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Box 18 January 1924-December 1929
Box 18, Folder 1 Correspondence: January-March, May, June, August, September, December 1924; February, March, May, June, October-December 1925

The correspondence consists of routine personal letters about St. John's A.M.E. Church, the Cleveland Civic Federation and the Lincoln League of America. The correspondents are Charles Cottrill, Rev. J. R. Jackson and Harry Smith.

Medill McCormick to George Myers; January 8, 1924
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Thomas E. Monks to George Myers; February 2, 1924
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Charles Cottrill to George Myers; February 2, 1924
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Medill McCormick to George Myers; February 11, 1924
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Charles Smith to George Myers; February 18, 1924
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Reverdy Ransom to George Myers; February 29, 1924
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; March 5, 1924
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[Charles M. Audery] to George Myers; March 6, 1924
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Walter L. Flory to George Myers; June 27, 1924
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Check from George Myers to John B. Giles; August 30, 1924
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; September 5, 1924
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Francis S. Goff to George Myers; October 8, 1924
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John O. Spencer to Sara J. Myers; December 28, 1924
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Jane E. Hunter to George Myers; February 18, 1925
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Dr. and Mrs. E.A. Bailey to George Myers; March 20, 1925
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John B. Giles to George Myers; May 7, 1925
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Thomas W. Fleming and Byron S. Riffe to George Myers; May 20, 1925
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[George F. Bragghs] to George Myers; June 19, 1925
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Roscoe Simmons to George Myers; August 24, 1925
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; October 4, 1925
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Dorothy to George Myers; October 20, 1925
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Milton Gibson to George Myers; October 27, 1925
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; November 11, 1925
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Walter White to George Myers; December 3, 1925
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Walter L. Cohen to George Myers; December 22, 1925
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Box 18, Folder 2

Correspondence: January, March-June, August-December 1926

The letters are primarily personal correspondence except Myers's response to a Chamber of Commerce questionnaire on black migration and conditions in the black community. The correspondents are Rev. J. R. Jackson and George Myers.

J.S. Jackson to George Myers; January 18, 1926
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Clark L. Mock to George Myers; March 11, 1926
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Answer to Questionnaire by George Myers [1st draft]; March 11, 1926
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Answer to Questionnaire to George Myers; March 11, 1926
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; March 13, 1926
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Clark L. Mock to George Myers; March 15, 1926
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; April 6, 1926
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Postcard from J.S. Jackson to George Myers; March 28, 1926
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; June 7, 1926
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[Walter E. Walter] to George Myers; June 8, 1926
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; June 18, 1926
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George Myers to George M. Sampson; June 28, 1926
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; August 30, 1926
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G.H. Jones to George Myers; September 1, 1926
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Howard L. Briggs to George Myers; September 8, 1926
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; September 8, 1926
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J.H. Jones to George Myers; September 9, 1926
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Bishop of the 3rd Episcopal District to Wilberforce University; September 11, 1926
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George Myers to Judge George S. Adams; October 4, 1926
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J.S. Jackson to George Myers; October 25, 1926
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E.S. Griffiths to George Myers; October 28, 1926
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George Clayborne to George Myers; November 29, 1926
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H.L. Lawrence to George Myers; November 30, 1926
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John B. Giles to George Myers; December 14, 1926
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; December 21, 1926
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Roscoe Conkling Bruce to the Superintendent of Public Schools; December 21, 1926
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Box 18, Folder 3

Correspondence: January-June 1927

The correspondence covers Myers's reflections on James Ford Rhodes, possible segregation in Cleveland Mercy Hospital and city schools, complaints over Cleveland News reporting racial incidents, and personal letters. The correspondents are R.G. Jones, George Myers and Harry Smith.

George Myers to R. G. Jones; January 3, 1927
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Lester A. Walton to George Myers; January 23, 1927
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Harvey Cushing to George Myers; January 29, 1927
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; February 2, 1927
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; February 8, 1927
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George Myers to Harvey Cushing; February 8, 1927
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J.H. Jones to Bishops, Elders, Ministers and Friends of 3rd Episcopal Dist.; February 12, 1927
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Harvey Cushing to George Myers; February 11, 1927
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; February 19, 1927
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Harvey Cushing to George Myers; February 23, 1927
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[Lois McBride] to George Myers; February 24, 1927
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; February 24, 1927
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; February 28, 1927
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George Myers to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm L. McBride; February 1927
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[Lois McBride] to George Myers; March 1, 1927
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; March 1, 1927
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; March 2, 1927
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; March 2, 1927
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[George Myers] to W.R. Hopkins; March 7, 1927
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Charles W. White to George Myers; March 7, 1927
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Charles W. White to R.G. Jones; March 22, 1927
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; March 23, 1927
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; March 28, 1927
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Norman W. Talbot to George Myers; March 28, 1927
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William R. Hopkins to George Myers; March 28, 1927
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[George Myers] to Daniel P. Rhodes; March 29, 1927
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George Myers to Daniel P. Rhodes; March 29, 1927
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R.G. Jones to Charlie W. White; March 30, 1927
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George P. Hinton to George Myers; April 1, 1927
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; April 2, 1927
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Phillis Wheatley Association to George Myers; April 2, 1927
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W.B. Gongwer to George Myers; May 25, 1927
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W.B. Gongwer to George Myers; June 6, 1927
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Andrew Squire to George Myers; June 17, 1927
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Andrew Squire to George Myers; June 27, 1927
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[George Myers] to Andrew Squire; June 28, 1927
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George Myers to Charley [?]; June 29, 1927
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[George Myers] to T.A. Robertson; June 29, 1927
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Box 18, Folder 4

Correspondence: August-December 1927

The correspondence covers Myers's protests to the city government over racial incidents at Woodlawn swimming pool, segregated municipal hospitals, the possible establishment of a black school of medicine and Newton D. Baker's analysis of the municipal election in Chicago and the effect of the black vote. The correspondents are George Myers and Harry Smith.

[George Myers] to W.R. Hopkins; August 9, 1927
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Thomas W. Fleming to George Myers; August 11, 1927
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Eddy District Boosters Association to [George Myers]; August 20, 1927
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F.S. Harmon to George Myers; August 22, 1927
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George Myers to F.S. Harmon; August 23, 1927
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John C. White to George Myers; August 23, 1927
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George Myers to F.S. Harmon; August 23, 1927
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F.S. Harmon to George Myers; August 24, 1927
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[George Myers] to F.S. Harmon; August 25, 1927
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Emmett J. Scott to George Myers; August 25, 1927
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[George Myers] to W.R. Hopkins; September 7, 1927
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George Myers to Fred H. Thomas; September 7, 1927
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William R. Hopkins to George Myers; September 12, 1927
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C.O. Todd to [George Myers]; September 19, 1927
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George Myers to Joseph Smith; September 21, 1927
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D.S. Blossom to George Myers; October 15, 1927
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George Myers to Joseph Smith; October 25, 1927
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George Myers to Newton D. Baker; November 17, 1927
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Newton D. Baker to George Myers; November 18, 1927
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George Myers to Newton D. Baker; November 21, 1927
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George Myers to W.R. Hopkins; December 13, 1927
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George Myers to [Lethra Fleming], Alexander H. Martin, Mrs. Gibson; December 21, 1927
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Abba Hillel Silver to George Myers; December 28, 1927
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George Myers to W.R. Hopkins; December 29, 1927
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George Myers to Thwing; 1927
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Box 18, Folder 5

Correspondence: January-August, October-December, 1928

The correspondence is primarily concerned with Myers's opposition to a black hospital, discrimination in the City Hospital and possible outbreaks of violence at the Woodlawn swimming pool. The correspondents are Dudley Blossom, William R. Hopkins, George Myers and Harry Smith.

M.A. DeWolfe to George Myers; January 20, 1928
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[unknown] to Elbert Hubbard; January 20, 1928
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George Myers to M.A. DeWolfe Howe; January 24, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; January 26, 1928
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George Myers to W.R. Hopkins; January 26, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; January 28, 1928
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Elbert Hubbard to Mr. Theo DeWitt; January 30, 1928
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W.R. Hopkins to George Myers; January 31, 1928
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Tony Langston George Myers; February 4, 1928
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George Myers to W.R. Hopkins; February 6, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; February 6, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; February 20, 1928
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Charles W. White to George Myers; February 24, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; March 3, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; March 14, 1928
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H.C. Smith to George Myers; March 17, 1928
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H.V. Shulters to George Myers; March 17, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; March 20, 1928
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George Myers to Thomas W. Fleming; April 6, 1928
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Edwin D. Barry to George Myers; April 20, 1928
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George Myers to Joseph Smith; April 23, 1928
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[H.L. Simmons] to Harry C. Smith; May 19, 1928
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George Myers to R.G. Jones; May 22, 1928
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Clayborne George to George Myers; May 25, 1928
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C.F. Hummeutt to George Myers; June 15, 1928
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W.T. Anderson, Henry R. Jones, D. Arnold Walker to Bishop and Conf.; June 15, 1928
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; June 21, 1928
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[H.L. Simmons] to James Weaver; July 19, 1928
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Henry P. Jones to George Myers; August 15, 1928
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George Myers to H.L. Robinson; August 24, 1928
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Maurice Maschke to George Myers; October 24, 1928
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D.S. Blossom to Charles W. White; October 24, 1928
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[Charles W. White] to Dudley S. Blossom; October 26, 1928
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; November 7, 1928
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D. Ormonde Walker to George Myers; November 12, 1928
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Maurice Maschke to George Myers; November 13, 1928
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; November 21, 1928
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C.W. Brand to George Myers; November 24, 1928
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C.G. Woodson to George Myers; December 15, 1928
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[George Myers] to [unknown]; [1928]
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St. John's Budget; [1928]
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[George Myers] to [unknown]; [1928]
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Box 18, Folder 6

Correspondence: January-February, May-July 1929

The correspondence is primarily routine correspondence dealing with Myers's stock and trust. Also included are Myers's appeals to Charles Bolton and H. M. Hanna asking for funds to aid Myers's church in helping southern blacks. The letters contain Myers's impression of southern blacks. The correspondent is George Myers.

C.E. Sullivan to [George Myers]; January 8, 1929
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A.A. Welsh to George Myers; January 9, 1929
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C.W. Brand to George Myers; January 10, 1929
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A.A. Welsh to George Myers; January 18, 1929
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[George Myers] to Maurice Maschke; February 4, 1929
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Maurice Maschke to George Myers; February 5, 1929
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[George Myers] to Joseph F. Smith; February 4, 1929
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H.M. Hanna to [George Myers]; February 20, 1929
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[George Higgins] to [George Myers]; February 27, 1929
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W. King White to [George Myers]; February 27, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; March 1, 1929
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Newton D. Baker to George Myers; May 7, 1929
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M.A. DeWolfe Howe to George Myers; May 12, 1929
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John R. Lynch to George Myers; June 14, 1929
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Newton D. Baker to George Myers; June 16, 1929
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[George Myers] to Chester C. Bolton; June 29, 1929
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[George Myers] to H.M. Hanna; [June 1929]
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Chester C. Bolton to George Myers; July 1, 1929
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[Chester C. Bolton] to George Myers; July 1, 1929
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[George Myers] to Chester C. Bolton; July 5, 1929
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John R. Lynch to George Myers; July 5, 1929
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Charles W. White to George Myers; July 6, 1929
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Newton D. Baker to George Myers; July 8, 1929
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[Herrick] to George Myers; July 17, 1929
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Box 18, Folder 7

Correspondence: August-December 1929

The correspondence is primarily concerned with stocks and trust accounts and stockholders meetings. One letter from H. C. Smith mentions again the possible construction of an all black hospital. The correspondents are George Myers and Harry C. Smith.

Harry C. Smith to the Editor, the Plain Dealer; August 16, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; August 17, 1929
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Franklin D. Webster to George Myers; August 18, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; September 4, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to the Editor, the Plain Dealer; September 4, 1929
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H.H. Allyn to George Myers; September 6, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; September 11, 1929
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Harry C. Smith to George Myers; September 13, 1929
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E.W. Doty to George Myers; September 13, 1929
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R.G. Jones to George Myers; September 14, 1929
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D. Ormonde Walker to George Myers; September 19, 1929
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G.M. Humphrey to [George Myers]; September 20, 1929
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Carl N. Osborne to [George Myers]; September 20, 1929
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Edwin D. Barry to George Myers; October 14, 1929
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C.E. Sullivan to [George Myers]; October 14, 1929
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J.H. Cole to [George Myers]; October 14, 1929
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Hall Kirkham to [George Myers]; October 14, 1929
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Russell S. Brown to George Myers; October 29, 1929
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A.A. Welsh to George Myers; October 31, 1929
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[George Myers] to Paul Bellamy; November 13, 1929
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Paul Bellamy to George Myers; November 14, 1929
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Mary Brown-Martin to George Myers; November 29, 1929
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G.M. Humphrey to [George Myers]; December 5, 1929
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A.A. Welsh to George Myers; December 5, 1929
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C.N. Osborne to [George Myers]; December 5, 1929
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E.A. Bailey to George Myers; December 14, 1929
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Union Cleveland Corporation to [George Myers]; December 14, 1929
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C.N. Osborne to George Myers; December 31, 1929
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G.M. Humphrey to [George Myers]; December 31, 1929
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[Cards of public membership]; [1929?]
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Memorandum in regard to Woodland Hills Park's Pool to George Myers; [1929?]
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[George Myers] to [unknown]; [1929?]
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[George Myers] to H.C. White; [1929?]
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