Legal document entitled, "In the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina Columbia Division, Cleveland Louis Sellers, Petitioner, v. Sheriff of Orangeburg, et al., Civil Action No. 73-84."
Correspondence from Stephen Hoffius, Director of Publications for the South Carolina Historical Society, to Cleveland Sellers regarding Grace Jordan McFadden interviews with Civil Rights movement participants.
Correspondence from Patricia D. Petway, Assistant Attorney General for the State of South Carolina, to The Honorable Barbara Stock Nielsen, State Superintendent of Education for the State of South Carolina, requesting "the opinion of this Office as to whether a member of the State Board of Education can concurrently serve as a member of the Bamberg County Economic Development Commission without violating the dual office prohibitions of the state Constitution."
Correspondence from Marcous Garnder, Event Coordinator for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. at the University of South Carolina, to Cleveland Sellers thanking the recipient for "agreeing to participate as a panelist in [the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity] forum."
Correspondence from Brother Redfern II, Director of Operations for the Blacks United for Action, to Charles Derrick, Program Director for WOIC Radio Station, regarding the recipient's "calculated attempts to wreck our efforts to uplift the Black Community."
Correspondence from Kevin Willey, Project Coordinator for the University of South Carolina African American Studies Program, to Cleveland Sellers thanking the recipient for "helping to make the 1998 Magic Bus Civil Rights Tour a huge success."
Correspondence from John R. Harper II to Cleveland Sellers regarding "the situation with Brother Charles Grant," an individual placed in the Maximum Detention Retraining Center at the Central Correctional Institution in Columbia, South Carolina.
Correspondence from Cleveland Sellers to Marshall C. Grisby, President of Benedict College, regarding "articles in the "State" newspaper regarding the U.S. Department of Health Funding of the Benedict College Black Male Role Model Project."
Correspondence James Bennett, 1995 Campaign Chairman for 100 Black Men of America, Inc., to Cleveland Sellers informing the recipient that "a panel of judges for the South Carolina Hall of Fame has elected [him] among 15 persons to be inducted into the 1995."