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Martin Luther King, Jr. - Speaking At Ohio Northern University Chapel

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  • Liner NotesJames S. Udy
  • Photography ByJames W. Pyle


Ohio Northern University Chapel
Ada, Ohio

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Columbus, Ohio


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Martin Luther King, Jr. - Speaking At Ohio Northern University Chapel
Speech, Spoken Word, Religious, Political, Sermon
Performer: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Title: Speaking At Ohio Northern University Chapel
Category: Audiofiles
Country: US
Label: Not On Label
Catalog #: HR 1185
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 949
Record Source: Vinyl, LP