Correspondence from Jack I. Bardon, Interim Dean for the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, to "Degree Candidates" regarding a special graduation ceremony for School of Education graduates. Enclosed are graduation information and diploma ceremony reservation form.
Correspondence from Cleveland Sellers to Sarah Kirk, Sociology and Social Work Department at Gibbs Hall, University of North Carolina A&T State University, regarding the need to complete Social Work or Sociology courses in order to completing dissertation requirements.
City of Greensboro memorandum from James M. Howerton, Community Representative, to members of the Coordinating Committee for Community Services regarding plans of action for agenda item for the coordinating community services meeting meeting scheduled for May 1, 1981 with enclosed agenda.
City of Greensboro memorandum from T. Z. Osborne, City Manager, to Greensboro City Council and the Human Relations Commission regarding recommendations on human relations commission report of October 6, 1980.
Correspondence from Anne Braden of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice to Cleveland Sellers regarding the 51st anniversary of the founding of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) with enclosed letter of invitation and one-sheet summary of event.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro form entitled, "Approval to Take Courses for Transfer to UNC-G" for Cleveland Sellers to take courses at North Carolina A&T State University for the Fall 1981 semester.
Correspondence from Stephen Rice, Editorial Department for the University of California Press, to Cleveland Sellers regarding Bud Schultz and Ruth Schultz's book, "It Did Happen Here." Enclosed is an University of California Press press release/order form for "It Did Happen Here."
Correspondence from Cleveland Sellers to Roland E. Buck, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs of North Carolina A&T State University, serving as a letter of application for the position of Director of Memorial Student Union.