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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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101.
Page 068
Page 068 Newspaper photo of Septima Clark with the 1976 H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Award she received from the National Education Association.
102.
Page 005a
Page 005a "August - 1942 Sister and Husband Mr. & Mrs. James Fouse Miamisburg, Ohio to speak at a College" (Clark far right): from scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
103.
Page 089a
Page 089a Response envelope for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural ball.
104.
Page 069
Page 069 Certificate to Septima P. Clark from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change. Signed by Coretta Scott King and John Lewis.
105.
Page 013
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.
106.
Page 074a
Page 074a 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy.
107.
Page 074b
Page 074b 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
108.
Page 074c
Page 074c 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
109.
Page 088b
Page 088b Handwritten dinner invitation from South Carolina governor and Mrs. Richard Wilson Riley.
110.
Page 006b
Page 006b "July 1958. Sister - Born 1902. Mrs. Irma Thomas. Hickory, N.C." From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
111.
Page 074d
Page 074d 1972 article on the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, published in the Harvard Educational Review. "Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It" by Frank Adams. Photocopy. Cont'd.
112.
Page 015a
Page 015a "West Palm Beach, FL. Mr. & Mrs. Sawyer, 'BAHAI'." Mrs. Septima Clark on right.
113.
Page 076
Page 076 Letter thanking Septima P. Clark for speaking during Black History Week, from the Wando High School Assistant Principal, John F. Harper (1977).
114.
Page 077a
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.
115.
Page 077b
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.
116.
Page 078
Page 078 Merit certificate presented to Mrs. Septima P. Clark from the Citizens' Committee of Charleston County, SC (signed: A.B. Jenkins, President; Mary Bolton, Secretary).
117.
Page 079
Page 079 Certificate presented to Septima Clark from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for her attendance at the regional conference (signed Pauline F. Simmons, Norma S. White).
118.
Page 080b
Page 080b Telegram from SCLC President Ralph Abernathy and his wife expressing regret to Septima Clark for not being able to attend an event.
119.
Page 089b
Page 089b Response card for South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural gala.
120.
Page 080a
Page 080a Congratulatory telegram from Henry P. Hutchinson, a school teacher who was fired along with Clark for belonging to the NAACP.