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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 013
Page 013 "In 1960 Dr. Martin Luther King visited The Citizenship Education Training Center. The purpose of the center was to eliminate illiteracy. The center was located in Liberty County, Georgia. Mrs. [Septima P.] Clark, the woman seated at the head of the table, was the Director of the center." Image shows Clark (woman at head of table), King (far left), Ralph Abernathy (right of Clark), Andrew Young? (far back, left table) and many others.
Page 012
Page 012 Typescript copy of statement by Dr. Martin Luther King about Septima Clark and her autobiography, Echo in My Soul. Photo below of Clark with unidentified man and Sophie Heltai.
Page 011d
Page 011d Page 4: Highlander Reports, a publication of Highlander Folk School (1956/1957), Monteagle, TN. Notes financial statement summary, the revocation of the schools tax exempt status and executive council members.
Page 011c
Page 011c Page 3: Highlander Reports, a publication of Highlander Folk School (1956/1957), Monteagle, TN. Notes Septima Clark named Director of Education at Highlander and an Integrated Youth Camp held that summer.
Page 011b
Page 011b Page 2: Highlander Reports, a publication of Highlander Folk School (1956/1957), Monteagle, TN. Concerns anniversary event with workshops held by leaders of integration movement.
Page 011a
Page 011a Cover of 25th Annual Report, Highlander Reports (1956/1957), Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee. Photo of Septima Clark on cover, Director of Education at Highlander.
Page 010
Page 010 "Directing at Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee." Color image of integrated audience at Highlander school. From Septima P. Clark's scrapbook.
Page 009b
Page 009b "South Carolina Legally, Morally Owes Septima Clark $72,000." Newspaper clipping detailing efforts to reimburse Clark's earned teacher retirement pay, taken away when she was dismissed from teaching in SC in 1956 for being NAACP member.
Page 009a
Page 009a "1956. Dismissed from Charleston SC school system for NAACP membership. AKA's gave testimonial." Photo of Septima P. Clark.
Page 007
Page 007 Above: H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Awards: Septima Poinsette Clark honored, photo included. Below: Septima P. Clark Expressway dedication invitation (1978) from South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation and The Charleston County Legislative Delegation (naming of the Crosstown Route).
Page 006c
Page 006c Septima Clark (left), son Neri, Jr., son's wife Geneva. 1954.
Page 006b
Page 006b "July 1958. Sister - Born 1902. Mrs. Irma Thomas. Hickory, N.C." From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
Page 006a
Page 006a Septima Clark Columbia, S.C. June 1953.
Page 005b
Page 005b "1948 At the home of Robert and Mamie Fields. S.C. Federation of Women and Girls Clubs" (Clark far right, Fields standing). From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
Page 005a
Page 005a "August - 1942 Sister and Husband Mr. & Mrs. James Fouse Miamisburg, Ohio to speak at a College" (Clark far right): from scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
Page 004
Page 004 Letter of thanks to Septima Clark from Benedict College (Columbia, SC) President Henry Ponder, for commencement address at 105th Benedict College Commencement.
Page 003
Page 003 Septima Clark at Wando High School in Charleston, South Carolina.
Page 002b
Page 002b "The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr." by Septima P. Clark (cont'd).
Page 002a
Page 002a "The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr." by Septima P. Clark. Commemorative speech.
Page 001
Page 001 "Best wishes to Septima Poinsette Clark - Jimmy Carter." Copy of inscribed color photo of Clark shaking hands with Jimmy Carter at Living Legacy Award Luncheon held at the White House Feb. 1979.
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