Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Lillie Carroll Jackson (1889-1975)
MSA SC 3520-13566


Articles -

Chalkley, Tom.  "Charmed Life:  Mother Figure."  Baltimore City Paper Online (

"The House Where Lillie Carroll Jackson Lived Has Become a Memorial to Black People's Struggle for Freedom in Baltimore." paper and date unknown.

"Dr. Jackson Still In Negro Rights Fight At 80." The Baltimore Evening Sun. June 10, 1969.

"The Forum: Letters to the Editor, The Unfinished Jackson Task." The Evening Sun, 21 July 1975.

"Lillie Mae and Teddy, They Led Baltimore Over and Around Race Prejudice." The Evening Sun, 16 November 1976.

"Civil Rights Museum." The Sun Magazine. July 15, 1979.

"Baltimoreans of the Century: Lillie Carroll Jackson & Juanita Jackson Mitchell." Baltimore Magazine, May 1999.

"Marylanders of the Century: Lillie Carroll Jackson, mother of a movement." The Baltimore Sun, 21 August 1999.

Books -

Hathaway, Phyllis.  "Lillie May Jackson," Notable Maryland Women.  ed. Winifred G. Helmes.  (Maryland:  Tidewater Publishers, 1977), 187-191.

Williams, Juan.  Thurgood Marshall:  American Revolutionary.  New York:  Random House, 1998.

Davis, Micheal D. and Clark, Hunter R.  Thurgood Marshall:  WarriorA t The Bar, Rebel On The Bench.  New York: Carol Publishing Group, 1992.

Aldred, Lisa Thurgood Marshall: Supreme Court Justice.  New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1990.

Hughes, Langston.  Fight For Freedom: The Story of the NAACP. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1962. 176-179.

Maryland Law Library: 1986 Women's Hall of Fame Honoree Folder, Lillie Carroll Jackson-

Hathaway, Phyllis. "Lillie May Jackson," Notable Maryland Women. ed. Winifred G. Helmes. (Maryland: Tidewater Publisher, 1977), 187-191.

Hughes, Langston. Fight For Freedom: The Story of the NAACP. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1962. 176-179.

Biographical Essays


Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum Brochure

Probate Records and Primary Resources-

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE DIVISION OF VITAL RECORDS (Death Record) Lillie May Jackson, Baltimore City, July 5, 1975 [MSA  S310-813, 2/23/5/5]

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