Dorothy Rogers Tilly Term Paper - Accession 998 - M439 (490)
Accession 998 - M439 (490)
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Scope and Content Note
Dorothy Rogers Tilly (1883-1970) was a Civil rights worker and church worker from Atlanta, Georgia. She worked as a field worker and member of the Fellowship of the Concerned and the Southern Regional Council, with which the Fellowship was affiliated. The Dorothy Rogers Tilly Term paper was a paper titled, "Dorothy Rogers Tilly: A women Beyond Her Times" by Bianca Tinsley Madden (Winthrop Class of 1995) as a class assignment for Dr. Lynn Willougby (Winthrop History Professor 1989-1997).
The Dorothy Rogers Tilly Term Paper was donated to the Archives by Bianca Tinsley Madden.
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Dorothy Rogers Tilly Term Paper - Accession 998 - M439 (490)". Finding Aid 657.
LC Subject Headings
Tilly, Dorothy Rogers, 1883-1970; Southern Regional Council; Women civil rights workers; Women in church work; Civil rights--Religious aspects