Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, 1919-1983
1. 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. 2. Page 029c "Granddaughter Yvonne. Born 1952. Age 17." From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark 3. 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. 4. Page 005a "August - 1942 Sister and Husband Mr. & Mrs. James Fouse Miamisburg, Ohio to speak at a College" (Clark far right): from scrapbook of Septima P. Clark. 5. Page 006b "July 1958. Sister - Born 1902. Mrs. Irma Thomas. Hickory, N.C." From scrapbook of Septima P. Clark. 6. Page 025 "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. 7. Page 010 "Directing at Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee." Color image of integrated audience at Highlander school. From Septima P. Clark's scrapbook. 8. Cover Scrapbook cover with black and white photo of Septima Clark 9. Page 085b Newspaper article on Septima Clark titled "Civil Rights Activist Has Seen Many Changes" by Warren McInnis. From The State newspaper, Columbia, SC (1972). Page 2. 10. 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. 11. Page 111 Schedule of South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inaugural activities. 12. Page 110 Invitation to South Carolina Governor Richard Riley's inauguration ceremony. 13. Page 112 Letter from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to Clark thanking her for her hospitality at the Charleston Democratic Women's Club. 14. Page 113 Photograph of Promise Land School, Johns Island, S.C., where Clark taught in 1916. 15. Page 114a Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect. 16. Page 114b Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect. 17. Page 114c Program from the Inauguration of Mayor Joe Riley and Charleston, South Carolina council members. Septima Clark would swear in the mayor-elect. 18. Page 115 Certificate of Service from the SC chapter of the National Council of Negro Women for Clark's work in education. 19. Page 116 Nametag from the Southeastern Aging Network. 20. 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.