A copy of the typed minutes of a meeting held in Admiral William Henry Allen's office on October 1, 1941, concerning what should be done about vice conditions in the city of Charleston. Also included is a letter from Charleston Mayor Henry W. Lockwood expressing concern that the testimony in the minutes was "doctored" as there is some testimony missing from what he remembered. Those listed as present at the meeting include Admiral William Henry Allen (U.S.N.), Lieut. Ernest Burnwell (U.S.N.R.), W. M. Sanders, Jr., Mayor Henry W. Lockwood, Chief Chris H. Ortman (City Police), Hall T. McGee (Chamber of Commerce), James J. Lamb (Pres. Jr. Chamber of Commerce), Chief Daniel S. Mott (county police), S. A. Cothran (News and Courier), Mr. Collison (Evening Post), Lt. Col. A. K. Brown, Col. Randolph A. Coyle (U.S.M.C.), Lt. Comdr. Raymond K. Marron (U.S.C.G), Chris Limehouse (Chairman County Police Commission), Col. C. D. Peirce, Henry J. Mann, Lieut. Peyton Anderson (U.S.N.R.), Captain A. N. Baker (U.S.N.), and Chaplain C. M. Sitler (U.S.N.).
A letter from Jefferies regarding a previous letter from Maybank about the interest rates for the Santee-Cooper bonds. The high interest rates could cause problems and he discusses different options for them to take.