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  • and they misunderstood him. I'll give you an illustration of that. We had information that Martin Luther King was going to march on Selma, Alabama. I've forgotten which year it was-­ D: 1965. M: Nineteen sixty-five, right. It seemed clear to me that there was going
  • not technically.” Anyhow, I was born on January 29, 1894. My father was Harry Martin Von Holt. My mother was Ida Knudsen and they were married in December of 1890. Their first child was my older sister Mary Elizabeth and she married a chap named White who came
  • not technically.” Anyhow, I was born on January 29, 1894. My father was Harry Martin Von Holt. My mother was Ida Knudsen and they were married in December of 1890. Their first child was my older sister Mary Elizabeth and she married a chap named White who came
  • not technically.” Anyhow, I was born on January 29, 1894. My father was Harry Martin Von Holt. My mother was Ida Knudsen and they were married in December of 1890. Their first child was my older sister Mary Elizabeth and she married a chap named White who came
  • not technically.” Anyhow, I was born on January 29, 1894. My father was Harry Martin Von Holt. My mother was Ida Knudsen and they were married in December of 1890. Their first child was my older sister Mary Elizabeth and she married a chap named White who came
  • : The Little Congress. C: It didn't amount to anything, but that was the first place I ever met him, in Dick Kleberg of the King Ranch office. He was secretary there. Senator Alvin Wirtz, who lived here in Austin, had gotten him the job with Dick Kleberg