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1. Page 049b Mrs. Septima Clark, Mrs. Alma Suddereth Clark, and David Marshall Clark (grandson of Septima Clark), Hickory, NC. July 1969. 2. 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. 3. Page 016 1000 Women to Honor Rosa Parks' event in Detroit, MI, 1961. Photo includes (L to R) Ms. Towles, Rosa Parks, Coretta King, Septima Clark, Annelle Ponder. 4. Page 013 "In 1960 Dr. Martin Luther King visited The Citizenship Education Training Center. The purpose of the center was to eliminate illiteracy. The center was located in Liberty County, Georgia. Mrs. [Septima P.] Clark, the woman seated at the head of the table, was the Director of the center." Image shows Clark (woman at head of table), King (far left), Ralph Abernathy (right of Clark), Andrew Young? (far back, left table) and many others. 5. 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. 6. Page 035a Septima Clark, guest speaker at 1975 Benedict College commencement ceremony, Columbia, SC. 7. Page 039d Septima Clark next to unidentified woman talking behind podium at 1970 Francis Marion retirement dinner for Clark, Charleston, SC. 8. Page 050 Neri Clark, Jr. and son after winning the first Soap Box Derby to be held in Hickory, NC. 9. Page 129 The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr. by Septima Clark, unedited version. 10. Page 034a 1964 Passport photo of Septima Clark, possibly used when she accompanied Martin Luther King, Jr. to Norway to receive Nobel Peace Prize. 11. Page 027 "Mrs. Davis holding Neri. June 1924." Neri Clark, Jr. son of Septima P. Clark. 12. Page 032a Neri and Septima Clark, husband and wife. Neri wearing Navy uniform for U.S.S. Powhatan. 13. Page 032b "Nerie Clark, Jr. Camp Meeting. 1936 - 12 Years of Age." Son of Neri and Septima Clark. 14. 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. 15. Page 038 Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, July 1974 (1973?). Clark received a plaque for Community Service. (L to R): Rev. Ralph David Abernathy of Atlanta, GA; Septima P. Clark; Mrs. Carr of Montgomery, AL. 16. 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. 17. 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. 18. Page 119 Envelope from Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. to Mrs. Septima Clark of Charleston, SC. 19. 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. 20. Page 039b
Four guests standing, singing at 1970 Francis Marion Hotel retirement dinner for Septima Clark in Charleston, SC.