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Contains newspaper clippings pertaining to the Wilmington Optimists Club, a Free Mason's meeting, and Governor Bob Scott speaking at the 19th Annual Statewide Principals' Conference.
Contains a letter from a Wilmington citizen to B.D. Schwartz criticizing his handling of racial violence in Wilmington and making anti-Semitic and racists remarks toward him and Black citizens of the city.
Contains a handwritten letter from Rights of White People founder Leroy Gibson to B.D. Schwartz thanking him for allowing him to attend a City Council meeting and emphasizing he wants the officials to do more to protect the rights of white people.
Contains newspaper clippings picturing B.D. Schwartz signing proclamations. There is also a newspaper clipping describing the Human Relations Commission meeting with different advocacy groups in Wilmington, and the Employment Security Commission announcing award recipients during "National Employ the Handicap Week." In addition, there is a letter from D.L. Dimond to B.D. Schwartz thanking him for speaking to the UNC Wilmington Business Club.
Contains newspaper clippings pertaining to and picturing B.D. Schwartz signing proclamations, receiving a reward from the New Hanover County Mental Health Association, and the City's desire to allow police and firemen to live outside the city limits.
Contains a letter from the Deacon Board of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church to B.D. Schwartz referencing a telephone conversation regarding his attendance at the installation services for Reverend O'Kelly Lawson. There is also a statement given from the B'Nai Israel Synagogue Bulletin congratulating Schwartz on becoming mayor. In addition, there is a fragment of a pamphlet for the Wilmington's Mayor Committee on Employment of the Handicapped.