1930 Mar. 21
Rome (Italy) - Wickham thanks White for the copies of the Crisis; asks for copies of "the Negro national Hymn, Lift Every Voice and Sing;" Asks how "the relation in the United States between the Negro and other races and minority parties, especially those of the Catholic and the Jews--as to how it differs from that between the Negro and the average White;" also inquires about the extent "Negr... more
1932 Aug. 28
Bedford Hills (N.Y.) - Addressed to Walter White; complaining that the cartoons he submitted to the "Crisis" some time ago have still not been returned and describing ongoing sagas trying to effect their return.