Many well known features of California could hold the names of pioneers and prominent citizens for important contributions to California. Perhaps the most important feature since 1933 has been the bridge that connects the San Francisco peninsula with the continental United States. Thereby, connecting the U.S. with San Francisco. Aside from this SF-Oak Bay Bridge, nothing has done that connecting better than Willie L. Brown, Jr. Appropriately, the Bridge is now known as WILLIE L. BROWN, JR BRIDGE
USF visiting Professor Clarence B. Jones, served as counsel to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As an Allied Member of the NYSE, reported as first Black person to serve on Wall Street, coordinated the legal defense of Dr. King and other leaders of Southern Christian Leadership Conference. In August of 1963 he assisted Dr. King in drafting the celebrated "I Have A Dream" speech delivered at the March on Washington in 1963. Here, he visits with the late Mayor Lee and members of the SF civic community
Dr. Espanola Jackson, Dr. Estelle Jackson, Dr. Maxwell, Dr. Willie Ratcliff, Dr. Mary Ratcliff
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