The NAACP West Coast Region published pamphlet entitled, "1987 Act-So Contestants," providing a list of contestants by region. Regions include Altadena/Pasadena, Bay Area, Beverly Hills/Hollywood, Compton, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Monterey, Oakland, Orange County, Phoenix, Pomona, Riverside, Sacramento/Elk Grove, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Tacoma, Tucson, Vallejo, and Watts.
NAACP Southeast Regional Office newsletter for September 1987 including articles regarding the Region V Watch, the 78th Annual National Convention Review, the Bork Nomination, a Call to Action, South African Apartheid, Act-So, Women's Auxiliary, membership information, and various programs.
NAACP Region V, Southeast Regional Office document entitled, "Crusade for Economic Dignity," a Special Fund Raising Campaign for the year 1981 including information on Region V organization and structure, an implementation strategy, timetable, and affiliated organizations.
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."
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 Benjamin L. Hooks, Executive Director, to Members of the National Board of Director, SCF, Trustees, NAACP Staff and Field Staff, and Branches/Youth Councils regarding Ms. Althea T. L. Simmons. Enclosed NAACP News statement announcing the death of the Association's Washington Bureau Director, Althea T. L. Simmons and Funeral Services information.
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.
The Federal Credit Union Act, a circular publication of the National Credit Union Administration from June 1979, containing provisions of the Federal Credit Union Act (act of June 26, 1934), as amended to November 10, 1978, and other pertinent statutes.
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 V Southeast Region Newsletter including a "Statement by Dr. Hooks on the Election of Gov. Bill Clinton to the Presidency," 1992 Youth Council Annual Elections, a poem by Alethea Bonello, a "State of the State Address," and other NAACP related information and news items.
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."
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.
The C. D. Newsletter, A City of Charleston Community Development Publication, Summer Issue - 1982, discussing community development issues including rental housing, summer youth employment, and Joe McFarland.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development document, "Acquired Property Sales," with attachments including example Standard Retail Sales Contracts, Special Conditions, Offer to Purchase and Broker's Tender, Addendum to Purchase and Broker's Tender, Forfeiture of Earnest Money Deposit, Addendum to Contract of Sale of Property, and Old and Historic Charleston Districts and Old City Districts.
Newsletter for South Carolina Bar members exploring topics such as the South Carolina Bar's Mid-Year Annual Meeting, an Address from the Chief Justice, and S.C. Bar Seminar Schedule. The newsletter is addressed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
The South Carolina Legislative Roundup, edited by Eve Moredock, "covers legislative action from February 17, through March 1, 1984. This particular document was mailed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
The South Carolina Legislative Roundup, edited by Eve Moredock, "covers legislative action from March 30, through April 12, 1984. This particular document was mailed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
The General Practice Section Update is "a publication of the general practice section of the South Carolina Bar," which was "mailed to all South Carolina Bar Members." This particular document was mailed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
Newsletter for South Carolina Bar members exploring topics such as the South Carolina Bar's Mid-Year Annual Meeting, new bar members, and license fees. The newsletter is addressed to Russell Brown, a Charleston Attorney.
Pamphlet entitled, "Education-Economy: Inseparable Forces in South Carolina's Past and Future," by Dr. Charlie G. Williams, Superintendent of Education for the State of South Carolina, reprinted from the April-May 1981 Issue of "Business and Economic Review" as a public service by The R. L. Bryan Company.
"A Special African-American Resource Guide" prepared for the National Conference Infusion of African and American Content in the School Curriculum, listing sources on African-American bookstores, book publishers, art administrators, galleries, and museums.