Correspondence from Virginia Kinnaird, National Education Association of the United States Headquarters Contact, to Septima P. Clark regarding an information request regarding "the dismissal of teachers in Charleston, South Carolina."
Correspondence from Demetrios C. Liollio to Keith Thompson, Chairman of the Charleston County Public Schools. Handwritten message written by Demetrios C. Liollio to Septima P. Clark thanking her for speaking with them.
Correspondence from Keith M. Thompson, Chairman for the Charleston County Board of Trustees, to Marie Warren, President of the Charleston Federation of Teachers, regarding "a slight change in the grievance policy."
Correspondence from Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor of the City of Charleston, to Septima P. Clark regarding Clark's election "by City Council to the position of honorary member of the City of Charleston's Commission for Women."
Correspondence from Marie K. Warren, President of the Charleston Federation of Teachers, to Keith Thompson regarding a "Supreme Court ruling on the use of the NTE to the 2.28 per cent raise granted to teachers."
Correspondence from W. F. Davenport, President for Political Action and Program Committees for the North Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to Septima P. Clark regarding the Annual Tea and Political Rally.
Handwritten correspondence from Julia Bennett, Chairman of Freedom Fund Committee, to Septima P. Clark regarding a potential guest speaking engagement at the Charleston Chapter of the NAACP Bicentennial.
News from the College of Charleston for immediate release, announcing the news that "Charleston educator and humanitarian Septima P. Clark donated her papers and memorabilia to the College of Charleston."
Correspondence from Ernest F. Hollings, South Carolina State Senator, to Septima Clark regarding Clark's name being submitted "to the Inaugural Committee to receive the Official Souvenir Invitation for the 1977 inauguration of President-elect Jimmy Carter."
Correspondence from Thomas L. Johnson, Assistant Librarian for the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina, to Septima P. Clark regarding an article, questionnaire, and potential visit to Charleston, South Carolina.
Correspondence from Liz J. Patterson, Chair History Component of the South Carolina Internation Women's Year Committee, to Septima P. Clark regarding the committee's state conference themed, "Barriers-Fallen."
Correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Edward M. Collins, President of the Charleston County School District, supporting Eddie Ganaway for the position left in the wake of Lucille Whipper's resignation.