The Citadel Conference on "The Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina," Panel #15, Civil Rights in the Cities: Case Studies from South Carolina contribution by Millicent Brown entitled, "Wishin', Hopin', Prayin' and Votin': Black Charleston's Efforts to Merge Politics and Race, 1940-1970."
Affirmative Employment List for Charleston and Surrounding Areas, Myrtle Beach and Surrounding Areas, Beaufort and Surrounding Areas, and the rest of the state of South Carolina, in addition to Veterans Organizations and Services, Vocational Rehabilitation List, Affirmative Employment Beaufort, Technical Colleges, 2 Year Colleges, and Business Schools.
Report from the VISTA Volunteers South Carolina Day Care Training Session held on December 8-9, 1970 including information on budgeting, operational expenses, day care planning, proposal writing, followup locations, and possible funding sources.
"HAC Information," published by the Housing Assistance Council, Inc., a nonprofit organization with rural low-income housing needs entitled, "After Hugo: A Guide to Restoring Rural Housing and Communities in South Carolina."
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP memorandum from Nelson B. Rivers, III, Executive Director, to all NAACP Branch Presidents in South Carolina regarding 1990 census data for cities in South Carolina. Enclosed census information.
NAACP Petition Submitted Before the Federal Communications Commission asking the Commission to conduct Bilingual investigations and designate for hearing the renewal applications of eleven radio stations in North Carolina (or AM-FM combinations) and eleven radio stations (or AM-FM combinations) in South Carolina.
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' Statewide Education Desegregation Conference Registration, containing names, addresses, and organization affiliation of South Carolina individuals. Missing pages 14 and 20.
The Branch Standing Committees Handbook, revised by Nelson B. Rivers, III, the Executive Director for the South Carolina Conference of Branches for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
"Appeal to South Carolina Supreme Court: The City of Charleston v. Esau Jenkins. Includes published appeal to South Carolina Supreme Court requesting dismissal of Jenkins' 1962 conviction for selling alcohol after hours."
An essay contribution toward the Development of the South Carolina State Conference of Branches National Association for the Advancement of Colored People by Millicent E. Brown for Dr. A. Lavrin's Historiography course held in the Spring Semester of 1988 entitled, "A Decade of Struggle, 1940-1950."
South Carolina Federation of Colored Women's Clubs' Fiftieth Anniversary publication. Affiliated with National Association of Colored Women's Clubs. Publication contains photographs of club members in various locations around South Carolina, information on members and subgroups, and advertisements.
South Carolina Council on Human Relations pamphlet containing its purpose and advocacy for "Public Education," "Black Economic Development," and "Fair Housing," as well as a list of committee, council, and staff members.
VISTA Program Review Board including information on project goals, map of area, Charleston County Area Description, Williamsburg County Area Description, Dorchester County Area Description, Sumter County Area Description, summary of job descriptions, and job descriptions.
Ramifications of Community Relations: Areas of Interest and/or Study, providing information on housing and public accommodations, environmental problems, law enforcement, inter-governmental relations, employment, social services, community relations, education, better business relations, and intergroup relations.
Photograph album of Laura M. Bragg, 1881-1978. Bragg was the founder and first librarian of the Charleston Free Library in 1931 and was the director of the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts from 1932-1939. Includes Citadel and Virginia Military Institute commencement invitations, postcards and photographs of Miss Bragg with Chinese cadets.
A letter from a South Carolinian to Congress concerning the change in the draft age to eighteen and nineteen. The writer is a poor married woman who has worked hard to send her son to college. She states that it isn't fair to not let the young boys finish school. She then discusses married men without children and "negros" fighting in the war. She ends with offering her services instead of drafting her son.
A letter from a South Carolina lawyer to Senator Smith concerning the amendment for one year of training for eighteen and nineteen year olds before going to war, once drafted. He believes the Senator should vote down the amendment for the lengthy training would handicap the military, who are in present need of more manpower.
A telegram from a South Carolinian to Senator Maybank concerning the change in the draft age to eighteen and nineteen. He asks the Senator to support the War Department on the draft issue. A response from Maybank is included, stating he will do all he can to support the program.
A telegram from a South Carolinian to Senator Maybank concerning proper training for eighteen and nineteen year old boys if drafted. A response from Maybank is included, greatly appreciating the constituent's views.
Salt-glazed border tiles made from kiln-fired red clay, used to line walkways and gardens. Made by slave labor on a plantation near Hickory Hill, South Carolina. Four tiles exist in the collection, two of each shown here.
South Carolina Conference of Branches of the NAACP monthly report regarding the 49th State Convention, the Reapportionment 1991 Committee, CRA and Fair Share, SCE&G, and a Project With Tony Brown Productions.
Press release containing an open letter from Paul W. Matthias, South Carolina Council on Human Relations Executive Director, to John C. West, Governor of South Carolina, regarding the state of South Carolina as recipient of a financial contribution from the United States Department of Labor monetary contribution under the Emergency Employment Act to employ mothers.
Typescript constitution and By-Laws for the Client Council of Ten Counties in South Carolina including articles regarding Name, Object, Area, Membership, Officers, Duties of the Officers, and Amendments.
A letter from a South Carolinian supporting lowering the draft age, but that he doesn't understand taking the younger boys while those at home who are causing strikes within the war industries stay home. He believes that those workers should be put into the army. He wants the Senator to abolish the Unions for the duration of the war and put every man from seventeen to seventy in the army. A response from Maybank is included, thanking the constituent for his letter.
Correspondence between a South Carolinian and Senator Maybank concerning not changing the draft age to eighteen and nineteen. A response from Maybank is included, stating he appreciates the letter but no one will be exempt from draft. He gives the average age of members of the Navy and Marine Corps, which is between seventeen and nineteen, demonstrating that many young men already want to join the service. The citizen than writes back stating that she never meant for her letter to appear as if she was asking for special treatment.
A letter from a South Carolina druggist to Senator Maybank protesting eighteen and nineteen year old boys being drafted for the war. He states that there are so many within the draft age who have not been called yet, men with no children, ex-criminals, and the "negros." A response from Maybank is included, stating he appreciates the letter but no one will be exempt from draft.