There is the handwritten draft, complete with cross-outs, of Martin Luther King‘s acceptance speech for the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize. There are notes about the ending of King’s iconic I Have a Dream speech. And there are charming letters he received from children.
These and other King papers — 200,000 documents
in all — will be available online for the first time today, as the
nation marks Martin Luther King Day.
SOURCE: Melanie Eversley, USA TODAY