Correspondence from Miller C. Foster, Jr., Clerk, and M. W. Sharp, Deputy Clerk, to Honorable Samuel W. Phillips regarding the legal case between the National Board of the Y.W.C.A. of the U.S.A. and the Y.W.C.A. of Charleston, S.C., Civil Action No. 70-180. Enclosed legal case materials.
Developing an Agenda for the Information Superhighway by Anthony L. Pharr, Office of Communication, United Church of Christ, was presented to the Telecommunications Task Force, NAACP, during a meeting in Columbia, South Carolina on May 20, 1994.
Charleston Branch of the NAACP memorandum from Dwight C. James, President, to Paul Jones, Greenfield Industries, regarding the Minority Supplier Development Councils and individual minority businesses.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP memorandum from Nelson B. Rivers, III, Executive Secretary, to all units regarding a chartered bus to the National Convention and Monthly Board of Directors' meeting.
Correspondence from Nancy S. Layman, Staff Counsel of the Department of Health and Environmental Control, to Andrea Loney, Legal Services of Western Carolina, regarding the "recent Restructuring Bill." Enclosed "portions of the recent Restructuring Bill."
South Carolina Fair Share Legislative Update from June 30, 1994, providing information legislative issues on Safety and Juvenile Justice, Welfare Reform, Health Care Reform, Automobile Insurance, Reapportionment and Voter Participation, Finance Companies and Banks, Workers Compensation, Tax Reform, and Non-Profit Organizations.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP memorandum from Dr. W. F. Gibson to all units regarding a monthly Board Meeting and "The Conference on Black Political and Economic Problems in South Carolina."
Two photocopied pieces of correspondence from Butler W. Nance, President of the Columbia Branch of the NAACP. One is addressed to Mary White Ovington on February 5, 1919 regarding the "fight for Negro teachers in the City schools of Charleston" and the other is addressed to John R. Shillady, Secretary of the NAACP, on January 24, 1919 regarding Charleston Branch legislation.
Photocopied correspondence to Butler W. Nance, President of the Columbia Branch of the NAACP, regarding a "petition presented to the Governor, to the State Superintendent of Education, etc. asking that colored teachers be put into colored schools in Charleston."