Newsletter for the Trident Forum for the Handicapped regarding an advocacy conference, forum business meeting, reorganization, new members, handicapped parking permits, and other organizational issues.
YWCA of Greater Charleston's "Ninth Annual Meeting. 70th Anniversary Celebration" Program. The theme of the evening is "Where Women On The Move Make A Difference" and provides information on the YWCA of Greater Charleston's personnel and board of directors, evening program, financial report for 1977, president's report, and statement of purpose.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County's local government act document entitled, "Home Rule In South Carolina," drafted by Richard L. Black. The document explains the legislation package popularly known as the "Home Rule Act" which indends to grant political subdivisions decision-making power in local affairs.
YWCA of Greater Charleston's Spring 1977 newsletter addressed to Septima P. Clark, discussing General Information, Spring Events, Adult Classes, Youth Classes, Leisure Time Activities, and Summer Camp.
YWCA of Greater Charleston's Spring 1977 newsletter addressed to Septima P. Clark, discussing the YWCA' 70th Birthday Celebration, the 70th Anniversary Souvenir Booklet, The Association Review, YWCA World Mutual Service 1977, Internationl Buffet Supper, Volunteer Recognition Service, YWCA Committee Meetings, Christmas Program, and Interest Groups.
Typescript of a script to a theatrical work written by Eugene C. Hunt entitled, "A Journey In Faith and Courage. The Story of the Coming Street Y.W.C.A." The story takes place in Charleston, South Carolina around 1910.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County, Volume XXVI, Bulletin No. 6 including a calendar of events, voting-related issues, the League of Women Voters of Charleston County Budget Committee financial statement and various reports and program updates. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
"Binding Ties" Vol. 1 No. 1, January 1973 publication by the Black Women's Community Development Foundation discussing the Juvenile Justice Project, Black Women in the News, Community Development, and organizational information. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.