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Marion Allan Wright [1894-1983] of South Carolina was an attorney, author, member of the board of directors of the American Civil Liberties Union, and civil rights supporter.
Scope and Content Note
The Marion Allan Wright Papers consist mainly of speeches relating to civil rights, civil liberties, the role of libraries in society, and capital punishment, but also included are autobiographical writings, articles, correspondence, and biographical data concerning the civil rights movement.
The Marion Allan Wright Papers were donated by Marion Wright on March 15,1976.
Civil Rights, Race Relations, Capital Punishment, Death Penalty, Libraries
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Marion Allan Wright Papers - Accession 48". Finding Aid 33.
LC Subject Headings
Wright, Marion A. (Marion Allan), 1894-1983--Archives; Civil rights workers--Southern States; Civil rights; Civil rights movements; Libraries and society; Capital punishment--United States