Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
101. Page 077b Invitation to address by President Jimmy Carter at Gaillard Auditorium (July 1977) before the Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments, Charleston, SC. 102. Page 088a Invitation to inaugural ball of the governor of South Carolina, Richard Riley. 103. Page 077a Invitation to reception honoring the Italian Ambassador, hosted by Mayor Joe Riley (1977) at Blacklock House, College of Charleston. Related to Spoleto Festival USA. 104. Page 090a Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural gala. 105. Page 110 Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inauguration ceremony. 106. Page 028 Letter (Commendation for Scholarship) to Mrs. Septima P. Clark from Hampton Institute Summer School for Teachers (Hampton, Virginia) congratulating her first successful summer session in her pursuit of a masters degree. 107. Page 097 Letter from Alton C. Crews, superintendent of Gwinnett County Schools (and former superintendent of Charleston County Public Schools when Clark was elected to school board) to Septima Clark congratulating her on her Living Legacy Award. 108. Page 108 Letter from Emily C. Sanders, former director of the Charleston County Free Library, wishing Clark a happy new year. 109. Page 112 Letter from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to Clark thanking her for her hospitality at the Charleston Democratic Women's Club. 110. 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. 111. 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.). 112. Page 101 Letter from Progressive Club of Salem Baptist Church, Charleston, South Carolina, inviting Mrs. Clark to be present for an award recognizing her civil rights work. 113. 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. 114. Page 098 Letter from SC Senator Fritz Hollings (1979) in response to Clark's "difficulties", possibly the retirement pay issue. 115. Page 095 Letter from the Charles Webb Center for Crippled Children and Adults thanking Clark for her appearance with her grandson on a fundraising Telethon. 116. Page 096 Letter from the Office of the SC Governor (1979) in recognition of Septima Clark's role as honorary commissioner for the International Year of the Child and in thanks for her participation in its opening festivities. 117. Page 102 Letter from Willing Worker Club at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Charleston, South Carolina, inviting Clark to a tea party to receive an award. 118. Page 087a Letter of congratulations from Charles "Pug" Ravenel on Mrs. Clark's Presidential award and subsequent mention in the New York Times. 119. Page 058 Letter of congratulations to Septima Clark from Alton C. Crews, Charleston County Superintendant (1974) on Clark's election to the school board. 120. 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.