingham World
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible syndicated column by Du Bois.

Blaine, Anita McCormick
1948
Reel 61

Correspondence from Du Bois outlining his financial needs in order to continue his work.

Boardman, Helen
1948
Reel 61

Bond, Horace Mann
1948
Reel 61

Bontemps, Arna
1948
Reel 61

Bradley, Lyman
1948
Reel 61

Re: a protest against the blacklisting of Marxist and labor schools by the Attorney General of the United States.

Broderick, Francis L.
1948
Reel 61

Re: his research on Du Bois.

Brooks, Van Wyck
1948
Reel 61

Brown, P. Rodgers
1948
Reel 61

Includes Du Bois' opinions on questions about Nat Turner's revolt.

Bruyn, Kathleen
1948
Reel 61

Includes Du Bois' opinions on the best ways to attack racial problems and segregation.

Cabot, Godfrey L.
1948
Reel 61

Re: the controversy over Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP

Callis, Henry Arthur
1948
Reel 61

Re: the controversy over Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP.

Capper, Arthur
1948
Reel 61

Carpenter, J. Henry
1948
Reel 61

Re: policy making in the Council on African Affairs.

Chicago Sun and Times Company. Also: Marshall Field
1948
Reel 61

China Welfare Fund. Also: Madame Sun Yat-sen
1948
Reel 61

Re: the work of that organization.

Christian Science Monitor
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible series of articles by Du Bois on developments in Africa.

Church Peace Union. Also: Henry A. Atkinson, Carl H. Voss
1948
Reel 61

Citizens Committee to Defend Representative Government. Also: William Jay Schieffelin
1948
Reel 61

Civil Rights Congress. Also: Harry F. Ward, Doxey Wil kerson, William L. Patterson, etc.
1948
Reel 61

Re: the work of that organization.

Collier's Magazine
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the progress in American race relations over the past 30 years.

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy. Also: Maud Russell
1948
Reel 61

Re: the work of the Committee.

Committee for Amnesty
1948
Reel 61

Re: Du Bois' service as a sponsor of the group.

Committee of One Hundred. Also: Carl Van Doren
1948
Reel 61

Committee of One Thousand. Also: Van Wyck Brooks, Hiram Hdydn
1948
Reel 61

Re: the Committee's goal of abolishing the House Un-American Activities Committee.

Committee to End the Jim Crow Silver-Gold System in the Panama Canal Zone. Also: Paul Robeson, Charles P. Howard, Charlotta Bass
1948
Reel 61

Re: the worh of the group to end racial discrimination against employees of the U.S. in the Panama Canal Zone.

Connecticut Chronicle
1948
Reel 61

Re: Du Bois' plan for a syndicated newspaper column.

Cook, Mercer
1948
Reel 61

Coronet
1948
Reel 61

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the progress in race relations over the past 30 years.

Cromwell, Otelia
1948
Reel 61

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro

Council on African Affairs. Also: Max Yergan, Shelton Hall Bishop, Paul Robeson, W. A. Hunton, Doxey Wilkerson
1948
Reel 61

Re: the forniation of a committee to be chaired by Du Bois which would make recommendations on Council policy; concerning the reorganization of the Council and the dismissal of Yergan as Executive Director; a petition prepared by Du Bois concerning the disposition of Libya, Eritrea and the Italian Somaliland; copies of New Africa.

Dabney, Thomas L.
1948
Reel 61

Re: the dismissal of Du Bois from the NAACP.

Daily Worker
1948
Reel 61

Davis, Allison
1948
Reel 61

Davis, Benjamin J., Jr.
1948
Reel 61

Davis, Harry E.
1948
Reel 61

Davis, John W.
1948
Reel 61

Re: Du Bois' plans for a cooperative study of the Negro

Dover, Cedric
1948
Reel 61

Re: Fisk University, possible service of American Blacks in India and other matters.

Drake, J. G. St. Clair
1948
Reel 61

Re: possible Italian trusteeship over Somaliland

Du Bois, Nina
1948
Reel 61

Includes news of Du Bois' recent work

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1948
Reel 61

East and West Association. Also: Pearl Buck
1948
Reel 61

Embree, Edwin R.
1948
Reel 61

Ethiopia. U.S. Legation. Also: Ras Inlru
1948
Reel 61

Re: the struggle of American Blacks and their possible cooperation with Ethiopia.

Fast, Howard
1948
Reel 61

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1948
Reel 61

Fishel, Leslie H., Jr.
1948
Reel 61

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1948
Reel 61

Fisk University. Also: Arna Bontenlps
1948
Reel 61

Ford, James W.
1948
Reel 61

Re: Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP.

Fosdick, Harry Emerson
1948
Reel 61

Franklin, John Hope
1948
Reel 61

Frazier, E. Franklin
1948
Reel 61

Freedmen's Publishing Company. Also: Carter Weiley
1948
Reel 61

Re: Du Bois' plan to publish a syndicated newspaper colunm.

Galer, Julio
1948
Reel 61

Re: Galer's interest in Langston Hughes.

Gallagher, Buell G.
1948
Reel 61

General Education Board. Also: Fred McCuistion
1948
Reel 61

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Graham, Shirley
1948
Reel 61

Includes a copy of a letter from Graham protesting the removal of her biography of Paul Robeson from a list of recommended books.

Great Britain. Also: Clement Atlee
1948
Reel 61

Letter to Atlee protesting the treatment of Black residents of Liverpool during a recent riot in that city.

Harper's Magazine. Also: Frederick L. Allen
1948
Reel 62

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on national and international aspects of race problems over the past 30 years.

Harris, Abram L.
1948
Reel 62

Harris, Jesse Fauset
1948
Reel 62

Herskovits, Melville J.
1948
Reel 62

Holden, Edith
1948
Reel 62

Re: Edward W. Blyden.

Holmes, John Haynes
1948
Reel 62

Re: the dismissal of Du Bois from the NAACP.

Hughes, Langston
1948
Reel 62

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

Huntington (N.Y.) Public Schools
1948
Reel 62

Re: the use of materials on Black Americans in the curriculum of the schools.

Hunton, W. A.
1948
Reel 62

Re: the dismissal of Du Bois from the NAACP.

International Mark Twain Society. Also: Cyril Clemens
1948
Reel 62

Isaacs, Stanley M.
1948
Reel 62

Re: the Schomburg Collection of the New York Public Library.

Jefferson School of Social Science. Also: Howard Selsam
1948
Reel 62

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1948
Reel 62

Johnson, Mordecai W.
1948
Reel 62

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Johnson, Oakley C.
1948
Reel 62

Copy of a white supremacy pamphlet distributed in New Orleans and forwarded to Du Bois by Johnson.

Jones, Eugene Kinckle
1948
Reel 62

Kansas City Call
1948
Reel 62

Re: a possible syndicated column by Du Bois.

Lewis, Oscar
1948
Reel 62

Re: Lewis' research on the effects of slavery on Blacks.

Liberty Magazine
1948
Reel 62

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the progress in race relations over the past 30 years.

Locke, Alain
1948
Reel 62

Logan, Rayford W.
1948
Reel 62

Louisiana Weekly
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' proposed syndicated column.

Louisville Defender
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' proposed syndicated column.

MacDougall, Curtis D.
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP.

Marshall, Thurgood
1948
Reel 62

Letter from Du Bois concerning the death of Marshall's father.

Masses and Mainstream. Also: Herbert Aptheker, Samuel Sillen
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' service as a contributing editor.

Moreno, E. Pina
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' religious beliefs.

Murphy, Carl
1948
Reel 62

Re: discrimination in interstate railroad travel.

Myrdal, Gunnar
1948
Reel 62

Birthday greeting from Myrdal.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Arthur Spingarn, Walter White, Madison Jones, James Ivy, Hugh Smythe, Louis T. Wright, Gloster Current, Roy Wilkins
1948
Reel 62

Re: the publication of the NAACP petition to the United Nations; concerning Du Bois' need for additional office space; concerning the presidental campaign and partisan political activity; concerning a meeting of Du Bois with Eleanor Roosevelt; concerning the association of the NAACP with the current U.S. administration's foreign policies; concerning the dismissal of Du Bois; correspondence between Du Bois and Smythe on the Council on African Affairs; monthly reports.

National Committee to Free the Ingram Fanlily
1948
Reel 62

National Conference on American Policy in China and the Far East
1948
Reel 62

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Also: William H. Melish
1948
Reel 62

National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions. Also: Harlow Shapley, Howard Fast
1948
Reel 62

Re: the candidacy of Henry Wallace for president; concerning the NAACP and the peace movement; concerning Du Bois' membership on the Council

National Guardian. Also: Cedric Belfrage
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' articles on developments in Africa.

National Institute of Arts and Letters. Also: William Rose Benet
1948
Reel 62

Re: a protest against the House Un-American Activities Committee.

National Non-Partisan Delegation to Washington for Passage of Civil Rights Legislation
1948
Reel 62

Press release.

National Theatre Conference. Also: Hallie Flanagan Davis
1948
Reel 62

Conments on Du Bois' play, Black Man.

National Wallace for President Committee. Also: Elmer A. Benson, C. B. Baldwin
1948
Reel 62

Re: the campaign; concerning Du Bois' participation in partisan politics.

National Youth Assembly Against Universal Military Training. Also: John Darr
1948
Reel 62

Nehru, Jawaharlal
1948
Reel 62

Birthday greetings to Du Bois.

New School for Social Research
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' lecture series, including notes and materials used for the course by Du Bois.

New York (N.Y.). Mayor
1948
Reel 62

Letter from Du Bois recommending an appointment to the Civil Service Commission.

New York Public Library. Also: Ralph Beals
1948
Reel 62

Re: Du Bois' recomnendation for increased support for the Schomburg Collection of the Library.

New York Herald Tribune
1948
Reel 62

Letters to the editor from Du Bois concerning newspaper reports on racial conditions in the South and on the possible return of African colonies to Italy.

New York Post
1948
Reel 62

Re: a possible column of news about Africa; a letter to the editor from Du Bois concerning the meaning of the presidential election results.

New York Star
1948
Reel 62

Letter to the editor from Du Bois concerning the condition of Black laborers in the Panama Canal Zone.

New York Times
1948
Reel 62

Letter to the editor from Du Bois concerning the Schomburg Collection of the New York Public Library; concerning a possible article by Du Bois on progress in race relations over the past 30 years; a letter to the editor concerning the newspaper's comments on the Progressive Party platform; a letter to the editor concerning conditions of Black laborers in the Panama Canal Zone; a letter to the editor concerning discrimination in interstate travel.

Odum, Howard W.
1948
Reel 62

Overseas News Agency
1948
Reel 62

Includes Du Bois' opinions on the coverage of African news.

Padmore, George
1948
Reel 62

Pan-African Federation. Also: George Padmore, Florence Nichol, T. R. Makonnen
1948
Reel 62

Re: the publication of the NAACP petition to the United Nations, including correspondence with Pan-Africa on this matter; concerning developments in Africa and in England affecting Africans.

Pankhurst, E. Sylvia
1948
Reel 62

Re: Ethiopia and conditions in Africa

Peck, Theodora
1948
Reel 62

Pickens, William
1948
Reel 62

Pittsburgh Courier
1948
Reel 62

Re: the death of Ghandi

PM
1948
Reel 62

Re: a possible column of African news.

Progressive Citizens of America. Also: C. B. Baldwin, Theodora Peck, Howard Fast, Maxim Lieber
1948
Reel 62

Progressive Party
1948
Reel 62

Platform, press releases

Quarles, Benjamin
1948
Reel 62

Rautenstrauch, Walter
1948
Reel 62

Reid, Ira
1948
Reel 62

Robeson, Paul
1948
Reel 62

Statement from Robeson, Du Bois, Roscoe Dunjee and Charles P. Howard calling for action by the President and Attorney General of the U.S. to protect civil rights.

Rose, Arnold M.
1948
Reel 62

Julius Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin R. Embree, Will W. Alexander
1948
Reel 62

Saturday Evening Post
1948
Reel 63

Re: a possible article by Du Bois on the progress in race relations over the past 30 years.

Shapley, Harlow
1948
Reel 63

Sigma Pi Phi. Also: H. Councill Trenholm, Raymond Pace Alexander, etc.
1948
Reel 63

Re: a study of the membership conducted by Du Bois in preparation for a lecture.

Society of American Historians. Also: Allan Nevins
1948
Reel 63

Southern Negro Youth Congress
1948
Reel 63

Board minutes, correspondence

Soviet Russia Today. Also: Jessica Smith
1948
Reel 63

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1948
Reel 63

Stokes, Anson Phelps
1948
Reel 63

Birthday greetings to Du Bols; concerning the Encyclupedia of the Negro; concerning Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP.

Thompson, Charles H.
1948
Reel 63

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

Tobias, Channing H.
1948
Reel 63

Torrence, Ridgely
1948
Reel 63

Tuskegee Institute. Also: F. D. Patterson
1948
Reel 63

Re: the Encyclopedia of the Negro.

United Nations. Also: Edward Lawson, Trygve Lie
1948
Reel 63

Re: the NAACP petition on civil rights of Black Americans; miscellaneous materials.

United Public Workers of America. Also: Thomas Richardson
1948
Reel 63

Re: racial dis- crimination against union members in the Panama Canal Lone.

U.S. Senate. Also: Arthur Capper
1948
Reel 63

U.S. United Nations Delegation. Also: Warren R. Austin, Eleanor Roosevelt
1948
Reel 63

Van Doren, Carl
1948
Reel 63

Van Vechten, Carl
1948
Reel 63

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1948
Reel 63

Wallace, Henry A.
1948
Reel 63

Re: Du Bois' dismissal from the NAACP; concerning American-Russian relations.

Walton, Lester A.
1948
Reel 63

Weaver, Robert L.
1948
Reel 63

Wilkerson, Doxey A.
1948
Reel 63

Williams, Du Bois
1948
Reel 63

Williams, Eric
1948
Reel 63

Williams, Yolande Du Bois
1948
Reel 63

Wilson, J. Finley
1948
Reel 63

Appeal by Wilson, Du Bois, Benjamin Mays and others for a rally and assembly for civil rights.

Woodson, Carter G.
1948
Reel 63

Workshop for Cultural Democracy. Also: Rachel Davis DuBois, L. Hollingsworth Wood
1948
Reel 63

Minutes.

Wright, Louis T.
1948
Reel 63

Unidentified hate letters directed to Du Bois.
1948
Reel 63

A. General Correspondence, 1949
1949

African Aid Committee
1949
Reel 63

List of officers and sponsors for this committee chaired by Du Bois.

Aiken, Isabel
1949
Reel 63

Critique by Du Bois of Arnold Toynbee's Study of History.

American Continental Congress for World Peace. Also: John Clark, Uta Hagen, Elizabeth Moos, Linus Fauling, O. John Rogge
1949
Reel 63

Re: the sponsorship for this Mexico City meeting.

American Council for a Democratic Greece. Also: Abraham L. Pomerantz
1949
Reel 63

American Labor Party. Also: Arthur D. Kahn, Vito Marcantonio, Joseph Cadden
1949
Reel 63

American Russian Institute. Also: Ernest C. Ropes
1949
Reel 63

Aptheker, Herbert
1949
Reel 63

Comparison by Du Bois of American Blacks and Marxists on their potential use of force.

Armattoe, R. E. G.
1949
Reel 63

Letter from Du Bois concerning the Peace Congress of the Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Letters; concerning the possible nomination of Du Bois for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Atlanta University. Also: J. Max Bond, Mozell Hill
1949
Reel 63

Letter to Du Bois from Bond concerning African students in the U.S.; correspondence with Hill concerning a possible article by Du Bois for Phylon.

Authors League of America
1949
Reel 63

Request fron Du Bois for reinstatement to the League.

Baldwin, C. B.
1949
Reel 63

Banks, W. R.
1949
Reel 63

Bill of Rights Conference. Also: Clark Foreman
1949
Reel 63

Blaine, Anita McCormick
1949
Reel 63

Re: Du Bois' financial needs; concerning his trip to Europe.

Bond, Horace Mann
1949
Reel 63

Re: Bond's African journey.

Bontemps, Arna
1949
Reel 63

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1949
Reel 63

Broderick, Francis L.
1949
Reel 63

Re: his research on Du Bois.

Brown, S. Joe
1949
Reel 63

Information on Nina Du Bois' family.

Burroughs, Charles, Jr.
1949
Reel 63

China Welfare Fund. Also: Talitha Gerlach. Madame Sun Yat-sen
1949
Reel 63

Concernilng the work of the Fund and Du Bois' membership in it.

Civil Rights Congress. Also: William L. Patterson, Lsther Cooper, Clifford Odets, Dashiell Hammett, Paul Robeson, O. John Rogge
1949
Reel 63

Includes a call for a Conference on civil and hurnan rights

Belfield-Clarke, C.
1949
Reel 63

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy. Also: Maud Russell
1949
Reel 63

Committee for Free Political Advocacy. Also: Earl B. Dickerson, Paul J. Kern, James A. Wolfe
1949
Reel 63

Re: the Committee's work in defending free speech.

Committee to End the Jim Crow Silver-Gold System in the Panama Canal Zone
1949
Reel 63

Communist Party, U.S.A. Also: Marian Bachrach
1949
Reel 63

Conference Committee. Also: Paul O'Dwyer, Stanley M. Isaacs, Osmond K. Fraenkel, Marian Wynn Perry
1949
Reel 63

Re: opposition to the Mundt-Nixon Bill.

Council on African Affairs. Also: W. A. Hunton, Paul Robeson, Louise Patterson
1949
Reel 63

Correspondence; minutes of the Executive Board; press releases; financial records; a news release cupy of Du Bois' address at the Welcome Home Rally for Paul Robeson; a copy of Du Bois' Lesrimony betore the U. S. House of Representatives' Committee on Foreign Relations; copies of New Africa.

Cronon, Edmund J.
1949
Reel 63

Du Bois' comments on the influence and importance of Marcus Garvey.

Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace. Also: Maxine Wood
1949
Reel 63

Dabney, Wendell P.
1949
Reel 63

Daily Worker. Also: John Pittman
1949
Reel 63

Davis, Benjamin J., Jr.
1949
Reel 63

Re: Davis' campaign for the New York Clty Council.

Davis, Harry E.
1949
Reel 63

Davis, John W.
1949
Reel 63

Diggs, Irene
1949
Reel 63

Re: plans for a book concerning Blacks in the United States to be co-authored by Diggs and Du Bois.

Dover, Cedric
1949
Reel 63

Doyle, Bertram W.
1949
Reel 63

Re: his father, Sebastian Doyle.

Du Bois, Nina
1949
Reel 63

Re: the Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace held in New York City.

Oduduwa, Egbe Omo
1949
Reel 63

Re: the work of this group for Nigeria.

Einstein, Albert. Also: Emily Balch, Edwin Oahlberg, Thomas Mann, W. J. Walls
1949
Reel 63

Letter from Einstein and others urging Du Bois' attendance at a peace meeting in Washington.

Fast, Howard
1949
Reel 63

Fisher, Ruth Anna
1949
Reel 63

Recent news

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson, Arna Bontemps
1949
Reel 63

Re: Du Bois' grand daughter's possible attendance at Fisk; concerning manuscripts donated by Du Bois to the library.

Foreman, Clark
1949
Reel 63

Letter from Du Bois concerning the China Aid Council.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1949
Reel 63

The text of a speech by Frazier.

Gallagher, Buell G.
1949
Reel 63

Glenville Area Community Council (Cleveland, Ohio)
1949
Reel 63

Information on the work of the Council.