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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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121.
Page 086b
Page 086b Place card from Presidential Awards Dinner. Clark's name misspelled.
122.
Page 086c
Page 086c Invitation from President and Mrs. Carter for an awards luncheon honoring Living Legacies by the National Caucus of the Black Aged. Clark's name misspelled. (Cont'd).
123.
Page 087a
Page 087a Letter of congratulations from Charles "Pug" Ravenel on Mrs. Clark's Presidential award and subsequent mention in the New York Times.
124.
Page 087b
Page 087b New York Times article on recipients of Living Legacy Awards sponsored by National Caucus for the Black Aged, including Septima P. Clark.
125.
Page 088a
Page 088a Invitation to inaugural ball of the governor of South Carolina, Richard Riley.
126.
Page 088b
Page 088b Handwritten dinner invitation from South Carolina governor and Mrs. Richard Wilson Riley.
127.
Page 089a
Page 089a Response envelope for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural ball.
128.
Page 089b
Page 089b Response card for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural gala.
129.
Page 089c
Page 089c Response card for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural ball.
130.
Page 090a
Page 090a Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural gala.
131.
Page 090b
Page 090b Table card, presumably for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural gala.
132.
Page 091a
Page 091a Telegram notifying Clark of her selection for a Living Legacy Award from the National Caucus for Black Aged, presented by the President.
133.
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.
134.
Page 092a
Page 092a Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 1.
135.
Page 092b
Page 092b Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 2.
136.
Page 092c
Page 092c Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 3.
137.
Page 092d
Page 092d Did You Know newsletter from Idlewild, Michigan, discussing the political aspirations of Highlander School alumnus Ethel Johnson. Page 4.
138.
Page 093a
Page 093a Photograph of Mrs. Septima Clark at outdoor awards ceremony.
139.
Page 093b
Page 093b Congratulatory telegram to Septima Clark from "Nancy" of Columbia, South Carolina.
140.
Page 094
Page 094 Congratulatory letter from SC Senator Strom Thurmond (1978) on Clark's honorary degree from the College of Charleston.
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