Coretta Scott King Joining Hands With Democratic Peers
Original caption: Senator George S. McGovern claimed enough votes for a first ballot nomination for president at the Democratic National Convention on the basis of gaining almost 100 previously uncommitted delegates, mostly black. McGovern is shown with a group of black leaders following a news conference. Left to right are Rep. William L. Clay, (D-Mo.), Rep. Louis Stokes, (D-Wisc.), McGovern,; District of Columbia Delegate Walter E. Fauntroy; Mrs. Coretta King, widow of the late Dr. Martin Luther King; and Henry E. Parker, a delegate from New Haven, Connecticut.
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