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#thanksforcataloguing: An Informal List of Women Bibliographers
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Compiled by Kate Ozment. This information was gathered from my own research, requests on social media accounts connected to the Women in Book History Bibliography, and a SHARP-L listserv query. I have begun to verify spelling, dates, and other identifying information, but this process is ongoing; everything here is in draft form. Sincere thanks to those who contributed to this project, whose names are logged as they were listed when we communicated. In some cases, I have copy-pasted from this person's communication and in many cases I edited the language for length, clarity, and accuracy. If you would like to cite this page or the language here, please contact me at kateozment (at) gmail (dot) com to clarify ownership; I can also put you in contact with the original author. The WBHB is doing an ongoing series under #womeninbiblio on Twitter (@grubstreetwomen) that profiles some of the figures on this list; feel free to add to the conversation. Last updated April 11, 2018.
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H.W. Wilson Co. womenThe H.W. Wilson Co. was a sweatshop for bibliography for years. Many women worked there for long periods, without recognition, at what was believed to be low wages. The company wouldn't write letters of recommendation, or so I heard, so career advancement in the field outside the company was hard to manage for people employed there. (They would acknowledge that someone had been employed.) They produced the Art Index., etc.--sharp-lDeidre Stam
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Eliza J. SkinnerWest Virginia University Library Director, 1897–1902; she completed an inventory of the library, classified the books according to the Dewey Decimal System, began a dictionary catalog, abolished a $2 deposit previously charged to borrow a book, instituted open shelves for the book collection, and established regular library hours. She taught a course “Use of Books” and established a faculty Library Committee. In 1902, Miss Skinner resigned to accept a position in the cataloging department of the Library of Congress. She had a 33-year career at the Library of Congress and was one of the developers of LC’s extensive bibliographic control system. Because of her abilities and accomplishments, she was among the first Federal employees exempted by executive order of the President from mandatory retirement. https://lib.wvu.edu/downtown/about/elizas/?-1935sharp-lStewart Plein
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Florence MilneLibrarian at Harvard in the early 20th century; specialized in Lewis Carroll*sharp-lHeather Cole*Need to do more research
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Agnes SchalkFirst woman to illustrate/engrave Gutenberg in 1802*sharp-lEric White*Need to do more research
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M. RoszondaiBookbinding expert, Hungary https://academic.oup.com/library/article-abstract/s6-II/2/250/985365?redirectedFrom=PDF*TwitterMarian Lefferts*Need to do more research
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Kathleen ColeridgeSpecial Collections librarian at Victoria University of Wellington; history of the book in Wellington; compiled the bibliography of the John Milton collection in the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington, New Zealand, published by Oxford in 1980 - regarded as a major work of scholarship and the standard Milton bibliography http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/name-120385.html*sharp-lRowan Gibs*Need to do more research
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Ann Bowden ToddThe great bibliographer and collector, William B. Todd, had a wife named Anne who worked with him, hand in glove, on his bibliographical labors through the years. She is sometimes credited in print; "He undertook this project with his longtime bibliographical partner and wife, Ann Bowden. Together they looked at every significant feature of the Bibles and concluded that the Pforzheimer copy was the one to bring to Austin" http://sites.utexas.edu/ransomcentermagazine/2011/08/31/in-memoriam-william-b-todd-1919-2011/*sharp-lDeidre Stam*Need to do more research
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Berta PlauLibrarian at West Virginia University. Catalogued the extensive Shakespeare Collection donated by Arthur Dayton. The gift included 5 Shakespeare folios, 1st,2nd,3rd,4th, and a variant 2nd folio, as well as a copy of Boydell's Gallery, several of Shakespeare's historical resources, and many other Shakespearian titles. *sharp-lStewart Plein*Need to do more research
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Ada Tyng GriswoldWrote annotated catalogue of newspaper files in the library of the State historical society of Wisconsin (1911); wrote descriptors for entries*sharp-lJames Danky*Need to do more research
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Mary FowlerBibliographer and curator at Cornell; Dante catalogue (1921)*sharp-lPatrick Cates*Need to do more research
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Anne RouzetLibrarian at the Royal Library in Brussels and she compiled a really important work on printers in Low Countries entitled: Dictionnaire des imprimeurs, libraires et éditeurs des 15e en 16e siècles dans les limites géographiques de la Belgique actuelle http://data.bnf.fr/12052793/anne_rouzet/*TwitterNina Lamal*Need to do more research
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Nicole BingenCompiled amongst others: Le maître italien (1510-1660): bibliographie des ouvrages d'enseignement de la langue italienne destinés au public de langue française, suivie d'un répertoire des ouvrages bilingues imprimés dans les pays de langue française http://data.bnf.fr/12076367/nicole_bingen/*TwitterNina Lamal*Need to do more research
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Hester Lynch Piozzi ThraleFirst woman to print Gutenberg in 18011741-1821sharp-lEric White
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Dorothy WordsworthMakes copies of William's work, collates for printing, meets printer, collects proofs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Wordsworth1771-1855EmailMegan Peiser
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Elizabeth LambertBlustocking at St. Andrews who helped create the music registry https://standrewsrarebooks.wordpress.com/2016/08/18/claimed-from-stationers-hall-st-andrews-copyright-music-collection/1789-1839sharp-lKaren McAulay
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Geraldine JewsburyReader and editor, 19th century Britain1812-1880sharp-lSarah Lubelski
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Mary Anne Everett GreenIn this role of "calendars editor", she participated in the mid-19th century initiative to establish a centralised national archive. She was one of the most respected female historians in Victorian Britain, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Anne_Everett_Green1818-1895TwitterRebecca Rideal; Laura De Furio
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Helen Kate Rogers FurnessFirst Shakespeare concordance https://archive.org/details/aconcordancetos00furngoog1837-1883TwitterPaul Salzman
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Marie Pellechetbibliographer and photographer; bio in French on her https://www.amazon.com/Notice-Ouvrages-Marie-Pellechet-French/dp/11675521051840-1900sharp-lRaphaële Mouren
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Caroline HewinsLibrarian and author; published Books for the Young (1882) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caroline_Hewins1846-1926sharp-lBeverly Clark
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Emma H. BlairHistorian and bibliographer; completed first edition of Ada Griswold's catalogue while staff member of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin from 1894 until 1902 https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Article/CS5525 1851-1911BookGoogle books
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Nina E. BrowneA Bibliography of Nathaniel Hawthorne (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1905) http://www.bookcollectinghistory.com/2017/10/the-hunt-for-early-american-women.html1860-1954WebsiteKurt Zimmerman
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Louise Imogen GuineyEditor and champion of Katherine Philips; see work of Andrea Sunun and Kate Lilley https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09699082.2016.11793921861-1920Twitter
EM Women's Writing
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Flora Virginia Milner Livingstonlibrarians at Harvard in the early 20th century; speciality was Kipling http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/~hou019571862-1949sharp-lHeather Cole
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Flora V. LivingstonBibliographer incl. Robert Louis Stevenson; married to Luther Livingston http://www.bookcollectinghistory.com/2017/10/the-hunt-for-early-american-women.html1862-1949WebsiteKurt Zimmerman
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Janet E CourtneyOn the staff of Britannica, and was involved in making the indices for the 11th and 12th eds. She also wrote a number of the biographies of women1865-1954sharp-lTony Woolrich
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Harriet Beardslee PrescottSee work of Jane Siegel. At Columbia, "she worked in the cataloging department, and did almost all the cataloging for the new Avery collection, published in 1895 as the Catalogue of the Avery Architectural Library ... head of the cataloging department, supervising two assistants, eight catalogers, seven copyists, one shelf lister, one proof reader, and one catalogue custodian. The first in her long run of annual reports announced 70,082 new cards, 33,495 old cards added to or altered, and 3,551 guide cards added to the card catalog. Her big innovation for 1901 was replacing the six copyists writing catalog cards by hand with three women operating typewriters. In 1889, when Harriet started working there, the Library contained just under 100,000 volumes; by her retirement in 1939, there were 1,400,000 volumes, and 37 members of Harriet’s staff" https://womeninthestacks.wordpress.com/1866-1958TwitterMichelle Chesner
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Pauline Gertrude Wiggin LeonardLibrarian at West Virginia University. Leonard wrote and published her scholarship on Shakespeare, and other contemporary playwrights of the era. Her writings on Shakespeare included editorship of two Shakespearean plays, The Merchant of Venice, 1902, and Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1929, both published in D.C. Heath’s Golden Key Series. Prior to her arrival at WVU, while she was a student at Radcliffe, Leonard authored An Inquiry into the Authorship of the Middleton-Rowley Plays, 1897, with George Pierce Baker. While at WVU, Leonard was mindful of the scholarship of her colleagues when she compiled and published the Bibliography of West Virginia University, its Faculty and Graduates. 1867-1907. Today, Leonard’s bibliography serves as a useful and important record of the foundational scholarship published by WVU’s earliest faculty members. https://news.lib.wvu.edu/2015/09/16/pauline-gertrude-wiggin-leonard-the-scholar-librarian/1869-?sharp-lStewart Plein
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Mary Lyon McClureSee work of Jane Siegel. At Columbia, she catalogued mathematics and catalogued in Persian and Arabic https://womeninthestacks.wordpress.com/1870-1956TwitterMichelle Chesner
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Edith RickertChaucer Editor at UChicago; https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edith_Rickert1871-1938TwitterDebs Thorpe
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Ruth GrannissLibrarian and bibliographer; worked with Grolier Club http://www.bookcollectinghistory.com/2017/10/the-hunt-for-early-american-women.html1872-1954WebsiteKurt Zimmerman
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Cora Edgerton SandersWorked at UCLA Clark from 1918 until 1943. She contributed much of the bibliographical work to the major catalog of Clark's collection, The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr., printed by John Henry Nash in 19 volumes from 1920-31. Upon Mr. Clark's death in 1934, when the Library passed to UCLA, Cora became Curator. At this point she spearheaded efforts to develop and catalog the collection of ca. 15,000 books related to the long eighteenth-century, Oscar Wilde, and fine press printing1872-1964sharp-lPhilip Palmer
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Julia PetteeBest known for devising the Union Theological Seminary classification system while head cataloger for thirty years at that library, was a pioneer in the field of cataloging codes, classification, and subject theory https://liswiki.org/wiki/Julia_Pettee1872-1967sharp-l
Christopher Walker
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Henrietta C. BartlettShakespeare bibliographer, among other topics http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupname?key=Bartlett%2C%20Henrietta%20C%2E%20%28Henrietta%20Collins%29%2C%201873-1963 http://www.bookcollectinghistory.com/2017/10/the-hunt-for-early-american-women.html Papers at Yale http://drs.library.yale.edu/HLTransformer/HLTransServlet?stylename=yul.ead2002.xhtml.xsl&pid=beinecke:bartlett&query=&clear-stylesheet-cache=yes&hlon=yes&big=&adv=&filter=&hitPageStart=&sortFields=&view=all1873-1963WebsiteKurt Zimmerman
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Olga Dobiash-Rozhdestvenskaya
historian, palaeographer, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR http://www.encspb.ru/object/2804013106?lc=en1874-1939TwitterNCSM
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Lucy Eugenia OsborneFirst Custodian / Librarian of the Chapin Library at Williams College http://www.bookcollectinghistory.com/2017/10/the-hunt-for-early-american-women.html1879-1955WebsiteKurt Zimmerman
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Nita KibbleFirst woman to be employed by the State Library of New South Wales. From Wikipedia: "She held the position of Principal Research Librarian from 1919 until her retirement in 1943. Nita Kibble was a founding member of the Australian Institute of Librarians. The Nita B. Kibble Literary Awards (the Kibble Awards) for Australian women writers are named in her honour." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nita_Kibble and bio http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/kibble-nita-bernice-69471879-1962sharp-lMaggie Patton
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M. E. KronenburgDutch incunabulist; need to translate this in memorium https://www.bmgn-lchr.nl/articles/abstract/10.18352/bmgn-lchr.1655/1881-1970TwitterMarian Lefferts
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Belle da Costa GreeneLibrarian at the Morgan Library http://www.themorgan.org/about/pierpont-morgan-collector/51883-1950sharp-lSal Robinson
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E. Millicent SowerbyCatalogued Thomas Jefferson's library https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._Millicent_Sowerby1883-1977sharp-lPhilip Weimerskirc
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Winifred Gregory GerouldWrote American Newspapers (1936)1885-1955sharp-lJames Danky
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Ida LeesonWorked at the Public Library of New South Wales in various capacities. From her bio: "In December 1932 Ida Leeson was appointed second Mitchell librarian. The trustees had no qualms about her qualifications for the job but, reluctant to appoint a woman to a position in which she would be the obvious successor as principal librarian, they reorganized the library's senior management, reducing the status and salary of the Mitchell librarian. The move was criticized, in vain, by feminists such as Jessie Street." http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/leeson-ida-emily-71571885-1964sharp-lMaggie Patton
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Ruth Anna FisherWorked for Library of Congress as well as with museums and archives overseas; letters with Du Bois online; edited several works1886-?TwitterLaura Helton
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Fannie RatchfordLibrarian, bibliographer, and “formidable controversialist in print" https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fra421887-1974TwitterAaron Pratt
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Lillian H. SmithAuthor of Books for Boys and Girls that influenced creation of children's libraries; Toronto Library named after her; "the first professionally trained children's librarian in the British Empire" https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/about-the-library/library-history/lillian-h-smith.jsp1887-1983sharp-lJill Shefrin
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Margaret B. StillwellLibrarian of the Annmary Brown Memorial; wrote two surveys of incunabula; she was the first honorary woman member of the Grolier Club, elected in January 1977 https://www.brown.edu/Administration/News_Bureau/Databases/Encyclopedia/search.php?serial=S0430 Autobiography Librarians are Human: Memories In and Out of the Rare Book World, 1907-1970 (1973)1887-1984sharp-lEric White
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Marguerite V. DoggettLibrarian and bibliographers; wrote Long Island Printing 1791-1830, which documents the earliest books printed in Brooklyn https://www.bklynlibrary.org/blog/2009/05/14/miss-doggetts-masterpiece1887-1985sharp-lJeffrey Croteau
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Katherine MetcalfEditor of Jane Austen's works https://academic.oup.com/res/article/68/285/583/29993131887–1978ArticleJanine Barchas
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Nora CordingleyLibrarian at the Theodore Roosevelt birthplace in Manhattan, and was the first curator of the Theodore Roosevelt papers at Harvard University, beginning in 1943. She followed in the footsteps of R.W.G. Vail, the first librarian at the Birthplace, who compiled an extensive bibliography of Roosevelt's works. Cordingley continued Vail's works, and published an article on Roosevelt rarities that is still the authority in the field. http://womenoflibraryhistory.tumblr.com/post/171864192652/nora-evelyn-cordingley1888-1951sharp-lHeather Cole
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Vivian G. HarshRare book collector and librarian https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vivian_G._Harsh Chicago Public Library collection named after her https://www.chipublib.org/vivian-g-harsh-research-collection/1890-1960sharp-lChristine Pawley
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Fanny GoldsteinFounder of Jewish Book Week, which led to Jewish Book Month and the founding of the Jewish Book Council. She was the librarian of the West End Branch of the Boston Public Library from 1922 to 1958. She compiled bibliographies of the Judaica collection of the the Boston Public Library that were issued in 1931 and 1934. https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/goldstein-fanny1895-1961sharp-lSilvia Glick
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Phyllis Mader JonesLibrarian and archivist; specialized in history of the book and bibliography; helped establish archival profession http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/jones-phyllis-mander-127051896-1984sharp-lMaggie Patton
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Charlemae Hill RollinWorked at Chicago Public Library; known for work in children's literature and African American literature https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlemae_Hill_Rollins1897-1979sharp-lChristine Pawley
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Constance WinchellReference librarian at Columbia University for many years. Her Guide to Reference Books went through many editions, and library science (or library service, as it was at Columbia) students lugged that text to just about every class they took. It was a superb guide. Winchell assumed the mantle of the also-iconic Isadore Gilbert Mudge, who was, I believe, Winchell's mentor--and was a woman despite her name. https://www.nytimes.com/1983/05/25/obituaries/constance-winchell-of-columbia-library.html1897-1983sharp-l
Mary Ann O'Donnell
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Marie-Noëlle MalclèsBibliographer, librarian, archivist in France and Germany https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise-No%C3%ABlle_Malcl%C3%A8s1899-1977sharp-lRaphaële Mouren
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Marie TremaineThe "doyenne of Canadian bibliographers" BSC has an award for her http://www.bsc-sbc.ca/en/fellowship-awards/1902-1984sharp-lMary Lu McDonald
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Jean ArnotWorked at State Library of New South Wales; activist; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Arnot1903-1995sharp-lMaggie Patton
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Dorothy B. PorterHoward University, look at the work of Laura Helton. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_B._Porter1905-1995TwitterMolly Hardy
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Betty RadicePenguin editor and translator https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betty_Radice1912-1985TwitterBex Lyons
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Eunice FrostPenguin editor https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/7926458/A-touch-of-Frost-the-story-of-Penguins-secret-editor.html1916-1998TwitterBex Lyons
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F. Blanche FosterLibrarian, teacher, and author https://littleknownblacklibrarianfacts.blogspot.com/2018/03/f-blanche-foster-1918-1988-librarian.html?m=01918-1988websiteMichele T. Fenton
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Tanya SchmollerPA to a Penguin founder; definite invisible labor here; collected decorated paper https://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/tanya-schmoller-penguin-books-devotee-who-was-pa-to-its-co-founder-allen-lane-and-later-a-historian-a6871026.html1918-2016TwitterAmara Thornton
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Henriette AvramDeveloped MARC at the Library of Congress https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henriette_Avram1919-2006sharp-lPatrick Cates
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Francess G. HalpennyWorked at the University of Toronto Press and is best known as general editor of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography from 1969 to 1988. But from 1972 to 1978, she was Dean of the Faculty of Library Science (now the Faculty of Information or iSchool) at the University of Toronto. She brought her expertise as a scholar editor to the role and published countless scholarly articles on the profession of librarianship and bibliography1919-2017sharp-lRuth Panofsky
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Dharathula "Dolly" MillenderLibrarian, author, historian https://littleknownblacklibrarianfacts.blogspot.com/2016/04/dharathula-millender-librarian-author.html?m=01920-2015websiteMichele T. Fenton
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Mary 'Paul' PollardDepartment of Older (now Early) Printed Books in Trinity College Dublin, 1968–83 http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.201108031003349741922-2005TwitterJacqui Granger
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Avis G. ClarkeAmerican Antiquarian Society cataloguer http://www.americanantiquarian.org/General/briefhistory.htm1927-1970 at AASOnlineMolly Hardy
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Catherine Allen LatimerLatimer was the "first black professional librarian" employed by the library. Hired as reference librarian of the Schomburg Center for Reserach in Black Culture; created the "Clipping File" http://archives.nypl.org/scm/20769 There are several other women mentioned here as well. Follow up! 1930-1946 in this positionTwitterLaura Helton
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Katharine F. PantzerWorked on the STC; longtime BSA member; Bibliographical Society awards in her name https://blogs.harvard.edu/houghton/2015/02/09/pantzer/1930-2005sharp-lDennis C. Landis; Deidre Stam
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Ruth MortimerPioneered the description of illustrated books in her catalogs of the 16th century illustrated books in French and Italian at the Houghton; librarian for ~20 years at Smith College https://www.nytimes.com/1994/02/02/obituaries/ruth-mortimer-62-rare-books-curator-and-smith-librarian.html1932-1994sharp-lErin Schreiner
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Mirjam M. FootDirector of collections and preservation at the British Library (1990-99) http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.201108030958272911941-TwitterJacqui Granger
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Melanie BarberLibrarian, Lambeth Palace https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/23257962.2013.8504101943-2012TwitterJessamy Carlson
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Dr. Carla D. HaydenFirst African American Librarian of Congress https://littleknownblacklibrarianfacts.blogspot.com/2016/09/dr-carla-d-hayden-first-african.html?m=0 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Hayden1952-websiteMichele T. Fenton
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Pauline MatarassoTranslator, author, historian20th centuryTwitterBex Lyons
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Esther SidwellCopy Editor, Penguin20th centuryTwitterBex Lyons
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Evelyn SimpsonEditor, John Donne https://archive.org/details/studyoftheprosew001406mbp20th centuryTwitterDanielle Clark
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Eiluned ReesCompiler of the Libri Walliae, bibliography of Wales from 1500-1900 as well as other reference textscannot locateTwitter
Dr. Bethan M. Jenkins
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Margaret Lane FordHead of rare books and manuscripts at Christie's and creator of EBOB (Early Book Owners in Britain) see https://ebob.cerl.org/cgi-bin/search.pl 1958-still activeemailJohn Lancaster
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Marianne VelmansPublishing Director, Doubleday, Penguinstill activeTwitterBex Lyons
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Lotte HellingaDeputy Keeper and Acting Director, British Library in late 1980s; emiritus professor British Academystill activeTwitterMarian Lefferts
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Elly Cockx-IndestegeBookbinding expert, Flandersstill activeTwitterMarian Lefferts
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Jan FreemanExecutive Director, Paris Press (1995-)still activesharp-lMaureen E. Mulvihill
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Barbara ChenMLA bibliographer; background at H.W. Wilsonstill activesharp-lpersonal
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Linde M. BrocatoWorks on Juan de Mena and Ramón Howe, among otheres; https://memphis.academia.edu/LindeMBrocatostill activesharp-lpersonal
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Janet Ing FreemanFormer Scheide Librarian at Princeton, author of Johann Gutenberg and his Bible (the best short introduction, though now superseded by Eric White's monumental study), co-author with her husband Arthur Freeman of John Payne Collier: scholarship and forgery in the nineteenth century, and author of several other shorter works.still activeemailJohn Lancaster
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Katharine Kyes LeabPublisher and editor of American Book Prices Current (https://www.searchabpc.coP) She has also long been active in identifying, publicizing, and tracking down book thefts and thieves (https://soundcloud.com/rarebookschool/leab-katharine-kyes-down-the-rabbit-hole-with-bambam-27-july-1983) Linked-In https://www.linkedin.com/in/katharineleabstill activeemailJohn Lancaster
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Cristina DondiMastermind of the 15cBOOKTRADE project (http://15cbooktrade.ox.ac.uk ), and especially its component Material Evidence in Incunabula (MEI: https://www.cerl.org/resources/mei/main ); author of a monumental study of Italian Books of Hours, Printed Books of Hours from fifteenth-century Italy: the texts, the books, and the survival of a long-lasting genre. See https://www.history.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-cristina-dondi and https://amblondra.esteri.it/ambasciata_londra/en/ambasciata/ufficio-stampa/news/2017/12/conferimento-onorificenza-cavaliere.html still activeemailJohn Lancaster
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Karen Limper-HerzLead Curator, Incunabula and Sixteenth Century Printed Books at the British Library; significant contributions have been made in catalogues, especially ESTC and ISTC (the latter of which she is now in charge of). https://www.bl.uk/people/experts/karen-limper-herzstill activeemailJohn Lancaster
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Secondary Sources (Repositories, Scholarship, Reference Guides, etc.)
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TitleAuthorYearPressFrom where?Source
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The American Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012: A Bicentennial HistoryPhilip F. Gura2012sharp-lCarolina Sloat
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Oral Histories of Writing and PublishingBritish Library https://www.bl.uk/collection-guides/oral-histories-of-writing-and-publishing--Twitter
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International Dictionary of Library Histories Vol. 1David H. Stam, Editor2001Fitzroy Dearborn
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Doctorates for American Women, 1868–1907 in History of Education QuarterlyMargaret Rossiter (look up more of her work)1982sharp-lCheryl Knott
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Women of Library HistoryFeminist Task Force of the American Library Association http://womenoflibraryhistory.tumblr.com/--Onlinesharp-lLorna Peterson
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