Letter from Mrs. Julia D. Fields to MLK

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Julia Fields is the only Negro stockbroker in Florida and discusses the adversities she has experienced with Dr. King. Mrs. Fields describes this time period as the "worst year of her life" because the whites resent any Negro attempting to move in their neighborhood. Dr. King is addressed to possibly give advice to better her situation and uplift her "let down" spirit.

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Letter from Mrs. Julia D. Fields to MLK
Thursday, February 22, 1968
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