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Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
| 81.||Page 049a ||Dr. Martin Luther King (1967) at home of Septima Poinsette Clark. With Septima's granddaughter, Yvonne Clark (center) and [perhaps grandnephew], Adrian Poinsette (right). |
| 82.||Page 049b ||Mrs. Septima Clark, Mrs. Alma Suddereth Clark, and David Marshall Clark (grandson of Septima Clark), Hickory, NC. July 1969. |
| 83.||Page 003 ||Septima Clark at Wando High School in Charleston, South Carolina. |
| 84.||Page 051a ||Obituary of Mr. Eli S. Clark (Septima Clark's brother-in-law?). |
| 85.||Page 050 ||Neri Clark, Jr. and son after winning the first Soap Box Derby to be held in Hickory, NC. |
| 86.||Page 087b ||New York Times article on recipients of Living Legacy Awards sponsored by National Caucus for the Black Aged, including Septima P. Clark. |
| 87.||Page 053 ||Certificate of Appreciation from the American Cancer Society (Charleston County Unit) to Septima P. Clark. |
| 88.||Page 014a ||Utility Club's Award, New York City, 1960." Invitation to luncheon where Clark was named "Woman of the Year. |
| 89.||Page 051b ||Newspaper clipping titled "Young Adults' Rally Planned" mentioning Septima Clark as a speaker at a YWCA rally in Des Moines, Iowa. |
| 90.||Page 054 ||"Charleston, South Carolina. Federated Group - 1972. Marion Bernie Wilkinson Club." Photo of members, Septima Clark included. |
| 91.||Page 055 ||Certificate of Recognition from South Carolina House of Representatives member Herbert U. Fielding to Septima P. Clark. |
| 92.||Page 056 ||Letter from SC House of Representatives member, Herbert U. Fielding to "All members, Charleston County Legislative Delegation," nominating Septima Clark for membership on Food Stamp Study Committee. |
| 93.||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. |
| 94.||Page 006a ||Septima Clark Columbia, S.C. June 1953. |
| 95.||Page 059 ||Missing item. Caption reads: "1974 Women Leaders of AKA, Charleston, S.C." |
| 96.||Page 088a ||Invitation to inaugural ball of the governor of South Carolina, Richard Riley. |
| 97.||Page 061 ||Certificate of appreciation to Septima Clark for guest speaking, from the Rotary Club of Miamisburg, Ohio. (signed L. Max Myers, President and [Firman?] R. Knipp, Secretary). |
| 98.||Page 060 ||Ralph Abernathy (left) and others presenting Septima P. Clark (second from left) with plaque at Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention in Indianapolis, IN. |
| 99.||Page 064 ||Letter of congratulations to Septima Clark from Hon. Justine Wise Polier (from the Children's Defense Fund, New York, N.Y.) re: Clark's election to the Charleston County (S.C.) School Board. |
| 100.||Page 065 ||Typed introduction of speaking engagement by Septima Clark for Howard University's Department of Afro-American Studies (1975).