1968 Robert F Kennedy Indianapolis Speech On Death Of Rev. Martin Luther King For Sale
1968 Robert F Kennedy Indianapolis Speech On Death of Rev. Martin Luther King Release from His Administrative Office NOT A REPRODUCTION Actual Sheet from 1968 Only 5 Are Known to SurviveMost likely made with a Spirit DuplicatorPDF files of all five surviving copies were sent to the Robert F Kennedy Library in Boston for their records , public use and to avoid forgeries. They didn't have any photos or copies in their files. Rare find! ANational Archives Search confirms that ahard copyis not in their records(see Photo) Item came from the Estate Sale of R F Kennedy administrative assistant Earl G Graves Sr, of which we have several items posted on .Earl G Graves Sr having written a letter to the Democratic National Committee, he became a volunteer for the 1964 presidential campaign of Lyndon B. Johnson. His work with the party lead Graves the opportunity to serve as administrative assistant to newly elected Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1965. Items are in VERYGOOD condition Pages tan . My grading can be explained by prior buyers as one of the best! See response. I do combine won sale shipping cost. See my other sales..... About the item been offer: On April 4, 1968, Kennedy learned of the assassination ofMartin Luther King, Jr. and gave a heartfelt impromptu speech in Indianapolis's inner city, in which Kennedy called for a reconciliation between the races. Riots broke out in 60 cities in the wake of King's death, but not in Indianapolis, a fact many attribute to the effect of this speech.
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