Photocopy of handwritten correspondence from Bernice Robinson to Elaine Nichols, Guest Curator for South Carolina State Museum, to Bernice Robinson regarding details about Robinson's lecture as part of the Education Department's lunchtime seminars on African-American culture. Enclosed handwritten discussion of lecture topic entitled, "Political Education/Working With Blacks in Rural South Carolina/Political Education."
League of Women Voters of Charleston County, Volume XXV Bulletin No. 1 including a calendar of events, president's letter, background on the Charleston County Assessment Program, and various reports and program updates.
Agenda to the League of Women Voters Education Fund's Conference on Expanding the Electorate Administrative Obstacles to Voting held on August 1-2, 1972 with Septima P. Clark's notes on the back of each page.
Letter from Isadore E. Lourie, South Carolina Senator, encouraging Septima P. Clark that the Democratic Administration, including President-elect Carter and Mrs. Carter, is attuned to the needs of older citizens.
Handwritten correspondence from Alvin Anderson to Septima P. Clark regarding the development of "a style and format for the systematic compilation of data for an appropriate biography of Septima Poinsette Clark."
Correspondence from Ben A. Hagood, President of the Historic Charleston Foundation, to Septima P. Clark regarding a luncheon featuring speaker, Graham Ashworth, on the topic of Preservation and the Business Community.
Program to the College of Charleston's "208th Founders Day Exercises and Parents Day" wherein the biographies of the honorary degree recipients' biographies are presented, one of whom is Septima P. Clark.
Correspondence from Thomas L. Johnson, Assistant Librarian for the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina, to Septima P. Clark regarding a potential interview and future of her personal papers.
Correspondence from Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor of the City of Charleston, to Septima P. Clark regarding Clark's election "by City Council to the position of honorary member of the City of Charleston's Commission for Women."
Correspondence from Anthony J. Morley to Project Directors – Episcopal Experimentation and Development, Project-related Diocesan and Ecumenical Staff, and Selected Friends of the Experimentation and Development Program of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.
Correspondence from R. A. Harper, U.S. Navy Lieutenant, to Bernice Robinson regarding the non-profit organization, People Aiding People, asking for her assistance with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration and Recognition service.
Correspondence from Saundra W. Clement and Tommett Carr, President and Tenn President of Jack and Jill of America, to Septima P. Clark regarding the Teens of the Charleston Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Workshop for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Letter from Sara P. Bagwell, Secretary of the Board of Commissioners for The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston regarding a resolution agreed upon by the Housing Authority to name a day care center after the recipient.
Letter from Bernard A. Veney, Executive Director of National Clients Council to Septima P. Clark thanking her for her interest in being one of the persons nominated by the National Clients Council for a place on the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors.
Letter from Penn Community Services to Septima P. Clark including a suggested outline for "First Workshop," entitled, "Two Hundred Years Of Survival On The Sea Islands: Implications For The Future Culturally, Historically, and Economically," to take place February 6-8, 1976.
Trident Forum For The Handicapped organized by Colonel Spence Campbell, Chairman regarding topics such as Special Education Programs, Transportation, Due Process, Blind to Get Licences, Bus Line Aids Handicapped, Nobel Prizes Awarded, and Announcements.
Correspondence from Esau Jenkins, President of the Citizens Committee of Charleston County, to the Ministers, to Admiral B. H. Batcheller, Commander of the Charleston Naval Shipyard, regarding an invitation to the Equal Employment Opportunity meeting on February 1, 1967.
Correspondence from James B. Edwards, Governor for the State of South Carolina, to Septima P. Clark regarding the reimbursement "for the lost wages when [Clark] was unjustly required to resign [her] job [in 1956]."
Correspondence from Martha C. Knight, Coordinator for ITV/Radio, Volunteer for the Charleston County Public Schools, to Septima P. Clark regarding "a special invitation to attend to county-wide reception and recognition program for those who have served as school volunteers for Charleston County Public Schools."