1932 Nov. 5
Crawford, George W. (George Williamson), b. 1877
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Urging Du Bois, Minton, Johnson, or someone else involved in the Du Bois-Scott case, not to make any reference to any action taken by the Howard University Board of Trustees, as such mention will "only provoke further controversy."
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941
New York (N.Y.) - Russell informs Du Bois that he is able to attend the Crisis Committee meeting the following afternoon. Below Russell's signature, Du Bois listed the names of people attending the meeting.
1926 Apr. 7
Dill, Augustus Granville
New York (N.Y.) - Concerning finding agents to sell copies of the Crisis in a specified community. Typed on The Crisis letterhead. Notes on reverse side lists names and addresses of individuals, presumably to send the letter to.
New York (N.Y.) - Providing five additional names and addresses to which the Bureau should send information regarding the Pan African Congress.
1932 Dec. 28
New York (N.Y.) - An undisclosed "Crisis" staff member makes a note of James Marshall's plans for January 1933, with respect to his attendance at the Board of Directors meeting to take place that month (see mums312-b192-i221).