Fan, Martin Luther King Jr.


Fan, Martin Luther King Jr.


Box 5 Folder 22: "This is folder 22 which is a fan depicting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King from his birth in 1929 to his death in 1968. On the back once again, these were put out by Epp’s Jewelers, also advertising WJLD and WENN as outlets for Epp’s commercials and during Sunday broadcasts. Also, listing two of the more popular groups of the time: the Ensley Jubilee singers and the Birmingham Traveleers. And two of the Birmingham Traveleers are (as of 2011) still singing with the Pillars. Henry Burton and Norman Wooding, Jr. Found in a thrift store by Bob Friedman."


b5f22a - Church fan with Martin Luther King - 1968.jpg
b5f22b - flip side of fan 22a - 1968.jpg



“Fan, Martin Luther King Jr.,” The Birmingham Black Radio Museum, accessed June 25, 2024,

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