The November 1915 (Vol. 11 No. 1) issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a black-and-white photograph of a woman wearing a white hat and a pearl necklace taken by Cornelius Battey. There are approximately 50 pages.
The October 1914 (Vol. 8 No. 6) "Children's Number" issue of The Crisis. The front cover is pink and white and features a photograph taken by Cornelius Battey of a young girl wearing a plaid dress. The issue includes a number of photographs of African American children. There are approximately 50 pages.
The December 1914 (Vol. 9 No. 2) issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a black-and-white photograph by Cornelius Battey of a woman looking off to the right. Printed in red across the top of the cover is "Xmas = The Crisis = 1914” There are approximately 52 pages.
The November 1919 (Vol. 19 No. 1) issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a portrait of a woman taken by photographer Cornelius Battey. The portrait is a black-and-white photograph featuring a woman with a lace collar looking at the camera. Her hair is pulled back. There are approximately 34 pages.
A black-and-white image of an elderly man seated with a blanket draped over his legs. He is looking at his hands, which are holding something in front of him. the photographer's mark is in the lower right corner of the image: [C.M. BATTEY / TUSKEGEE INST., ALA. / COPYRIGHTED].