This is the old Lowcountry Digital Library. Please visit our NEW WEBSITE HERE http://lcdl.library.cofc.edu for all of this content and more! Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
21. Page 026b 1979 Letter to Septima Clark from The National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. about Living Legacy Awards Luncheon. (cont'd) 22. Page 029a Thank you card front 23. Page 029c "Granddaughter Yvonne. Born 1952. Age 17." From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark 24. Page 029d Septima Clark's granddaughter Yvonne holding daughter, Lori Robinson- 4 mos., 2 weeks, 2 days old. 25. Page 029b Inside of thank you card signed Yvonne and Lori. Yvonne is Septima P. Clark's granddaughter; Lori is Clark's great granddaughter. From scrapbook of Septima Clark. 26. Page 007 Above: H. Councill Trenholm Memorial Awards: Septima Poinsette Clark honored, photo included. Below: Septima P. Clark Expressway dedication invitation (1978) from South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation and The Charleston County Legislative Delegation (naming of the Crosstown Route). 27. Page 030 Letter to Septima Clark from Howard F. Burky, president of First Federal Savings Association about reception honoring Clark at Gambrell Hall, University of South Carolina. 28. Page 031 "1919. Neri Clark. Charleston, SC." Navy portrait photo of Neri Clark while serving on U.S.S. Powhatan. Husband of Septima P. Clark. 29. Page 032a Neri and Septima Clark, husband and wife. Neri wearing Navy uniform for U.S.S. Powhatan. 30. Page 032b "Nerie Clark, Jr. Camp Meeting. 1936 - 12 Years of Age." Son of Neri and Septima Clark. 31. Page 002a "The Occasion: Martin Luther King Jr." by Septima P. Clark. Commemorative speech. 32. Page 032c Septima Clark teaching outside on Johns Island, SC. 33. Page 033 News article: "Hickory Man's Mother Gains Fame For Authoring New Book" from local Hickory, SC newspaper re: Neri Clark, Jr. and mother Septima Clark's autobiography Echo in My Soul. 34. Page 034a 1964 Passport photo of Septima Clark, possibly used when she accompanied Martin Luther King, Jr. to Norway to receive Nobel Peace Prize. 35. Page 035a Septima Clark, guest speaker at 1975 Benedict College commencement ceremony, Columbia, SC. 36. Page 035b "President Ponder. Benedict College - 1975. Columbia, SC." Commencement ceremony where Septima Clark received an honorary doctorate. President Ponder shaking hands with Clark while handing her a plaque. 37. Page 086b Place card from Presidential Awards Dinner. Clark's name misspelled. 38. Page 034b [Missing Item] "1964. Savannah, GA." 39. Page 036 Photo of Charleston County Consolidated School Board, 1975. Septima Clark: First black woman to serve on Charleston County School Board. Charleston, SC. 40. Page 011d
Page 4: Highlander Reports, a publication of Highlander Folk School (1956/1957), Monteagle, TN. Notes financial statement summary, the revocation of the schools tax exempt status and executive council members.