The General Practice Section Update is "a publication of the general practice section of the South Carolina Bar," which was "mailed to all South Carolina Bar Members." This particular document was mailed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
Correspondence from B. L. Hilton, Manager of Materials and Services Department for Upstream and Affiliate Purchasing for Exxon Company, USA, to Dwight James, Charleston Branch of the NAACP, regarding minority business programs. Enclosed document, "1991 Submission to the National Minority Supplier Development Council for the Corporation of the Year Award."
NAACP memorandum from Roland McFarland, Image Awards Chairperson, to Branch Presidents regarding voting criteria for the Twenty-Third Annual NAACP Image Awards. Enclosed Twenty-Third Annual NAACP Image Awards Official Ballot.
Charleston Branch of the NAACP memorandum from Dwight C. James and Rodney Williams to Brenda Murphy regarding a quarterly meeting with the Charleston Veterans Administration Medical Center. Enclosed summary of what was discussed during the meeting.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP memorandum from Nelson B. Rivers, III, Executive Secretary, to all units regarding a chartered bus to the National Convention and Monthly Board of Directors' meeting.
Correspondence from Dwight C. James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to James Kelly, Communications Director for Albright and Wilson Americas, regarding the formation of a NAACP informal review panel in response to a recent explosion which occurred at the Albright and Wilson Americas' Charleston plant. Enclosed document regarding concerns and recommendations by the Committee for Community Health and Safety.
NAACP Economic Development Program Activity Report from January 1 though March 31, 1994, regarding negotiations of "Fair Share Agreements, monitoring existing agreements, working with NAACP branches to implement economic development/Fair Share, and continuing workshops, seminars, and special events."
Correspondence from Margaret W. Rampersad of the Department of Veterans Affairs to Dwight James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, regarding the Equal Opportunity Committee at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ralph H. Johnson Medical Center.