1932 Mar. 4
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Noting the Association's total contribution to the "Crisis," as of 1922; noting the magazine's particularly precarious financial situation; and outlining how the Association could aid it so as to prolong publication, as well as how the magazine's own administration might make life-saving adjustments.
1932 Feb. 25
New York (N.Y.) - Documenting and describing the magazine's financial condition; furnishing retrospective comparisons with past years with respect to indebtedness, total income, monthly circulation, cash income, monthly expenses, etc.; and proposing four ways to reduce expenses and rearrange budget.
1932 Feb. 19
New York (N.Y.) - Listing and totalling the magazine's various expenses (for materials, supplies, rent, petty cash, etc.) through June of that year, and outlining a monthly allowance deriving mathematically therefrom.
1932 Dec. 30
New York (N.Y.) - The editor's report on the initial founding and principal aims of the magazine, and the evolution of same; summary of financial catastrophe in the wake of the crash of '29 and its lingering aftereffects; account of drama and overall trouble with certain members of staff in the past; and outline of various suggestions for the enterprise's administrative, logistical, and financia... more