February 3, 2004

Remembering King's Visits

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Over the years, Cornell has had more than its fair share of famous visitors. However, one of these visitors would have remained all but forgotten if it wasn’t for Rev. Kenneth I. Clarke. Clarke, director of Cornell United Religious Work, recently discovered a church ledger entry indicating that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Sage Chapel in 1960.

Clarke discovered the entry —