WPAL continuity sheet for September 8, 1977 containing information on Mayor Joseph P. Riley and "the incidents that took place at the Sertoma Football Classic." Enclosed Preliminary Report and typescript speech on the Violence at the Sertoma Classic of Friday, August 26, 1977.
Hampton Institute publication entitled, "The Hampton Bulletin" Winter 1977, wherein various news items regarding Hampton Institute and National Hampton Alumni Association issues are discussed. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare memorandum from Tony Imler to Regional Contacts on Welfare Reform regarding an Issues Paper expected to be published in the Federal Register. Enclosed Statement of Issues for Public Hearing.
A typescript copy of a speech by Septima P. Clark at a Credit Union, raising awareness about the poor state of community and encouraging the audience to make an effort to change this state. Additional topics include the Citizens Committee, Esau Jenkins, and NAACP.
Letter from J. Stanley Alexander, Research Director for the Voter Education Project to Septima P. Clark regarding the development of a Citzenship Education Workshop. Enclosed is a photocopy of release statement to Congress from the Office of the White House Press Secretary regarding President Carter's recommendations dealing with election reform and other supporting documentation.
YWCA of Greater Charleston's Spring 1977 newsletter addressed to Septima P. Clark, discussing General Information, Spring Events, Adult Classes, Youth Classes, Leisure Time Activities, and Summer Camp.
A document entitled, "A Proposal For Comprehensive Land Use And Education," submitted by John Buffington, Executive Director of Penn Community Services, submitted to Office of the Governer of South Carolina, Manpoower Division.
Photograph of the construction of the Albert Simons Center for the Arts, 50 St. Philip St. Built in 1977, the center was named for Charleston architect and fine arts instructor Albert Simons, whose firm designed the building.