1926 June 3
Spears, Mack Congress
Chicago (Ill.) - Inquiring into how to best go about submitting photos of recent college graduates to the magazine's forthcoming Education number.
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers
1928 Mar. 5
Thompson, H. Clayton
Chicago (Ill.) - Enclosing the copy of an ad to run in the magazine "until further notice."
1926 Jan. 28
Braxton, E. G.
Chicago (Ill.) - Asks for assistance in publishing his compositions. Wishes the N. A. A. C. P. to forward them to the Opportunity magazine.
1928 Jan. 30
Chicago (Ill.) - Ordering a two-year subscription to the magazine and enclosing the according fee.
1927 Jan. 9
Johnson, J. M.
Chicago (Ill.) - Requesting that they send a subscription blank for 1927, as well as details on the magazine's submission policies.
1926 Mar. 11
John Crerar Library
Chicago (Ill.) - Thanking the NAACP for sending the May 1924 issue of The Crisis. Signed by the assistant librarian, Ed Tweedell.
1928 Jan. 31
Chicago (Ill.) - Reminding them of the company's previous offer to promote the magazine (see mums312-b180-i410), and seeking an answer thereto.
1927 Feb. 9
Chicago (Ill.) - Inquiring into the publication status of a cartoon he submitted some time ago and requesting they give "immediate attention" to the matter.
1924 Sept. 14
Johnson, William T.
Chicago (Ill.) - Commending the publication on its scope, style, and content.
1927 Nov. 27
Jenkins, H. C.
Chicago (Ill.) - Requesting to renew his subscription, taking advantage of the current "combination offer."