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Elmore Nickleberry, a long-serving member of the City of Memphis Sanitation Department, was on the job when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Memphis in support of striking sanitation workers in 1968. He was among those saluted at the City of Memphis’ Be the Dream  MLK observance at Mason Temple. (Photo: Tyrone P. Easley)

Elmore Nickleberry, a long-serving member of the City of Memphis Sanitation Department, was on the job when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Memphis in support of striking sanitation workers in 1968. He was among those saluted at the City of Memphis’ Be the Dream MLK observance at Mason Temple. (Photo: Tyrone P. Easley)