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]\[ew F Y I -=- this may be of use when the school library is requested to provide biographical info of MLK -=- usually around his birthday. Wade Grimes voice > 314 898 5553 Social Studies Dept Chair fax > 314 898 3140 Audio Visual Dir CATV 18 internet > email@example.com H L Purdin High School Elsberry, Missouri 63343 0106 A R S > WA0MHP No president has been punished undeservedly -- character matters. Ideas have consequences. |+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+| ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Sat, 4 Jun 94 23:25:49 CDT From: Wade E. Grimes <wgrimes1@services> Subject: Stanford University - Martin Luther King Jr Bibliography Martin Luther King Jr. Bibliography at Stanford University To access: 1. Type telnet forsythetn.stanford.edu or 126.96.36.199 2. At the Account? prompt type socrates 3. At the Type of terminal? prompt type VT100 4. At the Your Response prompt type select mlk 5. Type END to logoff The MLK Bibliography lists approximately 2700 bibliographic citations to works by or about Martin Luther King, Jr., and the civil rights movement. This Bibliography was compiled by staff of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project, as a first step in preparing to publish King's works. It is intended to help both the student and the scholar traverse the rich and varied terrain of primary and secondary historical, sociological, and journalistic sources on King and the Black freedom struggle. (For more information on the Project, type HELP MLK PAPERS PROJECT.) A printed version of this Bibliography, called "A Guide to Research on Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Black Freedom Struggle", is available in Green Library. Though the Guide is not comprehensive, it surveys a selection of the most important contemporary and scholarly resources on King and the struggle. Project staff are still verifying the citations in the Bibliography, so you may encounter some errors. Please use the SUGGEST command to send comments, corrections, or questions, or call the Project staff at 723-2093 (ask for Pete).