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Night Session Pan African Congress, August 29, 1921
Concerning the night session of the Pan African Congress.
Letter from unidentified correspondent to Katherine A. Champney, December 30, 1929
Concerning a request for materials on Russia. From W. E. B. Du Bois' secretary.
Letter from unidentified correspondent to W. E. B. Du Bois, 1955
Signed "Betty"; enclosing a set of clippings she hopes he'll find "useful or interesting -- or maybe both" and reminding him to "take me seriously" about a certain article on Haiti.
The Second Pan-African Congress, 1921
Concerning details of the Second Pan African Congress including a breakdown of the sessions held, delegates and expenses.
Letter from W. E. B. Du Bois to American Labor Party, May 29, 1952
Asking for information on the corporation formed in Japan called "The New Development Corporation," and any figures available on the total foreign investments made by U.S. citizens over a period of years.
Ministre des colonies cabinet, 1919
A hand-drafted note listing the French ministers of colonies and their respective charges.
Making an Encyclopedia, 1961
List of institutions interested in the preparation of an encyclopedia in various languages.
Blank postcard of Universitatea C. I. Parhon, Bucharest, 1961
Blank postcard of Bucharest's C. I. Parhon University.
Lecture announcement, December 18, 1952
Announcing Du Bois will lecture in the middle west in march of 1938, "on the history of African and the present revolt."
Background of African Liberation Struggles seminar syllabus, February 1953
Detailing the subjects and reading to be discussed at W. E. B. Du Bois's weekly seminar on "African Liberation Struggles," and designating various guest lecturers for their imparting.