By William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker
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Grover Cleveland, wife of the former president, the ceremony at Sanders Theatre was unusually well attended. " Du Bois, the writer added, "handled his difficult and hazardous subject with absolute good taste, great moderation, and almost contemptuous fairness" (3 July 1890, pp. 1415). Du Bois was given ten minutes. His manuscript was written in ink and took something under the allotted time to delivera practice Du Bois followed throughout his life. 1. An undated note, signed by Albert Bushnell Hart, then assistant professor of History, follows this application in the Harvard archives: "Mr.
Page 6 Across the top of Du Bois's letter was written, presumably by its recipient: "Ought not to come without sufft means to carry through a year or nearly so. " Presumably as a result of Du Bois's letter, he was sent a form for applying for admission to Harvard College, which be returned filled out and signed but not dated. He noted that Fisk had "no regular method of marking class standing" and stated that be bad attended Great Barrington High School "4 years as an undergrad, 1 yr. , during summers of '86 and '87, in common English branches.
Well I think this is the reason: in order to get potatoes I shall under any circumstances have to give up the gratification of some other wants as love of ease and the like; in other words I must labor.
Against racism: unpublished essays, papers, addresses, 1887-1961 by William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker