- American Legion Committee on Colored Activities—22nd National Convention, 1940
- The US Armed Forces were segregated until the late 1940s, and the American Legion followed suit. This program from the Committee on Colored Activities for the American Legion’s 1940 national convention in Boston announced events of interest for African American attendees and their families. The program also provided an opportunity for Boston’s African American businesses to advertise.
- History of the American Legion by Robert P Rhea of James Reese Europe Post No. 5, Inc
- A history of the American Legion written about 1940 by Post 5 Past Commander Robert P. Rhea.
- J.R. Anderson, Soldier and Citizen—A Biographical Sketch
- John R. Anderson/Soldier and Citizen is an unpublished 1957 biography of a longtime Post 5 member and officer who served in the Spanish-American War and in World War I. The Post 5 archives contain a number of the source materials used to write the biography.
- Bulletin of the James Reese Europe Post No. 5, Inc.—Sept 1947
- The September 1947 issue of the Post 5 Bulletin, containing the news that Past Commander Harvey L. Bean has been named the first African American Vice Commander of the DC Department of the American Legion, and that Mrs. Georgianna S. Dudley, Past President of the Post 5 Auxiliary, has been named the first African American Vice President of the Department Auxiliary.