Browse Items (17 total)

  • Tags: African-Americans and WWI

PI090618.pdf
Asking for assistance in putting out "propaganda in promotion of the morale" of African Americans.

T100135.pdf
RR Moton, principal of the Tuskegee Institute, calls on African-Americans to aid the war effort by working six days a week.

PI060618.pdf
African American farmers of the South who are cooperating with the US Saturday Service League are providing a great service.

T100134.pdf
Emmett Scott writes to George Creel suggesting a conference of African American leaders and editors, financed by the Committee on Public Information.

T100133.pdf
Emmett Scott writes to George Creel suggesting a conference of African American newspaper editors to address state of affairs of in their communities during the war.

T100130.pdf
Recounting heroism of African American soldiers in France and requesting assistance regarding lynchings in the US.

T100129.pdf
Wholesale grocer in N.C. requests the President's assistance regarding lynching.

PI050618.pdf
Suggesting "special propaganda" for African Americans who may have the wrong impression regarding Liberty Loans.

P050318.pdf
Establishing an African American division within the Committee on Public Information.

T100248d.pdf
African American sentiment during the war.

TI00248.pdf
Letter proposing an "educational propaganda" program among African Americans.

TI00246.pdf
US Saturday Service League wants to change the practice of farmers taking Saturdays off in order to raise more food and feed.

TI00245.pdf
Pamphlet produced by the United States Food Administration urging people to eat cornmeal in place of wheat and beans, fish, and poultry in place of meat.
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