South Carolina Council on Human Relations published pamphlet regarding public welfare in South Carolina intended for citizens in need of assistance, containing information on applying, investigation, decisions on applications, how to appeal, other facts, and eligibility requirements.
State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction publication entitled, "The Disadvantaged: A Bibliography of Resource Materials," "designed to provide references to filmstrips, books, pamphlets, magazine and journal articles, papers, and conference proceedings of a nature that is current and especially relative to the disadvantaged child."
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare publication entitled, "Publications of the Children's Bureau," including "all publications of the Children's Bureau that are available for general distribution," categorized by the following topics: for parents, for teenagers, planning for children and youth, general welfare of children, child welfare, juvenile delinquency, child health, and foreign language.
South Carolina Council on Human Relations pamphlet containing its purpose and advocacy for "Public Education," "Black Economic Development," and "Fair Housing," as well as a list of committee, council, and staff members.
Charleston Museum exhibit publication entitled, "South Carolina Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: A Conference on the History of the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina, 1940-1970," on the occasion of the opening of an exhibit entitled, "We'll Never Turn Back," a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit.
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.