The Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture's publication entitled, "The Bulletin," Volume 2, Number 1 for Spring 1982 containing an article about the Avery's acquisition of the Esau Jenkins papers and an exhibit of of its contents.
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to F. and F. Arnold Distributor regarding his position as president of the Citizens' Committee and C. O. Federal Credit Union of Charleston County and Trustee of the School Board and the formation of a new Co-op.
Correspondence from James T. Coats, Regional Representative of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare Social Security Administration, to Esau Jenkins regarding the Thrift Honor Award for 1969.
Correspondence from Herbert U. Fielding, Chairman of the Political Action Committee of Charleston County, to members regarding the organization's inaugural meeting, including a staff directory and meeting schedule.
Correspondence from James G. Blake to Esau Jenkins' widow, Janie Jenkins regarding Esau Jenkins' posthumous reciept of the Outstanding Freedom Fighter Citation, awarded by the "S.C. Conference of Branches of the NAACP."
Correspondence from James T. Coats, Regional Representative of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare Social Security Administration, to Esau Jenkins regarding approval of a Bureau of Federal Credit Union application.
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to Graham Smith, WCIV Television Station, thanking the recipient "for your quick response and cooperation in publicizing the plight of the three Fuller children, who were recently involved in an automobile accident."
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to Ken Klyce, WCSC Television Station, thanking the recipient "for your quick response and cooperation in publicizing the plight of the three Fuller children, who were recently involved in an automobile accident."
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to Red Evans, WUSN Television Station, thanking the recipient "for your quick response and cooperation in publicizing the plight of the three Fuller children, who were recently involved in an automobile accident."
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to Governor Robert E. McNair, Mayor J. Palmer Gaillard, Magistrate Donald Barkowitz, Chief of Police John R. Conroy, Sheriff William Kelly, Chief Jailer Paul Hogan, regarding an incident regarding SCLC workers being arrested for "inciting to riot."
Correspondence from Gordon H. Garrett, Superintendent of the Charleston County School District, to Esau Jenkins congratulating the recipient for his appointment as a member of the Board of Trustees of Constituent School District Number 9.
Correspondence from Mary L. Free, Chairman of the Education Committee for United Community Services, Inc., to Esau Jenkins regarding the Southern Regional Institute of the National Association of Social Workers.
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins regarding the March 1971 issue of National Geographic, wherein Jenkins wrote an article, and a call for donations to the "Citizen Committee's County Peace Scholarship Fund."
Correspondence from Vicki Ann Thomas, Feature Editor Public Relations Department for the Credit Union National Association, Inc., to Esau Jenkins regarding the recipient's article in the National Geographic.
Correspondence from Robert B. Scarborough, Chairman of the Joint Legislative Delegation for the County of Charleston to Esau Jenkins, informing the recipient of his being reappointed to serve as a member of St. Johns School District #9.
Correspondence from James C. McColl, Vice President of the Citizens Southern National Bank of South Carolina, to Esau Jenkins and John T. Enwright congratulating the recipients for "winning for the fourth consecutive time the National Credit Union award for South Carolina."
Correspondence from Abraham B. Jenkins tp Reverend McKinley Washington, Jr. thanking the recipient for "the initiative, effort and time" with regard to the Esau Jenkins Memorial Bridge on behalf of the Jenkins family.
Photocopy of a program for the Mu Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity's annual event entitled, "National Achievement Week Observance," wherein Esau Jenkins mentioned as receiving the Posthumous Award "To A Life Of Unselfish Service."
Document entitled, "The National Credit Union Administration Presents A Thrift Honor Award for 1970 to This Federal Credit Union, Charter No. 17655" with attached Evening Post newspaper article regarding the C. O. Federal Credit Union entitled, "Federal Credit Union Deposits Insured."
"Appeal to South Carolina Supreme Court: The City of Charleston v. Esau Jenkins. Includes published appeal to South Carolina Supreme Court requesting dismissal of Jenkins' 1962 conviction for selling alcohol after hours."