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July 30, 1962 Telegram

Roy Wilkins letters John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Telegram dated July 30, 1962 from Roy Wilkins to the President urging him "TO SPEAK OUT IN CONDEMNATION OF THE PERSECUTION IN ALBANY, GEORGIA, OF THE REVEREND DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER KING AND HIS ASSOCIATES FOR PEACEFULLY PROTESTING RACIAL INJUSTICES."

July 30, 1962

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston, Massachusetts

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