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The NAACP’s Crisis magazine is available through the Modernist Journals Project, a collaborative effort of Brown University and the University of Tulsa. Volumes 1-23, spanning November 1910 through April 1922 have been digitized.
The Wisconsin Historical Society has digitized all 103 issues of the paper: Volume 1, March 16, 1827 – March 21, 1828 and Volume 2, April 4, 1828 – March 28, 1829. While some pages may be difficult to read, it’s worth magnifying the Adobe Acrobat file to 300%, if only to read biographies, such as the one about Phillis Wheatly, in Issue 2 (page 2).