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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 037
Page 037 "SCLC Convention. Indianapolis, Indiana. July 1974 (1973?). Plaque Presentation." Photo of Septima Clark at podium with Ralph Abernathy (left) at Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention where Clark received a plaque for Community Service.
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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.
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Page 147
Page 147 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 1.
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Page 148
Page 148 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 2.
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Page 149
Page 149 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 3.
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Page 150
Page 150 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 4.
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Page 002a
Page 002a "The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr." by Septima P. Clark. Commemorative speech.
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Page 002b
Page 002b "The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr." by Septima P. Clark (cont'd).
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Page 025
Page 025 "The Sea Islands As a Cultural Resource" in The Black Scholar, 1974, by Herman Blake, Juanita Jackson and Sabra Slaughter. Highlighted portion concerns the slave vessel Wanderer, possibly put there due to oral history suggesting Clark's father might have been on it. In scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
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Page 142
Page 142 "The Sweet Fruits of Success" - handwritten letter about Dr. McWhirt by Septima P. Clark.
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Page 143
Page 143 "The Sweet Fruits of Success" - handwritten letter about Dr. McWhirt by Septima P. Clark. Cont'd.
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Page 015a
Page 015a "West Palm Beach, FL. Mr. & Mrs. Sawyer, 'BAHAI'." Mrs. Septima Clark on right.
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Page 016
Page 016 1000 Women to Honor Rosa Parks' event in Detroit, MI, 1961. Photo includes (L to R) Ms. Towles, Rosa Parks, Coretta King, Septima Clark, Annelle Ponder.
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Page 014b
Page 014b 1961 workshop on citizenship education, Liberty Hill, Georgia. Photo of Septima Clark and two seated people to her right.
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Page 015b
Page 015b 1963. Septima P. Clark on street.
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Page 034a
Page 034a 1964 Passport photo of Septima Clark, possibly used when she accompanied Martin Luther King, Jr. to Norway to receive Nobel Peace Prize.
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Page 074a
Page 074a 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy.
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Page 074b
Page 074b 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
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Page 074c
Page 074c 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
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Page 074d
Page 074d 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
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