Correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Strom Thurmond, South Carolina State Senator, thanking Thurmond for his contributions and calling on him for assistance with the Cooper River Waterfront Redevelopment.
Correspondence from Cheryl Thompson, System Vice President of Intercultural Affairs and Professional Development at the University of South Carolina, to Septima P. Clark thanking Clark for "taking time to share some of the history of Charleston with the Elderhostels."
Correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Carolyn L. Collins, President of the North Charleston Chapter of the NAACP, discussing the issues surrounding Clark's losing her retirement money in 1956 due to her affiliation with the NAACP, requesting help recovering money owed to her.
Correspondence from Ronald A. McWhirt, Superintendent for the Charleston County School District, to Septima P. Clark expressing dissapointment over her announcement to resign from the Charleston County Consolidated School Board.
Correspondence from Jimmy Carter to Septima Clark regarding participation in White House ceremonies sponsored by the National Caucus on the Black Aged in honor of Clark's outstanding contributions in the field of Human Services.
Correspondence from R. W. Burnette, Deputy Superintendent for the Division of Finance and Operation for the State of South Carolina Department of Education, to Charles T. Ferillo, House of Representatives, regarding a "request for employment information concerning Septima Clark."
Letter from Arthur S. Flemming, Chairman of United States Commission on Civil Rights, to State Advisory Committee members with enclosed Commission statement on the Supreme Court's decision in "Regents of the University of California v. Bakke."
Letter and attached report written by ? of Planning And Management Assistance Project addressed to J. Herman Blake of Penn Community Services. The report provides an overview of Penn Community Services as of April 1978 with regard to the overall function of the organization, its financial situation, and recommendations moving forward. Attachements include statistics on foundation support, current fund monthly expenditures, and a directory to the Penn Board of Directors, 1979-81.
Typescript speech by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, National President for Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) delivered to the Republican National Committee, discussing "political enfranchisement," "political power," "political program," and "beyond partisan politics."
Letter from Howard A. Glickstein, Director, Task Force on Civil Rights Reorganization, to unknown recipient outlining the activites of President Jimmy Carter's Taskforce on Civil Rights Reorganization, namely their review of areas covered by Federal anti-discrimination laws (i.e. Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972). Enlcosed document aims to improve administration and enforcement of Civil Rights laws to ensure nondiscrimination.
Letter from Sara P. Bagwell, Secretary of the Board of Commissioners for The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston regarding a resolution agreed upon by the Housing Authority to name a day care center after the recipient.
Memorandum from Clinton Bamberger to Chairpersons of Legalservices Program Boards of Directors, National Clients Council Representatives, Client Groups, and Advocacy Groups regarding the availability of Special Grants for the improvement and enrichment of legal services for the poor.
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist for the Southern Regional Office of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to South Carolina SAC Members with attached draft of the report entitled, "The Provision of Municipal Services in Mullins, South Carolina."
Photocopy of typescript Charleston County Department of Social Services Day Care Program entitled, "Purpose and Functions of the Day Advisory Board" regarding the Executive Committee, Standing Committee, Program and Staff Development, Budget and Finance, Parent and Community Involvement, Public Information, and Ad Hoc Committees.
Title XX Agency Visit to St. Stephens Child Care Center report draft from January 10, 1978 visit regarding the Facility, Clients Served, Demand for the Services, Activities at the Center, Evaluation of Clients, and Additional Comments.
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist, Southern Regional Office to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to South Carolina Advisory Committee regarding the next SAC meeting.
Memorandum from S.C. Association of Black Elected Officials Chairperson John R. Harper, II to Black Elected Officials regarding April 22, 1978 meeting, dues, congressional district meetings, office, and newsletter information.
League of Women Voters of South Carolina's Legislative Newsletter, Vol. XII, February-March 1978, including information on the 1978 General Assembly, E.R.A., Senate Subsistence Pay, Education, Child Welfare, Environmental Legislation, State Legislature, and Restration and Election Laws. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
League of Women Voters of South Carolina's South Carolina Voter, Vol. XXVII No. 6, including information on State Government Day, Environmental Calendar, Belva High, Poll Managers, and other legislative issues. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.