1933 Jan. 16
Allen, Farrow R.
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to Editor Kelly; in support of the Harlem Hospital; discouraging its potential racial segregation; and deeming "unjust and unfortunate" the maligned accusations against its staff physicians.
1925 Jan. 2
Paul Quinn College
Waco (Tex.) - Signed J. F. Williams, President; forwarding, under separate cover, a photo of the College's 1924 Championship football team and describing the "unusual record" set by them in that year, by defeating Oklahoma, and tying with Tuskegee.
1924 Oct. 17
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . Minneapolis Branch
Minneapolis (Minn.) - Signed George G. DeVaugh, President; enclosing a photo of "Harold Jones," a little boy for whom the Branch is trying to find a home; briefly describing his circumstances; and hoping said information can be disseminated in a forthcoming issue.
1924 Jan. 24
Montreux (Switzerland) - Enclosing a clipping on Dr. Livingstone's "old African servant"; commenting extensively thereon; and suggesting said theme would make a good subject for a story in the magazine.