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    Martin Luther King Jr. Where Do We Go From Here? New York: Harper & Row, [1967]. First edition. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper recto. Octavo. 209 pages. Publisher's yellow boards backed in black cloth, spine lettered in gilt; original illustrated dust jacket. Soiling and dampstaining to edges of boards, lettering on spine somewhat rubbed. Yellow endpapers; minor dampstaining to edges of endpapers, minor foxing. Internally generally clean and tight, top edge trimmed, other edges rough-trimmed; text block edges toned with minor wear, dampstaining to top edge but not reaching into text block. Dust jacket unclipped ($4.95); moderate edgewear, chipping to head and foot of spine and edges with some losses, soiling to back panel, 1-inch closed tear to front panel, rubbed and somewhat worn, dampstaining to verso. Very good book with good dust jacket.

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    We had a wonderful time in New York during the October 2013 Historical Manuscripts auction that featured my mother’s papers collected during her tenure as Martin Luther King, Jr.’s secretary. In fact, the entire experience from beginning to end has been a pleasure.
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