The Presidency of Amy Brown Lyman, 1940-1945 : A Turning Point for Mormon Women
Madsen, Carol Cornwall,Silver, Cherry B.
New Scholarship on Latter-day Saint Women in the Twentieth Century : Selections from the Women's History Initiative Seminars 2003-2004
Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Latter-day Saint History
Hall gives a brief overview on the life of Amy Brown Lyman and her call in 1940 as the next Relief Society President of the Church. Hall discusses Lyman's plans aimed at re-energizing the Relief Society and how it marked a turning point in Mormon women's activism.