Letter from Ann Lincoln to MLK



The writer, who identifies herself as a "collateral descendent of Abraham Lincoln," relates a story involving a young colored girl to Dr. King. Ms. Lincoln explains that the incident disturbed her greatly and she feels it is time to educate Negros on white acceptance.

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Letter from Ann Lincoln to MLK
Thursday, June 24, 1965
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[Stamped in red ink: JUN[e] 28 1965] [Inserted Text: Special] [Handwritten Signature: Ann Lincoln]
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