Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
121. Page 004 Letter of thanks to Septima Clark from Benedict College (Columbia, SC) President Henry Ponder, for commencement address at 105th Benedict College Commencement. 122. Page 076 Letter thanking Septima P. Clark for speaking during Black History Week, from the Wando High School Assistant Principal, John F. Harper (1977). 123. 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. 124. Page 030 Letter to Septima Clark from Howard F. Burky, president of First Federal Savings Association about reception honoring Clark at Gambrell Hall, University of South Carolina. 125. Page 146 List of important congressmen regarding general letter from Chairman Harriet McBryde Johnson of Trident Forum for the Handicapped (Charleston, SC), asking help to preserve the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, P.L. 94-142. 126. Page 078 Merit certificate presented to Mrs. Septima P. Clark from the Citizens' Committee of Charleston County, SC (signed: A.B. Jenkins, President; Mary Bolton, Secretary). 127. Page 059 Missing item. Caption reads: "1974 Women Leaders of AKA, Charleston, S.C." 128. Page 049b Mrs. Septima Clark, Mrs. Alma Suddereth Clark, and David Marshall Clark (grandson of Septima Clark), Hickory, NC. July 1969. 129. Page 116 Nametag from the Southeastern Aging Network. 130. Page 106b Nametag identifying Mrs. Septima Clark as an honorary commissioner. 131. Page 032a Neri and Septima Clark, husband and wife. Neri wearing Navy uniform for U.S.S. Powhatan. 132. Page 050 Neri Clark, Jr. and son after winning the first Soap Box Derby to be held in Hickory, NC. 133. Page 087b New York Times article on recipients of Living Legacy Awards sponsored by National Caucus for the Black Aged, including Septima P. Clark. 134. Page 033 News article: "Hickory Man's Mother Gains Fame For Authoring New Book" from local Hickory, SC newspaper re: Neri Clark, Jr. and mother Septima Clark's autobiography Echo in My Soul. 135. Page 072 Newspaper article from Charleston Evening Post re: the life of Septima Clark. Page 1. 136. Page 073 Newspaper article from Charleston Evening Post re: the life of Septima Clark. Page 2. 137. Page 085a Newspaper article on Septima Clark titled "Civil Rights Activist Has Seen Many Changes" by Warren McInnis. From The State newspaper, Columbia, SC (1972). Page 1. 138. Page 085b Newspaper article on Septima Clark titled "Civil Rights Activist Has Seen Many Changes" by Warren McInnis. From The State newspaper, Columbia, SC (1972). Page 2. 139. Page 051b Newspaper clipping titled "Young Adults' Rally Planned" mentioning Septima Clark as a speaker at a YWCA rally in Des Moines, Iowa. 140. Page 068
Newspaper photo of Septima Clark with the 1976 H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Award she received from the National Education Association.