United States Postal Service Stamp 1968
This 15-cent stamp was issued by the United States Postal Service to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his importance to the Civil Rights Movement. This stamp is part of a larger collection called the Black Heritage Series produced by The Postal Service.
This tin tray features a lithograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. surrounded by the text "I have a dream" & "Freedom for all my people". On the back of the tray is text from the eulogy of Dr. MLK Jr. with the following words: "If I can do my duty as a Christian ought. If I can bring salvation to a world once wrought. If I can spread the message as the Master taught, then my living will not have been in vain"
Black Heritage Stamp Collection United States Postal Service
These are five mounted stamps featuring Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., and Whitney Young. (K21)
Photograph B&W "I've Been To The Mountaintop"
Black and white captioned photographed of Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. 1929-1968. Inscription reads, "I've been to the mountain top, I just want to do God's will, and he's allowed me to go up to the mountain. I've looked over and I've seen the Promised Land" (K27)
Jet Magazine 4"x5" Color Cover April 25, 1968 "The Man Who Succeeds King"
Coretta Scott King spends time with children Yolanda, Martin III, Dexter & Bernice. Martin III replied on the plane ride from Memphis..."God took daddy to heaven for a rest..." Little Bernice asked, " When was daddy going to eat?" (K30)
Designed and Cut by Lawrence Kurt, Atlantic City, NJ the puzzle is hand cut from 1/8" Baltic birch. It measures 2-1/4"x 2-1/4". There are 36 pieces. (24A)
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