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1925 Aug. 28

Williams, Benjamin H. (Benjamin Harrison), 1889-1974

Letter from Benjamin H. Williams to Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Inquiring into the status of the drawing he submitted to the magazine's recent contest.

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1927 Jan. 5

Griffin, John E. T.

Letter from Joseph Goodwilling to Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Addressed to Jessie Fauset; describing a paper he just completed, entitled "A Happy New Year," and attempting to gauge the magazine's interest in publishing same.

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1929 Mar. 26

Brown, Samuel Joseph, 1907-1994

Postcard from Samuel J. Brown to The Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Sending a drawing for use in The Crisis.

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1927 Feb. 22

Brown, Charles S.

Letter from Charles S. Brown to the editor of The Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Asking about submitting an article for publication in The Crisis.

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1932 Mar. 28

Corson, Helen H.

Letter from the Helen H. Corson to the Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Sending a contribution to the Emergency Aid Fund of the Crisis.

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1925 Dec. 1

Burton, Edna

Letter from Edna Burton to W. E. B. Du Bois

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Inquiring about how to get poetry published in the Crisis.

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1929 May 28

Swann, Thomas Wallace

Letter from Thomas Wallace Swann to W. E. B. Du Bois

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Commending him on his writing and editorship of the "Crisis" and inviting him to lunch some time soon.

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1925 Mar. 12

Monroe, Edward M.

Letter from Edward M. Monroe to W. E. B. Du Bois

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Apologizing for not sooner replying to his letter sent to the War Dept. and enclosing the photograph (for the "Crisis") requested therein.

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1929 May 14

Wise, Viola G.

Letter from Viola G. Wise to Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Requesting a copy of the play, "The Church Fight," as printed in the May 1926 number.

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1930 May 8

Nicholas, M. Luther

Letter from M. Luther Nicholas to the Crisis

Philadelphia (Pa.) - Nicholas inquires about "the recent defeat of the effort to land Judge Parker upon the Supreme Court bench;" offers to write a paper on the subject for the Crisis.

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