Correspondence from Edward M. Collins, Jr., President of the College of Charleston, to Eugene Hunt regarding a certificate of appreciation. Enclosed Certificate of Appreciation presented to Eugene C. Hunt.
College of Charleston memorandum from Edward M. Collins, Jr., President, to Fred Sheheen, Chairman for the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, regarding desegregation efforts by the College of Charleston.
Correspondence from Norman Olsen, Jr., Chairman of the Department of English at the College of Charleston, to Leroy Anderson regarding a testimony of Eugene C. Hunt's College of Charleston career. Enclosed testimony of Eugene C. Hunt's College of Charleston career.
Damaged paper fan from the Mickey Funeral Home with image of W. E. B. DuBois and Sightseeing Party. Pictured in the first row are Nathaniel Butler, Eddie Mickey, Dr. Thorne, and Richard Mickey. Pictured in the back row are Edwin Harleston, unknown man, B. F. Cox, Dr. DuBois, Dr. Johnson, Richard Reddy, Harold Shokes, Moultrie Harleston or George Robinson, undertaker.
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."
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.
Correspondence from Randolph F. Perry, President of the Central Council of Charleston Teachers, to Carolyn A. Wallace, Program and Publication Coordinator for the Division of Affiliate Services, regarding the restructuring of the Central Council of Charleston Teachers. Enclosed Plan for Restructure.
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.
College of Charleston memorandum from Lucille S. Whipper, Director of Human Relations, to Dr. Edward M. Collins, Jr., President, Dr. John Bevan, Vice president for Academic Affairs, and members of the Minority Student Committee regarding reports from the subcommittees on Minority Recruitment.
College of Charleston memorandum from Dr. Alan Colón to Ms. Dorothy Fludd, Dr. Mildred Glascoe, Dr. Eugene Hunt, Dr. McIvory Jennings, Ms. Joan Mack, Ms. Maxine Martin, Dr. Thandekile Mvusi, Dr. John Rashford, Dr. David Taylor, and Ms. Thelma Williams regarding Afro-American Course Coordinating meeting.
College of Charleston memorandum from Dr. Alan Colón to Dr. Jacquelyn A. Mattfeld, Dr. David Taylor, Dorothy Fludd, Mack Jennings, Joan Mack, Maxine Martin, Thandekile Mvusi, John Rashford, Thelma Williams, and Eugene Hunt regarding the September 27, 1985 meeting.
The Senate of the State of South Carolina Certificate of Appreciation presented to Dr. Eugene Clayton Hunt "in recognition of his being honored as citizen extraordinaire in Charleston, to congratulate him, and wish him well upon his retirement from the Professorship at the College of Charleston."
Afro-American Literature List of Authors and Genres, including The Slave Narrative, 1760-1860, Autobiography, 1760-Present, Letters, 1791-Present, Folk Sermon, 1786- , Literary Sermon, 1780-Present, Articles, 1780-Present, Orations, 1840-Present, Drama, 1840-Present, Fiction, 1840-Present, Essays, 1900-Present, and Poetry, 1760-Present.
A representation of three panels regarding the Amistad. Panel one: "The Mutiny Aboard the Amistad, 1839." Panel two: "The Amistad Slaves on Trial at New Haven, Connecticut, 1840." Panel three: "The Return to Africa, 1842."
The Constitution for the South Carolina Black Student Association including articles on the association's embodiment, membership, privileges, executive, qualifications for officers, elections, vacancies, general session, standing committee, and amendments and ratifications.
Black and white photograph of "The Avery Sextet." Seated from left to right: Holland Daniels, Eugene Hunt. Standing from left to right: Andrew White, Leroy Anderson, Charles Phoenix, and Jos. Richardson.
A handwritten biography of Eugene C. Hunt, providing information on Hunt's education and teaching career. A short message from "Lillian" appears on the back of the biography, thanking Hunt for his talk at the Brown Fellowship.
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."