A color photograph of a parade float sponsored by the Agricultural Society of South Carolina, Charleston County Department of Natural Resources, and the Charleston Agricultural and Industrial Fair (November 11-16, 1929). The three are 'Partners Promoting Progress.' The float participated in a parade celebrating the opening of the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge (also known as 'the old Cooper River Bridge'). Five girls dressed as field hands ride the float alongside a pyramid decorated with vegetables: Julia Frampton, Annette Remington, Rosa Belle Blank, Louise Brown, and Isabel Frampton (one may not be pictured). Special attention is paid to the iodine in vegetables and its health benefits.
A black and white photograph of a man, young boy and a steer that was awarded a ribbon and title of Champion Steer in a 4-H Club competition at the Charleston Agricultural and Industrial [? Illegible] Fair.
A black an white photograph of an engraving on a punch bowl featuring a vignette of a women gathering what appear to be artichokes while the man on the left looks to be primed to chop wood (center). The word 'Perseverance' is engraved underneath.
A color photograph of the front of a delivery truck over packed with various vegetables and of the laborers. Photograph has a caption on the back that reads, 'Artistic loading. Vegetables for Eastern Markets from E.W. King, Charleston, S.C.'
A black and white photograph taken from behind a man standing who is giving a presentation behind a table of vegetables. The attendees and participants are outside of a building owned by Coburg Dairy with a list of 'Rental Terms' on the exterior wall.
A black and white photograph of an exhibit booth by the Food Committee and Women's Defense Committee for 'Food for Defense.' Upon entering the exhibit the attendee is prompted with the question of, 'Are you a Perky or a Poky?' and then confronted with good and bad dietary choices. Dolls are used as an attempt to provide an example of a 'Perky' woman and a 'Poky' woman.
National Board of the Y.W.C.A. memorandum from Kathaleen Carpenter, Field Staff for the Southern Region, to Teen-Age Program Directors, Southern Region, regarding the Southeastern and Southwestern Conferences.
Correspondence from Mrs. Frederick Lacy, Chairman for the Finance Committee for the Coming Street Y.W.C.A., and Christine O. Jackson, Branch Director, regarding a contribution to the Annual Y.W.C.A. Christmas Tea.
Letter from Brenda Cromwell of the Banquet Program Committee of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP to F. Renee Gaters, Attorney, regarding acceptance "to provide the presentation to the speaker at our 74th Anniversary Freedom Fund Banquet."
In this two-page handwritten letter C.C. Tseng discusses his concern for Laura Bragg's illness, travel plans, and plan to go to Norwich University, he received check from Miss Richardson, and signed letter "I-Men."
The following inscription on a separate piece of paper regards the contents of the photograph: "Millicent Brown - 2nd row from top, 2nd from L - R. Millicent's Kindergarten graduation, June 1954. MB - Top row 5th from L - R."
Correspondence from Dwight C. James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to Michael Vaughn of the Carolina Building Materials and Salvage regarding an effort to refurbish the Charleston Branch of the NAACP office located at 116 Spring Street.
Correspondence from M. E. Lamar, Equal Employment Opportunity Representative for the Daniel Construction Company, to Delbert Woods of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP regarding non-discriminant employment.
Correspondence from Dwight C. James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to Paul Gidlund regarding "the building located at 116 Spring Street in which we lease office space sustained some damage as a result of Hurricane Hugo."
Correspondence from Ida Spruill, President of the Minority Student Union at the Medical University of South Carolina, to Dwight James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, regarding the Third Annual Health and Wellness Fair.
Correspondence from Leonard A. Higgins to Dwight James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, regarding Higgins' resignation as chairperson of The Education Committee of The Charleston Chapter of the NAACP.