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."
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."
Revised By-Laws of the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, Inc., including articles on the corporation, governing board membership, functions of the governing board, advisory council, officers, board of directors, and committees, meetings, elections, quorum and voting, and staff.
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.
Program Planning and Control Procedures Guide for the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, Inc., including appendices regarding the "Annual Program Planning Process," "Advisory Council Planning Information Form," "Staff Planning Council Planning Information Form," "Program Planning Worksheet," "Program Priorities Recommendations," Worksheet for Program Event and Measurement Definitions," and "Management Report."
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.
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.
Correspondence from Paul L. Ross, Assistant Director for Plans and Coordination for Office of the Governor of South Carolina, to Bernice Robinson regarding state support for the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers.
Correspondence from Charles R. Jackson and B. I. Cheney, Jr., VISTA Program Officer and Chief of VISTA Operations respectively, to John Cole, Acting Executive Director of the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers regarding a Project Proposal.
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 Ellis M. Gillum, Chairman for the Yonges Island Day Care Center Board, to Right Reverend Gray Temple, Bishop of the Diocese of South Carolina, regarding Yonges Island Day Care Report.
Photocopy of correspondence from James W. McGrath, Administrative Assistant for the South Carolina Tax Commission, to Francis X. Archibald, Deputy Director of the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, Inc., informing the recipient that the organization is exempt from South Carolina Income Tax.
Correspondence from Bernice V. Robinson, VISTA Supervisor and Chairman, to Reverend John W. Heyward, District Superintendent, regarding possible funding through the Fund for Reconciliation for a Day Care Center in Kingstree, S.C.
Correspondence from James E. Clyburn, Executive Director for the South Carolina Commission for Farm Workers, to Bernice Robinson informing the recipient of her selection as the VISTA Program Supervisor.
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 Elaine Nichols, Guest Curator for South Carolina State Museum, to Bernice Robinson regarding her being a guest lecturer for the Education Department's lunchtime seminars on African-American culture.
Correspondence from Beth A. Broadway, Assistant Director of Field Services for Literacy Volunteers of America (LVA), to Bernice Robinson following up Robinson's keynote address to the national LVA conference.