The pamphlet, Let's Make a Record of Your NAACP Campaign, highlights ways in which one can record their personal involvement to "bring better results to the organization and direction for the Campaign."
In this letter, Emma apologizes for not keeping in touch with Anna since Emma's marriage, and reports that she has traveled frequently, from Beaufort to Charleston to Savannah and back. She also laments the damage done to Charleston by a fire, particularly the destruction of its two Methodist churches.
Minutes to the Charleston Branch of the NAACP Regular Branch Meeting held on October 27, 1988 providing reports on education, political action, Freedom Fund Banquet, membership, S.C. Conference of NAACP Branch Convention, election nominating committee, and general announcements. Enclosed reports on the aforementioned topics.
NAACP memorandum from William H. Penn, Sr., Director of the Branch and Field Services, to Branch and State Conference Presidents regarding the 1987 year-end activity report form. Enclosed is a blank copy of the Year-End Activity Report Form.
NAACP memorandum from Benjamin L. Hooks to All NAACP Units, Members of the National Board of Directors and Members of the SCF Board of Trustees regarding resolutions submitted for consideration by NAACP Units in 1989. Enclosed Resolutions Submitted Under Article X, Section 2 of the Constitution of the NAACP.
Correspondence from Dwight C. James, President of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, to Carolina Building Materials and Salvage, Lowes of Charleston, Southern Lumber and Millwork Corporation, Wicks Lumber, G. S. Carter and Son, Charleston Lumber, K-Mart, Home Quarters, Hechinger's, and Hughes Lumber.
Leasing Agreement, Charleston Business and Technology Center between the Control Data Properties, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Lessor (landlord) and Charleston Branch NAACP (tenant) at the former Cigar Factory at 701 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29403 from June 1991 to June 1994.
Correspondence from Allen R. Carter, Chairman for Education, Health and Welfare Subcommittee for the South Carolina State Reorganization Commission, to William Saunders, Executive Director for COBRA, regarding the South Carolina Human Services Demonstration Project. Enclosed South Carolina Human Services Demonstration Project report.
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.
United States District Court for the Eastern District of South Carolina, Charleston Division, Civil Action No. 7747, between Millicent F. Brown et al. versus School District No. 20 "for an injunction enjoining the operation of the school system of School District Number 20 in Charleston County, South Carolina, on a racially segregated basis."
National Board of the Y.W.C.A. memorandum correspondence from Brooks Creedy, National Industrial Staff, and Helen Sheley, National Business and Professional Staff, regarding an enclosed letter "from Elsa Graves to Industrial and Professional groups which tells of the latest developments in the World Federation of Democratic Youth." Enclosed Southern Area Business and Professional Summer Conference program, Summary and Discussion of Interpreting the Y.W.C.A. Purpose to Y-Teens.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1882. The yearbook opens with an address from Mayor Courtenay followed by reports from various departments and an appendix recounting the history of Charleston.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County's local government act document entitled, "Home Rule In South Carolina," drafted by Richard L. Black. The document explains the legislation package popularly known as the "Home Rule Act" which indends to grant political subdivisions decision-making power in local affairs.
League of Women Voters of Charleston County, Volume XXVI, Bulletin No. 6 including a calendar of events, voting-related issues, the League of Women Voters of Charleston County Budget Committee financial statement and various reports and program updates. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
Correspondence from Russell Brown, Secretary of the Charleston Branch for the NAACP, to the Director of the Charleston Combined Federal Campaign regarding an Application for Participation. Enclosed Application for Participation.
NAACP pamphlet outlining "a definitive analysis of six key cases which have been decided by the U.S. Supreme Court." Accordingly, "if left unchallenged and unchanged, these decisions will drastically erode many of the legal underpinnings of civil rights progress."
The State of South Carolina in the Supreme Court appeal from Charleston County Court of General Sessions, the Honorable Rodney A. Peeples, Presiding Judge, State of South Carolina vs. Robert Lee Smith, Brief of Appellant.
Constitution of the Political Awareness League of Charleston County, South Carolina, whose aim is to "secure Political Justice, promote the general welfare of all the citizens of Charleston County regardless of Race, Creed or Color."
WPAL continuity sheet for September 8, 1977 containing information on Mayor Joseph P. Riley and "the incidents that took place at the Sertoma Football Classic." Enclosed Preliminary Report and typescript speech on the Violence at the Sertoma Classic of Friday, August 26, 1977.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1916. The Year Book opens with an address from the mayor, Tristram T. Hyde, followed by reports from various departments.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1917. The Year Book opens with an address from the mayor, Tristram T. Hyde, followed by reports from various departments.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1918. The Year Book opens with an address from the mayor, Tristram T. Hyde, followed by reports from various departments.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1919. The Year Book opens with an address from the mayor, Tristram T. Hyde, followed by reports from various departments.
A report from the mayor, city council, and various governmental departments of Charleston, South Carolina for the year 1914. The Year Book opens with an address from the mayor, John P. Grace, followed by reports from various departments.
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.
College of Charleston's Updated Summary of Desegregation Efforts providing "steps that are being taken or are about to be taken during Second Semester, 1984-85 to improve desegregation efforts at the College of Charleston."
College of Charleston memorandum from Edward M. Collins, Jr., President, to Fred Sheheen, Chairman for the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, regarding desegregation efforts by the College of Charleston.
Correspondence from Nedra H. Williams of the African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) Conference Planning Committee to Septima P. Clark regarding "final plans for the opening activity of the AHSA Conference." Enclosed AHSA materials.
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.