Arthur John Howard Clement, Jr., Papers

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The papers (1926-1986) of Arthur John Howard Clement, Jr., (1908-1986), African-American businessman, civic leader, and political activist, were transferred to the South Caroliniana Library in 1993 by Mr. William J. Clement, of Columbia, SC. Information concerning copyright must be secured in writing from the Director of the South Caroliniana Library.

Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 13.75
Shelf location: Annex
Accession numbers: 12855
Arthur J. Clement, Jr., Papers Scope and Content Note

Upon the death of Charlestonian A.J. Clement, Jr. (1908-1986), the city's mayor, Joseph P. Riley, Jr., cited him as a pioneer among black business leaders "during a time of changing attitudes of the white race toward race relations." Riley credited Clement with helping to hasten "this positive change which improved our community." Further declaring that the city had lost one of its most dedicated citizens, the mayor alluded to Clement's many and diverse commitments—"There were no community concerns that did not have his interest. I served on many boards and commissions with Mr. Clement, and he never attended a meeting without making a positive contribution."

The papers of Arthur John Howard Clement, Jr.—consisting of thirteen and three-quarters linear feet of letters, speeches, news clippings, reports, programs, photographs, and miscellaneous printed items—reflect the life and times of their subject and provide the South Caroliniana Library with one of its most valuable resources for the study of twentieth-century business, educational, social, and political leadership in South Carolina. The collection is also of major significance as a principal addition to its holdings on the history of the state's African-American community.

The largest units are comprised of alphabetical letter files and chronological biographical files which reveal the range of Clement's interests and connections. Family-related items reveal that his father served as the pattern for his own business success and commitment to public service. A graduate of Biddle University in Charlotte, NC, Arthur, Sr., completed forty years with the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company (1909-1949). He served as a ruling elder and clerk of session of Zion Presbyterian Church, Charleston, and as president of the Charleston Branch of the National Association of Colored People and of the city's Colored Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association. In a letter of 5 May 1971, Arthur, Jr., recalls that his father had started the branch in the early 1900s—"He was amongst the men who selected and bought the land on Cannon St. When the YMCA was dormant, he paid the notes on the property and sponsored programs to keep it going."

The North Carolina Mutual Life segment of the collection provides not only a history of the company itself in the Carolinas and beyond, but also documents the younger Clement's role in it from 1930 to 1967, from his assignments with the Charleston District (1930-1937, 1942-1955) to his managerial leadership in the Savannah, GA (1937-1942), Newark, NJ (1955-1961), Los Angeles, CA (1961-1963) and Philadelphia, PA (1963-1967) districts. Among the most interesting early business-related items is a copy of the program from the first meeting of the South Carolina Negro Life Insurance Association, which was held in Charleston on 24 April 1936. In addition to correspondence, this unit includes company bulletins, minutes, position papers, specimen work sheets and publications.

Education is another topical focus of the Clement papers. Various items reveal his particular connections with Charleston's Avery Institute, which he attended until the ninth grade (1923), and Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC, from which he received both high school (1926) and college (1930) diplomas, and on whose board of trustees he served, 1952-1975, part of that time as chairman.

Clement's files on Voorhees College in Denmark, SC, where he was employed as director admissions and career counseling, 1967-1973, contain essential information on the student boycott and unrest at this institution in 1970, including copies of the statements and demands of the dissident students, as well as a record of the response of the faculty and administration and of the state of South Carolina, which at one point sent National Guardsmen onto the campus. Earlier, in a letter to students of 8 May 1968, Clement had written that it was foolish "to support any RACIST idea that all of our associates [at Voorhees] should be BLACK, WHITE, or any other COLOR....In the kind of every day world in which you will have to survive, ability will be far more important than color."

In 1976 Clement was appointed to the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, and in the collection are the working papers from his tenure on the commission, which lasted until 1980. There is also material on The Citadel, Hampton Institute (Virginia), Howard University (which his sons, William J. and Howard III, attended), the Medical University of South Carolina (whose Area Health Education Center he served as a member of its advisory council), South Carolina State College—and even on the Charles Towne Montessori School and Porter-Gaud (to whose Advancement Fund he contributed). A file on the Charleston County School District, 1973-1986, indicates his vital interest in the welfare and quality of public education in Charleston and his direct role in promoting it.

Several small but key components of Clement's papers underscore his basic interest in politics, which was closely allied to his enduring concern for racial equity and social justice. Among the most important of these topical files are those relating to the South Carolina Progressive Democratic Party, 1944-1953, which contain essential correspondence with the organization's principal founder and state chairman, John H. McCray, as well as copies of reports, resolutions and memoranda. In a letter published in the 24 May 1973 issue of Osceola, Clement stated that there were "two organizations of independent Negroes in South Carolina, who raised the necessary monies, then legally and successfully fought through the courts for admission into the South Carolina Democratic Primary." One of these was the PDP.

The other was the NAACP, the Charleston branch of which Clement headed for seven years, from 1948 until 1955, when his company transferred him to New Jersey. He subsequently served on NAACP boards in Newark, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and "back in Charleston, when I retired there in 1967." Among his letters is one dated 25 October 1985 in which he wrote Benjamin Hooks, then the organization's national executive secretary, that it had "a vital and viable service to render our total society." "The African-American and the White Middle-Class that have the finances to support your organization, and out of a social consciousness would be proud to have a membership," he declared, "are now ‘turned off.'" He concluded—"I see no reason why NAACP should not set a program to recapture the status that brought it to its peak in 1954 when it was the key organization in bringing America to the fullness of its Declaration of Independence and its Constitution. You should return to that PEAK." A file on the South Carolina Republican Party documents Clement's association with it from 1972 to 1985. It particular, it outlines his unsuccessful race as a Republican for the South Carolina House of Representatives, and contains minutes from a 1977 executive committee meeting of the Charleston County Republican Party. In 1975 Clement addressed the party convention, telling the delegates that both Charleston and the state needed "an alert, dynamic two-party system." "The Democrats have taken a wanton, negative attitude towards the needs of the state and the city," he declared. A decade later he was awarded a certificate recognizing his "outstanding support of our Party's goals and efforts." Among his chief correspondents in this connection was Governor James B. Edwards, who in a letter of 8 April 1974 thanked Clement for his "offer of support in my campaign for Governor." In 1975 Edwards appointed him to the South Carolina Bicentennial Commission.

Twenty-seven years earlier, however, Clement had run for local office as a Democrat. In 1948 he had offered against nineteen white candidates for one of seven slots on the then newly-authorized Charleston County Council. Placing fifth in the primary, he was defeated in the election held on 21 October. Then, in 1950 he opposed incumbent L. Mendel Rivers as congressional representative from the First District, the first African-American in the history of South Carolina to run for Congress as a Democrat. Included in the collection is Clement's 1950 strategy notebook, in which he has outlined his campaign techniques, listed engagements and important dates, named members of his committee and county contacts, and kept clippings of the news coverage as well as an account of his expenses. In a clipping from the Atlanta World of 16 July 1950 the editor congratulates Clement and states that although he was badly beaten, "his race...served to educate white voters and to give Negroes a keener interest and appreciation for the right of the franchise." Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, was one of several persons who wrote to congratulate him. "I think you showed a lot of courage and that the results of your campaigning will be most helpful in the future," McGill remarked in a letter of 22 July 1950.

Clement's extensive City of Charleston letter files, especially his correspondence with Mayor Riley, as well as that with the local newspapers, particularly with editor Thomas R. Waring, attest to his multiple concerns for the welfare of all the citizens of his native place. Other files contain Clement's own published letters and columns which appeared sporadically in the Charleston News & Courier and with some regularity in the Evening Post between 1977 and 1986.

In addition to the organizations and institutions already mentioned through which Clement channeled his commitments in business, education, politics and race relations, the collection reveals the many other outlets which served the wide range of his civic, social and cultural interests. For instance, he was an avid supporter of the Boy Scouts, and his files on this organization, spanning more than half his life (1936-1986), comprise a virtual history of black Boy Scouting in South Carolina and of his own leadership in this endeavor. Among the final items in the papers chronologically is the acknowledgment of a gift made in 1986 to the Coastal Carolina Council of the Boy Scouts of America in memory of Clement.

Furthermore, among many others, there are files on Alpha Phi Alpha, the fraternity of which he was a loyal member from his college days in the late 1920s right up to his death; and on such social groups as the Athenians and the exclusive Owls Whist Club, the latter founded in Charleston in 1914. Material on the Stagecrafters, a group made up "of persons sincerely interested in the theatre and allied arts," attests to his involvement in Charleston drama circles (he himself appeared in local productions). His extensive files on Spoleto U.S.A., 1976-1986, may be among the only ones to have survived in private hands documenting the work of the original Festival Foundation board of directors, to which he was appointed in 1976. In addition, during the last decade of his life, Clement was an active Charleston Rotarian who kept the club's letters, board minutes, publications and miscellaneous mail-outs from 1977, when he joined, to 1986.

Further topical and correspondence files reveal the range and richness of the Clement collection. Among those included are the American Association of Retired Persons, the Charleston Trident Chamber of Commerce, the Episcopal Church, Foster Grandparents, the Hope Center for the Retarded, Hospice of Charleston, the Kitani Foundation, The Links, the Mutual Benevolent Society, Omega Psi Phi, the Preservation Society of Charleston, the Salvation Army of Charleston, the South Carolina Council on Aging, the South Carolina Council on Human Relations, South Carolina Educational Television, the Southern Regional Council, Trident United Way, and the Urban League.

Arthur J. Clement, Jr., Papers Chronology
		
1908		Born, Charleston, SC, son of Arthur John Howard Clement, Sr., and Sadie K. Jones
 		Clement

1926		Graduated Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC (high school)

1930		Graduated Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC (college degree in
 			mathematics)

1930-1937	North Carolina Mutual Life, Charleston, SC, District

1937-1942	North Carolina Mutual Life, Savannah, GA, District

1942-1955	North Carolina Mutual Life, Charleston, SC, District

1948		Candidate for Charleston County Council, Charleston, SC

1950		Candidate (Democrat) for United States House of Representatives, First
 			Congressional District, SC, opposing incumbent L. Mendel Rivers

1952-1975	Member, board of trustees, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC

1955-1961	North Carolina Mutual Life, Newark, NJ, District

1961-1963	North Carolina Mutual Life, Los Angeles, CA, District

1963-1967	North Carolina Mutual Life, Philadelphia, PA, District

1967-1973	Voorhees College, Denmark, SC, director of admissions and career counseling

1972		Candidate (Republican) for South Carolina House of Representatives

1975		Appointed to South Carolina Bicentennial Commission by Gov. James B. Edwards

1976		Appointed to Spoleto USA Festival Foundation board of directors

1976-1980	Member, South Carolina Commission on Higher Education

1986		Died, Charleston, SC
	Arthur J. Clement, Jr., Papers
	Container List

Box 1
	Biographical Files
		15 May 1926-4 June 1946
		23 June 1946-5 Dec. 1947
		9 Jan. 1948-24 Apr. 1949
		1 May 1949-15 Aug. 1950
		15 Aug. 1950-8 Apr. 1952
		10 Apr. 1952-13 Dec. 1953
		28 Feb. 1954-3 Dec. 1955
		Jan. 1956-Dec. 1957
		1959-1960
		Jan. 1961-Mar. 1965
		1966-1970
		1971-1972
		1973-1976
		1977-1980
		1981-1983
		1984-1986
		no date (2 folders)
	Correspondence
		A
			Miscellaneous, 1936-1986 (6 folders)
		B
			Miscellaneous, 1945-1986 (6 folders)
			Banov, Leon and Rita, 13 Jan. 1977-8 Jan. 1985
			Barksdale, Hudson L., 4 May 1954-7 Oct. 1984 and n.d.
			Bennett, L. Howard, 20 Apr. 1943-30 Aug. 1978
			Berry, John L., 16 Aug. 1975-25 Apr. 1984
			Bradley, John D., 14 Jan. 1976-26 July 1979 and n.d.
			Brown, James E., 17 Feb. 1978-1 Aug. 1983
			Brown, Raiford A., 25 Sept. 1948-22 Sept. 1982
			Brown, Reinhardt G., 5 May 1980-11 July 1986
			Brown, W. Melvin, 7 Apr. 1977-21 Nov. 1984
		C
			Miscellaneous, 1943-1986 and n.d. (6 folders)
			Charleston Air Force Base, 16 Dec. 1966-11 Sept. 1986 and n.d.
			Charleston County Library, 14 Feb. 1961-22 Aug. 1984 and n.d.
			Clement, A.J.H., Jr., 18 June 1942-25 Oct. 1985 and n.d.
			Clement family, 20 Feb. 1937-18 Nov. 1985 and n.d.
			Clement, Irma, 7 June 1951-5 June 1974 and n.d.
		D
			Miscellaneous, 1944-1986 and n.d.
			Dabbs, Mattwilda, 20 Jan.-1 Mar. 1958 and n.d.
			DeCosta, Frank and H.A., 27 June 1947-7 Aug. 1985 and n.d.
		E
			Miscellaneous, 1943-1985 and n.d.
			Edwards, James B., 13 Nov. 1972-10 Mar. 1981
			Episcopal Church, 16 Dec. 1960

Box 2
	Correspondence (continued)
		F
			Miscellaneous, 1945-1986 and n.d.
		G
			Miscellaneous, 1944-1986 and n.d. (3 folders)
		H
			Miscellaneous, 1954-1986 and n.d. (5 folders)
			Hampton Institute, 18 Dec. 1978-9 Dec. 1984
			Hartmann, Erich, 16 June 1977-31 May 1982 and n.d.
			Hartnett, Thomas F., 18 Sept. 1979-9 Aug. 1985 and n.d.
			Harvey, Brantley, 30 Mar. 1978-18 June 1980
			Hawk, Nancy, 28 July 1975-20 July 1977 and n.d.
			Hinton, James M., 9-30 Oct. 1958
			Hodges, Luther H., 22 July 1974-17 June 1980
			Hollings, Ernest F., 6 May 1954-6 Feb. 1986 and n.d.
		I
			Miscellaneous, 1954-1986
		J
			Miscellaneous, 1947-1986 and n.d. (5 folders)
		K
			Miscellaneous, 1945-1986 and n.d.
		L
			Miscellaneous, 1943-1986 and n.d. (4 folders)
		Mc
			Miscellaneous, 1947-1986 and n.d.
			McCray, John Henry, 4 July 1937-25 Jan. 1986 and n.d. (3 folders)
			McFall, John A., 20 May 1943-28 Sept. 1981 and n.d.
		M
			Miscellaneous, 1927-1986 and n.d. (5 folders)
			Mahoney, J.J., 29 Dec. 1978-4 Aug. 1986 (2 folders)
			Manley, Albert E., 22 Apr. 1954-23 Sept. 1984 and n.d.
			Metz, Dr. J.M., 2 June 1975-21 Feb. 1982
		N
			Miscellaneous, 1941-1985 and n.d. (2 folders)
		O
			Miscellaneous, 1952-1985 and n.d.
			O'Tuel, Maxcy B., 30 July 1935-Dec. 1985 and n.d.
			Owens, Roy H., 24 June 1976-22 Dec. 1982
		P
			Miscellaneous, 1945-1986 and n.d. (2 folders)
			Parker, Ethelyn M., 27 Mar. 1976-23 Feb. 1984
			Parrish, C. Julian, 4 Oct. 1977-7 June 1981 and n.d.
			Potts, John F., 3 May 1974-19 Nov. 1983
		Q
			Miscellaneous, 15 Apr. 1977

Box 3
	Correspondence (continued)
		R
			Miscellaneous, 1944-1986 and n.d. (2 folders)
			Ravenel, Arthur, Jr., 14 Sept. 1976-11 July 1985
			Ravenel, Charles D. ("Pug"), 30 July 1975-10 Feb. 1981
			Riley, Joseph P., Jr., 7 Apr. 1958-8 Sept. 1986 (2 folders)
			Riley, Richard W., 10 Jan. 1979-2 June 1983
			Rivers, John M., 11 May 1944-25 Jan. 1985 and n.d.
			Robinson, Calvin W., 16 Sept. 1976-11 Sept. 1983
		S
			Miscellaneous, 1943-1986 and n.d. (2 folders)
			South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus, 7 June 1979-16 May 1985
			Southern College Placement Association, 10 May 1973-1973
			South Carolina Council on Human Relations, 29 Apr. 1948-20 Mar. 1961
			Sullivan, Patricia, 11 Apr.-23 Sept. 1985
		T
			Miscellaneous, 1951-1986 and n.d.
		U
			Miscellaneous, 1956-1985
		V
			Miscellaneous, 1940-1985 and n.d.
			Voorhees College, 13 Mar.-9 Apr. 1970
		W
			Miscellaneous, 1936-1986
			Waring, J. Waties, 10 Aug. 1948-28 Jan. 1968 and n.d.
			Waring, Thomas R., 17 May 1955-11 June 1984
			Wrighten, John H., 25 Oct. 1944-June 1960
		Y
			Miscellaneous, 1981-1985
		Miscellaneous Correspondence (unidentified correspondents)
			18 Feb. 1927-4 Sept. 1986 (4 folders)
	Writings
		School Notes
			MS vol. unbd., 1926-1928
			3 MS vols. bd.
			2 MS vols. bd.
		Speeches
			1929-1943
			1946-1980
			n.d. (5 folders)
		Newspaper Articles, 1952-1986 and n.d.
	Topical Files
		A
			Miscellaneous, 1954-1984 and n.d.
			The Afro-American, Dec. 1963-Oct. 1955 and n.d.
			Alcoholic Beverage Commission, May 1954-Feb. 1960 and n.d.
			Allen, Richard, 14 Mar. 1965

Box 4
	Topical Files (continued)
			Alpha Phi Alpha
				1929-1955
				1956-1959
				1961-1970
				1971-1986 and n.d..
			American Association for Higher Education, 15 May 1969
			American Association of Retired Persons
				Jan. 1974-May 1982
				June-Dec. 1982
				Jan. 1983-Sept. 1984
			The Associated Community Council of Newark (NJ), 19 Apr. 1958
			Athenians, Dec. 1947-May 1984 and n.d.
			Avery Institute
				Mar. 1869-May 1979
				Sept. 1979-July 1985 and n.d.
		B
			Miscellaneous, 1954-1977 and n.d.
			Baptist College at Charleston, Apr. 1976-Nov. 1985 and n.d.
			Bicentennial News, Aug. 1975
			The Big Smoker, 18 Nov. 1955
			Boys Clubs of America, n.d.
			Boy Scouts
				Apr. 1936-Dec. 1959
				Jan. 1960-Dec. 1964
				Mar. 1965-Jan. 1969
				Jan. 1970-1975
				Jan. 1976-1979
				Jan. 1980-Nov. 1986
				n.d.
			Business Cards
			Business Research Advisory Council, 1965
		C
			Miscellaneous, 1936-1896 and n.d.
			Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Trident, May 1952-Aug. 1986 and n.d.
			Chamber of Commerce, Newark, NJ, Apr. 1957-Aug. 1959 and n.d.
			Charleston—All American City, Aug. 1977-June 1979 and n.d.

Box 5
	Topical Files (continued)
			Charleston County School District, Nov. 1973-Sept. 1986 and n.d.
			Charleston Higher Education Consortium, Aug. 1982-Sept. 1986 and n.d.
			Charleston Inquirer, 1 Nov. 1964
			Charles Towne Montessori School, May 1983-June 1985 and n.d.
			The Citadel, Mar. 1961-Feb. 1986 and n.d.
			Citizens Progressive Civic Association, 27 Apr. 1958 and n.d.
			Clement, Mr. & Mrs. A.J.H., Sr., Memoriam, 10 Dec. 1955-1 Nov. 1956 and
 				n.d.
			Clement, A.J.H., Sr., Estate
				June 1953-May 1960
				Sept. 1949-Jan. 1961
			Clement, A.J.H., III, Aug. 1952-June 1971 and n.d.
			Clement, Mrs. Francis Lawson, 17 Dec. 1940
			Rufus Alexander Clement Association, Mar. 1980-June 1985 and n.d.
			Clement, Sadie K., n.d.
			Clement, William A., June 1977-1981 and n.d.
			Clement, William J. ("Billy"), Dec. 1953-Apr. 1986
			Clemson University, Aug. 1979-Jan. 1986
			Coming Street Property, Charleston, SC, Bills and Receipts, Dec. 1957-Aug.
 				1962 and n.d.
			Common Cause, May 1974-Sept. 1984
			The Cosmopolitan Civil League, 21 Feb. 1944
			The Crisis, Feb. 1955
		D
			Miscellaneous, 1936-Aug. 1976
			"The Day They Marched," 1963
			Democratic Party, Apr. 1948-Nov. 1983 and n.d.
		E
			Miscellaneous, Apr. 1977-Feb. 1981 and n.d.
			Edisto Island, May 1976-Sept. 1985
			Education Committee, 20 Feb. 1958
			Election League, Feb. 1971-Feb. 1975 and n.d.
			Episcopal Church, Sept. 1936-Dec. 1985
			The Episcopalian, Mar. 1962
			Equal Employment Opportunity Symposium, Dec. 1972
		F
			Miscellaneous, July 1958-Apr. 1981
			Foster Grandparents, Dec. 1973-Feb. 1978 and n.d.
			Frontier Club, n.d.
		G
			Gibbes Art Gallery, Oct. 1977-May 1985 and n.d.
			Guests For Fellowship, n.d.
		H
			Miscellaneous, July 1956-Mar. 1979 and n.d.
			Hope Center for the Retarded
				Dec. 1974-Dec. 1976
				Dec. 1976-Sept. 1977
				Sept. 1977-Nov. 1981 and n.d.
			Hospice of Charleston, Oct. 1981-June 1985 and n.d.
			Howard Theatre, n.d.
			Howard University, June 1952-Sept. 1976 and n.d.
		J
			Johnson C. Smith University
				General
					Sept. 1930-June 1959
					Apr. 1959-1967
					Sept. 1970-Oct. 1978
					Mar. 1979-Mar. 1986 and n.d.
				Annual Reports
					1953 (2 folders)
					1954 (2 folders)
					1958
					1959
					1960
					1961
					1963
			Junior Achievement of Greater Charleston, Dec. 1981-July 1984 and n.d.

Box 6
	Topical Files (continued)
		K
			King, Martin Luther, "I Have A Dream," 1968
			Kitani Foundation, Sept. 1977-Mar. 1980 and n.d.
		L
			Life Underwriter Training Council, Jan. 1951-June 1952 and n.d.
			Lighthouse & Informer, 6 Feb. 1955
			Lincoln Lyceum, 1932
			Links, Charleston Chapter, Mar. 1953-June 1983
		M
			Miscellaneous, July 1936-June 1956 and n.d.
			Medical University of South Carolina, May 1976-Aug. 1986 and n.d.
			Men of Tomorrow, Nov. 1961-Jan. 1962
			Model School District Planning, 29 June 1967
			Mutual Benevolent Society, 1959-1985 and n.d.
		N
			Miscellaneous, July 1936-June 1956 and n.d.
			NAACP, Mar. 1936-Apr. 1985 and n.d.
			National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs,
 				Oct. 1958
			The Negro Digest, Apr. 1948
			The 92nd Infantry Division, 21 June 1945
			North Carolina Mutual Life
				July 1911-Dec. 1935
				Feb. 1936-1939
				Jan. 1940-Dec. 1949
				Aug. 1950-Oct. 1951
				Aug. 1952-1953
				Jan. 1954-Feb. 1955
				Feb.-July 1955 (Newark, NJ)
				Aug.-Dec. 1955 (Newark, NJ)
				Jan.-May 1956 (Newark, NJ)
				June-Dec. 1956 (Newark, NJ)
				Jan.-Apr. 1957 (Newark, NJ)
				May-Dec. 1957 (Newark, NJ)

Box 7
	Topical Files (continued)
				Jan.-May 1958 (Newark, NJ)
				June-Dec. 1958 (Newark, NJ)
				Jan.-May 1959 (Newark, NJ)
				June-Aug. 1959 (Newark, NJ)
				Sept.-Dec. 1959 (Newark, NJ)
				Jan.-Apr. 1960 (Newark, NJ)
				May 1960-Feb. 1961 (Newark, NJ)
				n.d. (Newark, NJ)
				Feb.-June 1961 (Los Angeles, CA)
				July-Oct. 1961 (Los Angeles, CA)
				Nov. 1961-Mar. 1962 (Los Angeles, CA)
				Apr.-Aug. 1962 (Los Angeles, CA)
				Sept. 1962-Feb. 1963 (Los Angeles, CA)
				Mar.-June 1963 (Los Angeles, CA)
				July-Sept. 1963 and n.d. (Los Angeles, CA)
				Sept. 1963-Dec. 1965 (Philadelphia, PA)

Box 8
	Topical Files (continued)
				Jan. 1966-Aug. 1967 and n.d. (Philadelphia, PA)
				July 1970-Dec. 1979
				Jan. 1980-1986 and n.d.
			North Carolina Mutual Life, The Weekly Review
				13 Nov. 1937-25 Mar. 1955
				21 Oct. 1955-31 May 1957
				21 June 1957-8 Apr. 1960
				20 May 1960-14 Dec. 1962
				13 Sept. 1963-12 Jan. 1979
			North Carolina Mutual Life, The Whetstone
				Apr. 1932-Fourth Quarter 1953
				First Quarter 1954-Third Quarter 1958
				First Quarter 1959-First Quarter 1963
				Second Quarter 1963-Third/Fourth Quarters 1983
			North Carolina Mutual Life, Miscellaneous
				1931-1934 and n.d.
				n.d.
		O
			Office Rosters, n.d.
			Omega Psi Phi, Apr. 1949-Nov. 1979
			Owls, Oct. 1946-Dec. 1986 and n.d.
		P
			Miscellaneous, Apr. 1930-July 1954 and n.d.
			Parent-Teacher Association, n.d.
			"The Pioneer," 29 May 1964
			Political Campaign, Apr. 1950-Dec. 1951 and n.d.
			Porter-Gaud School (Charleston, SC), Mar. 1977-Dec. 1985 and n.d.
			Preservation Society of Charleston, May 1975-Jan. 1984 and n.d.
			Progressive Democratic Party, May 1944-Apr. 1983 and n.d.
		R
			Race Relations, Apr. 1940-May 1979 and n.d.
			Republican Party
				Nov. 1972-Mar. 1975
				May 1975-Mar. 1984
				June 1984-Feb. 1986 and n.d.

Box 9
	Topical Files (continued)
			Rent Collection Records
				June 1950-Apr. 1956
				Apr. 1956-June 1973 and n.d.
			Rotary Club
				May 1977-1980
				June 1981-Nov. 1983
				Jan. 1984-Jan. 1986 and n.d.
			Rutgers University, 6 May 1959
		S
			Miscellaneous, Apr. 1947-1985 and n.d.
			St. Phillip's Church, Newark, NJ, 19 Oct. 1958
			Salvation Army, July 1971-Dec. 1985
			Sigma Pi Phi, Aug. 1984-1985
			South Carolina American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
				Jan.-July 1975
				Aug. 1975-Nov. 1984 and n.d.
			South Carolina Business Week, 14-20 July 1985
			South Carolina College Placement Association, 1972-1973
			South Carolina Commission on Aging, Nov. 1981-June 1986
			South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
				Sept.-Dec. 1976
				Jan. 1977-June 1986 and n.d.
			South Carolina Educational Television and Radio, Sept. 1978-May 1980 and
 				n.d.
			South Carolina Negro Life Insurance Association, 24 Apr. 1936
			South Carolina State College, Nov. 1949-Dec. 1985
			Southern Regional Council, Nov. 1948-1949 and n.d.
			Southern School News, Mar.-July 1955
			The Southern Voice, Mar. 1951
			Spoleto USA
				Feb.-Dec. 1976 and 1976
				Jan.-Dec. 1977 and 1977
				Jan. 1978-July 1986 and n.d.
			Stagecrafters, July 1953-Apr. 1957 and n.d.
		T
			Miscellaneous, Oct. 1972-Sept. 1983 and n.d.
			The Tattler, Mar. 1951
			Travel
				Miscellaneous, Feb. 1961-Dec. 1985 and n.d.
				Africa, 1969-1979 and n.d.
				Around the World, Jan. 1968-1968 and n.d.
				China
					1967-1975

Box 10
	Topical Files (continued)
					1975
					1975-Jan. 1976
					May 1977-Mar. 1981 and n.d.
					n.d.
				Russia, 1959-1979 and n.d.
				South America, July 1978-Aug. 1979 and n.d.
			Trident Community Foundation, Nov. 1981-Dec. 1984
			Trident 2000, Aug. 1976-Oct. 1978 and n.d.
			Trident United Way
				Oct. 1974-1976
				Jan. 1977-Mar. 1979, n.d.
		U
			Miscellaneous, 14 Dec. 1981
			United Presbyterian Church, July 1963-Jan. 1982 and n.d.
			Urban League, May 1957-Oct. 1984 and n.d.
		V
			Veterans Civic Organization, n.d.
			Voorhees College, Denmark, SC
				General
					June 1966-1969
					Jan. 1970-Dec. 1971
					Jan. 1972-Aug. 1985 and n.d.
				Career Counseling and Placement
					July 1970-Aug. 1972 and n.d.
				Students, Apr. 1970-Dec. 1981 and n.d.
		W
			West Virginia State College, Early Aeronautics Program, Feb. 1965
			White House Conference on Aging, Mar. 1960-Mar. 1983 and n.d.
			Winthrop College, Rock Hill, SC, Board of Visitors, Oct. 1980-Nov. 1983 
			and n.d.
		Y
			YMCA/YWCA
				Dec. 1936-Dec. 1949

Box 11
	Topical Files (continued)
				Mar. 1950-1952
				1952-Apr. 1955
				Jan. 1957-Jan. 1975
				Jan. 1975-Nov. 1976
				Feb. 1977-June 1986 and n.d.
			Miscellaneous, n.d.
	Legal Size
		Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, June 1957-1960
		Awards, 1952-June 1981 and n.d.
		"The Combined Dope—Sport Sheets," 13 Apr. 1936
		Newspaper Clippings, Miscellaneous, Sept. 1973-Feb. 1980 and n.d.
		North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Apr. 1945-Mar. 1955 and n.d.
	Volumes
		Company Experience with Negro Employment, vols. 1 and 2,  ca. 1966
		An Economic Detour, 1940
		The Negroes in the U.S., Sept. 1965
	Photographs
		Clement, A.J.H., Jr.
		Family and Friends (2 folders)
		North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company (2 folders)
 		Miscellaneous and Unidentified Groups
		The Leaders Club
 		EEO Symposium
		Clement and Mayor Carlin, 1958
		Panorama, copper plate, negatives
		
		
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