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  1. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. welcomed by wife Coretta King as he leaves the courthousePhotograph by Gene Herrick, Montgomery, Alabama, March 22, 1956
Happy birthday, MLK Jr.! (1/15/1929) 

    Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. welcomed by wife Coretta King as he leaves the courthouse
    Photograph by Gene Herrick, Montgomery, Alabama, March 22, 1956

    Happy birthday, MLK Jr.! (1/15/1929) 

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