U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare publication entitled, "Guidelines: Special Programs for Educationally Deprived Children, Section II. Design and Evaluation Projects," discussing Statutory Requirements Under Section 205(a) of Title I and other factors in project planning and evaluation.
A reference guide entitled, "Credit Unions in Anti-Poverty Programs: A Reference Guide for the Utilization of Credit Unions as an Economic Opportunity Instrument in the War Against Poverty," prepared by CUNA International, Inc., formerly the Credit Union National Association.
The United States Commission on Civil Rights' published document entitled, "Equal Opportunity in Farm Programs," excerpts from An Appraisal of Services Rendered by Agencies of the United States Department of Agriculture.
"Written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reverend Andrew J. Young, requesting leadership training for Black ministers of thirty urban areas and citizenship training for neighborhood leaders of five major cities; and catalog regarding Ford Foundation travel and study grants."
Large packet of documents entitled, "Menominee Community Action Program, Governor's Copy," wherein a variety of correspondence, press releases, grant application materials, and other forms relating to potential grants pursuant to Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 for the purpose of "attacking the causes of poverty" in Wisconsin.
Correspondence from Charlotte C. Meachum, National Representative for the American Friends Service Committee's Housing Committee, to Esau Jenkins regarding American Friends Service Committee's Souther School Desegregation work.
Correspondence from the Office of Esau Jenkins, President of the Citizens Committee of Charleston County, to the Ministers, Officers and Members, Labor Unions, PTAs, Organizations, and all interested Citizens in Charleston County regarding the agenda for the upcoming Citizens Committee of Charleston County meeting to be held on January 31, 1965.
Community Action Program Memorandum No. 9 regarding procedure to be followed by an independent agency which believes it to be impossible or infeasible to combine its efforts with those of an existing community action agency.