Manuscript Collection

Fellowship of the Concerned Reports - Accession 40 - M15 (25)

Title

Fellowship of the Concerned Reports - Accession 40 - M15 (25)

Files

Identifier

Accession 40 - M15 (25)

Inclusive Dates

1956

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

13 pieces

Language

English;

Historical Note

The Fellowship of the Concerned was an organization founded in 1949 and dissolved in 1970. It was an organization of southern women affiliated with the Southern Regional Council and concerned with promoting civil rights.

Scope and Content Note

The Fellowship of the Concerned Reports consist of two reports presented before the Fellowship in Atlanta, with one report by Marion Allan Wright describing the civil rights situation in South Carolina and the other by Father Maurice Shean of the Oratory in Rock Hill describing the work of the Rock Hill Council on Human Relations to better race relations in the city. The Fellowship was founded in 1949 and dissolved in 1970. It was an organization of southern women affiliated with the Southern Regional Council and concerned with promoting civil rights.

Provenance

The Fellowship of the Concerned Reports are photocopies from the Southern Regional Council papers of the Dorothy Tilly manuscripts at Emory University and were donated by Dr. Arnold Shankman on November 7, 1975.

Keywords

Civil Rights, Race Relations, Rock Hill Council on Human Relations, Marion Allan Wright

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

Fellowship of the Concerned Reports - Accession 40 - M15 (25)

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