1932 Jan. 5
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning the name of a monastery in Cairo, Egypt.
1931 Sept. 5
Chicago (Ill.) - Johnson apologizes for her procrastination, but sends what information she could find concerning her grandfather's life; Johnson notes that although she was practically raised in a French Catholic Convent, she is not religious.
1930 Mar. 10
Chicago (Ill.) - Gordon thanks Du Bois for his work at the Crisis, especially for the poetry page; Gordon praises the poetry about Philip M. Harding and asks for more information on the poet; Asks Du Bois if he would be interested in an article on the progress and accomplishments on the "campaign fostered by the Chicago Whip for employment of Negroes where they trade."
1916 Jan. 5
Chicago (Ill.) - Miss Pohle informs Du Bois that her father, Adolph Pohle, passed away; explains how he wished to have seen the latest issue of The Crisis, but it arrived just days after his departure, so they put the copy with him in his coffin; Pohle inquires as to how they could get a second copy of that issue as a remembrance.
1927 Apr. 16
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Chicago (Ill.) - Sending an article about a Delta Sigma Theta conference for inclusion in the news section of The Crisis. Signed by Ernestine O. Corley, chair of the publicity committee.
1927 May 11
Pettiford, Jessie L.
Chicago (Ill.) - Asking if Du Bois received her manuscript. Hoping he will return it to her if he cannot publish it.