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  • ; and rioting after the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. [see also HU 2/ST 13 and HU 2/ST 20]. HU 2/FG 216 EQUALITY OF RACES/DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Opened 12/72 Boxes 20-21 Possible civil disturbances in the District of Columbia; use of federal troops in case
  • F. Kennedy; foreign reactions to the assassination; mail counts; Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence; column by Harry Golden; identifying potential assassins. 7". JL 3/King ASSASSINATION OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING (open 12/72) Boxes
  • AR 5-l/A-Z SENT TO THE PRESIDENT/A-Z (Subdivided by the initial of the last name of the correspondent.) (open 12/13/73) Boxes 10-13 Material on the President and his family, Vietnam, Texas, America, the Great Society, President Kennedy, Martin Luther
  • John McNaughton, Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert F ., Kennedy, Uncle Huffman Baines, Governor Christian Herter, astronauts, "Him", Peace Corps Associate Director Bob Rupley , Congressmen John E. Fogarty and Clarence Cannon, Prime Minister
  • File unit description: Documents center on the demonstrations and the controversy over the voting rights of Negroes in Selma, Alabama; the march led by Martin Luther King, Jr.; Gov. George Wallace's meeting with President Johnson; and the decision
  • AND CHAOS THAT IS GOING ON IN ALABAMA .,0 " . OR MUST WE LOSE ALONG WITH PRESTIGE AND POSITION IN FUREIGN COUNTRIES SHOULD WE HAVE TO SACRIFICE A MAN OF DIGNITY AND MORAL STRENGTH SUCH AS DR MARTIN LUTHER KING HOPEFULLY YOURS MR AND MRS SAM1Y DAVIS JR . y
  • , among them Xational United Nations Day (1968); Columbus Day; suggestions for John F. Kennedy holiday and Martin Luther King holiday. Also, records pertaining to H.R. 15951, the Holiday Bill, with general correspondence on bill; and Eric Goldman memoranda
  • - - - EMANUEL CELLER (D.-N. Y.) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 THIS IS NO TIME FOR PANIC Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Martin Luther King, able civil rights leader, asks President Johnson to abandon the military junta now ruling South Vietnam
  • Luther King, Jr. PR - requests for autographed photographs. TR - Presidential trips to foreign countries. Material on head of state visits filed here usually consists of Department of State Protocol Office administrative arrangements for the visit
  • ­ vented through the prog ram outlined by the study g r oup. I sincerely hope that this program will be put into p r actic e in l the near future. s~~cerely ·1 / .J~i~l~~ l C1..,tt.'~~. ,~ Martin Lunin , D. D . S. x. Professor and Head Department