Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
141. Page 095 Letter from the Charles Webb Center for Crippled Children and Adults thanking Clark for her appearance with her grandson on a fundraising Telethon. 142. Page 096 Letter from the Office of the SC Governor (1979) in recognition of Septima Clark's role as honorary commissioner for the International Year of the Child and in thanks for her participation in its opening festivities. 143. Page 097 Letter from Alton C. Crews, superintendent of Gwinnett County Schools (and former superintendent of Charleston County Public Schools when Clark was elected to school board) to Septima Clark congratulating her on her Living Legacy Award. 144. Page 098 Letter from SC Senator Fritz Hollings (1979) in response to Clark's "difficulties", possibly the retirement pay issue. 145. Page 099a Envelope for sending news clippings from the Cooper River Park & Playground Commission. 146. Page 099b Envelope for sending news clippings from the Cooper River Park & Playground Commission. 147. Page 100 One page photocopy of a typescript describing the social setting and history of John's Island, South Carolina and the Citizenship Education Program started there by Mrs. Septima Clark and Mr. Esau Jenkins. 148. Page 101 Letter from Progressive Club of Salem Baptist Church, Charleston, South Carolina, inviting Mrs. Clark to be present for an award recognizing her civil rights work. 149. Page 102 Letter from Willing Worker Club at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Charleston, South Carolina, inviting Clark to a tea party to receive an award. 150. Page 103 Congratulatory telegram from the faculty of the Henry P. Archer School, in response to Clark's presidential Living Legacy award. 151. Page 104a Congratulations card from Ruth & Charles Spivey regarding Clark's Legacy award from President Carter. 152. Page 104b Inside of congratulations card from Ruth & Charles Spivy regarding Clark's Legacy award from President Carter. 153. Page 104c Supportive telegram from Charleston County Education Association, same year Septima Clark was forced to leave her Charleston, SC teaching job due to membership in NAACP. 154. Page 105 Certificate presented to Clark for Humanitarian of the Decade, from the Tide Raisers Organization, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. 155. Page 106a History of Old Bethel United Methodist Church, from program of Avery Institute Lecture Series, Charleston, South Carolina. 156. Page 106b Nametag identifying Mrs. Septima Clark as an honorary commissioner. 157. Page 107 Congratulatory letter from Franklin C. Fetter Family Health Center's Community Advisory Council on Septima Clark's honorary degree from the College of Charleston. 158. Page 108 Letter from Emily C. Sanders, former director of the Charleston County Free Library, wishing Clark a happy new year. 159. Page 110 Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inauguration ceremony. 160. Page 111
Schedule of South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural activities.