Correspondence from Ada C. Baytop, Chairman and Secretary for the Coming Street Y.W.C.A., to "Mrs. Saunders" regarding Beatrice Simmons, Marguerite Simmons, and Rosina Middleton visiting New York City.
National Board of the Y.W.C.A. memorandum from Brooks Creedy, National Industrial Staff, and Helen Sheley, National Business and Professional Staff, regarding an enclosed letter "from Elsa Graves to Industrial and Professional groups which tells of the latest developments in the World Federation of Democratic Youth."
National Council of the Business and Professional Women's Assembly memorandum from Mary K. Freibott, President of the National Business and Professional Council, to All Business and Professional Girls.
Correspondence from Anna D. Kelly, Branch Director for Coming Street Y.W.C.A., to Ethlyn Christensen, Director for the Bureau of Research and Program Resources for the Y.W.C.A., regarding material on Household Employment matters.
Correspondence from Mrs. Joseph Brockington, Bookkeeper and Secretary for the Coming Street Y.W.C.A., to the Savings and Security Plan and the Retirement Fund for the National Board of the Y.W.C.A. regarding financial matters.
Correspondence from Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary for the NAACP, to Branches, Youth Councils, and College Chapters of the NAACP regarding the annual meeting of the NAACP to be held on January 4, 1965.
Memorandum from H. Barksdale Brown, President to Board Presidents and Executives of Member and Provisional FSAA Agencies, and National Board Members regarding election of delegates to the National Board.
NAACP memorandum from Delbert L. Woods, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to William H. Penn, Sr., Director Branch and Field Services for the National Office of the NAACP, regarding an issue Rev. Dr. Jack DeLong Dash, a member of the branch Executive Committee and chairman of the Education Committee of the Charleston Branch.
Correspondence from Gloster B. Current, Director of Branches for the NAACP, to Albert Williams, Batesburg Branch of the NAACP, informing the recipient of the status of the charter for the Batesburg Branch of the NAACP.
Correspondence from Maxwell Hahn, Executive Vice President of The Field Foundation, to Dr. Wesley A. Hotchkiss regarding a Field Foundation check payable to the order of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries.
Correspondence from Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary for the NAACP, to J. Arthur Brown inviting the recipient to attend a meeting of State Conference President and officers with the staff of the NAACP.
Correspondence from William C. Pelster, on behalf of Donovan Leisure Newton and Irvine, to Honorable Solomon Blatt, Jr. of the United States District Court regarding a legal motion involving the Y.W.C.A. of Greater Charleston. Enclosed Civil Action No. 70-180, No. 70-1062 and related court documents.
Correspondence from Anna D. Kelly, Branch Director for Coming Street Y.W.C.A., to Dorothy I. Height, Bureau of Personnel and Training for the National Board of the Y.W.C.A., regarding Committee on Administration matters.
Correspondence from Mabel T. Everett, Office Executive and Business Manager for the Conventions and Conferences Division for the National Board of the Y.W.C.A., to Ada C. Baytop regarding the a financial dispute.
Correspondence from Naomi S. Hanks, Department of Data and Trends for the National Board of the Y.W.C.A., to the General Secretary regarding the Y.W.C.A. annual report. Enclosed annual report for 1942.
National Board of the Y.W.C.A. memorandum correspondence from Brooks Creedy, National Industrial Staff, and Helen Sheley, National Business and Professional Staff, regarding an enclosed letter "from Elsa Graves to Industrial and Professional groups which tells of the latest developments in the World Federation of Democratic Youth." Enclosed Southern Area Business and Professional Summer Conference program, Summary and Discussion of Interpreting the Y.W.C.A. Purpose to Y-Teens.
National Board of the Y.W.C.A. memorandum from Mrs. Alfred E. Mudge, Chairman of the Subcommittee for Teen-Age Program, and Leta H. Galpin, National Teen-Age Program Staff, to Chairman of Committee for Teen-Age Program and Teen-Age Director.
Constitution and By-Laws for Branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People wherein articles discuss Name and Object, Membership, Officers, Committees, Election of Officers and Executive Committees, Meetings, Dues, Dees and Assessment, Quorum, Order of Business, Expulsion, Suspension or Removal of Officers and Members, Suspension and Revocation of Charters, By-Laws, Admentments, Authorized Committees, Youth and Junior Youth Councils, Woman's Auxiliary, and Indebtness Fiscal Business Year.
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown announcing "two hundred youth and adults including NAACP field secretary I. D. Newman arrested today while demonstrating in front of State Capitol, Columbia, South Carolina."
Correspondence from Gloster B. Current, Director of Branches for the NAACP, to Rev. I. DeQuincey Newman of the South Carolina State Conference regarding a "proposed audit of the books of the South Carolina State Conference."