The pamphlet, Let's Make a Record of Your NAACP Campaign, highlights ways in which one can record their personal involvement to "bring better results to the organization and direction for the Campaign."
Affirmative Employment List for Charleston and Surrounding Areas, Myrtle Beach and Surrounding Areas, Beaufort and Surrounding Areas, and the rest of the state of South Carolina, in addition to Veterans Organizations and Services, Vocational Rehabilitation List, Affirmative Employment Beaufort, Technical Colleges, 2 Year Colleges, and Business Schools.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development document, "Acquired Property Sales," with attachments including example Standard Retail Sales Contracts, Special Conditions, Offer to Purchase and Broker's Tender, Addendum to Purchase and Broker's Tender, Forfeiture of Earnest Money Deposit, Addendum to Contract of Sale of Property, and Old and Historic Charleston Districts and Old City Districts.
Part I of the Curriculum Outline for African American History, "Africa: Origin of a People," for Freedom Schools sponsored by the NAACP, submitted by Marie G. Floyd to Rev. H. H. Singleton, President of the Conway Branch of the NAACP.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP memorandum from Nelson B. Rivers, III, Executive Director, to all NAACP Branch Presidents in South Carolina regarding 1990 census data for cities in South Carolina. Enclosed census information.
Economic Development Program Department of the NAACP document entitled, "Operation Fair Share Guidelines for NAACP Branches" providing the purpose and goals, implementation, committee activities, research of target companies, negotiations, monitoring and review, direct action, and organizing community support with regard to the program.
Letter from Clifford J. Collins, Promotion Director of the "Back-To-School/Stay-In-School" Project to NAACP Unit President, regarding participation in the National "Back-To-School/Stay-In-School" Rally. Enclosed supporting materials.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP recommendations for committee appointments consideration for listed committees regarding Political Action, Education, Voter Education/Registration, Economic Development, Membership, Woman of the Year, Religious Affairs, Legal Redress, and Press and Publicity.
Order forms and mission of Freedom Road, an organization which "offers an assortment of items that recognize and demonstrate a social and political consciousness mandated by the events of history and the challenges of today."
Flyer outlining the goals of the Rediscovering Identity Heritage Culture Program, which seeks "to provide children and adults an opportunity to learn about African heritage and culture, and the historical and contemporary experiences of African-Americans in the United States."
Charleston Branch of the NAACP document outlining the Job Information Program including information on the goal, approach, advertising, and costs of the program, submitted by Don Smith, Prospective Job Sub-committee Chairman.
Draft of a letter from Frank Frazier Jr., Chairman of the Political Action Committee of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP to James Clyburn, State Commissioner of Human Affairs, regarding disapproval of Clyburn's testimony during Judge Clarence Thomas' Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
Press release regarding the theatrical production of "The Meeting," the "fictional account of a historic meeting between Civil Rights Movement Leader Martin Luther King and Black Nationalist Spokesman Malcolm X."