1930 Mar. 12
New York (N.Y.) - Wilson acknowledges receipt of Kelley's letter.
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers
1930 Mar. 7
Kelley, C. V.
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley inquires about any vacancy in Du Bois' office, or if Du Bois would be willing to put him in touch with offices that may have an opening.
1930 Aug. 7
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley thanks Du Bois for granting him an interview; notes he will be forwarding him his formal application.
1930 Sept. 16
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
New York (N.Y.) - Du Bois informs Kelley that the Editorial Board of the Crisis his giving another person a trial as Business Manager of the Crisis.
1930 June 23
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley thanks Du Bois for his reply, and emphasizes his interest in finding work in New York City; discusses Mr. Calloway's death.
1930 Mar. 20
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley informs Du Bois that he will be in the city visiting the Dunbar Apartments and will communicate with Du Bois via telephone.
1930 Mar. 26
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley apologizes for missing Du Bois while he was in the city; asks for Du Bois availability to discuss his original letter.
1930 Aug. 25
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley informs Du Bois of the salary he feels he would need, which would be $175 per month.
Richmond (Va.) - Kelley notes the recent vacancy on the staff of the Crisis, due to the death of Mr. Calloway; Kelley discuses his qualifications for the position.
1930 Mar. 27
New York (N.Y.) - Du Bois apologizes for missing Kelley's call' informs him that there is no vacancy in the Crisis.