Meribah A. Mansfield
Under her leadership, the library experienced significant growth, going from one to three facilities, earned a national reputation for excellence and more than tripled its use.
Bernice E. Cudd Daniels
Had the foresight to realize computers were not a fad but destined to be a major part of library and information service in the future.
Head Librarian, 1943-1967
Was the "featured librarian" in the October 30, 1948 edition of Publisher's Weekly.
Mary Elizabeth Kirns
Head Librarian, 1941-1943
Dorothy Grove Foutts
Head Librarian, 1938-1941
Originally hired as the library's first full-time trained cataloger, became the first head librarian with professional training.
Rose O. Little
Helen T. Parsons
"Let us remember that she has done us a good service in putting the library in good order, and studied to properly enter, catalogue, and classify the books. This required much more time than she received pay for, and it puts the library in shape so that we can be proud of it."
B. C. McCullough
Hired to "take charge of the library four afternoons each week for two dollars per week."
Chosen to "Keep & take Care of the Library Belonging to this Company."
reviewed July 2015