Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

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.

Other Materials:

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.

Pauli Murray Human Relations Award, "About Pauli Murray and the Award," Orange County Human Rights and Relations, accessed 11 July 2001.

Fuentes, Sonia Pressman, "Three Legendary Feminists: Pauli Murray," Moondance:Celebrating Creative Women, accessed 11 July 2001,

 "Anna Pauli Murray," Spartacus Educational, accessed 11 July 2001.

 "30 of the Most Influential Women of the Millenium," Sunshine for Women, accessed 11 July  2001.

accessed 11 July 2001,

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