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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983

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Page 124
Page 124 Publication of National School Boards Association (NSBA): Updating School Board Policies Volume 13 Number 7, August 1982. Page 2: "How to avoid board meeting pitfalls" by Ben Brodinsky.
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Page 125
Page 125 Publication of National School Boards Association (NSBA): Updating School Board Policies Volume 13 Number 7, August 1982. Page 5: "Board member behaviors present cooperation challenge"
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Page 126
Page 126 Publication of National School Boards Association (NSBA): Updating School Board Policies Volume 13 Number 7, August 1982. Page 3: "Keep meetings on track with consent agenda," "Updating gets new audience, format," "Computer basics for board members."
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Page 127
Page 127 Publication of National School Boards Association (NSBA): Updating School Board Policies Volume 13 Number 7, August 1982. Page 4: "A new twist in teaching the 'basics'."
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Page 128
Page 128 Publication of National School Boards Association (NSBA): Updating School Board Policies Volume 13 Number 7, August 1982. Page 6: cont'd "A new twist in teaching the 'basics'." Also includes scribbled notes and phone numbers presumably by Septima Clark.
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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.
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Page 147
Page 147 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 1.
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Page 148
Page 148 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 2.
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Page 149
Page 149 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 3.
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Page 150
Page 150 "The Christian As a Patriot"-- biblical guidelines regarding nationalism by Mrs. Emma Julia Wright, Celia Williams, Ellen Mack. Page 4.
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Page 100
Page 100 One page photocopy of a typescript describing the social setting and history of John's Island, South Carolina and the Citizenship Education Program started there by Mrs. Septima Clark and Mr. Esau Jenkins.
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Page 005b
Page 005b "1948 At the home of Robert and Mamie Fields. S.C. Federation of Women and Girls Clubs" (Clark far right, Fields standing). From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
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Page 112
Page 112 Letter from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to Clark thanking her for her hospitality at the Charleston Democratic Women's Club.
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Page 113
Page 113 Photograph of Promise Land School, Johns Island, S.C., where Clark taught in 1916.
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Page 114a
Page 114a Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect.
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Page 114b
Page 114b Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect.
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Page 114c
Page 114c Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect.
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Page 115
Page 115 Certificate of Service from the SC chapter of the National Council of Negro Women for Clark's work in education.
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Page 116
Page 116 Nametag from the Southeastern Aging Network.
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Page 086a
Page 086a Invitation from President and Mrs. Carter for an awards luncheon honoring Living Legacies by the National Caucus of the Black Aged. Clark's name misspelled.