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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 056
Page 056 Letter from SC House of Representatives member, Herbert U. Fielding to "All members, Charleston County Legislative Delegation," nominating Septima Clark for membership on Food Stamp Study Committee.
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Page 057
Page 057 Description of Septima Poinsette Clark, featured guest of Black Students' Alliance at Merrill College, University of California at Santa Cruz. In "Black Express" authored by Ruth-pearl Wilson.
83.
Page 058
Page 058 Letter of congratulations to Septima Clark from Alton C. Crews, Charleston County Superintendant (1974) on Clark's election to the school board.
84.
Page 059
Page 059 Missing item. Caption reads: "1974 Women Leaders of AKA, Charleston, S.C."
85.
Page 060
Page 060 Ralph Abernathy (left) and others presenting Septima P. Clark (second from left) with plaque at Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention in Indianapolis, IN.
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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).
87.
Page 062
Page 062 Typed transcript of foreword by Harry Golden for Mrs. Septima Clark's autobiography, Echo in My Soul (page 1 of 2).
88.
Page 063
Page 063 Typed transcript of foreword by Harry Golden for Mrs. Septima Clark's autobiography, Echo in My Soul (page 2 of 2).
89.
Page 064
Page 064 Letter of congratulations to Septima Clark from Hon. Justine Wise Polier (from the Children's Defense Fund, New York, N.Y.) re: Clark's election to the Charleston County (S.C.) School Board.
90.
Page 065
Page 065 Typed introduction of speaking engagement by Septima Clark for Howard University's Department of Afro-American Studies (1975).
91.
Page 066
Page 066 Christmas card by Septima Clark detailing the challenges to racial unity titled "A Look to the Future."
92.
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.
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Page 068
Page 068 Newspaper photo of Septima Clark with the 1976 H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Award she received from the National Education Association.
94.
Page 069
Page 069 Certificate to Septima P. Clark from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change. Signed by Coretta Scott King and John Lewis.
95.
Page 070
Page 070 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 1.
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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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Page 072
Page 072 Newspaper article from Charleston Evening Post re: the life of Septima Clark. Page 1.
98.
Page 073
Page 073 Newspaper article from Charleston Evening Post re: the life of Septima Clark. Page 2.
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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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