Letter from Willie Williams, Jr. of Willie Williams Real Estate to Septima P. Clark regarding Community Development Act of Columbia, South Carolina and Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. Enclosed Community Development Act materials and Summary of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.
Photocopy of letter from President Jimmy Carter to Septima P. Clark thanking the recipient for participating in White House Ceremonies. Enclosed color photograph of Septima P. Clark shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter. Signed by Jimmy Carter with personal message.
Scrapbook pages made of pink construction paper with a decorative vine theme, leaves made of green construction paper. Media types include photographs, newspaper clippings, typescript pages, correspondence, and invitations. All dated material generated in the 1970s.
Typescript public service announcement from the Clients Council of the Neighborhood Legal Assistance Program, Inc. providing information on services with member and president names. Signed by Septima P. Clark.
The State of South Carolina in the Supreme Court appeal from Charleston County Court of General Sessions, the Honorable Rodney A. Peeples, Presiding Judge, State of South Carolina vs. Robert Lee Smith, Brief of Appellant.
Memorandum from Charles S. Chandler, Director of the South Carolina White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals,to Study Group Leadership Members regarding suggested study group procedures. Includes "Regional Forum Suggested Group Discussion Format and Time Table," "Issue Reporting Form," "Discussion Topics," and "Regional Forum Program."
Typescript document describing formation of Clients Councils in South Carolina, NAACP involvment, and individuals including Cleveland Stevens of Neighborhood Legal Assistance Program and Steven Granberg of NLAP.
Consitution and By-Laws for the Citizens Committee of Charleston County including articles regarding Name, Onject, Area, Membership, Dues, Fiscal Year, Meeting, Executive Committees, Offices, Committees,and Amendments.
A Training Proposal for the Charleston County Department of Social Services targeting Day Care Consultants, Center Directors, Assistant Directors, Teachers of Five-year Old Children, Teachers of three and four-year-old children, Teachers of infants, toddlers and two-year-old children, and Ancillary personnel.
Photocopy of a handwritten memo from Rev. W. T. Goodwin to Penecostal Churches, United Methodist Churches, African Methodist Churches, Presbyterian Churches, Baptist Churces, and Holliness Churches regarding the Esau Jenkins Memorial Scholarship Fund Drive and Memorial.
Handwritten letter discussing various family and financial issues. Copies to made and sent to Nathaniel Frazier, Rev. John Enwright, Peter Poinsette, Michael Graves, Herbert Fielding, and Lorene Poinsette.
Handwritten letter to an editor "regarding problems in Food Stamp program," written on the back of a document entitled, "Elect Septima Clark" announcing Clark's platform running for a seat on the consolidated school board.
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.
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.
Constitution of the Trident Forum for the Handicapped including articles on Name, Purpose, Finances, Membership, Board of Directors, Nominations and Elections, Duties of Officers, Board Standing Committees, Executive Committee, Community Forums, Advisory Panel, Amendments, Parlimentary Authority, and Dissolution.
A tribute to Septima P. Clark entited, "A Tribute to Dr. Septima Poinsette Clark. A Hampton Echo In Our Soul," where the author discusses her personal and professional life and her impact on his career.
Typescript writing by Septima P. Clark recollecting the order of events on October 2, 1982, on which date Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia Andrew Young spoke to approzimately five hundred people in the lounge of the Ports Authority in Charleston, S.C.
Black and white photograph of group playing music and singing indoors. Inscription on back of image: "[…], Andrew Young, James Orange, Charleston SCLC Board member Esau Jenkins lead freedom singing at mass meeting. SCLC Photo."