South Carolina Council on Human Relations published pamphlet regarding public welfare in South Carolina intended for citizens in need of assistance, containing information on applying, investigation, decisions on applications, how to appeal, other facts, and eligibility requirements.
National Black United Front position paper entitled, "Pan-African Committee of the Black United Front," discussing the history and context for the National Black United Front, information on the disbanding of similar types of organizations, local models, and other related information.
Malcolm X Liberation University document entitled, "Background Information on the Malcolm X Liberation University," providing information on the philosophy of the University, general description of courses, faculty, students, rules and regulations, facts on operation of the University, and the historical background of the University: "The Black Student at Duke University."
John L. Dart Branch Library, 1067 King Street. Exterior view. Caption on back: "John L. Dart branch, 1067 King St. dedicated Dec. 12, 1968. Replaces Dart Hall library. Aug. 1969. Exterior John Dart Branch."
Political Science educational materials entitled, "The Realm of Contemporary Reason and Three Experiments in Modern Form," providing sections entitled, "An Explanatory Note About Experiments in Thought and Modern Form," "Classical and Mutating Structures of Reasoning," "Realm and Modern Thought," and "Asian Leaders."
Typescript copy of J. Herman Blake's report to the Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation entitled, "Citizen Participation. Democracy and Social Change," regarding community development in Johns Island, South Carolina and the Woodlawn Area on the south side of Chicago.
Photocopied Malcolm X Liberation University document outlining the political committee and cell structure, idealogical development, notes on the evaluation of students enrolled in technical areas, internal organization and organizing, and some adjustment problems of the University.
Document entitled, "Proposal for Malcolm X Liberation University" detailing the purpose of the University, claiming that "it has become evident that the existing systems of education do not respond to the needs of the Black Community."
Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences report entitled, "A Progress Report Standing Committee to Develop the Afro-American Studies Department," containing information on concerns, scope, staffing, course offerings, related offerings by other departments, research, library resources, cooperations with other institutions, and supporting documentation.
Materials documenting the negotiation between Harvard University and the Organization for Black Unity regarding the former joining with the latter "in affirmative action to increase the employment of black and other minority workers at Harvard and on construction projects."
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins to Governor Robert E. McNair, Mayor J. Palmer Gaillard, Magistrate Donald Barkowitz, Chief of Police John R. Conroy, Sheriff William Kelly, Chief Jailer Paul Hogan, regarding an incident regarding SCLC workers being arrested for "inciting to riot."
Correspondence from Gordon H. Garrett, Superintendent of the Charleston County School District, to Esau Jenkins congratulating the recipient for his appointment as a member of the Board of Trustees of Constituent School District Number 9.
Correspondence from Mary L. Free, Chairman of the Education Committee for United Community Services, Inc., to Esau Jenkins regarding the Southern Regional Institute of the National Association of Social Workers.
United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, Charleston Division, court document regarding Millicent F. Brown, et al., (Plaintiff) versus School District No. 20, Charleston County, et al., (Defendants).
Correspondence from Septima P. Clark and Bernice V. Robinson, Field Supervisors for the Citizenship Education Program, to "Freedom Fighters" regarding ways to help the SCLC and announcing conference details.
Memorandum from the Director of Penn Community Services to its Board of Trustees advising them on the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees in addition to personnel changes that had taken place in prior months.
This two-page typed document provides a progress report on properties in the Ansonborough neighborhood owned by Historic Charleston Foundation and an estimate of the financial investment made in the area.
In this one-page typed bulletin, Green discusses the ownership and occupancy histories of 42 Anson Street; 44 Anson Street; 46 Anson Street; 48 Anson Street; and 50 Anson Street. Also focuses on Martin Dowd's properties in Charleston, including 53 Tradd Street.
Letter from Edmunds to Wragg encouraging Wragg and other Ansonborough residents to contact Father Friend, the Mayor, and the City Engineer's office about the ruins of the Catholic Church on Wentworth Street.
Report detailing union activities planning for meeting with Dr. William McCord, Director of the Medical College of South Carolina. Report also describes meeting with local religious leaders and state politicians.