Original caption: 6/13/1957-Washington, DC: The Reverend Martin Luther King, (Left) leader of the Montgomery, AL., Negro bus strike, shakes hands with Vice-President Richard M. Nixon (Center) and Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell here today. King was expected to lay a plea before Nixon for stronger Administration Leadership in the Civil Rights cause, and give him details on pressures visited on Negroes in the South.
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