Martin Luther King Foundation flier for the film “King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis." The front of the flier features a black and white image of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “KING” is printed in bold white text in the top, right corner. The back of the flier features six black and white images down the center with text on each side. The pictures depict images of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a burning bus, a police officer, a large group of people marching, a burning cross and Klansmen, and people morning at King’s funeral. The text are reviews of the movie from various news outlets, awards the movie has won and suggested uses for the film. The flier is yellowed, creased, and torn in several places.
A black and white photograph of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. taken on April 4, 1968 at the Lorraine Motel, on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel. The walkway outside of room 306, where King was staying, is shown on the right side of the image. Three people are standing and pointing across the street in the direction of the gunshot. Andrew Young is on the left with Jesse Jackson mostly obscured behind him. An unidentified woman is standing to the right in front of Ralph Abernathy, who is partially visible. In front of Young, Martin Luther King Jr. is lying on the ground. Marrell McCollough is kneeling next to King with one hand on the railing. There are people standing in the parking lot below including Memphis police officers. Two cars can be seen parked below the balcony. The reverse of the image is covered in numerous inscriptions from press agencies, in French and English, stamps, and lines.