1924 Oct. 28
Harris, Abram Lincoln, 1899-1963
Institute (W. Va.) - Calling his attention to George Goetz, a graduate of Johns Hopkins, who writes on "certain phases of Negro life and especially art" ad suggesting he feature his work in a forthcoming issue of the "Crisis."
1919 June 7
Simpson, James T.
Brest (France) - Remarking and elaborating on the letter and series of correspondence he sent the previous day (see mums312-b165-i260, i454 through i457) and analysing the various painful racial implications of the treatment reflected therein.
1926 Oct. 4
Owens, Maude I.
Monessen (Pa.) - Submitting an illustration called "Miscegenation" for publication in the "Crisis."
1924 Oct. 6
Beard, Jessie E.
Charleston (S.C.) - Enclosing "a little matter" which he hopes will make it into the next issue of the "Crisis," as well as $10 "for the trouble."
1926 Feb. 21
Putter, David A.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Describing a 4000-word, 85% true story he's written on "a Race man, Who Worked, Traveled, Married, and became a successful business man," and inquiring into how much the magazine would pay to feature same.
1923 June 18
White, N. E.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) - Describing the work he has furnished various young men of High Point High School, where he is a math teacher, and inquiring into the cost of running such a "write-up" in the next issue of the "Crisis."
1924 Oct. 17
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . Minneapolis Branch
Minneapolis (Minn.) - Signed George G. DeVaugh, President; enclosing a photo of "Harold Jones," a little boy for whom the Branch is trying to find a home; briefly describing his circumstances; and hoping said information can be disseminated in a forthcoming issue.