Correspondence from Herbert Hill, Labor Secretary for the NAACP, to Alice N. Spearman, Executive Director for the South Carolina Council on Human Relations, regarding a series of complaints with the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity.
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown to Barbara Jones, "Director, Action, at the Strom Thurmond Federal Building," regarding the decision to resign as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Board of the Petersfield Human Service Corporation.
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown to William B. Whitney, Director of the Division of Employment and Training, Office of the Governor, regarding the decision to resign as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Board of the Petersfield Human Service Corporation.
Correspondence from Stephen Hoffius, Director of Publications for the South Carolina Historical Society, to Cleveland Sellers regarding Grace Jordan McFadden interviews with Civil Rights movement participants.
Correspondence from Brother Redfern II, Director of Operations for the Blacks United for Action, to Charles Derrick, Program Director for WOIC Radio Station, regarding the recipient's "calculated attempts to wreck our efforts to uplift the Black Community."
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown announcing "two hundred youth and adults including NAACP field secretary I. D. Newman arrested today while demonstrating in front of State Capitol, Columbia, South Carolina."
Correspondence from Gloster B. Current, Director of Branches for the NAACP, to Rev. I. DeQuincey Newman of the South Carolina State Conference regarding a "proposed audit of the books of the South Carolina State Conference."
Correspondence from Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President of the United States, to J. Arthur Brown inviting the recipient "to attend a conference sponsored by the Committee [on Equal Employment] in conjunction with the Cabinet agencies in Washington, D.C.
Correspondence from John R. Harper II to Cleveland Sellers regarding "the situation with Brother Charles Grant," an individual placed in the Maximum Detention Retraining Center at the Central Correctional Institution in Columbia, South Carolina.
Correspondence from J. P. Strom, Chief of South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, to J. Curtis Moore, Director of the South Carolina Probation, Parole and Pardon Board, regarding J. Arthur Brown and Samuel Gilchrist.
Correspondence from Howard L. Chappell, Executive Secretary of the Board of Commissioners on Judicial Standards, to Rev. Z. L. Grady of Charleston Area Community Relations Committee regarding Shirley Mae Johnson.