1928 June 25
National Council of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States of America
New York (N.Y.) - Signed A. W. Hanson; addressed to Mr. Marvel Jackson; per her request (mums312-b180-i627), enclosing a photograph of Max Yergan to appear alongside the forthcoming "Crisis" feature thereon.
1927 Mar. 8
Society of St. Peter Claver for the African Missions
St. Louis (Mo.) - Concerning the use of photographs and giving credit to the Claver Almanac. Signed by M. Louise Garesché, director for America.
1929 Mar. 25
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . San Francisco Branch
San Francisco (Calif.) - Signed Samuel D. Quinn, Secretary; addressed to Marvel K. Jackson; inquiring what she recalls of certain short stories submitted by John K. Larremore, whose works he is trying "to get before the public."
1927 Apr. 6
Robinson, W. A. (William Albert), b. 1890
Raleigh (N.C.) - Asking that The Crisis mention that there have been no lynchings in North Carolina for five years. Written on the letterhead of The National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools. Includes a math calculation.
1929 Feb. 6
Egypt, Ophelia Settle
Nashville (Tenn.) - Addressed to Marvel Jackson; describing the survey of Nashville she is presently working on; requesting that she send a certain cut she submitted for the 1928 Education number; noting how terribly she misses New York; and hoping to be able to visit there soon.
1926 Dec. 29
Dugas, H. C.
Augusta (Ga.) - Per Marvel Jackson's recent letter regarding a forthcoming "Crisis" feature on African American bankers (on verso), noting that William Carpenter has now succeeded R. S. Williams as President of the Penny Savings Loan & Investment Co.
1928 Nov. 21
Thompson, Pierce McNeil
New York (N.Y.) - Mr. Thompson asks Miss Jackson attend to Robert M. Johnson's request of having Miss Madeline D. Goode's photograph returned to her parents.
1927 Feb. 21
Cooke, Marvel, 1903-
New York (N.Y.) - Expressing her continued interest in pictures from an almanac regardless of the wait. Addressed to M. Louise Garesché.