Rosa Parks's Entire Estate On The NYC Auction Block

<p>"A postcard written to Rosa Parks from Martin Luther King."</p>

<p>"One of six legal-sized papers, written in pencil, in which Rosa Parks gives a harrowing and detailed account of her near-rape by a Mr. Charlie, a white neighbor, where she was a 18-year-old housekeeper in 1931. The date of the pages is mid-1950s to the early 1960s."</p>

<p>"An address book, a rosary, eyeglasses, a handkerchief and a stewardess' hat from the St. Matthew AME Church, all belonging to Rosa Parks."</p>

<p>"A Bible presented to Rosa Parks by Brother Alfred Miles of the St. Matthew AME church."</p>

<p>"The Presidential Medal of Freedom presented to Rosa Parks by President Bill Clinton on Sept. 9, 1996, its certificate, and the dress she wore for the occasion."</p>

<p>"Rosa Parks' recipe for 'featherlite pancakes,' written on the back of an envelope from the 1st National Bank of Detroit, and some of her correspondence, are shown in this photo."</p>