In this three-page typed document, Historic Charleston Foundation reports the sales of 72 Anson Street, the Benjamin Simons Neufville House, 71 Anson Street, 48 Laurens Street, and 42 Society Street. Also included is information about a tour of the following restored houses in Ansonborough: 42 Society Street; 44 Society Street, the Isaac Reeves House; 329 East Bay Street, the Gadsden House; 332 East Bay Street, the Robert Primerose House; and 55 Laurens Street, the James Jervey House.
This three-page typed informational introduction and outline provides an overview of historic buildings in Charleston, effects of industrialization on the city, and encourages readers to donate to the Historic Charleston Foundation's Revolving Fund. The outline details goals for use of Revolving Fund monies.
This half-page typed document discusses the Ansonborough Area Rehabilitation Program, the Revolving Fund, and restrictive covenants. The architecture of the Chancognie House at 48 Laurens Street and the home's current owner are also discussed.
A telegram from Jefferies requesting invitations to the dinner at Mayflower Hotel for Jas. F. Byrnes, Senator Maybank, Charlie Jackson, six S.C. congressmen, Donald Russell, Walter Brown, and D. A. Smith.
A letter from Senator Maybank to inform Jefferies that he wouldn't be able to give a very detailed endorsement of the project because he doesn't know much but gives Jefferies permission to give his endorsement as he sees fit.
A telegram from Senator Maybank notifying Jefferies that the Army Munitition Board aprroved "126,437" and "126438." Maybank advises Jefferies to move forward with construction on the Santee project in Berkley County.
A letter from Jefferies regarding a previous letter from Maybank about the interest rates for the Santee-Cooper bonds. The high interest rates could cause problems and he discusses different options for them to take.
Correspondence between Senator Maybank and the Federal Works Agency concerning the ongoing matter of securing a payment from the Public Works Authority (PWA) to R. M. Jefferies and the law office of Jefferies and McLeod for services rendered from May 19, 1934 to November 1, 1938. Senator Maybank stated that he was no longer connected with the South Carolina Public Service Authority and had no more interest in the matter.