|Creator:||Smith, Lillian Eugenia, 1897-1966|
|Title:||Strange Fruit dramatization/ Dorothy Carter collection|
|Quantity:||0.025 Linear feet (1 folder housed with minor collections MS 2066-MS 2156)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of correspondence, clippings and a program regarding the dramatization of Lillian Smith's novel, Strange Fruit.|
"Lillian Smith was one of the first prominent white southerners to denounce racial segregation openly and to work actively against the entrenched and often brutally enforced world of Jim Crow. From as early as the 1930s, she argued that Jim Crow was evil ("Segregation is spiritual lynching," she said) and that it leads to social moral retardation."--"Lillian Smith (1897-1966)," New Georgia Encyclopedia. http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org. (Retrieved February 18, 2008)
For more information, see the article "Lillian Smith (1897-1966)" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Also known as the Dorothy Carter collection.
Strange Fruit dramatization/ Dorothy Carter collection, MS 2144. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Related materials available in the following collections of this repository: Lillian Smith letters, early 1960's; Lillian Eugenia Smith papers, 1920-1980; Lillian Smith, Laurel Falls Camp papers, 1944-1947; Laurel Falls Camp and Lillian Smith collection, circa 1940-1966; Lillian Smith, Laurel Falls Camp papers, 1930-1937; Lillian Eugenia Smith letters to Ashley Montagu, 1956-1966; Lillian Eugenia Smith letters to and from Paula Snelling, 1943-1955.