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King, Martin Luther, Jr

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View of (l-r) Martin Luther King, Jr., unidentified man, Morehouse College president Dr. Benjamin Mays, Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., unidentified woman, and journalist Ralph McGill during a banquet at the Ansley Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, honoring King as the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.Martin Luther King Jr. was an American civil rights leader, and a Baptist minister. He received the Nobel Peace Price for his efforts to end racial discrimination by non violent means in 1964. King was assassinated in 1968 and is entombed at the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia.Local identification number: VIS 170.4542.001Local identification number: ahc1704542001aAtlanta History Photograph Collection
8 X 10 In. Silver Gelatin Print
Created Date:
1965 01 27
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