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Type: Text
Creator: McPheeters, Annie L.
Title: Women - Newspaper Clippings
Date: 1973-1985
Description: "M.R.S. Club Dedicates Tree" -- "Atlanta Women's News Marks its First Anniversary (Atlanta Daily World, May 16, 1985) -- "Carolyn Yancey Named to Georgia Board of Regents" (Atlanta Daily World,, January 10, 1985) -- "Retired WAC of WWII, Carrie S. Lipscomb, Dies" (Atlanta Daily World, January 1985) -- "Spelman Professor Authors Prize-Winning Book" (Atlanta Daily World, May 14, 1981) -- "Daisy Baites Gets Pioneer Award in Little Rock, Arkansas" (Atlanta Daily World,, May 14, 1981) -- "Things You Should Know About Beatrice Johnson Trammell" (Atlanta Daily World, May 14, 1981) -- " A Woman in Employment Workshop, Saturday at Riviera" (Atlanta Daily World, March 8, 1979) -- "Black Woman Elected Mayor" (The Atlanta Constitution, December 1978) -- "Author Toni Morrison Says Blacks Need Sense of Ties to Home, History, Culture" -- "Ethel Waters Dies at 76" (The Atlanta Constitution, August 2, 1977) -- "Black Women Must Struggle with a Dual Problem" (Atlanta Daily World and written by Carrie L. George, February 5, 1984) -- Cabbagetown: 3 Women Presented Here, May 31" -- "A Blow for Women's Liberation (by James Kilpatrick) -- "The Black Woman" (by Benjamin L. Hooks) -- "Betty Ford Promotes ERA" (The Atlanta Constitution, October 26, 1975) -- "Actress Diahann Carroll 'Dynasty' Star Signs with Fouch-Roseburo" -- "Noted Novelist to Keynote Writing Institute at Spelman (Atlanta Daily World, June 11, 1985) -- "Media Woman Visits Gate City" (By Lucile M. Scott) -- "Black Women Have Top Job Chance in '76" (by Farnum Gray) -- "American U. Vice Prexy Sees Women Playing Greater Roles" (Atlanta Daily World and written by Yvonne Shinhoster, July 18, 1976) -- "Continuing to Honor Lillian Smith" (The Atlanta Constitution, November 13, 1981) -- "Girls' Home Bill Signed by Rivers" (Atlanta Daily World, April 2, 1973) -- "Black Women Have it Easier the black Men-NACo Chief" (The Atlanta Constitution and written by Leslie Hawkins, July 12, 1978) -- "Women's Coalition Honors 35 Black Women Pioneers" (Atlanta Daily World, November 1, 1983)

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Subjects: Women | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Online Publisher: Digital Library of Georgia in association with the Auburn Avenue Research Library for African American Culture and History, 2012
Original Material: Box 3 Folder 81, Item, series, Annie L. McPheeters papers. Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Rights and Usage: Cite as: Item, series, Annie L. McPheeters papers. Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Persistent Link to Item: http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/aaed/id:aarl90.005-003-081

Related Institutions: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Digital Library of Georgia
Collection Information: Auburn Avenue Research Library Historic African American Education Collections