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Kennedy's Call to King Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 1988

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  • Martin, Louis (Louis Emmanuel), 1912-1997
  • Mitchell, Parren (Parren James), 1922-2007
  • Proctor, Samuel D. (Samuel DeWitt), 1914-1997
  • Shriver, Sargent (Robert Sargent), 1915-2011
  • Williams, Franklin H. (Franklin Hall), 1917-1990
  • Wofford, Harris (Harris Llewellyn), 1926-
Interviews concerning John F. Kennedy's telephone call to Mrs. Martin Luther King during the 1960 Presidential campaign. Participants: Louis Martin; Parren Mitchell; Samuel Proctor; Sargent Shriver; Franklin Williams; Harris Wofford
1988
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National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Presidential Libraries. John F. Kennedy Library. (04/01/1985- )
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