REVEREND LEON SULLIVAN GROUPING
Four: Roy Wilkins Civil Rights award from the 1987 NAACP Image Awards, the 1971 Exceptional Leadership award from Business Week, Award for Business Citizenship created by Tiffany & Co., and the Clarence Farmer Service award in 1986 from the Philadelphia Commission on Human Rights along with a reproduction photograph of Reverend Sullivan with President George H.W. Bush. Reverend Leon Sullivan founded the Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America in 1964 and is also credited with helping to end apartheid in South Africa by creating and implementing the Sullivan Principles, while on the Board of Directors of General Motors; Tallest: 13 1/2"
Estimate: $700 - $900
Business Week award marked "TIFFANY & CO MAKERS STERLING" ;