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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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101.
Page 077b
Page 077b Invitation to address by President Jimmy Carter at Gaillard Auditorium (July 1977) before the Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments, Charleston, SC.
102.
Page 086c
Page 086c Invitation from President and Mrs. Carter for an awards luncheon honoring Living Legacies by the National Caucus of the Black Aged. Clark's name misspelled. (Cont'd).
103.
Page 086a
Page 086a Invitation from President and Mrs. Carter for an awards luncheon honoring Living Legacies by the National Caucus of the Black Aged. Clark's name misspelled.
104.
Page 134
Page 134 Invitation from Charleston, SC Mayor Joseph Riley, Jr. to Septima Clark for Waterfront Park groundbreaking and the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of Charleston, followed by reopening of City Council Chamber (renovated to house valuable historical paintings). Cont'd.
105.
Page 133
Page 133 Invitation from Charleston, SC Mayor Joseph Riley, Jr. to Septima Clark for Waterfront Park groundbreaking and the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of Charleston, followed by reopening of City Council Chamber (renovated to house valuable historical paintings).
106.
Page 029b
Page 029b Inside of thank you card signed Yvonne and Lori. Yvonne is Septima P. Clark's granddaughter; Lori is Clark's great granddaughter. From scrapbook of Septima Clark.
107.
Page 104b
Page 104b Inside of congratulations card from Ruth & Charles Spivy regarding Clark's Legacy award from President Carter.
108.
Page 106a
Page 106a History of Old Bethel United Methodist Church, from program of Avery Institute Lecture Series, Charleston, South Carolina.
109.
Page 081c
Page 081c Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 3.
110.
Page 081b
Page 081b Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 2.
111.
Page 081a
Page 081a Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 1.
112.
Page 088b
Page 088b Handwritten dinner invitation from South Carolina governor and Mrs. Richard Wilson Riley.
113.
Page 039b
Page 039b Four guests standing, singing at 1970 Francis Marion Hotel retirement dinner for Septima Clark in Charleston, SC.
114.
Page 119
Page 119 Envelope from Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. to Mrs. Septima Clark of Charleston, SC.
115.
Page 099b
Page 099b Envelope for sending news clippings from the Cooper River Park & Playground Commission.
116.
Page 099a
Page 099a Envelope for sending news clippings from the Cooper River Park & Playground Commission.
117.
Page 046a
Page 046a Election broadside promoting Septima Clark for Charleston County School Board.
118.
Page 024
Page 024 Editorial Comment by Clyde Johnson in The Charleston Evening Post and The Charleston News and Courier. Supports naming of school after Septima P. Clark. Notes renaming of Dorchester Terrace Elementary School to Edmund A. Burns Elementary School.
119.
Page 140
Page 140 Draft of letter to Norwegian Nobel Committee from Septima Clark nominating Highlander Folk School, founded and directed by Myles Horton, for the Peace Prize.
120.
Page 049a
Page 049a Dr. Martin Luther King (1967) at home of Septima Poinsette Clark. With Septima's granddaughter, Yvonne Clark (center) and [perhaps grandnephew], Adrian Poinsette (right).
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