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1921 Aug. 23

Allison, Madeline G.

Letter from Madeline G. Allison to Joseph E. Gibson

New York (N.Y.) - Thanking Gibson for his earlier letter about the possibility of publishing African folk tales. Says that Du Bois is currently in Europe but will be informed of his previous letter upon his return.

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1921 May 12

Hooe, H. D., Reverend

Letter from H. G. Hooe to W. E. B. Du Bois

Washington (Pa.) - Recommends asking a name that appears to read Mrs. Rusty Thornton May to assist in the translation of Atlantis.

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1921 Aug. 18

Gibson, Joseph E.

Letter from Joseph E. Gibson to the editor of The Crisis

Memphis (Tenn.) - Expresses his interest in the translation and publication of African folktales. Suggests soliciting contributions of fifty dollars from 1,000 people for the effort.

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1921

Note of offer to help translate Atlantis

New York (N.Y.) - Records the name and address of someone who has offered to help Du Bois with the translation of Atlantis.

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1921 June 5

Sacred Heart College

Letter from Sacred Heart College to The Crisis

Greenville (Miss.) - Expresses Reverend P. M. Christman's willingness to help translate the work Atlantis into English. Appears to be signed by N. LeRoy Law. Includes a postscript asking if The Crisis would like to use some photographs of their mission school graduates in the July issue.

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1921 May 7

Mundy, Geo. A.

Letter from Geo A. Mundy to W. E. B. Du Bois

Cleveland (Ohio) - Offers to assist in translating Atlantis. Wishes to subscribe to the work after its translation.

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1921 Apr. 30

Smith, H. M.

Letter from H. M. Smith to W. E. B. Du Bois

"Hamilton (N.Y.) - Discusses his German language proficiency as a student of Colgate University. Offers to assist in translating Atlantis into English.

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1921 May 16

Lee, J. F.

Letter from J. F. Lee to The Crisis

Queens (New York, N.Y.) - Offers to assist in the translation of Atlantis.

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1921 May 17

Holly, William G.

Letter from William G. Holly to W. E. B. Du Bois

Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) - Informs Du Bois that he has moderate knowledge of the German language and would be willing to assist in translating Atlantis.

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1921 May 14

Michel, Louis

Letter from Louis Michel to The Crisis

Los Angeles (Calif.) - Offers to assist in the translation of Atlantis and its circulation. Says that Mr. Banks, local president, can attest to his oratorical skills. Written on Starr Piano Company stationery.

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