• Tillie Olsen

    Tillie Olsen

    Tillie Lerner Olsen (January 14, 1912 – January 1, 2007) was an American writer associated with the political turmoil of the 1930s and the first generation of American feminists.

  • Tillie Olsen: A Heart in Action

    Tillie Olsen: A Heart in Action is a 2007 documentary film directed and produced by Ann Hershey on the life and literary influence of Tillie Olsen, the U.S. writer best known for the books Tell Me a Riddle (1961) and Yonnondio: From the Thirties (1974). The film includes extensive interviews with Olsen and with prominent fans of her work, including writers Alice Walker and Florence Howe and feminist political leader Gloria Steinem.

  • Tillie

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  • Tillie the All-Time Teller

    Tillie the All-Time Teller

    Tillie the All-Time Teller was one of the first ATMs, run by the First National Bank of Atlanta and considered to be one of the most successful ATMs in the banking industry. Tillie the All-Time Teller had a picture of a smiling blonde girl on the front of the machine to suggest it was user-friendly, had an apparent personality, and could greet people by name. Many banks hired women dressed as this person to show their customers how to use Tillie the All-Time Teller.

  • Killian Tillie

    Killian Tillie

    Killian Tillie is a basketball player from Paris who plays as a small forward for the Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball team.

  • Pete 'n' Tillie

    Pete 'n' Tillie

    Pete 'n' Tillie is a 1972 American comedy-drama film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett. Its advertising tagline was: "Honeymoon's over. It's time to get married."

  • Tillie Klimek

    Ottilie "Tillie" Klimek (or Tillie Gburek) (1876 – November 20, 1936) was a Polish American serial killer, active in Chicago. According to accounts, she pretended to have precognitive dreams, accurately predicting the dates of death of her victims, when in reality she was merely scheduling their deaths. While contemporary accounts tell of her cheerfully telling her husbands (and neighbors) that they were going to die, there is no record of her claiming to be a "psychic."

  • Tillie Lewis

    Tillie Ehrlich-Weisberg Lewis (born Myrtle Ehrlich; July 13, 1896 - April 30, 1977), was the first female Captain of Industry in America. She introduced the Italian pomodoro tomato to the Stockton, California area and established tomato and multiple agricultural products canning in both the San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties. Her company became the fifth largest canning business in the United States by 1950. She changed hiring practices during the 1930s Great Depression by inviting people of all races, gender, and faith into her workforce. Tillie brought the first diet and diet products approved by the American Medical Association into grocery stores and high-end hotel menus, the Tasti-Diet.

  • Tillie K. Fowler

    Tillie K. Fowler

    Tillie Kidd Fowler (December 23, 1942 – March 2, 2005) was an American politician who served in the United States House of Representatives from 1993 to 2001.

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