Letter from Minerva Moreno to Mrs. King

Abstract

Minerva Moreno, a New York City student, offers her sympathy to Mrs. King following Dr. King's death.

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Letter from Minerva Moreno to Mrs. King
Friday, April 5, 1968
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M. E. S. 146 106th Street and 1st Ave. New York 10029, New York April 5, 1968 Dear Mrs. Martin Luther King, I feel very bad about your husband. And the World is Sad too. Mr. Martin Luther King, is a great man. And I thing that nobody could replace him. I feel that his dream will come true. He was a wonderful men. I thing that we should have a brotherhood. I am sorry that he was killed. He was also a bullet men. You's truly, Minerva Moreno
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