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Coretta Scott King, widow of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks during a news conference about her husband's work and prospects for its continuance   Knoblock, Charles   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  April 6, 1968 
Seated in the front row at South View Cemetery in Atlanta for the burial of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are his children (from left) Bernice, Yolanda and Martin Luther King III; Mrs. King's father, Obadiah Scott; Mrs. King and singer Harry Belafonte. Dr.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 9, 1968 
Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. leaves her Atlanta home today en route to Memphis, where she will claim the body of her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 5, 1968 
Coretta Scott King, widow of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., receives a stamp honoring her late husband from India's Communication Minister Ram Sultheg Singh in New Delhi   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  January 25, 1969 
Dignitaries attending the funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Atlanta are (front row) Michigan Governor and Mrs. George Romney, (back row) Senator Eugene McCarthy, Presidential candidate Richard Nixon, and Senator Edward Kennedy   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 9, 1968 
Coretta Scott King at a service in honor of her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was assassinated in Memphis last Thursday   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 8, 1968 
Mrs. Coretta King, left, widow of Martin Luther King, Jr., is accompanied by SCLC officials and a security guard as she arrives at Memphis Airport to join the Poor People's Campaign   Massey, Toby   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 1, 1968 
Coretta Scott King, widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., waves to newsmen gathered on the lawn of her Atlanta home for a news conference called by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference   Kelly, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 12, 1968 
Flag flies at half staff at President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson's ranch, honoring slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Stonewall, Texas   Powers, Ted   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 5, 1968 
Alice Reid of St. John African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Columbus participated in the Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday parade, Georgia   Cutchall, Larry   Vintage gelatin silver print with resin coating on paper  January 12, 1985 
Mrs. Coretta Scott King talks with Jesse Hill of Atlanta during a press conference at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta   Baxter, Ben   Vintage wire photograph with resin coating on paper  January 13, 1983 
Actor Billy Dee Williams kisses Mrs. Coretta King on the hand following a performance of "I Have a Dream" at Ford's Theatre in Washington DC   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment and airbrushing on paper  April 6, 1976 
Mrs. Coretta Scott King, third from right, bows her head during commemorative services in Atlanta marking the birthday of her slain husband, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  January 15, 1973 
Dr. Martin Luther King, leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, leads a parade of Civil Rights marchers from a rally in a church to Lafayette Park, opposite the White House   Georges, Harvey   Vintage wire photograph with resin coating on paper  August 5, 1965 (printed 1968) 
Mayor Andrew Young of Atlanta smiles just 17 months ago at his Atlanta mayoral campaign headquarters as he listened to encouraging voter returns. On his right is Coretta Scott King.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  October 7, 1981 (printed June 28, 1983) 
Mrs. Coretta King, center, stands with her family in Atlanta as she sings "We Shall Overcome" after laying a wreath at the crypt of her slain husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  January 15, 1970 
Reverend Ralph Abernathy, leader of the Poor People's Campaign, arrives at the Republican National Convention in Miami Beach   Coya, Albert   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 6, 1968 
Today Reverend Ralph Abernathy, above, took over leadership of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference following yesterday's assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Memphis   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 5, 1968 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at a reception at the Savoy Hotel, London   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  September 21, 1964 
Reverend Ralph Abernathy tells an Atlanta press conference that James Earl Ray’s admission of guilt strengthens his belief that there was a conspiracy in the slaying of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Kelly, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 10, 1969 
Reverend Ralph Abernathy, President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, speaks to a rally of black people in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, prior to Saturday's Ku Klux Klan march and cross burning   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 2, 1975 
Reverend Ralph David Abernathy, lower right, leads a memorial march through downtown Memphis in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was killed one year ago   Waters, Fred   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 4, 1969 
Reverend and Mrs. Ralph David Abernathy acknowledge applause at a rally of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's convention in Memphis   Kelly, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 17, 1968 
Reverend Ralph David Abernathy, head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, arrives for a speech before the predominately-black Alabama State Teachers Association.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 14, 1969 
Reverend Dr. Ralph Abernathy is greeted by Angela Davis as he arrives for a news conference in San Francisco. He joined Davis to voice support for an antiwar rally scheduled in San Francisco.   Klein, Robert W.   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 21, 1972 

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