The Association of American Colleges' subscriber package including letter from Director Bernice Sandler, article entitled, "Trends in Female Degree Recipients," 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.
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.
The Black Women's Community Development Foundation's publication for "A Symposium on Black Women" held on January 7-8, 1972. Contents include a Letter to Symposium Participants, Chicago: A Backward Glimpse, Chicago: A Forward Glance'The Need for Communication, A Black Women's Community Development Foundation Communications Network, and a Roster of Symposium Participants.
Typescript copy of essay entitled, "Syrup and Hyssop. On T. Thomas Fortune" by J. Herman Blake about Timothy Thomas Fortune, a man born a slave in Florida in 1856 who wrote famed "Black and White" which was published in 1884.
South Carolina Department of Mental Retardation's publication entitled, "SCDMR Forum," Volume Six, Number Twelve, wherein various news items regarding "mental retardation" in South Carolina and beyond are discussed.
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.
Report of Audit for Family Service of Charleston County including an opinion letter from Trident United Way, statement of support, revenue, and expenses and changes in fund balances, statement of functional expenses, balance sheet, and notes to financial statements.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County's Lowcountry League Log news bulletin featuring information on voters services, members' dues, petitions, programs, budget statistics, the Russell Dam, action, and the County Planning Board. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
Resume for Lawrence Stanberry including personal data, employment information, availability dates, education, graduate course work, awards and honors, organizational affiliations, research experience, and references.
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist, Southern Regional Office to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to South Carolina Advisory Committee regarding Civil Rights and the Housing Community Development Act of 1974 (not enclosed).
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.
Trident Forum For The Handicapped organized by Colonel Spence Campbell, Chairman regarding topics such as Special Education Programs, Transportation, Due Process, Blind to Get Licences, Bus Line Aids Handicapped, Nobel Prizes Awarded, and Announcements.
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.
Letter from Bernard A. Veney, Executive Director of National Clients Council to Septima P. Clark' informing her that she will be one of the delegates to attend National Clients Council Regional Meeting for Region VI.
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."
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 Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist, Southern Regional Office to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to members of South Carolina State Advisory Committee about their appointment. Enclosed personal letter to Septima P. Clark and list of the full Committee.