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Anne Carroll Moore, American librarian. Recipient Constance Lindsay Skinner achievement medal for merit in realm of books, 1940. Member American Library Association, English Speaking Union, New York State library association.

Background

Moore, Anne Carroll was born in 1871 in Limerick, Maine, United States. Daughter of Luther Sanborn and Sarah Hidden (Barker) Moore.

Education

Graduate Limerick Academy, 1889, Bradford (Mass. Graduate Pratt Institute School Library Science, 1896, diploma of honor, 1932.

Career

Head children’s department, Pratt Institute Free Library, 1896-1906. Editor: Knickerbocker’s History of New York, 1928.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Nicholas, a Manhattan Christmas Story, 1924. The Three Owls, 1925. Three Owls Second Book, 1928.Editor: Knickerbocker’s History of New York, 1928. The Bold Dragoon and Other Ghostly Tales, 1930. The Three Owls, Third Book, 1931.Nicholas and The Golden Goose, 1932. Seven Stories High, 1932. The Choice of a Hobby, 1934.My Roads to Childhood, 1939. A Century of Kate Greenaway, 1946. Writing and Criticism, 1951.A Book for Margery Bianco, 1951 Critic of children’s books.

Membership

Member American Library Association, English Speaking Union, New York State library association. Clubs: New York Library, Bradford Academy of New York.

Connections

father:
Luther Sanborn Moore

mother:
Sarah Hidden (Barker) Moore