In a letter to my father, Charlie Walker, on July 10, 1956, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote:
We were very happy to have you visit Montgomery. I count it a real personal privilege of having the opportunity of meeting you. I hope that we will be able to renew this fellowship at some early date, and that I will see you again when I am not so busy with other things. Please give my best regards to all of my friends along the Philadelphia area.
M.L. King, Jr.,
Look for more in my upcoming book, A Quaker Behind the Dream, next month.
Photo of Charlie working for the Fellowship of Reconciliation in the 1940s