Oral History with Dolly Davis, October 24, 2014 (Ms2015-007)

Title

Oral History with Dolly Davis, October 24, 2014 (Ms2015-007)

Description

Dolly Davis is a former Virginia Tech student, who is a self-employed architect in Roanoke, Virginia. She is also a transgender activist who works closely with VT students and alums. Recently, she became involved in healthcare activism in southwest Virginia through her non-profit organization, Ladies and Gents of the Blue Ridge. Davis is married with two children.

In this oral history, Dolly Davis describes her life as a transgender woman, including her childhood, the process of coming out to herself as well as others, and her activism on behalf of the transgender and LGBT community in Roanoke and at Virginia Tech.

Date

Identifier

Ms2015-007_VTLGBTQ_DavisDolly

Bibliographic Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Virginia Tech LGBTQ Oral History Collection, Ms2015-007, Special Collections, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.

Interviewer

Jordan Laney

Narrator

Dolly Davis

Location

Lane Hall, Virginia Tech

Duration

01:32:28

Citation

“Oral History with Dolly Davis, October 24, 2014 (Ms2015-007),” VT Special Collections and University Archives Online, accessed March 28, 2020, http://digitalsc.lib.vt.edu/Ms2015-007/Ms2015-007_VTLGBTQ_DavisDolly.