Typescript copy of J. Herman Blake's report to the Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation entitled, "Citizen Participation. Democracy and Social Change," regarding community development in Johns Island, South Carolina and the Woodlawn Area on the south side of Chicago.
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."
Photocopy of instructions manual regarding the Organization of the United States Commission on Civil Rights wherein the purpose, organizational designations, commissioners, office of the staff director, office of federal Civil Rights evaluation, office of general council, office of management, office of national civil rights issues, office of program and policy review, office of research, regional offices, office of age discrimination program, office organization, and organization chart are discussed.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County, Volume XXV Bulletin No. 1 including a calendar of events, president's letter, background on the Charleston County Assessment Program, and various reports and program updates.
Agenda to the League of Women Voters Education Fund's Conference on Expanding the Electorate Administrative Obstacles to Voting held on August 1-2, 1972 with Septima P. Clark's notes on the back of each page.
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.
Penn Community Services newsletter discussing the accomplishments that took place between June 1, 1973 and June 30, 1974, broken down by program. Includes information on the Cultural Program, Business Development Program, Black Land Services, Inc., and Child Development.
Family Service Association of America document entitled, "Statement on Welfare Reform" submitted to Welform Reform Subcommittee of Committee on Agriculture, Committee on Education and Labor, Committee on Ways and Means, and U.S. House of Representatives.
Correspondence from Virginia Kinnaird, National Education Association of the United States Headquarters Contact, to Septima P. Clark regarding an information request regarding "the dismissal of teachers in Charleston, South Carolina."
Handwritten correspondence from Alvin Anderson to Septima P. Clark regarding the development of "a style and format for the systematic compilation of data for an appropriate biography of Septima Poinsette Clark."
The National Education Association's "10th Annual NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards Dinner" pamphlet including the dinner menu, program, and award winners, one of whom is Septima P. Clark for the H. Councill Trenholm Award "for leadership in the advancement of intergroup understanding within the education profession."
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.
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.
Program to the College of Charleston's "208th Founders Day Exercises and Parents Day" wherein the biographies of the honorary degree recipients' biographies are presented, one of whom is Septima P. Clark.
Correspondence from Thomas L. Johnson, Assistant Librarian for the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina, to Septima P. Clark regarding a potential interview and future of her personal papers.
Correspondence from Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor of the City of Charleston, to Septima P. Clark regarding Clark's election "by City Council to the position of honorary member of the City of Charleston's Commission for Women."
Letter from Eddie N. Williams of Joint Center for Political Studies informing "Black Elected Official" that a personal copy of 1975 edition of the National Roster of Black Elected Officials and that the recipient's leadership movements are commendable amongst the Joint Center's census of black officials.
Letter from Jacquelyne J. Jackson, Associate Proffessory of Medical Sociology at Duke University to Septima P. Clark thanking the recipient for her contributions at the NCBA Conference on "Aging Black Women and Federal Policies: 1960-2000."
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 upcoming meeting on April 7, 1975.
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.
Correspondence from Saundra W. Clement and Tommett Carr, President and Tenn President of Jack and Jill of America, to Septima P. Clark regarding the Teens of the Charleston Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Workshop for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
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.
Letter from J. Herman Blake, Acting Provost for the University of California, Santa Cruz, to Stanley D. Stevens requesting that the recipient's family take Septima P. Clark's grandson into their home for the upcoming academic year.
Letter from Bernard A. Veney, Executive Director of National Clients Council to Septima P. Clark thanking her for her interest in being one of the persons nominated by the National Clients Council for a place on the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors.