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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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61.
Page 105
Page 105 Certificate presented to Clark for Humanitarian of the Decade, from the Tide Raisers Organization, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina.
62.
Page 079
Page 079 Certificate presented to Septima Clark from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for her attendance at the regional conference (signed Pauline F. Simmons, Norma S. White).
63.
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.
64.
Page 066
Page 066 Christmas card by Septima Clark detailing the challenges to racial unity titled "A Look to the Future."
65.
Page 104a
Page 104a Congratulations card from Ruth & Charles Spivey regarding Clark's Legacy award from President Carter.
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Page 132
Page 132 Congratulations from South Carolina Senator Ernest F. Hollings to Septima Clark for College of Charleston honorary degree.
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Page 045
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.
68.
Page 107
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.
69.
Page 094
Page 094 Congratulatory letter from SC Senator Strom Thurmond (1978) on Clark's honorary degree from the College of Charleston.
70.
Page 047
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.
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Page 080a
Page 080a Congratulatory telegram from Henry P. Hutchinson, a school teacher who was fired along with Clark for belonging to the NAACP.
72.
Page 103
Page 103 Congratulatory telegram from the faculty of the Henry P. Archer School, in response to Clark's presidential Living Legacy award.
73.
Page 093b
Page 093b Congratulatory telegram to Septima Clark from "Nancy" of Columbia, South Carolina.
74.
Page 091b
Page 091b Corsage with name tag "Mrs. Septima P. Clark: Honorary Commissioner", probably from the National Commission for the International Year of the Child.
75.
Page 011a
Page 011a Cover of 25th Annual Report, Highlander Reports (1956/1957), Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee. Photo of Septima Clark on cover, Director of Education at Highlander.
76.
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.
77.
Page 092a
Page 092a Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 1.
78.
Page 092b
Page 092b Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 2.
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Page 092c
Page 092c Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 3.
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Page 092d
Page 092d Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 4.
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