1919 July 31
United States . Post Office Dept.
Washington (D.C.) - Signed by the Third Assistant Postmaster General; declining to weigh in on his query regarding charging the N.A.A.C.P. for its ads in the "Crisis" (see mums312-b165-i330), noting that the government body has no authority over the matter.
1932 Apr. 26
Washington (D.C.) - Addressed to Walter White; signed Lucy D. Slowe; thanking him for the "Crisis"-related circular he recently sent and thanking the Association "for its work in the ... assisting Negroes to gain their rights"; but pointing out the dangers of the blurred line between the overarching Association and its publication, the "Crisis."
1929 Nov. 19
Howard University . School of Music
Washington (D.C.) - Signed William D. Allen, School of Music; enclosing a brief article on the Conservatory, for feature in the "Crisis," as well as an advertisement for print in the January issue.
1944 Aug. 9
Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951
Washington (D.C.) - Explaining that he has heard that Du Bois is returning to work for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and that he sends his best wishes. Written on United States Senate stationary.
1926 May 11
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941
Washington (D.C.) - Russell takes the blame for not being attend the Crisis Committee meeting; notes that he attended the Sweet trial in Detroit.
1948 Dec. 13
Hunt, Ida Gibbs, 1862-1957
Washington (D.C.) - Thanking him for sending the statement on the situation at the NAACP and commenting briefly thereon; praising his "long and tireless fight for human rights" and asserting that her opinion is shared by many; and relaying regards from his many Washington friends and admirers.
1927 Jan. 1
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People . District of Columbia Branch
Washington (D.C.) - Signed Neval Thomas, President; enclosing an account of "another gigantic injustice against Negro youth" occurred in the nation's capital; commenting briefly thereon; and suggesting he publicize the matter in a future edition of the "Crisis."