The February 1917 (Vol. 13 No. 4) issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a photograph of Richard T. Greener, the first African American graduate of Harvard and a dean of the Howard University Law School. There are approximately 48 pages.
Publication of "The Black Scholar," volume 10, numbers 8 and 9. The publication features a black cover with a large yin-yang symbol in the center. The symbol is red and black with a white outline. Above the symbol is white text [THE BLACK SEXISM DEBATE]. Below the symbol are three (3) columns of white text. Left column [ROBERT ALLEN/S.E. ANDERSON/BONNIE M. DANIELS/HARRY EDWARDS/SARAH FABIO/CHIDI IKONNE/TERRY JONES/JUNE JORDAN]. Middle column [M. RON KARENGA/AUDRE LORDE/JULIANNE MALVEAUX/MARK D. MATTHEWS/ROSEMARI MEALY/E. ETHELBERT MILLER/GEORGE MOSBY JR./ALVIN F. POUSSAINT]. Right column [KALAMU YA SALAAM/ANDREW SALKEY/NTOZAKE SHANGE/SABRINA SOJOURNER/ROBERT STAPLES/PAULINE T. STONE/ASKIA TOURE/SHERLEY WILLIAMS]. At the very top of the cover is the masthead with text in black with the title and price [$2.00/THEBLACKSCHOLAR].
The July 1918 (Vol. 16 No. 3) "Education Number" issue of The Crisis. The front cover features a sketch of Nora E. Johnson by Frank Walts. The black-and-white sketch depicts Johnson from the neck up. Johnson is looking off to left and wearing a lace collar and a large black hat. Beneath the portrait is printed "Education Number." There are approximately 50 pages.