HARLEM, NY — A new exhibit featuring rarely-seen photographs of Martin Luther King Lr., is opening in Harlem on the civil rights icon's 90th birthday, the New York Public Library announced Tuesday.

The exhibit — called "Crusader: Martin Luther King Jr." — will run at the NYPL's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture from Jan. 15 to April 6, library officials announced. Photographs from King's 1953 pilgrimage to India, his 1964 acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize in Norway and more travels will take center-stage at the exhibit.

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By:  Brendan Krisel