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librarian

Aileen Carroll was American librarian. Recipient scholarship American Association of University Women, 1991. Volunteer St. Vincent's Orphanage, Chicago, Sacred Heart Home for the Aged, Chicago; Member American Association of University Women (Western Springs, Illinois), League of Women Voters, Republican Club of Oak Park, Art Group of Western Springs.

Background

Carroll, Aileen was born on August 7, 1914 in Mason, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of John P. and Mary (Noonan) Carroll.

Education

Bachelor, De Paul University, 1938. Master of Arts, Northwestern University, 1940. Master of Library Science, Rosary College, 1965.

Career

Teacher, Chicago Public Schools, 1940-1952;systems media director, library organizer, Cook County Public Schools, since 1952.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author public of children's poetry.

Membership

Volunteer St. Vincent's Orphanage, Chicago, Sacred Heart Home for the Aged, Chicago. Member American Association of University Women (Western Springs, Illinois), League of Women Voters, Republican Club of Oak Park, Art Group of Western Springs.

Connections

father:
John P. Carroll

mother:
Mary (Noonan) Carroll