Penn Community Services' "Statement of Penn's Board Committees," wherein the author lists "the concepts that [he] understood and have been operating from as it relates to the functions of committees in the past."
Job description for a "Training Director" for the Penn Community Services' program to "develop and direct a program to train lay persons from rural communities, primarely in the South, in a knowledge of community development."
A document entitled, "A Proposal For Historic Building Restoration Project," submitted by John Buffington, Executive Director of Penn Community Services, submitted to Office of the Governer of South Carolina, Manpoower Division.
Letter from Penn Community Services to Septima P. Clark including a suggested outline for "First Workshop," entitled, "Two Hundred Years Of Survival On The Sea Islands: Implications For The Future Culturally, Historically, and Economically," to take place February 6-8, 1976.
Comprehensive Manpower Program Staff Cost Backup and Budget Summary for the Historic Building Restoration program of Penn Community Services, listing position titles and salaries, timetable, tools and equipment for renovation project.
Photocopy of letter from Edith M. Dabbs to John Gadson of Penn Community Services informing the recipient that a publication entitled, "Face Of An Island" has cleared a profit. Includes an attached statement of sales from the publisher.
Memorandum from Penn Community Services Human Resource Development Director to Executive Director and Administrative Director regarding grant funding from the State of South Carolina Department of Archives and History to restore Penn's Buildings.
Memorandum from Penn Community Services to Executive Director to All Board Members regarding an attached letter from J. F. Pittman regarding the "development of a Demonstration Farm/Greenhouse and Extension-Education Program at Penn Center."
A document entitled, "A Proposal For Comprehensive Land Use And Education," submitted by John Buffington, Executive Director of Penn Community Services, submitted to Office of the Governer of South Carolina, Manpoower Division.
Invitation to the Blacks United For Action, Inc.'s first annual Community Development and Voter Education Workshop held at the Penn Community Center, April 16-18, 1971. Includes a description of the organization with goals and its economic, educational, and political programs.
Memorandum from the Director of Penn Community Services to its Board of Trustees advising them on the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees in addition to personnel changes that had taken place in prior months.
Letter from the United States Department of the Interior informing Penn Community Services that the Penn School Historic District in Frogmore, South Carolina "has been found to possess national significance in commemorating the history of the United States, and is thus eligble for designation as a national historic landmark."
A report generated by Penn Community Services entitled, "Oral History Tapes in Retrospect," describing their method of cataloguing, recommendations for future interviews, and recommendations for materials on file.