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PUBLISHER'S CHAT

THE DECEMBER NUMBER OF THE CRISIS WILL BE

CHRISTMAS NUMBER

A gem of beauty--literary and artistic--and just in keeping with the aesthetic tastes of our discriminating readers.  Do you remember our valuable and beautiful 1915 Calendar?  Then you will want to secure early a copy of our 1916 Historical and Statistical Calendar--a work of art and a marvel of condensation.  Too, our Christmas Card will be ready in early December and you will want copies of this to announce THE CRISIS as a Christmas Gift to your friends.

A SELECTED LIST OF BOOKS

These prices do not include postage.  Postage extra.

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HAZEL.  (Mary White Ovington)                              $1.00
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX-COLORED MAN.  (Anonymous)        1.20
NORRIS WRIGHT CUNEY. (Maud Cuney Hare)                      1.50
A NARRATIVE OF THE NEGRO.  (Leila Amos Pendleton)           1.50
SOULS OF BLACK FOLK.  (W.E.B. Du Bois)                      1.25
THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN.  (T. Shirby Hodge)                  1.00
RACE ADJUSTMENT.  (Kelly Miller)                            2.00
HISTORY OF THE NEGRO.  (B.G. Brawley)                       1.25
HALF A MAN.  (Mary White Ovington)                          1.00
AFTERMATH OF SLAVERY.  (William Sinclair)                   1.50
JOHN BROWN  (W.E.B. Du Bois)                                1.25
NEGRO IN AMERICAN HISTORY.   (J.W. Cromwell)                1.25
PRINCE HALL AND HIS FOLLOWERS.  (George W. Crawford)        1.00
LIBERIA.  (Frederick Starr)                                 1.00
THE NEGRO.  (W.E.B. Du Bois)                                 .50
THE EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO PRIOR TO 1861.(Carter G. Woodson)2.00
FACTS OF RECONSTRUCTION.  (John R. Lynch)                   1.50
STORY OF THE NEGRO.  2 Volumes.  (Booker T. Washington)     3.00
MASTERPIECES OF NEGRO ELOQUENCE. (Alice Moore Dunbar, Editor)2.50
POEMS OF PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR.                               2.00
AFRO-AMERICAN FOLKSONGS.  (H.E. Krehbiel)                    2.00
OUT OF THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE.  (Kelly Miller)                 1.50

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THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE, AT 70 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY

Conducted by
W.E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS
AUGUSTUS GRANVILLE DILL, Business Manager

Contents Copyrighted, 1915, by he National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Contents for November, 1915

PICTURES
COVER. Photograph from Life.   By C.M. Battey.

ARTICLES                                                 Page
THE RISK OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE           By Kelly Miller       37
GLIMPSES OF BRAZIL                   By R.W. Merguson      38

DEPARTMENTS
ALONG THE COLOR LINE                                        7
MEN OF THE MONTH                                           13
OPINIONS                                                   17
EDITORIAL                                                  25
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
  COLORED PEOPLE                                           33
LETTERS                                                    44

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