Letter dated Nov. 16, 1942, from Robert N.S. Whitelaw to T.J. Kenney, Chairman of the War Housing Committee in Charleston, proposing that a "Garage Bungalow," a.k.a. "Victory Bungalow," be used as a new type of family dwelling for war housing.
Letter from Albert Simons to members of the Home Service Committee Charleston Chapter [American Red Cross], dated Mar. 20, 1943, regarding the present hospital situation in Charleston. Encloses draft of letter to U.S. Representative Mendel Rivers.
Letter dated Nov. 10, 1942, from Frederick H. McDonald to Leicester B. Holland, F.A.I.A. (Library of Congress) regarding the National Housing Administration program to house war workers in Charleston, requesting that Albert Simons be charged with the architectural phases of the program.