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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 130
Page 130 Paper cut-out: "I tried to clothe the naked" with hand-drawn image and "Dr. Septima P. Clark" on bottom.
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Page 129
Page 129 The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr. by Septima Clark, unedited version.
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Page 131
Page 131 South Carolina State Department of Education: Adult Basic Education Reading Campaign - Certificate of Recognition to "Dr. Septima Clark" signed by Charlie G. Williams, state superintendent of education.
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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 133
Page 133 Invitation from Charleston, SC Mayor Joseph Riley, Jr. to Septima Clark for Waterfront Park groundbreaking and the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of Charleston, followed by reopening of City Council Chamber (renovated to house valuable historical paintings).
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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.
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Page 134
Page 134 Invitation from Charleston, SC Mayor Joseph Riley, Jr. to Septima Clark for Waterfront Park groundbreaking and the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of Charleston, followed by reopening of City Council Chamber (renovated to house valuable historical paintings). Cont'd.
168.
Page 099b
Page 099b Envelope for sending news clippings from the Cooper River Park & Playground Commission.
169.
Page 084
Page 084 Thank you letter from state of SC Office of Rural Development for Clark's participation in education session.
170.
Page 135
Page 135 The News and Courier, Charleston, SC "How to get straight A's" by Michael Novak (philosopher, university professor, writer) about Gordon W. Green, Jr.'s book Getting Straight A's.
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Page 136
Page 136 Press Release (1978) by The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston announcing naming of day care facility in Gadsden Green Homes to be named after Septima Poinsette Clark.
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Page 137
Page 137 Septima P. Clark Day Care Center background data in press release by The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston, SC. Mr. Donald Cameron announces Miss Dorothy Wright, C. A. Brown High School, to paint portrait of Septima Clark to display in the new facility.
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Page 139
Page 139 Biographical sketch of Septima Poinsette Clark published in press release of Housing Authority of City of Charleston due to announcement of naming day care center after her. Cont'd.
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Page 138
Page 138 Biographical sketch of Septima Poinsette Clark published in press release of Housing Authority of City of Charleston due to announcement of naming day care center after her.
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Page 140
Page 140 Draft of letter to Norwegian Nobel Committee from Septima Clark nominating Highlander Folk School, founded and directed by Myles Horton, for the Peace Prize.
176.
Page 141
Page 141 "Dr. Septima Clark Resigns School Board Seat" with image of Dr. Clark.
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Page 142
Page 142 "The Sweet Fruits of Success" - handwritten letter about Dr. McWhirt by Septima P. Clark.
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Page 026a
Page 026a 1979 letter to Septima Clark by executive director of The National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. concerning the Living Legacy Award Luncheon hosted by Jimmy Carter. The NCBA apparently was the catalyst behind the recognition.
179.
Page 143
Page 143 "The Sweet Fruits of Success" - handwritten letter about Dr. McWhirt by Septima P. Clark. Cont'd.
180.
Page 085a
Page 085a Newspaper article on Septima Clark titled "Civil Rights Activist Has Seen Many Changes" by Warren McInnis. From The State newspaper, Columbia, SC (1972). Page 1.