Letter to J. Avery from MLK

Abstract

Dr. King expresses embarrassment because of his late response to a telegram requesting his presence and explains that the mistake is due to an overworked, understaffed office. The tone of the letter conveys the personal concern King feels for each of the numerous individuals who seek his participation in events around the country.

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Letter to J. Avery from MLK
Friday, May 13, 1966
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