Miller, Kelly, 1863-1939
Washington (D.C.) - Miller, "trusted Negro Leader and Dean of Howard University" wrote an Open Letter to John Temple Graves after the Atlanta slaughterings; encouraging citizens to shun the Heart Publications and anything written by John Temple Graves, as they contain "personal and national contagion and disaster."
1926 Sept. 7
Burgess, R. H.
Kampala (Uganda) - Asks to subscribe to The Crisis and "(Negro) news-papers in the United States." Comments on a the August 1921 issue of The Crisis. Discusses the term "Negro" and finds it useless. Asks about the possibility of translating a book into Swahili and also for information about earning a philosophy doctorate.