Photo from Gadsden Times
• "Missile Command Employee Cited: The U.S.. Army Missile Command's Dolly Flowers, a management analyst at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., was recently elected state president of the Business and Professional Women's Club, and appointed to the Governor's Commission of the Status of Women, currently conducting a statewide study in various fields looking for inequalities in the work status of women." - Army R&D
• "Board of Directors, Association U. S. Army; President, Alabama BPW, 1964; President, Huntsville BPW; President, Altrusa Club; Board of Directors, Girl Scouts; Outstanding Performance Award, Army; Co-organizer, Broadway Theatre League." - Record
• "The ideal qualifications for bosses was portrayed by Mrs. Dolly Flowers of Huntsville, state president of the Alabama Federation of BPW (Business & Professional Women) Clubs. Characteristics associated with an ideal boss as explained by Mrs. Flowers, a management analyst for the Army Missile Command, were the ability to gain and retain the respect of his employees, must be versatile, willing and able, be consistent, be able to make a decision and to 'lead without dominating.'" - Tuscaloosa News
• Army R&D - Army, Research and Development Newsmagazine, July 1964, page 30.
• Gadsden Times - Article titled "Varied Programs Aided By BPW of Fort Payne." in Gadsden Times, Sept 19, 1964, The article mostly describes the many civic accomplishment of the local organization, but a picture of Mrs. Dolly Flowers and two Fort Payne civil leaders is included.
• Record - A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United States, Volume II by James Record, 1978, page 672.
• Tuscaloosa News - Article titled "BPW Club Program : "Ideal' Boss, Employee Portrayed" in Tuscaloosa News, Feb 17, 1965.