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Concerning equality across the color line, and Du Bois' books being tanslated in the Japanese language.

Enclosing the first bulletin of the second Pan African Congress and listing the dates and locations of the Congress' sessions.

Signed George Govers, President, and Pierre Biermann, Founder; typed version of the Party's appeal to the Embassy to advocate on behalf of W. E. B. Du Bois in light of his recent indictment by the U.S. Dept. of Justice (see mums312-b133-i334 through…

Concerns forthcoming conference about the "Encyclopedia of the Negro." Also refers to minutes from previous meeting.

Concerning the night session of the Pan African Congress.

Du Bois would like the opportunity to speak to delegates of the upcoming Accra Assembly who are interested in the study of African life and history.

Criticizing Du Bois's conflation of the terms "Pan African Congress" and "Pan African Association" and discussion the difficulties surrounding the third Pan African Congress.

Informing Du Bois that Bellegarde has been appointed the Haitian minister to Washington, D.C. and reestablishing his ties with Du Bois and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)..

Concerning a letter of introduction to Countee Cullen and Yolande Du Bois who are living in Paris following their wedding.

Appealing to Lord Halifax to facilitate the conferral of a British travel visa for W. E. B. Du Bois, such that he may attend the Pan African Congress to be held that fall in Manchester, and supporting his plea with lengthy praise for Du Bois's…
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