A copy of legislation (H.R. 6127) introduced by Representative Emanuel Celler, known as the Civil Rights Act of 1957, to provide means of further securing and protecting the civil rights of persons within the jurisdiction of the United States.
Descriptions and photographs of the historic houses on tour in 1957. Published by Historic Charleston Foundation, 1957; printed by Walker, Evans & Cogswell. Fifty-one pages. (Note: All a/k/a references pertain to the name of the house as listed in Jonathan Poston's book The Buildings of Charleston: A Guide to the City's Architecture; USC Press, 1997.)
A copy of Public Law 85-315 known as the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The Act establishes a Commission on Civil Rights and strengthens guarantees of civil rights, including the right to vote and trial by jury.
Compilation of original deeds, titles, and other documents related to the transfer, sale, and ownership of the double tenement at 72-74 Tradd Street, known as the Fotheringham-McNeil Tenements. Documents span from 1765 to 1961, likely representing the entire history of the ownership of the double tenement throughout that time period. Also includes blueprints and photographs. (NOTE: Fotheringham has also been spelled Fotheringham.)