The correspondence can be found on the site Moments in Time, and can be priced at $54,000. The letter is dated October 6, 1981, and has been addressed to a Mr. Kessler.The letter had been composed in reaction to a autograph collector’s correspondence requesting Parks exactly what she thought of King, Moments in Time CEO Gary Zimet told CNN.In the letter, Parks stated, “I admired and respected him as a genuinely excellent person committed a devoted to liberty, peace and devotion for most oppressed mankind. He was a pioneer of the people in Montgomery, Alabama and the Country.”King ordered the Montgomery Bus Boycott later Parks was arrested and detained for refusing to give up her seat to a White man to a town bus.The boycott proved to be a civil rights protest where African Americans refused to ride city buses in Montgomery because of segregated seating. It lasted over a calendar year, starting on December 5, 1955 and finish December 20, 1956.It resulted in a Supreme Court judgment in 1956 that desegregated public transport at Montgomery.Parks was honored with a statue in downtown Montgomery in December 2019. She passed out in October 2005 in the time of age 92.