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Louise Aldrich Nixon

Louise Aldrich Nixon, American librarian. Member American Library Association, American Association State Librarians, American Federation Art, Missouri Valley Adult Education, Nebraska Art Association, Nebraska Library. Association, Mountain Plains Library. Association, Adult Education Association United States, League of Women Voters, Mortar Board, University Club.

Background

  • Nixon, Louise Aldrich was born on July 27, 1897 in Paradise, Kansas, United States. Daughter of John William and Eva (Aldrich) Nixon.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Kansas, 1919. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1924. Master of Arts, University Denver School Librarianship, 1951.

    Career

    • Teacher, Mankato, Minnesota, 1919-1922. Teaching fellow department history University Minnesota, 1922-1924. Assistant director Nebraska Legislation Reference Bureau, 1931-1939.

      Library Nebraska Legislation Council, 1939-1949. Executive secretary Nebraska Public Library. Commission, Lincoln, from 1950.

    Works

    • Compiler: Nebraska Blue Book, 1932-1948.

    Membership

    Member American Library Association, American Association State Librarians, American Federation Art, Missouri Valley Adult Education, Nebraska Art Association, Nebraska Library. Association, Mountain Plains Library. Association, Adult Education Association United States, League of Women Voters, Mortar Board, University Club.

    Connections

    • father: John William Nixon
    • mother: Eva (Aldrich) Nixon
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    Born July 27, 1897
    Nationality
    • 1919
      University Kansas
    • 1924
      University Minnesota
    • 1951
      University Denver School Librarianship
    • 1919 - 1922
      Teacher
      Mankato, Minnesota, United States
    • 1922 - 1924
      teaching fellow, department history University Minnesota
    • 1931 - 1939
      assistant, director Nebraska Legislation Reference Bureau
    • 1939 - 1949
      library Nebraska Legislation Council