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Series 1, Correspondence, constitutes over three-fourths of the Du Bois Papers at the University of Massachusetts. It includes correspondence received by Du Bois and carbon copies of letters he wrote to others throughout his life. His life covered ninety-five years of important social change in the United States and in the world, during which Du Bois was a leading participant in many of the most important efforts for change. He knew and corresponded with many of the leading figures of his long lifetime.

Du Bois' correspondence files reflect his involvement in many areas of twentieth century racial, literary and social reform movements. The 100,000 or more items document his career and provide a wealth of information on the work of others with whom Du Bois came into contact. The earliest item of correspondence is from 1877, although the bulk of the material is from the post-1910 period. The files continue through the years of his work with the NAACP, teaching and research at Atlanta University during the 1930s and 1940s, return to the NAACP in 1944, involvement with the peace movement in the late 1940s and the 1950s, and work with the Encyclopedia Africana until his death in 1963. A few items of Shirley Graham Du Bois' correspondence concerning Du Bois from late 1963, 1964 and 1965 bring this part of the collection to a close.

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W.E.B. Du Bois Papers: Series 1B. Crisis Correspondence, 1911-1934
56 boxes (28 linear ft.)

Call no.: MS 312

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Series 1. Correspondence
1877-1964


B. Crisis Correspondence
1911-1934


B. Crisis Correspondence, 1911
1911

N.A.A.C.P.
1911
Reel 4: 204

Financial records of the Crisis.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1912
1912

Barber, J. Max
1912
Reel 4: 414

Re: the circulation and finances of the Voice of the Negro.

Clement, E. H.
1912
Reel 4: 421

N.A.A.C.P.
1912
Reel 4: 422

Financial materials; reports.

Pace, Harry H.
1912
Reel 4: 468

Re: the finances of the Crisis

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1913
1913

Johnson, James Weldon
1913
Reel 4: 551

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Oswald Garrison Villard
1913
Reel 4: 554

Financial reports; correspondence concerning Villard's resignation as a contributing editor of the Crisis.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1913
Reel 4: 579

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1914
1914

Bumstead, Horace
1914
Reel 4: 1023

Correspondence concerning the conduct of The Crisis and comments made in it about the Episcopalian Church.

Corrothers, James O.
1914
Reel 4: 1026

Dole, Charles F.
1914
Reel 4: 1029

Re: the editorial policies of The Crisis and about a recent article on Robert C. Ogden.

Gruening, Ernest H.
1914
Reel 4: 1035

Hope, John
1914
Reel 4: 1036

Kidder, C. G.
1914
Reel 4: 1037

Re: a Crisis article about Robert C. Ogden.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Oswald Garrison Villard. Joel Spingarn, Mary White Ovington, George Crawford, May Childs Nerney, Jane Addams, George Bradford, Charles Studin
1914
Reel 4: 1043

Financial materials; reports; correspondence on the relation of The Crisis to the NAACP; miscellaneous materials.

Pinkett, Y. J.
1914
Reel 4: 1137

Pratt, Richard H.
1914
Reel 4: 1138

Letter to Du Bois about The Crisis' stand against segregation.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1915
1915

Eldridge, Herbert Rucker
1915
Reel 5: 228

Milholland, Inez
1915
Reel 5: 232

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Oswald Garrison Villard, Joel Spingarn, George Bradford
1915
Reel 5: 233

Correspondence; financial materials.

Wendell Phillips Memorial Association. Also: William Brigham
1915
Reel 5: 287

Re: the mention in The Crisis of a Boston protest against The Birth of a Nation.

Tinkham, Alice
1915
Reel 5: 290

Letter from Tinkham concerning a Crisis editorial on the death of Booker T. Washington.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1916
1916

Beasley, Delilah
1916
Reel 5

Boyd, Henry A.
1916
Reel 5

Re: a controversy in the Baptist Church.

Gunner, Byron
1916
Reel 5

Hallinan, Charles
1916
Reel 5

Publicity suggestions for The Crisis from Hallinan

Hershaw, Lafayette M.
1916
Reel 5

Hope, John
1916
Reel 5

Mclntyre, R. H.
1916
Reel 5

Comments to Du Bois about a Crisis editorial critical of England.

Moton, R. R.
1916
Reel 5

Re: a letter to Moton published by Du Bois in The Crisis.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Joel Spingarn, Roy Nash, A. G. Dill
1916
Reel 5

Financial and budget materials; correspondence; auditor's report.

Rai, Lajpat
1916
Reel 5

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1916
Reel 5

Storey, Moorfield
1916
Reel 5

Letter to Du Bois concerning a Crisis editorial

Tinkham, Alice
1916
Reel 5

Letter from Du Bois concerning a Crisis editorial on Booker T. Washington.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1917
1917

Chesnutt, Charles
1917
Reel 5

Flipper, Henry O.
1917
Reel 5

Grimke, Francis J.
1917
Reel 5

Hurst, John
1917
Reel 5

Johnson, James Weldon
1917
Reel 5

Kennaday, Paul
1917
Reel 5

Lord, S. Churchstone
1917
Reel 5

N.A.A.C.P. Also: A. G. Dill
1917
Reel 5

Financial materials; reports

Pickens, William
1917
Reel 5

Rankin, Anne
1917
Reel 5

Russell, Charles Edward
1917
Reel 5

Scott, Emmett
1917
Reel 5

Storey, Moorfield
1917
Reel 5

Van Schaick, John, Jr.
1917
Reel 5

Re: Thomas Jesse Jones' report on Black education

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1918
1918

Burroughs, Charles
1918
Reel 7: 294

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
1918
Reel 7: 296

Cook, Coralie
1918
Reel 7: 319

Fauset, Jessie
1918
Reel 7: 334

Re: the position of Literary Editor of the Crisis.

Gunner, Byron
1918
Reel 7: 347

Re: Du Bois' "Close Ranks" editorial.

Hayford, Casely
1918
Reel 7: 356

Jason, W. C.
1918
Reel 7: 364

Letter to Du Bois concerning a Crisis editorial on Black education.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: A. G. Dill, Mary White Ovington, Charles Studin, Jessie Fauset, Oswald Garrison Villard, John Shillady
1918
Reel 7: 375

Financial and budget materials; reports; Crisis committee materials and correspondence; correspondence with Studin concerning government interest in the editorial policy of The Crisis during the war; miscellaneous.

Peabody, George Foster
1918
Reel 7: 456

U.S. Department of Labor. Also: George E. Haynes
1918
Reel 7: 463

U.S. War Department. Also: Newton D. Baker
1918
Reel 7: 470

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
1918
Reel 7: 474

Wallace, Sam
1918
Reel 7: 476

Correspondence concerning Du Bois' "Close Ranks" editorial

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1919
1919

Brown, Hallie Q.
1919
Reel 8

Letter from Brown concerning the delay in mailing of the May issue of The Crisis.

Capper, Arthur
1919
Reel 8

Re: the Post Office's delay in mailing the May Crisis.

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
1919
Reel 8

Carter, Elmer A.
1919
Reel 8

Letter to Du Bois concerning the Black soldier in the war.

Cassell, Nathaniel
1919
Reel 8

Davis, Harry E.
1919
Reel 8

Harris, Abram L.
1919
Reel 8

Re: a speech by William Monroe Trotter in Richmond, Virginia.

Haynes, George E.
1919
Reel 8

Independent Order of St. Luke. Also: Maggie Walker
1919
Reel 8

Kenyon, Mrs. George
1919
Reel 8

Correspondence about her accusation that Du Bois was anti-German.

Lawrence, David
1919
Reel 8

Letter from Du Bois questioning published comments by Lawrence about the Black press and The Crisis.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: A. G. Dill. John Shillady, James Weldon Johnson, Moorfield Storey, Jessie Fauset, Mary White Ovington, Robert Bagnall
1919
Reel 8

Financial material; reports; correspondence concerning the delay by the Post Office in the mailing of the May issue; information on the Tercentenary Commemoration.

New York State Woman Suffrage Party
1919
Reel 8

Pickens, William
1919
Reel 8

Pingree, Lizzie
1919
Reel 8

Sirnpson, James
1919
Reel 8

Re: Simpson's experiences in France while in the Army.

Wheeler, Laura
1919
Reel 8

Young, Charles
1919
Reel 8

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1920
1920

Caldwell, W. A.
1920
Reel 9

Re: participation of Black soldiers in World War I.

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
1920
Reel 9

Drinkwater, John
1920
Reel 9

Heming, Julia
1920
Reel 9

Criticism of The Crisis' attitude toward the South.

Howard High School (Wilmington, Del.)
1920
Reel 9

Re: the dismissal of Alice Dunbar Nelson from her teaching position.

Joint Protective Board of Railway Coach and Car Cleaners
1920
Reel 9

Copy of a protest against the working conditions of the Pullman Company.

N.A.A.C.P.
1920
Reel 9

1919 annual report; monthly reports of the Crisis; financial statements

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1921
1921

Boddy, James M.
1921
Reel 10: 681

Re: Thomas Jesse Jones and ethnology.

Bulkley, William L.
1921
Reel 10: 695

Bustin, D. J.
1921
Reel 10: 697

Re: Irish prejudice against Blacks and Irish independence.

Cheyney, Amanda
1921
Reel 10: 701

Re: Eugene Debs and the attitude toward Blacks of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen.

DeArmond, Fred
1921
Reel 10: 707

Re: the attitude of the South toward Blacks and Mexicans.

Douglass, Mitchell
1921
Reel 10: 721

Re: American Blacks emigrating to Africa.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Arthur Spingarn
1921
Reel 10: 748

Monthly reports; financial statements; annual report; copies of correspondence of Spingarn with the Black Star Line over the correction of an error in a article.

Owens, John H.
1921
Reel 10: 809

Re: a Du Bois article; including Owens' views on means of improving conditions of Black Americans.

Peabody, George Foster
1921
Reel 10: 812

Letter from Peabody expressing dissatisfaction with Du Bois' views.

Phelps-Stokes Fund
1921
Reel 10: 813

Redmond, S. D.
1921
Reel 10: 823

Enclosing a copy of a letter to the Memphis Commercial Appeal concerning the rights of Blacks.

Smith, Albert A.
1921
Reel 10: 840

Storey, Moorfield
1921
Reel 10: 844

Re: a Crisis editorial on a speech by President Warren G. Harding.

Thomas, Victor P.
1921
Reel 10: 847

Article by Thomas about a speech given by Du Bois in New Orleans.

Woodson, Carter G.
1921
Reel 10: 852

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1922
1922

Allison, Madeline
1922
Reel 11

Re: her responsibilities as secretary for The Crisis.

Andrews, William
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Atlanta Independent
1922
Reel 11

Re: the paper's difficulty in receiving exchange copies of The Crisis.

Brawley, Benjamin
1922
Reel 11

Re: possible establishment of a Negro art and literature institute.

Brown, C. S.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Butler, Frank
1922
Reel 11

Re: the possible establishment of a Negro art and literature institute.

Ceruti, E. Burton
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Clifford, Carrie W.
1922
Reel 11

Re: a possible Negro art and literature institute.

Cobb, James A.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Commercial Intelligence Bureau of Liberia
1922
Reel 11

Copeland, Allie
1922
Reel 11

Letter criticizing the attitude of The Crisis.

Davis, Benjamin J., Sr.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Davis, Harry E.
1922
Reel 11

Demby, E. Thomas
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Diton, Carl
1922
Reel 11

Comment on the death of E. Azalia Hackley.

Domingo, W. A.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the possibility of trade between various Black groups.

Dorsinville, Luc
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Black Star Line.

Edwards, E. M.
1922
Reel 11

Re: racial intermarriage.

Freelon, Allan R.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the formation of a Negro art and literature institute.

Hathaway, Isaac
1922
Reel 11

Re: the formation of a Negro art and literature institute.

Jones, Robert E.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill

Liberian Bureau of Inforination
1922
Reel 11

Miller, Kelly
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Mitchell, C. E.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill

Moore, Fred R.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Moorland, J. E.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill

Morton, Ferdinand Q.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dye! Bill.

Moss, H. B.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer bill.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Joel Spingarn, Moorfield Storey
1922
Reel 11

Monthly reports; 1922 annual report.

National Association of Colored Women
1922
Reel 11

Letter from Du Bois suggesting that they adopt The Crisis as their official organ.

National Races Congress. Also: W. H. Jernigan
1922
Reel 11

New Bedford Standard
1922
Reel 11

Re: the term "Negress."

Nolan, Joseph
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Black Star Line.

Phillips, Homer
1922
Reel 11

Re: an article on Leroy Bundy whom the NAACP had assisted after his arrest during the 1917 East St. Louis riot.

Randolph, A. Philip
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill

Sekanyolya
1922
Reel 11

Correspondence with this Ugandan newspaper.

Sexton, D. R.
1922
Reel 11

Re: Du Bois' statements on the illegitimacy of Abraham Lincoln.

Smith, Albert A.
1922
Reel 11

Tanner, Henry O.
1922
Reel 11

Vann, Robert L.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Wallace, P. A.
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Werner, Alice
1922
Reel 11

Re: the Black Star Line; on the possible republication of her books.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1923
1923

Abbott, Robert
1923
Reel 12: 1034

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Abyssinian Baptist Church. Also: Adam Clayton Powell, Sr.
1923
Reel 12: 1035

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Also: Carter G. Woodson
1923
Reel 12: 1046

Baltimore Afro-American. Also: Carl Murphy
1923
Reel 12: 1050

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Benjamin, Thomas
1923
Reel 12: 1051

Re: a article on the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Bibb, Joseph
1923
Reel 12: 1057

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Brown, Hallie Q.
1923
Reel 12: 1059

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Committee on Church Cooperation (Atlanta, Ga.)
1923
Reel 12: 1069

Re: Sherwood Eddy.

Dammond, William H.
1923
Reel 12: 1080

Re: The Crisis' recognition of educational activities.

Davis, Edward P.
1923
Reel 12: 1086

Re: The Birth of a Nation and other films prejudicial to Blacks being shown in Europe and America.

Davis, Harry E.
1923
Reel 12: 1089

Re: the Dyer Bill.

De Halzme, J. T.
1923
Reel 12: 1090

Re: Prince Challoughlczilczise.

Dickerson, G. Edward
1923
Reel 12: 1097

Re: an article he and William Lloyd Imes co-authored for the Crisis about the Cheyney Institute in Philadelphia.

Diton, Carl
1923
Reel 12: 1101

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Duffield, Mrs. E. A.
1923
Reel 12: 1111

Re: her criticism of Langston Hughes' poetry

Fortune, R. F.
1923
Reel 12: 1122

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Francis, Rothschild
1923
Reel 12: 1122

Re: conditions in the Virgin Islands.

Gillespie, A. R.
1923
Reel 12: 1127

Re: the Oyer Bill.

Green, S. W.
1923
Reel 12: 1128

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Guy, James H.
1923
Reel 12: 1128

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Hawkins, W. Ashbie
1923
Reel 12: 1131

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Haynes, George E.
1923
Reel 12: 1135

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Howard, Charles
1923
Reel 12: 1153

Re: a controversy between the NAACP and Perry Howard over the defeat of the Dyer Bill.

Howard, Wesley
1923
Reel 12: 1156

Re: Howard's musical career.

Howe, Annie
1923
Reel 12: 1170

Re: The Outlook, its editorial policy, and the controversy over a veterans' hospital at Tuskegee.

Imes, William Lloyd
1923
Reel 12: 1174

Re: an article on Cheyney Institute written with G. Edward Dickerson.

Jacobson, A.
1923
Reel 12: 1182

Re: objections to the publication of lynching photographs in The Crisis.

Kelley, Florence
1923
Reel 12: 1198

Re: the Sterling-Towner Bill.

Lynch, John R.
1923
Reel 12: 1206

Re: the Dyer Bill.

MacDade, A. O.
1923
Reel 12: 1209

Re: Cheyney Institute.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: A. G. Dill
1923
Reel 12: 1216

Nelson, Alice Dunbar
1923
Reel 12: 1256

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Pace, Harry H.
1923
Reel 12: 1264

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Palmer, Loring C.
1923
Reel 12: 1266

Re: the Virgin Islands.

Penn, I. Garland
1923
Reel 12: 1280

Re: the Dyer Bill

Phillips, C. H.
1923
Reel 12: 1288

Re: the Oyer Bill.

Pickens, William
1923
Reel 12: 1289

Reed, Irvin
1923
Reel 13: 4

Re: the Dyer Bill.

Smith, Albert A.
1923
Reel 13: 41

Re: his art work for The Crisis.

Tarbert, S. H.
1923
Reel 13: 69

Re: use of the ten "Negro."

Tobias, Channing H.
1923
Reel 13: 84

Re: the Dyer Bill

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1923
Reel 13: 96

Walters, Lelia
1923
Reel 13: 107

Re: a controversy over the claim that President Woodrow Wilson failed to return to Bishop Alexander Walters a letter containing his campaign pledges to American Blacks.

Watson, Blanche
1923
Reel 13: 107

Re: a Crisis article on the Dyer Bill.

Wetmore, J. Douglas
1923
Reel 13: 120

Wheeler, Laura
1923
Reel 13: 125

Work, Monroe N.
1923
Reel 13: 173

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1923
Reel 13: 176

Re: the Dyer Bill.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1924
1924

African World
1924
Reel 14: 472

Re: Marcus Garvey.

Allen, W. E.
1924
Reel 14: 473

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Barth, Max
1924
Reel 14: 476

Re: the "swastika" used as a decorative border on the pages of The Crisis

Black Swan Phonograph Company
1924
Reel 14: 489

Re: its bill for advertising in The Crisis.

Bok, Edward
1924
Reel 14: 490

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1924
Reel 14: 491

Brummit, Dan B.
1924
Reel 14: 492

Re: an article Du Bois wrote on the Methodist church.

Burleigh, Harry T.
1924
Reel 14: 497

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
1924
Reel 14: 509

Cather, Willa
1924
Reel 14: 512

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Chesnutt, Charles
1924
Reel 14: 513

Re: the Spingarn Prize and his writings.

Coles, L. F.
1924
Reel 14: 518

Re: the content of The Crisis.

Crawford, George W.
1924
Reel 14: 522

Curtis, T. A.
1924
Reel 14: 523

Advice for Black voters in the 1924 election

Dabney, Thomas L.
1924
Reel 14: 525

Comments on a Crisis editorial

Dabney, Wendell P.
1924
Reel 14: 526

Advice for Black voters in the 1924 election.

Davis, Harry E.
1924
Reel 14: 535

Re: postal rates for The Crisis and advice for Black voters in the 1924 election.

Derricotte, Juliette
1924
Reel 14: 545

District of Columbia Public Library
1924
Reel 14: 556

Re: the indexing of The Crisis by the H. W. Wilson Company.

Farrow, W. M.
1924
Reel 14: 573

Re: Farrow's art work

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
1924
Reel 14: 574

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Frank, Glenn
1924
Reel 14: 577

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1924
Reel 14: 578

Re: a contribution to The Crisis.

Gorum, Troy P.
1924
Reel 14: 590

Re: an article for The Crisis.

Hamilton, P. A.
1924
Reel 14: 601

Hampden, Walter
1924
Reel 14: 603

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Harris, Abram L.
1924
Reel 14: 606

Re: his contribution to The Crisis; concerning V. F. Calverton.

Hershaw, Lafayette M.
1924
Reel 14: 611

Advice to Black voters in the 1924 election.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1924
Reel 14: 621

Jones, Rosalie
1924
Reel 14: 623

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Julian, Percy
1924
Reel 14: 640

Re: a possible contribution to The Crisis

Lewis, Sinclair
1924
Reel 14: 644

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Lovett, Robert Morss
1924
Reel 14: 652

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Maran, Rene
1924
Reel 14: 653

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Methodist Episcopal Church. Board of Education for Negroes
1924
Reel 14: 655

Re: a Crisis article on W.H. Crogman.

Nail, John E.
1924
Reel 14: 664

N.A.A.C.P.
1924
Reel 14: 669

Materials include Ovington's lengthy report on the journal and Crisis Committee items.

New York Public Library
1924
Reel 14: 700

Re: indexing of The Crisis.

Newark (N.J.) Public Library
1924
Reel 14: 702

Re: indexing of The Crisis.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1924
Reel 14: 704

Re: a contribution to The Crisis.

ONeill, Eugene
1924
Reel 14: 710

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Owens, Gordon W.
1924
Reel 14: 711

Letter to Du Bois concerning an editorial in The Crisis and urging support for the Worker's Party.

Peabody, George Foster
1924
Reel 14: 715

Re: Crisis articles.

Pickens, William
1924
Reel 14: 724

Re: a Crisis editorial.

Redding, J. Saunders
1924
Reel 14: 747

Re: poems submitted to The Crisis.

Robinson, Edward Arlington
1924
Reel 14: 761

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Julius Rosenwald Fund
1924
Reel 14: 772

Re: an error in a report written about the Fund.

Shaw, George Bernard
1924
Reel 14: 778

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Smith, Albert A.
1924
Reel 14: 791

Re: his art work for The Crisis.

Spingarn, Amy
1924
Reel 14: 803

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Spingarn, Arthur B.
1924
Reel 14: 803

Stallings, Laurence
1924
Reel 14: 815

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Swann, Thomas W.
1924
Reel 14: 817

Re: Black support for Republicans in past elections.

Tanner, Henry O.
1924
Reel 14: 822

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Thornton, H. T.
1924
Reel 14: 833

Re: an article on Marcus Garvey.

Thurman, H. Wallace
1924
Reel 14: 835

Toomer, Jean
1924
Reel 14: 838

Re: a possible contribution.

Torrence, Ridgely
1924
Reel 14: 841

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
1924
Reel 14: 857

Re: a contribution to The Crisis.

Walton, Lester A.
1924
Reel 14: 874

Watson, Blanche
1924
Reel 14: 882

Wells, H. G.
1924
Reel 14: 886

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Wheeler, Laura
1924
Reel 14: 890

H. W. Wilson Company
1924
Reel 14: 920

Re: indexing of the Crisis.

Winsor, Ellen
1924
Reel 14: 923

Re: an article by E. Franklin Frazier on the use of violence.

Woodson, Carter G.
1924
Reel 14: 930

Yerby, W. J.
1924
Reel 14: 940

Young, Nathan B.
1924
Reel 14: 948

Re: Crisis articles and Fisk University

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1925
1925

Adams, A. D.
1925
Reel 16: 902

Re: the accusation that Du Bois was prejudiced against West Indians.

Anderson, Marian
1925
Reel 16: 972

Associated Publishers
1925
Reel 16: 984

Barrell, Alexina
1925
Reel 16: 988

Bond, James
1925
Reel 16: 1031

Bradby, R. L.
1925
Reel 16: 1044

Re: the Sweet trial.

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1925
Reel 16: 1047

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Broun, Heywood
1925
Reel 16: 1059

Burroughs, Charles
1925
Reel 16: 1074

Burroughs, Nannie H.
1925
Reel 16: 1074

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
1925
Reel 16: 1107

Chesnutt, Charles
1925
Reel 16: 1124

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Coleman, Anita Scott
1925
Reel 16: 1148

Cook, George W.
1925
Reel 16: 1159

Re: Howard University.

Crawford, George W.
1925
Reel 16: 1178

Cullen, Countee
1925
Reel 16: 1185

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Dass, A. K.
1925
Reel 16: 1193

Re: a possible article on India.

Dashwood, Gwendolen
1925
Reel 16: 1196

Regarding an article on her father, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

Davis, Harry E.
1925
Reel 16: 1202

Day, Caroline Bond
1925
Reel 16: 1224

Derricotte, Juliette
1925
Reel 16: 1236

Diton, Carl
1925
Reel 16: 1253

Re: the Black composer, EdwinHill.

Djan, Phillip Jao
1925
Reel 16: 1263

Re: the A. K. E. Zion Church and African missions.

Dunjee, Roscoe
1925
Reel 16: 1280

Dyer, L. C.
1925
Reel 16: 1282

Re: The Crisis.

Espy, Jarnes
1925
Reel 16: 1299

Re: the editorial policy and purpose of The Crisis.

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1925
Reel 17: 3

Re: a possible article.

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America
1925
Reel 17: 5

Re: the Harmon Awards.

Fisher, Rudolph
1925
Reel 17: 18

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Flipper, J. S.
1925
Reel 17: 20

Frazier, E. Franklin
1925
Reel 17: 35

Re: the Standard Life Insurance Company.

Gilpin Community Players
1925
Reel 17: 75

Glenn, Joseph B.
1925
Reel 17: 78

Re: an article on the work of the Catholic Church in the South.

Gruening, Martha
1925
Reel 17: 108

Hare, Maud Cuney
1925
Reel 17: 122

Harris, Abram L.
1925
Reel 17: 132

Re: a Crisis comment on his article on Blacks and economic radicalism.

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1925
Reel 17: 161

Re: the Spingarn Prize

Holmes, John Haynes
1925
Reel 17: 169

Re: a possible contribution

Hope, John
1925
Reel 17: 172

Horne, Frank S.
1925
Reel 17: 175

Hughes, Langston
1925
Reel 17: 185

Re: the Spingarn Prize

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1925
Reel 17: 229

Johnson, J. Rosamond
1925
Reel 17: 233

Julian, Percy
1925
Reel 17: 251

Kinsley, Samuel
1925
Reel 17: 264

Criticizing Crisis editorial policies during the 1924 election.

Lee, William
1925
Reel 17: 286

Re: sales of The Crisis.

Lewis, Sinclair
1925
Reel 17: 291

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Leys, Norman
1925
Reel 17: 293

Re: his book: Kenya.

Lord, S. Churchstone
1925
Reel 17: 308

Lovett, Robert Morss
1925
Reel 17: 310

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

McKay, Claude
1925
Reel 17: 328

Re: The Crisis and enclosing contributions for the journal

Maran, Rene
1925
Reel 17: 330

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Milholland, Inez
1925
Reel 17: 341

Re: her husband.

Munson, Gorham
1925
Reel 17: 360

N.A.A.C.P. Also: William Pickens, James Weldon Johnson, Walter White, Jessie Fauset. Mary White Ovington, A. G. Dill, Robert Bagnall, Charles Studin
1925
Reel 17: 365

Memo from Ovington on a proposed editorial on Fisk; concerning a proposed editorial on President Stanley Durkee of Howard University; monthly reports; Crisis Committee materials; financial statements; concerning the distribution of The Crisis in Louisville and San Oiego.

New York Public Library
1925
Reel 17: 446

Newsome, Effie Lee
1925
Reel 17: 451

Northwestern Christian Advocate. Also: Dan Brummit
1925
Reel 17: 458

ONeill, Eugene
1925
Reel 17: 462

Osborn, Chase
1925
Reel 17: 468

Re: Crisis comments on General Robert Bullard.

Owens, Gordon W.
1925
Reel 17: 471

Re: his criticisms of Du Bois and the NAACP.

Peabody, George Foster
1925
Reel 17: 485

Letter to Du Bois criticizing Crisis editorials

Powell, Wilson
1925
Reel 17: 516

Criticizing lynching stories in The Crisis.

Reiss, Winold
1925
Reel 17: 535

Smith, Albert A.
1925
Reel 17: 573

Spingarn, Amy
1925
Reel 17: 597

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1925
Reel 17: 599

Storey, Moorfield
1925
Reel 17: 610

Re: a tribute to him in The Crisis.

Sunday School Teacher. Also: S. N. Vass
1925
Reel 17: 617

Re: Fisk University.

Survey Graphic
1925
Reel 17: 623

Re: the possible use of The Crisis' mailing list for their Harlem issue.

Thurman, H. Wallace
1925
Reel 17: 646

Toomer, Jean
1925
Reel 17: 648

Turner, Thomas W.
1925
Reel 17: 653

Re: Howard University.

U.S. Post Office
1925
Reel 17: 659

Re: an article on the Philippines in The Crisis to which Du Bois thought there might be objections.

Van Vechten, Carl
1925
Reel 17: 663

Re: critical problems in judging works involving Blacks

Waters, James C.
1925
Reel 17: 678

Re: discrimination against blacks in the District of Columbia railroad station.

Watson, Blanche
1925
Reel 17: 681

Wells, H. G.
1925
Reel 17: 691

Wheeler, Laura
1925
Reel 17: 694

Wood, L. Hollingsworth
1925
Reel 17: 736

Woodruff, Hale
1925
Reel 17: 738

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Woofter, T. J., Jr.
1925
Reel 17: 746

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1926
1926

African Methodist Episcopal Church. Department of Foreign Missions
1926
Reel 20: 7

Letter to Du Bois responding to an article critical of them appearing in The Crisis.

Alexander, Lillian
1926
Reel 20: 27

Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1926
Reel 20

Bellegarde, Dantes
1926
Reel 20

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1926
Reel 20

Binga, Jesse
1926
Reel 20

Bontemps, Arna
1926
Reel 20

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1926
Reel 20

Re: what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Brawley, Benjamin
1926
Reel 20

Re: what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Brown, Hallie Q.
1926
Reel 20

Bruce, Roscoe Conkling
1926
Reel 20

Bunnell, Isabelle
1926
Reel 20

Re: Ingleside Seminary.

Chesnutt, Charles
1926
Reel 20

Re: what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Citizens and Southern Bank and Trust Company. Also: R. R. Wright, Sr.
1926
Reel 20

Re: The Crisis contest for articles on Black banks.

Coles, L. F.
1926
Reel 20

Comments from Coles on Senator William Borah's remarks on Black suffrage.

Crawford, Alice
1926
Reel 20

Crawford, George W.
1926
Reel 20

Cromwell, Otelia
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Cullen, Countee
1926
Reel 20

Davis, Harry E.
1926
Reel 20

Deutsch, Babette
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Diton, Carl
1926
Reel 20

Dixwell Community House. Also: Crawford, George
1926
Reel 20

Douglas, Aaron
1926
Reel 20

Drummond, Charlotte
1926
Reel 20

Re: the temporary exclusion of The Crisis from the mail in 1917 by the government.

Edmonds, Randolph
1926
Reel 20

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
1926
Reel 20

Flanagan, Thomas Jefferson
1926
Reel 20

Frazier, E. Franklin
1926
Reel 20

Gregory, Montgomery
1926
Reel 20

Re: his serving as a judge for the Spingarn Prize.

Grimke, Francis J.
1926
Reel 20

Hare, Maud Cuney
1926
Reel 20

Harris, Abram L.
1926
Reel 20

Herndon, A. F.
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Crisis contest for articles on Black banking and insurance.

Holmes, John Haynes
1926
Reel 20

Hood, Solomon Porter
1926
Reel 20

Horne, Frank S.
1926
Reel 20

Houston, Drusilla Dunjee
1926
Reel 20

Hughes, Langston
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Hunt, Ida Gibbs
1926
Reel 20

Hurston, Zora Neale
1926
Reel 20

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1926
Reel 20

Includes a copy of her play, Plumes.

Johnson, James Weldon
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Spingarn Prize; concerning what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Jones, Mildred Bryant
1926
Reel 20

Kenton, Edna
1926
Reel 20

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Kentucky. Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Also: James Bond
1926
Reel 20

Re: a lynching in that state.

Kerlin, Robert T.
1926
Reel 20

Re: what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Lasker, Bruno
1926
Reel 20

Lee, Algernon
1926
Reel 20: 982

Leslie, Robert
1926
Reel 20: 996

Re: a possible change in The Crisis

Leys, Norman
1926
Reel 20: 1009

Re: the attitude of the British Labor problems.

Liberty Life Insurance Company of Illinois. Also: M. O. Bousfield
1926
Reel 20: 1015

Re: the Crisis contest for articles on Black insurance.

Locke, Alain
1926
Reel 20: 1022

McCune, Catherine
1926
Reel 20: 1043

Re: the Ingleside Seminary.

Mathews, Loulie A.
1926
Reel 20: 1126

Miller, George Frazier
1926
Reel 20: 1160

Murray, Anna
1926
Reel 20: 1198

Includes a brief sketch of her husband, Daniel Murray.

Myers, Nannie J.
1926
Reel 20: 1204

Re: a protest to the Chicago Board of Education over racial references in a textbook.

Nail, John E.
1926
Reel 20: 1208

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Mary White Ovington, James Weldon Johnson, Charles Edward Russell, Paul Kennaday, Charles Studin, A. G. Dill, Walter White, William Pickens
1926
Reel 20: 1214

Includes comments on Carl Van Vechten in a memo to Du Bois from Dill; a report for The Crisis for 1925; Crisis committee materials; lists of comments from Black banks and insurance companies concerning the Crisis contest in those areas; concerning a proposed book guild.

N.A.A.C.P. Chicago Branch
1926
Reel 20: 1335

Re: the introduction of the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill into Congress.

New Orient
1926
Reel 20: 1356

Re: the racial designation of the Riffs of North Africa.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1926
Reel 20: 1365

Northeastern Life Insurance Company. Also: Harry Pace
1926
Reel 20: 1396

Re: the Crisis insurance contest.

Ovington, Mary White
1926
Reel 21: 10

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Pace, Harry H.
1926
Reel 21: 20

Perdue, M. M.
1926
Reel 21: 38

Re: the use of the word: "Negro" and related terms.

Phelps, William Lyon
1926
Reel 21: 53

Re: the problem of what is acceptable material in literature and art in portraying Blacks.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Anson Phelps Stokes
1926
Reel 21: 54

Pickens, William
1926
Reel 21: 63

Poole, Ernest
1926
Reel 21: 75

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Presbyterian Church. Board of National Missions
1926
Reel 21: 109

Re: conditions at Ingleside Seminary.

Quin, R. B.
1926
Reel 21: 133

Re: an article on Howard University scheduled for The Crisis.

Ransom, Reverdy C.
1926
Reel 21: 143

Redmond, S. D.
1926
Reel 21: 151

Re: Redmond's role in a legal dispute in Mississippi.

Reid, Ira
1926
Reel 21: 164

Richardson, Willis
1926
Reel 21: 177

Roberts, Isaac
1926
Reel 21: 189

Re: a Crisis article on President Stanley Durkee of Howard University.

Julius Rosenwald Fund
1926
Reel 21: 202

Scott, Emmett
1926
Reel 21: 238

Skeel, Emily
1926
Reel 21: 271

Smith, Albert A.
1926
Reel 21: 280

Spingarn, Joel E. Also: Amy Spingarn
1926
Reel 21: 304

Re: the Spingarn Prize.

Talbert, Florence Cole
1926
Reel 21: 349

Thurman, H. Wallace
1926
Reel 21: 373

Trent, Lucia
1926
Reel 21: 385

Turner, Thomas W.
1926
Reel 21: 392

Re: the controversy involving President Stanley Durkee of Howard University.

Van Matre, Leora
1926
Reel 21: 412

Re: Ingleside Seminary.

Walling, William English
1926
Reel 21: 447

Wetmore, J. Douglas
1926
Reel 21: 464

Re: Black judges in Florida.

Woodruff, Hale
1926
Reel 21: 534

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1926
Reel 21: 552

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1927
1927

African World. Also: Leo Weinthal
1927
Reel 23: 620

Alexander, Lillian
1927
Reel 23: 624

Re: a plan to establish a Charles Chesnutt honorarium for the best yearly contribution to the Crisis.

American Church Institute for Negroes. Also: Robert Patton
1927
Reel 23: 650

Re: Wallace Battle and the Okolona Industrial Institute.

American Fund for Public Service
1927
Reel 23: 658

Re: the need for financial support to carry out a Southern Negro school survey for the Crisis.

Associated Publishers. Also: Carter Woodson
1927
Reel 23: 676

Avery Institute. Also: Cox, Benjamin
1927
Reel 23: 684

Baker, Josephine
1927
Reel 23: 691

Barber, J. Max
1927
Reel 23: 702

Re: the murder of U. S. Baskin at Okolona Institute.

Bercovici, Konrad
1927
Reel 23: 726

Binga, Jesse
1927
Reel 23: 737

Re: the insurance and banking contest in The Crisis.

Bishop, Hutchens
1927
Reel 23: 742

Re: plans for a Charles Chesnutt honorarium.

Bond, James
1927
Reel 23: 753

Boston Public Library. Also: Fanny Goldstein
1927
Reel 23: 778

Re: George Forbes.

Boutte, Matthew V.
1927
Reel 23: 783

Boyce, Stansbury
1927
Reel 23: 787

Re: criticism of materials published in The Crisis.

Brandt, Carl
1927
Reel 23: 795

Brawley, Benjamin
1927
Reel 23: 801

Re: Shaw University.

Broaddus, Mary Dill
1927
Reel 23: 813

Re: her brother, A. G. Dill.

Brown, Hallie Q.
1927
Reel 23: 828

Brown, Sterling
1927
Reel 23: 836

Re: publication of his poetry in The Crisis.

Bruce, Roscoe Conkling
1927
Reel 23: 838

India. Bureau of Information. Also: Nazir Ahmad Khan
1927
Reel 23: 855

Butler, James Alpheus
1927
Reel 23: 862

Carter, Louis
1927
Reel 23: 878

Re: Du Bois' criticisms of the military in The Crisis and a reply by Du Bois.

Chesnutt, Charles
1927
Reel 23: 886

Re: an honorarium to be established in his name for the best contributions to the Crisis.

Clifford, Carrie W.
1927
Reel 23: 907

Coles, L. F.
1927
Reel 23: 921

Re: Hampton Institute.

Co-operative League. Also: James P. Warbasse
1927
Reel 23: 933

Cowdery, Mae
1927
Reel 23: 943

Crawford, George W.
1927
Reel 23: 961

Re: the Chestnutt honrorarium

Davis, Allison
1927
Reel 23: 975

Dawson, Charles G.
1927
Reel 23: 985

Day, Caroline Bond
1927
Reel 23: 990

Dett, R. Nathaniel
1927
Reel 23: 1005

Diton, Carl
1927
Reel 23: 1007

Douglas, Aaron
1927
Reel 23: 1018

Du Bois, Yolande
1927
Reel 23: 1028

Edmonds, Randolph
1927
Reel 23: 1037

Evanti, Lillian
1927
Reel 23: 1066

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1927
Reel 23: 1087

Fauset, Jessie
1927
Reel 23: 1089

Flanagan, Thomas Jefferson
1927
Reel 23: 1109

Forbes, Elizabeth H.
1927
Reel 23: 1112

Re: her late husband, George Forbes.

Gale, Zona
1927
Reel 23: 1153

Gregg, John A.
1927
Reel 23: 1198

Bishop in South Africa

Grimke, Angelina
1927
Reel 23: 1207

Hampton Institute
1927
Reel 23: 1217

Re: criticisms of that school in the Crisis.

Hardy, Thomas, Jr.
1927
Reel 23: 1224

Re: a story by Marita Bonner.

Hare, Maud Cuney
1927
Reel 23: 1225

Hayford, Gladys Casely
1927
Reel 23: 1249

W. C. Heaton and Company
1927
Reel 23: 1258

Auditor's report on The Crisis for the year 1926.

Henry, P. S.
1927
Reel 23: 1277

Comments on Crisis articles on South Carolina schools and on Jesse Binga.

Hershaw, Lafayette M.
1927
Reel 23: 1278

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1927
Reel 23: 1281

Hoffmann, Lionel
1927
Reel 23: 1287

Re: the Catholic Church missions among the Oklahoma Negroes.

Hogarth Press. Also: Leonard Woolf
1927
Reel 23: 1289

Re: a book by Lord Olivier

Holmes, John Haynes
1927
Reel 23: 1297

Re: the format of the Crisis

Hope, John
1927
Reel 23: 1303

Horne, Frank S.
1927
Reel 23: 1308

Inter-Racial League of Memphis. Also: T. O. Fuller
1927
Reel 23: 1334

Re: criticism of the group in The Crisis.

Jarvis, Antonio
1927
Reel 23: 1352

Comments on Jarvis' drawings from Aaron Douglas.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1927
Reel 23: 1372

Jones, Dewey
1927
Reel 23: 1391

Re: the recent Chicago mayoral election and the Negro.

Jones, Mildred Bryant
1927
Reel 23: 1395

Re: the Chicago election and the Negro.

Jones, Tillman
1927
Reel 23: 1404

Re: reported attempts to seize the land of Estelle Montgomery in Mound Bayou, Mississippi.

Kennaday, Paul
1927
Reel 24: 7

Lasker, Bruno
1927
Reel 24: 32

Laughlin, Mrs. H. M.
1927
Reel 24: 34

Re: the format of The Crisis.

Lincoln University Alumni Association
1927
Reel 24: 53

Re: recent Du Bois criticisms of the University.

Locke, Alain
1927
Reel 24: 62

McCahan, Jim
1927
Reel 24: 79

Re: police interference with his sales of The Crisis in Texas.

Morgan, Clement G.
1927
Reel 24: 155

Mossell, N. F.
1927
Reel 24: 195

Nail, John E.
1927
Reel 24: 215

Re: the Chesnutt Honorarium.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: A. G. Dill, James Weldon Johnson, Arthur Spingarn. William Pickens
1927
Reel 24: 302

Correspondence; monthly reports; financial reports.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1927
Reel 24: 254

Newsome, J. Thomas
1927
Reel 24: 277

Re: Hampton Institute.

Northeastern Life Insurance Company. Also: Harry Pace
1927
Reel 24: 296

Okolona Industrial School. Also: Moorfield Storey, Wallace Battle
1927
Reel 24: 392

Re: the murder of U. S. Baskin at that school.

Owens, Maud
1927
Reel 24: 426

Pace, Harry H.
1927
Reel 24: 444

Peabody, Philip
1927
Reel 24: 460

Re: Peabody's criticisms of a Crisis article on bullfighting.

Pickens, William
1927
Reel 24: 494

Pillsbury, Albert E.
1927
Reel 24: 501

Re: Okolona Industrial School.

Potamkin, Harry
1927
Reel 24: 506

Provincetown Playhouse
1927
Reel 24: 510

Re: Du Bois' criticisms of In Abraham's Bosom.

Radek, Karl
1927
Reel 24: 512

Request by Du Bois for information on the Russian poet, Pushkin

Read, Florence
1927
Reel 24: 525

Redmond, S. D.
1927
Reel 24: 530

Richardson, Willis
1927
Reel 24: 538

Robinson, J. O.
1927
Reel 24: 545

Re: a Crisis article on The Star of Columbia.

Root, E. Merrill
1927
Reel 24: 564

Rosenwald Fund
1927
Reel 24: 565

Requesting financial support for The Crisis.

Sayles, L. W.
1927
Reel 24: 591

Re: racial conditions in Birmingham, Alabama.

Schomburg, Arthur A.
1927
Reel 24: 594

Southern Aid Society of Virginia. Also: W. A. Jordan
1927
Reel 24: 664

Includes information on the company and its officials.

Spence, Eulalie
1927
Reel 24: 682

Spingarn, Amy. Also: Joel Spingarn
1927
Reel 24: 689

Storey, Moorfield
1927
Reel 24: 709

Thompson, Louise
1927
Reel 24: 738

Re: conditions at Hampton Institute

Turnbo-Malone, A. M.
1927
Reel 24: 762

Re: a new format for prize contests in The Crisis.

Turner, Thomas W.
1927
Reel 24: 765

Re: conditions at Hampton Institute; Turner's criticism of a Du Bois article on the school.

Van Orten, Philip
1927
Reel 24: 795

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1927
Reel 24: 814

Re: the format of The Crisis.

Walling, William English
1927
Reel 24: 843

Walls, W. J.
1927
Reel 24: 845

Re: Okolona Industrial School and President Wallace Battle.

Watson, Blanche
1927
Reel 24: 861

Wells, H. G.
1927
Reel 24: 867

Re: the Pan-African Congress.

Welsh, Herbert
1927
Reel 24: 868

Re: Okolona Industrial School.

Wilkerson, Doxey A.
1927
Reel 24: 916

Wood, Clement
1927
Reel 24: 956

Woodson, Carter G.
1927
Reel 24: 960

Workers Herald. Also: Clements Kadalie
1927
Reel 24: 961

Re: conditions in South Africa.

Wright, Louis T.
1927
Reel 24: 964

Young, Nathan B.
1927
Reel 24: 975

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1928
1928

Africa Inland Mission about their use of American Negro missionaries
1928
Reel 26: 1030

Allied Arts Center. Also: Maud Cuney Hare
1928
Reel 26: 1050

American Baptist Foreign Mission Society
1928
Reel 26: 1062

American Bible Society
1928
Reel 26: 1065

Their use of American Negro missionaries.

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 26: 1066

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

American Friends Board of Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 26: 1067

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Banks, W. R.
1928
Reel 26: 1117

Re: plans for The Crisis to gather local news.

Bassett, Lizzie
1928
Reel 26: 1133

Re: a project to build a memorial to the Negro in Washington.

Bethune, Mary McLeod
1928
Reel 26: 1167

Boardman, Helen
1928
Reel 26: 1190

Re: a Crisis article on the Red Cross and recent Mississippi floods.

Bond, Horace Mann
1928
Reel 26: 1192

Brethren in Christ. Foreign Mission Board
1928
Reel 26: 1221

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Bruno, H. C.
1928
Reel 26: 1253

Re: Marcus Garvey.

Butler, James Alpheus
1928
Reel 26: 1262

Chesnutt, Charles
1928
Reel 26: 1297

Christian and Missionary Alliance
1928
Reel 26: 1301

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Clifford, Carrie W.
1928
Reel 26: 1316

Coleman, Anita Scott
1928
Reel 26: 1326

Coleridge-Taylor, Jessie
1928
Reel 26: 1328

Congo Inland Missions
1928
Reel 26: 1346

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Craft, H.
1928
Reel 26: 1359

Re: the recent work of the Red Cross in St. Louis.

Crawford, George W.
1928
Reel 26: 1365

Crogrnan, W. H.
1928
Reel 26: 1372

Cullen, Countee
1928
Reel 26: 1377

Curtis, Mrs. A. M.
1928
Reel 26: 1384

Re: a memorial to the Negro in Washington.

Curtis, L. S.
1928
Reel 26: 1386

Re: Du Bois' plans for The Crisis and the gathering of local news.

Dabney, Thomas L.
1928
Reel 26: 1387

Re: Clarence Darrow.

Davis, Allison
1928
Reel 26: 1399

Davis, Harry E.
1928
Reel 26: 1409

Davis, John
1928
Reel 26: 1419

Deland, Margaret
1928
Reel 26: 1435

Re: the participation of the Negro in political machines.

Douglas, Aaron
1928
Reel 26: 1469

Dunbar Apartments. Also: Roscoe Conkling Bruce
1928
Reel 26: 1481

Dunbar National Bank. Also: Roscoe Conkling Bruce
1928
Reel 26: 1503

Edmonds, Randolph
1928
Reel 26: 1518

Embree, Edwin R.
1928
Reel 26: 1523

Fauset, Arthur Huff
1928
Reel 26: 1533

Flanagan, Thomas Jefferson
1928
Reel 26: 1552

Freelon, Allan R.
1928
Reel 26: 1570

Gale, Zona
1928
Reel 26: 1579

General Association of General Baptists of the United States
1928
Reel 26: 1601

General Council of Co-operating (Baptist) Missions of North America on their use of American Negro missionaries.
1928
Reel 26: 1602

Gordon, Eugene
1928
Reel 26: 1618

Grimke, Francis J.
1928
Reel 26: 1645

Hamilton, Julia West
1928
Reel 27: 11

Re: a proposed memorial to the Negro in Washington.

Hare, Maud Cuney
1928
Reel 27: 29

Hedden, Worth
1928
Reel 27: 63

Re: a story she had submitted to The Crisis.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1928
Reel 27: 72

Horne, Frank S.
1928
Reel 27: 98

Hughes, Langston
1928
Reel 27: 114

Re: his poetry.

Hunt, Ida Gibbs
1928
Reel 27: 118

Jabavu, D. D. T.
1928
Reel 27: 141

Jernigan, W. H.
1928
Reel 27: 161

Re: plans for a memorial to the Negro in Washington

Johnson, Charles S.
1928
Reel 27: 174

Re: Fisk University.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1928
Reel 27: 181

Johnson, James Weldon
1928
Reel 27: 191

Re: the Charles Chesnutt honorarium.

Jones, Lewis
1928
Reel 27: 222

Re: conditions at Prairie View College.

Jones, T. Edward
1928
Reel 27: 237

Re: plans for a memorial to the Negro in Washington.

Logan, Rayford W.
1928
Reel 27: 299

Loving, W. H.
1928
Reel 27: 306

Re: a manuscript submitted on the Chinese Revolution.

Lutheran Board of Missions
1928
Reel 27: 313

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries

McKay, Claude
1928
Reel 27: 326

Re: poetry he had sent to The Crisis.

Methodist Episcopal Church. Board of Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 27: 362

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Board of Missions
1928
Reel 27: 364

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Morton, Ferdinand Q.
1928
Reel 27: 403

Re: the presidential election.

Nail, John E.
1928
Reel 27: 422

Re: the Charles Chesnutt honorarium.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: James Weldon Johnson, Joel Spingarn, Charles Edward Russell, Arthur Spingarn, Herbert Seligman, Paul Kennaday, William Pickens, Robert Bagnall
1928
Reel 27: 482

Monthly reports; correspondence; yearly financial report; prize contest announcements; an index for the 1928 Crisis; Crisis Committee materials.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1928
Reel 27: 444

North, Charles
1928
Reel 27: 465

Re: the presidential election.

Northern Baptist Convention. Foreign Mission Board
1928
Reel 27: 474

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Nussbaum, Anna
1928
Reel 27: 476

Pace, Harry H.
1928
Reel 27: 573

Porter, Anna
1928
Reel 27: 640

Re: the policies and contents of The Crisis.

Prairie View State College. Also: W. R. Banks
1928
Reel 27: 649

Re: criticism of the school.

Presbyterian Church. Board of Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 27: 650

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Protestant Episcopal Church. Department of Missions
1928
Reel 27: 665

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Reformed Church in America, Board of Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 27: 687

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Reid, O. Richard
1928
Reel 27: 689

Re: Negro artists.

Republican National Committee
1928
Reel 27: 695

Re: the presidential election.

Richardson, Willis
1928
Reel 27: 703

Russell, Charles Edward
1928
Reel 27: 730

Silvera, Edward
1928
Reel 27: 759

Smith, Celeste
1928
Reel 27: 768

Re: the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Southern Baptist Convention. Foreign Mission Board
1928
Reel 27: 782

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Spingarn, Amy
1928
Reel 27: 792

Re: Crisis prize contest.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1928
Reel 27: 806

Strong, Sydney
1928
Reel 27: 823

Sudan. Interior Mission
1928
Reel 27: 824

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries

Sudan United Mission
1928
Reel 27: 826

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Terrell, Mary Church
1928
Reel 27: 860

Re: a proposed memorial to the Negro in Washington.

Thompson, Pierce
1928
Reel 27: 877

Re: the position of Business Manager' of The Crisis

Trent, Lucia
1928
Reel 27: 889

Twala, Abraham
1928
Reel 27: 905

United Brethren in Christ. Foreign Missionary Society
1928
Reel 27: 907

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

United Missionary Society
1928
Reel 27: 909

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

United Presbyterian Church of North America, Board of Foreign Missions
1928
Reel 27: 910

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

United Presbyterian Church of North America, Womens General Missionary Society
1928
Reel 27: 911

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries.

Walker, Scott
1928
Reel 27: 949

Re: recent poetry in The Crisis by Allison Davis

Waller, J. E.
1928
Reel 27: 957

Re: racial conditions in the Panama Canal Zone.

Walls, W. J.
1928
Reel 27: 960

Re: the General Conference of the A. M. E. Zion Church

Waring, Laura Wheeler
1928
Reel 27: 964

Watson, Blanche
1928
Reel 27: 977

Weinthal, Leo
1928
Reel 27: 979

Comments on Marcus Garvey.

Wells, Frank C.
1928
Reel 27: 985

Re: the presidential election.

Wilson, Butler R.
1928
Reel 27: 1027

Wood, Clement
1928
Reel 27: 1036

Woodruff, Hale
1928
Reel 27: 1039

Young, Ada
1928
Reel 27: 1052

Y.M.C.A. Foreign Department
1928
Reel 27: 1054

Re: their use of American Negro missionaries

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1929
1929

Actors Equity Association
1929
Reel 29: 655

Re: Paul Robeson.

Allied Arts Centre. Also: Maud Cuney Hare
1929
Reel 29: 668

American Fund for Public Service. Also: Roger Baldwin
1929
Reel 29: 681

Re: a loan for The Crisis.

Andrews, C. F.
1929
Reel 29: 699

Re: Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi.

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Also: Carter Woodson
1929
Reel 29: 734

Bethune-Cookman College. Also: Mary McLeod Bethune
1929
Reel 29: 798

Boas, Franz
1929
Reel 29: 816

Re: Boas' recent work concerning the Negro.

Bond, Horace Mann
1929
Reel 29: 834

Bond, Jane
1929
Reel 29: 835

Re: the death of her husband, James Bond.

Bonner, Marita
1929
Reel 29: 838

Braithwaite, William Stanley
1929
Reel 29: 852

Brandeis, Louis D.
1929
Reel 29: 854

Re: a possible article for The Crisis.

Butler, James Alpheus
1929
Reel 29: 886

Calloway, Thomas J.
1929
Reel 29: 899

Re: a position as Business Manager of Crisis.

Carey, A. J.
1929
Reel 29: 906

Re: reports on Carey's political associations in Chicago.

Chesnutt, Charles
1929
Reel 29: 928

Clifford, Carrie W.
1929
Reel 29: 942

Coleman, Anita Scott
1929
Reel 29: 954

Conference for Progressive Labor Action. Also: A. J. Muste
1929
Reel 29: 964

Conroy, Jack
1929
Reel 29: 971

Cooper, Anna J.
1929
Reel 29: 974

Re: Claude Bowers' study of Reconstruction.

Crawford, George W.
1929
Reel 29: 983

Cullen, Countee
1929
Reel 29: 984

Curtis, Julia Childs
1929
Reel 29: 985

Darrow, Clarence
1929
Reel 29: 986

Darrow's opinions on organized religion and on the NAACP.

Day, Caroline Bond
1929
Reel 29: 987

De Priest, Oscar
1929
Reel 29: 988

Re: Bishop A. J. Carey.

Dill, A. G.
1929
Reel 29: 1059

Dillard, James H.
1929
Reel 29: 1062

Laton, Isabel
1929
Reel 29: 1095

Edmonds, Randolph
1929
Reel 29: 1097

Embree, Edwin R.
1929
Reel 29: 1106

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Also: George E. Haynes
1929
Reel 29: 1109

Fisk University. Also: Thomas E. Jones
1929
Reel 29: 1123

Re: a recent description of Fisk in The Crisis.

Gandhi, Mohandes K.
1929
Reel 29: 1060

Message from Gandhi

Gregg, John A.
1929
Reel 29: 1198

Hamilton, Julia West
1929
Reel 29: 1210

Hampton Institute. Also: R. Nathaniel Dett
1929
Reel 29: 1219

Harris, Abram L.
1929
Reel 29: 1231

Re: Harris' statement on the Negro worker and the Conference for Progressive Labor Action.

Hawkins, Mason
1929
Reel 29: 1243

Hayford, Casely
1929
Reel 29: 1245

Henderson, Fletcher
1929
Reel 29: 1247

Henry, Alice
1929
Reel 29: 1256

Herskovits, Melville J.
1929
Reel 29: 1264

Heyward, Du Bose
1929
Reel 29: 1265

Hill, Leslie Pinckney
1929
Reel 29: 1269

Hope, John
1929
Reel 29: 1280

Re: an article about Hope in The Crisis.

Houston, Drusilla Dunjee
1929
Reel 29: 1283

Howard University. Also: Mordecai Johnson, Emmett Scott
1929
Reel 29: 1285

Hubbard, Lillie M.
1929
Reel 29: 1300

Hughes, Langston
1929
Reel 29: 1310

Hunt, Ida Gibbs
1929
Reel 29: 1313

Illanga. Also: John L. Dube
1929
Reel 29: 1329

Jacobs, C. D.
1929
Reel 29: 1364

Re: Shaw University.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1929
Reel 29: 1385

Johnson, Mordecai W.
1929
Reel 29: 1394

Liberia. Also: President C. D. King
1929
Reel 29: 1478

George, David Lloyd
1929
Reel 29: 1483

Re: a recent speech he had delivered.

MacDonald, J. Ramsay
1929
Reel 29: 1495

Marryshow, T. Albert
1929
Reel 29: 1504

Mathews, E. R.
1929
Reel 29: 1512

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis.

Moton, R. R.
1929
Reel 29: 1563

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Arthur Spingarn, James Weldon Johnson, Paul Kennaday, Louis T. Wright, Mary White Ovington, Pierce Thompson. Thwnas Calloway, Charles Studin, Walter White, William Pickens, Robert Bagnall
1929
Reel 30: 75

Crisis Committee materials; correspondence on the business managenlent of The Crisis; Crisis Finance Committee materials; monthly reports of The Crisis.

National Negro Business League. Also: Albon Holsey
1929
Reel 30: 9

Nelson, Alice Dunbar
1929
Reel 30: 20

Newsome, Effie Lee
1929
Reel 30: 46

Re: her contributions to The Crisis.

Northeastern Life Insurance Company. Also: Harry Pace
1929
Reel 30: 68

Owens, Maud
1929
Reel 30: 219

Pace, Harry H.
1929
Reel 30: 223

Peabody, George Foster
1929
Reel 30: 229

With comments on Crisis articles.

Pool, David de Sola
1929
Reel 30: 272

Re: a Crisis article on Moorfield Storey.

Porter, Kenneth Wiggins
1929
Reel 30: 277

Re: Sterling College in Kansas.

Red International of Labour Unions. Also: James W. Ford
1929
Reel 30: 300

Rosenwald Fund
1929
Reel 30: 349

Re: The Crisis' need for financial support.

Russell, Charles Edward
1929
Reel 30: 362

Savage, Augusta
1929
Reel 30: 378

Schomburg, Arthur A.
1929
Reel 30: 382

Shaw, George Bernard
1929
Reel 30: 395

Request to Shaw for a message to American Negroes

Simon, Kathleen
1929
Reel 30: 400

Re: protests over an invitation to the wife of Congressman Oscar De Priest to attend a White House social function.

Smith, Bolton
1929
Reel 30: 422

Re: Rabindranath Tagore.

Tagore, Rabindranath
1929
Reel 30: 489

Message to the American Negro from Tagore.

Terrell, Mary Church
1929
Reel 30: 498

Waite, Marjorie Peabody
1929
Reel 30: 564

Re: a Crisis article on Moorfield Storey.

Walling, William English
1929
Reel 30: 571

Waring, Laura Wheeler
1929
Reel 30: 577

Webster, Edgar H.
1929
Reel 30: 594

Re: Myron W. Adams of Atlanta University.

Wells, Frank C.
1929
Reel 30: 598

Re: Claude Bowers' study of Reconstruction.

Wells, H. G.
1929
Reel 30: 601

Request to Wells for a statement on the color problem.

Wright, Louis T.
1929
Reel 30: 664

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1929
Reel 30: 664

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1930
1930

Adams, Myron W.
1930
Reel 32: 888

American Church Institute for Negroes. Also: Wallace Battle, Robert Patton, James H. Dillard
1930
Reel 32: 927

American Interracial Peace Committee. Also: Alice Dunbar Nelson
1930
Reel 32: 941

Architecture
1930
Reel 32: 960

Re: discrimination by the Fontainebleau School.

Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1930
Reel 32: 974

Re: an article by Azikiwe on the murder of women in Nigeria.

Beals, Carleton
1930
Reel 32: 1007

Bethune-Cookman College. Also: Mary McLeod Bethune
1930
Reel 32: 1036

Blease, Cole
1930
Reel 32: 1047

Re: the Negro voter.

Bond, J. Max
1930
Reel 32: 1049

Borah, William
1930
Reel 32: 1056

Re: the Negro voter.

Brawley, Benjamin
1930
Reel 32: 1072

Brookwood. Also: A. J. Muste
1930
Reel 32: 1089

Broun, Heywood
1930
Reel 32: 1096

Bulkley, Robert
1930
Reel 32: 1136

Letter from Du Bois requesting an article on the Negro voter.

Byrd, Mabel
1930
Reel 32: 1159

Candace, Gratien
1930
Reel 32: 1166

Capper, Arthur
1930
Reel 32: 1172

Letter from Du Bois requesting an article on the Negro voter.

Carver, George Washington
1930
Reel 32: 1178

Cayton, Horace R.
1930
Reel 32: 1182

Challenor, Elise
1930
Reel 32: 1186

Re: Negro landowners in Barbados.

Chicago Defender
1930
Reel 32: 1193

Re: the attitude of that paper towards the NAACP.

Clarke, Edward P.
1930
Reel 32: 1214

Re: the printing of The Crisis by union labor.

Clifford, Carrie W.
1930
Reel 32: 1224

Coleman, Anita Scott
1930
Reel 32: 1240

Conference for Progressive Labor Action. Also: A. J. Muste
1930
Reel 32: 1252

Connelly, Marc
1930
Reel 32: 1557

Cooper, Anna J.
1930
Reel 32: 1273

Cramton, Louis
1930
Reel 32: 1301

Re: Howard University.

Crawford, George W.
1930
Reel 32: 1303

Crowder, Henry
1930
Reel 32: 1307

Cunard, Nancy
1930
Reel 32: 1314

Darrow, Clarence
1930
Reel 33: 15

Re: a possible article on religion among Negroes.

Davis, Harry E.
1930
Reel 33: 31

De Priest, Oscar
1930
Reel 33: 65

Letter from Du Bois requesting an article on the Negro voter.

Dixwell Players. Also: Crawford, George
1930
Reel 33: 79

Douglas, Aaron
1930
Reel 33: 85

Drake, J. G. St. Clair
1930
Reel 33: 93

Re: the Negro college student.

Eaton, Irene
1930
Reel 33: 112

Edmonds, Randolph
1930
Reel 33: 128

Elk City (Okla.). Citizens
1930
Reel 33: 134

Re: their school.

Filene, Edward A.
1930
Reel 33: 151

Re: the need of The Crisis for capital for expansion.

Fish, Hamilton, Jr.
1930
Reel 33: 152

Frank, Waldo
1930
Reel 33: 180

Frazier, E. Franklin
1930
Reel 33: 181

Gonzaque, Yurrell
1930
Reel 33: 218

Re: the Catholic Church and the Negro.

Gregg, John A.
1930
Reel 33: 271

Gregg, Richard B.
1930
Reel 33: 273

Hampton Institute. Also: Nathaniel Dett
1930
Reel 33: 305

Harris, Abram L.
1930
Reel 33: 317

Harrison, Richard B.
1930
Reel 33: 347

Hayes, Roland
1930
Reel 33: 368

Hayford, Casely
1930
Reel 33: 369

Heflin, Thomas
1930
Reel 33: 379

Re: a possible article on Negro voters.

Henry, Thomas Millard
1930
Reel 33: 388

Herskovits, Melville J.
1930
Reel 33: 394

Holsey, Albon L.
1930
Reel 33: 412

Hughes, Langston
1930
Reel 33: 437

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1930
Reel 33: 494

Johnson, Mordecai W.
1930
Reel 33: 506

Re: a proposed article on Negro religion.

Jones, Robert E.
1930
Reel 33: 525

Re: a possible article on Negro religion.

Knecht, Alcuin
1930
Reel 33: 558

Re: the Catholic Church and the Negro.

La Follette, Robert M.
1930
Reel 33: 572

Re: a possible article on the Negro voter.

Lewis, Sinclair
1930
Reel 33: 604

Re: a possible article on the Negro in literature.

Logan, Rayford W.
1930
Reel 33: 612

Re: capitalization of the word "Negro."

Margold, Nathan
1930
Reel 33: 666

Re: school laws affecting the Negro in the South.

Marshall, Harriet Gibbs
1930
Reel 33: 671

Mencken, H. L.
1930
Reel 33: 692

Morton, Ferdinand Q.
1930
Reel 33: 733

Moscow News. Also: Sydney Strong
1930
Reel 33: 740

Includes correspondence about a possible statement to American Negroes from an official of the Russian government.

Moton, R. R.
1930
Reel 33: 741

Munter, Paul
1930
Reel 33: 751

Nathan, George Jean
1930
Reel 33: 769

Letter from Du Bois requesting an article.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Mary White Ovington, William Pickens, Robert Bagnall, James Weldon Johnson, Thomas Calloway, Lillian Alexander. Arthur Spingarn, Joel Spingarn. Louis T. Wright, George Crawford, Charles Edward Russell
1930
Reel 33: 842

Crisis committee materials; financial reports; concerning Roy Wilkins; correspondence with Crawford on the financial status of The Crisis; 1930 annual report of The Crisis; a memo from Du Bois on the present and future editorial program of The Crisis; correspondence with Ovington on the future of Du Bois' relationship with The Crisis and the NAACP.

National Bar Association. Also: Raymond Pace Alexander
1930
Reel 33: 772

National Negro Business League. Also: Albon Holsey
1930
Reel 33: 778

Nelson, Alice Dunbar
1930
Reel 33: 783

Olivier, Lord
1930
Reel 33: 1035

Re: developments affecting South Africa.

Palmer Memorial Institute. Also: Charlotte Hawkins Brown
1930
Reel 33: 1049

Peabody, George Foster
1930
Reel 33: 1072

Pickens, William
1930
Reel 33: 1112

Prattis, P. L.
1930
Reel 33: 1131

Re: a Crisis article on a government commission's visit to Haiti.

Reid, Ira
1930
Reel 33: 1169

Revolutionary Age. Also: Will Herberg
1930
Reel 33: 1173

Robinson, William A.
1930
Reel 33: 1191

Rogers, Will
1930
Reel 33: 1199

Request for an article.

Rosenwald Fund
1930
Reel 33: 1205

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis and the NAACP and Du Bois' need for assistance in completing his history of the Negro in the First World War and in writing a history of Reconstruction.

Schiff, Therese
1930
Reel 34: 15

Re: the financial problems of The Crisis.

Schomburg, Arthur A.
1930
Reel 34: 22

Shaw, George Bernard
1930
Reel 34: 38

Request for an article.

Stolberg, Benjamin
1930
Reel 34: 118

Storey, Mariana
1930
Reel 34: 124

Re: Moorfield Storey.

Storey, Richard
1930
Reel 34: 132

Re: Moorfield Storey.

Streator, George
1930
Reel 34: 135

Re: Negro college football.

Theater Guild Magazine
1930
Reel 34: 160

Re: the relationship of that journal to the Theater Guild

Thirkield, William P.
1930
Reel 34: 161

Re: the reasons for a lack of students entering the ministry.

Thomas, Norman
1930
Reel 34: 166

Request for an article on the Negro voter.

Tynes, Lancelot
1930
Reel 34: 197

Re: the Catholic Church and the Negro.

Wagner, Robert
1930
Reel 34: 241

Request for an article on the Negro voter.

Walton, Lester A.
1930
Reel 34: 251

Waring, Laura Wheeler
1930
Reel 34: 255

Watson, Blanche
1930
Reel 34: 267

Wells, H. G.
1930
Reel 34: 296

Request for an article for The Crisis.

Wesley, Charles H.
1930
Reel 34: 298

Wharton, Edith
1930
Reel 34: 312

Request for a contribution for The Crisis.

White, Swithin
1930
Reel 34: 320

Re: the Catholic Church and the Negro.

Wilkins, Roy
1930
Reel 34: 333

Re: the position of Business Manager of The Crisis.

Winsor, Ellen
1930
Reel 34: 356

Woodson, Carter G.
1930
Reel 34: 369

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1930
Reel 34: 381

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1931
1931

Addams, Jane
1931
Reel 35: 1077

American Federation of Labor. Also: William Green
1931
Reel 35: 1086

Andrews, C. F.
1931
Reel 35: 1091

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Also: Carter Woodson
1931
Reel 35: 1094

Atlanta (Ga.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1097

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Baker, Newton D.
1931
Reel 35: 1117

Baltimore (Md.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1118

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Beals, Carleton
1931
Reel 35: 1130

Bellegarde, Dantes
1931
Reel 35: 1147

Billikopf, Jacob
1931
Reel 35: 1153

Birmingham (Ala.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1154

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Bond, Horace Mann
1931
Reel 35: 1155

Borah, William
1931
Reel 35: 1158

Re: the Negro in politics.

Boston (Mass). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1159

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Brown, John S.
1931
Reel 35: 1166

Brown, Sterling
1931
Reel 35: 1170

Bulkley, Robert
1931
Reel 35: 1175

Re: a contribution to The Crisis.

Cady, George
1931
Reel 35: 1180

Re: the Congregational Church and the Negro after Reconstruction.

Charleston (S.C.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1200

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Chattanooga (Tenn.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1200

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Chesnutt, Charles
1931
Reel 35: 1202

Chicago (Ill.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1204

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Cincinnati (Ohio). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1211

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Cleveland (Ohio). Mayor. Also: John D. Marshall
1931
Reel 35: 1215

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes and a detailed reply from the Mayor.

Colophon. Also: Elmer Adler
1931
Reel 35: 1220

Connelly, Marc
1931
Reel 35: 1243

Request for a contribution to The Crisis.

Cook, Coralie
1931
Reel 35: 1244

Dallas (Tex.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1258

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Darrow, Clarence
1931
Reel 35: 1263

Re: a possible article on religion and the Negro.

Davis, Edward
1931
Reel 35: 1270

Part of a statement concerning the death of Juliette Derricotte.

Davis, Harry E.
1931
Reel 35: 1271

Detroit (Mich.). Mayor
1931
Reel 35: 1280

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Dett, Nathaniel
1931
Reel 35: 1281

Dewey, John
1931
Reel 35: 1281

Dillard, James H.
1931
Reel 35: 1284

Includes information on the financial condition of The Crisis.

Douglas, Aaron
1931
Reel 35: 1294

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1931
Reel 35: 1297

Includes information on a speech given by Benjamin Hubert at Columbia University.

Eaton, Isabel
1931
Reel 36: 8

Eddy, Sarah J.
1931
Reel 36: 13

Edmonds, Randolph
1931
Reel 36: 18

Einstein, Albert
1931
Reel 36: 22

Statement from Einstein on racial prejudice.

Embree, Edwin R.
1931
Reel 36: 25

Re: a Crisis review of Embree's book.

Ethiopia. Also: Emperor Haile Selassie
1931
Reel 36: 26

Request for a statement on Ethiopia.

Fess, Simeon
1931
Reel 36: 35

Statement on the future of the Negro in politics.

Fisk University. Also: President Thomas Jones
1931
Reel 36: 36

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Fort Valley Industrial School. Also: Frank Horne
1931
Reel 36: 39

Frank, Waldo
1931
Reel 36: 42

Gandhi, Mohandes K.
1931
Reel 36: 49

Request to Gandhi for a contribution to The Crisis.

General Education Board
1931
Reel 36: 54

Re: possible support for a study of Negro higher education.

Gilbert, Ethel
1931
Reel 36: 58

Copy of a letter concerning the death of Juliette Derricotte.

Green, Paul
1931
Reel 36: 70

Haiti. Also: President Stenio Vincent
1931
Reel 36: 74

Re: a contribution to The Crisis about Haiti.

Hanau, Stella
1931
Reel 36: 78

Re: a contribution to The Crisis on the Provincetown Theater.

Hare, Maud Cuney
1931
Reel 36: 83

Harris, Abram L.
1931
Reel 36: 87

Includes discussion of the possibility of Harris becoming a member of The Crisis editorial Board.

Harrison, Pat
1931
Reel 36: 97

Statement on the Negro in politics.

Harrison, Richard B.
1931
Reel 36: 98

Hayes, Roland
1931
Reel 36: 99

Hayford, Archie Casely
1931
Reel 36: 101

Herberg, Will
1931
Reel 36: 109

Holmes, John Haynes
1931
Reel 36: 116

Re: a contribution to The Crisis.

Holsey, Albon L.
1931
Reel 36: 121

Horne, Frank S.
1931
Reel 36: 123

Houston (Tex.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 123

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Howard University. Also: Mordecai Johnson, Ralph J. Bunche
1931
Reel 36: 126

Re: the possible exchange of students with German universities.

Hubert, Benjamin F.
1931
Reel 36: 133

Re: a report of a speech given by Hubert at Columbia University.

Hughes, Langston
1931
Reel 36: 137

Imes, Elmer
1931
Reel 36: 145

Re: the death of Juliette Derricotte.

Indianapolis (Ind.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 155

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Institute of International Education
1931
Reel 36: 157

Re: a possible exchange of students between American Negro colleges and German universities.

Jacksonville (Fla.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 163

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Johnson, James Weldon
1931
Reel 36: 168

Johnson C. Smith University
1931
Reel 36: 175

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Kansas City (Mo.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 188

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Kerlin, Robert T.
1931
Reel 36: 190

Kilpatrick, William
1931
Reel 36: 199

Re: a speech given by Benjamin Hubert at Columbia University.

Knoxville College
1931
Reel 36: 196

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

La Follette, Robert
1931
Reel 36: 198

Request for a contribution on the future of the Negro in politics.

Lewis, Sinclair
1931
Reel 36: 205

Re: a possible contribution by Lewis.

Liberia. Also: President Edwin Barclay
1931
Reel 36: 207

Request for a contribution to The Crisis.

Lincoln University. Also: Pennsylvania; President William H. Johnson
1931
Reel 36: 208

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Lippmann, Walter
1931
Reel 36: 209

Re: a possible article by Lippmann

Little Rock (Ark.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 211

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Locke, Alain
1931
Reel 36: 212

Logan, Rayford W.
1931
Reel 36: 213

Los Angeles (Calif.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 217

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Marshall, Harriet Gibbs
1931
Reel 36: 227

Mencken, H. L.
1931
Reel 36: 246

Re: a possible article for The Crisis.

Miller, Kelly
1931
Reel 36: 252

Minneapolis (Minn.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 254

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Modern Quarterly. Also: V. F. Calverton
1931
Reel 36: 257

Montgomery (Ala.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 258

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Morgan State College
1931
Reel 36: 260

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Morrow, Dwight
1931
Reel 36: 262

Request for a contribution on the future of the Negro in politics.

Nashville (Tenn.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 266

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Herbert Seligmann, Roy Wilkens, William Pickens, Daisy Lamkin, Arthur Spingarn, Joel Spingarn, Charles Edward Russell, Mary White Ovington, Rachel Davis DuBois, Irene Malvan
1931
Reel 36: 309

Minutes of the Editorial Board; financial reports; monthly reports; a memo on the financial needs of The Crisis; a memo to the Committee on Management concerning the Editorial Board; other Editorial Board materials.

New Orleans (La.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 275

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

New York Amsterdam News
1931
Reel 36: 276

Re: Benjamin Hubert's speech at Columbia University.

New York (N.Y.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 284

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

New York Herald Tribune. Also: Lewis Gannett
1931
Reel 36: 289

Re: Benjamin Hubert's speech at Columbia University.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1931
Reel 36: 294

Norfolk (Va.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 303

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Norris, George
1931
Reel 36: 308

Re: the future of the Negro in politics.

Ovington, Mary White
1931
Reel 36: 427

Peabody, George Foster
1931
Reel 36: 440

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis.

Philadelphia (Pa.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 442

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Philipps, J. E. T.
1931
Reel 36: 448

Pickens, William
1931
Reel 36: 451

President's Organization for Unemployment Relief. Also: John W. Davis
1931
Reel 36: 464

Raleigh (N.C.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 473

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Reid, Ira
1931
Reel 36: 481

Reid, Thomas
1931
Reel 36: 476

Re: U. S. Secretary of Labor, William Doak.

Richmond (Va.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 483

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Ritchie, Albert
1931
Reel 36: 485

Re: the future of the Negro in politics.

Robeson, Paul
1931
Reel 36: 487

Rogers, Will
1931
Reel 36: 490

Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1931
Reel 36: 493

St. Louis (Mo.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 502

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

St. Paul (Minn.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 516

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

San Francisco (Calif.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 518

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Schomburg, Arthur A.
1931
Reel 36: 523

Schuyler, George S.
1931
Reel 36: 530

Re: Communists and the Negro.

Seattle (Wash.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 539

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Spingarn, Amy
1931
Reel 36: 557

Spingarn, Joel E.
1931
Reel 36: 560

Streator, George
1931
Reel 36: 568

Tagore, Rabindranath
1931
Reel 36: 576

Request for a contribution to The Crisis.

Talladega College
1931
Reel 36: 578

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Tulsa (Okla.). Mayor
1931
Reel 36: 590

Request for information on measures taken for unemployment relief for Negroes.

Uganda. Also: King Daudi Chua
1931
Reel 36: 597

Request for a contribution to The Crisis.

U.S. Secretary of Labor. Also: William Doak
1931
Reel 36: 600

Statement concerning his attitude toward Negro labor.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1931
Reel 36: 601

Wagner, Robert
1931
Reel 36: 605

Re: a possible contribution to The Crisis.

Walden, A. T.
1931
Reel 36: 610

Re: the death of Juliette Derricotte.

Waring, Laura Wheeler
1931
Reel 36: 614

Woods, Eleanor
1931
Reel 36: 653

Woodson, Carter G.
1931
Reel 36: 658

Wright, Louis T.
1931
Reel 36: 662

Wright, Milton
1931
Reel 36: 663

Re: a possible exchange of students with German universities.

Wright, R. R., Jr.
1931
Reel 36: 664

Yale University. Also: James R. Angell
1931
Reel 36: 666

Y.M.C.A. National Council
1931
Reel 36: 670

Re: a dispute over discrimination by a hotel against Negro members of the American Student Christian Movement.

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1932
1932

Addams, Jane
1932
Reel 38: 4

Request for a contribution; congratulations upon her receipt of a Nobel Peace Prize.

Associated Publishers. Also: Carter Woodson
1932
Reel 38: 21

Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1932
Reel 38: 30

Re: a Crisis article on Liberia

Bliven, Bruce
1932
Reel 38: 56

Request for Bliven's opinion on the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Bond, Henry Herrick
1932
Reel 38: 60

Re: the influence of corporations and the rich on the laws of the country.

Broun, Heywood
1932
Reel 38: 95

Request for a contribution to The Crisis.

Bruce, Roscoe Conkling
1932
Reel 38: 113

Campbell, Thomas
1932
Reel 38: 131

Re: Clarence Darrow.

Carnegie Fund
1932
Reel 38: 134

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis.

Clarke, John Lewis
1932
Reel 38: 170

Re: Wilberforce University.

Cobb, Irvin
1932
Reel 38: 179

Re: a possible contribution for The Crisis.

Crawford, George W.
1932
Reel 38: 215

Crosswaith, Frank R.
1932
Reel 38: 218

Re: the reasons for Crosswaith's withdrawal from the Socialist Party ticket as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Cunard, Nancy
1932
Reel 38: 219

Cuney, Wright
1932
Reel 38: 221

Dabney, Wendell P.
1932
Reel 38: 230

Darego, S.
1932
Reel 38: 240

Re: an article in The Crisis by Ben Azikiwe.

Darrow, Clarence
1932
Reel 38: 242

Re: the Scottsboro Case.

Davis, Harry E.
1932
Reel 38: 254

Dean, William H.
1932
Reel 38: 271

Request for his photograph for The Crisis.

Dewey, John
1932
Reel 38: 281

Dickerson, Earl B.
1932
Reel 38: 282

Dickerson's views on the presidential candidacy of Franklin Roosevelt.

Dill, A. G.
1932
Reel 38: 283

Re: the accounting practices of The Crisis.

Dill, Clarence C.
1932
Reel 38: 286

Dillard, James H.
1932
Reel 38: 288

Du Bois, Nina
1932
Reel 38: 295

Dunjee, Roscoe
1932
Reel 38: 301

Fisk University. Also: Charles S. Johnson
1932
Reel 38: 319

Re: a study of Negro college graduates.

Frazier, E. Franklin
1932
Reel 38: 337

Frelinghuysen University. Also: Anna Cooper
1932
Reel 38: 340

Garrison, William Lloyd, Jr.
1932
Reel 38: 351

General Education Board. Also: Jackson Davis
1932
Reel 38: 353

Re: the number of Negro college students.

Graham, Shirley
1932
Reel 38: 376

Graves, Anna Melissa
1932
Reel 38: 372

Re: a possible contribution on conditions in West Africa.

Hanau, Stella
1932
Reel 38: 408

Re: the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Handy, W. C.
1932
Reel 38: 410

Hare, Maud Cuney
1932
Reel 38: 417

Harris, Abram L.
1932
Reel 38: 440

Harris, Jesse Fauset
1932
Reel 38: 446

Hayes, Roland
1932
Reel 38: 452

Hayford, Adelaide Casely
1932
Reel 38: 454

W. C. Heaton and Company
1932
Reel 38: 456

Re: the accounting practices of The Crisis.

Holmes, John Haynes
1932
Reel 38: 473

Howard University. Also: Mordecai Johnson, V. D. Johnston, Ralph Bunche
1932
Reel 38: 481

Re: a controversy at the university involving members of the administration; correspondence on Du Bois' controversy with Emmett Scott.

Italy. Also: Prime Minister Benito Mussolini
1932
Reel 38: 526

Request for a statement on the relationship of Italy to Africa.

Jennings, Samuel
1932
Reel 38: 533

Re: DuBose Heyward's Porgy.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas
1932
Reel 38: 540

Johnson, James Weldon
1932
Reel 38: 542

Kellogg, Paul
1932
Reel 38: 571

Re: the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Latimer, Catherine
1932
Reel 38: 601

Re: Negro employees of the New York Publi Library.

League Against Imperialism
1932
Reel 38: 607

Copy of a letter from this English group to the U.S. Ambassador in England regarding the Scottsboro case.

McGloin, E. D.
1932
Reel 38: 634

Re: the Catholic Church

Mencken, H. L.
1932
Reel 38: 665

Re: the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Miller, George Frazier
1932
Reel 38: 671

Miller, Kelly
1932
Reel 38: 672

Mooney, Tom
1932
Reel 38: 678

Re: a Crisis article on a lynching and an expression of sympathy by Mooney for the problems of Negroes.

Nash, Roy
1932
Reel 38: 696

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Walter White, Herbert Sel igmann, Rachel Davis DuBois, George Crawford, John Haynes Holmes, William English Walling, Roy Wilkins, Irene Malvan, Arthur Spingarn, Joel Spingarn, Louis T. Wright, Daisy Lamkin, Adam Clayton Powell, Sr., Lillian Alexander, James Marshall, James Cobb, Carl Murphy, Harry Davis
1932
Reel 38: 740

Financial reports; monthly reports; daily cash reports; concerning the formation of a Crisis Publishing Company; concerning the Crisis Committee; memos on the dismissal of Irene Malvan; concerning Howard University; yearly report; circulation reports.

National Congress of British West Africa
1932
Reel 38: 700

National Negro Business League. Also: Albon Holsey
1932
Reel 38: 704

New York Foundation
1932
Reel 38: 721

Re: the financial needs of The Crisis in order to complete a study of Negro college students.

Newsome, Effie Lee
1932
Reel 38: 726

Re: Hallie Q. Brown.

Page, Kirby
1932
Reel 39: 12

Re: the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Paynter, John H.
1932
Reel 39: 29

Re: a possible Crisis review of Paynter's took.

Peabody, George Foster
1932
Reel 39: 31

Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also: Thomas Jesse Jones
1932
Reel 39: 39

Re: the educational work of the Fund.

Philipps, J. E. T.
1932
Reel 39: 43

Phillips, Nathaniel
1932
Reel 39: 48

Re: Nancy Cunard

Pollard, T. T.
1932
Reel 39: 62

Re: Julius Rosenwald

Powell, Adam Clayton, Sr.
1932
Reel 39: 70

Re: Powell's references to Charles Darwin in a speech and the possible publication of an excerpt of the speech in The Crisis.

Republican National Committee
1932
Reel 39: 101

Re: a possible article on the presidential election.

Robeson, Paul
1932
Reel 39: 111

Rosenwald Fund. Also: Edwin Embree
1932
Reel 39: 114

Re: their appropriation to the NAACP.

Russell, Charles Edward
1932
Reel 39: 118

Re: a review of Russell's book.

Schuyler, George S.
1932
Reel 39: 138

Letter from Schuyler critical of a review by Du Bois of his novel concerning Liberia.

Seldon, Benjamin F.
1932
Reel 39: 145

Sigma Pi Phi. Also: George Crawford, Mordecai Johnson, V. D. Johnston
1932
Reel 39: 151

Re: criticism by Du Bois of Emmett Scott and Howard University.

Slater Fund. Also: James H. Dillard, Arthur Wright
1932
Reel 39: 177

Socialist Party. Also: Clarence Senior
1932
Reel 39: 203

Re: the attitude of Socialists towards the Negro.

Spingarn, Joel E.
1932
Reel 39: 221

Streator, George
1932
Reel 39: 231

Re: a proposed article on Negro college football.

Towns, George A.
1932
Reel 39: 267

Tuskegee Institute. Also: R. R. Moton, Monroe Work.
1932
Reel 39: 275

Uganda. Also: Kabaka of Buganda
1932
Reel 39: 287

Re: a request for a contribution to The Crisis on developments in Uganda.

Tydings, Millard E.
1932
Reel 39: 284

Re: his vote on the confirmation of Judge John Parker to the Supreme Court.

Vann, Robert L.
1932
Reel 39: 292

Re: a possible article on the presidential election.

Villard, Oswald Garrison
1932
Reel 39: 303

Re: the editorial department needs of The Crisis.

Wells, H. G.
1932
Reel 39: 339

Request for a contribution.

Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany
1932
Reel 39: 368

Request from Du Cois for a contribution on developments in the former German colonies in Africa.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Also: Mildred Scott Olmsted
1932
Reel 39: 404

Re: possible financial support for The Crisis' publication of a special issue on peace and disarmament.

Wright, Louis T.
1932
Reel 39: 409

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1933
1933

Abyssinian Baptist Church. Also: A. Clayton Powell, Sr.
1933
Reel 41: 1

Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1933
Reel 41: 20

Battle, Wallace
1933
Reel 41: 26

Butler, James Alpheus
1933
Reel 41: 50

Re: the position of Business Manager of The Crisis.

Davis, John P.
1933
Reel 41: 69

Dillard, James H.
1933
Reel 41: 72

DuBois, Rachel Davis
1933
Reel 41: 78

Eleazer, R. O.
1933
Reel 41: 80

Graham, Shirley
1933
Reel 41: 97

Gruening, Martha
1933
Reel 41: 99

Harris, Abram L.
1933
Reel 41: 104

Re: Du Bois' article on Karl Marx and the Negro.

Hawkins, Mason
1933
Reel 41: 111

Hayes, Roland
1933
Reel 41: 112

Re: a possible contribution.

Herberg, Will
1933
Reel 41: 119

Re: Marx's views of slavery and abolition in America and on the application of Marx to the situation of the Negro in America.

Herskovits, Melville J.
1933
Reel 41: 124

Johnson, James Weldon
1933
Reel 41: 143

Lewis, Sinclair
1933
Reel 41: 162

Long, Huey
1933
Reel 41: 170

Request for a contribution.

Mencken, H. L.
1933
Reel 41: 185

Comments on a Du Bois article.

Miller, George Frazier
1933
Reel 41: 192

N.A.A.C.P. Also: Mary White Ovington. Arthur Spingarn, Joel Spingarn, Daisy Lamkin, Lillian Alexander, Roy Wilkins, Walter White, Louis T. Wright, George Streator
1933
Reel 41: 204

Minutes of The Crisis Debt Committee; materials pertaining to Du Bois' conduct of editorial matters while teaching at Atlanta University; cash reports; correspondence on the possible suspension of The Crisis; memos concerning Du Bois' position with The Crisis.

Ovington, Mary White
1933
Reel 41: 605

Peabody, George Foster
1933
Reel 41: 609

Pool, David de Sola
1933
Reel 41: 615

Re: Du Bois' comments on the reasons for the unpopularity of Communism in America.

Smith, Alfred E.
1933
Reel 41: 639

Streator, George
1933
Reel 41: 654

Re: the Business Manager's position with The Crisis.

Turner, Thomas W.
1933
Reel 41: 671

Tuskegee Institute. Also: R. R. Moton
1933
Reel 41: 676

Van Kleeck, Mary
1933
Reel 41: 685

B. Crisis Correspondence, 1934
1934

Boardman, Helen
1934
Reel 43: 307

Re: the George Crawford Case.

Dabney, Thomas L.
1934
Reel 43: 316

Grimke, Francis J.
1934
Reel 43: 333

Re: segregation and on Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP.

Hughley, J. Neal
1934
Reel 43: 350

Article by Hughley on the American Negro's Search for economic power.

International Labor Defense
1934
Reel 43: 354

Press releases on the Scottsboro Case.

International Office for the Protection of Native Races. Also: E. J. Junod
1934
Reel 43: 364

Re: Liberia.

N.A.A.C.P. Also: George Streator. Hazel Branch, William Pickens, Mary White Ovington, Walter White, Joel Spingarn, Roy Wilkins, Louis T. Wright
1934
Reel 43: 370

Re: Du Bois' resignation from the NAACP and the editorship of The Crisis; on Crisis editorial policy; correspondence with Walter White on the NAACP policy on segregation; on the Crawford Case.

Van Kleeck, Mary
1934
Reel 43: 543

Re: her article on Hitlerism.

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Cite as: W.E.B. Du Bois Papers (MS 312). Special Collections and University Archives, W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst.