The Association of American Colleges' subscriber package including letter from Director Bernice Sandler and publication entitled, "On Campus With Women," Number 14 containing Title IX bulletin, affirmative action and employment, coeducating and admissions, education of women, and minority women.
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, "A Case Study of School Desegregation: Williamsburg School District, South Carolina."
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist, Southern Regional Office to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to South Carolina Advisory Committee regarding upcoming meeting on August 25, 1976 with enclosed draft proposal for study of racial discrimination.
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."
Letter from J. Stanley Alexander, Research Director for the Voter Education Project to Septima P. Clark regarding the development of a Citzenship Education Workshop. Enclosed is a photocopy of release statement to Congress from the Office of the White House Press Secretary regarding President Carter's recommendations dealing with election reform and other supporting documentation.
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.
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 Ben A. Hagood, President of the Historic Charleston Foundation, to Septima P. Clark regarding a luncheon featuring speaker, Graham Ashworth, on the topic of Preservation and the Business Community.
Correspondence from Alton C. Crews, Superintendent of Schools for the Charleston County Public Schools, to Septima P. Clark congratulating Clark for her appointment to serve as a trustee on the Charleston County School Board.
Photocopy of letter from a variety University of South Carolina employees to University of South Carolina Provost Dr. Keith E. Davis endorsing Septima P. Clark's nomination for an honorary degree at University of South Carolina.
Photocopy of letter from President of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Charleston, South Carolina Howard F. Burky to University of South Carolina Provost Dr. Keith E. Davis endorsing Septima P. Clark's nomination for an honorary degree at University of South Carolina.
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.
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.
Typescript letter from Margaret Price from the Office of Women's Activities of the Democratic National Committee regarding the "Lady Bird Special" whistle-stop tour of the south, including an attached schedule of stations stops.
Letter from Ellsworth Morgan, Chairperson for National Clients Council to National Clients Council Member regarding President Jimmy Carter appointing three eligible clients to the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors.
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."
Southern Organizing Committee for Exonomic and Social Justice publication entitled, "Southern Fight-Back" Vol. 3, No. 2, wherein various news items regarding economic and social justice issues in the south are discussed.
Southern Organizing Committee for Exonomic and Social Justice publication entitled, "Southern Fight-Back" Vol. 2, No. 2, wherein various news items regarding economic and social justice issues in the south are discussed.
Draft of New Dimensions in Community Service, Inc. study entitled, "Nationwide Development Disabilities Study. A Study to Assess the Quality and Quanitity of Minority Participation in the Developmental Disabilities Movement."
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.
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.
Pamphlet entitled, "The Equal Rights Amendment and South Carolina Laws" presented by University of South Carolina Division of Education Services and School of Law including schedule of events, information on speakers and cooperating organizations. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
Photocopy of memorandum from Lawrence B. Glick, Acting General Councel, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to I. T. Creswell, Assistant Staff Director, OFO, U.S. Commission on Civil rights regarding legal foundations of State Advisory Committee operations.
Letter from Isadore E. Lourie, South Carolina Senator, encouraging Septima P. Clark that the Democratic Administration, including President-elect Carter and Mrs. Carter, is attuned to the needs of older citizens.
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 Nedra H. Williams of the African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) Conference Planning Committee to Septima P. Clark regarding "final plans for the opening activity of the AHSA Conference." Enclosed AHSA materials.
Correspondence from Honorable Justine Wise Polier, Juvenile Justice Division for the Children's Defense Fund, to Septima P. Clark congratulating Clark on her election to the Charleston County Consolidated School Board.