South Carolina Federation of Colored Women's Clubs' Fiftieth Anniversary publication. Affiliated with National Association of Colored Women's Clubs. Publication contains photographs of club members in various locations around South Carolina, information on members and subgroups, and advertisements.
A six-page typed letter from S. Henry Edmunds to Ben Scott Whaley, with one small insert detailing the sender, recipient, and date of the letter in front of the letter. Edmunds details the history of the properties of 70 and 72 Anson Street.
A letter from the Commission on Civil Rights containing a copy of the transcript of the National Conference of Public School Officials, held by the Commission on Civil Rights in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 5 and 6, 1959. The transcript is not present in the file.
Rivers expresses his concern for the FBI's reputation as the NAACP pushes the Civil Rights Commission. He fears that the FBI, under the current Administration, will lose its respectability and the great works of J. Edgar Hoover will be tarnished.
A letter from a white Northern supporter of Rivers' opposition to the Civil Rights Bill. He states that integration doesn't work in New York like Congress says. He thinks integration has decreased the value of white lives. He believes that most whites in his district agree with southern thought and are uncomfortable socializing with blacks.
A letter from Mrs. Trouche of Charleston expressing her disappointment in Rivers' harsh attacks against the current state of the FBI. She believes he should attack the Justice Department, for the FBI only carries out their orders.
After reading Rivers' remarks on the Civil Rights Commission in the Charleston News and Courier, Hassell makes comments about the pending Mansfield case mentioned by the Civil Rights Commission. He points out the reason for the case being undecided is that the NAACP wrongfully forced the plaintiff to file a suit to attend the white school, Mansfield High.