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Clark, Septima Poinse... (10)

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1975 (3)
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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 035a
Page 035a Septima Clark, guest speaker at 1975 Benedict College commencement ceremony, Columbia, SC.
2.
Page 036
Page 036 Photo of Charleston County Consolidated School Board, 1975. Septima Clark: First black woman to serve on Charleston County School Board. Charleston, SC.
3.
Page 003
Page 003 Septima Clark at Wando High School in Charleston, South Carolina.
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Page 065
Page 065 Typed introduction of speaking engagement by Septima Clark for Howard University's Department of Afro-American Studies (1975).
5.
Page 066
Page 066 Christmas card by Septima Clark detailing the challenges to racial unity titled "A Look to the Future."
6.
Page 074e
Page 074e "Integration: Where Are We Now?" by Septima Clark. Published in Ivy Leaf (Winter 1975), a publication related to Clark's sorority, AKA. Page 1.
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Page 074f
Page 074f "Integration: Where Are We Now?" by Septima Clark. Published in Ivy Leaf (Winter 1975), a publication related to Clark's sorority, AKA. Page 2.
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Page 081a
Page 081a Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 1.
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Page 081b
Page 081b Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 2.
10.
Page 081c
Page 081c Handwritten letter from Septima Clark detailing and responding to an incident between black and white boys during a football game. Titled "Quality Education for Human Rights." Page 3.