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Title/Description Content Type Date
Proposal to Field Foundation enclosed.
TLS to MLK, 1 p., with enclosure.
Correspondence
1962 March 19
Mimeograph grant proposal in letter form to The Field Foundation, 13 p.
Correspondence
1962 March 15
TLS to MLK, with Dora McDonald's holograph notations, 1 p.
Correspondence
1962 January 23
CTL to John Maguire, 1 p.
Correspondence
1962 January 25
TLS with initialed holograph postscript to MLK, 1 p.
Correspondence
1961 December 8
CTL to John Maguire, 1 p.
Correspondence
1961 December 14
TLS to MLK, with Dora McDonald's holograph shorthand in blue ink, 1 p.
Correspondence
1961 May 29
Letter carries notation: "Dictated by Dr. King but signed in his absence."
CTL to R. Kent Fielding, 1 p.
Correspondence
1961 June 6
TLS to MLK, 1 p.
1961 June 12
Sent in support of their colleagues David Everett Swift and John D. Maguire who were participating in the Freedom Rides. Both men, who were Caucasian, were arrested in Montgomery, Ala.
Telegram to MLK from 61 Professors of the Wesleyan University Faculty.
Correspondence
1961 May 25
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