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."