Two photocopied pieces of correspondence from Butler W. Nance, President of the Columbia Branch of the NAACP. One is addressed to Mary White Ovington on February 5, 1919 regarding the "fight for Negro teachers in the City schools of Charleston" and the other is addressed to John R. Shillady, Secretary of the NAACP, on January 24, 1919 regarding Charleston Branch legislation.
Photocopied correspondence to Butler W. Nance, President of the Columbia Branch of the NAACP, regarding a "petition presented to the Governor, to the State Superintendent of Education, etc. asking that colored teachers be put into colored schools in Charleston."
College of Charleston memorandum from Paul Hamill, Associate Registrar, to Lucille Whipper, John O'Hara, Eugene Hunt, Suzanne Moore, Lee Drago, Hugh Hayneworth, and Elise Davis Davis McFarland regarding James Martin, Director of External Degree programs at MUSC.
Bicentennial Committee for Educational Projects "Blacks & the Revolution" certificate, awarding Eugene Hunt for his participation with distinction "in the Bicentennial Committee for Educational Projects BiCEP'76 13 state contest, commemorating the involvement of Blacks in American Revolutionary History."