1933 July 2
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Chicago (Ill.) - Resolution entitled "The Negro's Economic Status" listing a series of demands to ensure racial justice, adopted at the NAACP Annual Conference in Chicago: calling for a limit on profits of private business; the appointment of "qualified Negroes" to the Labor Advisory Board; the independence of the Industrial Recovery and Public Works Act from the American Federation of ... more
1919 Mar. 14
Patterson, Adam E.
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning rape cases amongst the 92nd Division of the United States Army and the associated penalties.
1926 Apr. 22
Arthur, George R. (George Robert), b. 1879
Chicago (Ill.) - Relaying the halted status of the "Crisis" article he was to furnish on "What the Colored Graduate of the Various Engineering Schools were Doing" and regretting he will be unable to provide it; and announcing the founding of an Engineer's Club in Chicago.
1929 Dec. 23
Provident Hospital (Chicago, Ill.)
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed George T. Jenkins, Publicity Manager; enclosing an article on the "campaign to establish a great Negro medical center in Chicago," and two accompanying photographs, for inclusion in a future number of the "Crisis."
1928 Oct. 22
Embree, Edwin R. (Edwin Rogers), 1883-1950
Chicago (Ill.) - Enclosing a copy of a talk he gave recently on the "problem of Negro illness and its effects on the nation's help," and suggesting he use it in part or in whole in a forthcoming number of the "Crisis."
1924 July 11
Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) . Medical School
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed C. W. Patterson, Registrar; for the "Crisis" Education number, noting the number of African American students enrolled and graduated from the Medical School.
1946 Sept. 16
Chicago (Ill.) - Signed Ben Burns, Executive Editor; describing the enduring civil, social and political inequalities suffered by "American Negro" and soliciting from him a 1500-2000 word article for the Digest on the question of whether they can "expect to win full freedom in America by 1965."