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. . . Celebrated Dr. King--Man and Holiday

Sunday, January 18, 2004; Page C02

. . . celebrated the person for whom the holiday is named at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. Browse myriad collections, including the black studies areas, and examine the lobby mural. Artist Don Miller culled the images of King's life and contributions to the rights movement from research and interviews of individuals that worked with King.


A celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and accomplishments should include a stop at his namesake library at Ninth and G streets NW. (Matt Sheehan -- The Washington Post)

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You Haven't Lived Here if You Haven't . . . (The Washington Post, Feb 6, 2005)
. . . Explored the History of D.C's Namesake (The Washington Post, Jan 30, 2005)
. . . Uttered the Phrase, "Let's Meet at Kramerbooks" (The Washington Post, Jan 23, 2005)
The Entire Series

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library is the central branch of the District's library system. Located at Ninth and G streets Northwest, the building is across from the National Museum of American Art and two blocks west of MCI Center. It is open seven days a week. Hours and more information available at www.dclibrary.org

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