Martin Luther King Jr. at Arizona State University

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Created Date: 2013-08-29
Contributors: LaRue, Kristen
Description: A transcript of the speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King, produced by Kristen LaRue, Department of English, Arizona State University.

Created Date: 1964
Description: Selected correspondence from two files of ASU President G. Homer Durham's papers regarding planning for and reaction to Dr. King's visit to ASU. Especially noteworthy is President Durham's June 4, 1964 letter to John G. Babbitt, President of the Arizona Board of Regents providing details about how the event was organized and his perceptions of Dr. King's presentation. On June 9th President Harvill of the University of Arizona wrote with a message of support and acknowledgement of King's previous appearances at that institution.

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Created Date: 2014
Contributors: Harp, Matt
Description: Photos depicting the physical condition and labelling of the original reel to reel audiotapes.

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Created Date: 1964-06-03
Description: Photo depicts Lincoln Ragsdale at the podium, Goodwin Stadium, Arizona State University June 3, 1964. Martin Luther King Jr., and Ralph Abernathy are visible.

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Created Date: 1964-06-03
Description: G. Homer Durham, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph Abernathy, an unidentified participant, Rev. Louis Eaton and Msgr. Robert Donahoe at Goodwin Stadium, Arizona State University. June 3, 1964

Created Date: 1964-06-03
Description: Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech at Goodwin Stadium, Arizona State University, June 3, 1964. The recording includes a brief talk with Arizona NAACP supporters at the Tanner Chapel AME Church in Phoenix earlier the same day (48:25). That recording begins with introductions in progress.

Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech entitled "Religious Witness for Human Dignity" presented at Goodwin Stadium, Arizona State University on June 3, 1964. Introduction by ASU President G. Homer Durham. This recording is followed by a brief recording of King's remarks to NAACP supporters at the Tanner AME Church in Phoenix earlier in the same day. Related photographs and correspondence of President Durham are included.