Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
121. Page 091b Corsage with name tag "Mrs. Septima P. Clark: Honorary Commissioner", probably from the National Commission for the International Year of the Child. 122. Page 093a Photograph of Mrs. Septima Clark at outdoor awards ceremony. 123. Page 093b Congratulatory telegram to Septima Clark from "Nancy" of Columbia, South Carolina. 124. Page 094 Congratulatory letter from SC Senator Strom Thurmond (1978) on Clark's honorary degree from the College of Charleston. 125. Page 006c Septima Clark (left), son Neri, Jr., son's wife Geneva. 1954. 126. Page 017 Photo of Mrs. Massey presenting Septima Clark with plaque from Old Bethel Methodist Episcopal church as retirement award for accomplishment in education. 127. Page 096 Letter from the Office of the SC Governor (1979) in recognition of Septima Clark's role as honorary commissioner for the International Year of the Child and in thanks for her participation in its opening festivities. 128. Page 095 Letter from the Charles Webb Center for Crippled Children and Adults thanking Clark for her appearance with her grandson on a fundraising Telethon. 129. Page 015b 1963. Septima P. Clark on street. 130. 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. 131. Page 018 Septima Clark at 1970 retirement party, Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, SC. 132. Page 020 Advertisement for documentary by Gretchen Robinson, "Everything Change Up Now: A View of the South Carolina Sea Islands," in which Septima Clark is interviewed. 133. Page 021 "John's Island-- Study of health programs and early childhood deaths." Septima Clark outside with group of women and children on John's Island, South Carolina. 134. Page 019 "Her Soul Echoes For a Reason." Newspaper article about Septima Clark's autobiography, Echo in My Soul, with photo of Clark. Newspaper article "Graduation Day at Septima Clark Day Care Center." 135. Page 022 "Brother and Wife. 1965 Christmas Party. Lucille, Peter (bro), Steven, Kevin." Septima P. Clark's brother, Peter Poinsette [Jr.], with wife and children. 136. Page 009b "South Carolina Legally, Morally Owes Septima Clark $72,000." Newspaper clipping detailing efforts to reimburse Clark's earned teacher retirement pay, taken away when she was dismissed from teaching in SC in 1956 for being NAACP member. 137. Page 028 Letter (Commendation for Scholarship) to Mrs. Septima P. Clark from Hampton Institute Summer School for Teachers (Hampton, Virginia) congratulating her first successful summer session in her pursuit of a masters degree. 138. Page 111 Schedule of South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural activities. 139. Page 110 Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inauguration ceremony. 140. Page 112
Letter from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to Clark thanking her for her hospitality at the Charleston Democratic Women's Club.