1934 Jan. 12
New York (N.Y.) - Streator informs Du Bois of a proposition made to him by the Spingarns and White that he "plan a trip in the interested of the Crisis, that money towards expenses by contributed by various branches" and in return Streator would make talks at the branches; Streator believes the Crisis could use the money.
1934 Apr. 2
New York (N.Y.) - Noting that the next Board meeting will make a motion to drop Du Bois from the Crisis; Spingarn is now backed by Pickens, who says the main issue is Du Bois' plan on reforming the NAACP.