Martin, Louis E.: Oral History Interview - JFK #2, 4/7/1966
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About Oral History
Martin, Louis (Louis Emmanuel), 1912-1997
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In this interview Martin discusses African American voters in the 1960 presidential election; dealing with African American press during John F. Kennedy's [JFK] 1960 presidential campaign; Lyndon B. Johnson’s vice-presidential nomination and African American press; getting prominent African Americans to endorse JFK; the telephone call from JFK to Coretta Scott King, 1960; and mobilizing the African American vote for JFK in different American cities in 1960, among other issues.
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7 April 1966
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Donated to the United States
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