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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: CHARLES EVERS U.S.A. NAACP exec. (JX10) JACKSON,Miss.,July 23--FOUND RAISING FUN--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(R) and Charles Evers, Miss. NAACP field Secretary enjoy laugh during fund raising time at Wednesday night's mass rally in Jackson. King later told serveral thousand persons there are no Communists in his movement, 1964 The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: CHARLES EVERS U.S.A. NAACP exec. (JX10) JACKSON,Miss.,July 23--FOUND RAISING FUN--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(R) and Charles Evers, Miss. NAACP field Secretary enjoy laugh during fund raising time at Wednesday night's mass rally in Jackson. King later told serveral thousand persons there are no Communists in his movement, 1964July 23, 1964, transparent
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July 23, 1964
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CHARLES EVERS U.S.A. NAACP exec. (JX10) JACKSON,Miss.,July 23--FOUND RAISING FUN--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(R) and Charles Evers, Miss. NAACP field Secretary enjoy laugh during fund raising time at Wednesday night's mass rally in Jackson. King later told serveral thousand persons there are no Communists in his movement, 1964
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