Pamphlet[King, Martin Luther] Dr. Martin Luther King JR. & Lawrence Spivak. Meet The Press-America's Press Conference of the Air: R Produced by Lawrence Spivak, Guest: Dr. Martin Luther King, JR(Volume 9, Number 11-Sunday March 28, 1965)Washington, D.C. Merkle Press Inc., 1965. Edition Not Stated- Presumed First. 8voo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Civil Rights Movement Document. Near Fine. 10 pages, no illustrations. This is the Merkle Press offprint publication that is a typographic transcription of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. appearance on March 28th 1965 broadcast of the NBC's venerable "Meet the Press". Dr. King's was questioned on his views regarding the Civil Rights movement by a panel consisting of the program’s producer Lawrence Spivak,, John Chancellor, Tom Wicker, and James J. Kilpatrick that was moderated by Ned Brooks. A handsome, well-preserved example of this exceedingly uncommon ephemeral vintage historical document of the Civil Rights Movement showing a few light handling creases.
Martin Luther King JR., Dr.. The Civil Rights Struggle in the United States Today By Dr. Martin King JR.- An Address Delivered At The House Of The Association On Wednesday April 21,1965. New York: “The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1955. Edition Not Stated-Presumed First. 8 vo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Civil Rights Movement Document Fine 24 pages, no illustrations. "The Civil Rights Struggle in the United States Today" is a May 1965 supplemental publication to Volume 20, Number 5 of the Record of The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York on Wednesday April 21, 1965. It typographically transcribes the introductory remarks by the Judge Rosenman afterwards. A bright, exceptionally, well-preserved example of this exceedingly uncommon ephemeral vintage historical document of the Civil Rights movement showing a few lights handling creases.