1925 Mar. 9
Jones, E. K.
Roanoke (Va.) - Calling the magazine readership's attention to the facets and status of the "very peculiar" pending case between W. W. Brinkley and the "prosperous colored physician" Dr. S. C. Medley and wife.
1926 Jan. 16
Turner, Thomas Wyatt
Washington (D.C.) - Enclosing a copy of a letter he recently sent to the President of Howard University's Board of Trustees and commenting on various facets of the scandalous situation at that school's administration.
1927 Mar. 12
Bay Saint Louis (Miss.) - Enclosing a statement correcting and commenting on a feature in the March number on "Catholic missions among the Indians and Negroes of Oklahoma" and questioning various facets of its origins and implications.
1928 Apr. 21
Owens, Maude I.
Monessen (Pa.) - Thanking him for his recent letter (mums312-b180-i068), relaying compliments and prize money; describing at length her thoughts on her writing and ideas for plot development; noting recent involvement with the local N.A.A.C.P. chapter; and mentioning various other facets of her seemingly abundantly creative life.
1928 June 4
Roraback, Sarah J.
Canaan (Conn.) - Requesting that her "Crisis" subscription be discontinued; discussing some facets of the cover of the June number; reminding him of her family's acquaintance in Gt. Barrington; and retracting the request of the first line of her letter.
1928 Nov. 22
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . Chicago Branch
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Archie L. Weaver; enclosing a $9.60 check to cover 8 subscription renewals to the "Crisis"; hoping the clippings he recently sent therefor have arrived; describing the facets of his convalescence; ordering a subscription for a Mr. Edward Grisby of his city; and pledging to submit a report on his branch activities a bit later on.
1930 Aug. 15
Mann, Albert Russell, 1880-1947
Ithaca (N.Y.) - Signed A. R. Mann, Dean and Director; typed on Cornell University stationery. Requesting data "concerning the number of negroes taking work of college grade in the United States," particularly in the fields of science and agriculture; outlining the facets and dimensions of his interests and queries; and thanking Du Bois in advance for any information he may make availab... more
1932 May 20
New York (N.Y.) - Listing the names of a dozen or so individuals he hopes can serve on the magazine's board, and discussing briefly the extent, nature, and principal facets of their involvement in the enterprise.