U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare publication entitled, "Guidelines: Special Programs for Educationally Deprived Children, Section II. Design and Evaluation Projects," discussing Statutory Requirements Under Section 205(a) of Title I and other factors in project planning and evaluation.
Constitution and By-Laws for Branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People wherein articles discuss Name and Object, Membership, Officers, Committees, Election of Officers and Executive Committees, Meetings, Dues, Dees and Assessment, Quorum, Order of Business, Expulsion, Suspension or Removal of Officers and Members, Suspension and Revocation of Charters, By-Laws, Admentments, Authorized Committees, Youth and Junior Youth Councils, Woman's Auxiliary, and Indebtness Fiscal Business Year.
The Federal Credit Union Act, a circular publication of the National Credit Union Administration from June 1979, containing provisions of the Federal Credit Union Act (act of June 26, 1934), as amended to November 10, 1978, and other pertinent statutes.
Pamphlet providing samples of stage lighting gelatines. "Descriptions of their principal uses are taken from a leaflet prepared by Theodore Fuchs of the Northwestern University Theatre, and used in his classes in Stage Lighting."
Record of the trial of Denmark Vesey, principal defendant, and others, charged with an attempt to raise an insurrection in the State of South-Carolina. Pamphlet contains an outline of events, testimonies, and dates for scheduled punishment of those convicted.
South Carolina Council on Human Relations published pamphlet regarding public welfare in South Carolina intended for citizens in need of assistance, containing information on applying, investigation, decisions on applications, how to appeal, other facts, and eligibility requirements.
The C. D. Newsletter, A City of Charleston Community Development Publication, Summer Issue - 1982, discussing community development issues including rental housing, summer youth employment, and Joe McFarland.
Publication entitled, "Socio-Economic Impact Study: Resort Development and the Sea Islands," written by June M. Thomas. "The purpose of this study is to determine the social and economic effects of resort and other land development upon the residents of neighboring sea islands of Charleston County, South Carolina."
A reference guide entitled, "Credit Unions in Anti-Poverty Programs: A Reference Guide for the Utilization of Credit Unions as an Economic Opportunity Instrument in the War Against Poverty," prepared by CUNA International, Inc., formerly the Credit Union National Association.
Malcolm X Liberation University document entitled, "Background Information on the Malcolm X Liberation University," providing information on the philosophy of the University, general description of courses, faculty, students, rules and regulations, facts on operation of the University, and the historical background of the University: "The Black Student at Duke University."
Malcolm X Liberation University Bulletin for the year 1970-71, including information on the University background, objectives, Council of Elders, staff, role of MXLU graduates, the student body, admission requirements, room and board, calendar, and curriculum.
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.
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Tenth Annual Convention program including information on SCLC, writing by Martin Luther King Jr. and schedule of activities, themed, "Human Rights, the Continuing Struggle."
Student Organization for Black Unity pamphlet entitled, "Work for African Liberation," providing sections on ideology, community programs, campus programs, informational services, Pan-African affairs, and affiliations.
Pamphlet entitled, "Education-Economy: Inseparable Forces in South Carolina's Past and Future," by Dr. Charlie G. Williams, Superintendent of Education for the State of South Carolina, reprinted from the April-May 1981 Issue of "Business and Economic Review" as a public service by The R. L. Bryan Company.
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare publication entitled, "Publications of the Children's Bureau," including "all publications of the Children's Bureau that are available for general distribution," categorized by the following topics: for parents, for teenagers, planning for children and youth, general welfare of children, child welfare, juvenile delinquency, child health, and foreign language.
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration publication entitled, "Recounting the Poor'A Five-Year Review," written by Mollie Orshansky, discussing the trends in poverty from 1959 to 1964.
This illustrated pamphlet gives a brief history of the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina and provides rich physical details about the building, including photographs, floor plans and cross sections. Also included is a list of historic personalities identified with Charleston theatres and major theatrical events in city history. The front and back covers unfold into a map of peninsular Charleston showing the locales of past and current theatres (guide to map on page 14). 15 pages. Full text.
Charleston Museum exhibit publication entitled, "South Carolina Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: A Conference on the History of the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina, 1940-1970," on the occasion of the opening of an exhibit entitled, "We'll Never Turn Back," a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit.
The pamphlet contains the Public Proceedings Relating to Calvary Church. The appendix contains the reports of the sub-committees and the written replies from those interrogated. The discourse stresses the role of paternalism in the treatment and teaching of the gospel to enslaved peoples. Many of the questions included in the interrogation refers to the modes employed when 'communicating religious instruction' to enslaved peoples. Originally bound in v. 22 of the Thomas Smith Grimke pamphlet collection.
A sermon delivered by Reverend Benjamin M. Palmer in the Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, South Carolina, on September 22, 1822. The speech stresses obedience for enslaved people, often quoting the New Testament and Old Testament. References to the sermon on the mount and other teachings of Jesus. Stresses the role of paternalism in the treatment of enslaved peoples.
Minutes from a governmental committee regarding the teaching of Christianity to slaves. Consists of answers to questions asked of prominent slave owners throughout the state. There is a focus on the oral education of slaves as well as a white presence in any black congregation to ensure the slaves did not organize any retaliatory actions. Focuses on the demographics of the Christian slave population. Originally bound in v. 22 of the Thomas Smith Grimke pamphlet collection.
The pamphlet by John S. Fairly, written after slavery had been abolished, outlines the past relationship between enslaved peoples and the church. Originally published in the Charleston World, May 4, 1889.
Handbook entitled, "CAP Public Information Handbook," prepared as advance material for participants in a Public Information Seminar for Community Action Program staff members interested in better methods for promoting public understanding of community action against poverty.
Catalogue of miniature portraits, landscapes and other pieces executed by Charles Fraser and exhibited in "The Fraser Gallery" in Charleston, SC during the months of February and March, 1857. Accompanied by annotations and a summary of the life and career of the artist. Published by James and Williams Printers, 16 State Street, Charleston, S.C. Preface written by Samuel Gilman (1791-1858).