Correspondence from Congressman Mendel J. Davis to William Saunders, Executive Director for COBRA, regarding information from the Department of Agriculture about a COBRA Comprehensive Planning Survey application.
Correspondence from William K. Langford, Director of Public Safety for the College of Charleston, to Leroy Ward, Public Safety Division of the College of Charleston, regarding a complaint received by the Public Safety Division. Enclosed Charge of Discrimination.
Correspondence from Charles W. Fruit, Executive Director for Trident United Way, to Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding COBRA's interest in establishing technical assistance service to neighborhood organizations.
Correspondence from W. F. Davenport, President of the North Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to Marion Brabham, Owner of the Meeting Street Piggly Wiggly, regarding the boycott of the Meeting Street Piggly Wiggly.
Correspondence from Doris A. Timmerman, Assistant Director for Publications for the College of Agricultural Sciences Cooperative Extension Service, to Alfreda Gourdine, Health Educator for COBRA, regarding a request for pamphlets regarding nutrition and diet.
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown to Archie C. Ellis, Director of the South Carolina Department of Social Services, regarding "racially discriminatory practices at the Gingerbread House, a Child Care and Educational Center."
Correspondence from Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor of Charleston, to Office of Neighborhood Development for the U.S. Housing and Urban Development regarding COBRA's proposal for technical assistance services to the Mazych-Wraggsborough neighborhood and the Hampton Place Senior Citizen housing project.
Correspondence from R. E. Pittman, Chief of Community Programs for the United States Department of Agriculture, to William Saunders, Executive Director for COBRA, regarding a preapplication for the Comprehensive Planning Survey.
Correspondence from John F. Conroy, Chief of Police for the City of Charleston Police Department, to Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor of Charleston, regarding a preliminary report of violence at the Sertoma Classic of Friday, August 26, 1977.