Correspondence from N. Steven Steinert, Charleston County Administrator, to Francis Phipps, Director of the Office of State and Local Government, regarding a solicitation for the recipient's assistand "with a serious community problem in Charleston County" dealing with poverty stricken neighborhoods.
Letter from Charlene Haykel to Septima P. Clark regarding the recipient's agreement to become a member of a panel at the Conference on Administrative Obstacles to the League of Women Voters Education Fund.
In this two-page, handwritten letter, Warren Hubert Moise writes to his nephew Edwin Warren Moise (b. 1889), thanking him for the cards he sent from his trip to New Orleans. W. H. Moise describes the location of the old family home in Jefferson City, discusses inscriptions on the Moise tomb, and notes that his uncle Theodore Sidney Moise (b. 1808) was not buried in New Orleans; rather, "[h]is remains were taken to Charleston S.C." Moise concludes the letter by speculating on the location of "Uncle’s portrait" by Paul Edouard Poincy, whose name he misspells "Poincie."
Correspondence from Frank D. Reeves, Special Assistant to the President of the United States, to J. Arthur Brown thanking the recipient for congratulating him in connection with his recent appointment.
Typescript letter from Margaret Price from the Office of Women's Activities of the Democratic National Committee regarding the "Lady Bird Special" whistle-stop tour of the south, including an attached schedule of stations stops.
"Binding Ties" Vol. 1 No. 1, January 1973 publication by the Black Women's Community Development Foundation discussing the Juvenile Justice Project, Black Women in the News, Community Development, and organizational information. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
Handwritten correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Strom Thurmond, South Carolina State Senator, thanking Thurmond for his acknowledgement of Clark being named as The H. Council Trenholm Memorial Award winner.
Correspondence from Ernest F. Hollings, South Carolina State Senator, to Septima Clark regarding Clark's name being submitted "to the Inaugural Committee to receive the Official Souvenir Invitation for the 1977 inauguration of President-elect Jimmy Carter."
Correspondence from Alfreda Gourdine, Health Educator for COBRA, to United States Government, Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, requesting a copy of the Directory Goals for the United States.
Correspondence from Congressman Mendel J. Davis to William Saunders, Executive Director for COBRA, regarding information from the Department of Agriculture about a COBRA Comprehensive Planning Survey application.
Correspondence from Linda Daugherty, Program Officer for Area Development Assistance for the United States Department of Agriculture, to William Saunders, Executive Director for COBRA, regarding the Office of General Counsel review of legal documents in connection with an Area Development Assistance Planning Grant.
Correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Strom Thurmond, South Carolina State Senator, thanking Thurmond for his contributions and calling on him for assistance with the Cooper River Waterfront Redevelopment.
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown to Samuel R. Pierce, Secretary for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, regarding a conversation between the two correspondents through Brown's membership of the Board of Trustees at Voorhees College.
Correspondence from Ernest F. Hollings, South Carolina State Senator, to Dwight C. James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, regarding the Senate confirmation of Clarence Thomas to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Working copy of Mark Rosenman's Civil Rights Multi-Media History Project draft including a summary, introduction, statement of problem, proposed development program, operation and methodology, supplemental functions, and final statement.