Student Organization for Black Unity pamphlet entitled, "Information Brochure," providing information on the organization's developmental background, operation and program, structure, resource persons, staff, and affiliations.
Correspondence from William C. Pelster, on behalf of Donovan Leisure Newton and Irvine, to Honorable Solomon Blatt, Jr. of the United States District Court regarding a legal motion involving the Y.W.C.A. of Greater Charleston. Enclosed Civil Action No. 70-180, No. 70-1062 and related court documents.
United States District Court, District of South Carolina document regarding the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A. (Plaintiff) against the Young Women's Christian Association of Charleston, South Carolina (Defendant), a Civil Action complaint.
Fifth Ecumenical Workshop on Social Change and Development in Latin America developed by IDEAS, including a participant evaluation, program prospectus, analytical outline of program components, and appendices on participants, the Highlander School, and the Danish Folk Schools.
South Carolina Council on Human Relations pamphlet containing its purpose and advocacy for "Public Education," "Black Economic Development," and "Fair Housing," as well as a list of committee, council, and staff members.
VISTA Program Review Board including information on project goals, map of area, Charleston County Area Description, Williamsburg County Area Description, Dorchester County Area Description, Sumter County Area Description, summary of job descriptions, and job descriptions.
Correspondence from Vicki Ann Thomas, Feature Editor Public Relations Department for the Credit Union National Association, Inc., to Esau Jenkins regarding the recipient's article in the National Geographic.
Press release containing an open letter from Paul W. Matthias, South Carolina Council on Human Relations Executive Director, to John C. West, Governor of South Carolina, regarding the state of South Carolina as recipient of a financial contribution from the United States Department of Labor monetary contribution under the Emergency Employment Act to employ mothers.
Correspondence from Robert B. Scarborough, Chairman of the Joint Legislative Delegation for the County of Charleston to Esau Jenkins, informing the recipient of his being reappointed to serve as a member of St. Johns School District #9.
Color photograph of Septima P. Clark standing by a fence. Inscribed on back: "Septima Clark. Author of "Echo in My Soul" friend who showed me John's Island, S.C. Dec 7, 1971. Standing in fringe of home where land where she boarded is–now abandoned but owned–"
Correspondence from Robert L. Williamson, Executive Director for the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, to Bernice Robinson, informing the recipient that, due to budget cutbacks, her position will no longer be funded.
South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers memorandum from Bernice Robinson, VISTA Supervisor, to Robert Williamson, Associate Director, containing an activity report from February 22 through 28, 1971.
Correspondence from Ralph Matthews, Project Director for the Day Care and Child Development Council of America, to "Brothers and Sisters" requesting that the recipients voice their problems with hopes of improving their effectiveness and the lives of children across the United States.
Correspondence from from R. Archie Elli, State Director for the South Carolina State Department of Public Welfare, to James E. Clyburn, Executive Director for the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, regarding day care facilities. Enclosed copy of letter that "further explains our present position with regard to Federal Title IV funds."
Correspondence from Charles R. Jackson and B. I. Cheney, Jr., VISTA Program Officer and Chief of VISTA Operations respectively, to John Cole, Acting Executive Director of the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers regarding a Project Proposal.
Correspondence from Anthony J. Morley to Project Directors – Episcopal Experimentation and Development, Project-related Diocesan and Ecumenical Staff, and Selected Friends of the Experimentation and Development Program of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.
Correspondence from Ellis M. Gillum, Chairman for the Yonges Island Day Care Center Board, to Right Reverend Gray Temple, Bishop of the Diocese of South Carolina, regarding Yonges Island Day Care Report.
Invitation to the Blacks United For Action, Inc.'s first annual Community Development and Voter Education Workshop held at the Penn Community Center, April 16-18, 1971. Includes a description of the organization with goals and its economic, educational, and political programs.
Memorandum from Bernice V. Robinson, VISTA Supervisor, to John Hurt, South Carolina Program Officer, regarding the abuse of vacation time. Attached is a memorandum from Robinson to a volunteer who has abused their vacation leave.
Correspondence from John S. Hurt and B. I. Cheney, Jr., Action/VISTA Program Officer for South Carolina and Acting Regional Director respectively, to Bernice Robinson regarding early 1972 project review board.
Correspondence from Robert Williamson, Acting Director of the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, to John Hurt, South Carolina Program Officer for Action/Vista, regarding a Vista Supervisor contract.