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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 105
Page 105 Certificate presented to Clark for Humanitarian of the Decade, from the Tide Raisers Organization, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina.
Page 115
Page 115 Certificate of Service from the SC chapter of the National Council of Negro Women for Clark's work in education.
Page 055
Page 055 Certificate of Recognition from South Carolina House of Representatives member Herbert U. Fielding to Septima P. Clark.
Page 041
Page 041 Certificate of Award to Septima Clark from National Council of Negro Women (Columbia, SC Section) and WOIC Radio Station (Columbia, SC).
Page 061
Page 061 Certificate of appreciation to Septima Clark for guest speaking, from the Rotary Club of Miamisburg, Ohio. (signed L. Max Myers, President and [Firman?] R. Knipp, Secretary).
Page 040
Page 040 Certificate of Appreciation to Septima Clark from Mr. William "Bill" Roper, 1979 President of Charleston Business and Professional Association.
Page 053
Page 053 Certificate of Appreciation from the American Cancer Society (Charleston County Unit) to Septima P. Clark.
Page 082
Page 082 Certificate awarded to Septima Clark by Baptist College (Charleston, S.C.) for serving as a judge at Afro American Society pageant.
Page 139
Page 139 Biographical sketch of Septima Poinsette Clark published in press release of Housing Authority of City of Charleston due to announcement of naming day care center after her. Cont'd.
Page 138
Page 138 Biographical sketch of Septima Poinsette Clark published in press release of Housing Authority of City of Charleston due to announcement of naming day care center after her.
Page 120
Page 120 Back of envelope from Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. to Mrs. Septima Clark of Charleston, SC. Phone number of 'Mrs. Edwards' handwritten.
Page 046b
Page 046b Back of election broadside promoting Septima Clark for Charleston County School Board.
Page 117
Page 117 Area Agencies on Aging description put out by Southeastern Association of Area Agencies on Aging, includes jotted note handwritten -- Frank Ling: Associate Pastor, First Baptist Church. Moncks Corner, SC.
Page 020
Page 020 Advertisement for documentary by Gretchen Robinson, "Everything Change Up Now: A View of the South Carolina Sea Islands," in which Septima Clark is interviewed.
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 067
Page 067 A newspaper article from The Herald Staff concerning the National Education Association's highest race relations award (the H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Award) given to Mrs. Septima Poinsette Clark.
Page 034b
Page 034b [Missing Item] "1964. Savannah, GA."
Page 026b
Page 026b 1979 Letter to Septima Clark from The National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. about Living Legacy Awards Luncheon. (cont'd)
Page 026a
Page 026a 1979 letter to Septima Clark by executive director of The National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. concerning the Living Legacy Award Luncheon hosted by Jimmy Carter. The NCBA apparently was the catalyst behind the recognition.
Page 071
Page 071 1976 letter from chair of the Teacher Rights Committee for Charleston County Education Association, Serena Washington, to chair of Human Relations Committee for the South Carolina Education Association, Jackie Gilmore, nominating Septima Clark for the H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Award (which she was later awarded). Page 2.
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