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THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES
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Contents Copyrighted, 1915, by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Contents for March, 1915

PICTURES                                                           
COVER DESIGN. Photographed from Life. By L.H. Miner.                      Page
ERNEST EVERETT JUST. Springarn Medalist--------------------------- 248

ARTICLES
THE WHITE WITCH. A Poem. By James Weldon Johnson------------------ 239
LINCOLN. By T.J. Calloway----------------------------------------- 240
An OLD FOLKS' HOME------------------------------------------------ 242
AN OPEN WINDOW. By Agnes P. Berry, M.D.--------------------------- 244
PÆAN. A Poem. By Otto L. Bohanan---------------------------------- 245

DEPARTMENTS
COLOR LINE-------------------------------------------------------- 215
MEN OF THE MONTH-------------------------------------------------- 221
OPINION----------------------------------------------------------- 225
EDITORIAL--------------------------------------------------------- 235
THE BURDEN-------------------------------------------------------- 250

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