NAACP V Southeast Region Newsletter including a "Statement by Dr. Hooks on the Election of Gov. Bill Clinton to the Presidency," 1992 Youth Council Annual Elections, a poem by Alethea Bonello, a "State of the State Address," and other NAACP related information and news items.
Document written on behalf of Penn Community Services describing the organization's "dedication to the growth and development of the Black community" in addition to its geographical setting, history, programs, leadership, and flexibility.
Unknown publication featuring short articles on Full Employment, Urban Policy, Voter Participation, National Health Care, Criminal Justice Reform, Education, Equal Opportunity, Income Security - Food Stamps - Tax Reform, Foreign Policy, Minority Business Development, Rural and Small Town Development, and Energy.
Left: Home hills demonstration club at new hope crossroads visit bookmobile. Center: Newspaper article about the bi-county bookmobile, "Library Work in Colleton County." Right: Unknown patrons visit bookmobile.
This six-page typed and illustrated newsletter for the Preservation Society of Charleston discusses Historic Charleston Foundation plans to launch fundraising efforts for its Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project Revolving Fund. Reports donations, issues with upcoming rehabilitation efforts, issues with parking in the Ansonborough area, and community opinions on the project.
This newsletter features reports regarding preservation of properties along the Cooper River waterfront, a report regarding the use of the Revolving Fund, a message from the Preservation Society of Charleston, a membership form, and a meeting notice. Photographs are included.
Highlander Research and Education Center's publication entitled, "Highlander Reports" featuring and article entitled, "Highlander and Education for SNCC and COFO" as well as general reports of activities over the .
This newsletter from the Preservation Society of Charleston provides an update on the Plantation House at the Navy Yard; the Lining House; the Primrose House; the Gadsden House; 42 Society Street; 48 Laurens Street; 179 Rutledge Avenue; 6 Chalmers Street, the Old Slave Mart; 72 Tradd Street; and 1 Pitt Street.
Western Union telegram announcing the estimated arrival of Colleton County's new bookmobile. Telegram reads: "Mrs. Lila W. Morley, Colleton County Memorial Library [stop] 600 Hampton St. Walterboro SoCar [stop] Bookmobile on road should arrive Dec. 3 [stop] Thos Moroney Co [stop]"
An article from "The Reporter: The Magazine of Facts and Ideas," Volume 30, Number 11, entitled "It Will Be a Hot Summer in Mississippi," written by Richard Woodley, reprinted by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
The United States Commission on Civil Rights' published document entitled, "Equal Opportunity in Farm Programs," excerpts from An Appraisal of Services Rendered by Agencies of the United States Department of Agriculture.
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare publication entitled, "The Education of Disadvantaged Children: A Bibliography," containing resources on a wide variety of issues regarding disadvantaged children.
Press and Standard newspaper article about the retirement of Mrs. Mamie Dell Smith, Colleton County Memorial Library bookmobile director. Article photograph depicts Smith stepping down from the Colleton County bookmobile.
Periodical entitled, "Afrika Must Unite," Vol. 1, No. 4 from March/April 1972 including articles on Garveyism, Pan-Afrikans, musical traditions in Ghana, and other issues in Africa and the United States.
Penn Community Services publication discussing the organization's programsm spaces, and goals, including the Community Development Program, Conference Center, Cultural Program, Economic Development, Housing Program, and Land Service.