"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.
"The Sea Islands As a Cultural Resource" in The Black Scholar, 1974, by Herman Blake, Juanita Jackson and Sabra Slaughter. Highlighted portion concerns the slave vessel Wanderer, possibly put there due to oral history suggesting Clark's father might have been on it. In scrapbook of Septima P. Clark.
"Mrs. Septima P. Clark was presented the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Community Service Award. The award was presented at a dinner in Indianapolis, Indiana." Photo of Septima Clark talking to unidentified woman at SCLC dinner.
Letter from Alton C. Crews, superintendent of Gwinnett County Schools (and former superintendent of Charleston County Public Schools when Clark was elected to school board) to Septima Clark congratulating her on her Living Legacy Award.
Organizational and Individual Awards presented at banquet May 7, 1983 by The Modjeska Simkins Endowment Fund of the Human Endeavor, Columbia, SC. Organizational awards went to: The Workers' Rights Project (Greenville, SC); Penn Center (Frogmore, SC); Concerned Citizens of Saluda County (Saluda, SC). Individual Awards went to: Septima Poinsette Clark (Charleston, SC) and Lugenia Key Hammond (Columbia, SC).
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."
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.