Pauli Murray (1910-1985)
MSA SC 3520-13577
Author, Poet, Attorney, and Priest
Newspapers and Articles:
"Rev. Pauli Murray dies at 74; first female Episcopal priest," The Baltimore Sun, 4 July 1985.
Bready, James H. "Dr. Pauli Murray comes full circle," The Baltimore Sun, 8 June 1980.
Henderson, Randi, "Co-founder of NOW has many causes," The Baltimore
Sun, 27 June 1982.
Carnes, Mark C., and Garraty, John A., ed., American National Biography, (New York: Oxofrd University Press, 1999), 16: 167.
Profile of Pauli Murray from Induction File, Maryland Law Library.
Literary Hall of Fame, "Pauli Murray," The North Carolina Writers' Network, accessed 11 July 2001. http://www.ncwriters.org/pmurray.htm
Pauli Murray Human Relations Award, "About Pauli Murray and the Award," Orange County Human Rights and Relations, accessed 11 July 2001. http://www.co.orange.nc.us/hrr/pmurray/biog.htm
Fuentes, Sonia Pressman, "Three Legendary Feminists: Pauli Murray," Moondance:Celebrating Creative Women, accessed 11 July 2001, http://www.moondance.org/1998/winter98/nonfiction/pauli.html
"Anna Pauli Murray," Spartacus Educational, accessed 11 July 2001. http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmurrayA.htm
"30 of the Most Influential Women of the Millenium," Sunshine for Women, accessed 11 July 2001. http://www.pinn.net/~sunshine/whm2001/p_murray.html
accessed 11 July 2001, http://hul.harvard.edu/hul/afap/findaids/individual/Schlesinger/Finding/murray/MurBio.html
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