The Martin Luther King, Jr., Center, devoted to nonviolent social change, released some 200,000 never-before-seen documents from King’s life today, including his transcript from Harvard, correspondence with President Kennedy, scribbled notes, telegrams, photographs, letters from his wife, and so on.

It’s laid out beautifully and is pretty amazing to see.

The Martin Luther King, Jr., Center, devoted to nonviolent social change, released some 200,000 never-before-seen documents from King’s life today, including his transcript from Harvard, correspondence with President Kennedy, scribbled notes, telegrams, photographs, letters from his wife, and so on.

It’s laid out beautifully and is pretty amazing to see.

(via jessbennett)