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Title
Martin Luther King Day, Jr. Memorial Breakfast
Creator
Hahn, Kenneth
Contributor
Hahn, Kenneth
Date Created and/or Issued
1972-01-15
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
California Revealed from Huntington Library
Rights Information
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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Rights Holder and Contact
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Description
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day memorial breakfast., at the Martin Luther King Hospital in Watts, Los Angeles. Master of Ceremonies : Ted Watkins (President of Hospital Authority). Speakers include Willis Edwards (Cal State LA Student Body President, talking about Bill Cosby Cage Classic to raise money for minority scholarships), Frederick Douglas Shaw, Jr., and Reverend R.N. Hogan. Features guest speaker Dr. Thomas Kilgore on his experiences with Dr. King and Kenneth Hahn reminiscing about his interactions with Dr. King, including meeting him at the airport upon his arrival in Los Angeles in 1961.
Type
sound
Format
Copy
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
csmha_000175
mssHahn AV Carton 356
Language
English
Provenance
The Huntington Library
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