Interview with Marian Logan
QUESTION 28
PAUL STECKLER:

Can you tell me about what happened that night?

MARIAN LOGAN:

Well, I was in Resurrection City. I was liaison between Resurrection City and the Justice Department. And, ah, I'd come back to the hotel, when I got a call that the, ah- actually, I was watching the funeral train, that if you remember that went on all day down from New York, and they called me and told me--they used to call me Madame Board, some of the members of the movement, you know- and, ah, I got in a taxi and went out to Resurrection City. And when I got there, Resurrection City ringed with armed guards. And, ah, the members of Resurrection City were all behind them, they were trying to keep them back. And, ah, I said to one of the guards, I said, "Why are you doing this?" They said, "Well you know, the funeral cortege is coming along and we don't want--"

MARIAN LOGAN:

OK. Well, I'll never forget that scene. That's really painted in my mem--



PAUL STECKLER:

OK, it's the night that Bobby Kennedy's body is brought back to Washington, DC.

MARIAN LOGAN:

Ah.