Letter from Thomas Baker to Mrs. King

Abstract

Thomas Baker, a student in New York City, sends his condolences to Mrs. King the day after Dr. King's assassination.

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Letter from Thomas Baker to Mrs. King
Friday, April 5, 1968
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M.E.S.141 106th Street and 1st Ave. New York 10029, N.Y. April 15, 1968 Dear Mrs. M. L. King, I am very sorry that your husband died he is a good man. I like his speech about the brotherhood and he felt that he would not fear death nor change his lite becuase of this. We shall remember him for these word" "It's not how long you live but how you live. ["] He was a great man and he hlep a women and. I read about your husband. Sincerely, your Thomas Baker
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