A two-page essay espousing the merits of the Southern Democratic Party, a third party breaking away from the regular Democratic Party that opposed President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the New Deal, and black membership in the Democratic Party.
A letter from South Carolina attorney Charles A. Young concerning a news story reporting that Senator Maybank might not attend the South Carolina State Convention in Columbia. Young expresses his opinion that the convention will be a "red hot affair."
A copy of a letter from Senator Maybank thanking Ransome Williams for his unanimous election as Chairman of the South Carolina Delegation to the 1944 National Democratic Party Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
A letter concerning Senator Maybank's plans at the South Carolina State Convention including his desire to vote for an uninstructed delegation and to oppose the election of Eugene S. Blease as Chairman.
A telegram from the Chairman of the Speakers Bureau of the Democratic National Committee requesting Senator Burnet R. Maybank's availability for speaking assignments just prior to the General Election on November 7th.
A copy of a three-page letter from Senator Maybank written in response to questions posed by M. B. Barkley. Senator Maybank comments on activities at the South Carolina State Convention, the vote of the Charleston delegation, the "two-thirds rule," the election of Eugene S. Blease as Chairman, and the re-election of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.