The January 1916 (Vol. 11 No. 3) issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a reproduction of the 1904 painting, "To the Highest Bidder" by Harry Roseland. The black-and-white reproduction depicts a mother and daughter standing in front of a sign that reads, "Auction Sale of Slaves". There are approximately 52 pages.
The June 1918 (Vol. 16 No. 2) "Soldiers Issue" of The Crisis. The front cover features an image of a soldier standing at attention modeled after a poster painted by Robert Edmond Jones for the Circle for Negro War Relief. The image depicts a male soldier in uniform standing at attention with a rifle resting on his right shoulder. There is a blue circle behind the upper-half of the soldier’s body and red and blue stripes along the edges of each side. There are approximately 48 pages.