Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
61. Page 040 Certificate of Appreciation to Septima Clark from Mr. William "Bill" Roper, 1979 President of Charleston Business and Professional Association. 62. Page 041 Certificate of Award to Septima Clark from National Council of Negro Women (Columbia, SC Section) and WOIC Radio Station (Columbia, SC). 63. Page 042a Western Union Telefax from Coretta Scott King to Septima Clark re: Francis Marion Hotel retirement dinner honoring Clark. King praises Clark's life work, from citizenship classes on John's Island, to her leadership of the Highlander School and the Citizenship Education Program and her contributions to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 64. Page 042b Western Union Telefax from Reverend T.Y. Rogers, Jr. to Septima Clark re: Francis Marion Hotel retirement dinner honoring Clark. 65. Page 043 Personal regret letter from Coretta Scott King to Septima Clark re: attending Francis Marion hotel retirement dinner honoring Clark. 66. Page 044a Letter from Mrs. Eugene R. Lewis, Jr. (Thelma Woodbury Lewis), former student of Septima Clark, referencing honor Clark received at President Carter's Luncheon. 67. Page 044b Letter from Mrs. Eugene R. Lewis, Jr. (Thelma Woodbury Lewis) to Septima Clark about honor received at President Carter's Luncheon (cont'd.). 68. Page 045 Congratulatory letter from Bishop Paul Hardin, Jr. of The United Methodist Church, Columbia, SC to Septima Clark re: recognition/retirement dinner at Francis Marion hotel. 69. Page 046a Election broadside promoting Septima Clark for Charleston County School Board. 70. Page 046b Back of election broadside promoting Septima Clark for Charleston County School Board. 71. Page 047 Congratulatory letter to Septima Clark from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority sisters Pauline F. Simmons and Vertelle Middleton on Clark's election to Charleston County School Board, Charleston, SC. 72. Page 048 Letter to Septima Clark from Harold Taylor, Former President of Sarah Lawrence College re: recognition/retirement dinner for Clark at Francis Marion Hotel. 73. 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). 74. Page 049b Mrs. Septima Clark, Mrs. Alma Suddereth Clark, and David Marshall Clark (grandson of Septima Clark), Hickory, NC. July 1969. 75. Page 050 Neri Clark, Jr. and son after winning the first Soap Box Derby to be held in Hickory, NC. 76. Page 051a Obituary of Mr. Eli S. Clark (Septima Clark's brother-in-law?). 77. Page 051b Newspaper clipping titled "Young Adults' Rally Planned" mentioning Septima Clark as a speaker at a YWCA rally in Des Moines, Iowa. 78. Page 053 Certificate of Appreciation from the American Cancer Society (Charleston County Unit) to Septima P. Clark. 79. Page 054 "Charleston, South Carolina. Federated Group - 1972. Marion Bernie Wilkinson Club." Photo of members, Septima Clark included. 80. Page 055
Certificate of Recognition from South Carolina House of Representatives member Herbert U. Fielding to Septima P. Clark.