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1931 Sept. 26

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to Grace L. Pierce

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Pierce being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1931 Sept. 22

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to Geneva Gilmore

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Gilmore being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1931 Sept. 22

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to G. S. Pinkard

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Pinkard being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1930 Oct. 4

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas, Jr. to Crisis

New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Alfred Alexander; expressing interest in filling the Business Manager position at the magazine; describing his education and experience; providing references; and attaching a photographic portrait.

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1931 Sept. 23

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to Bruce T. Bowens

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas explains that he is sending Bowens fifty copies of the October Crisis; notes that the Crisis is offering a prize to the boy salesmen that sells the most.

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1931 Sept. 22

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to Florence Campbell

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Campbell being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1930 Oct.

Henry W. Thomas, Jr.

A portrait of a candidate for Business Manager of the Crisis.

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1931 Sept. 22

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to L. A. Nixon

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Nixon being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1931 Sept. 21

Thomas, Henry W., 1904-

Letter from Henry W. Thomas to G. Sparks

New York (N.Y.) - Thomas, the circulation manager of the Crisis, notes his approval of Sparks being appointed chairman of the Crisis Committee for his local branch; notes the importance of obtaining new subscribers and subscription renewals; explains the importance of creating and maintaining new contacts.

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1930 Oct. 29

Crisis (Firm)

Letter from Crisis to Henry W. Thomas, Jr.

New York (N.Y.) - Notifying him that the position of Business Manager at the magazine has been temporary filled (per his application; mums312-b187-i125, i406).

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