In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Day 2012, the King Center has opened a new online resource. With the help of JP Morgan Chase, the organization that continues the work of Dr. King has digitized over one million materials related to King's life and mission. They are now making about 200,000 of them available for free over the Internet.
The collection is organized into themes, such as public opinion, economics, the Vietnam War, and such. It contains many different kinds of materials, including articles, hand-written drafts or notes, telegrams, photographs, etc. It is a premier resource for the original source material for one of the most important American thinkers and activists of the 20th century.
To view these documents, go to the Archives of the King Center.